We are delighted to offer the latest limited edition Black on Black Peace Cohado Oracle Cards, including the Cohado Oracle, The Way of the Bones book. This just released deck of the 28 glyphs of Cohado, presented in a beautifully printed, full color deck, with an embossed Black on Black face is bundled with the book, written by the originator, that powerfully describes the underlying system of Cohado, the meaning of each of the 7 symbols, and how the system can be used in everyday life to support maximizing assets and minimizing waste. This new set is offered with an optional silver tin case to keep your deck in good shape for years to come.
We have arrived at an unprecedented moment in human history in which it is for the first time possible to actually bring this vision into being, within our families, our communities, our places of work and worship, our regions, our nations and across the continents. Cohado is an isiZulu word meaning the long sustainable view - it is the broken pieces coming together. Cohado is the plan and the architecture to enact UBUNTU, the Zulu understanding that we are responsible for each other's wellbeing. We understand that we are all connected – we are ONE.
We can utilize our resources, our connections, our energy, our voices and our power to usher in this age of relationship, understanding and connectedness. Of course, we cannot do this alone. We need support, we need community, we need each other. We also need flexible and powerful tools to aid in this global relief effort. Cohado is offered for this purpose. Experience this gentle power tool…
If Chess & Go are The Battles of The Bands, then Cohado is a Jazz/Orchestra/Cypher Synthesis. Most games of strategy are built on the societal notions of competition. This is built on the communal roots of collaboration, & that’s just the tip of the iceberg…
— Sho’dekeh, Master Beat Boxer
I’m very empowered by all Cohado has to offer, in terms of social enjoyment and inclusion, but on a much deeper level, human interaction and what can happen when everyone collaborates together for benefit of the whole. It is something everyone can connect with and it’s a mechanism that can be applied to any facet of life while also being a form of entertainment and joy! I’m really excited to watch how Cohado grows! Thank you so much for bringing this idea into creation! It will change the world to be a better place for all!
— Stephanie Bliss, Soul Coach
It’s simple, fluid and feels alive! I feel like I want to be a part of the movement after visiting the site. It will inspire others!
— David Bardash, Mental Health Professional/Game Enthusiast