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Native American Tarot Decks

Native American Tarot cards and oracle decks, inspired by or based on their spirituality, teachings, legends and myths of the indigenous North Americans.



Medicine Cards   

Discover power through the ways of animals, using traditional Native American animal associations. The Medicine Cards feature a nice cameo of the particular animal, but are a little on the plain side.





Medicine Woman Tarot   

The artist draws on the energies of Mother Earth in the Native American fashion, using pastel, positive looking artwork to create a feeling of harmony, reverance, and wonder in the Medicine Woman Tarot.





Native American Tarot   

The Native American Tarot depicts folklore, religion and way of life of several different tribes. Some images show historically authentic traditions from a wide range of tribes, but others are unique to the author. The new suits used are blades, vessels, pipes and shields.





Native American Tarot   

This Italian-published Native American Tarot is inspired by their shamanism, spirituality, and connection with the natural world. The card art is muted, dusty and attractive -- by the same artist who created the Vikings Tarot.





Sacred Path Cards   

The Sacred Path Cards is an oracle deck based on Native American spirituality. Each high-contrast card presents a painting on a tanned hide of varying hue, set upon a black background. Cards are titled and also have an explanatory keyword.





Santa Fe Tarot   

The Santa Fe Tarot uses true Native American symbolism, as would have been used by the natives themselves, rather than romanticised images. The artist studied Navajo sand paintings, mythology and symbolism to create a very different deck.





Shaman Wisdom Cards   

An oracle deck inspired by Native American Shamanism, the Shaman Wisdom deck has 65 cards divided into trees, moons, stones, plants, animals and directions.





Spirit of the Wheel Meditation Deck   

The Spirit of the Wheel Meditation Deck combines a study of the Native American medicine wheel with softly coloured, visionary artwork. It has 40 cards illustrated with animal scenes (and some people) along with keywords, and is designed for meditation, affirmations and self-growth.





Spirit of Truth Native American Reading Cards   

The Spirit of Truth Native American Reading Cards are 68 cards depicting scenes, folklore, people and symbols from a Native American way of life. The illustrations were created in pastel and coloured pencil.





Star That Never Walks Around   

The Star That Never Walks Around is a non-traditional but readable round Tarot deck of 78 cards, with imagery shaped by Native American myths and legends.





Tarot of the Southwest Sacred Tribes   

The Tarot of the Southwest Sacred Tribes is based on the culture of Native Americans from the country's dry south west. The boldly coloured cards use the standard Rider-Waite Tarot titling and Major Arcana sequence with tribal images. In the minor arcana, the Swords uses motifs of the Apache, Wands the Pueblo, Cups the art of the Rio Grande Pueblo, and coins the Navajo nations.





Vision Quest Tarot   

Romanticised Native American theme decks are fairly common, but this one has particularly beautiful artwork that is deep, soft and gorgeously coloured. It is Thoth- based rather than being rather based on the Rider-Waite.





White Eagle Medicine Wheel   

The White Eagle Medicine Wheel is for those who wish to follow Native American wisdom as a way of life. It is based on tradition mythology and uses plain photography of native artefacts on the cards.





Wolf Song Cards   

The Wolf Song Cards have a Native American theme and features 60 attractive paintings of animals from Northern America in their natural settings. Available as cards-only or as a book set.









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