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The Gaia Oracle features the artwork of Toni Carmine Salerno on its 45 cards. The deck is inspired by Gaia, the Earth goddess, and offers healing and guidance through its art and affirmations.
The Gaian Tarot is an earth-honoring deck. It was created for pagans and others who honor Gaia, the earth, as a living being and who practice an earth-centered spirituality. Previously available as a majors-only set while the minors were completed, the full collector's edition of this beautiful deck is available from the artist. It's also published by Llewellyn in a mass-market edition.
The Gareth Knight Tarot is an esoteric deck published in 1984 and now out of print, with symbology that draws on a mix of traditions. The art is flatly coloured and harsh, with non-scenic minor arcana.
The Gay Tarot focuses on the experience and identity of homosexual men. While men are featured as all the major figures, women are not excluded. The 78 images are fully illustrated, with people are of all ethnicities, shapes and sizes and in modern, contemporary settings.
The Gendron Tarot has 78 cards of 'visionary surrealism' with spiritual, colourful, slightly New Age art. The artwork quality is uneven: the major arcana are stunning and detailed designs, but the minors are more obviously photo-composites and several have an oddly pink cast.
The Genege des Tarotas is an Italian deck of 22 cards, published in a limited edition of 160 copies in 1995. It has extremely detailed and intricate pen drawings in black on white.
The Geometric Tarot is an original, unpublished deck by a French artist. The three primary geometric figures prominent in this deck - the square, circle and triangle - are symbolistic of the body, spirit and soul. Dark painted artwork has been used on the cards.
The Get Some Therapy Cards are a simple, hilarious and painfully honest - even brutal - set of 70 oracular advice cards. In the words of the creator, find out 'what your therapist is really thinking!'.
The Ghost Tarot is an ethereal and unearthly 78 card deck illustrated by Davide Corsi. It's set in a moonlit landscape of haunted castles, ghosts and barely visible spectres, and takes an unusual, romantic and creative approach to the standard tarot scenes.
The Ghosts and Spirits Tarot features ethereal and supernatural beings from legend and lore. The 79-card deck is from Lisa Hunt and is illustrated in her very recognisable style, as seen in the Fantastical Creatures and Animals Divine decks.