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The Goddess Oracle from Thalia Took is a simple deck of eighty-one cards, each depicting a different feminine deities from all over the world. The artistic style is strong and distinct, not cutesy, and beautifully coloured. Still in progress.
One of my favourites, the Goddess Tarot deck incorporates Goddess images and lore from many cultures into a very beautiful and well-made Tarot deck of 78 cards.
The Goddesses and Sirens Oracle celebrates the Feminine Divine, with 38 cards of goddesses and women of mythology, and a companion book of spells and invocations and the history behind each Goddess. It's the complementary deck to the Gods and Titans Oracle.
The GoddessGuides Intuition Cards are the creation of artist, Glen Ladegaard, who specialises in the female nude. One side of the cards features one of Glen's Sacred Feminine Goddesses and on the other, her own inspirational meditations. Available in English as well as Spanish.
The Gods and Titans Oracle is one of the relatively few male-oriented tarot or oracle decks around. The 36 cards feature powerful gods and deities from the ages - Osiris, Thor, Ganesha and many more.
The Golden Age of Hollywood Tarot is based on scenes and personalities from movies of the 1920s to the 1960s. The deck has 82 cards (there's an extra 'Veto' card in each suit), and many cards have been renamed to suit the theme. It's an accessible, practical and colourful deck, grounded in familiar popular culture. Now self-published via The Game Crafter.
The Golden Botticelli Tarot was created by the talented Atanassov in the style of the Italian Renaissance artist, Botticelli, who is most famous for the Birth of Venus. The 78 cards are fully illustrated and have small gold elements in the patterns and backgrounds.
The Golden Dawn Enochian Skrying Tarot is an innovative, non-traditional Tarot of 89 cards that contains two decks in one - the Enochian Watchtower Tarot and the Western Tattvas Tarot. The cards are intended for skrying, divination, and magickal work.
The Golden Dawn Magical Tarot uses symbology and colours as adhered to by the Order of the Golden Dawn. The major arcana show abstract and very vibrant scenes, but the minors are overly repetitive. Little changes between the cards of a suit but the number of cups or pentacles.
The Order of the Golden Dawn was an active occult society in Europe around ninety years ago which attracted some brilliant people. Their tarot deck was illustrated by Wang under instruction from Regardie, and is a work of esoteric importance rather than aesthetic interest.