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The Grail Tarot: A Templar Vision brings together the search for the Holy Grail, the Knights Templar, and Tarot in 78 cards of Renaissance-style art. John Matthews and Giovanni Caselli have created the book and 78-card deck respectively.
A wholly Spanish deck in design and origin, El Gran Tarot Esoterico has somewhat crude scenes on white backgrounds. The card titles are also in Spanish.
The Grand Etteilla is an old French revised version of the tarot. The cards each have two keywords in English and French and a large white border around the somewhat primitive illustrations.
The Granny Jones Australian Tarot deck is popular but unfortunately out of print and difficult to find. The cards are non-traditional and cartoony, but sweet and warm.
The Gratitude Tarot invites you to discover the beauty in (sm)all things. The 79 photographic cards are aligned with the four elements of gratitude: Thankfulness, Awareness, Community and Kindness, plus the journey to gratitude. Published in a limited edition of 100 decks.
The Graven Images Oracle is a 'system of prediction' deck of 71 cards, depicting cemetery imagery and interesting photographs of gravestones and monuments. The images in the cards have not been altered or enhanced, but reflect the symbols and statuary as they appear in their natural condition, and are used for prediction and meditation based on their own symbolic merit. Now available.
The Gravenchase Lenormand is has 51 cards inspired by medieval woodcuts and engravings, illuminated manuscripts and the Age of Exploration. It's from the very talented Lynyrd-Jim Narciso, and combines 39 Lenormand cards and a 12 card Zodiac Oracle.
The Green Witch Tarot is a beautiful 78-card deck based on nature-based Paganism. It has thoughtful, warm-hearted and borderless cards that have been re-interpreted around green witchcraft, but are still easily readable. The cards come with a detailed 240-page companion guidebook.
The Green World Oracle is a 33 card set focused around trees and plants, and the legends, folklore, nature spirits and deities linked with them. Each card features a scene illustrating the energy of the tree.
The Greenwood Tarot deck uses pre-Celtic British religious symbols, such as images of animals, landmarks and Gods such as the Green Man, for divination purposes. This deck is long of out of print but is still popular among collectors.