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The Healing Tarot is a beautiful Tarot deck has photographic artwork that was made without any digital manipulation, and created as a celebration of the Divine. Gorgeous artwork, it's very well done.
The Healing Tarot: 78 Ways to Wellness is a joint project from Juno Lucina (The Kingdom Within Tarot) and Monica Knighton (the Tarot of the Dead). Each black and white card is loosely based on the Rider-Waite and whimsically portrays a health and wellness message.
44 cards of differently-styled angel pictures with multi-coloured borders. Each card in the Healing with the Angels Oracle stands for a trait or activity, such as Listening, Forgiveness, or Spiritual Growth. A gentle and positive oracle deck.
By Doreen Virtue, author of several oracle decks, the Healing with the Faeries Oracle is a non-tarot deck has pretty pictures of fairies and a single word or phrase to sum up on each card.
The Heart of Faerie Oracle is a 68-card deck of the fae from Brian and Wendy Froud. Brian is the creator of the Faerie Oracle and the famous Pressed Fairy Book, and Wendy created dolls in The Dark Crystal.
The Heart of Stars Tarot is a modern deck of 78 cards, illustrated with famous movie characters and scenes. Each image was carefully chosen to fit the essence of each card, and create a more familiar link with the traditional Rider-Waite symbolism. The deck is self-published and available from the artist.
The Heart of Stars Tarot has 78 cards featuring movie stars and movie scenes, created to make a more immediate connection with tarot through the use of familiar pop culture icons. The third edition includes two new icons: Wonder Woman as the Nine of Pentacles and Les Miserables as the Five of Pentacles. Self-published and available from the artist.
The Heart Tarot "celebrates a vital, unimaginably potent force in our lives: love. Whether inspired by romance, family, friendship, or God, this powerful emotion is at the heart of humanity." It's only the second heart-shaped deck published.
The Hekate Tarot began as a devotional project to honour the goddess Hekate by two of her priestesses and devotees. Their complete deck has 66 cards with mixed media illustrations, and includes 26 majors and 40 suit cards, but omits the court cards.
The Herbal Tarot is another Rider-Waite style deck, except it pictures a different herb that corresponds with each card, such as garlic for the Tower, and a lotus in the Ace of Cups. Some herbal knowledge (or the companion book) would be necessary to read with this deck.