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The Mayan Oracle: Return Path to the Stars is a set of 40 cards inspired by the teachings and symbolism of the Mayan civilisation. The cards are very spiritual and New Age in concept and encourage the evolution of a higher consciousness through their use in meditation.
The Mayan Tarot is inspired by the pre-Columbian, Central American culture of the Mayas. The colourful majors have the familiar cartoonish look of Mayan art, while the minors show a small rock etching-like illustration and large suit symbols.
Created by a scholar of Pre-Columbian people, this tarot focuses on the Mayan and Olmec peoples. The minors of the Mayan-Olmec Tarot show the costumes and daily life, the majors show leadership roles and sacred religious practices.
The Medici Tarot features the famous Medici family of fifteenth century Florence, through works by Renaissance artists who worked with them. These 22 cards are beautifully printed to fine art quality with vivid colour and detail.
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.
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.
The Medieval Cat Tarot is an elegant deck of aristocratic felines in Renaissance dress and style. The 78 cards have traditional roots but have been updated and simplified in symbolism, making it suitable for beginners and the more experienced reader.
The Medieval Chihuahua Tarot is a deck for the miniature canine fan. It features photographs of chihuahuas (mostly belonging to friends of the artist) collaged into a medieval tarot setting. All proceeds from the deck go to animal shelters.
Based on Medieval/Renaissance symbolism and Pythagorean numerology, the Nigel Jackson Tarot looks polished and authentic. Bear in mind it associates Swords with Fire and Wands with Air, but it's a deck worth adding to any tarot collection. Reprinted by Llewellyn in 2004 as the Medieval Enchantment: Nigel Jackson Tarot.
The cards of the Medieval Scapini Tarot, by Luigi Scapini, are in the European Tarot style. It's a wonderful deck with a very authentic Middle Ages feel and look to the card artwork.