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The Nahualli Animal Oracle is a serious oracle deck honouring animal energies, and their links with Aztec religion and civilisation. The artwork on the 39 cards is in primitive style.
The Nameless Tarot (aka The World Was My Oyster) is a photo-collage deck created from the artist's worldwide travels. It has 83 cards: the standard 78 plus extra versions of five of the cards. The images range from quirky to serious to humorous, but all have a very solid tarot foundation.
Tarot scenes in style of the Marseilles deck are rendered in blocky washed watercolour artwork in the Napo Tarot. Unusually, the scene, the border and the title on each card all are in a similar style and go well together. A nice art deck.
The National Geographic Tarot was published in China, presumably to accompany National Geographic magazine. It has photographic images with recognisable Tarot symbolism, created by pretty models holding props and posed in elaborate costumes.
The Native American Tarot depicts folklore, religion and way of life of several different tribes. Some images show historically authentic traditions from a wide range of tribes, but others are unique to the author. The new suits used are blades, vessels, pipes and shields.
This Italian-published Native American Tarot is inspired by their shamanism, spirituality, and connection with the natural world. The card art is muted, dusty and attractive -- by the same artist who created the Vikings Tarot.
The Native Spirit Oracle has 44 serene cards with images from a broad range of Native American myths and symbols. The deck was created by Denise Linn, a member of the Cherokee Nation.
The Nature Spirit Tarot interprets tarot symbolism through the living and vibrant world of nature. The 78 cards are illustrated with plants, birds, insects, and reptiles from diverse environments. The deck is self-published in a large 4x7 inch format along with a 188-page companion book, and available from the artist.
The Nature Tarot is a modern, cross-cultural deck with collaged imagery from nature and human civilisations. The 78-card deck has been self-published in two Dutch editions, and in one English edition.
Nature's Cycles visualises the connection between female cycles and the cycles of nature. The 12 cards include four cards for the four phases of the menstrual cycle, plus four each for the seasons and the phases of the moon. The deck can be used tarot-style, and also as bookmarks.