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The Nature's Healing Oracle is a set of 30 cards designed to use the power of plants for physical and spiritual wellbeing. The cards are in four categories - Essential Elements; Herbs and Flowers; Grains, Legumes and Vegetables; and Fruits.
Nature's Whispers Oracle has stunningly detailed nature-inspired fantasy art. The 50 cards are designed to deepen your connection with Mother Earth and offer peace, guidance and healing. The set includes a 72-page guidebook.
The Nature Wisdom Oracle has 48 cards for meditation, advice or guidance. Each card has an illustration of an animal, plant or insect from the natural world, with a keyword at the base of the card.
The Nature-Speak Oracle has 60 cards with photographs of the natural world. The deck is divided into four suits: Landscape Oracles, Flower Oracles, Tree Oracles and Seasons & Climate Oracles. From Ted Andrews, who also created the Animal Wise Tarot.
The NatureSpeaks Tarot is a non-traditional deck depicting scenes and images from Nature, such as a Rainbow for hope, River for travel and Fog for confusion. The artwork is brightly painted, simple and the meaning is clear.
The Navigators of the Mystic Sea Tarot deck is based on the Golden Dawn foundation of the Hermetic Qabbalah, with the Tree of Life on the back of the cards. The artwork is really quite bizarre, but interesting. Previously out of print, it has now been reprinted by the artist.
The Necronomicon Tarot is the completion of author Donald Tyson's trilogy that draw on the mythology created by H.P. Lovecraft, the occult writer. It's a dark deck (as you might expect) with 78 cards fully illustrated with computer-generated art. Also comes with a companion book.
An ancient Egyptian Tarot themed deck with a difference - Nefertari's Tarot has a background of goil foil to the themed illustrations on the cards. This deck is stunning, and the actual cards look even better than the digital images.
A very trippy tarot deck, the characters on the cards of the Neuzeit Tarot (New Age Tarot) have odd faces and some of the cards are just strange. The card titles are printed in English, French and German.
A Rider-Waite style Tarot, these reworked cards are artistically unusual and coloured with rich, strong hues. The artwork of the New Century Tarot is very striking, particularly in the the major arcana.