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The Sacred Art Tarot is a 78 card deck that is in progress and seeking a publisher, with art comprised of fairly simple paintings. Not to be confused with the completed Sacred Art Tarot published by US Games.
The Sacred Art Tarot takes religious and classical artwork and iconography, and cut-and-pastes extra tarot symbolism to link it with the traditional Rider-Waite imagery. Each of the 78 illustrations is surrounded with a gilt frame border.
The Sacred Awakening Card Deck (part of the Lemurian Temple series) is designed to 'bring forth consciousness, abundance, harmony and truth and be a vessel for the divine sciences of the unseen'. It's a set of 67 cards, now self-published by the artist.
Based on the Celtic Pagan perspective, the Sacred Circle Tarot uses photographs of sacred sites, as well as traditional plant and animal associations from Ancient Britain. The artwork is a mixture of hand drawings, photography, and computer generated images which doesn't always blend well, but overall the deck is quite charming.
The Sacred Geometry Cards for the Visionary Path is a sequel and complement to Francene's Hart Sacred Geometry Oracle. The cards are in a similar ornate and beautiful - but more polished - style than the original.
The Sacred Geometry Healing Cards are a 45-card oracle, synergising sacred geometry, animals, crystals, plants, numerology, sound frequencies and vibrations. It's designed to take you to the next level of personal healing and awakening.
The Sacred Geometry Oracle from John Michael Greer contains 33 cards, each featuring universal patterns and diagrams from traditional sacred geometry and an upright and reversed keyword meaning.
The Sacred Geometry Oracle by Francene Hart has 64 cards with a mix of stunning intuitive geometric drawings, and more prosaic pen-and-ink outlines of shapes and forms.
The Sacred Geometry Tarot is a 78-card deck with 22 majors linked with geometry, and 56 minors linked with astrological elements. The art shows sacred universal patterns at the basis of physical design.
The Sacred India Tarot brings tarot together with Indian mythology and spirituality. The major arcana depict Indian deities, while the minor suits depict scenes from Indian epics and legends. A deep and beautiful deck for meditation, the serious Indian scholar, or the yoga practitioner.