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The Garden Path: An Antipodean Tarot is a personal and intuitive Tarot with images of the natural world. The cards feature Australian scenery, birds and animals, as well people close to the creator. Now available in a limited edition handmade set of 22 cards.
Another set of rune cards, The Golden Rune was published in an edition of 3000 copies in the year 2000. Though Russian-published, the plainly illustrated cards have the name of the rune written in English at the top.
The Good Tarot has 78 cards with luminous, delicate, fairy tale artwork. The deck focuses on the present and positive outcomes, rather than divination or fortune telling, and each card has an affirmation rather than a meaning. It's an intuitive oracle in tarot format, aimed at expressing the highest good of all.
The Gorgon's Tarot is a black and white, round deck of mostly female imagery, loosely based on the Rider-Waite (with some variations and digressions). It's a 79 card deck, with an extra major arcana card titled The Blind Gorgon.
The Gospel of Aradia is an oracle of 34 cards based around the teachings of Aradia, a revered Italian Witch. The deck has a basis in Stregoneria but is inclusive to modern Pagans, Wiccans and Witches.
The Healing Drum Kit is a multi-media product designed for participatory experience in drumming for wellness. It has 24 cards for oracular and meditative use, plus a 10" drum, guidebook, and two play-along CDs. An unusual but effective aid in the spiritual journey.
The High Deck offers a new take on symbolism and psychology in its 38 cards, with 32 characters divided into red and black houses and 8 individual person cards.
The Illuminated Tarot 'folds' the traditional 78 cards of a tarot deck into just 53 cards, by combining certain combinations of major and minor arcana cards together into one. The deck is constructed upon playing cards, and also includes a Joker card.
The Illuminati Tarot: Keys of the Secret Societies is a 78-card set exploring five historically clandestine fraternities and the universal thread that weaves itself through all of them: the Tarot. The major arcana feature the Priory of Sion, while the suits are linked with Rosicrucians (Cups), Martinists (Pentacles), The Golden Dawn (Wands) and Freemasons (Swords).
The Inner Visions deck has 48 paintings, based on the visions of artist Jean Thornton. The meditational and divinatory cards are designed to be an esoteric tool that acts as a key to the subconscious and inner being. Packaged in a set with a 92-page book.