Tarot cards and oracle decks about the physical or spiritual quest for the holy Grail.
The Avalon Tarot is an Arthurian-themed tarot, but set in a fantasy-medieval world. The artwork is strongly coloured and reminiscent of comic books.
The Grail Tarot: A Templar Vision brings together the search for the Holy Grail, the Knights Templar, and Tarot in 78 cards of Renaissance-style art. John Matthews and Giovanni Caselli have created the book and 78-card deck respectively.
As the title suggests, the Legend: Arthurian Tarot is based on the myth of the Dark Age King Arthur, and his fabled court at Camelot. Each card has misty artwork surrounded by a grey border, and corresponds to a character from the legend.
The Magdalene Legacy Tarot is a 78-card deck celebrating the lost Goddess of Christianity: Miriamne e Magdala - beloved wife, leader of a spiritual movement, mother of a dynasty and inspiration for timeless legend. It is based on theories of Tarotís heretical gnostic and mystical beginnings in medieval Mediterranean Europe.
The Oracle of the Grail Code: The Restoration of the Feminine is a divination system based on the previously hidden Feminine side of the legends of the Holy Grail. The deck has 33 beautiful cards with image of old paintings, that correspond to 33 qualities and principles of the Divine feminine. Intended for for creativity, insight and transformation.
The Tarot of the Holy Grail is inspired by the legends of the Grail, the Knights Templar, and the Crusades. It's a very masculine deck of war and religion, and women appear infrequently.
The Witches Picture Book is a 79-card deck of Traditional Witchcraft, and draws on symbolism from the Mabimogi, Merlin and Graal mythologies. It's intended to present the Tarot as an artistic map to a moving magical system. The deck is complete but as yet unpublished.