The spiritual teachings of the Native American Sioux tribe are the focus of the 50 Lakota Sweat Lodge Cards, which are suited more for self-discovery than divination. The deck was inspired by the sacred Inipi, an ancient Lakota sweat lodge ceremony, used for healing and purification.
The Light and Shadow Tarot is a black and white deck symbolising contrast and balance, and inspired by a number of spiritual traditions, including Native American, African, East Indian and Medieval European.
The Minchiate Tarot is a re-illustration of the 16th century tarot-like deck, the Ancient Minchiate. Brian Williams has given a more modern style to the medieval scenes in its 97 cards (there are extras for astrological signs, virtues and the elements).
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 Tarot of the Four Elements is new from the creator of the Inner Child Cards and artist Amy Ericksen. These cards are very warm and vibrantly coloured, and use tribal, primal and natural images in their designs.
The Triple Goddess Tarot is a decorated and feminine semi-Tarot deck. It has 26 major arcana cards and 7 chakra cards.
The Wheel of Change Tarot has beautifully painted, imaginative and colourful artwork on its 78 cards. It has multi-cultural, multi-ethnic, and modern imagery with an emphasis on nature and the natural world. It uses the Thoth tradition as a jumping-off point for the majors, though the minors are a more original system.