The Modern Witch Tarot has 78 youthful, contemporary cards with illustrations of all kinds of women, femmes, and the gender fluid.
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The Journey Cards feature multicultural goddesses and as yet unknown female saints that were imagined by the artist. This divination deck of 55 cards has intricate pen-and-ink drawings, and is designed for 'guidance, epiphanies, and revelations'. The set is self-published and also comes with a 132-page guidebook.
The Journey into Egypt Tarot features 78 dynamic, highly realistic images from the talented artist, Julie Cuccia-Watts. It blends the Ancient Egyptian calendar, her astrological system, and tarot with skill, and is one of the few decks to showcase the diversity of the Ancient Egyptian population.
The Journey of Love is an oracle set with 70 stunning cards painted by visionary artist, Rassouli. The art is flowing and feminine, and is designed to connect you with love, both in your relationship with yourself and with others.
The Journey Oracle has 46 simple 'life path' cards with attractive images of strong, decisive women representing everyday issues. The illustrations have some inspiration from classic paintings and a modern twist.
Journey to the Goddess Realm Oracle
The Journey to the Goddess Realm Oracle has 39 cards dedicated to goddesses and female deities from around the world. This feminine deck of joyful and detailed cards has a modern feel and is designed to help with everyday decisions and daily guidance.
The Joy and Sorrow Oracle Deck was created by Roxi Sim, to help those dealing with the pain of trauma and loss. The 33-card deck is illustrated in similarly vivid and colourful art to her Pearls of Wisdom Tarot, and comes in poker and jumbo sizes.
By the creator of the Wheel of Change Tarot, Alexandra Genetti, each card in the Jumbledance Tarot deck is a collage of images cut from magazines. This is a handmade deck, and is very well put together.
The Jungian Tarot is a visual expression of Jungian philosophies. The majors and court cards are detailed and full of clear symbolism, while the minors are more akin to pip cards. All cards are without titling or numbering.