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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 Oracle of the Mermaids is a very feminine deck from Lucy Cavendish, that draws on mermaid myths and legends. It has 45 cards with soft, fluid fantasy images of mermaids, each accompanied by a keyword and short divinatory phrase.
The Oracle of the Radiant Sun is another deck from husband-and-wife team Caroline Smith and John Astrop, who also created the Runic Tarot, Elemental Tarot and Moon Oracle. The 84 cards are based on solar astrology, and are divided into seven suits with old-fashioned and often surreal illustrations.
The Oracle of the Shapeshifters has 45 cards of mystic and magickal familiars. By the creative team of Lucy Cavendish and Jasmine Becket-Griffith, who also did the Oracle of Shadows and Light, it has a similar cast of large-eyed characters on the cards.
The Oracle of Visions is an eclectic selection of original imagery by Ciro Marchetti, the creator of the Gilded Tarot, Tarot of Dreams and Legacy of the Divine Tarot. The images are designed to provide flexible imagery that represent various human emotions, circumstances and behaviour. Previously self-published, it's now out in a mass-market edition from US Games.
The Oracle Tarot is a colourful deck intended to present Tarot in a positive and upbeat manner. The deck has only 64 cards: there are no court cards.
Oracle X is a new concept: an intentionally expandable and customisable oracle deck without a specific theme. Each base deck has a unique combination of 36 cards, and can be used as is or with more than 100 further cards.
The Orange Luna Tarot is the second deck from Nil Orange and Alejandro C. Luna, who created the Visual Zodiac. This skilfully-coloured 78-card tarot takes inspiration from the Tarot de Marseille in the major arcana and court cards, while the suit cards has new illustrations.
The Orbifold Tarot expresses tarot symbolism through the geometry of circles, using a combination of numbers and the four elements to create simple and complex shapes that represent each card.
The Orchid Healing Cards is a deck of 132 cards corresponding to vibrational healing essences created from 83 different orchids. The front of the cards has an original photograph of the orchid, while the back describes its healing energies. Designed for use by therapists, the deck can also be used as an oracle, for meditation, or for energy healing.