Over 200,000 copies in print!
Combines image and word to create a true celebration of the Divine Feminine. The bestselling and highly praised Goddess Tarot deck uses goddess stories and imagery to update traditional tarot symbolism. Addressing women’s contemporary needs as well as their mythic past, The Goddess Tarot is designed, illustrated, and written by award-winning author and artist Kris Waldherr.
Published by U.S. Game Systems, The Goddess Tarot is a complete tarot card deck with major and minor arcanas. 78 full color cards measures 3 1/2 x 4 3/4 inches. Comes with accompanying instruction booklet.
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praise and reviews
“Possibly the most beautiful tarot deck ever to be created is The Goddess Tarot. It is exquisitely designed by Kris Waldherr and wisely published by U.S. Games Systems, Inc…. The Goddess Tarot is composed of two parts. The Major Arcana or the greater mysteries, is a set of twenty-two archetypal images representing the spiritual challenges and opportunities of life. Waldherr has selected goddesses from world over to portray these universal situations. The results are enchanting, as you can see from these Major Arcana images. Each and every card reminds us that women can rise to any occasion with power and grace.
“The other fifty-six cards of The Goddess Tarot fall into the category of The Minor Arcana or the lessor mysteries. These numbered and court resemble regular playing cards and hold special meanings for everyday life. Waldherr’s illustrations for each of the four suites are based upon the life of one glorious goddess, Venus, Freyja, Isis, and Lakshmi…. I’ve been using The Goddess Tarot for over a month, and these new cards have added a nice flavor to my readings. Obviously they are supportive concerning women’s issues, but they also answer the questions that men have in relating to New Age women. I really appreciate the fact that although this oracle is considered as feminist in nature, it is not angry or strident in any way. It simply encourages females to be the strong, intelligent, sensual, and sensitive beings we were meant to be.”
—Barbara Fianco, About.com