The Goddess Tarot
by artist/author Kris Waldherr
is a celebration of the Divine Feminine. Drawing inspiration from the many goddesses honored through history, this deck uses myths to revise traditional tarot symbolism;
it acknowledges women's contemporary issues and their mythic past.
Each Major Arcana card is a goddess. The names of the cards are often changed to more accurately reflect their meaning.
For instance the Fool is instead called "Beginnings".
Behind each unique border is a scene that depicts a way of life to the Goddess.
A goddess is associated with each suit: Venus with Cups, Freyja with Staves, Isis with Swords and Lakshmi with Pentacles.
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The Hanged Man is replaced with Sacrifice and the image of Kwan Yin, the Bodhisattva of Compassion.
The Heirophant is replaced with Juno, who carries the meaning of Tradition.
The Love card is represented by the Roman Goddess Venus. The golden haired courtesan is lounging on a couch, pink roses cling to her hair as she stares at you with desire flaming in her eyes.