Divine Animal Tarot by Lisa Hunt
This deck dates from September 2005 , published by Llewellyn and features watercolour images of animals as just about every card. Inspiration is from Aztec, Incan, Indian, Japanese, African, Native American, Greek, Roman, and others. So we have Sparrows on the two of swords, swans for the lovers. A rabbit for the 10 of pentacles. Gods and Goddesses are used for some of the court cards and major cards. I know that some people like animal based Tarot cards but I am not sure I so.
From the Publisher – Winner of a 2006 Coalition of Visionary Resources (COVR) Award Ever present in art and mythology, animals have made an indelible impression on our psyche. The Animals Divine Tarot can help us reconnect with the natural world and tune into animal energies for a more intuitive, insightful outlook on life. Gorgeous and graceful, Lisa Hunt’s watercolor imagery showcases sacred creatures and deities from a myriad of cultures: Aztec, Incan, Indian, Japanese, African, Native American, Greek, Roman, and others. Bast, the cat-headed goddess of Egypt, proudly fulfills the High Priestess role while the adventurous coyote treads a rocky path as The Fool. Inspiring imagination and contemplation, this soulful tarot deck invites us to recognize our inner creatures and merge with our animal energies. Click here to view the artwork of the Animals Divine Tarot.