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The World Goddess Oracle (formerly the Goddess Oracle Deck) is an unpublished oracle deck featuring Goddesses from around the world with art by Thalia Took (that would be me). Originally I started with Kali and ended with Freyja; I've recently revisited the artwork, redoing some and adding others for a more balanced deck (and I don't imagine I'm done yet). Recent additions include Yhi, an Australian Sun Goddess said to have created all the plants, animals, and humans, Xochiquetzal, the Aztec Goddess of flowers, the arts, and lovemaking, and Vanth, the Etruscan soul-guide or psychopomp Whose presence indicates a death is immanent.

Prints of the Goddesses are available here, through deviantArt.

Links to each individual Goddess page are on the left, where you'll find pertinent information about each Goddess; on the right menu are links to each Goddess's tale or story, which I've been writing as part of the book to go with the deck, when it is eventually published. I hadn't intended to include tales as part of it, but the Muse (or the Goddesses) did insist.

Vanth, Etruscan Underworld Goddess and Soul Guide
Yhi, Australian Creatrix and Mother of All Life
Chalchiuhtlicue, Aztec Goddess of the Waters
Xochiquetzal, the Aztec Goddess of Flowers and the Arts
Great Mother Gaea, the middle player in this version of Hollywood Squares™
Nekhbet, Egyptian Vulture Goddess
Yemaya, African and Caribbean Sea Goddess
Sri Lakshmi, Hindu Goddess of Love, Beauty, and Prosperity
Amaterasu, the Japanese Sun Goddess

Some of the art for the World Goddess Oracle, including some new artwork. Top row: Vanth, the soul-guide of the Etruscans; Yhi, an Australian Sun Goddess; and new artwork for Chalchiuhtlicue, the Aztec Goddess of the waters. Second row: Xochiquetzal, the Aztec Goddess of flowers; Gaea, Mother Earth of the Greeks; and Nekhbet, vulture and mother Goddess of Egypt. Bottom row: Yemaya, the Yoruban sea Goddess; Sri Lakshmi, the Hindu Goddess of prosperity; and Amaterasu, the Japanese (Shinto) Goddess of the Sun.

Tales

Aida-Wedo
Amaterasu
Aphrodite
Ariadne
Arianrhod
Athene
Blodeuwedd
Bride
Cerridwen
Ch'ang O
Coyolxauhqui
Freyja
Ishtar
Kali
Kirke
Kore
Laverna
Lilith
Medusa
Pomona
Rhiannon
Sibyl