This deck of 45 cards purports to reveal the secret wisdom of the universe, but the "secrets" turn out to be the usual stuff. Destiny, centering, creativity, balance, courage-- these truths have been around for a very long time. The pictures are beautiful, but there is a certain sameness and repetition to them. Floating globes, the planet Earth, sky where the ground should be, bursts of light, waterfalls, a lot of trees, flowers, rocks and birds: it's as though the artist was working with a small pile of artistic concepts which he combined in random and different ways for each picture.
Each illustration has an explanation on the back, but I don't think it would make much difference which words went with which picture. The Zen Garden with Floating Earth, the Buddha with Orchid and Flying Eagle, Stonehenge in Space, the Boat and Heron with Floating Globes: these could be combined with Magic, Truth, Essence, Virtue, Innocence, or any one of the 45 descriptions.
The wisdom of the cards is the standard New Age stuff. "Know that the powers of the universe are within you." "Your being is like a spirit lodge." "We are all in need of world harmony." "Awaken the power of your will, and find your joy and your laughter."
I was disappointed in this deck.