I loved this tarot, its just that i have reservations. On the one hand in my own spiritual life I take images and make them my own and I have pretty extensive knowledge about myths so I can sort through the bad and good. From my experience I've learned you must be careful though that some Goddess imagery and promotion is selling predatory images as being divine and don't tell the very negative aspects of the images they portray. Predators are never divine - they are the opposite of being divine.
Egyptian mythology, Greco-Roman, and others all have negative images - resurrecting cruel practices is real - not a story like on TV, real people have been hurt sometimes so badly you wouldn't be able to endure it were you to see it. Never buy this stuff as excitement. However, with care and knowledge myths can teach emotional and moral truths. You must know about the language of symbols and have a background in mythological study to sort through some of it though. Many religious myths are dangerous and mind control cruelty traps. In the wake of Jonestown and other horrors of the past which we must learn from I'm always careful about myth as selling cruelty.Groups of very evil people are using religious imagery as propaganda and political tools - sometimes to take away the freedom and love you're seeking in Goddess religions. Read my other reviews!
On the other hand you can learn from myths if you're in the know. I loved this deck because there are images from Goddesses around the world. I love the African Oya card, there's a Maat (Egyptian) Athena (Greco/Roman) Lakshmi (Hindu) and others, with animals and other symbols that are quite enjoyable and meaningful. The booklet that came with my book is small and limited, if I didn't know about the Goddesses already, I would've been a little lost. Perhaps the deluxe version comes with a better book. The irony is, that many of the books are not actually in the know about the real practices and the negative aspects of cards etc... For instance, Maat is part of a pantheon that has predatory practices etc... will add to this review in future, for now don't have time. For now, I will say that I enjoyed the brightness and light to the cards, some of them were a bit to Barbie for my taste, but they somehow worked for me in representing the different G's. The Oya card was my fave.