The Courts have been renamed to match the Goddess theme of the deck. So, we find Amazons (Pages), Sirens (Knights), Witches (Queens), and Hags (Kings). They are interesting titles, which work well to my mind. Baubo as the Siren of Earth is this the Knight of Pentacles. It’s an odd image, a pair of legs with a head at groin level and a bustier perched like a hat atop that and a full moon directly above that. However, having looked her up, there are old figurines that show her just like that. There are two female figures to either side, her other aspects, perhaps. And it has a rather watery feel for an earth card, though thinking with your crotch is fairly earthy, I guess.
The LWB says: “Greek Bawdy Goddess. This is life in the body: raw, ridiculous, sublime.” Googling Baubo, she is known for having tried to console Demeter when Persephone went missing, by quoting lascivious poetry, feeding her barley water, and bringing her son to her. These were all practical approaches to take, which fit well with this archetype. However, Graves specifically connects her to the crone aspect of the Goddess, which draws into question the ‘Siren’ designation. Perhaps that is just connected to the lascivious poetry 😉
The Ace of Air is Nemesis, a Goddess of retribution for hubris: hard truths and decisive action. She points in front of her with her right hand, and holds a sword in her left. The LWB says: Greek “Goddess of Judgement. The first step in discernment: perceive what exists.”
To represent the Minors I drew the Three of Earth: the Norns. These Scandinavian Fates weave the web of life under the world tree, with a dragon under its roots. They certainly work together well as a team! As the LWB puts it: “Norse Goddesses of Destiny. Small stitches weave the world. Do your part.”
Altogether, this deck does require a degree of knowledge around different Goddesses. The LWB sometimes falls short in this regard: I had to google Baubo to really make sense of the Siren of Earth. On the other hand, a deck that encourages you to explore further, and which is consistent and well-thought out enough to make sense with extra knowledge drawn from other sources, is no bad thing. While this won’t be a deck for everyone, it is an intelligent and deep deck.