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Erotica Tarot (6/6)
Erotica Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 282px
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Swedish-published, this is an erotic Tarot deck with some depth to it. The Erotica Tarot cards are black and white, and concentrate on the erotic aspects of Tarot, as well as Tantra and sex magick.
William Blake Tarot Triumphs (2/4)
William Blake Tarot Triumphs
Dimensions: 189px * 287px
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The William Blake Tarot Triumphs deck is the black, white, and brown coloured precursor to the William Blake Tarot of the Creative Imagination. The majors-only deck was published in a limited edition of 250 copies in 1991.
Power Animal Tarot (3/6)
Power Animal Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 322px
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The Power Animal Tarot has simplistic cards without tarot symbolism, just close-up photographs of different animals that have had a graphics software filter applied to the images. At the top of each card, the title appears in four languages.
Prediction Tarot (6/6)
Prediction Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 351px
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Published in the mid-eighties, this watercolour tarot is very low key. The art of the Prediction Tarot features pale blues, grey blues, grey greens and old gold inner borders. The minor arcana are pip cards.
Angel Insight Pack (2/6)
Angel Insight Pack
Dimensions: 184px * 333px
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The Angel Insight Pack is an oracle deck with angel imagery designed to give inspiration, wisdom and guidance. The 52 cards have silver highlights and show individual angels (not named) with a keyword at the base of the card.
Fairy Tale Tarot (8/9)
Fairy Tale Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 309px
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The Fairy Tale Tarot is from Lisa Hunt, the artist of the Shapeshifter Tarot, Animals Divine Tarot, and many more. Her latest deck links fairy tales from around the world with tarot, in her usual stunning artwork.
Sideshow Tarot (4/7)
Sideshow Tarot
Dimensions: 184px * 317px
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The Sideshow Tarot is themed around a old time travelling sideshow. It's a dark circus of freaks, bearded ladies, mentalists, and carnies, in a full 78-card deck. It's been self-published by the author as a quality set in a wooden box.
Tibetan Gemstone Oracle (5/6)
Tibetan Gemstone Oracle
Dimensions: 185px * 352px
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These large oracle cards combine Buddhist symbolism and gemstone photographs. There are five suits of eight cards in the Tibetan Gemstone Oracle, each standing for aspects of earth, air, fire, water and etheric, plus five "skandha" cards.
Magickal Tarot (6/6)
Magickal Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 268px
(scaled to 170px * 246px)
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The Magickal Tarot has very stylised and symbolic artwork, packed with images of occult significance. The deck is similar to the Aleister Crowley Thoth Tarot in structure.
Erotica Tarot (4/6)
Erotica Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 282px
(scaled to 170px * 259px)
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Swedish-published, this is an erotic Tarot deck with some depth to it. The Erotica Tarot cards are black and white, and concentrate on the erotic aspects of Tarot, as well as Tantra and sex magick.
Manga Tarot (7/8)
Manga Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 423px
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The Manga Tarot is from Taiwanese artist Selena Lin who specialises in shojo, a romantic style of comic especially for teenage girls. Her 78 cards are pretty and filled with cute, big-eyed characters. Packaged as a set in a hinged, rigid cardboard box with a 64-page book.
Sentiero dei Tarocchi (5/6)
Sentiero dei Tarocchi
Dimensions: 185px * 339px
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The two creators of il Sentiero dei Tarocchi worked together on the deck, and appeared in these 22 sunny Tarot scenes. For reasons unexplained, the two friends are dressed in identical blue uniforms in each Tarot card.
Mystic Pug Tarot (5/7)
Mystic Pug Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 335px
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The Mystic Pug Tarot is an amusing deck designed to promote Topkote paper products. It's not really a Tarot deck, more of a humourous corporate oracle. It has 14 colour-illustrated major cards (with titles like The Ego, Bob, The Deadline, and The Boss) plus sixteen black and white minor cards in four suits: Pugs, Ferrets, Carp and Gerbils.
Deviant Moon Tarot (2/9)
Deviant Moon Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 351px
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The Deviant Moon Tarot has surreal, very unique, and sometimes disturbing moonlit artwork. It's inspired by (and incorporates) images of cemetaries and mental asylums, and designed to illuminate deeper parts of the subsconscious. The talented illustrator is also a tarot student, and the deck is the result of three years of artistic work.
Connolly Tarot (2/9)
Connolly Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 316px
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The Connolly Tarot is a set of 78 rather beautiful vibrant and vivid cards. They have kinder, gentler tarot imagery with a Christian influence. The author has also toned down two 'scary' cards in the deck: Death is now Transition and the Devil is Materialism.
New Woman Tarot (3/6)
New Woman Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 323px
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The New Woman Tarot was published with a British issue of New Woman magazine in 2000. It has 22 cards with young, trendy women in modern situations and fashion - on the Internet, working out, at clubs, and even with piercings.
Ancient Magick Divination Cards (3/4)
Ancient Magick Divination Cards
Dimensions: 185px * 327px
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The Ancient Magick Divination Cards is a deck of 28 cards with some links to tarot. The black-printed cards are illustrated in Londa Marks' distinctive style, and are wonderfully antiqued in both look and feel.
Tarot of the New Moon (3/4)
Tarot of the New Moon
Dimensions: 672px * 606px
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From original art created in pencil, ink and tempera from 1981 to 1983 by Italian artist Maria Teresa Monti, (1957-1991). A limited edition of 88 copies curated by Giordano Berti and presented in a gorgeous Rinascimento package from the three hundred total decks printed by the Museo dei Tarocchi, Riola, Italy in 2008. The original paintings are well represented by the large almost 3 1/2" x 6" cards. A reworking of the Marseilles iconography, but with more dynamic characters on the trumps and court cards that practically jump out of the black background in a stylistic mix of Art Nouveau and Naive Art. Originally created in collaboration with Giordano Berti to be used in a book he had planned to publish in the 1980's. Pips are numerical suit symbols in the Italian configuration of Swords, Batons, Coins, and Cups, but also ornamented with vines of ivy that integrate the French suit symbols of Spades, Clubs, Diamonds, and Hearts. Complete 78 cards with informational leaflet; a numbered title card with the limited edition deck, and an inset card with the number of the hand-made, limited edition package. Numbers will vary with unopened decks. The hand-made Rinascimento box is a beautiful 2-part telescoping configuration showing the Empress on the cover inset with a gold metallic frame.
Vampire Tarot (2/4)
Vampire Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 324px
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It almost seems like Tim Burton helped with the Vampire Tarot. Full of elegant vampires, bloodied fangs, full moons and desolate landscapes, it's refined and only slightly macabre.
Otherworld Tarot (9/9)
Otherworld Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 271px
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The Otherworld Tarot has been brought to life by fairy artist, Sarah Nowell. The major arcana cards are simplified, but bright and attractive. The minors diverge from the Rider-Waite scenes, relying more on the suit emblems and one or two objects to convey the tarot meaning.
Rock and Roll Oracle (8/9)
Rock and Roll Oracle
Dimensions: 185px * 234px
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The Rock and Roll Oracle takes its inspiration from 44 of the most influential songs from the early classic rock era of the late 1960s, to around 1974. The cards have abstract images that are designed to be gateways into self-discovery. The 44-card set is complete but yet to be published.