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Osho Transformation Tarot (3/6)
Osho Transformation Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 310px
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The Osho Transformation Tarot features parables and legends from Zen, Buddhism, Christian, Tantra and other religions. It has 60 cards and is not really a Tarot deck; it has no major arcana or suits.
Vibrational Medicine Cards (1/2)
Vibrational Medicine Cards
Dimensions: 347px * 250px
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The cards in the Vibrational Medicine Cards deck have dual meanings - there are 64 cards but the deck displays 128 different human situations, with colourful and intricate art.
Healing Earth Tarot - Second edition (3/8)
Healing Earth Tarot - Second edition
Dimensions: 250px * 309px
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The Healing Earth Tarot is a diverse, multi-cultural and uplifting tarot with two extra full suits. This second edition is self-published by the artist, Jyoti McKie, and has different borders, two extra majors, and an expanded companion book.
King Solomon Cards (4/6)
King Solomon Cards
Dimensions: 185px * 287px
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The King Solomon Cards are reading cards that relate directly to ancient Jewish symbols, containing King Solomon seals and the "72 names of God". The 36 cards have illustrated scenes overlaid with Hebrew letters and metaphysical symbols.
Haindl Rune Oracle (4/4)
Haindl Rune Oracle
Dimensions: 183px * 249px
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Similar style art to Haindl's Tarot deck, but this one utilises the runic system. The Haindl Rune Oracle cards would be a good introduction to the interpretation of runes, using Haindl's dark, attractive artwork.
Initiatory Tarot of the Golden Dawn (3/8)
Initiatory Tarot of the Golden Dawn
Dimensions: 185px * 351px
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The Initiatory Tarot of the Golden Dawn has been created from documents from the occult group. The deck artist was without any knowledge of their previous decks, so the result is comic-book style illustrations with familiar elements in new interpretations.
Ellis deck (8/10)
Ellis deck
Dimensions: 250px * 432px
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The Ellis deck has 78 cards composed of digitally-collaged shapes with a colourful sense of emotion and mystery. The art is uniform across the deck, and focuses more on clear interpretation than dense symbolism. The deck has been self-published by the artist.
Kingdom Highway Tarot (4/8)
Kingdom Highway Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 275px
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The Kingdom Highway Tarot was conceived as a book rather than a bundled collection of picturesque meanings. It is inspired by the Rider-Waite, the Marseilles, and other classic Tarots, and has 78 large-size cards.
Taro Artemis (5/6)
Taro Artemis
Dimensions: 185px * 345px
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The Taro Artemis is a Russian-designed majors only collage Tarot, with images based on erotic characters.
Psycards (4/11)
Psycards
Dimensions: 190px * 340px
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The PsyCards are a set of 40 cards inspired by Card Jung's works, with attractive medieval-style art. It has some correspondences with the major arcana of the tarot, but also has extra cards for simple readings. The cards are divided into groupings: Direction, Fundamentals, Symbols, Archetypes, Characters, and Happenings.
22 Pittori in 22 Arcani Trump (3/5)
22 Pittori in 22 Arcani Trump
Dimensions: 440px * 441px
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The 22 Pittori in 22 Arcani Trump tarot deck (22 Arcana by 22 Artists) is a collaborative effort by 22 different Italian artists, each painting a different card. Many cards retain their archetypal symbology, while others veer off into entirely new territory. The idea for this deck was orchestrated by Osvaldo Menegazzi, the owner of Edizione il Meneghello, who published the deck in 1989 as a limited edition of 2,000 hand-numbered copies.

Artistic styles range from fantasy to surreal, realistic to comic on these over-sized cards; there is no theme or thread tying them all together. While most are full color, a couple of cards are rendered in black & white or gray scale. All cards have a traditional Italian title at the card bottom, and a small artist name below the right bottom corner of the illustration. About 1/3 of the cards in this deck show female nudity, but the Devil is also very nude, and quite detailed.

Some of the artists who contributed to this deck have created other tarots, and their style is apparent here - examples are L'Apesso (the Hanged Man), painted by Domenico Balbi, and the Le Stelle (The Star) painted by Giorgio Tavaglione. The Il Matto (the Fool), painted by Giovanni Scarsato, wears a shirt bearing the name of the publishing company, Il Meneghello. Osvaldo Menegazzi illustrated Il Sole (the Sun) card.

The remaining artists are; Piero Alligo, Davide Noti, Romano Conversano, Gino Mazzotta, Sandro Bellenghi, Galeazzo Van Mörl, Giorgio Dall'Aglio, Luca Enoch, Paolo Giorno, Coca Frigerio, Alessandra Titti Cusatelli, Pina Andronico Tosonotti, Giuliano Spagnul, Marisa Bello, Marcella Brancaforte, Gianni Meloniski, Gianni Maiotti and Elio R. Silvestri. All artists names are embossed on gold on the front cover of the leather bookcase-style wrap, and listed in the companion booklet, along with their artistic mediums, date & place of birth. 1 hand-numbered title card is included. Card finish is high gloss on card faces, with un-coated tan card backs.

The 15 page Italian booklet also has 1-3 paragraphs of information pertaining to the card itself, which may include divinatory meanings, but there are no layouts.

Psychology-Magic Professional Tarot (9/9)
Psychology-Magic Professional Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 294px
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The Psihology-Magic Professional (PMP) Tarot is an unpublished Russian deck with a total of 68 cards. There are three types of 22 major arcana cards (associated with magical influence, the psyche, and practical experience) and two cards representing male and female energies.
Inner Realms Tarot (8/9)
Inner Realms Tarot
Dimensions: 156px * 233px
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The Inner Realms Tarot has 78 compelling cards with vividly illuminated shapes and images on darker backgrounds. Intended for meditation and intuitive readings.
Tibetan Gemstone Oracle (4/6)
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.
Esteban Lopez Tarot (1/5)
Esteban Lopez Tarot
Dimensions: 208px * 284px
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The Esteban Lopez Tarot was never officially published in deck form, but appeared as illustrations in a German Tarot book called Tarot und Liebe in 1989. The black and white 'cards' are very explicit and not at all serious.
Book of Kaos Tarot (6/6)
Book of Kaos Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 272px
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The Book of Kaos Tarot is a compelling self-published 80-card deck. The imagery uses pagan and tribal imagery and its pen-and-ink art varies from simple to complex across the cards.
Marielisa Leboroni Tarot (1/6)
Marielisa Leboroni Tarot
Dimensions: 195px * 376px
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The Marielisa Leboroni Tarot has woodblock print illustrations of its own style in dark ink on light paper. This is the 78 card black and white edition of the Italian deck that was previously printed as 22 cards in colour.
Gummy Bear Tarot (6/6)
Gummy Bear Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 327px
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The Gummy Bear Tarot has cards in Rider-Waite style, featuring those chewy lollies, Gummibears. The deck was originally published in German as the Gummibear Tarot, but the English version has been released in 2005 by US Games.
Javanese Folktales Tarot (5/6)
Javanese Folktales Tarot
Dimensions: 220px * 384px
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The Javanese Folktales Tarot draws its inspiration from the legends and stories of the cultural melting-pot of Java, an island in Indonesia. The 22 cards show elegant, masked figures and stylised scenery. Now published in a limited edition by Adam McLean.
Management Tarot (5/6)
Management Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 269px
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The Management Tarot is a German deck targeted at business managers and leaders facing the challenges of the workplace. The majors and are fully illustrated but the minors are much simpler.
Osho-Zen (6/6)
Osho-Zen
Dimensions: 218px * 320px
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Based on the transcendental game of Zen, the Osho Zen Tarot is a non-traditional deck of 79 cards. There are many changes that suit the Zen theme, including one extra major arcana card for Osho, and four suits of fire, clouds, water, and rainbows. Most of the cards are inspiring and stunningly beautiful, while others tend towards being cartoon-y.