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Mona Lisa Tarot (6/9)
Mona Lisa Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 345px
(scaled to 155px * 290px)
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The Mona Lisa Tarot is an innovative deck that is inspired by the imagery of the painting of the same name, the Renaissancee era, and the life and imagination of Leonardo da Vinci. The card scenes often take the tarot in a new and different direction.
Book of Shadows Tarot (9/9)
Book of Shadows Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 336px
(scaled to 160px * 290px)
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The Book of Shadows Tarot is the first volume in a two volume deck set conceptualised by tarot expert, Barbara Moore. This is the 'as above' deck, focusing on universal and divine energies, while the second will be 'so below' and concentrate on everyday human experiences.
Gothic Tarot of Vampires (4/6)
Gothic Tarot of Vampires
Dimensions: 185px * 346px
(scaled to 155px * 290px)
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A tarot of the depths - not only the superficial aspects - of the Vampire mythos. Sensual, violent, spiritual, and somber, the Gothic Tarot of Vampires is dark and contemporary and, yes, sometimes bloody.
Navigators of the Mystic Sea Tarot (2/2)
Navigators of the Mystic Sea Tarot
Dimensions: 478px * 250px
(scaled to 170px * 88px)
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The Navigators of the Mystic Sea Tarot deck is based on the Golden Dawn foundation of the Hermetic Qabbalah, with the Tree of Life on the back of the cards. The artwork is really quite bizarre, but interesting.
Tarot du Roy Nissanka (2/6)
Tarot du Roy Nissanka
Dimensions: 185px * 369px
(scaled to 145px * 290px)
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The Tarot du Roy Nissanka is a French deck based upon the myths of the medieval Sri Lankan king Nissanka. Only major cards have scenes, and the card titles and booklet are in French only.
Big Water Tarot (4/6)
Big Water Tarot
Dimensions: 178px * 260px
(scaled to 170px * 248px)
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The Big Water Tarot is based on the Masonic and other traditions hidden in children's rhymes and games. The cards in this unpublished deck are hand-drawn and coloured.
Mage the Ascension Tarot (2/6)
Mage the Ascension Tarot
Dimensions: 176px * 300px
(scaled to 170px * 289px)
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Based on the Mage roleplaying game, the Mage: the Ascension Tarot erases the boundaries between fantasy and reality. The artwork is dully lit - lots of browns and greys - and occasionally unsettling.
Sherlock Holmes Tarot (8/9)
Sherlock Holmes Tarot
Dimensions: 250px * 405px
(scaled to 170px * 275px)
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The legendary literary detective comes alive in the Sherlock Holmes Tarot. This beautifully themed 79-card deck stays true to the characters, era and stories from the books by Arthur Conan Doyle. The majors are important figures and locations from the books, while the minors each have a scene from a particular story.
Epicurean Tarot (1/3)
Epicurean Tarot
Dimensions: 550px * 388px
(scaled to 170px * 119px)
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The Epicurean Tarot matches cooking and Tarot in its 78 recipe cards. Each card has an American-style recipe, an image from the Universal Waite Tarot, and a small blurb about its traditional meaning.
Lebanese Tarot (2/6)
Lebanese Tarot
Dimensions: 232px * 401px
(scaled to 168px * 290px)
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The Lebanese Tarot sprang from the artist's love of her country, and desire to pass on the Lebanese tradition and folklore through her detailed paintings. The deck is majors only and has 22 luminous, realistically painted cards.
Wonderland Tarot (1/6)
Wonderland Tarot
Dimensions: 300px * 510px
(scaled to 170px * 289px)
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All the characters from Alice in Wonderland in this Rider-Waite reworking. The Wonderland Tarot has suits of Oysters, Flamingos, Hats and Peppermills, and also includes Tweedledee and Tweedledum as the Lovers.
Ibis Tarot (2/4)
Ibis Tarot
Dimensions: 251px * 239px
(scaled to 170px * 161px)
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The Ibis Tarot has stylised ancient Egyptian figures and hieroglyphs in rather pretty scenes. I like the colours used for each card in this deck, but some Egyptian knowledge would help with interpretation.
Universal Marseille Tarot (5/8)
Universal Marseille Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 344px
(scaled to 156px * 290px)
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The Universal Marseille Tarot is based on a Swiss deck created in 1751 by by Claude Burdel, retaining the woodcat look but with more natural colour shading. It has now been published as a standalone deck, and is due to published later as a kit with a companion book written by Lee Bursten.
Vulpine Tarot (4/5)
Vulpine Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 309px
(scaled to 170px * 283px)
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The Vulpine Tarot is a colorful, 78-card fantasy deck characterised by its anthropomorphic foxes. The deck breaks away from the cookie-cutter imagery of Waite-Smith clones, and has a different feel inspired in part by the Witches Tarot. The deck is still in progress, as is its accompanying book.
Wisdom for Healing Cards (3/6)
Wisdom for Healing Cards
Dimensions: 202px * 285px
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The Wisdom for Healing Cards is a set of 50 cards from medical intuitive, Caroline Myss, designed to improve health on a physical, emotional and spiritual level. The cards have gentle art on the front, and corresponding advice on the back.
International Icon Tarot (4/6)
International Icon Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 316px
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The International Icon Tarot is a reworking of the Rider-Waite images, applicable to a universal audience by using simple iconic signs with neutral, faceless figures without sex or race. A modern classic (with the addition of The Happy Squirrel card).
Ancestral Path Tarot (4/8)
Ancestral Path Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 245px
(scaled to 170px * 225px)
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Kitsune Tarot (2/5)
Kitsune Tarot
Dimensions: 194px * 294px
(scaled to 170px * 257px)
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The Kitsune Tarot pictures the mythical creatures known in Japan as kitsune. They are multi-tailed tricksters, combining immortality and a youthful outlook, playfulness and hidden wisdom.
Cat's Eye Tarot (6/6)
Cat's Eye Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 309px
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The Cat's Eye Tarot is by a feline veterinarian, a person very familiar with cats, their habits and personalities. These cats are very natural and real, and yet have been beautifully adapted to Tarot cards. The deck is now completed, and due to be published by US Games in 2011.
Guardian Tarot (6/6)
Guardian Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 241px
(scaled to 170px * 221px)
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The Guardian Tarot is a angel-themed, gothic deck based on Rider-Waite symbolism. Independently published.
Gummy Bear Tarot (3/6)
Gummy Bear Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 327px
(scaled to 164px * 290px)
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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.