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Wisdom for Healing Cards (2/6)
Wisdom for Healing Cards
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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.
Ukiyoe Tarot (7/9)
Ukiyoe Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 341px
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The Ukiyoe Tarot adapts Marseille symbolism into a Japanese style deck, with traditionally dressed figures on the Major Arcana, and undecorated minor arcana.
Der Aegyptische Tarot (1/6)
Der Aegyptische Tarot
Dimensions: 194px * 319px
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Fantastic Menagerie Tarot (6/9)
Fantastic Menagerie Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 308px
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The Fantastic Menagerie Tarot has original artwork based on 19th century drawings by French artist, J. J. Grandville. The witty, detailed cards are based on the Rider-Waite pattern and feature fantastical human-like animals.
Thelema Tarot (7/9)
Thelema Tarot
Dimensions: 248px * 431px
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Rich in esoteric symbolism, magically inspired, and beautifully illustrated, the Thelema Tarot is woven like an enchanting spell. Let the evocative cards of this deck be your guide as you explore the edge between light and dark, love and struggle. With deep wisdom and the levity of true inspiration, this is a reading deck for beginners and tarot adepts alike.
Celtic Roses Tarot (1/7)
Celtic Roses Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 296px
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The Celtic Roses Tarot is a colourful deck where each card is imbued with Celtic symbols, imagery, or archetypes. Many cards also feature a rose motif.
Ramses Tarot of Eternity (1/6)
Ramses Tarot of Eternity
Dimensions: 185px * 343px
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The Ramses: Tarot of Eternity deck is another Ancient Egyptian-themed tarot, with life-like rather than stylised artwork and a real sense of history. Concentrating on the era of th Pharaoh Ramses II, the cards show events in his life as well as more mundane Egypt.
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.

Chocolate Tarot (1/6)
Chocolate Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 320px
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The Chocolate Tarot is a full 78 card tarot deck based on the history and influence of chocolate throughout the world. The cards show its progression from discovery as an Aztec food until the present popularity in a range of styles and old-time advertisements.
Enchanted Tarot (5/8)
Enchanted Tarot
Dimensions: 271px * 500px
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The unique artwork in the Enchanted Tarot is made with fabric, by quilting and applique. The cards are intricate and highly patterned, in soft greens, purples and pinks, and the effect is quite attractive.
Tarot of the Holy Grail (6/8)
Tarot of the Holy Grail
Dimensions: 185px * 338px
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The Tarot of the Holy Grail is inspired by the legends of the Grail, the Knights Templar, and the Crusades. It's a very masculine deck of war and religion, and women appear infrequently.
Marco Benedetti's Tarot (3/6)
Marco Benedetti's Tarot
Dimensions: 180px * 376px
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The symbology of each card in the Marco Benedetti Tarot has been reduced down to its basic elements, and stylistic figures and a gold leaf background characterise the painted artwork of this Italian deck.
Greylight Tarot (7/9)
Greylight Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 271px
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Loosely based on the Thoth system, the Greylight Tarot is both deck and journal. The black and white images are annotated with notes and symbols and the cards are meant to be written on. Thoth keywords are printed at the foot of the pip cards and the pips also follow the symmetry of Freida Harris's illustrations. Available in an individually handmade edition from Chris Butler.
Power of the Runes (3/5)
Power of the Runes
Dimensions: 185px * 273px
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The 25 large cards of the Power of the Runes deck each illustrate a rune through a scene of old Norse life, drawn in a storybook style and surrounded by a knotwork border.
Tarot of the Curious East (7/9)
Tarot of the Curious East
Dimensions: 300px * 180px
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The Tarot of the Curious East is an absolutely stunning 22-card deck from Lynyrd Narciso. The landscape-oriented cards celebrate the diversity of cultures in Asia through a pastiche approach. Published in a very limited edition of 50 copies.
Tarot of the Hidden Realm (5/9)
Tarot of the Hidden Realm
Dimensions: 252px * 427px
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The Tarot of the Hidden Realm has 78 expressive, intriguing, and borderless images. Rather than relying on traditional tarot symbols, it strips back its images to the raw elements of nature and the fae. The art is full of life, movement and feeling.
Dali Universal Tarot (3/4)
Dali Universal Tarot
Dimensions: 326px * 579px
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Salvador Dali assembled and painted 78 collages in his unique surrealist vision. An exquisite deck for historians, art lovers, and collectors, the oversized cards are each individually signed and edged in gold. For the Major Arcana, titles are given in English and Spanish, with the corresponding Hebrew letter and astrological symbol also shown. The instruction booklet comes in four languages; English, Spanish, German, and French, and includes 3 card spreads.
Dreamfire Tarot (1/4)
Dreamfire Tarot
Dimensions: 175px * 292px
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An as yet unpublished, brightly coloured painted photo deck by Crystal Sage. I like the slightly fuzzy, swirly artwork of the Dreamfire Tarot, and hope to see future cards to complete the deck.
Victorian Romantic Tarot (7/8)
Victorian Romantic Tarot
Dimensions: 240px * 387px
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The Victorian Romantic Tarot is based on original engravings from 19th century artists, perfectly collaged to create fully-illustrated, Rider-Waite-based Tarot scenes. It's available for order in gold and standard editions.
Tarocchi di Pinocchio (3/3)
Tarocchi di Pinocchio
Dimensions: 185px * 420px
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The Tarocchi di Pinocchio is an Italian art deck with 22 tall and thin cards. It illustrates episodes and people from the life of the enchanted wooden puppet Pinocchio, who wanted to be a real boy.
Poppy's Love Cards (3/6)
Poppy's Love Cards
Dimensions: 185px * 275px
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Poppy's Love Cards is a set of over 200 cards specifically for providing precise answers to questions of love and relationships. It has no images, just matte-textured cards with text printed upright and reversed on the card.
Vanessa Tarot (4/9)
Vanessa Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 299px
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The Vanessa Tarot is a cute, sassy, and glamourous deck inspired by pop culture heroines. It's light-hearted, fun, feminine and still very readable deck for the girl in every grown woman (or man). Packaged with a small tin along with a booklet.
New World Taro (5/6)
New World Taro
Dimensions: 176px * 289px
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The first tarot deck printed in Salem, Mass., the New World Tarot, has black line drawings on a white background. Tarot scenes are pared down to the minimum, and magickal and astrological symbols appear frequently.
Bifrost Tarot (1/9)
Bifrost Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 278px
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The Bifrost Tarot is a modernisation of the Thoth Tarot, including a spectrum of influences from the major players and discoveries that have come since Crowley's time. Designed to be a deck for the true student of the occult, and now available as a self-published edition from the artist.
Dreampower Tarot (6/6)
Dreampower Tarot
Dimensions: 170px * 250px
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The Dreampower Tarot is a non-traditional deck for dreamworking and self-knowledge. It has no titles or text on the cards, only a thin white border to frame the gorgeous soft artwork.
Historical Tarot of the City of Ferrara (Tarocco Storico della Citta Di Ferrara) (1/6)
Historical Tarot of the City of Ferrara (Tarocco Storico della Citta Di Ferrara)
Dimensions: 331px * 519px
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Limited edition of only 3000. 78 + 1 cards in silk-screened box.
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.
Mage The Awakening Tarot (3/5)
Mage The Awakening Tarot
Dimensions: 206px * 353px
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Mage The Awakening Tarot was made for use with a role-playing game, but also works as a stand-alone tarot.
Zolar's Astrological Tarot (1/8)
Zolar's Astrological Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 310px
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The Zolar Astrological Tarot is a strange double-sided deck of 56 cards that touts itself as 'four decks in one'. The minor arcana (and regular playing card symbols) are on one side, the majors and astrological symbols on the other side.
Saint Deck (6/6)
Saint Deck
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The Saint Deck is a fifty card divination deck-and-book set. Each card is linked with a different Christian saint, and is illustrated with the saint's emblems surrounded by a grey border containing keywords. While not a Tarot deck, some of the cards correlate with the 22 major arcana.
Rock and Roll Oracle (4/9)
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.
Tarot Mondo Lirondo (1/5)
Tarot Mondo Lirondo
Dimensions: 185px * 291px
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The Tarot Mondo Lirondo has 22 cute, playing-card size cards. The card art features hand-drawn stick-figures, and each of the majors is printed in a different colour. The title, 'Mondo Lirondo' is a play on a Spanish saying.
Vespertine Tarot (1/6)
Vespertine Tarot
Dimensions: 180px * 305px
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The Vespertine Tarot deck is all made digitally and has a uniformly rich fantasy feel. The pip cards are gorgeous, but the humans in the court cards and major arcana look distinctly computer generated.
Love and Mystery Tarot (2/6)
Love and Mystery Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 317px
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The Love and Mystery Tarot is a romantic Japanese published tarot deck with comic-book like art. It uses the Rider-Waite structure, but the images aren't traditional. Titles on the 78 cards are printed at the top and bottom so it's possible to read them reversed or upright.
Dream Cards (4/6)
Dream Cards
Dimensions: 185px * 324px
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The Dream Cards, while there are 78 of them, aren't a tarot deck but a stand-alone, intuitive reading deck. The artwork is a fantasy of surreal landscapes and scenes, with plenty to spark the imagination.
Ancient Tarots of Liguria-Piedmont (4/6)
Ancient Tarots of Liguria-Piedmont
Dimensions: 186px * 364px
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The Ancient Tarots of Liguria-Piedmont is a reproduction of a historical Marseilles-style deck from the the northern Italian region of Piedmont. The original deck was published in 1860.
Prairie Tarot (8/8)
Prairie Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 305px
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The Prairie Tarot draws its inspiration from aspects of the western prairie of the United States. The deck has a Rider-Waite basis and an extra card, the Jackalope, for a total of 79. From Robin Ator, creator of the International Icon Tarot, it's available at present in a 23-card majors only edition.
Rainbow Bridge Oracle (6/6)
Rainbow Bridge Oracle
Dimensions: 178px * 285px
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Using modern imagery like scenes from war zone and late-20th-century human figures, the artwork of the Rainbow Bridge Oracle is a little bleak but incredibly powerful. Formerly known as the Rainwalker Tarot, these cards have be redeveloped for the 50-card oracle deck.
Toltec Oracle (2/3)
Toltec Oracle
Dimensions: 185px * 244px
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The Toltec Oracle is a deck of 33 cards, featuring colorful artwork from original 16th-century Toltec sources. The deck incorporates Toltec spiritual principles and is intended to be a path for self-development, rather than fortunetelling.
Destiny Tarot (4/8)
Destiny Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 280px
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The Destiny Tarot is a box set with a book and 78 oversized cards, illustrated with fairly unskilled-looking paintings with heavy white borders. The majors and courts have traditional imagery, but the numbered minors are pip cards. The same images have been published in a smaller size as part of the 'Tarot Basics Book and Gift Set'.
Language of Flowers Tarot (8/8)
Language of Flowers Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 308px
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The Language of Flowers Tarot is an unpublished, in-progess deck of 78 cards that weaves card meanings together with folk sentiments given to plants and flowers. The cards are illustrated with real flowers photographed on a pale background.
New Tarot (2/8)
New Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 260px
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The New Tarot is a full, 78-card, black and white deck from the early 1970s. The strong, solid illustrations are a mix of Egyptian, Tahitian, traditional and modern symbolism, with religious and mythological influences.
Titania's Fortune Cards (3/6)
Titania's Fortune Cards
Dimensions: 185px * 268px
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Titania's Fortune Cards are a modern reinterpretation of Mlle. Lenormand's Fortune Telling Cards. These cards are very simple - each featuring a single object - and are almost fluorescently coloured.
Cook's Tarot (8/9)
Cook's Tarot
Dimensions: 304px * 456px
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The Cook's Tarot celebrates cooks: those who gather, create, serve food and physical and spiritual nourishment for others. The deck has 78 lively cards depicting modern scenes of kitchens, restaurants and cooking, all based on the traditional Rider-Waite imagery.
Tarot de la Rea (6/6)
Tarot de la Rea
Dimensions: 178px * 312px
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Created by a French artist, the Tarot de la Rea resembles the Tarot de Marseilles with its wood-block images and plentiful use of blue and red. It was issued in two versions, "gold" and regular. Both use gold and silver ink on the cards, but the "gold" version has gilt edges.
Da Vinci Enigma Tarot (4/8)
Da Vinci Enigma Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 302px
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The Da Vinci Enigma Tarot uses drawings and illustrations from Renaissance man, inventor, and artist, Leonardo da Vinci. His sketches have been matched with the Tarot archetypes to create a deck with some depth. The suits are elemental "Fire, Earth, Air and Water" and some of the major arcana cards have been renamed to better fit Leonardo's theme.
Magic Tarot (7/7)
Magic Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 317px
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The Russian-published Magic Tarot has images composed with digital collage, combining classical art with esoteric and magical symbols. The minor arcana are also fully illustrated in a similar individual style.
Ring Cycle Tarot (9/9)
Ring Cycle Tarot
Dimensions: 273px * 510px
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This beautiful 78-card Tarot deck, adapted from the illustrations of Arthur Rackham, interprets Richard Wagner's four-part opera, The Ring of the Nibelung, which traces the mythic tale of a golden ring of unlimited power plagued by a deadly curse, loose in the world of the Old Norse and Germanic gods. An End Time prophecy infuses the epic story with thought-provoking, contemporary resonance. The four elemental Tarot suits in this powerful divination tool are realized from four Ring Cycle races: Gods (Fire/Wands), demi-god Walsungs (Water/Cups), human Gibichungs (Air/Swords), and dwarf Nibelungs (Earth/Disks/Pentacles). The accompanying book explores divinatory meanings, lensed partly through the feminine and esoteric, and also delves into The Ring of the Nibelung's characters, plot, themes, and unique music, which would inspire J.R.R. Tolkien's Middle-earth novels decades later. This deck remains true to the spirit of Wagner, Rackham, and the Tarot, demonstrating useful contemporary insight into all three of these timeless arts.
Toltec Oracle (1/3)
Toltec Oracle
Dimensions: 185px * 244px
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The Toltec Oracle is a deck of 33 cards, featuring colorful artwork from original 16th-century Toltec sources. The deck incorporates Toltec spiritual principles and is intended to be a path for self-development, rather than fortunetelling.
Gods and Titans Oracle (3/8)
Gods and Titans Oracle
Dimensions: 185px * 273px
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The Gods and Titans Oracle is one of the relatively few male-oriented tarot or oracle decks around. The 36 cards feature powerful gods and deities from the ages - Osiris, Thor, Ganesha and many more.
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.
Walter's Tarot (1/6)
Walter's Tarot
Dimensions: 190px * 328px
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Walter's Tarot deck is a computer-generated one, with no human figures but some interesting landscapes. I like his Three of Cups card.
Enlightenment Tarot (4/9)
Enlightenment Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 308px
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The Enlightenment Tarot was inspired by Hurricane Katrina, and its devastating effects on people. It is a modern reworking of the tarot, using photographs collaged and edited together to make the 78 cards, but has a strong elemental feel.
Ultimate Oracle (6/6)
Ultimate Oracle
Dimensions: 185px * 263px
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The Ultimate Oracle is a very stripped down 44-card deck of duality and opposites. Half the cards are black with a keyword in white, the other half the reverse. It's designed to be a deck of observations, insights and possibilities and a guide to your life.