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Greenwood Tarot (3/4)
Greenwood Tarot
Dimensions: 324px * 243px
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The Greenwood Tarot deck uses pre-Celtic British religious symbols, such as images of animals, landmarks and Gods such as the Green Man, for divination purposes. This deck is long of out of print but is still popular among collectors.
Fifth Tarot (6/7)
Fifth Tarot
Dimensions: 249px * 380px
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The Fifth Tarot is designed to illustrate the emerging cosmic energies of the fifth dimension. It brings the 'lost' suit - representing the element ether - back to tarot. The art on the 92 cards - 22 majors and 70 minors - is finely drawn and multi-dimensional.
Da Vinci Tarot (2/6)
Da Vinci Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 345px
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An art tarot in homage to the great Renaissance painter and inventor, Leonardo da Vinci. The images in the Da Vinci Tarot are mostly inspired by Leonardo's art, but do feature some of his well-known pieces. First published as the Leonardo aa Vinci Tarot a stand-alone deck, it's now available as the Da Vinci Tarot kit with a book by Mark McElroy.
Angelique Tarot (7/8)
Angelique Tarot
Dimensions: 100px * 165px
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Prager Tarot (5/6)
Prager Tarot
Dimensions: 184px * 275px
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The Prager Tarot is a cut-down tarot deck with 54 cards - 22 major and 32 minor cards - based on Czech folklore . The minor arcana suits each have the four court cards, and just four numbered cards from the Ace to Four.
African American Tarot (3/9)
African American Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 342px
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The African American Tarot is a strong and vibrantly coloured deck of scenes and imagery of African and Afro-American culture, animals and art. According to the booklet, each card is linked with an important deity, character or location in African-American history.
Oracle of the Dragonfae (2/6)
Oracle of the Dragonfae
Dimensions: 185px * 278px
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The Oracle of the Dragonfae has 43 cards with rather pretty illustrations of goddesses, gods, dragons, winged fitures and fantastical characters. It is attributed to Australian deck creator, Lucy Cavendish, but actually has cards contributed by seven different artists.
Transparent Oracle (3/8)
Transparent Oracle
Dimensions: 250px * 250px
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The Transparent Oracle expands on the concept of the ground-breaking Transparent Tarot from Emily Carding. The Oracle has 70 circular, clear cards, which allows the symbology inspired by the natural world and the universe to be read in layers and rotated as well.
Madru: Das Baum Tarot - The Tree Tarot (2/6)
Madru: Das Baum Tarot - The Tree Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 286px
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The Tree Tarot (das Baum Tarot) is a German deck that assigns a tree to each major card. The illustrations are focused on the head and shoulders of the traditional Rider-Waite characters, and each card shows the figure with its associated planetary, zodiac, tree and Hebrew letter. The cards are small, about playing card size.
Word of One Tarot (4/9)
Word of One Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 280px
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The Word of One Tarot is a set of 123 cards from three different decks - each deck designed to represent a different state of consciousness. There is a reprint of the 79-card T: The New Tarot for the Aquarian age, a 22 card Medieval-style deck, and a 22 card black and white deck representing the Atlantean Age. The cards have a heavy, sticky laminate and adhere together very easily.
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.
Trionfi Tarot Playing Cards (1/9)
Trionfi Tarot Playing Cards
Dimensions: 167px * 234px
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Trionfi Tarot Playing Cards is a set of 78 Anglo-American playing cards, designed for English speakers to play the Tarot, Tarock and Tarocchi games of continental Europe. The cards are double-ended and have imagery based on 19th century European tarots.
Mythic Oracle (3/5)
Mythic Oracle
Dimensions: 240px * 345px
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The Mythic Oracle brings the myths and legends of Ancient Greek to life, thanks to the attractive artwork of Michele-lee Phelan, who also contributed to the Oracle of the Dragonfae. The 45 cards each show a Greek deity or character, and are divided into groups of Heroes, Magical Beings, Olympians and Titans.
Jonathan Dee Tarot Pack (3/6)
Jonathan Dee Tarot Pack
Dimensions: 185px * 329px
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These cards, by Jonathan Dee and artist Shirley Barker, have been published as part of several beginner sets. The tarot symbolism has been redrawn and simplified, and the suits have unillustrated pip cards.
Stolen Child Tarot (5/5)
Stolen Child Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 276px
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The Stolen Child Tarot is a self-published labour of love from Monica Knighton, creator of the Tarot of the Dead. It's a 22 card deck, inspired by a Yeats poem of the same name.
Psycards (1/11)
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.
Napo Tarot (5/5)
Napo Tarot
Dimensions: 300px * 539px
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Tarot scenes in style of the Marseilles deck are rendered in blocky washed watercolour artwork in the Napo Tarot. Unusually, the scene, the border and the title on each card all are in a similar style and go well together. A nice art deck.
Tarot D: Didactic Tarot (6/8)
Tarot D: Didactic Tarot
Dimensions: 273px * 405px
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The Tarot D: Didactic Tarot is the culmination of a ten year exploration of tarot symbolism and creativity. The artwork is powerful: highly detailed, comic-book like and masculine in feel. The deck has 102 cards, including an extra "Pause" suit and two extras in each suit. The companion book by the artist explains the complete mythology and symbolism behind each card.
Da Vinci Tarot (6/6)
Da Vinci Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 345px
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An art tarot in homage to the great Renaissance painter and inventor, Leonardo da Vinci. The images in the Da Vinci Tarot are mostly inspired by Leonardo's art, but do feature some of his well-known pieces. First published as the Leonardo aa Vinci Tarot a stand-alone deck, it's now available as the Da Vinci Tarot kit with a book by Mark McElroy.
Ocean Oracle (5/6)
Ocean Oracle
Dimensions: 185px * 250px
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The Ocean Oracle introduces divining with shells in this huge deck of 200 cards. The front of the card has a photograph of the seashell; the back has the common and Latin name for the shell, and its meaning. It's a workable divination deck and a thorough reference on seashells.
Ring Cycle Tarot (6/9)
Ring Cycle Tarot
Dimensions: 275px * 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.