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Wise Woman's Tarot (5/6)
Wise Woman's Tarot
Dimensions: 170px * 300px
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The Wise Woman's Tarot is a female-oriented, multicultural and spiritual tarot set featuring goddesses (and a few gods) from hundreds of cultures worldwide. A personal project, the cards were used intensively by the author before publication.
Fey Tarot (1/6)
Fey Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 365px
(scaled to 147px * 290px)
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A gorgeous and unique tarot of the Fey, not the British fairies, but a more universal variety depicted in art with an anime feel. The Fey Tarot is a well-thought out and carefully designed tarot set for readers of all ages - and a beautiful, playful deck full of its own unique magic.
Dragon Oracle (1/5)
Dragon Oracle
Dimensions: 185px * 252px
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The Dragon Oracle is based on Chinese astrology and has 36 cards. The cards are illustrated with significant animals with astrological associations, and the Chinese character for that animal.
Golden Tarot (4/8)
Golden Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 305px
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The Golden Tarot is inspired by both the Rider-Waite and historical Visconti-Sforza decks. The art is attractive and suitably historical on the majors and the court cards, but the suits are relatively plain, undecorated cards with pips instead of illustrated scenes.
Universal Fantasy Tarot (7/8)
Universal Fantasy Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 339px
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The Universal Fantasy Tarot is set in the fictional world of fantasy literature. A world of magic, inhabited by dragons, witches, winged horses, heros, gods and demons, it is here illustrated on 78 fantastical cards.
Major Tom's Tarot of Marseilles (3/9)
Major Tom's Tarot of Marseilles
Dimensions: 185px * 320px
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Major Tom's Tarot of Marseilles is a unique deck based primarily on the iconography of the Dodal Marseilles, but with a modern twist in dress and attitude. First printed in a limited edition of 50 decks during the 2005 Melbourne International Tarot Conference, it's now also being published by Schiffer Books.
Rider-Waite Tarot University Books (1/8)
Rider-Waite Tarot University Books
Dimensions: 185px * 317px
(scaled to 169px * 290px)
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This version of the Rider-Waite Tarot was published by University Books beginning in 1959. Its colours are more vivid than later editions - the blues and purples are almost electric - and the backs have a different design.
Victorian Trade Card Tarot (2/6)
Victorian Trade Card Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 244px
(scaled to 170px * 224px)
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The Victorian Trade Card Tarot is a 79 card deck (the standard 78 plus a Happy Squirrel card) with images created from trade cards of the 1870s to 1890s. This is the third deck from Marcia McCord, available in a limited edition of 100 sets.
Cruel Thing Tarot (6/8)
Cruel Thing Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 344px
(scaled to 156px * 290px)
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The Cruel Thing Tarot is a darkly elegant gothic tarot deck, printed entirely in black, white and red. The minors aren't fully scenic but have more interest than plain pips.
Archangel Oracle (4/6)
Archangel Oracle
Dimensions: 185px * 265px
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The Archangel Oracle Cards feature 15 angels from various religions and traditions over 45 cards. A popular set for people who have never used Tarot cards.
Ancient Egyptian Oracle (1/6)
Ancient Egyptian Oracle
Dimensions: 185px * 264px
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The Ancient Egyptian Oracle: The Cards of Ra-Maat are a set of 72 cards intended for divination. The deck is divided into Pylons (the blue cards); Arits (similar to chakras); Cubits (the black cards); and Deities (the white cards).
Tarocchi di Carlo Pitera (1/9)
Tarocchi di Carlo Pitera
Dimensions: 185px * 310px
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The Tarocchi di Carlo Pitera is a deck by surrealist and symbolist artist, Carlo Pitera. The traditional tarot iconography has been set against a starry universe in 78 oil-on-wood paintings. The majors are based on the European tradition and the minors are very plain, undecorated pip cards. Published in a limited edition of 3000 copies and packaged in a metal tin.
Power of Four Colours Tarot (2/6)
Power of Four Colours Tarot
Dimensions: 184px * 283px
(scaled to 170px * 261px)
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Red, blue, green and yellow have been used to great effect in the Power of Four Colours Tarot to create abstract tarot pieces on a white background with electric blue borders.
Kamasutra Tarot (4/8)
Kamasutra Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 340px
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The Kamasutra Tarot is based on the "textbook of desire" best known as a catalogue of sexual positions. The cards are indeed graphic, but are intended to reflect fourth century attitudes towards sex rather than modern Western views. The imagery across the cards is also deliberately repetitive, so that the subtle cues of posture and body language of the couple are more obvious.
Universal Waite Tarot (3/8)
Universal Waite Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 322px
(scaled to 167px * 290px)
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Imagine the Rider-Waite with artwork in the style of the Hanson-Roberts deck. The Universal Waite Tarot is quite a pretty version (or clone) of the Rider-Waite, with more appealing, softer artwork.
Tarot of Paris (6/6)
Tarot of Paris
Dimensions: 253px * 409px
(scaled to 170px * 274px)
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Awe-inspiring collages created from thousands of images of Paris's classic and modern art and architecture. The photographs in the Tarot of Paris are original and were taken by the artist over a twenty year period.
Alchemical Emblem Tarot (1/6)
Alchemical Emblem Tarot
Dimensions: 188px * 294px
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A majors only deck by F.J. Campos that uses alchemical symbols, which were colored and published by Adam McLean. Limited edition of 100 copies. Absolutely gorgeous hand made deck.
Abracadabra Tarot (2/7)
Abracadabra Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 335px
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The Abracadabra: Le Streghe Giocano a Carte is a deck illustrated with witchy gnomes at play - gnomes with red noses and apparent alcoholic tendencies. It's a comical deck of 22 cards from Italian publishers, Hermatena.
Aquatic Tarot (4/10)
Aquatic Tarot
Dimensions: 144px * 233px
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The artist has repainted Pamela Colman-Smith's drawings in watercolours. The images are very soft and quite lovely. The Aquatic Tarot is definitely my favourite of the Rider-Waite clone decks, but unfortunately it is unpublished and not available in print.
Rock and Roll Oracle (9/9)
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.
Dame Fortune's Wheel Tarot (2/7)
Dame Fortune's Wheel Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 345px
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Dame Fortune's Wheel Tarot is a deck of 79 cards - 22 majors, 56 minors and one significator from author, Paul Huson. The cards are based on the Huson's research presented in Mystical Origins of the Tarot, and have Marseilles-inspired majors and Etteilla-inspired, fully illustrated minors. The deck is complete with an instructional booklet and now published by Lo Scarabeo.