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Dreaming in Color Luman Deck (6/6)
Dreaming in Color Luman Deck
Dimensions: 185px * 308px
(scaled to 170px * 283px)
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The Dreaming in Color: Luman Deck is a meditative, intuitive, channeling deck, designed specifically to teach people how to advance their own psychic powers. The art is a vibrant and lovely combination of fractals, flowers, nature scenes and dreamscapes.
Blue Moon Tarot (5/8)
Blue Moon Tarot
Dimensions: 300px * 395px
(scaled to 170px * 223px)
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The Blue Moon Tarot cards follow lunar and solar cycles, with imagery that is natural, strongly emotive, pagan and multicultural. The original 22 cards have been re-released as a limited edition.
Egyptian Tarot Grand Trumps (3/6)
Egyptian Tarot Grand Trumps
Dimensions: 185px * 348px
(scaled to 154px * 290px)
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The Egyptian Tarot Grand Trumps is a large-size, majors (or trumps) only, edition of Silvana Alasia's 78-card deck from Lo Scarabeo. The art has an authentic Egyptian look, painted in tempera on a papyrus background.
Tarot of Dreams (1/7)
Tarot of Dreams
Dimensions: 186px * 285px
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Golden Dawn Tarot (3/4)
Golden Dawn Tarot
Dimensions: 266px * 209px
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The Order of the Golden Dawn was an active occult society in Europe around ninety years ago which attracted some brilliant people. Their tarot deck was illustrated by Wang under instruction from Regardie, and is a work of esoteric importance rather than aesthetic interest.
Metrosexual Tarot (1/8)
Metrosexual Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 313px
(scaled to 170px * 287px)
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The Metrosexual Tarot is from the creator of the satirical Silicon Valley Tarot, and describes itself as 'Queer Eye for the Straight Guy collides with the Occult'. It pictures scenes of urban life, luxuries, and conveniences essential to the stylish, trendy metrosexual.
Quest Tarot (3/6)
Quest Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 314px
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Created in 3D modelling software, thee Quest Tarot cards are luminous, dreamlike and vivid. The 79 card deck has also been designed to be similar to a ouija board for divinatory use.
Grand Etteilla Tarot (4/6)
Grand Etteilla Tarot
Dimensions: 180px * 340px
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The Grand Etteilla is an old French revised version of the tarot. The cards each have two keywords in English and French and a large white border around the somewhat primitive illustrations.
Pathfinder's, the Animal Totem Deck (2/7)
Pathfinder's, the Animal Totem Deck
Dimensions: 233px * 320px
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Pathfinder's, the Animal Totem Deck has 83 animal cards (and 4 index cards) by 39 different artists. It features dozens of animals, both great and small, from all over the world.
Affirmations for the Everyday Goddess (2/6)
Affirmations for the Everyday Goddess
Dimensions: 188px * 277px
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Affirmations for the Everyday Goddess brings together the tarot archetypes, affirmations, and the essence of the divine feminine, in a visually stunning set of 22 cards. The companion book is a solid 110-page spiritual guidebook.
Universal Tarot 2 (3/3)
Universal Tarot 2
Dimensions: 309px * 212px
(scaled to 170px * 116px)
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The Universal Tarot draws on many diverse cultures and mythologies such as Christianity, the Egyptians, Islam, Shamanism, Buddhism and more, to show cultural diversity.
Jumbledance Tarot (2/6)
Jumbledance Tarot
Dimensions: 151px * 251px
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By the creator of the Wheel of Change Tarot, Alexandra Genetti, each card in the Jumbledance Tarot deck is a collage of images cut from magazines. This is a handmade deck, and is very well put together.
Haindl Rune Oracle (2/4)
Haindl Rune Oracle
Dimensions: 367px * 250px
(scaled to 170px * 115px)
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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.
Egyptian Tarot (7/8)
Egyptian Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 338px
(scaled to 159px * 290px)
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The Egyptian Tarot has 78 cards in typical Ancient Egyptian artistic style, line-drawn in brown on a mottled papyrus-like background. Majors have themed titles and Tarot-like scenes, while the minors have decorated pips in suits of Pentacles, Cups, Swords and Sceptres and courts of Slave, Warrior, Mistress and Master. All cards are numbered from 1 to 78 in Roman numerals.
Whispering Tarot (3/4)
Whispering Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 261px
(scaled to 170px * 239px)
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The Whispering Tarot is a limited edition, self-published deck from Elizabeth Hazel, the author of Tarot Decoded. The 78 cards were inspired by Pamela Colman-Smith's illustrations, but have had overt Christian and Masonic symbolism removed. Accompanied by a companion CD with PDF booklet.
Tarocchi Marvel (1/3)
Tarocchi Marvel
Dimensions: 266px * 498px
(scaled to 155px * 290px)
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Tarocchi Marvel is very rare and hard to find. The cards are Major Arcana only, the Minor Arcana were never actually made for the deck. Marvel Comic characters star as the various portraits on the cards. Artist Claudio Villa drew the cartoons, which he and Luca Poli colored in. The backs show a double-ended picture of Dr. Strange. The 22 cards are oversized (5 3/8" x 2 7/8") and came with a title card and a card giving the names of the characters on each card.
Lowbrow Tarot (7/7)
Lowbrow Tarot
Dimensions: 250px * 400px
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The Lowbrow Tarot is a collaborative project, organised by Aunia Kahn who created the Silver Era Tarot. More than 20 different artists have contributed to this creative and unique majors-only deck.
Sacred Geometry Cards (6/8)
Sacred Geometry Cards
Dimensions: 185px * 317px
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The Sacred Geometry Cards for the Visionary Path is a sequel and complement to Francene's Hart Sacred Geometry Oracle. The cards are in a similar ornate and beautiful - but more polished - style than the original.
Ellis deck (6/10)
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.
Tarot de la Rea (4/6)
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.
Bohemian Gothic Tarot (3/9)
Bohemian Gothic Tarot
Dimensions: 210px * 338px
(scaled to 170px * 273px)
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The Bohemian Gothic Tarot is the dark sister of the Victorian Romantic Tarot. It's a deck of the shadows; dark, beautiful, a little melancholy and mysterious. The first edition of the deck and a deck-and-book set are now out of print, but a second edition is on the way.