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Poppy's Love Cards (6/6)
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.
Fenestra Tarot (4/6)
Fenestra Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 320px
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The Fenestra Tarot is a pretty deck, with 78 soft, watercolour, almost sepia-toned cards. It roughly follows the Rider-Waite format in the tarot scenes, surrounding them with large, decorative borders.
Vedicheskoe Tarot (3/6)
Vedicheskoe Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 297px
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The Vedicheskoe Tarot is a Russian-published deck of 78 cards. Its illustrations are line-drawings filled in with bright, saturated colours. Titled in Russian.
Rohrig Tarot (4/6)
Rohrig Tarot
Dimensions: 220px * 400px
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The Rohrig Tarot is a sexy, glossy Tarot deck that has been thoroughly modernised - the Chariot shows a Formula One motor racing car - and overall the artwork is beautifully done and finely detailed. There are two versions of the deck: the US edition and an earlier German edition with uncovered nudity.
Tarocchi della Luna Nuova (1/6)
Tarocchi della Luna Nuova
Dimensions: 185px * 327px
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The Tarocchi Della Luna Nuova (Tarot of the New Moon) is a rather beautiful 78-card deck with coloured illustrations on a black background. Published in a limited-edition of 300 copies by Museo dei Tarocchi.
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.
White Eagle Medicine Wheel (2/4)
White Eagle Medicine Wheel
Dimensions: 175px * 279px
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The White Eagle Medicine Wheel is for those who wish to follow Native American wisdom as a way of life. It is based on tradition mythology and uses plain photography of native artefacts on the cards.
Epicurean Tarot (2/3)
Epicurean Tarot
Dimensions: 550px * 388px
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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.
Art of Life Tarot (1/8)
Art of Life Tarot
Dimensions: 250px * 351px
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The Art of Life Tarot matches well-known paintings - from Van Gogh, Mucha, Degas, Klimt and more - with inspirational quotes. The 78 over-sized cards can be used for readings but are also suited to daily card draws, contemplation and meditation.
Dragon Tarot (4/8)
Dragon Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 306px
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The Dragon Tarot from Nigel Suckling is an attractive 78-card deck that blends dragonology and the European Tarot tradition. Dragons feature on the majors, aces and courts, but the numbered cards are essentially pip cards with a landscape background.
Pagan Tarot (1/6)
Pagan Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 343px
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The Pagan Tarot, from Gina M. Pace (known as Wicce on the Internet), combines the joys and problems of everyday life with Wiccan and Pagan spirituality. The art shows Pagan scenes and is also very modern and ultra-realistic: computers feature in several cards.
Surrealist Tarot (6/9)
Surrealist Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 276px
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The Surrealist Tarot is a very strange and surreal, 78-card self-published deck. It's based on the LaVey Personality Synthesizer Clock as well as Crowley, Waite and Sprague's systems.
Elemental Tarot for Kids (6/6)
Elemental Tarot for Kids
Dimensions: 185px * 265px
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Elemental Tarot for Kids is a 71-card deck, from which the more negative traditional cards have been removed and the artwork simplified. It's designed as an introduction to divination for children aged nine and up.
Picture Postcard Tarot (3/8)
Picture Postcard Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 246px
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The Picture Postcard Tarot is a full deck put together from vintage postcards from the early 20th century. The images show the culture, context and expectations of humanity just over 100 years ago. It's a 79-card deck, with the usual 78 plus a Happy Squirrel card. It was available in a self-published, limited edition of 50 decks from the artist, but is now sold out.
Poppy's Love Cards (1/6)
Poppy's Love Cards
Dimensions: 185px * 275px
(scaled to 170px * 252px)
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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.
Psycards (4/11)
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.
AboraMana (7/7)
AboraMana
Dimensions: 186px * 283px
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AboraMana is a set of Goddess wisdom cards, the imagery and system of which were intuitively channeled by the artist. The 89 cards are not tarot or an oracle deck, but described as an illustrated cosmology, that explains 'the human position in the grand scheme of creation... from an exclusively woman's point of view'.
Tell Me Tarot (8/8)
Tell Me Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 328px
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The Tell Me Tarot is designed to make the wisdom of tarot accessible to anyone. It has simplified but recognisable tarot scenes, text titles and meanings on the cards underneath the tarot scenes, and even indicates whether they are positive or negative. Originally published in 2004 in Hebrew and English, it has also been reprinted in 2008 by US Games.
La Corte Dei Tarocchi (3/4)
La Corte Dei Tarocchi
Dimensions: 238px * 576px
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Designed by Anna Maria D'Onofrio and published by Il Meneghello in 1999, the 78 card "La Corte Dei Tarocchi" is a gorgeous blend of modernized Medieval imagery using mostly traditional, generally Marseille-based tarot archetypes. All card titles in Italian. Produced in a limited numbered edition of 1100. The illustrations have parchment-like backgrounds, water-color-like shading and textured coloring, combined with three different title styles to create an impressive array of nearly tactile images. The thick, tall cards have an 'aged vellum' appearance, as if they were painted in Renaissance or Medieval times.
Mythic World Tarot (2/8)
Mythic World Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 239px
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The Mythic World Tarot is based on Randy McVey's personal artistic world. The symbolism has been kept recognisable, so it can be used by any level of tarot reader. The deck is still in-progress
One World Tarot (3/6)
One World Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 260px
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The design is ultra-modern and computer-generated in the One World Tarot deck. It focuses on the astrological aspects of tarot, but also touches on numerology, color theory and other esoteric symbolism.