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Light of the Goddess Tarot (5/9)
Light of the Goddess Tarot
Dimensions: 181px * 290px
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The Light of the Goddess Tarot (previously the LuminaDivinae ArTarot) follows the Tarot of Marseilles structure, but with illustrated minor arcana. The 78 cards feature selections of art from the great masters, from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance, which are not collaged. Now self-published in a deluxe card and book set.
Rainbow Lenormand (1/7)
Rainbow Lenormand
Dimensions: 200px * 316px
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The Rainbow Lenormand shows traditional Lenormand symbolism, through photographic collage and all the colours of the rainbow (hence the name). There is one change to the standard - the Coffin is now the Black Rose card.
Rider-Waite Tarot University Books (6/8)
Rider-Waite Tarot University Books
Dimensions: 185px * 317px
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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.
Green Witch Tarot (2/9)
Green Witch Tarot
Dimensions: 270px * 456px
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Enter the world of the green witch, where vivid imagery helps you align with the elements, natural energies, and the old religion. Presenting witchcraft practices and meaningful encounters with plants and animals, The Green Witch Tarot lets you open a channel between the reader and the spiritual beings of nature. Beautifully illustrated by Kiri Ostergaard Leonard and accompanied by a comprehensive guidebook for easy interpretation, this deck is full of powerful symbols and energetic wisdom you can use to find the answers you seek.
Dark Fairytale Tarot (4/8)
Dark Fairytale Tarot
Dimensions: 250px * 462px
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The Dark Fairytale Tarot is an exploration of the darker side of the world of the fae. It takes elements of both the Rider-Waite and Thoth foundations and blends them with lifelike medieval fantasy imagery.
Color Your Own Tarot (8/8)
Color Your Own Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 303px
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The Color Your Own Tarot cards are black-and-white illustrations with a matte surface, designed to be coloured to your own preference (though some parts of card designs as in the High Priestess have been inked in black already). The card symbolism is based on the Rider-Waite, but with a modern edge. Along with the cards, the set contains a 64-page book and six coloured pencils.
Kiy Tarot-Body (4/7)
Kiy Tarot-Body
Dimensions: 191px * 324px
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The Kiy Tarot-Body shows the human body in Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga poses, each selected to symbolise the tarot meaning on its 78 cards.
Tarot de Mantegna (4/7)
Tarot de Mantegna
Dimensions: 275px * 491px
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Oracle of the Dreamtime (5/6)
Oracle of the Dreamtime
Dimensions: 185px * 185px
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The Oracle of the Dreamtime is not only an oracle but a collection of contemporary Australian Aboriginal art. It's a very well-researched deck and the artwork and symbology is based on authentic Aboriginal Dreamings.
Egyptian Pyramid Oracle (1/5)
Egyptian Pyramid Oracle
Dimensions: 185px * 267px
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The Egyptian Pyramid Oracle is a set of 25 cards, drawing on Ancient Egyptian mythology for fortune-telling. The deck is divided into five houses of Power, Temptation, Inspiration, Wisdom, and Change with five cards each.
Blue Moon Tarot (6/8)
Blue Moon Tarot
Dimensions: 300px * 398px
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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.
Tarot of Prague (6/6)
Tarot of Prague
Dimensions: 185px * 316px
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The Tarot of Prague is a very beautiful Tarot, composed of collaged photographs of Prague's art and architecture. Suitable for readings, and for beginners, the Tarot of Prague is now a classic, and is highly recommended.
Wizards Tarot (3/8)
Wizards Tarot
Dimensions: 180px * 317px
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The Wizards Tarot is a tarot deck and a school of magic, where the majors feature the professors and the minors feature the students. Designed by Corinne Kenner and illustrated by John Blumen, it has photo-realistic digital art and a distinct Harry Potter feel.
PicTarot (4/8)
PicTarot
Dimensions: 185px * 298px
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The Pictarot is a dual-use tarot deck. The 22 major arcana are influenced by the Thoth Tarot, and feature creatures from contemporary character design. The minors are identical to playing cards, and can be used on their own.
Oracle of the Dragonfae (3/6)
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.
Sacred India Tarot (4/7)
Sacred India Tarot
Dimensions: 211px * 343px
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The Sacred India Tarot brings tarot together with Indian mythology and spirituality. The major arcana depict Indian deities, while the minor suits depict scenes from Indian epics and legends. A deep and beautiful deck for meditation, the serious Indian scholar, or the yoga practitioner.
Golden Lenormand (1/8)
Golden Lenormand
Dimensions: 250px * 383px
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The Golden Lenormand is a 36-card set in the style of Mlle. Lenormand, hand-painted and self-published by Marcela Sulzmann. It's designed to be a deck of positive energy, and the gold colour is a symbol of the highest spiritual development. In the left corner of each card is an astrological symbol, in the right a playing card symbol.
Golden Tarot of the Tsar (2/6)
Golden Tarot of the Tsar
Dimensions: 185px * 353px
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A luxurious looking tarot based on the iconic art of Russian Orthodox Christianity. The Golden Tarot of the Tsar is one of Lo Scarabeo's metallic decks - the saints and biblical scenes have textured gold backgrounds.
Kei Tarot (2/6)
Kei Tarot
Dimensions: 140px * 228px
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International Icon Tarot (5/6)
International Icon Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 316px
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The International Icon Tarot is a reworking of the Rider-Waite images, applicable to a universal audience by using simple iconic signs with neutral, faceless figures without sex or race. A modern classic (with the addition of The Happy Squirrel card).
Wild Green Chagallian Tarot (5/8)
Wild Green Chagallian Tarot
Dimensions: 135px * 209px
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The Wild Green Chagallian Tarot is the third deck from Penelope Cline, creator of the Pen Tarot, and was inspired by both the paintings of Marc Chagall and by plants and weeds found growing wild. It's a 23 card deck, with an extra 'Muse' card included with the majors.
Ostara Tarot (6/8)
Ostara Tarot
Dimensions: 252px * 446px
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The Ostara Tarot has 78 cards exploring ideas and themes related to the natural world, wilderness, and feminine intuition - with a little surrealism. It was created in concert by four different artists, each contributing a suit and a share of the major arcana.
Karty Tarot (6/9)
Karty Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 319px
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Karty Tarot is the title of a Polish deck of 78 cards, and it simply means 'Tarot Cards'. The images are mostly black and white inside dark gold borders, with some colour accents in the pip-style minor arcana. From the creator of the Jasniak Tarot.
Magus Deck (6/6)
Magus Deck
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The Magus Deck is a set of 54 Oracle cards set in the mythical lands of Balhundorra. Intended to be a gateway into the deep unconscious for personal growth and predictive game, it has otherworldly, brightly coloured art.
Wheel of the Year Tarot (4/6)
Wheel of the Year Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 334px
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The Wheel of the Year Tarot is a Pagan-oriented deck that "ushers us through the four seasons - a passage of time marked by hope, abundance, reflection, and rebirth - and reminds us of our indelible connection to the earth".
Shadowscapes Tarot (2/9)
Shadowscapes Tarot
Dimensions: 187px * 309px
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The ShadowScapes Tarot is a stunning Tarot deck from artist Stephanie Pui-Mun Law, with gorgeous watercolour fantasy Tarot imagery. Long-awaited by its many fans, the deck is now out from Llewellyn in a bordered edition with a companion book.
Massalia Tarot (2/2)
Massalia Tarot
Dimensions: 619px * 477px
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The Massalia Tarot is inspired by the famous "Tarot de Marseille" one of my main tool for divination. Its a deck well known and widely used by European card readers as well as countries that had been highly influenced by European tradition like Brazil. The Masalia Tarot is an easy to read a deck, with a key word for each of the minor arcana. It is a wonderful deck for Tarot readers as well as Tarot collectors.
Archangel Oracle (1/6)
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.
Parallel Worlds Tarot (7/9)
Parallel Worlds Tarot
Dimensions: 250px * 430px
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The Parallel Worlds Tarot has 78 vivid and expressive cards illustrated in glowing colours, designed to encourage intuitive reading. The cards are inspired by traditional symbolism but also take some creative and unique departures (such as featuring a clown as The Devil).
Grand Etteilla Tarot (5/6)
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.
Mary-El Tarot (2/6)
Mary-El Tarot
Dimensions: 180px * 296px
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The Mary-El Tarot is a very promising work-in-progress. The cards are fantastic oil paintings, wih a unique but arresting perspective on tarot symbology.
Egorov Tarot (2/4)
Egorov Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 331px
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The Egorov Tarot is a self-titled Tarot from Russian artist, Alexander Egorov, and published in Austria. The card imagery is Rider-Waite-styled and they have titles in English, German and French.
Original Rider Waite Tarot (4/8)
Original Rider Waite Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 319px
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The Original Rider-Waite Tarot differs from the Rider-Waite Tarot, as it has less saturated colours and a brownish hue, titles as drawn by Pamela Colman-Smith, and a more decorative back pattern.
Tarot of the Holy Grail (5/8)
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.
Voice of the Trees (2/4)
Voice of the Trees
Dimensions: 400px * 670px
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The Voice of the Trees is an oracle deck re-interpreting Celtic Ogham divination, Celtic legends and tree lore in full scenic illustrations.
Egyptian Tarot 2 (6/6)
Egyptian Tarot 2
Dimensions: 185px * 348px
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The Egyptian Tarot from Fournier is yet another of the many Ancient Egyptian-theme tarot decks, but is more attractive than most. The traditional-looking art is illustrated in muted watercolour, and the cards are titled in English and Spanish. It's not strictly a tarot; the minor cards are just numbered 23 - 78 and aren't placed in suits.
Tarot Piatnik Wien (3/9)
Tarot Piatnik Wien
Dimensions: 185px * 352px
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The Piatnik Wien Tarot has rather extraordinary bright colours and textured patterns making up its partly historical and partly modern Tarot scenes. The minor cards are French style, and have arranged pips on the numbered cards.
26 Cartes Didactiques de Tarot (1/2)
26 Cartes Didactiques de Tarot
Dimensions: 647px * 439px
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Also known as the "CD Tarot." Deck includes the standard tarot 22 major arcana, plus the four aces. The cards contain cartomantic keywords at the bottom, plus basic concepts for an upright and reversed interpretation. 26 cards in thin cardboard box.
Medieval Tarot (8/8)
Medieval Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 347px
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The Medieval Tarot is from the same author who illustrated the Bruegel Tarot and the Giotto Tarot, but this is a more generic deck of the Middle Ages in scene and costume.
Inner Child Cards (1/6)
Inner Child Cards
Dimensions: 200px * 328px
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The Inner Child Cards are large cards with vibrant, attractive artwork in primary colours that looks a little like it was drawn with crayons. Journey into fairy tales, myths, and nature and back into childhood.
Poppy's Tarot for the Workplace (6/8)
Poppy's Tarot for the Workplace
Dimensions: 185px * 274px
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Poppy's Tarot for the Workplace is a 215-card deck for oracular advice on work, business and career situations. It's divided into different sections and is read by selecting cards from each section. Like Poppy's Love Cards, there are no images, just upright and reversed text.
William Blake Tarot of the Creative Imagination (1/6)
William Blake Tarot of the Creative Imagination
Dimensions: 130px * 199px
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The William Blake Tarot of the Creative Imagination deck was inspired by the artwork of the Romantic painter William Blake. Each card shows collages of reproductions of his work, and it's quite an unusual and distinctive style.
Wildwood Tarot (4/6)
Wildwood Tarot
Dimensions: 250px * 398px
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The Wildwood Tarot is a complete reconception and redesign of the popular Greenwood Tarot. This time author Mark Ryan is working with John Matthews, and illustrator Will Worthington of the DruidCraft Tarot, to the create this deck based on the seasonal rhythms and festivals of the ancient year. It's still in progress, but scheduled for mid-2011.
Amun Ra Tarot (2/6)
Amun Ra Tarot
Dimensions: 188px * 291px
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Fantastical Creatures Tarot (3/10)
Fantastical Creatures Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 331px
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The Fantastical Creatures Tarot has 78 cards of mythical creatures, fantasy animals and legendary races, painted in watercolours in Lisa Hunt's beautiful and detailed style. It's based on the Rider-Waite, but in this deck Swords are associated with Fire and Wands with Air.
Poppy's Tarot for the Workplace (4/8)
Poppy's Tarot for the Workplace
Dimensions: 185px * 274px
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Poppy's Tarot for the Workplace is a 215-card deck for oracular advice on work, business and career situations. It's divided into different sections and is read by selecting cards from each section. Like Poppy's Love Cards, there are no images, just upright and reversed text.
Rumi Tarot (1/6)
Rumi Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 316px
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The Rumi Tarot is based on Sufi traditions as interpreted by the medieval Persian mystic, Rumi. Created and meticulously painted by Nigel Jackson, who also was the author and artist of the Nigel Jackson Tarot.
Angels Tarot (4/8)
Angels Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 341px
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Angels from the Christian pantheon are featured on the major arcana cards, ilustrating in Robert Place's signature style. The minor arcana of the Angel Tarot are plain with only the appropriate symbols such as eight hearts, or two diamonds.
Sideshow Tarot (6/7)
Sideshow Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 317px
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The Sideshow Tarot is themed around a old time travelling sideshow. It's a dark circus of freaks, bearded ladies, mentalists, and carnies, in a full 78-card deck. It's been self-published by the author as a quality set in a wooden box.
Classic Tarot (6/6)
Classic Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 343px
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The Classic Tarot is a reproduction of a Milanese deck, dated 1835. The art is pen-and-ink and somewhat unusually coloured in bright oranges, lime greens and pinks but is the overall effect is harmonious.
Massalia Tarot (2/2)
Massalia Tarot
Dimensions: 619px * 477px
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The Massalia Tarot is inspired by the famous "Tarot de Marseille" one of my main tool for divination. Its a deck well known and widely used by European card readers as well as countries that had been highly influenced by European tradition like Brazil. The Masalia Tarot is an easy to read a deck, with a key word for each of the minor arcana. It is a wonderful deck for Tarot readers as well as Tarot collectors.
Angels, Gods and Goddesses Oracle Cards (4/8)
Angels, Gods and Goddesses Oracle Cards
Dimensions: 185px * 272px
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The Angels, Gods, and Goddesses Oracle Cards are another from Toni Carmine Salerno, this deck focusing on archetypal energies rather than specific religious deities. Each card has a colourful painting and spiritual advice at the bottom of the card. Packaged in sturdy cardboard case with a 64-page companion booklet.
Original Rider Waite Tarot (7/8)
Original Rider Waite Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 319px
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The Original Rider-Waite Tarot differs from the Rider-Waite Tarot, as it has less saturated colours and a brownish hue, titles as drawn by Pamela Colman-Smith, and a more decorative back pattern.
Picture Postcard Tarot (1/8)
Picture Postcard Tarot
Dimensions: 184px * 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.