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Angels Tarot (1/8)
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.
Jean Noblet Tarot (1/8)
Jean Noblet Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 307px
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The Jean Noblet Tarot is a Marseilles variant from 1650, restored and with a few missing cards added by French Tarot historian and artist Jean-Claude Flornoy. The deck has 78 cards and a useful 64-page booklet in a cardboard box.
Women of May Tarot (Tarocchi Donne di Maggio) (3/8)
Women of May Tarot (Tarocchi Donne di Maggio)
Dimensions: 298px * 498px
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The Women of May Tarot (also known as Tarocchi Donne di Maggio) was designed by Bianca Maria Rizzoli to commemorate the National Festival of Women held in Bologna, Italy in May of 1982. The artwork on the cards is simply crisp, clean and stunningly beautiful. The minors are fully illustrated differently for each suit, but remain the same throughout a given suit, with the appropriate number of symbols included. There are 78 cards plus two front cards and two small booklets written in Italian, all encased in their original sturdy plastic swing lid box which is labelled bearing one of the images on a card inside. Limited edition of 1,500 copies.
Greylight Tarot (9/9)
Greylight Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 271px
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Loosely based on the Thoth system, the Greylight Tarot is both deck and journal. The black and white images are annotated with notes and symbols and the cards are meant to be written on. Thoth keywords are printed at the foot of the pip cards and the pips also follow the symmetry of Freida Harris's illustrations. Available in an individually handmade edition from Chris Butler.
Voice of the Pythoness Oracle (10/10)
Voice of the Pythoness Oracle
Dimensions: 250px * 175px
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The Voice of the Pythoness Oracle has 52 landscape-oriented cards, illustrated with unique and colourful designs. Based on channeled information, the poems, statements and stories for each card are intended to be similar to the utterances of the Pythoness, the priestess of Delphi. The set also comes with an 80-page companion book.
Pixie's Hidden Lenormand (8/10)
Pixie's Hidden Lenormand
Dimensions: 184px * 295px
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Pixie's Hidden Lenormand (Pixie's Astounding Mlle Lenormand CardsPixie's Astounding Mlle Lenormand Cards) is a delightful Lenormand-style deck, built from imagery from the original Rider-Waite-Smith images by Pamela Colman-Smith. It has 38 cards (the regular 36 Lenormand cards plus extra Man and Woman cards). Self-published in an edition of 400 decks.
Middle Kingdom Tarot (4/6)
Middle Kingdom Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 278px
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The Middle Kingdom Tarot is a collection of images painted as illustrations for Seasons of the Witch calendars and planners, published by 7th House. The scope of the deck is as yet undetermined as it is a work in progress.
LiteraTarot Oceania (1/7)
LiteraTarot Oceania
Dimensions: 185px * 327px
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The LiteraTarot decks are the brain-child of the Italian Museo dei Tarocchi. In 2008 the theme of their yearly collaborative decks was the great classics of literature, and a deck was put together in each of the continents. This, the Oceania deck, was hosted by Fern Mercier and Lyn Olds and has cards from artists all over the region.
Rider-Waite Tarot (2/8)
Rider-Waite Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 318px
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The Rider-Waite Tarot is a classic Tarot deck, perhaps the most well-known in the Western world. It is often called the first modern Tarot deck, as the cards drawn by Pamela Colman-Smith and commissioned by Waite were the first to use detailed pictures on the minor arcana cards. This is a differently-coloured version to the Original Rider-Waite Tarot.
Major Tom's Tarot of Marseilles (7/9)
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.
Prediction Tarot (3/6)
Prediction Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 351px
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Published in the mid-eighties, this watercolour tarot is very low key. The art of the Prediction Tarot features pale blues, grey blues, grey greens and old gold inner borders. The minor arcana are pip cards.
Hanson-Roberts Tarot (1/8)
Hanson-Roberts Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 305px
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The Hanson-Roberts Tarot is the deck I learnt to read with.. it's an easy to understand one for beginners and has positive, slightly medieval artwork that was originally drawn in coloured pencil. Some of the humans look a little odd, but it grows on you.
I Misteri Della Sibilla (8/8)
I Misteri Della Sibilla
Dimensions: 200px * 322px
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I Misteri della Sibilla (Mysteries of the Sybil) is a 52-card Italian fortune-telling deck. The cards are watercolour, illustrating mainly daily life in Italian society around 1890, printed with simple keywords and playing card associations.
Arcus Arcanum Tarot (1/8)
Arcus Arcanum Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 288px
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The Arcus Arcanum Tarot is a more male-oriented deck, and has brightly coloured, scenic comic-book type artwork. It uses the typical suits of cups, wands, swords and disks.
Apple Tarot (6/6)
Apple Tarot
Dimensions: 186px * 255px
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Hand drawn pen and ink cards brightened with watercolour brushstrokes. Tarot scenes have been re-interpreted and the Apple Tarot is major arcana only. Printed in a limited edition of 200 decks.
22 Arcani Sec. XVIII (2/6)
22 Arcani Sec. XVIII
Dimensions: 207px * 329px
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Reproduction of a late 18th century tarot deck, with imagery far removed from the "Marseilles standard." Imagery includes a swan-enamored woman on the "Lovers" card to a baby-rescuing soldier on the "Hanged Man" card. The title translates as "18th Century Arcana." Published in 1991, in a limited edition of 1 000 copies. 22 cards in bookbinder-style cover with ribbon ties.
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.
Llewellyn Tarot (3/6)
Llewellyn Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 271px
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The Llewellyn Tarot is based on the legends and mythology of Wales, and celebrates the Welsh heritage of Tarot publishers, Llewellyn. The cards are illustrated in a similar mystical, watercolour style to the Legend: The Arthurian Tarot. Now released in a 78-card kit.
Medieval Enchantment Nigel Jackson Tarot (3/6)
Medieval Enchantment Nigel Jackson Tarot
Dimensions: 182px * 276px
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Based on Medieval/Renaissance symbolism and Pythagorean numerology, the Nigel Jackson Tarot looks polished and authentic. Bear in mind it associates Swords with Fire and Wands with Air, but it's a deck worth adding to any tarot collection.
2012: Tarot of Ascension (9/9)
2012: Tarot of Ascension
Dimensions: 185px * 337px
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2012: Tarot of Ascension has been designed as a tool for spiritual growth and evolution. It has images set in an imaginary medieval setting, with concealed new age symbols and secrets. The minors have been altered to better reflect the seeker's upward path, with some traditionally negative cards becoming more positive.
New Millennium Tarot (5/6)
New Millennium Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 239px
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A majors-only work in progress. The New Millennium Tarot by Lee Varis has vivid, intensely bright computer generated images.
Crystal Tarots (1/6)
Crystal Tarots
Dimensions: 185px * 341px
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The Crystal Tarots has multi-coloured cards with an art nouveau and stained glass look. The This is the 78 card edition, which was first published as a 22-card art deck, the Tarocchi di Vetro. The minors in the 78-card edition are a re-working of card designs originally by Eudes Picards.
Lakota Sweat Lodge Cards (1/2)
Lakota Sweat Lodge Cards
Dimensions: 482px * 228px
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The spiritual teachings of the Native American Sioux tribe are the focus of the 50 Lakota Sweat Lodge Cards, which are suited more for self-discovery than divination. The deck was inspired by the sacred Inipi, an ancient Lakota sweat lodge ceremony, used for healing and purification.
Pizazz Tarot (4/8)
Pizazz Tarot
Dimensions: 268px * 399px
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The Pizzazz Tarot is a minimalist deck that allows colour to play as big a role in a reading as the symbolism. Silhouetted people and suit emblems are set against the striped coloured backgrounds of the 78 cards. Available from the artist in a limited edition of 100 decks.
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.
Karty Tarot (8/9)
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.
8-Bit Tarot (1/8)
8-Bit Tarot
Dimensions: 176px * 304px
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The 8-bit Tarot was started as an homage to the video games the artist grew up with, imagining the Rider-Waite tarot as if it were designed by a video game graphics artist. The characters on the cards are rounded and cartoony, the colors bright, the art fully pixellated, and the images drawn directly using the Rider-Waite as a guide.
Crystal Tarot (2/5)
Crystal Tarot
Dimensions: 181px * 297px
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The Crystal Tarot links tarot with crystal therapy. The major arcana have fairly standard imagery, but the minors are non-scenic. The illustrations were created by the same artist as the cards of the Art of Tarot.
Medieval Cat Tarot (1/6)
Medieval Cat Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 358px
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The Medieval Cat Tarot is an elegant deck of aristocratic felines in Renaissance dress and style. The 78 cards have traditional roots but have been updated and simplified in symbolism, making it suitable for beginners and the more experienced reader.
Walter's Tarot (6/6)
Walter's Tarot
Dimensions: 190px * 328px
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Walter's Tarot deck is a computer-generated one, with no human figures but some interesting landscapes. I like his Three of Cups card.
Tarot of Ceremonial Magick (12/12)
Tarot of Ceremonial Magick
Dimensions: 144px * 233px
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The Tarot of Ceremonial Magick is a brightly coloured Tarot deck with art that includes pieces from many systems, overlaid with Hebrew, astrological and other assorted symbols. Suited for beginners to ceremonial magick.
Faeries Oracle (5/7)
Faeries Oracle
Dimensions: 185px * 312px
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Take a journey into Faeryland and its beautiful scenes of elves, pixies, trolls, and of course, faeries. Digital images don't do the Faeries Oracle deck justice.
Gilded Tarot (5/6)
Gilded Tarot
Dimensions: 183px * 308px
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The Gilded Tarot is a digitally drawn and visually sumptous Rider-Waite style tarot from the talented Ciro Marchetti. The 78 card deck is available from Llewellyn as well as in a handmade edition.
Karmic Tarot (5/6)
Karmic Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 280px
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Russian published, the Karmic Tarot deck has reasonably life-like looking, prettily illustrated majors and court cards, but plain pips for the minors.
Sensual Goddess Tarot (1/1)
Sensual Goddess Tarot
Dimensions: 700px * 622px
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The Sensual Goddess Tarot celebrates the power of the feminine aspect through photographic imagery of real women. Its 78 cards are designed for women to tap into their own sensual feminine energy.
Big Water Tarot (1/6)
Big Water Tarot
Dimensions: 184px * 260px
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The Big Water Tarot is based on the Masonic and other traditions hidden in children's rhymes and games. The cards in this unpublished deck are hand-drawn and coloured.
Royal Britain Tarot (1/6)
Royal Britain Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 320px
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The Royal Britain Tarot is an educational tarot deck based on the characters and activities of the monarchy of Great Britain from the Dark Ages to the present day.
Les Adorables Tarot (1/6)
Les Adorables Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 450px
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Les Adorables has thin, long cards illustrated in a cute watercolour anime style. It's majors only but has 23 cards - the extra is the Happy Squirrel card, made famous by 'The Simpsons'.
Dali Universal Tarot (3/4)
Dali Universal Tarot
Dimensions: 326px * 579px
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Salvador Dali assembled and painted 78 collages in his unique surrealist vision. An exquisite deck for historians, art lovers, and collectors, the oversized cards are each individually signed and edged in gold. For the Major Arcana, titles are given in English and Spanish, with the corresponding Hebrew letter and astrological symbol also shown. The instruction booklet comes in four languages; English, Spanish, German, and French, and includes 3 card spreads.
Mystic Meg Tarot (2/6)
Mystic Meg Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 326px
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Mystic Meg's Tarot cards have been created by Caroline Smith, of the Elemental Tarot. The majors have been renamed to more positive titles and are attractive, but the suit cards are perhaps too sparse for beginners.
Healing with the Faeries Oracle (2/6)
Healing with the Faeries Oracle
Dimensions: 179px * 276px
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By Doreen Virtue, author of several oracle decks, the Healing with the Faeries Oracle is a non-tarot deck has pretty pictures of fairies and a single word or phrase to sum up on each card.
I Tarocchi Di Renato Guttoso (4/5)
I Tarocchi Di Renato Guttoso
Dimensions: 191px * 290px
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Originally published in 1983, the Tarocchi Guttuso was commissioned by Moda 90 of Trieste, who charged Guttuso with the task of creating a truly 'modern' tarot. Guttuso's illustrations are by turns satirical, 'hip' and erotic.
Golden Tarot of the Renaissance (2/6)
Golden Tarot of the Renaissance
Dimensions: 185px * 342px
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The Golden Tarot of the Renaissance is based on the fifteenth-century French deck, the Charles VI (also known as the Estensi) of which only 17 cards remain. Lo Scarabeo's full set of 78 cards have been created in attractive watercolours and finished with a gold leaf background.
Ghost Tarot (3/9)
Ghost Tarot
Dimensions: 255px * 464px
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The Ghost Tarot is an ethereal and unearthly 78 card deck illustrated by Davide Corsi. It's set in a moonlit landscape of haunted castles, ghosts and barely visible spectres, and takes an unusual, romantic and creative approach to the standard tarot scenes.
Neuzeit Tarot (3/3)
Neuzeit Tarot
Dimensions: 504px * 714px
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A very trippy tarot deck, the characters on the cards of the Neuzeit Tarot (New Age Tarot) have odd faces and some of the cards are just strange. The card titles are printed in English, French and German.
Golden Tarot of the Renaissance (2/6)
Golden Tarot of the Renaissance
Dimensions: 185px * 342px
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The Golden Tarot of the Renaissance is based on the fifteenth-century French deck, the Charles VI (also known as the Estensi) of which only 17 cards remain. Lo Scarabeo's full set of 78 cards have been created in attractive watercolours and finished with a gold leaf background.
Colquhoun Taro (5/6)
Colquhoun Taro
Dimensions: 264px * 400px
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The cards of this Taro, by occult writer and artist Ithell Colquhoun, are reminiscent of Rorschach ink blots. The images were made by pouring enamel paint onto a flat sheet of paper, for a swirling abstract effect. It's a full 78 card deck, now in print from Adam McLean more than thirty years after it was originally created.
Healing Earth Tarot (4/6)
Healing Earth Tarot
Dimensions: 173px * 218px
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It's unfortunate this pretty deck is no longer in print, with its bright and highly coloured art. The Healing Tarot incorporates images from all races and religions, and has two extra suits, Feathers and Pipes.
World Spirit Tarot (6/9)
World Spirit Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 267px
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People are the focus of this earthy but lighthearted tarot deck: people of every shape, age, hue and ethnicity. The World Spirit Tarot has recognisable and readable tarot scenes that were created by being carved out of lino, printed, then hand coloured. It isn't pretty art, as such, but it is lively, inclusive and joyful.
Tarot Philatelique (5/6)
Tarot Philatelique
Dimensions: 185px * 347px
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The Tarot Philatelique (or Philatelic Tarot) is a French deck designed to play the game of Tarot, rather than for readings. The majors and court cards feature French stamps and the minors are very similar to playing cards.
Hello Kitty Tarot (2/6)
Hello Kitty Tarot
Dimensions: 161px * 243px
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The Hello, Tarot is a very cute black and white deck that uses the traditional Rider-Waite tarot scenes, but with Hello Kitty as the main character. Now out of print, the deck is unfortunately becoming harder to obtain.
Phantomwise Tarot (6/8)
Phantomwise Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 269px
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The Phantomwise Tarot was painted in acrylics in black and white and shades of gray. The name is taken from a Lewis Carroll poem and the deck itself contains a bit of Wonderland whimsy and quirkiness. The full deck is still in progress, but there is a 22-card edition published by Adam McLean out now.
A'HA Oracle (3/9)
A'HA Oracle
Dimensions: 185px * 257px
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The A'HA Oracle has 77 cards (18 colour cards and 56 black and white cards) with intuitive mandala artworks on each. The deck is designed to spark resonance between universal symbols and our collective unconscious, and be a tool for contemplation, spiritual guidance and clear insight.
Tarot Sola Busca (3/8)
Tarot Sola Busca
Dimensions: 249px * 470px
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Tarot Sola Busca is a careful reproduction of the 15th century tarot deck, which was the earliest deck to have 78 fully illustrated scenic cards. This is a very high quality, limited edition set from Lo Scarabeo in their Anima Antiqua series.