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Magic Tarot (4/7)
Magic Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 321px
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The Russian-published Magic Tarot has images composed with digital collage, combining classical art with esoteric and magical symbols. The minor arcana are also fully illustrated in a similar individual style.
Dog Wisdom Cards (4/7)
Dog Wisdom Cards
Dimensions: 185px * 263px
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The Dog Wisdom Cards are twin to the Cat Wisdom Cards, and each card features cute puppies of all shapes and sizes photographed on a white background. The cards have keyword titles. From Australian deck creator Toni Carmine Salerno.
TaRat (7/7)
TaRat
Dimensions: 130px * 176px
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The TaRat is a cute miniature novelty deck, painted in watercolour, that features white rats as the tarot characters.
Tarot of Robots (4/4)
Tarot of Robots
Dimensions: 179px * 307px
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Sleek and burnished as its subject, the Tarot of Robots is a science fictional artdeck that uses android figures to populate its images.
Tarot Tags (4/4)
Tarot Tags
Dimensions: 174px * 302px
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The Tarot Tags are major arcana tarot images that started as a deck and have been made into jewellery. Kathleen King's original, diverse, full-colour Tarot scenes have been stamped onto stainless steel dog tags that can be worn on a necklace.
Jonathan Dee Tarot Pack (5/6)
Jonathan Dee Tarot Pack
Dimensions: 185px * 329px
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These cards, by Jonathan Dee and artist Shirley Barker, have been published as part of several beginner sets. The tarot symbolism has been redrawn and simplified, and the suits have unillustrated pip cards.
Lothrop Lenormand (4/10)
Lothrop Lenormand
Dimensions: 250px * 429px
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The Lothrop Lenormand is designed for lovers of well-worn antique cards, and is a pastiche based around lithographs and antique prints. It's available in two versions: a coloured version designed as vintage aquatints, and an uncoloured version designed as monochrome engravings. The deck is now available for preorder.
Shadowscapes Tarot (5/9)
Shadowscapes Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 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.
Celebration of Love Oracle Cards (6/6)
Celebration of Love Oracle Cards
Dimensions: 185px * 274px
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The Celebration of Love Oracle Cards is based on 'celebrating everything in our lives and world through the purity of love'. There are 60 cards with an inspirational keyword at the top and an inset angel, dolphin, fairy or fantasy illustration.
Power Deck (2/3)
Power Deck
Dimensions: 460px * 201px
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The Power Deck is a meditation deck showing photographic landscape scenes on the front of the cards and explanatory text and the meaning on the back. The Power Tarot is unusual in that the pictures are postcard shaped instead of portrait style like a normal deck.
Middle Kingdom Tarot (3/6)
Middle Kingdom Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 274px
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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.
Le Macchine di Leonardo (1/6)
Le Macchine di Leonardo
Dimensions: 185px * 348px
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Le Macchine di Leonardo is a majors-only Tarot deck in Italian. The rectangular cards are non-standard, with inset images of Leonardo da Vinci's machines, inventions, and creations matched to the 22 Tarot cards.
Amber Tarot (2/6)
Amber Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 315px
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Mab, Oberon and other leaders of the Fae feature in the sumptuous major arcana of this French tarot deck, while the court card characters are drawn from Amber, a sci-fi fantasy series. The minor arcana of the Amber Tarot are, unfortunately, plain pip cards.
Metrosexual Tarot (7/8)
Metrosexual Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 313px
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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.
Women of May Tarot (Tarocchi Donne di Maggio) (6/8)
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.
Venetian Historical Tarot (5/5)
Venetian Historical Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 339px
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The Venetian Historical Tarot is a majors-only Italian Tarot set, with detailed and fanciful images on its rectangular cards; illustrations of the city of Venice in the Renaissance and later times.
Cagliostro Tarot (2/6)
Cagliostro Tarot
Dimensions: 182px * 322px
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First published in Italy in 1912, the Cagliostro Tarot has illustrated majors and playing-card like minors. The deck has a strong astrological connection and each card has a corresponding celestial symbol. The cards are reversible and the suits are Clubs, Hearts, Spades and Diamonds.
Hawaiian Oracle (1/5)
Hawaiian Oracle
Dimensions: 197px * 282px
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The Hawaiian Oracle has very pretty cards of the animal spirits of Hawaii, drawing on the Hawaiian mythology and traditions. There are 36 cards and a 144-page guidebook with explanations.
Universal Love Cards (3/8)
Universal Love Cards
Dimensions: 185px * 267px
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The Universal Love Healing Oracle Cards has 45 intuitive paintings from Australian artist Toni Carmine Salerno, and is packaged with a 60-page book. A deck for inspiration, guidance and healing.
Deva Tarot (6/6)
Deva Tarot
Dimensions: 250px * 303px
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The Deva Tarot is a 93-card set, with a whole extra suit, Triax. The Deva Tarot cards show somewhat Thoth-inspired paintings, surrounded by a thick greyish border and multi-lingual titles.
Cook's Tarot (9/9)
Cook's Tarot
Dimensions: 310px * 456px
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The Cook's Tarot celebrates cooks: those who gather, create, serve food and physical and spiritual nourishment for others. The deck has 78 lively cards depicting modern scenes of kitchens, restaurants and cooking, all based on the traditional Rider-Waite imagery.
Mythic World Tarot (4/8)
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
Tempest Tarot (1/7)
Tempest Tarot
Dimensions: 300px * 427px
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A major arcana deck created to accompany a compputer game from South Korea, the Tempest Tarot has artwork featuring the game characters and English titles. This went on sale in Korea in December 1998, but in 2000 was revamped for the Taiwanese and Japanese market. The original version came on four CD-Roms with a booklet (in Korean) and the set of tarot cards. Tarots associated with computer games are sometimes difficult to acquire as there are many collectors of computer games and consequently the price can be rather higher than one would wish, but that is because of the fact that there are many people chasing a few items. Often these tarots reflect too much the imagery of the game and have almost no tarot content, but the Korean Tempest tarot is very much a tarot deck. The imagery is set, rather attractively, within a muted brown border with cloud like forms, in which is a complex linear structure framing the images of the cards. The Fool is conventional, tripping along with his dog and his bundle. The Lovers are placed facing in opposite directions with their backs to a central tree. Death is a rather severe skeleton in a dark robe.
Winged Enchantment Oracle (5/7)
Winged Enchantment Oracle
Dimensions: 300px * 497px
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The Winged Enchantment Oracle has 39 shape-shifting cards inspired by the legends and splendour of the bird and avian world. Each card is linked with a specific bird, and is illustrated by well-known tarot artist, Lisa Hunt, in her signature mystical and flowing style.
Bacchus Tarot (8/8)
Bacchus Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 336px
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The Bacchus Tarot is a large-size art deck inspired by the god of wine: Bacchus to the Romans, Dionysus to the Greeks. The major arcana show the events and adventures of the life of Bacchus, the suits illustrate aspects of the industry of wine-making, and the court cards represent the major wine-making countries
Love is in the Earth - Crystal Tarot (9/9)
Love is in the Earth - Crystal Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 267px
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The Love is in the Earth Crystal Tarot is from Melody, author of the Love is in the Earth book series, and takes a Thoth foundation and overlays a New Age theme. It has 79 borderless cards (including an extra major arcana card, Millenium) with busy and multi-coloured illustrations.
Vulpine Tarot (3/5)
Vulpine Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 309px
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The Vulpine Tarot is a colorful, 78-card fantasy deck characterised by its anthropomorphic foxes. The deck breaks away from the cookie-cutter imagery of Waite-Smith clones, and has a different feel inspired in part by the Witches Tarot. The deck is still in progress, as is its accompanying book.
Karty Tarot (3/9)
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.
Rainring Cards (4/8)
Rainring Cards
Dimensions: 185px * 190px
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The Rainring Cards are a very uniquely customised type of divination system and tool for self-knowledge. The 94 cards are square, and have a central image and meanings on all four sides.
Ansata Tarot (2/5)
Ansata Tarot
Dimensions: 144px * 233px
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Originally sealed complete Ansata Tarot deck, with instruction in original vinyl case. Out of print first English edition. Minor box shelf wear. The Ansata Tarot was created to go with the German book Astrologie und Tarot by B. A. Mertz. The Ansata Tarot contains only the 22 major arcana cards. It emphasizes the relationship between tarot and astrology. Each card corresponds to one of the ten planets or twelve signs of the zodiac. The card's name, number and astrological sign are shown at the bottom. The Ansata Tarot comes in a plastic slipcase that opens to the side.
Angels Tarot (3/8)
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.
Tarot of Marseilles by Claude Burdel, 1751 (8/9)
Tarot of Marseilles by Claude Burdel, 1751
Dimensions: 185px * 339px
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This version of the Tarot of Marseilles is a reproduction of cards by Claude Burdel created in 1751, republished in 1987. Titled in Italian, English, French, Spanish and German.
Honto no Jibun o Shiru Uranai (2/2)
Honto no Jibun o Shiru Uranai
Dimensions: 597px * 310px
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Abstract figures populate the 22 cards of this unusual Japanese deck. The characters' elongated, rubbery features are executed in strange combinations of colors, making for an intriguing, if somewhat disconcerting, exploration of the standard major arcana archetypes.
Aleister Crowley Thoth Tarot (6/9)
Aleister Crowley Thoth Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 291px
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The striking, fascinating artwork in this deck was created by the famous occultist and Golden Dawn member, Aleister Crowley. The Thoth Tarot deck is regarded as another classic Tarot deck, but some previous knowledge of tarot would help when using this deck. This edition of the deck has 80 cards, which included three versions of the Magus card.
Brain-Heart Tarot (2/3)
Brain-Heart Tarot
Dimensions: 378px * 500px
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Celebration of Love Oracle Cards (5/6)
Celebration of Love Oracle Cards
Dimensions: 185px * 274px
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The Celebration of Love Oracle Cards is based on 'celebrating everything in our lives and world through the purity of love'. There are 60 cards with an inspirational keyword at the top and an inset angel, dolphin, fairy or fantasy illustration.
Medieval Tarot (1/8)
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.
Connolly Tarot (3/9)
Connolly Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 316px
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The Connolly Tarot is a set of 78 rather beautiful vibrant and vivid cards. They have kinder, gentler tarot imagery with a Christian influence. The author has also toned down two 'scary' cards in the deck: Death is now Transition and the Devil is Materialism.
Planetary Ascension Tarot (6/6)
Planetary Ascension Tarot
Dimensions: 181px * 264px
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The Planetary Ascension Tarot is an unpublished and very unusual tarot deck. Swirls of colour, flowing curves and a feeling of movement dominate the painted artwork.
Tarot of the Sweet Twilight (4/8)
Tarot of the Sweet Twilight
Dimensions: 185px * 343px
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The Tarot of the Sweet Twilight is a uniquely illustrated deck with artwork very reminiscent of Tim Burton's films. It's slightly surreal, vibrantly coloured, and provides a great jumping-off point for intuitive readings.
Nefertari's Tarot (1/6)
Nefertari's Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 335px
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An ancient Egyptian Tarot themed deck with a difference - Nefertari's Tarot has a background of goil foil on the cards. This deck is stunning, though the digital images look nowhere near as good as the actual cards.
Hudes Tarot (1/6)
Hudes Tarot
Dimensions: 186px * 324px
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The figures and scenes in the Hudes Tarot cards are very medieval/Renaissance style, and maps, constellation charts, astrology and alchemy all make an appearance in this pretty but somewhat melancholy Tarot deck.
Lurianic Tarot (6/6)
Lurianic Tarot
Dimensions: 200px * 314px
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The Lurianic Tarot contains symbols, imagery and esoteric information on each card which align it with the Jewish Kabbalistic teachings of R. Isaac Luria. Now published and available in a tuckbox with pouch, and with a companion PDF document.
Thelema Tarot (1/9)
Thelema Tarot
Dimensions: 248px * 431px
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Rich in esoteric symbolism, magically inspired, and beautifully illustrated, the Thelema Tarot is woven like an enchanting spell. Let the evocative cards of this deck be your guide as you explore the edge between light and dark, love and struggle. With deep wisdom and the levity of true inspiration, this is a reading deck for beginners and tarot adepts alike.
Magic Tarot (1/7)
Magic Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 321px
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The Russian-published Magic Tarot has images composed with digital collage, combining classical art with esoteric and magical symbols. The minor arcana are also fully illustrated in a similar individual style.
Winged Spirit Tarot (6/6)
Winged Spirit Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 280px
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Winged spirits - angels - are represented in this art deck, drawn and placed upon a featureless monochromatic background. The contrast highlights the poses and detail of the central figures in the Winged Spirit Tarot.
Silent Tarot (2/9)
Silent Tarot
Dimensions: 187px * 253px
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The Silent Tarot has 78 cards created with a huge variety of media and techniques - paper, wood, glass, bones, paint, stamps, wax, pastels and more. The art was scanned to make the printed deck but still retains a three-dimensional look. Previously available in a large-size limited edition, it's now out as a smaller size edition as well.
Fantastico Viaggio di un Manichino (3/6)
Fantastico Viaggio di un Manichino
Dimensions: 185px * 380px
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The Fantastico Viaggio di un Manichino, which roughly translates to "The Fantastic Voyage of a Mannequin" is a 22-card deck from Osvaldo Menegazzi. Each large-size card pictures a faceless wooden puppet in modern and slightly surreal surroundings.
Wiccan Cards (6/8)
Wiccan Cards
Dimensions: 185px * 301px
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The Wiccan Cards are specially designed to be an easy introduction to Wicca and show symbols from Pagan life. Pleasantly, the cards have minimal text and thin borders, the less to distract from the images.
Poppy's Tarot for the Workplace (7/8)
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.
Love and Mystery Tarot (4/6)
Love and Mystery Tarot
Dimensions: 186px * 317px
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The Love and Mystery Tarot is a romantic Japanese published tarot deck with comic-book like art. It uses the Rider-Waite structure, but the images aren't traditional. Titles on the 78 cards are printed at the top and bottom so it's possible to read them reversed or upright.
Deviant Moon Tarot (9/9)
Deviant Moon Tarot
Dimensions: 185px * 351px
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The Deviant Moon Tarot has surreal, very unique, and sometimes disturbing moonlit artwork. It's inspired by (and incorporates) images of cemetaries and mental asylums, and designed to illuminate deeper parts of the subsconscious. The talented illustrator is also a tarot student, and the deck is the result of three years of artistic work.
Mage The Awakening Tarot (3/5)
Mage The Awakening Tarot
Dimensions: 206px * 353px
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Mage The Awakening Tarot was made for use with a role-playing game, but also works as a stand-alone tarot.
Writings of Ki'usha Cards (2/3)
Writings of Ki'usha Cards
Dimensions: 117px * 176px
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The Writings of Ki'usha Cards is a very stark and plain oracle deck, depicting unusual sigils and calligraphic symbols in black ink on white cards. Now self-published and available from the artist.