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Suitable for beginning Tarot users, the Aquarian Tarot deck is a different presentation of the traditional card symbols and suits of Rods, Cups, Swords and Pentacles. Originally published in the 1970s, it's been out in several editions since.
The Aquarian Tarot in a Tin is a re-issue of David Palladini's art deco deck, the Aquarian Tarot. This edition is the 78 card set packaged in a sturdy purse-size tin.
The artist has repainted Pamela Colman-Smith's drawings in watercolours. The images are very soft and quite lovely. The Aquatic Tarot is definitely my favourite of the Rider-Waite clone decks, but unfortunately it is unpublished and not available in print.
The Arcana of the Red Jester has 22 cards with the Jester present throughout the Fool's Journey. The artist has focused on simple symbols to express depth of meaning through line and limited colour. A few self-published decks are available from the artist.
The Arcanas of the Star is a 22-card art deck with the look of a high-quality comic book. It has modern, somewhat ambiguous images with dramatic and and intense feel. From French painter and artist Phillipe Rouchier.
The Archangel Oracle Cards feature 15 angels from various religions and traditions over 45 cards. The top two-thirds of each card has an attractive angel ilustration, while the lower third has the card's title and advice from its archangel. This set by Doreen Virtue is a popular one for people who have never used Tarot cards.
The Archangel Power Tarot is the second foray into tarot by highly popular New Age author, Doreen Virtue. This heavily modified deck features Photoshopped, collaged art that ranges from fantasy to medieval to modern, with a pretty archangel and a positive message on each card.
Archangel Raphael Healing Oracle Cards is a deck from Doreen Virtue and has 44 cards, each with a painting of the angel Raphael. The deck is designed for health and healing readings, or to awaken your own healing abilities.
An oracle deck with brightly coloured watercolour paintings and faceless human figures, the Archeology of the Soul Cards embody sacred images and spiritual references in the 70 archetypal cards.
The Archeon Tarot features a mix of traditional and non-traditional imagery in dream-like digital collage, inspired by the author's personal symbolism and mythology.