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The AskTheAnswer Tarot was created as an online deck to accompany a website. It has simple images that don't frighten beginners, and would appear sharp and clear on-screen. The circular Tarot scenes are unique on the majors and courts, but repeated on the numbered minor arcana cards.
The Astro Mythological cards has 52 reading cards similar to the suits of playing cards, and 2 extra male and female cards. The deck is a Mlle Lenormand style and is based upon Greek and Egyptian mythology.
The Astro Tarot, published by Art Fair Inc in 1970, has just 42 cards. It's major arcana and court cards (there are no numbered minor cards) have a central black and white Marseilles figure inset into light and dark yellow borders. Titled in French and English.
Russell Grant's Astro-Tarot Pack mixes astrology and Tarot in 64 whimsical, fairytale illustrations. The deck has 22 major arcana cards, 4 Aces, 12 sun sign cards, 12 Chinese astrology signs, and 14 cards associated with planets and other astrological phenomena.
The Astrological Oracle has lush illustrations in an art nouveau style by Antonella Castelli. The 22 cards picture the astrological signs, as well the sun, moon, and planets as represented by Roman deities.
The Astrological Oracle is stunning oracle illustrated in a romantic, lush Art Nouveau style. There are 22 personified cards in the deck: 12 zodiac cards and 10 planet cards. As well as being a basic introduction to elemental astrology, it's also a beautiful oracle deck.
Only the one card, Temperance, has been created so far in this lovely part-photographic/part-collage Tarot deck.
The Atavist Tarot is a non-traditional and original deck, with abstract images from various sources on its fully illustrated cards. Recommended for more experienced readers.
A light-hearted and simplified re-creation of Coleman-Smith's designs for the Rider-Waite. The Ator Tarot is suitable for children, beginners and experienced readers alike.
The Attuned: A Moon Cycle Deck features 28 cards of unique goddess art, inspired by feminine archetypes from Indian, European, African and Native American cultures.