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The Abysmal Tarot is a new alternative, art tarot with a satanic theme. It is a quality set with 22 cards by ten different artists, each featuring a Devil or demonic aspect. Published in a limited edition of 333 copies, with 22 of these decks having an extra card called Abigor.
The Abyssal Tarot is a unique art deck with 78 images of sensual underwater photography. The evocative images are aligned with the Rider-Waite tradition, though they differ in appearance.
Created to accompany a roleplaying game of the same name, the Act With Tarot has black and white illustrated art with a dark manga look. The card scenes are tarot-related, though non-traditional.
The Adrian Tarot has digitally edited photographic images with a very modern, sexy feel and was created as part of a college project. A figure, usually human, floats in the foreground of the cards on the misty abstract background. Unusual thin white line drawings are overlaid on the borderless cards.
The Advaitarot is a modern, cross-cultural deck with collaged imagery from nature and human civilisation. The 78-card deck is self-published in an English edition.
Affirmations for the Everyday Goddess brings together the tarot archetypes, affirmations, and the essence of the divine feminine, in a visually stunning set of 22 cards. The companion book is a solid 110-page spiritual guidebook.
The Affirmations for Women deck has 60 cards, each with an uplifting, inspirational message. There are no images, just text on a coloured background, which allows the affirmation to speak plainly and help you improve your mindset and wellbeing.
The African American Tarot is a strong and vibrantly coloured deck of scenes and imagery of African and Afro-American culture, animals and art. According to the booklet, each card is linked with an important deity, character or location in African-American history.
The African Tarot is a cute revision of the standard Rider-Waite with an African theme. Thick black outlines surround bright colours in the simple and two-dimensional art on small-size cards.
The Afro-Brazilian Tarot is dedicated to the divinities of the African Yoruban and Brazilian Candomble religions, and combines these and Santeria with the archetypes of tarot.