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The Alchemical Tarot: Renewed is an updated edition of Robert Place's Alchemical Tarot. It has improved illustrations, an extra Lovers card to make a total of 79 cards in the deck, and smaller borders around the scenes. Now out in a third edition as well.
The Alchemical Wedding Tarot is a somewhat dark deck with an otherworldly, dream-like quality. The sepia-toned art was created from collage organised on computer, featuring strong imagery of people appearing in masks and semi-animal forms. The 22-card limited edition is now sold out.
The cards of the Alchemist Tarot are dark, using lots of black and greys, and the figures have an interesting vampiric look. It's an unpublished deck by the creator of the Crow's Magick Tarot.
The Alchemist Tarot is an otherworldly, magickal tarot with figures of alienesque elegance. Artist Londa Marks has hand-printed the 22 cards in giclee on fine art paper, giving them a weightly quality and vibrant colour. Definitely one for the deck collectors.
The Alchemist's Spell Tarot is part of the Complete Wish Granting Kit, which is designed for psychic tarot readings in conjunction with 154 spells. The 22 stunning major arcana cards come with a list of spells on the backs.
The Alchemy 1977 England Tarot is a darker tarot with a horror edge. Many of the scenes on the majors feature grinning skeletons, while the court have a dark fantasy feel. The minor arcana don't have scenes, but the suit elements are decorated to fit the theme.
An amusing English tarot deck paying homage to all aspects of drinking. Beginning with The Drunken Fool, the majors of the Alcohol Tarot cover beer, spirits, wine, pubs, raucous ladies, even the dreaded morning after, in true-to-life photographic style.
The striking, fascinating artwork in the classic Aleister Crowley Thoth Tarot was conceptualised by the famous occultist and Golden Dawn member, Aleister Crowley, and created by Lady Frieda Harris. This edition of the deck has 80 cards, which includes three versions of the Magus card.
The Aleister Crowley Thoth Tarot Pocket Edition is the playing-card size version of the classic tarot deck. It reproduces Crowley's famous imagery but at the smaller size makes it difficult to discern all the symbolic detail.
The Aleph Tarot was published in 1994, printed for the Musée Lilim in France, an association for collaborative arts that is dedicated to the 'myth of Lilith and her children'. The 22 watercolour paintings are detailed yet soft, and reminiscent of Thoth imagery. Now also the latest of Adam McLean's Art Tarot publications, some twelve years after the original printing.