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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.
The Amun Ra Tarot has cards hand-drawn in Indian ink and rotary pen, with very minimal use of computer graphics programs. The art is intricate, and each card has many elements. This fascinating deck is currently available for online viewing only.
The Amy Brown Oracle is a 30-card oracle with pretty and feminine fairy images and a tarot basis. It has 22 major arcana, five elemental cards, and three Wild cards - Choice, Mystery and Passion. The set also includes a polarity coin and 14-sided die.
The Analytical Tarot cards are borderless paintings of unusual, non-traditional tarot scenes with faceless, slightly alien looking figures. Cards have been renamed in an attempt to reconstruct the basic meaning of the tarot.
The Ananda Tarot is a stunning 78 card deck of beautifully coloured, dreamlike computer-generated art. Titles on these cards are in German but an English edition is available.
The Ancestral Path Tarot combines traditional Native American, feudal Japanese, Arthurian English and Egyptian symbols and images into a beautiful set of 78 tarot cards. Each suit of the minor arcana is matched with a particular culture or tradition.
The Ancient Animal Wisdom Oracle has 38 vibrant, cleverly illustrated animal spirit cards. Each card features a different African animal, linked with an inspirational passage, chosen to help the reader hear their own intuition and find clarity.
The Ancient Egyptian Oracle: The Cards of Ra-Maat are a set of 72 cards intended for divination. The deck is divided into Pylons (the blue cards); Arits (similar to chakras); Cubits (the black cards); and Deities (the white cards).
The Ancient Egyptian Senet Tarot Oracle Deck uses the historical tarot structure to build a unique deck of wholly Ancient Egyptian deities, icons, and symbology. The regular 78 cards are titled in Chinese and English, and there is one extra card that sums up the trumps.
Tarot structure and Egyptology have been blended seamlessly in this lifelike-looking deck of Ancient Egypt. The author has drawn on a mix of Egyptian history, mythology and daily life to produce the very readable 78 Ancient Egyptian Tarot cards.