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Almost similar enough to the Rider-Waite to be classed as a clone deck, The Builders of the Adytum Tarot is printed in black and white only and is intended to be coloured by the user.
The Babylonian Tarot is a unique deck based on the cosmology and legends of the Ancient Sumerians, Mesopotamians and Babylonians, who lived more than 4000 years ago. There are 83 cards in this occult deck, including an extra major arcana card titled Genesis and another court card in each suit.
The Bacchus Tarot is a large-size art deck inspired by the god of wine: Bacchus to the Romans, Dionysus to the Greeks. The major arcana show the events and adventures of the life of Bacchus, the suits illustrate aspects of the industry of wine-making, and the court cards represent the major wine-making countries. From the creator of the Medieval Scapini Tarot.
The Bach Flower Inspirational Cards has 38 lovely art nouveau, floral cards, each linked with a specific Bach Flower Essence. The essences help with spiritual or emotional unbalances.
The Badgers Forest Tarot is the fourth deck from Nakisha, with 78 borderless cards illustrated with animals in their natural surroundings. The major arcana feature deer, bison, chipmunks, bears and more. In the minor arcana, badgers are swords, foxes are cups, rabbits are wands and crows are pentacles. The deck is self-published by the artist.
A deck in progress, the Banx Tarot cards are large and painted with watercolour scenes. Keywords frame the top and bottom of each card, with three or four for the upright position and two for reversed.
Although the Bapst-Hall Tarot has been re-structured to fit a gay theme, it is a deck usable by anyone. The original, computer-based artwork is colourful, and larger than life.
The Barbara Walker Tarot depicts goddesses and gods from mythology all over the world. Positive, negative and in-between deities are all shown, creating a complex deck which can seem a little disturbing to those unfamiliar with the myths.
The Barbieri Tarot is a vibrant, powerfully illustrated 78 card deck from Italian artist and master of the fantasy genre, Paolo Barbieri. Selections of his dark, fiery and detailed art have been chosen to fit the tarot archetypes.
The Baroque Bohemian Cats' Tarot is one-of-a-kind. Three elements: real cats of all colours and breeds, gorgeous Baroque costumes, and a luxurious European environment, have been digitally blended into a workable Tarot deck for all cat lovers.