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The Baseball Tarot is a quality Tarot cards-and-book set with 78 borderless, oversized, and very glossy cards. The major arcana have titles altered to fit the baseball theme, while the minors are divided into suits of Mitts (Cups), Balls (Swords), Bats (Wands), and Bases (Coins), each with twelve suit cards and two courts (Coach and MVP). It's much, much better than the other Tarot of Baseball.
A modern interpretation of the traditional tarot motifs, the Basic Tarot has splashy overlaid colour and heavily treated images.
An interesting insight into the Basque people who live in mountainous Northern Spain. The text of the Basque Mythical Tarot is printed in three languages - Spanish, English and the Basque.
The Beautiful Creatures Tarot is a collaboration between author J.r. Rivera and oracle illustrator, Jasmine Becket-Griffith. This 80 card tarot (it has two extra Wild cards) has her typically big eyed, doll-like characters set in a mystical world.
The Beginner's Guide To Tarot is an ideal kit for the novice tarot reader. There are a clearly and attractively illustrated set of 78 cards inspired by the Rider-Waite and Visconti-Sforza Tarot decks, and a 192-page book written by Juliet Sharman-Burke.
The Beginner's Tarot is a packaged set for the tarot newcomer including an 80-page book and 78 pleasantly illustrated cards inspired by Tarot de Marseilles woodcuts as well as Rider-Waite imagery.
The Belly Dancer's Oracle features illustrations and photos of real-life belly dancers and representations of Middle Eastern food, icons, words and phrases and more. Self-published by and available from the artist.
The Bifrost Tarot is a modernisation of the Thoth Tarot, including a spectrum of influences from the major players and discoveries that have come since Crowley's time. Designed to be a deck for the true student of the occult, and now available as a self-published edition from the artist.
The Big Water Tarot is based on the Masonic and other traditions hidden in children's rhymes and games. The cards in this unpublished deck are hand-drawn and coloured.
The Birdqueen Tarot has 78 positive and optimistic cards illustrated without the use of the human form - through animals, birds, insects and plants. The majors are linked with an appropriate animal, while the suits are represented by plants (Pentacles), sea creatures (Cups), insects (Wands) and birds are Keys (adapted from Swords). Self-published and available from the artist.