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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.
The Black and White Tarot has 78 hand-drawn, black and white pencil illustrations inspired by the symbolism of the Rider-Waite. The deck is designed to open up your awareness and help you achieve fulfilment, joy and happiness. Self-published and available from the artist.
The Black Cats Tarot is another feline-inspired deck, this one focusing on the magical black cat. The 78 cards mix fantasy and reality in its image of human-like black cats.
The Black Hand Lenormand is a miniature oracle deck with chalkboard-like white drawings on a black background. It has 54 cards (similar to a playing card deck) of which 36 have Lenormand symbols. It's deliberately designed to be a small-size deck in order to make large Lenormand spreads more manageable.
The Black Tarot is a dark gothic fantasy deck by comic book artist Luis Royo. It is meant to be used for exploring the darker side of the psyche. Now also available in a fully-illustrated version as the Royo Dark Tarot.
The Black Tarot is an experimental set of abstract colour collages created on black backgrounds. Only seven cards have been completed so far.
The Bleu Cat Tarot has 78 cards with slightly abstract images of a playful and anthropomorphic Siamese cat, illustrated in blue. From Beth Seilonen, artist of the Dream Raven Tarot and Tarot of Leaves, and inspired by observations of her own Siamese cat.
The Blue Angel Oracle has 45 uplifting cards of guidance and wisdom. It's themed around the Archangel Michael, otherwise known as the 'Blue Angel', and has intense, abstract imagery.
The Blue Bird Lenormand is a classic 36-card Petit Lenormand deck. Each card has rich, 18th century era illustrations, a playing card insert, and an original verse by Stuart Kaplan to aid in interpretation.
The Blue Moon Tarot cards follow lunar and solar cycles, with imagery that is natural, strongly emotive, pagan and multicultural. The original 22 cards have been re-released as a limited edition.