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An original black and white photographic tarot-in-progress, the Carvin Rinehart Tarot uses images of people and scenes photographed by the artist.
The Cary-Yale Visconti Tarot is a faithful reproduction of an original Italian fifteenth century tarot deck. The deck has the 67 cards that are still in existence in Yale University's Cary Collection of Playing Cards, plus recreations for 19 missing cards. This Visconti deck is also unusual because it has male and female Knights and Pages in the court cards.
The Cat Wisdom oracle deck has 45 extremely cute cards with a keyword next to studio photos of fluffy kittens in various poses. The companion booklet has light inspirational advice.
The Cat's Eye Tarot is by a feline veterinarian, a person very familiar with cats, their habits and personalities. These cats are very natural and real, and yet have been beautifully adapted to Tarot cards. The deck is now completed and published by US Games.
The Catharina Tarot is a 22-card digital, downloadable tarot deck. The cards have collaged images with a pointillist look, surrounded by wide, etched, old gold borders.
The Cats Inspirational Oracle has 32 different breeds of cats on its 32 cards. The cards have true-to-life illustrations of each breed, and link their typical behaviour with a card keyword: the Turkish Van is swimming (Boldness), the Burmese seeking attention (Attention), the Maine Coon hunting (Pursue). The set comes with a companion book by Barbara Moore.
The CBD Tarot de Marseille is a faithful reproduction of the Conver Marseilles from 1760. Rather than create an exact replica of the original, Ben-Dov has adapted Conver's images to modern printing and artistic sensibilities, and made a crisp and high quality Marseilles deck.
The Celebration of Love Oracle Cards is based on 'celebrating everything in our lives and world through the purity of love'. There are 60 cards with an inspirational keyword at the top and an inset angel, dolphin, fairy or fantasy illustration.
The Celestial Stick People Tarot is illustrated in a line-drawn style in neon colours on a dark background. The tarot symbolism on the 78 cards has been updated for a contemporary audience - the Chariot is a space shuttle, Swords are Quills and Wands are Brushes. It's a minimalist, modern, and unique deck.
The Celestial Tarot is from the author of the Spiral Tarot, Kay Steventon. The pretty, non-traditional images directly associate astrology, the planets, and the constellations with the 78 Tarot cards. Twenty-two majors are zodiacal constellations and ten planets (Pluto is counted as a planet) of astrology. Each minor suit is associated with an astrological element of fire, earth, air and water. The system includes Golden Dawn decanates, astrology, astronomy, myth and symbolism. Now available with a companion book as well as a standalone deck.