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The Chakra Arcana Tarot is a cosmic enhancement of the traditional Rider-Waite tarot motifs, with 22 major arcana cards and seven chakra cards. Each card is incredibly detailed and coloured with its own mandala. They would be excellent tools for meditation.
The Chakra Insight Oracle is a pretty introduction to the concept of chakras. The deck has 49 cards, with seven cards illustrating aspects of each of the seven chakras, and a comprehensive 148-page companion book.
The Chakra Reading Cards are designed to align your chakras, and gain healing, insight, awareness, and empowerment. It's a 36-card deck divided into nine suits of four cards each - one for each of the seven major chakras, as well as two additional chakras.
The Chakra Wisdom Oracle has 49 charming cards, each linked with a chakra and illustrated by a mystical fable revealed to psychic and deck creator, Tori Hartman. This unique divination deck is designed to help with intention-setting and manifesting dreams.
Drawing on tarot mythology, astrology and other occult disciplines, the Chalice Tarot was first begun in 1986. The cards are fully coloured with semi-abstract designs. It was first published as a 22 card set, and is now also in print as a full 78 card deck.
The images on every card in the Chaos Tarot are derived from the Mandelbrot set. The mathematical equation of a fractal creates some weird and strangely intriguing shapes. The author describes it as a 'roadmap to surreality'.
The Chat du Marseilles Tarot is a trumps-only deck drawn in French style, based on the 1761 Conver Marseilles. It's quite traditional but for one thing - instead of humans, there are cats!
The Cheimonette Tarot has 80 cards with elegant ink and watercolour illustrations. The card art mixes new interpretations of old imagery, new and historic mythology, and the artist's own personal vision. The deck was self-published and printed by Carta Mundi, thanks to a successful Kickstarter campaign.
The Chelsea Lenormand takes its inspiration from prints and posters of the Arts and Crafts movement. The 39-card Lenormand deck is available in two differently coloured editions: the 'Blue' in Rider-Waite-Smith style colours, and the 'Red' in a more restricted colour palette. Both decks are self-published in limited editions of 500 decks, and are packaged in a vintage-style tin box.
The Children Tarot has youthful and naive drawings in pastel that are for "participating in the fairy tale of life". The majors are cute and happy and the minors have pip-style arrangements with small illustrations included as well.