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Deirdre of the Sorrows is a 78-card tarot deck designed for the new millennium, and "to lift the Tarot out of the Dark Ages and bring them into the light." The art is delicately illustrated in pencil, with selected touches of colour. Available with a beginners' guide companion book.
A tarot project in progress, the Dementia Tarot cards are drawn in ink on paper and coloured separately in a blended style. The effect is freehand and high contrast.
The Desert Fox Oracle is an Egyptian-themed oracle of 30 cards, reflecting the number of days in the Ancient Egyptian lunar calendar. It's designed to be a flexible and fast to use deck for clarity and insight.
The Destiny Tarot is a box set with a book and 78 oversized cards, illustrated with fairly unskilled-looking paintings with heavy white borders. The majors and courts have traditional imagery, but the numbered minors are pip cards. The same images have been published in a smaller size as part of the 'Tarot Basics Book and Gift Set'.
The Deva Tarot is a 93-card set, with a whole extra suit, Triax. The Deva Tarot cards show somewhat Thoth-inspired paintings, surrounded by a thick greyish border and multi-lingual titles.
The Devas of Creation is a 72-card oracle deck for working with the Devas, the multi-dimensional energies or 'Shining Ones', as described by Sanskrit mystics. The 72 cards move from The Void, Divinity and the Angelic Realms through to The Planets, The Seasons and Earth environments and are designed for multiple uses - meditation, therapy, or working through negative energies.
The Deviant Moon Tarot has surreal, very unique, and sometimes disturbing moonlit artwork. It's inspired by (and incorporates) images of cemetaries and mental asylums, and designed to illuminate deeper parts of the subsconscious. The talented illustrator is also a tarot student, and the deck is the result of three years of artistic work. Now also available in a borderless edition.
A reworked Rider-Waite type tarot, featuring Pamela Colman-Smith's original drawings but in slightly more psychedelic colours. The Diamond Tarot cards are inset into thick, almost tunnel-like, kaleidoscopic borders.
The Diary of a Broken Soul Tarot, an elegantly gothic black and white deck, is the manifestation of artist Ash's shadow work. Now self-published in a 78 card edition, there is also a slightly different 22 card edition.
The Diary of a Broken Soul Tarot is an elegantly gothic deck in mostly black and white, and is the manifestation of artist Ash's shadow work. This 22 card limited edition is available from Adam McLean, and there is also now a full 78 card edition.