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The Earth Magic Oracle deck is from Steven Farmer, who also created the Power Animal Oracle and Animal Spirit Guides. The cards have rather beautiful illustrations and feature the energy of the elements.
The Earth Power Oracle has 41 cards of sacred sites and places of power around the world - temples, rivers, shrines, mountains, ancient ruins and sanctuaries. Each site is pictured along with a positive affirmation or message of insight.
The Earthair Experimental Elemental Tarot is a square, photographic tarot of 95 cards - 23 majors and 72 minor arcana, including 16 extra court cards. The deck has been designed to simplify the imagery to their core elements, allowing the cards to combine and form a flow of elemental energy.
The Easy Tarot kit was created for the tarot newcomer. It includes the lovely Gilded Tarot deck and a 240-page companion book called the Easy Tarot Handbook by Josephine Ellershaw.
The Eclectic of Bronze Age Tarot is a deck in progress by Russian computer artist, Vladimir Strannikov. It's a collage of bronze statues and sculpture set on a metallic coloured background.
The Eclectic Tarot is a 78-card Austrian deck, published in 1986. The artist used an eclectic mix of tarot traditions for inspiration, and his major arcana have detailed and vivid scenes, while the minors have suit elements arranged in geometric patterns.
The Edyta Gadek Tarot is a self-titled Polish deck with bright and colourful paintings on the 78 cards. The symbolism is reasonably traditional, though the minors are a kind of decorated pip card rather than fully illustrated scenes.
The Efflorescent Tarot (efflorescent meaning 'bursting into flower') is based on the Rider-Waite tradition and comprised of its own illustrated world of characters, objects and places. The 78-card deck is currently available from the artist through Etsy (in full-colour or black and white versions), and is also seeking a publisher.
The Egipcios Kier Tarot is a 78-card Tarot deck created by an Argentine occultist in the early 20th century The deck has traditional-looking Egyptian artwork with a central gold background, and associates Hebrew letters, the Tree of Life, and other esoteric symbols with Egyptian hieroglyphs.
The Egorov Tarot is a self-titled Tarot from Russian artist, Alexander Egorov, and published in Austria. The card imagery is Rider-Waite-styled and they have titles in English, German and French.