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The Eternal Tarot is an elegant and esoteric deck of 78 cards based around Gnosticism and Ancient Egypt. The cards are numbered 1 - 78 and have illustrations in a modernised style of classic Egyptian art, with each scene contained inside a cartouche.
The Ethereal Visions Illuminated Tarot Deck is an elegant, Art Nouveau-inspired deck of 80 cards. The uncluttered, dreamy and romantic artwork is enhanced with metallic gold foil details. There are two extra cards in the deck, The Well and The Artist.
The Ethereal Visions Tarot has 78 Rider-Waite-based cards, created in the Art Nouveau style of Mucha, Klimt and Moser. Now in print as an 80-card, gilded edition, the Ethereal Visions Illuminated Tarot.
The Etruscan Tarot is a historically-themed art deck, based on the culture, civilisation, and mystical beliefs of the ancient Etruscans, a pre-Roman tribe who lived in what is now modern day Italy.
The 'Etteilla Tarotcard' is a South Korean deck drawing on the early occult history of the Tarot. All of the cards are numbered and labelled with keywords in English for both upright and reversed positions, though the companion booklet is in Korean. The major arcana have been reordered, and the minor arcana are largely pip cards.
The Everyday Enchantment Tarot celebrates the beauty in all forms of experience and daily life, finding the extraordinary in the ordinary in its 78 vibrant and joyful cards. It's the second deck from Poppy Palin, who created the Waking the Wild Spirit Tarot.
The Everyday Witch Tarot has 78 whimsical tarot scenes of black-hatted witches going about their lives, set in a world of medieval fantasy mixed with modern reality. It's a charming deck of positive energies, serious intent, and light heart.
The Everyman Tarot is a male-centric 78-card tarot created with men in mind. The familiar Rider-Waite imagery has been redrawn to reflect how modern men experience life and relate to the world around them. Each suit is associated with a male character: Mr Buttondown as the Swords, Mr Athletic as Cups, Mr Bear as Wands, and the deck designer himself appears in Pentacles.
The thoroughly modern artwork on the Experimental Tarot cards is partly computer generated and part clip art, but effective. A deck more for meditation than readings.