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A compelling and dark tarot deck, with sepia-toned artwork in the vein of H. P. Lovecraft, writer of horror and science fiction.
The original Baphomet Tarot, also known as the H.R. Giger Tarot, has been reprinted in book and deck set. Fans of H. R. Giger's dark imaginings (like the aliens of the movie of the same name) will like this deck, but it may be difficult for others.
Similar style art to Haindl's Tarot deck, but this one utilises the runic system. The Haindl Rune Oracle cards would be a good introduction to the interpretation of runes, using Haindl's dark, attractive artwork.
The Haindl Tarot has non-traditional imagery and is highly recommended for an advanced Tarot reader, or for meditation. The author, Hermann Haindl, was inspired by Qabbalah, Runes, I Ching, and Native American influences for the deep and compelling artwork.
The self-titled Hallmark Tarot, previously seen on the cover of the Tarot Magick book, is now a stand-alone 78 card deck. The art is roughly based on the Rider-Waite, and has a naive charm and bright storybook feel.
The Halloween Lenormand is a 36-card light-heartedly spooky deck, roughly based on the Petit Lenormand style. It has simple symbols traditionally associated with Halloween - pumpkins, the headless horseman, bats, and more. Self-published and available from The Game Crafter.
The Halloween Oracle celebrates Samhain and the Halloween tradition in 36 elegantly illustrated cards. Some feature the traditional black cats, ghosts, skulls and pumpkins, others have more modern additions of zombies and vampires.
A fun Rider-Waite-based Tarot deck in the theme of the American Halloween holiday. The Halloween Tarot is done in lots of black and orange, vampires, skeletons, bats and jack o' lanterns abound. Frankenstein makes an unusual Emperor.
Now available in a small-size tin edition!
The Halo/Sharp New Energy, New Age Tarot is a non-traditional major arcana deck. Its cards have computer-generated art and have been changed in order to remove negative energies. They are also retitled - The Fool is now Joyful, Death is now Initiation, The Devil is Saturn - and there is no numbering so that the cards can be ordered in multiple ways.
The Hanson-Roberts Tarot is the deck I learnt to read with.. it's an easy to understand one for beginners and has positive, slightly medieval artwork that was originally drawn in coloured pencil. Some of the humans look a little odd, but it grows on you.