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The Higher Intuitions Oracle has 44 pretty and whimsical cards, each illustrated with an animal in the natural world. It's a positive deck, designed to help you access your intuition in order to create your own best life.
The Hillbilly Tarot interprets tarot symbology through the imagery of American Appalachian mountain culture. The 78-card deck has fully illustrated majors, and simpler minor arcana that can also be used as playing cards.
The Hobbit Tarot draws on the world of elves, trolls, dragons and wizards as created by Tolkien in his novel, The Hobbit. The illustrations for the 78 cards have been created by fantasy artist, Peter Pracownik, who also created the Dragon Tarot.
The Hofmann Tarot is printed on the front of 22 postcards. It's a self-titled German publication with images that appear to have been drawn in pastels on a black background, based on Egyptian mythology and in an Egyptian style.
What is known as the Hoi Polloi Tarot is a Rider-Waite Tarot clone from 1973 intended for games and finding out about yourself and the future. The deck has been redrawn psychedelic colours and is without some background and finer details, but sticks closely to the original images. Also the last RWS clone published before U.S. Games began enforcing their copyright.
The Holly Simple Tarot is a 78-card deck of digitally coloured ink drawings from Brooklyn-based cartoonist and illustrator, Holly Simple. The major arcana follow a horned character through the Fool's journey, and the minor arcana feature a Unicorn/Centaur (Wands) family, a Siren-like family (Swords), a Merman family (Cups), and a Serpent/Human family (Pentacles).
The Holy Tarot of Tot is a 78-card Russian deck with an Egyptian theme. The art is of the stereotypical Ancient Egyptian style, here in saturated colour with black borders. There are no titles on the cards, just numerals, hieroglyphics, and suit symbols like those on playing cards.
The Homestuck Tarot has 78 cards featuring scenes and characters from the web comic, Homestuck. 39 different fan artists contributed cards, so the deck has a wide range of styles and imagery.
The Housewives Tarot is a kitschy "domestic divination deck" packaged in a mock recipe box. The artwork is thoroughly fifties in style, attitude, furnishings, and fashion. It's a light-hearted gift set for the complete Tarot beginner, or a novelty deck for the more experienced reader or collector.
The figures and scenes in the Hudes Tarot cards are very medieval/Renaissance style, and maps, constellation charts, astrology and alchemy all make an appearance in this pretty but somewhat melancholy Tarot deck.