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The Kabbalah Deck uses cards to explore the Jewish mystical tradition of Kabbalah. It has a total of 35 cards: 22 representing the Hebrew alphabet, 10 for the Sephiroth of the Tree of Life, and 2 extra cards with the symbol of the Hamseh.
Kabbalistic Visions: The Marini-Scapini Tarot is a project from author Marco Marini and illustrator Luigi Scapini. The 78 card deck explores tarot symbology through its links with the Tree of Life and 22 letters of the Hebrew alphabet.
A deck based on the Kalevala, a Finnish national epic, constructed in the nineteenth century and based on rural poems and songs. The card art of the Kalevala Tarot is brightly coloured in strong primaries.
The Kama Sutra Cards, subtitled the Positions of Love, are an Italian-published deck. The art has soft watercolour images, of a more romantic than sexual style than the title suggests.
The Kamasutra Tarot is based on the "textbook of desire" best known as a catalogue of sexual positions. The cards are indeed graphic, but are intended to reflect fourth century attitudes towards sex rather than modern Western views. The imagery across the cards is also deliberately repetitive, so that the subtle cues of posture and body language of the couple are more obvious.
The Karacol Tarot is a contemporary, in-progress deck built upon the idea of Tarot as a dynamic, playful and dark form of divination. It has a fantastic, sometimes gothic style combining traditional imagery with myth and modern culture.
The Karma Cards, an astrology based deck, is split up into three parts. There are twelve cards in Signs, Planets and Houses and each individual card is visually split into three with a small slice of artwork in the centre. Keywords are provided on the cards for those who aren't astrology experts.
The Karma Oracle is a 33 card divination oracle, representing ancient Indian gods and goddesses. The cards are very brightly coloured and patterned.
A modern-looking, different tarot published in the eighties. The Karma Tarot cards are based upon artists and musicians the creator knew while living in a commune in Copenhagen.
Russian published, the Karmic Tarot deck has reasonably life-like looking, prettily illustrated majors and court cards, but plain pips for the minors.