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The King Solomon Cards are reading cards that relate directly to ancient Jewish symbols, containing King Solomon seals and the "72 names of God". The 36 cards have illustrated scenes overlaid with Hebrew letters and metaphysical symbols.
The King Solomon Oracle Cards are reading cards that relate directly to ancient Jewish symbols, containing King Solomon seals and the "72 names of God". This is the second edition of the deck, with four extra personal amulet cards, published by US Games.
The Kingdom Highway Tarot was conceived as a book rather than a bundled collection of picturesque meanings. It is inspired by the Rider-Waite, the Marseilles, and other classic Tarots, and has 78 large-size cards. Now available as a hand-produced set from the author.
The Kingdom Within Tarot combines astrology, Qabalah, mythological archetypes, the elements, and the cyclical nature of the cosmos into 78 Tarot cards. The deck is designed for practical divination as well as self-knowledge. The set and very comprehensive companion book has been published by Schiffer Books.
The Kissatarot is a Finnish tarot deck, which translates as the 'CatTarot'. It's a calm feeling deck illustrated in a colourful, 'naive' style, where inscrutable cats sometimes replace the human figures on the cards, and are sometimes in addition to them.
The Kitchen Tarot is a modern, warm, very colourful tarot deck and guidebook set. The artwork is vibrant and welcoming, but as it is a 22 card set it is of limited application for readings.
The Kitsune Tarot pictures the mythical creatures known in Japan as kitsune. They are multi-tailed tricksters, combining immortality and a youthful outlook, playfulness and hidden wisdom. The deck is still in progress.
The Kitty Kihane Tarot reinterprets the Rider-Waite Tarot scenes in strong blues, pinks, purples and greens, in a young drawing style. Some scenes are close to the traditional, others vary widely and uniquely.
The Kiy Tarot-Body shows the human body in Ashtanga Vinyasa yoga poses, each selected to symbolise the tarot meaning on its 78 cards. The deck and book is available as a free PDF download on the author's website.
The Knapp-Hall Tarot is a reprint of the original Knapp Tarot, which was first published in 1929. The majors have a French influence and the minors are unillustrated.