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The Maat Tarot has 78 large-size cards rich in colour and symbolism, based on the lunar cycles and seasonal cross-quarters. The deck reinterprets and reorders the traditional deck to make a multicultural, deep and beautiful Tarot. Available as a deck only or with a hardback companion book.
Madame Endora's Fortune Cards blend Egyptian, Celtic and fantasy themes into an original, easy-to-use oracle deck of 48 cards. Most artwork is dimensional and detailed, but for 15 cards which seem a little more rushed. From Monolith Graphics, the publishers of the Gothic Tarot.
The Maddonni Tarot is a mysterious French tarot. Card scenes are set against white backgrounds, and the artist's style is unique and interestingly textured.
The Tree Tarot (das Baum Tarot) is a German deck that assigns a tree to each major card. The illustrations are focused on the head and shoulders of the traditional Rider-Waite characters, and each card shows the figure with its associated planetary, zodiac, tree and Hebrew letter. The cards are small, about playing card size.
The Magdalene Legacy Tarot is a 78-card deck celebrating the lost Goddess of Christianity: Miriamne e Magdala - beloved wife, leader of a spiritual movement, mother of a dynasty and inspiration for timeless legend. It is based on theories of Tarotís heretical gnostic and mystical beginnings in medieval Mediterranean Europe.
The Magdalene Oracle illustrates the wisdom and guidance of the feminine principle. The deck is from Toni Carmine Salerno, a painter and author from Melbourne, Australia, who also created the Universal Love Oracle.
Mage The Awakening Tarot was made for use with a role-playing game, but also works as a stand-alone tarot. The art was contributed by five artists, including Stephanie Pui-Mun Law who created the Shadowscapes Tarot.
Based on the Mage roleplaying game, the Mage: the Ascension Tarot erases the boundaries between fantasy and reality. The artwork is dully lit - lots of browns and greys - and occasionally unsettling.
The Magic Manga Tarot has manga-style illustrations from a mix of eras, surrounded by spider-web-like decorative borders. The artwork colouring is muted, and the cards have a slight gothic feel.
The Magic of Nature Oracle is a 39-card deck, based on the seasons, trees, animals and insects of British wildlife. It aims to ground spiritual awareness with earth energies and natural wisdom, and provide guidance and inspiration.