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Each card of the Minute Tarot is unique - it was drawn and coloured in just five minutes. The full 78 cards were completed in just over nine hours to make a charming and very useable set in the Rider-Waite tradition.
The Miracle Tarot is Japanese deck, despite the English titles on the cards. The artwork is a smooth blend of styles with a distinct Japanese look to the characters.
The Mirrors of the Heart: A Deck of Favourable Cards has 43 cards with inspirational words and images, created with prints of original linocuts by the artist. It's designed for affirmations, readings, teaching and creative exploration.
Miss Cleo's Tarot Power was a 78 card deck designed for the notorious 'psychic' reader of the same name. The artwork is Ancient Egyptian themed and has random changes to standard tarot symbolism.
The Mlle Lenormand Blue Owl deck (so called because of the owl on the backs) is a pocket-size Lenormand deck of 36 cards. Instead of the linked playing card, each card has a poetic verse inset into its old-fashioned imagery.
The Mlle. Lenormand Cartomancy deck is a 36-card petit Lenormand deck published by Piatnik, illustrated in a romantic, old-fashioned style reminiscent of Jane Austen novels. Each card has a playing card inset in the centre, and a stylised signature in the top right of each card.
Mlle. Lenormand lived in the nineteenth century, and was thought to have read for Napoleon. Her Mlle. Lenormand Fortune Telling Cards are supposedly a reproduction of the cards she used. The artwork is of the French Napoleonic era, though the printed rhymes on each card stand out more than the artwork.
The Modern Medieval Tarot is a mix of the contemporary and the Middle Ages, blended in a smooth photographic collage. Rather than aiming for historical accuracy, it's a surreal dream-like combination of eras.
The Modern Spellcaster's Tarot is an inclusive, multicultural 78-card deck of Pagan symbolism in a mix of modern, medieval and fantasy illustrations. It's designed specifically for use in magickal practice and spell work, as well as for meditation and tarot readings.
The Mona Lisa Tarot is an innovative deck that is inspired by the imagery of the painting of the same name, the Renaissancee era, and the life and imagination of Leonardo da Vinci. The card scenes often take the tarot in a new and different direction.