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The Money Tarot has 78 cards with imagery drawn from new and old currencies from around the world. An ideal deck for readings on financial situations.
The Monstarot is a 78-card deck of little monsters, helpful bugs and whimsical creatures such as bunny-flies and flynosaurs. It's a light-hearted and positive deck suitable for children, but especially for connecting to your inner child.
The Monument Tarot is a recently completed (but as yet unpublished) Tarot of 78 cards. Almost all of the major characters in the beautiful cards are from photographs of funeral and graveyard monuments in the Chicago area.
The Moon Angel Deck has 29 cards of original gouache paintings following the cycle of the moon, designed to help us connect more deeply with our emotional and subconscious lives. The deck is inspired by Yiddishkeit wisdom and the divine feminine in Judaism. Self-published and available from the artist.
The Moon Oracle follows the rhythms of the moon in its 72 cards. It is an introduction to lunar astrology, and has cards for the moon phases, moon mansions, and lunar goddesses.
The Moon Tarot Selena is a Russian deck of 60 cards designed for lunar practical magic, illustrating hidden, unconscious and irrational energies. The deck has 4 cards with images of the Goddess of the moon, 4 suits of 7 cards, each describing a passing sequence of the moon, and 28 cards showing the influence of the lunar mansions.
Awash with colour, this is a very vibrant Japanese Tarot. The majors of the Moonprincess Himiko Tarot are lively, detailed and beautiful, though the minors are rather boring pip cards.
The Morbidly Adorable Tarot is a very appropriately named tarot in-progress. It features cute, large-eyed skeletons and dark-eyed doll-like characters in Misty Benson's take on 60s Big Eye art. It will be published as a full 78-card deck by US Games when complete.
Morgan's Tarot is not really a tarot in the strict sense, but 88 cards of modern, alternative, amusing and strange archetypes and situations. It was first self-published in the seventies, and then in the eighties and again in 2009 by US Games.
The Morgan-Greer Tarot is a reworking of the Rider-Waite deck created in the 1970s. The cards are borderless, and the artwork has a lush, immediate feel, where the characters are shown in close-up. It's a good option for beginners.