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The Mutational Alchemy Tarot is a 78-card tarot designed by and for experienced occultists. The vivid, complex, hand-painted illustrations are based on a foundation of mutational alchemy theory but are also designed to be used intuitively.
My First Tarot is a straightforward, text-based set of 78 tarot cards, entirely without illustrated tarot symbolism. Each card features keywords plus a simplified set of eight divinatory meanings, which are chosen according to the card's position in a spread.
My Tarot is a black-and-white edition of the Sharman-Caselli Tarot, especially designed to be coloured in to your own specifications. The cards have an uncoated face, and a laminated pastel green back. The set includes a booklet and eight coloured pencils.
The Mysterium Conunctionis Tarot is based in the roots of the meaning of architecture. "Where arche is the first spark, the inception of The Magician; techne is the making, the putting together, the conception of the High Priestess; carrying form to full term of The Empress; The overseer of The Emperor going step by step... even in surprise, going step by step the whole system can be re-aligned." It has been available in a self-published edition, and now has also been expanded as the Tarot in the Land of Mystereum.
The Mystic Dreamer Tarot has atmospheric cards, created with skillful photo collages of real people, landscapes, and some computer generated elements. The fully-illustrated deck has now been published by Llewellyn, with a companion book by Barbara Moore. The Llewellyn deck has rather different borders to the original graphics.
The Mystic Faerie Tarot is an enchanting faerie tarot painted in watercolours by fantasy artist Linda Ravenscroft. Ornate borders and gold edges surround tarot images of sprites, nymphs, mermaids and faeries, in a charming, pretty and readable new tarot deck.
Mystic Meg's Tarot cards have been created by Caroline Smith, of the Elemental Tarot. The majors have been renamed to more positive titles and are attractive, but the suit cards are perhaps too sparse for beginners.
The Mystic Pug Tarot is an amusing deck designed to promote Topkote paper products. It's not really a Tarot deck, more of a humourous corporate oracle. It has 14 colour-illustrated major cards (with titles like The Ego, Bob, The Deadline, and The Boss) plus sixteen black and white minor cards in four suits: Pugs, Ferrets, Carp and Gerbils.
The Mystic Rubáiyát is a set of seventy-five cards created to illustrate the first edition of Edward Fitzgerald’s ‘translation’ into English of Omar Khayyám’s Rubáiyát, part of a collection of four-line verses that survive from eleventh-century Persia. Published in a limited edition of 100 decks.
The Mystical Cats Tarot has 78 borderless images illustrated with realistically drawn cats behaving as cats do - just inside tarot scenes. It's a pleasure to see normal cats (not dressed or in human-like positions) with feline body language matched to the feeling and meaning of each tarot card.