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The Marie-Claude Purro Tarot is from a Swiss artist of the same name. Her 22 cards are European-style, illustrated with swathes of colours, bold reds and strong darks. Now available in a limited edition printing from Adam McLean.
The Marielisa Leboroni Tarot has woodblock print illustrations of its own style in dark ink on light paper. This is the 78 card black and white edition of the Italian deck that was previously printed as 22 cards in colour.
The Maroon Tarot is of a world of unearthly tarot illustrations filled with light and space. A visually stunning, digital fantasy deck from a Polish artistic team, it's now out as a full 78-card deck. A free companion book is also available.
The Marseille Cat Tarot light-heartedly merges the historical French tarot tradition and anthropomorphic cats, with various furry felines in place of the human characters on the cards. The deck is illustrated with strong primary colours, but more refined artwork than the traditional woodcut prints. The minor arcana also have small feline scenes amidst the pips.
Mary's Magical Message Cards is a petite 97 card deck with useful and inspiring messages printed on its brightly coloured cards. The cards are based on 'fortune' message scrolls handed out by the artist over the years. Each deck has also been 'tuned' by quartz crystal bowls.
The Mary, Queen of Angels Oracle is a 44-card set from Doreen Virtue. This calming and comforting deck offers a conduit to the guidance, protection and compassion of Mary, mother of Jesus.
The Mary-El Tarot has fantastic oil paintings, wih a unique but arresting perspective on tarot symbology. A limited edition of the major arcana and four aces was available from the artist, and the full deck has now been published by Schiffer Books.
The Masonic Tarot has busy and sometimes clashing artwork, rich in Freemason symbolism. Meaningful symbols and imagery "float" above the scene or are embedded within it.
The Masonic Tarot is an attractive 78 card deck inspired by the symbolism of the Freemasons. The major arcana have themed tarot scenes, while the minor arcana are simple, unillustrated pip cards.
The Masquerade Tarot is a disappointing tarot deck, in which the only thing remotely masquerade-ish is the black eye masks on each figure. The artwork is flatly coloured and the scenes seemingly unrelated to tarot.