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Melissa Townsend's Tarot is a deck originally drawn on the back of business cards from El Teddy, a New York restaurant where the artist did readings. All of the 78 cards are illustrated in the same coloured, pen-and-ink style, and are roughly based on the Rider-Waite but with a more whimsical and modern feel.
The Merlin Tarot has 78 cards based on the Arthurian legends. The reordered major arcana, aces, and court cards are beautifully drawn, but the suits (Birds are Swords, Serpents are Wands, Fish are Cups, and Beasts are Disks) have very spare pip cards. They are disappointingly repetitive and difficult to interpret intuitively.
The MerryDay Tarot is a magical, fantastical, incredible tarot deck, mixing fantasy and reality. The artwork has its basis in the Rider-Waite, but is filled with detail, dragons and natural elements. The suits are multi-cultural and all associations with formal religion in the deck have been removed.
The Messages from the Wee Folk set is designed to help you connect with the Wee Folk and the sacred energies of nature. Despite the name, the images have more than just fairies - there are flowers, insects, dolphins and more. The set has 33 cards and a large 229-page companion book.
The Messages from Your Angels Oracle has 44 cards with images of well-known (and much less known) angelic beings on each one. They are designed for receiving guidance through angel readings.
The Messages from Your Animal Spirit Guides has 44 cards with illustrations of spirit helpers in animal form. From the author of the Power Animal Oracle, this deck is designed to give clear advice and messages from animal spirit guides.
The Messenger Oracle has 50 elegant cards with stunning artwork from Ravynne (Michelle-Lee) Phelan. The deck draws on the natural world, and both real and mystical creatures, to provide guidance and connection with inner truth.
The Meta-Barons Tarot is based around the warrior characters and narrative of The Metabarons, a graphic novel series from Jodorowsky and Gimenez. The 78 cards are illustrated with original images from the books.
The Metrosexual Tarot is from the creator of the satirical Silicon Valley Tarot, and describes itself as 'Queer Eye for the Straight Guy collides with the Occult'. It pictures scenes of urban life, luxuries, and conveniences essential to the stylish, trendy metrosexual.
The creator has used the Tarot de Marseilles as a reference for the Mexican Tarot. The atmospheric cards show local personalities of Mexico City, beautifully photographed in black and white.