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Power Stone in My Pocket is a set of 36 affirmation cards designed for children, and adults connecting with the child within. Each card has a gentle illustration representing one of the four elements, and a message of love, support and confidence on the reverse.
The Prager Tarot is a cut-down tarot deck with 54 cards - 22 major and 32 minor cards - based on Czech folklore . The minor arcana suits each have the four court cards, and just four numbered cards from the Ace to Four.
The Prairie Tarot draws its inspiration from aspects of the western prairie of the United States. The deck has a Rider-Waite basis and an extra card, the Jackalope, for a total of 79. From Robin Ator, creator of the International Icon Tarot.
Published in the mid-eighties, this watercolour tarot is very low key. The art of the Prediction Tarot features pale blues, grey blues, grey greens and old gold inner borders. The minor arcana are pip cards.
The Priestess Moon Oracle is a 33-card, vibrant oracle deck with an Ancient Egyptian meets Alice in Wonderland vibe. The deck was created by Australian artist Megan Fraser, and is a selection of her artworks spanning over 20 years. Self-published and available in a limited edition of 100 sets.
The Primal Lenormand (also known as the Ur-Lenormand or the Lenormand Original) is a 36-card reproduction of the one of the earliest known Lenormand decks. It was originally conceived as a card game, The Game of Hope.
The Prince Lenormand Oracle has 40 whimsical, borderless watercolour cards, featuring the traditional Lenormand symbols and playing cards. There are four extra cards included: secondary Man and Woman cards, a Person/Being card and a Wild card.
The Prisma Visions Tarot is a beautiful 79-card deck from James R. Eads, creator of the Light Visions Tarot. His second deck has full-colour cards in an impressionistic, surreal artistic style. The major arcana cards are bordered, while the minor arcana cards are borderless - and each suit can be lined up into one continuous image.
The PsyCards are a set of 40 cards inspired by Carl Jung's works, with attractive medieval-style art. It has some correspondences with the major arcana of the tarot, but also has extra cards for simple readings. The cards are divided into groupings: Direction, Fundamentals, Symbols, Archetypes, Characters, and Happenings.
The Psychic Tarot is a hybrid tarot/oracle deck. It has 22 major arcana (retitled), four suits of nine numbered cards, and seven chakra cards. The art is non-traditional but attractive, and is designed to be intuitive.