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The Raven Cards Oracle has huge (5 x 5 inch) square cards. The illustrations are sparse, with ravens on each of the 49 cards.
Hand illustrated and painted, Raven's Tarot has a very contemporary and slightly gothic and alternative look. Some cards are titled, others have only numbers, but all have a thin white border around the tarot scene.
The colours in the Ravenswood Eastern Tarot are simple - black line drawings on plain white - but the theme is exotic and mixes tarot symbols with Middle Eastern art. The deck is meant to be coloured by the user.
The Reality Transurfing Tarot is a very non-traditional tarot deck (more of a 78-card oracle) based on 'transurfing' - Vadim Zeland's method of manifesting and controlling your own reality. The deck has 78 cards but is built around tts own system rather than standard tarot.
The Renaissance Tarot deck has gorgeous artwork with touches of gold. All twelve deities of Olympus and several other Greek and Roman gods and demigods are pictured in the major arcana. The minor arcana are pips illustrated with small scenes from Greek mythology.
Another tarot deck inspired by the Renaissance historical period, this Renaissance Tarot makes heavy use of gold paint and interesting embossed-looking art.
The Resonance Oracle is a channelled, intentional deck of 40 cards. "There are some cards that are surreal and dream-like, and some that are romantic or dramatic. While each is different, they all are on black backgrounds, and have warmth and light to balance the shadows – the warmth of memories, or soft light of new beginnings."
The Revelations Tarot has illuminated artwork with a swirling effect reminiscent of stained glass. Its art is also double-ended, with an upright and reversed image merging in the center of the card.
Rêverie sur le tarot de Gérard de Nerval ('Musing on the tarot of Gérard de Nerval') celebrates the esoteric world of the French 19th century poet. The 22 black and white cards have collaged images from engravings of the same era. The deck is published in a limited edition of 60 decks.
The Rider-Waite Tarot is a classic Tarot deck, perhaps the most well-known in the Western world. It is often called the first modern Tarot deck, as the cards drawn by Pamela Colman-Smith and commissioned by Waite were the first to use detailed pictures on the minor arcana cards.