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The Rosetta Tarot is a 78-card deck in the Golden Dawn tradition, inspired by the Thoth Tarot's depth of meaning and timeless symbolism. The cards were illustrated using different artistic media to portray the elemental forces of each suit.
The Rotin Tarot is an enigmatic, abstract black and white deck. It has 22 minimalistic cards that work with the polarities and dark and light. Now the eighth deck to be published in a limited edition by Adam McLean.
The Royal Britain Tarot is an educational tarot deck based on the characters and activities of the monarchy of Great Britain from the Dark Ages to the present day. The completed deck is due to be published in early 2010.
An early rendition of the Rider-Waite, the Royal Fez Moroccan Tarot deck is finely drawn in pen and ink. Major elements on each card are coloured red, blue, yellow or green.
The Royal Tarot (also known as the Mystic Tarot) is a Taiwan-published deck that has 78 cards and calls itself Tarot. The majors are loosely based on the Rider-Waite, while the minors are unillustrated pips.
The Royal Thai Tarot has been created for fortune-telling by Thai Tarot reader, collector and enthusiast, Sungkom Horharin. The authentic artwork (unfortunately limited to the major and court cards) has been created by Thai artists and honours the art, culture, history and religion of Thailand.
The Royo Dark Tarot is an expanded and updated version of Luis Royo's original Black Tarot. Now with larger cards, better quality images, and most importantly - fully illustrated minor arcana.
The Rumi Oracle is inspired by the poetry of the 13th century Persian mystic, Rumi. The 44 cards have deep and evocative spiritual artwork, and are designed to help the reader open their hearts to the divine mystery of life.
The Rumi Tarot is based on Sufi traditions as interpreted by the medieval Persian mystic, Rumi. Created and meticulously painted by Nigel Jackson, who also was the author and artist of the Nigel Jackson Tarot.
The Futhark system of runes has been transferred to a deck format, with illustrated artwork incorporating the appropriate runic symbol on each of these 25 Rune Cards from Ralph Blum.