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The Sorcerers Tarot is an expressive and readable deck of high magicians, myth, and fairy tales. Illustrated by Antonella Castelli, who also did the Tarot Art Nouveau, it has a similar feel with its border of Celtic knotwork, though it has 78 fully illustrated cards.
The SotoTarot has a combination of intuitive, psychic, empathic and dream interpretative flavours in its 78 colourfully psychedelic cards. It was created during a four day fever vision by Eric Soto, a professional tarot reader. Self-published and available through The Game Crafter.
Evocative watercolour paintings that invite response. The Soul Cards have no established meaning, it's all up to your intuition to decipher the images.
The Soul Coaching Oracle Cards has 52 cards, and is "designed to re-connect individuals with their soul". The cards have huge yellow-coloured borders with a keyword, and simple circular scenes in the centre.
Soul Express has 42 evocative and semi-abstract cards, with collaged illustrations created in a variety of techniques. The cards express feelings and emotions and the connection between all living beings, and are designed to help the reader best continue their life's path.
The Soul Lessons and Soul Purpose Oracle cards are designed to help you achieve your goals and discover your life purpose. The 63 cards have simple scenes and useful advice, like 'Detach from Drama' and 'Trust the Divine Plan'.
The Soul Mandala Tarot is a Polish deck of 78 cards. The artwork is very colourful, computer-arranged collage with a bit of a heroic fantasy feel - a lot of the images seem to come from fantasy-style or science-fiction comics or posters. The cards also have astrological, Qabbalistic, Hindu, Runic and elemental symbols in the borders.
A Christian version of the Osho-Zen but with a few extra cards, the SoulTidings TruthCards depict typical Christian values and life situations. The artwork is cartoonish and Jesus is a prominent figure.
The Soul Vision Tarot is a collaborative deck by artists associated with the Soul Vision website and Yahoo group, not all of whom have Tarot experience. Published as a limited edition of 79 decks.
This is the 2005 version of the collaborative Soul Vision Tarot. It has a very traditional structure, but with unique cards by a group of different artists.