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A sweet and cute tarot of flowers, set in a wooded fairy-tale world. Every card in the Spirit of Flowers Tarot has a realistically drawn flower and a tiny, childlike fairy associated with it.
The Spirit of the Wheel Meditation Deck combines a study of the Native American medicine wheel with softly coloured, visionary artwork. It has 40 cards illustrated with animal scenes (and some people) along with keywords, and is designed for meditation, affirmations and self-growth.
The Spirit of Truth Native American Reading Cards are 68 cards depicting scenes, folklore, people and symbols from a Native American way of life. The illustrations were created in pastel and coloured pencil.
The Spirit Oracle has 45 landscape and portrait oriented cards with spiritual wisdom on the backs of the cards, and a companion booklet of 54 pages. The artwork is semi-abstract in Salerno's trademark style.
The Spirit Tarot has non-traditional major arcana with gentle, soft paintings. The minor arcana have photographs of nature and the outdoors - storms, sunsets, forests - with small magical and spiritual characters added. Surrounded by large white borders and titles in four languages.
Spirit Vision features bold intriguing imagery meant to inspire both soul and spirit. The deck was in progress but unfortunately won't be finished, as the artist lost her work on the images in a computer crash.
The Spiritlight Angel Oracle began as a collection of greeting cards, designed to convey the sensuality, beauty and colour energy of the angelic kingdom. It is now an oracle deck of 48 cards with a companion book of channeled angel guidance.
The SpiroTarot is an unpublished deck based on the Rider-Waite, with 78 cards of colourful, complex geometric patterns. The artwork was created by digital software, SpiroRoma, based on the Spirograph toy invented in the sixties.
The Square & Compasses Tarot is a deck created especially for Freemasons. It could also be used by a non-mason, but prior knowledge of Qabalah and esoteric symbolism is essential.
The major arcana in this complex Italian deck are packed with symbolism, with Hebrew, Sanskrit, and Celestial letters, Vulgar Latin, Zodiacal correspondences, and the Path of the Tree of Life on each card. The minor arcana of the Stairs of Gold Tarot are unfortunately very plain.