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The Saint Deck is a fifty card divination deck-and-book set. Each card is linked with a different Christian saint, and is illustrated with the saint's emblems surrounded by a grey border containing keywords. While not a Tarot deck, some of the cards correlate with the 22 major arcana.
Stayka's original tarot deck has an anime feel to the human faces and depicts tarot scenes with interest and in rich colours. The Saint Seiya Tarot is a work in progress.
The Saints & Angels Oracle is Christian-oriented set of 44 cards from prolific deck author Doreen Virtue. The cards are very conventionally attractive and feature God, Jesus, saints like Mother Theresa and Joan of Arc, and guardian angels.
The Sakki-Sakki Tarot incorporates the structure and divinatory meanings of the traditional Rider-Waite-Smith deck, together with Astrology, the Kabbalah and personal symbolism. The deck has an extra card, The Artist, for our individual and collective creative journeys.
Samantha's Tarot is a 78 card tarot of original paintings done in ink, watercolour and acrylics, created to express the essence of tarot. The cards are wonderfully vibrant and homey.
The Samurai Tarot is a themed deck based around the samurai tradition of feudal Japan. It has non-standard tarot imagery on the 78 cards, and detailed comic-style watercolour illustrations.
The Santa Fe Tarot uses true Native American symbolism, as would have been used by the natives themselves, rather than romanticised images. The artist studied Navajo sand paintings, mythology and symbolism to create a very different deck.
The Santa Muerte Tarot is inspired by a female saint from Mexican religious culture - Our Lady of Holy Death. This 78 card tarot has superb artwork that is ironically full of life, depicting Santa Muerte and her skeleton cohort acting out the Rider-Waite style tarot scenes.
Entirely drawn in lead pencil, this fascinating deck is from an online artist, Sash. Unfortunately, it has yet to be published.
Part of a book and card set, the Sasha Fenton Tarot has glowing artwork in an idealised, pretty, medieval style. Majors are traditional and the minors are mostly pip cards.