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The Sedona Vortex Tarot has drawn its inspiration, in imagery and titling, from the Sedona area in Arizona. The art is a colourful collage of illustrations, photographs and scenery.
An interesting black and white deck with science fiction comic book type art. When finished, the Seekers Tarot will be a large tarot deck of 100 cards.
The Self-Guided Tarot has 78 oversized cards with collage images on a flat coloured background. It's designed for self-discovery as well as reading, and each card has a question for guidance at the base of the card.
Selves in a Box has 52 cards with collaged images of the 52 Selves (or aspects of your personality). It's a tool for self-exploration, created to integrate the psychological and spiritual and enable each Self to become known.
The Sense of Knowing Oracle has 52 cards of nature photography, and is a combination of energies from the artist's use of other sets of cards. They combine visual imagery, colour, words and symbols.
The Sensual Wicca Tarot explores sex and sexuality through the Wiccan belief system. The card illustrations generally have a Rider-Waite foundation, reinterpreted to be multicultural and Wicca. Not every card has erotic imagery, but of those that do, be warned - some verge on being X rated.
The two creators of il Sentiero dei Tarocchi worked together on the deck, and appeared in these 22 sunny Tarot scenes. For reasons unexplained, the two friends are dressed in identical blue uniforms in each Tarot card.
The Serpentfire Tarot is a surrealist, abstract 78-card deck of collaged artwork. It's themed around magick and mysticism, and the Goddess in all her incarnations. Self-published and available from the artist.
The Servants of the Light Tarot is a collaboration by English Traditional Witch, Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki (who also created the Shakespearian Tarot) and the authors of the Gill Tarot and Magickal Tarot (Gill completed the majors, Clark the minor cards). The art in the major arcana is particularly deep and vibrant.
The Shabby Chicness Lenormand is 36-card photographic deck with a nostalgic, 'country cottage romantic' feel and extra symbols and text on the cards. There's also a 72-card variation with multiple alternate cards.