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The Shakespeare Eclectic Erotic Tarot is an unpublished tarot created with Photoshop, featuring photographs of nude and scantily clad women as each tarot archetype.
The Shakespeare Oracle is actually a 78-card Tarot deck, despite the name (which was chosen to differentiate the deck from others with similar themes). The major cards feature characters from the Bard's plays. The minor arcana are pip cards, but feature a relevant Shakespearian quote inscribed on a white banner in the centre.
Also known as the Romeo and Juliet Tarot, the Shakespeare Tarot is a beautiful deck from artist Luigi Scapini where the cards are linked with scenes and characters from the Bard's plays. The minor arcana feature the pips, but also include colourful illustrations.
Based on Shakespeare's many and varied plays, the Shakespearian Tarot deck shows Romeo and Juliet as the Lovers, Hamlet as the Hanged Man and Lear the Hermit. Each card has a quote from a Shakespeare play which matches the image.
The Shaman Tarot explores shamanism and the shamanic journey through tarot. It has re-envisioned the traditional deck through new suits and re-named majors to better relate to the shamanic experience.
An oracle deck inspired by Native American Shamanism, the Shaman Wisdom deck has 65 cards divided into trees, moons, stones, plants, animals and directions.
The Shaman's Oracle has 52 cards inspired by prehistoric cave art from around the world. They represent one of five archetypes: Spirits, Ancestors, Hunters, Dancers, and Shamans. The concept is from John Matthews, who also worked on the Celtic Shaman's Pack.
Shapeshifting is the taking on of animal identity during trance. The Shapeshifter Tarot is a beautifully mystical and expressive deck from a very talented artist, depicting a system with its roots in Paganism and European shamanism.
The Sheridan Tarot images are black and white drawings from a book by Alfred Douglas, The Tarot: The Origins, Meaning and Uses of the Cards. Coloured deck editions of these cards are available as the Sheridan-Douglas Tarot.
The Sheridan-Douglas Tarot is a 2006 reissue of the Sheridan Tarot from 1972. The coloured, Rider-Waite based cards are originally from a book by Alfred Douglas, The Tarot: The Origins, Meaning and Uses of the Cards.