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T: The New Tarot is a deck 'for the Aquarian Age', published in 1969 but currently out of print. The major arcana cards have been altered significantly in titling and imagery. The minor arcana have plain pips in suits of Stones, Blades, Serpents nd Pears.
The Taboo Tarot brings the tarot trumps into the modern world - and then takes them to the extreme. It's a black and white novelty deck with some very amusing interpretations of the traditional archetypes. There are 23 cards in total, as there is are two versions of the Hanged Man.
The Tabula Mundi Tarot is Thoth-based in spirit, structure and inspiration, but has vibrant and detailed original artwork by the artist of the Rosetta Tarot. The full 78-card deck is in progress, and a 22-card limited edition is available now in a coloured version (true to Golden Dawn colour scales) and a black and white version.
Tabula Mundi Tarot Nox et Lux is the full edition of the Tabula Mundi Tarot, from the artist of the Rosetta Tarot. It has 78 black and white, Thoth-inspired cards based on the Golden Dawn teachings as in Book T.
The Tantra Tarot features colourful and complex imagery taken from east Indian art and miniatures in its major and court cards. Many of them show deities or erotic scenes, while the suit cards are decorative pip cards. Published in Germany.
The Tantric Dakini Oracle is a set of 65 cards with collages of surrealistic images, based on teaching of the Eastern Tantric tradition. The cards were formerly published as the Secret Dakini Oracle.
The Tao Oracle is a visual approach to the I Ching, in 64 cards. The cards are lovely, as you'd expect from Ma Dava Padma, who also created the Osho Zen Tarot.
The Tapestry Tarot is a collection of images made by the artist to express her thoughts and feeling on the Egyptian Goddess Hathor. Fabric, rope, oil paints and much more were used for the card artwork, making this an interesting deck.
The TaRat is a cute miniature novelty deck, painted in watercolour, that features white rats as the tarot characters. It's in similar style to Nakisha's previous deck, the Rabbit Tarot. Originally designed as a mini deck, it's now available as a full size deck with color backs.
The first Brazilian-published Golden Dawn type tarot deck. The Taro Adivinhatorio cards are quite plainly drawn, having a large expanse of white border with different types of magical symbols in the margins. Cards are individually numbered and all titles are in the Portuguese language.