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The Tarot Learning Cards are a flash card style deck, with graphic design icons on the front, and text information on the back. The back info includes a theme, keywords, and additional associations for both upright and reversed meanings. Designed as a study guide for the beginning reader. Now updated in a second edition.
Tarot Leaves has 78 fully illustrated cards, each represented by an intricate leaf with hidden symbols and imagery. The theme was inspired by the artist's background in forested, rural Maine. The soft, pastel artwork is enchanting but non-standard, making it a deck for meditation and journeying, and the advanced reader.
The Tarot Lenormand is the first 78-card deck based on the Mlle Lenormand oracles that were printed in the 19th century. The deck continues the Lenormand feel artistically, and has pleasant scenes of daily life and experience with a country French look.
The Tarot Life Cards is a 22-card mixed-media deck and book set, designed to help the reader discover their personal life and year card, and how to intrepret the cards through that lens.
The Tarot Lovers Deck was created to provide images for Paranormality.com's Tarot Lovers Diary. It draws inspiration from the Visconti, Marseilles, and Rider-Waite decks, and uses the traditional hair colouring in the court cards. Now published as the Tarot Lovers' Tarot.
The Tarot Lovers' Tarot is a 78-card deck from Karyn Easton, previously only seen in her Tarot Lovers' Diaries. It's published with a "Little Black Book" of Tarot meanings, a somewhat misleading name for a comprehensive companion book of 208 pages.
The Tarot Lukumi is dedicated to Santeria, the Afro-Cuban Orisha Spiritual system known to its practitioners as Lukumi.
The Tarot Magow - Tarot of the Magi - is an English and Polish titled Fournier republication of a Polish deck. Its imagery is esoteric and has the strong thickness of pastels.
The Tarot Mondo Lirondo has 22 cute, playing-card size cards. The card art features hand-drawn stick-figures, and each of the majors is printed in a different colour. The title, 'Mondo Lirondo' is a play on a Spanish saying.
The Tarot Mucha pays homage to the Czech Art Nouveau artist, Alphonse Mucha. The 78 cards re-interpret the tarot scenes in his flowery, elegant and iconic style. Published in a deluxe edition, with a solid box and bound companion book.