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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.
Tarot Made Easy is an all-in-one introduction to tarot cards. The kit includes the Llewellyn Classic Tarot, and a comprehensive guidebook by tarot author, Barbara Moore.
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.
El Tarot Murciano is Spanish published, 22 card tarot deck. The cards are very glossy on the top surface and painted in a surreal two dimensional style. An atypical collector's deck.
The Tarot Mystique has 22 major arcana cards of surreal imagery in strong colours. The deck, by Alexander Mourouzi, was published in 1983 in Switzerland.
The Tarot Namur is a majors only deck from Brazil, first published in 1986. The cards are colourful and filled with esoteric symbolism, and are titled in Portuguese.