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An erotic tarot based on Casanova's experiences and lfe in Venice. Naturally the art in the Tarot of Casanova contains a fair amount of nudity but the cards do relate to tarot archetypes.
The Tarot of Ceremonial Magick is a brightly coloured Tarot deck with art that includes pieces from many systems, overlaid with Hebrew, astrological and other assorted symbols. Suited for beginners to ceremonial magick. Previously out of print, it's now available again from Thelesis Aura.
The Tarot of Cleopatra is Ancient Egyptian in theme and appearance. The 78 cards feature authentic-looking Egyptian-style figures and deities painted against a papyrus-like background, with teal-coloured borders.
The Tarot of Color is an 'esoteric attribution' deck, and has no scenes or complicated images, just keywords, elemental and qabbalistic associations, correspondences and astrological symbols. The card backgrounds are plainly coloured in a range of rainbow hues.
The Tarot of Cosmic Consciousness has 78 abstract, colourful cards that explore tarot's relationship with sacred geometry, Qabala and astrology. The deck is designed to help the user find their way to spiritual self-transformation and healing.
The Tarot of Creativity consists of 78 cards grounded in numerology, psychology, Kabbalah and the tarot. Illustrated with original surreal paintings, the major arcana, aces and royal cards all use unique images, and derive their meaning from traditional tarot keywords. The lower cards 2-10 display a painting for each suit, with dual meanings (upright and reversed) written right on each card. These titles are based upon numerology and the energy of the suit. This deck is designed to be a positive and empowering tool for creative manifestation as well as for intuitive insight.
The Tarot of Delphi is a fine art deck composed of original Neoclassical art from the Victorian era. The 78 cards are populated with Greco-Roman gods, heroes, enchantresses, oracles, and legends. It also depicts daily life, art, and the cultures of the ancient world.
The Tarot of Dreams is the follow-up work from Ciro Marchetti, creator of the Gilded Tarot, in collaboration with Lee Bursten of the Gay Tarot. It is a new concept in Tarot, with 78 printed cards plus 40 additional digital cards on CD.
Created in the style of Albert Dürer's paintings and engravings, the 78 fully-illustrated Tarot of Dürer cards include heraldry and animals as allegorical symbols.
The Tarot of Eden is a reprint of a German deck, the Zukunfts Tarot. It has bigger scenes than the original, and is without the enormous white borders. Printed in English and French as well as German on the cards, and in English in the companion text.