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The Tarot of Frown Strong is a strong, slightly surreal majors-only deck. It has non-traditional and esoteric images, all unnumbered except for the Fool. It was designed as a shorthand series of prompts for understanding the early teachings of The Emin Society as presented by Leo in the early 1970s. The deck has been printed at three different times, but is now out of print and still sought after.
An extensive knowledge of crystal properties and the Tarot would be helpful for interpreting cards in the Tarot of Gemstones and Crystals, as each card is represented by a crystal corresponding to the particular tarot card.
The Tarot of Gypsies is a French-published tarot deck. All text on the cards is in French, including upright and reversed keywords. The majors are illustrated in a natural style and the minors are pip cards.
The cards of the Tarot of Hellen feature symbolic and magickal plants. The majors are associated with 22 major plants from Pansy to Centaury, the minor suits are Leaves, Branches, Flowers and Grains, and the court cards are ancient Greek deities.
The Tarot of Inner Peace is created from original oil-on-canvas paintings, and is designed to bring rebirth and inner peace. It is non-traditional in imagery and has 79 fully illustrated cards, including an extra major arcana card called Pandora's Box.
The Tarot of Inspiration is an 85-card tarot deck based on select choices from 400 years of masterworks of art and painting. The deck has 23 majors, 60 minors, and two extras - the Happy Monkey and Tabula Rasa.
The Tarot of Jane Austen is a wonderful tarot with characters and situations from the books of 19th century English author, Jane Austen. The cards are fully-illustrated, and mainly feature scenes from Pride and Prejudice, Emma, Sense and Sensibility, and Mansfield Park. Available as a standalone deck, now in a kit with a companion book.
The Tarot of Lady McBouth is a collaged deck of 22 cards. It was created from just four magazines by the artist, with art borrowed from Mondrian, Matisse, Ancient Egypt and others.
The Tarot of Loka is a family card game set in the fantasy world of Loka, illustrated by Ralph Horsley and designed by Alessio Cavatore. The deck is inspired by medieval tarot and pays homage to tarot's origins as a card game. It can be used for the Tarot of Loka game, as a tarot deck, or as a playing card set.
The Tarot of Love focuses on love and relationships. The art is pretty and vibrant, with the 78 scene paintings cut into different shapes and set into a white background.