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The Tarot of the Masters is from Tarot author James Ricklef, and is inspired by classical paintings from the old masters. Unlike most decks with the similar theme, this deck was drawn in pen and ink and coloured on the computer and has a uniform look across the cards. It's been self-published in a first edition run of 55 decks.
The Tarot of the Midnight Masquerade is a limited edition and luxurious set of 28 cards (plus two title cards), presented in a handpainted, themed wooden box. The deck has 22 majors and four aces based on the Rider-Waite tradition, an alternate Wheel card and a Happy Squirrel card, drawn in vibrant pastels and featuring masked characters at a ball.
The Tarot of the Midnight Sun is designed to expand the reader's understanding of their psyche, using archetypes from different cultures throughout time. It's a 78 card deck with a strong use of black and defined imagery, as yet unpublished.
The Tarot of the Morning Star is a visual representation of the concepts artist Roger Williamson explores in his books, Howling at the Sky, Black Book of the Jackal and Lucifer Diaries. The first edition is a majors-only deck of 75 signed copies.
The Tarot of the Mystic Spiral is a deck devoted to the "everlasting search for knowledge and wisdom is represented by the spiral", which is found in galaxies and DNA, and is an integral part of sacred geometry used in building and art.
Ever wondered what the Magician was looking at? The Tarot of the New Vision is based on the Rider-Waite, but with a fascinating 180 degree change of perspective which reveals new scenes, people and shades of meaning in the familiar images.
The Tarot of the Night is a dark and gothic deck from Richard Shadowfox of the ShadowFox Tarot and Tarot Deck of Heroes. This 78-card deck is illustrated in a 3D graphics style and has a horror movie feel.
The Tarot of the Nymphs represents the 78 cards through the archetypes of the Nymphs, female nature spirits linked with water and youth. The cards are illustrated in watercolour, with seductive and sensual images of scantily-clad, physically perfect nymphs.
The Tarot of the Old Path draws on a number of cultural outlooks and is intended for Pagan Tarot readers. Well known Wiccans, the Farrars and Margot Adler, also assisted the creators.
The Tarot of the Origins is a deck with a prehistoric theme. Wild animals, hunting, bones, blood, trees; images of the lives of our Stone Age ancestors.