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The Tarot of the Rishis is a solely Hindu tarot deck with round cards. A Hindu deity is associated witheach of the major arcana, though the minors are the normal suits of Cups, Swords, Pentacles and Wands. Still in-progress, this deck is unfortunately not yet available.
The Tarot of the Sacred Feminine celebrates the mystery, legend and power of women and the female divinity. The major arcana feature individual goddesses, while the minor arcana suits are linked with the phases of the moon and certain cultures: Mesopotamia and Egypt (Wands), Hebrews and Christians (Chalices), Greeks and Romans (Swords) and the Celts (Pentacles).
A Christian saint is associated with each major and court card in this well-researched and consistent tarot. The Tarot of the Saints is a strictly historical tarot, with no occult or personal symbols included.
The Tarot of the Secret Forest is a unique deck with fantasy forest scenes on both sides of the cards. The faces of the cards have the scene in colour, while the back shows it in black and white.
The major arcana of the Tarot of the Sephiroth are fascinating. The art is angular and abstract, incorporating qabbalistic spheres, and the cards can be laid out showing the paths in the Tree of Life. However, the minor arcana do not match the majors in detail and interest.
The Tarot of the Sevenfold Mystery is a stunning deck from tarot artist and author, Robert Place. Inspired by pre-Raphaelite art and redrawn in his very recognisable style, it combines powerful art with his extensive knowledge of alchemy. Previously available in an over-sized majors edition, this is a regular-sized, full 78-card deck.
The Tarot of the Sidhe has 78 cards with original, colourful Faerie paintings. It was sold-out as a majors-only set from Adam McLean, and has now also been published as a full 78-card deck by Schiffer Books.
The Tarot of the Silicon Dawn is an original and modern deck of vivid colours, science fiction imagery and kinetic shapes. There are 97 cards in the deck, including extra majors, extra suit cards, and a new partial suit of the Void. It's an unconventional deck that expands the boundaries of tarot.
The Tarot of the Southwest Sacred Tribes is based on the culture of Native Americans from the country's dry south west. The boldly coloured cards use the standard Rider-Waite Tarot titling and Major Arcana sequence with tribal images. In the minor arcana, the Swords uses motifs of the Apache, Wands the Pueblo, Cups the art of the Rio Grande Pueblo, and coins the Navajo nations.
Designed to help the Tarot reader become spiritually enlightened, the Tarot of the Spirit has traditional major arcana but the minor arcana have been renamed to match the elements - earth, wind, fire, water.