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The Star Tarot is a beautifully designed, thoughtfully created 78-card tarot deck. The artist, Cathy McClelland, has drawn on a deep well of occult, tarot, colour and Golden Dawn symbolism.
The Talking Tarot is an Australian deck of 78 cards, with imagery that is a mix of photography and computer collage. It's generally based on the Rider-Waite, but has unillustrated pip cards and Swords are linked with Fire and Wands with Air.
The Wild Unknown Tarot was an incredibly popular independent deck when it was published in 2012, thanks to its simple but intuitive tarot illustrations based on the animal kingdom and natural world. This is the more widely available box set and includes the 78 cards and a 208-page guidebook.
The Wisdom Keepers Oracle is a unique and charming oracle deck, with 64 'faces of awakening' - 64 different people expressing the emotion or theme of the cards. It's designed as a compassionate and empowering tool of self-acceptance and understanding.
The Wisdom of the Trees Oracle tunes into the energies of trees and nature spirits, directing them for use in divination. The deck has 40 cards divided into four suits: Roots, Trunks, Leaves, and Flower, Fruit and Seed.
The Yoginis' Oracle has 64 cards with images of yoginis, powerful female figures from Indian mythology. The deck has a deeply researched background in the Indian yogini tradition from author, Stella Dupuis.
Thea's Tarot is a feminine-focused, non-traditional Tarot deck that was printed in 1984. Its cards are printed in glossy black and white cut-paper silhouettes, and some are oriented sideways. The cards feature only women, and the court cards have been renamed to Child, Daughter, Mother and Amazon.
The Thelema Tarot is a re-interpretation of the Rider-Waite Tarot (rather than a Golden Dawn-related deck). It has glossy fantasy-medieval artwork with a dreamy, wistful feel on its 78 cards.
The Third Eye Oracle has 48 cards with fairly simple designs, arranged in 12 themes of growth, change and perception. Each theme contains a four card cycle illustrating its aspects, which are also visually associated with the colours of the four elements. The deck is self-published by the artist.
Digitally published, the Three Cats Tarot was inspired by the creator's three cats. The cards show partly human, partly feline people along with the standard Rider-Waite Tarot symbology.