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The Triple Goddess Tarot is a decorated and feminine semi-Tarot deck. It has 26 major arcana cards and 7 chakra cards.
The Triple Goddess Tarot is inspired by the energies of the feminine divine, the cycles of the moon, and the life cycle journey of the Maiden, Mother and Crone. The 79 cards (there are two Fool variations) are borderless and have a spare, mystical quality.
The True Love Tarot is designed to give advice on finding love and on your love relationships. It has 78 cards with fabric collages, which are in a similar detailed style as the Enchanted Tarot on the majors and court cards. The minor arcana are divided into suits of Gems (Pentacles), Wings (Swords), Shells (Cups) and Roses (Wands), and are pretty but non-scenic.
Trump L'Oeil: Tarot of Portmeirion presents the Tarot archetypes through photographs of Portmeirion, a picturesque, intentionally created, coastal Welsh village. The 78 cards feature sculpture, paintings, and architecture from different styles and eras.
The Trust Your Vibes Oracle cards is a 52-card deck from famous intuitive, Sonia Choquette. The set is designed to strength your psychic awareness and can be used as a 'psychic training system' or for guidance and insight.
The Trusted Tarot is a redrawn and recoloured version of the original 1909 Rider-Waite deck featuring Pamela Colman-Smith's images. It's a crisp, clean reworking with all textual distractions removed from the images. Unfortunately not yet for sale.
The Truth-Seeker's Tarot has 78 gold accented cards, part of a sturdy tarot set. The major arcana have an attractive stillness, but the minor arcana are not full tarot scenes. Instead they are linked with numerology and show landscapes or plain backdrops incorporating the suit symbols.
The Tuffo nel Mistero - translated as Plunge into Mystery - is another deck from prolific Italian artist, Luigi Scapini. It's a reduced tarot deck that has only six numbered cards in each suit, for a total of 62 cards.
Twenty-Two Keys of the Tarot is a rare majors-only deck by Susan Kay Topa, published in 1979. The 22 cards follow the Thoth pattern and were hand-printed, giving them a blocky, primitive appearance.
The Twilight Rabbit Tarot has 78 cards of anthropomorphic rabbits in Rider-Waite-like scenes. Majors have been renamed to suit the theme (eg. the Hareophant). Suits have also been renamed to Clover (Wands), Passions (Cups), Carrots (Swords) and Stones (Pentacles).