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The Waking the Wild Spirit Tarot is a whimsical, non-traditional deck, the tarot imagery has been recreated as a mix of fairy tales and the natural world. The card art is animated and vital and the deck as a whole approachable and friendly. While the Llewellyn edition is no longer in print, decks are available from Poppy Palin.
Walter's Tarot deck is a computer-generated one, with no human figures but some interesting landscapes. I like his Three of Cups card.
The Watcher Angel Tarot is based on part of the text from the Book of Enoch, drawing on the story of heavenly beings who abandoned heaven in pursuit of mortal love. It's a full deck of 78 cards and is now self-published.
The Water Crystal Oracle is a 48-card oracle/meditation deck with photographic images of ice crystals, designed to enhance positive feelings and emotions. The cards are divided into four 'suits' of twelve, and the back of the cards have keywords.
The Watersprite Tarot has 79 entirely hand-painted watercolour cards, based on Marseille symbolism in the major arcana but with fully illustrated minors. The deck was an artistic journey created over more than ten years, and its images have a focus on symbology, colour, mood, and energy. Self-published and available direct from the artist.
The Way of Maitreya Oracle is a re-creation of the 22 major arcana, based on pre-Christian religions and the Egyptian and Tibetan Books of the Dead. Inspired by the author's deep meditations, the deck aims to explain the structure of the human soul.
The Way of the Fool Tarot is a small-size reproduction of artist Beatriz Inglessis' much larger Japanese woodblock print project. This majors-only deck has been produced in a limited edition of 50 decks.
Way of the Horse is a unique set of 40 cards of equine archetypes and illustrations, designed to offer simple wisdom for personal insight and growth. The deck comes with a 255-page companion book.
The Well Worn Path is a set of 40 cards designed around Pagan teachings and depicting tools, deities, concepts and rituals. It's especially for Pagan, Wiccans and Witches and can be used for divination, meditation, or in rituals.
The Wheel of Change Tarot has beautifully painted, imaginative and colourful artwork on its 78 cards. It has multi-cultural, multi-ethnic, and modern imagery with an emphasis on nature and the natural world. It uses the Thoth tradition as a jumping-off point for the majors, though the minors are a more original system.