The Modern Witch Tarot has 78 youthful, contemporary cards with illustrations of all kinds of women, femmes, and the gender fluid.
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The Anna K Tarot is designed to show the fullness of human life and emotions through its cards. It is Rider-Waite based and generally uses traditional symbolism (with a few innovations), and has a strong sense of realism in its illustrations. Previously available in a limited edition run from the artist, it's now out in a mass-market edition from Llewellyn.
Anne Stokes Gothic Tarot is a 78-card deck from the same artist as the Necronomicon Tarot. The cards are filled with a dark fantasy mix of dragons, unicorns, skulls, vampires and bats. The minor arcana cards just show arranged suit elements, rather than illustrated scenes.
The Anne Stokes Legends Tarot is a 78-card tarot deck with illustrations chosen from the work of the prolific fantasy artist of the same name. The deck is very pretty in a sleek romantic medieval style, but only loosely linked with tarot symbolism. The minor arcana are also pip cards instead of being fully-illustrated scenes.
The Annotated Tarot of the Sevenfold Mystery is a simply stunning set of tarot prints from Robert M. Place, packed with esoteric symbolism. The 22 tarot cards and 6 informational cards are printed on large-size uncoated, high-quality paper, and the colours have a smoothly blended, three-dimensional look. It's a collector's item rather than a reader's deck, but it's worth having just to admire the art.
The Ansata Tarot contains 22 cards of very detailed, complex imagery and esoteric symbols, mixing European and Egyptian motifs. The 22 cards were first published in 1981 in German, then in English in 1985.
The Antiquarian Lenormand has 36 cards created by handmade collage from images from the 19th to early 20th century. The images focus on antique portraits and illustrated book plates, and have been carefully created for historical accuracy and to allow traditional reading. The playing card insets are also from a well-used set from the late 19th century. Self-published by and available direct from the artist.
The Antiquarian Tarot features 78 tarot scenes crafted from handmade collaged art of 19th century and older photographs and artwork. The illustrations have an antiqued look and include handwritten astrological signs alongside each title. The deck leans towards the Hermetic/Mystical tradition, and draws on the colour symbolism and principles of Paul Foster Case via the Albano-Waite Tarot. Self-published and available in three sizes from the artist.
The Anubis Oracle has 35 cards of Egyptian spirituality, including one Key card featuring Anubis, 26 deity cards, and 8 cards showing several deities in relationship. The illustrations have been created for the deck by talented artist, Kris Waldherr.
Work with the crystals' healing energies and principles and explore the crystal realm in the AORA Gemstone Oracle Cards. A particular gem is associated with each of the 44 cards in this gorgeous oracle deck.
The Apocalypse Tarot is based on an non-orthodox, esoteric interpretation of the main Christian symbols and ideas, and has three groups of cards corresponding to different spiritual levels. Now available in a self-published edition from the artist.