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Not for beginners, this is a tarot study tool created to illustrate Valerie Sims' Comparative Tarot reading method. Images of four different decks are depicted on each card - the Universal Tarot, Tarot of the Origins, Tarot of Marseilles, and Tarot of the Sphynx.
The Compass of Fate is a hand-drawn Oracle deck of 144 cards. It is a variation on a Mahjongg set and is divided into six suits: Cast, Lands, Items, Season, Reason, Virtues, and Elements. The entire deck is available for download on the author's website.
The Connolly Tarot is a set of 78 rather beautiful vibrant and vivid cards. They have kinder, gentler tarot imagery with a Christian influence. The author has also toned down two 'scary' cards in the deck: Death is now Transition and the Devil is Materialism.
The Conscious Spirit Oracle is a gentle 44-card deck honouring the Divine Feminine in all her forms and life stages. Each card has an uplifting message designed to help the reader align their life with their higher purpose.
The Contemplative Tarot is a thoughtful deck influenced by the works of philosopher P.D. Ouspensky. It has Pagan-inspired, lifelike, three- dimensional major arcana cards, while the minor arcana owe their basis to the el Gran Tarot Esoterico and are in a flatter, less-detailed artistic style.
The Cook's Tarot: Dining with the Major Arcana is a set of 22 double-sided, large cards that beautifully combine tarot with food. Each card sets the scene for dinner with the major arcana's character, and provides a symbolically linked recipe as well. Now available in a full 78-card edition.
The Corneal Edema Tarot is an art tarot celebrating the gothic lifestyle. The images are composed of posed photographs, graphically edited to embed them into a textured space. The 22 majors have now been published in a limited edition of 50 decks.
The Cornish Tarot - Tarot Kernow in the Cornish language - celebrates the English area of Cornwall, with 78 computer-generated cards featuring images relevant to the area and its legends. Self-published as a limited edition.
The Corto Maltese Tarot is about a comic book character of the same name, by artist Hugo Pratt. Corto is an adventurer and sailor and the cards illustrate scenes, places and personalities that he encounters. The corresponding card in the Marseille style is also repeated in the four corners of the pale aqua border.
There are major arcana cards only in the Cosmic Egg Tarot. Ovoid shapes feature as the title suggests, but do not dominate. Images are brightly coloured and the cards are squarish.