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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Lilac & Cherry Twilight Lenormand creates its Lenormand imagery from fragments of paintings from the 17th to 19th centuries. The collages, delicate colours, and fine details set inside the lace frame give the 37 cards a charming vintage feel.
A very striking unpublished, but complete, tarot deck of 22 cards. The Lilibel Tarot cards have a black background and strongly coloured scenes, with gold titles printed in Spanish.
The Liminal Tarot is a beautiful 79-card deck, created to be an all-image tarot that can be read without a little white booklet. It was guided by Thirteen's Tarot Card Meanings and Lady Frieda Harris' paintings for the Thoth Tarot. Self-published in a limited edition of 200 decks.
Linda Goodman's Star Cards are a set of 33 cards, inspired by teachings of astrologer and author, Linda Goodman. The imagery is evocative with the feel of air-brushed illustrations from the 1980s.
The self-titled Linde Famira Tarot, from 1982, has 78 Rider-Waite-inspired cards in black and white. The cards have multicultural imagery and were originally published in a German Tarot book.
The Linestrider Tarot is a 78-card deck of linestriders - those who live their lives straddling two worlds, ideas, mental states or realities. This deck takes that concept and merges it with Rider-Waite style tarot symbolism to create beautiful and evocative cards.
The Linweave Tarot is a 42 card deck printed in 1967 to promote a range of Linweave brand papers produced by the publishers. The huge - over 15cm by 22cm - cards were created by several artists and include only the majors, court cards and the Aces.
The Liquid Crystal Oracle draws on Atlantean spirituality and crystal devas to create a complete system of crystal healing. The 77 cards depict the energies of crystals rather than the stones themselves. The set also includes a 292-page companion book.
The LiteraTarot decks are the brain-child of the Italian Museo dei Tarocchi. In 2008 the theme of their yearly collaborative decks was the great classics of literature, and a deck was put together in each of the continents. The American deck was hosted by Arnell Ando.
The LiteraTarot Europa is one of the group of collaborative decks with a literature theme from the Museo dei Tarocchi. This one is by European - mainly Italian - artists, and is a limited edition, majors-only deck.