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Morgan's Tarot is not really a tarot in the strict sense, but 88 cards of modern, alternative, amusing and strange archetypes and situations. It was first self-published in the seventies, and then in the eighties and again in 2009 by US Games.
The Morgan-Greer Tarot is a reworking of the Rider-Waite deck created in the 1970s. The cards are borderless, and the artwork has a lush, immediate feel, where the characters are shown in close-up. It's a good option for beginners.
Now available in a small-size tin edition!
The Morgan Greer Tarot in a Tin is a small-size version of the classic 78-card Morgan Greer Tarot. The cards measure at 2 x 3.5 inches and are packaged in a cute and durable tin container.
The Mortem Oraculum - the Death Oracle - has 22 cards evoking the beauty and inspiration of death. The cards, rich in animal imagery and alchemical symbols, were hand-painted in human blood.
The Mother Mary Oracle: Protection Miracles & Grace of the Holy Mother is a 45-card oracle deck from Alana Fairchild. The cards have soothing and illuminating illustrations, designed to offer affirmations and practical healing.
The Motherpeace Tarot is an unusual deck with definite feminist leanings, but unlike many feminist decks it does show a few males. This was the first of the round Tarot decks.
Bea Nettles' photographic tarot, the Mountain Dream Tarot, was originally published in the Seventies - this is a new, remastered edition. The majors and the suits are each tinted a different hue, and the photos fill the whole card leaving only a small white border.
The Mouré Tarot was published in France in 1984. It has 22 cards with colourful, wavery art that appears as though it is being viewed through water. While not yet out of print, there are a few copies still available from the artist.
The Movie Monster Tarot is a fun deck of 23 cards, featuring well-known monsters and horror movie stars like Frankenstein, Elvira, Freddy Krueger, Dracula and more.
The Mutation Tarot is a reading deck in the Rider-Waite tradition, but with a twist in the imagery - there are fantastical sci-fi creatures instead of humans. The 78 cards are illustrated with a variety of creative, non-human creatures from the artist's dreams. Self-published and available in a bordered and borderless edition from the artist.