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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Simple tarot images painted in primary colours on 5cm rounds of oak wood. The cards of the Oak Tarot show the oak pieces lying on a pale blue background.
The Ocean Oracle introduces divining with shells in this huge deck of 200 cards. The front of the card has a photograph of the seashell; the back has the common and Latin name for the shell, and its meaning. It's a workable divination deck and a thorough reference on seashells.
The Oceanic Tarot is an ocean and mermaid themed deck of 78 cards. The major arcana are pretty cards featuring mermaids, while the minor arcana are simple sea-life themed pip cards in suits of Dolphins (Cups), Sea Turtles (Pentacles), Sharks (Swords) and Seahorses (Wands).
Ogham: The Celtic Oracle has 21 large cards, each featuring a tree significant in Celtic and Druidic mythology. Illustrated by Peter Pracownik, who has created fantasy artwork and the Dragon Tarot.
The Old Arabian Lenormand is a nostalgic evocation of historic Arabia, based on the artist's memories of travels throughout the region. The 39 cards have been created in a deliberately romantic style, designed to resemble antique oil paintings and watercolours. Self-published in a limited edition of 1000 decks.
The medieval English style artwork in the Old English Tarot has a has a wonderful soft, old-fashioned look. The majors are quite simple figures, while the minor arcana show the suit elements and a tiny scene at the base of the card.
The Olympus Guardian Tarot II is a majors-only set from South Korea. The cards depict Ancient Greek deities and game symbols and ratings.
A tarot of the Ancient Greeks. Each card in the Olympus Tarot represents a myth, hero, monster or god from Greek legend, depicted in dramatic comic-book style.
Omegaland is a 78 card deck set in a dystopian, apocalyptic modern universe of the same name. The illustrations are survivalist and heavy on the rifles, crossbows, and tins of beans. It's both a tarot deck and card game, and instructions for both are included with the deck.
The design is ultra-modern and computer-generated in the One World Tarot deck. It focuses on the astrological aspects of tarot, but also touches on numerology, color theory and other esoteric symbolism.