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 Original Dog Tarot is a light-hearted tarot-inspired oracle, with 'Major Barkana' and 'Minor Barkana' cards. It's designed specifically for divining the canine mind.
The Original Rider-Waite Tarot differs from the Rider-Waite Tarot, as it has less saturated colours and a brownish hue, titles as drawn by Pamela Colman-Smith, and a more decorative back pattern.
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The Osho Transformation Tarot features parables and legends from Zen, Buddhism, Christian, Tantra and other religions. It has 60 cards and is not really a Tarot deck; it has no major arcana or suits.
The well-known and beautiful Osho Zen Tarot, in print for over two decades, is now available in a smaller, pocket size edition. The 79 cards are similar to the size of playing cards, and packaged with a small-size version of the existing companion book.
Based on the transcendental game of Zen, the Osho Zen Tarot is a non-traditional deck of 79 cards. There are many changes that suit the Zen theme, including one extra major arcana card for Osho, and four suits of fire, clouds, water, and rainbows. The cards span the range of human experience, from the stunningly beautiful to the ridiculous and mundane.
The Ostara Tarot has 78 cards exploring ideas and themes related to the natural world, wilderness, and feminine intuition - with a little surrealism. It was created in concert by four different artists, each contributing a suit and a share of the major arcana.
The Oswald Wirth Tarot is a deck of 78 cards, based on the 22 majors created in 1889 by Swiss occultist, Oswald Wirth. It has a Marseilles foundation, with some changes based on the ideas of Eliphas Levi. The card art is illustrated in primary colours on a gold metallic background.
The Otherworld Tarot has been brought to life by fairy artist, Sarah Nowell. The major arcana cards are simplified, but bright and attractive. The minors diverge from the Rider-Waite scenes, relying more on the suit emblems and one or two objects to convey the tarot meaning.
The Oz Oracle is inspired by the classic book, the Wizard of Oz by L. Frank Baum, and is structured around Dorothy's journey from home, through Oz, and to home again. The 60 cards are colourful and positive and designed to guide and inspire. Self-published and available from the artist.