The Modern Witch Tarot has 78 youthful, contemporary cards with illustrations of all kinds of women, femmes, and the gender fluid.
The Pagan Lenormand Oracle is the first-Pagan oriented Lenormand deck, where the traditional symbols have been re-interpreted to show Pagan diversity, symbology and beliefs. It's from Gina Pace, who also created the Pagan Tarot.
The Pagan Otherworlds Tarot is a high quality deck in every aspect, from artwork to the printing quality. It has 84 cards - it includes one extra major arcana and five unique 'Luna' cards - with spare but powerful illustrations with the feel of Renaissance art.
The Pagan Tarot (Tarot 2000) is a Pagan tarot deck for the new millennium, published in Cornwall, England in 2000. The card artwork is a hand painted and quite busy style with a border of Celtic knotwork.
The Pagan Tarot, from Gina M. Pace (known as Wicce on the Internet), combines the joys and problems of everyday life with Wiccan and Pagan spirituality. The art shows Pagan scenes and is also very modern and ultra-realistic: computers feature in several cards.
The Pagan Tarot Mini is the miniature version of Gina M. Pace's Pagan Tarot. The 78 cards have illustrations ranging from the modern and contemporary to Pagan and Wiccan symbolism.
The Pagan Ways Tarot is a 78-card tarot created around the Pagan worldview, spirituality, symbols and deities. Its images are photographically based, featuring real people on themed backgrounds. The deck is from Anna Franklin, a Pagan priestess who also created the earlier Sacred Circle Tarot.
The Pamela Colman Smith Commemorative Tarot celebrates the 100th anniversary of the Rider-Waite Tarot deck, and includes a faithful reproduction of the original deck published in 1909, the Smith-Waite Centennial Edition Tarot Deck. The commemorative set includes the deck of 78 cards, postcards, and two books, Waite's Pictorial Key to the Tarot and Kaplan's The Artwork and Times of Pamela Colman Smith.
The Panda Tarot is a light-hearted (and a little cheesy) 78-card deck featuring anthropomorphic pandas in mythical Chinese landscapes. Despite the Eastern theme, it is based on Rider-Waite tarot imagery.
The Parallel Worlds Tarot has 78 vivid and expressive cards illustrated in glowing colours, designed to encourage intuitive reading. The cards are inspired by traditional symbolism but also take some creative and unique departures (such as featuring a clown as The Devil). Self-published and available from the artist.
The Parfait Amour Tarot (or Perfect Love Tarot) is a dreamy, photographic collage deck. It has only major arcana, and is from Italian small-print publishers, Hermatena. Available in a limited edition of 500 decks.