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Digitally published, the Three Cats Tarot was inspired by the creator's three cats. The cards show partly human, partly feline people along with the standard Rider-Waite Tarot symbology.
The Threefold Oracle is a divination and inspirational deck, consisting of three different sets of the 22 major arcana cards. Each set has been created in a different medium - watercolours, lino block prints, and mixed media.
These large oracle cards combine Buddhist symbolism and gemstone photographs. There are five suits of eight cards in the Tibetan Gemstone Oracle, each standing for aspects of earth, air, fire, water and etheric, plus five 'skandha' cards.
The Timeless Tarot is an eclectic mix of classic paintings and vintage illustrations from the 14th to the 20th century, designed to align in symbolism and mood with the classic Rider-Waite. Self-published and available from the artist.
This entomological tarot deck, by the same artist who created the Hugobian and Goblin Tarots, is major arcana only. Each trump in the Tiny Tarot is represented by a different insect - a praying mantis is the Fool, a spider the Star, and a dung beetle Strength. The card size is actually very small - the entire deck is printed on an A4 sheet.
The Tiny Universal Waite Tarot is one of the smallest decks I've ever seen - with 78 cards that are just 2 x 3.5cm. They're a little too small to shuffle and are best drawn from a bag for a reading, or just used as tarot decorations.
Titania's Fortune Cards are a modern reinterpretation of Mlle. Lenormand's Fortune Telling Cards. These cards are very simple - each featuring a single object - and are almost fluorescently coloured.
Titania's Star Tarot has 78 simplified Tarot cards, illustrated in flat planes of colour and without a lot of detail. Human figures are presented as silhouettes. The card are smallish in size, about the size of regular playing cards.
The Today's Journey Tarot is a modern, 78-card tarot that relates the archetypal imagery through everyday experiences instead of esoteric symbolism. It's a gentle and simplified deck, with soft illustrations of modern scenes. An expanded, separate companion book is also now available.
The Toltec Oracle is a deck of 33 cards, featuring colorful artwork from original 16th-century Toltec sources. The deck incorporates Toltec spiritual principles and is intended to be a path for self-development, rather than fortunetelling.