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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Each of the 52 cards in the Vertical Oracle represents a quality, emotion or situation, intended to create more meaningful connections between the spiritual world (vertical) and the physical, everyday world (horizontal).
The Vertigo Tarot is a modern, slightly surreal and very gothic Tarot deck with dark artwork. By comic-book artist Dave McKean, it is a very popular deck and has been hard to find - but is to be republished in 2008.
The Vespertine Tarot deck is all made digitally and has a uniformly rich fantasy feel. The pip cards are gorgeous, but the humans in the court cards and major arcana look distinctly computer generated.
The Via Tarot is directly inspired by Aleister Crowley's Thoth Tarot deck, and draws on kabbalistic, alchemistic and magical sources. The Via's cards, illustrated in coloured pencil, resemble the Thoth's but are more aesthetically pleasing.
The Vibrational Earth Children Oracle has 52 engaging and uplifting cards, designed as a non-denominational deck for children from 8 years and up. It offers simple and positive messages, and can be used alone or with an adult's guidance.
The Vibrational Energy Oracle is a beautifully illustrated set of 52 cards, designed to help the reader uncover their vibrational healing energy. The set can be used for inspirational meditations, daily draws or readings. Self-published by the author with a companion guidebook.
The cards in the Vibrational Medicine Cards deck have dual meanings - there are 64 cards but the deck displays 128 different human situations, with colourful and intricate art.
The Vice-Versa Tarot is a unusual and creative double-sided 156-card exploration of tarot. The front of the cards have the normal 78 Rider-Waite based tarot scenes, while the backs of the cards show the reverse view, or a different perspective on the scene.
The Victoria Frances Gothic Oracle has 36 stunning cards of romantic melancholia. The illustrations, by Spanish artist Victoria Frances, are seductive, sinister, poetic and darkly evocative.
Made from a collage of Victorian era steel engravings of late nineteenth century figures and settings, these black and white cards in the Victoria Regina Tarot are complicated and fascinating.