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 Women's Tarot has reasonably attractive cards with simple and slightly abstract paintings of female faces and figures. The white borders are very wide and some of the titles have been mis-translated, as seen on the Fool. The deck als has switched suit associations - Swords are Fire and Wands are Air.
The Wonderland Tarot has all the characters from Alice in Wonderland in this Rider-Waite reworking. There are suits of Oysters, Flamingos, Hats and Peppermills, and it also includes Tweedledee and Tweedledum as the Lovers.
Now available in a small-size tin edition!
The Wonderland Tarot in a Tin is a re-issue of the original Wonderland Tarot, packaged here in a pocket-size tin. It's a 78-card deck themed around the stories, scenes and characters of Alice in Wonderland.
The Woodland Wisdom Oracle is a deck of 29 cards of fairy and elf energies. 24 are 'Green Working Wisdom' cards, and 5 are 'Gold Power' cards. The art is pretty and illustrated by fantasy artist, Peter Pracownik.
The Word of One Tarot is a set of 123 cards from three different decks - each deck designed to represent a different state of consciousness. There is a reprint of the 79-card T: The New Tarot for the Aquarian age, a 22 card Medieval-style deck, and a 22 card black and white deck representing the Atlantean Age. The cards have a heavy, sticky laminate and adhere together very easily. The publishers are currently looking for a buyer for the deck, including all the inventory and copyrights.
People are the focus of this earthy but lighthearted tarot deck: people of every shape, age, hue and ethnicity. The World Spirit Tarot has recognisable and readable tarot scenes that were created by being carved out of lino, printed, then hand coloured. It isn't pretty art, as such, but it is lively, inclusive and joyful.
The WorldTree Tarot is a complete digital deck of 78 cards with full colour 3D computer graphics. The symbology is more or less in the Rider-Waite tradition.
The Wormweird Tarot is a true tarot of horror - there are few romantic gothic visions in this deck! Described as "an Absinthe-fulled descent into a Victorian never-land of plague, dark magick and monsters", the cards feature skeletons and piles of bones, ghosts, ghouls and more. The images were created using stage illusions and wax sculptures that were then photographed.
Based on the Wraeththu trilogy by UK fantasy writer Storm Constantine, each card represents a character from the books. The art is computer-manipulated, has a slight fantastical, vampiric feel, and is quite gorgeous.
The Wraithe Sigillum Tarot is based on traditional tarot, but each card has a very different illustration of a sigillum (symbol) of power that helps the individual connect with universal consciousness. Each sigillum was specially chosen by the artist based on his own experience. Available through The Game Crafter.