The Jane Austen Tarot deck

The Tarot of Jane Austen is a marvelous achievement. Diane Wilkes has beautifully blended two worlds that, on the surface, are not connected. As she scratches that surface and digs deeper, she reveals that these two worlds do have much in common, for both expound the virtue of balance and provide guidance in recognizing our own moral compass. Read more The Jane Austen Tarot deck

The Lenormand Tarot deck

Traditional tarot decks consist of 78 cards that are divided into 5 suits: 4 elemental suits (earth/Pentacles, air/Swords, fire/Wands, and water/Cups), as well as a trump suit called the Major Arcana. This structure is not evident in the Lenormand deck, which consists of 36 numbered cards. While there are playing card images on many Lenormand decks, the suits are not taken much into account other than Aces are often good, and clubs are usually not so good. The court card inserts are sometimes used to describe people. Read more The Lenormand Tarot deck

The Crow’s Magick Tarot deck

The Crow’s Magick Tarot by Londa Marks is designed to capture “the place of dreaming and visions” which is the world of the crow. It is a world where “strange planets and empyrean worlds merge with wildlife, cyber and geometric spirits.” Birds and other creatures are dominant in this deck of bright colors on a black background. Read more The Crow’s Magick Tarot deck

The Art Deco fortune telling cards

Art Deco fortune telling cards

The Art Deco cards first published by Piatnik in 1936, and the poster like images relating to the current times and the social concerns. When you study the cards deeper, than the image simplicity suggest at first sight, it reveals its secret, a deep understanding about human nature, the psyche, helping to understand not only others but yourself as well. Read more The Art Deco fortune telling cards

The Farshian fortune telling cards

Farshian Fortune telling Cards

The Farshian Fortune telling Cards are an Iranian deck. A Persian (non-tarot) fortune-telling cards featuring beautiful, dream-like illustrations by the Armenian-Persian artist Farschian on the front, and calligraphied fortunes (text in Farsi) on that back. Read more The Farshian fortune telling cards

The Gypsy fortune telling cards

Gypsy fortune telling cards

The origin of the modern Gypsy fortune telling cards are the Sibilla cards. About the classic Sibilla cards, there is unfortunately very little historical information.
The term Sibilla was derived from the ancient word Sibyl, which means as much as prophet, seer, oracle. The first mentions a sibyl go on Plato’s works, back in the 4th centurie before Christ. Read more The Gypsy fortune telling cards

The Lenormand cards

Lenormand cards

Marie Anne Adelaide Lenormand (1772–1843) aka Mlle Lenormand, was a French professional fortune-teller of considerable fame during the Napoleonic era. In France Lenormand is considered the greatest cartomancer of all time, highly influential on the wave of French cartomancy that began in the late 18th century. Read more The Lenormand cards

The Japaridze Tarot deck

The Japaridze Tarot is a fine art tarot of 78 cards with original artwork by Parisian contemporary artist, Nino Japaridze. Her tarot artwork is bold and evocative, exploring tarot symbolism through collage-style surrealistic paintings. Published in a deluxe set by US Games, and with a full-colour 176-page companion book. Read more The Japaridze Tarot deck

The Book of Azathoth Tarot deck

The Azathoth Tarot is Nemo’s Lockers’ homage to the great Howard Phillips Lovecraft and is intended to be a deck that might have existed in the Lovecraftian universe, perhaps even used by the witch, Keziah Mason, or old wizard Whateley; and to carry forward the eldrich atmosphere that Lovecraft weaved so well. Read more The Book of Azathoth Tarot deck