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The King's Journey Tarot is based on the fool's journey of spiritual growth as he progresses through the trumps, and draws on alchemy, spirituality and the elements. There are 94 cards in this deck, including the normal 78 and an extra Spirit suit.
A Life Sketches a Tarot is an interesting blend, illustrating the symbolic tradition of the Rider-Waite in a more Thoth-related style. The 78-card deck is intended for meditation and prayer, and is available from Gamecrafter.
A Passage in Time Tarot aligns historical personalities with the major arcana, and historical periods - Renaissance, Medieval, Byzantine and Roman - with the four minor arcana suits. The deck is as yet unpublished on paper, but is available on an interactive DVD.
A Poet's Tarot is a women-oriented 74 card deck from 1986. It has black and white non-traditional illustrations on one side, and on the back of each card is a linked poem in purple and silver (instead of a universal design). The suits of Sticks, Bowls, Knives and Pens are numbered from 1 to 13 - there's no distinction made for the court cards.
A Quantamplation Tarot is a multi-cultural 78-card deck combining meditation, divination, magic and metaphysics. It's part one of the set - a further 69 oracle cards will be added to make a 147-card 'Quantamplation TarOrac'. The tarot deck is almost complete, and the creator is a seeking a publisher.
The A'HA Oracle has 77 cards (18 colour cards and 56 black and white cards) with intuitive mandala artworks on each. The deck is designed to spark resonance between universal symbols and our collective unconscious, and be a tool for contemplation, spiritual guidance and clear insight.
AboraMana is a set of Goddess wisdom cards, the imagery and system of which were intuitively channeled by the artist. The 89 cards are not tarot or an oracle deck, but described as an illustrated cosmology, that explains 'the human position in the grand scheme of creation... from an exclusively woman's point of view'.
The Aboriginal Goddess Chakra Cards were inspired by the connection between the author's Australian aboriginal spirituality, the chakras, and deities from other cultures. It has 49 cards with similarly blended illustrations.
The Aboriginal Spirit Oracle is a 40 card inspirational deck, illustrated and channeled by Mel Brown, a Ngunnawal Aboriginal woman and clairvoyant. It combines aspects of feminine goddess energy with Aboriginal spirituality.
The Abracadabra: Le Streghe Giocano a Carte is a deck illustrated with witchy gnomes at play - gnomes with red noses and apparent alcoholic tendencies. It's a comical deck of 22 cards from Italian publishers, Hermatena.