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Types of Tarot Decks

Aquarian Tarot
Aquarian Tarot

Review the Aquarian Tarot deck: the art, cards, symbolism, and meanings.

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Hanson Roberts Tarot
Hanson Roberts Tarot

Hanson Roberts Hanson Roberts Tarot symbolism faithfully follows the Rider-Waite deck, reimagined by the artwork of Mary Hanson-Roberts, whose delightful detailed drawings spark the imagination for insightful tarot readings.

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Morgan Greer Tarot
Morgan Greer Tarot

Morgan-Greer The magical imagery of the Morgan-Greer Tarot deck is based on the Rider-Waite Tarot, and is designed to create an emotional reaction through full, expressive scenes in deep, saturated colors.

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Radiant Waite-Smith Tarot
Radiant Waite-Smith Tarot

The new Radiant Rider-Waite Tarot is the latest offering in a long line of historically accurate decks from Stuart R. Kaplan based upon the illustrations of Pamela Colman Smith.

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Robin Wood Tarot
Robin Wood Tarot

The Tarot is a set of cards with pictures and numbers on them, used for Divination. In a classic Tarot deck, there are 78 cards, divided into two main groups, the Major Arcana, and the Minor Arcana.

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Universal Waite-Smith Tarot
Universal Waite-Smith Tarot

Tarot decks are currently sought by teenagers, students, homemakers, businessmen, professional people, collectors—indeed, persons from all walks of life. Newspapers, magazines, radio, and television frequently comment on the Tarot vogue.

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Waite-Smith Tarot
Waite-Smith Tarot

From the U.S. Games Smith Waite Centennial Tarot booklet: Dr. Arthur Edward Waite (1857-1942) was a genuine scholar of occultism whose published works include The Holy Kabbalah and The Key to the Tarot first issued in England in 1910. Waite utilized symbolism as the key to the Tarot pack.

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