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The cards give you images and symbols to focus your vague intentions and transform them into action. Your will is the magic. In other words, you are the magic. If you can create something in your heart and then act on it to make it happen, that is magic. Very simple, very straightforward—no witches, no spells, and no broomsticks.

Our extensive collection of Tarot card decks includes a huge variety of designs and styles, so no matter your taste or your level of experience with the Tarot, there's something for everyone! Start exploring now to find the Tarot deck that speaks to you.

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From traditional decks like the Rider-Waite to brand-new, modern designs, we're always adding new Tarot decks to our collection! Click on any deck below to see each Tarot card in the deck.

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{#1} -Tarot de Los Arcanos

The images of this Tarot deck of great symbology that will help you refine the readings for their specific meanings.

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{#2} -Tarot of Marseilles

Unknown author

The Tarot of Marseille is said to be one of the oracles, currently used, that is older and known to the present day. Even those who claim that its true essence is influenced by the ancient Egyptians. This deck contains clearly Egyptian, Christian and Pagan reminiscences.

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{#3} -Tarot Rider

Waite, Pamela Colman Smith

The Rider-Waite Tarot is a classic Tarot deck, perhaps the most well-known in the Western world. It is often called the first modern Tarot deck, as the cards drawn by Pamela Colman-Smith and commissioned by Waite were the first to use detailed pictures on the minor arcana cards.

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{#4} -Witches Tarot

Ellen Dugan

Based on the traditional Rider-Waite-Smith deck and filled with images that speak to today's magical practitioner, witchcraft takes center stage in this stunning deck designed by respected witch and psychic clairvoyant Ellen Dugan. Featuring vibrant artwork and award-winning artist Mark Evans, Witches Tarot is the perfect combination of Tarot and craft.

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{#5} -A Heavenly Host Tarot

Marvin Lawson

Tarot with beautiful illustrations forms this original oracle inspired by angelic beings and their world. He reminds us that they have the gift of protecting us and guiding us with their eternal love.

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{#6} -Triple Goddess Tarot

Jaymi Elford, Franco Rivolli

The Triple Goddess Tarot is inspired by the energies of the feminine divine, the cycles of the moon, and the life cycle journey of the Maiden, Mother and Crone. The 79 cards (there are two Fool variations) are borderless and have a spare, mystical quality.

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{#7} -Christmas Tarot

In this deck we find the smiling faces of babies and their parents, reindeer, elves and Santa Claus. The colors red and green predominate, as well as the color gold. These are colors that represent the passion and feelings of the color red, the relaxation and balance of the color green and the call to fortune and the richness of the color gold

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{#8} -Tarot Steampunk

Barbara Moore

The lens of steampunk is one of wistfulness and hopefulness and this blend of technology and possibility. With its fanciful worldview where machinery and magic intersect, it is a perfect social lens through which to conceptualize the Tarot. As a social subculture, I find steampunk’s focus on design and aesthetic to be very appealing.

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{#9} -The Star Tarot Deck

Cathy McCkekkand

Cathy McClelland has always had a fascination for symbolism, nature and the mysteries of life and beyond. The tarot system seemed to blend all of these ideas together. As she became more familiar with the imagery of the tarot, she realized how universal the symbolism was within each image of the tarot. The parallel between the tarot symbolism and lessons with the cycles of one's spiritual evolution and the cycles of nature captivated Cathy.

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{#10} -The Book of Shadows Tarot

Barbara Moore

The Tarot of the Book of Shadows, composed of two decks, is a tarot deck designed to contain and express modern pagan spiritual teachings. Pagan beliefs are broad and hardly unified, but we'll talk about that in a moment. The Major Arcana cards represent some of the basic principles of Wicca and the Arcana

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{#11} -Angel Deck

Marvin Lawson

It is a tarot deck of 52 cards with beautiful images of angels, but out of synchronicity between one card to another

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{#12} -Fin de Siecle Kipper

Ciro Marchetti

The Fin de Siecle Kipper is a set of German divination cards illustrated in Victorian style by veteran tarot artist, Ciro Marchetti. A Kipper deck is similar to Lenormand, but focuses more on people than events in its cards. This set has 39 cards: the 36 standard for a Kipper deck, plus three new additions.

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{#13} -Tarot Art Nouveau

Antonella Castelli

Tarot created with a lot of soft color and great scene detail both in its characters and in its posadas, of a true charm and art nouveau style, reflecting with its illustrations the different emotions of the human being, perfectly merged with each of the arcana of the tarot.

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{#14} -Tarot of the Hidden Forces

A tarot that exudes nature, excellent deck of cards to connect with the earth and its inhabitants. Magic, Energy, Meditations, very original

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{#15} -Celestial Tarot

Kay Steventon

The Celestial Tarot is from the author of the Spiral Tarot, Kay Steventon. The pretty, non-traditional images directly associate astrology, the planets, and the constellations with the 78 Tarot cards. Twenty-two majors are zodiacal constellations and ten planets (Pluto is counted as a planet) of astrology. Each minor suit is associated with an astrological element of fire, earth, air and water. The system includes Golden Dawn decanates, astrology, astronomy, myth and symbolism. Now available with a companion book as well as a standalone deck.

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{#16} -Grand Luxe

Ciro Marchetti

In Tarot Grand Luxe, Ciro Marchetti’s creative powers reach a brilliant crescendo. He has been an amazing artist from the beginning of his career in Tarot. Now he is a seasoned master of the Tarot, with a deep understanding of the occult aspects, as well as the artistic requirements, of deck design.

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{#17} -True Black

Arthur Wang

True Black's inspiration is timelessness. Tarot is a compendium of mankind's omnipresent hopes, fears, and dreams, and a tarot deck should feel as everlong and constant as our human nature. The figures, styling, and clothing are designed to be enigmatic in presence, unable to be placed in any specific time or place, though simultaneously colored with facets of both the past and future, an artifact of our collective consciousness.

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{#18} -Titanic Tarot Cards

The astonishing Titanic Tarot is designed to symbolically end the historic journey that began more than a century ago. The RMS Titanic set sail on a voyage on April 10, 1912. Just a few days later, that voyage ended abruptly for more than 1,500 passengers and crew. The deck is dedicated to the souls that were lost in the sinking of the Titanic and also to the memory of the 712 souls that survived.


{#19} -Celtic Dragon

DJ Conway, Lisa Hunt

Dragons are the theme of this deck and appear in every Celtic Dragon Tarot card, with or without humans. The scenes are the traditional tarot with some changes: swords are associated with fire and clubs with air

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{#20} -Tarot of the Sacred Circle

Anna Franklin & Paul Mason

The Sacred Circle Tarot is a deck of seventy-eight cards based on the pagan heritage of Britain and Ireland, their sacred rites, and the symbolic images of their tradition. The work is a mixture of drawings, photographs and computer generated images.

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{#21} -Tarot Connolly

Peter Paul Connolly

The Connolly Tarot is a set of 78 pretty vibrant and vivid cards. They have kinder and gentler tarot images with Christian influence. The author has also toned down two scary cards in the deck: Death is now Transition and the Devil is Materialism.

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{#22} -The Light Seer's Tarot

Hay House Inc

This 78-card tarot deck is a healing tool and guide to explore both the light and shadow sides of our nature. By reimagining the traditional tarot archetypes and symbols in a contemporary, boho, and intuitive style, The Light Seer's Tarot expresses the light and shadow sides of our natures and explores the lessons that can be learned from both.

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{#23} -Tarot Osho Zen


The Osho Zen Tarot is not a tarot like the others. It is not oriented towards the past or the future, like those, but focuses on capturing and understanding the here and now. The Osho Zen Tarot is a system based on Zen wisdom, which affirms that the events of the outside world are always a reflection of what we think or feel, even when we are not aware of our thoughts or feelings.

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{#24} -Egyptian Tarot


The Egyptian tarot is one of the oldest in existence, in fact, it is said that the reading of the Egyptian tarot became a way of understanding the occult and the art of divination. The Egyptian tarot is said to be more realistic than the other types of tarot, so much so that it feels like the card image jumps out of you, making it easy for readers to read and interpret.

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{#25} -Tarot Cosmic

Norbert Lösche

Fascinating tarot created by Norbert Lösche, which mixes reality with fiction, in a modern and conceptual climate, with styles similar to the Waite rider tarot, it shows us a tarot full of details with extra characters in each of the sticks of great color and perfect harmony with the arcana of the tarot.

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{#26} -Goddesses of the New Light

Pamela Matthews

Oracle Cards designed by Pamela Matthews. A tour of the different manifestations of La Diosa, represented by different cultures and different religious paths.

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{#27} -Tarot Fenestra

Chatriya Hemharnvibul

Spectacular Tarot, perfectly designed with a very elaborate border and with beautiful illustrations. In this work the elements of mythology are detailed art deco and also symbolize Japanese art.

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{#28} -Gilded Tarot

Ciro Marchetti

'Gilded Tarot', is a simple but exciting Tarot, created by Ciro Marchetti, with deep and intense colors, almost metallic, each card will have you looking at the images on several occasions.

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{#29} -Tarot Moon Garden

Karen Marie Sweikhardt

The Moon Garden Tarot is a feminine, magical and romantic Tarot with a symbolic and mystical expression that reflects the elements of moon magic.

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{#30} -Ibis Tarot

Josef Machynka

Ibis Tarot presents Egyptian figures, symbols and hieroglyphs with beautiful landscapes, and is based on the designs published in the book Practical Astrology by Comte C. de Saint-Germain.

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{#31} -Revelations Tarot

Zach Wong

The Revelations Tarot deck has imagery that is reminiscent of a stained glass window. The depictions are beautifully illustrated and double-ended, each displaying an upright and reversed image in the center of the card.

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{#32} -Angelic Tarot

El Yazay

Focused on the recognition of parallel and high energies that are part of our reality, it consists of 78 letters representing seraphim, cherubs, thrones, dominations, virtues, powers, principalities, messengers, angels and archangels.

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{#33} -Tarot of Dreams

Ciro Marchetti

'Tarot of Dreams' It is a Tarot created by Ciro Marchetti, with vivid colors and really precious art. Undoubtedly a deck that can be really appreciated to look carefully and find its meaning, without a doubt they cannot stop seeing it.

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{#34} -Angel Voices Oracle

Antonella Castelli

The angels that appear on the cover follow the structure described in the texts of the Medieval Christian Gnostic Tradition, where there are 72 guardian angels divided into nine choirs of eight angels each.

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{#35} -Sun and Moon

Vanessa Decort

The Sun and Moon Tarot deck playfully incorporates mythology and astrology, bringing a unique interpretation to the traditional Tarot that is both insightful and accessible.

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