|Art Nouveau Tarot|
Perhaps the most romantic of the Tarot decks, featuring cards painted to look like stained glass. This deck is commonly used for questions of love and relationships.
|Arthurian Legend Tarot|
A beautiful deck that calls forth images of Arthur, Merlin, Camelot and the mythology that surrounded them. Charming and symbolically powerful.
|Book of Thoth|
The companion to the Thoth Tarot and required reading for anyone who studies Tarot as a tool of magick and the occult.
A most unusual deck that brings to life the grotesque world of Dutch painter Hieronymus Bosch. A deck prized by both art lovers and collectors.
|Cat People Tarot|
This deck paints a picture of faraway lands trod by mystical archetypes and their feline companions. This deck is a perfect tool for cat-lovers, dreamers, and idealists, and is a great choice for divining the nature of creativity and the human imagination.
|Celtic Dragon Tarot|
One of the most approachable decks, exploring everything from divination to Celtic magick. Somewhat more popular than it's cousin the Dragon Tarot.
A moving fusion of classic Tarot and Chinese traditional art and history. Exceptional.
|Choice Centered Tarot|
A different approach to readings, speaking more to inner and outer forces than to positive and negative forces, and covering numerology and symbolism as well.
|Complete Book of Tarot: A Step-By-Step Guide|
Offering a comprehensive understanding of the Tarot, its history, and its significance, this book also provides a complete home study program for the reader interested in expanding his or her powers of interpretation.
|Complete Guide to the Tarot|
A solid introduction to the symbolism of the Tarot cards and their use in divination, with some history and related mysticism thrown in for good measure.
A popular collectible, featuring some of the more striking fantasy artwork in the Tarot world.
|Encyclopedia of Tarot|
Comprehensive and rich in illustrations, this book is essential for serious collectors of Tarot.
As charming a deck as you will ever find, full of colorful depictions of faeries and their woodland friends.
An empowering new deck in which the goddesses of many pantheons form the arcana.
A modern celebration of late medieval artwork. This deck is the choice of scholars, for it evokes images of elegance amid barbarism, and the light of virtue in dark times.
|H.R. Giger Tarot|
A Tarot deck filled with dark majesty by a living visionary of the macabre. An unequaled tool for unearthing answers to questions you may fear to ask.
In this deck Hermann Haindl weaves a tapestry of haunting beauty from the traditions of Native America, the Holy Grail, the I Ching, Kabbalah and the Norse Runes.
A fun and humorous look at both Halloween and Tarot. This deck makes a great gift for anyone and everyone, especially fans of Tim Burton's filmwork.
|How To Read Tarot|
A wonderful value for the money, this is probably the quickest way to begin understanding readings.
|Learning The Tarot: A Book For Beginners|
An amazingly concise tutorial on using the Tarot for personal guidance. This book moves in 19 lessons from beginner to advanced, and is the perfect way to get started with Tarot. You'll probably want to pick up a copy of the Rider-Waite deck as well.
A breathtakingly beautiful illustrated tribute to the visionary master of the macabre. A must for all fans of things dark and foreboding, and one of our favorite decks of all time.
A reproduction of the centuries-old Marseilles deck, one of the oldest decks still in popular circulation. A "must have" for historians and collectors alike.
A colorful and poignant deck with a very vocal following. Well worth a look.
|New Palladini Tarot|
A project that was 25 years in the making, David Palladini created this deck to "bridge the ancient and the future". Using elements of Medieval, Egyptian and modern art, this deck is the ideal "mirror for one's own development".
|Numerology and the Divine Triangle|
A comprehensive text on numerology and how it relates to Tarot, including detailed descriptions of the numbers 1 through 78, and their astrological and Tarot correspondences.
|Osho Transformation Tarot|
A nonstandard and entirely unconventional deck, which draws vibrant readings around multicultural stories rather than from classic occult and astrological symbolism.
|Osho Zen Tarot|
One of the most popular new decks, focused on gaining an understanding not of the future, but of the here and now through the ancient wisdom of Zen. This is the deck of choice for achieving clarity in your innermost wishes.
A modern deck with symbolism drawn from the heroic age and rendered in renaissance style. This deck is an excellent choice when exploring questions of passion, mastery, and the inner workings of human reason.
This is the classic and most widely recognized Tarot deck, good for all manner of divinations. It is especially suited to questions of a mystical nature, and to issues of the world at large.
|Robin Wood Tarot|
A very highly regarded deck with strong Wiccan overtones and a striking illustrated visual style.
A modern deck of exceptional surrealist beauty and powerful mystic imagery. This deck is the personal favorite of the team here at Facade.
|Russian Tarot of Saint Petersburg|
The final commissioned work of Yuri Shakov. This deck is a masterpiece in the art of Russian miniature painting; an art rarely mastered. The rich, dark images lead themselves to more stoic interpretations.
|Sacred Circle Tarot|
Considered by many to be the most beautiful of Tarot decks, this is the deck of choice for modern pagans. The imagery is very crisp and makes use of locales that exist in the real world.
|Salvador Dali Tarot|
This deck is nothing short of a masterwork by one of the greatest artists of the 20th century. Every card has gold-gilded edges and bears Dali's signature. There is no more unique gift for the collector or serious student of spirituality.
|Seventy Eight Degrees of Wisdom|
A groundbreaking work, providing thorough and exhaustive descriptions of each card covering psychology, mythology, history, sociology, art and literature.
Drawn heavily from the Kabbalistic Tree of Life, the artwork and interpretation of this deck stand apart from all others. Vibrant, evocative, and highly spiritual.
|Tarot and Psychology|
A groundbreaking exploration of Tarot as a tool for psychotherapy, conducted by a clinical psychologist and backed up with empirical and statistical research. A book that carries the study of Tarot FAR beyond ones expectations.
|Tarot as a Way of Life|
Jungian psychology and astrology play heavily in this approach to selecting a deck that speaks specifically to you, and applying it to your inner life.
|Tarot Calendar 2002|
12 months of Tarot imagery, spreads, and information, along with daily moon sign, sun sign, and Tarot cards.
|Tarot For Your Self|
An exceptional book that emphasizes the deep spiritual relationship between the reader and the cards.
|Tarot History, Mystery, and Lore|
A carefully researched volume full of information on the true origins and influence of Tarot through history. Excellent reading and a solid counterpoint to the odd distortions of Tarot in the popular media.
|Tarot Made Easy|
A wonderful book that differs from the others in that it provides interpretations for each card WITHIN A CONTEXT (such as romance, career, or family). A great resource, especially for beginners.
The masterpiece creation of legendary occultist Aleister Crowley, featuring exquisite artwork and drawn from the mystical traditions of his Ordo Templi Orientis.
The world's smallest Tarot deck. Buy one for all your friends - we did!
The familiar imagery of Rider-Waite rendered in floral motifs and woodblock print, and the other conventions of traditional Japan. A stunning marriage of East and West.
|Voodoo Tarot of New Orleans|
A strikingly original deck rich in African and American nature imagery and the spirit of the Vodoin religion.
Delightful in evoking Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland with traditional Rider-Waite symbolism, this deck is favorite of adults and children alike.