Tarot Cards

10 of the World’s Most Unique Tarot Card Decks

Tarot and oracle cards are an integral part of our metaphysical practice, and continued exploration of the human soul’s journey here on Earth. The decks serve as three-dimensional tools which allow you to see your thoughts outside of yourself, in order to divine a potential future based off of your current thinking patterns/vibrations.

Below, we’ve taken the liberty to compile a list of some of our favorite decks – from beautiful to bizarre, each tells a unique story – which you can apply to your story as well.

Which deck do you want to try? Share your thoughts, and suggestions by commenting below!


  1. The Brown Magick Oracle: NJ-based artist Richie Brown created the Brown Magick oracle after finding inspiration from our grandmother’s oracle cards (see: A Little History). This unique deck explores the “Science of Maybe” with unicorns, aliens, and poop. Pick a random card online to see your fortune. $20.00 – buy online by clicking here.


2. Black Power Tarot Deck: Musician King Khan and graphic artist Michael Eaton collaborated on the Black Power Tarot Deck, which was overseen by filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowosky — who reconstructed the famed Tarot de Marseille. The cards feature black musicians, activists, and other public figures. $40.00 – buy online by clicking here.


3. The Major Arcana by Oliver Hibert: The release consists of a custom pack of 22 tarot cards designed by Oliver Hibert together with a book featuring an introductory essay by Oliver Hibert and a substantial essay by the British writer and lecturer Caroline Wise.  $50.00 – buy online by clicking here


4. The Wild Unknown: During a journey of personal transformation, writer and illustrator Kim Krans created The Wild Unknown Tarot Deck. This beautiful set of cards is unique, beautiful, and affecting. $40.00 – buy online by clicking here. 


6. The Fantod Pack Tarot Cards: A doom-filled deck designed by Edward Gorey, which forecasts some rather unpleasant outcomes (hair loss, spasms, shriveling). It comes with a book offering interpretations by quirky Gorey character Madame Groeda Weyrd, “who Gorey tells us is of mixed Finnish and Egyptian extraction, has devoted her life to divination, and is the author of, among a shelf of other works,Floating Tambourines, a collection of esoteric verse, and The Future Speaks Through Entrails.” $11.00 – buy online by clicking here. 
7. Baroque Bohemian Cats’ Tarot: Enough said. $28.00 – buy online by clicking here
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8. City Mystic – New York Tarot Deck: New York City’s architectural history goes occult. $50.00 – preorder online by clicking here.  
9. The Ghetto Tarot: In Haiti, ‘ghetto’ means a life in the slums. It means living without financial security. Yet ‘ghetto’ also means community, family, solidarity, strength and rich creativity. The Haitians are claiming the word ‘ghetto’ for their own. The word reached the island from overseas where it was associated with racism, poverty and exclusion. They liberate themselves of this unfavourable interpretation and are turning it into something beautiful. Their act of appropriating a cheerless word by altering its meaning is an act of inspiration.  Watch the traditional Tarot characters come alive in a colorful, creative, provocative, modern deck. Change your perspective, change your life! $39.00 – order online by clicking here.
10. Sacred Sites Oracle Deck: Have you ever felt drawn to visit certain sacred sites? Are you specially moved by pictures of some spiritual places? This new deck by Barbara Meicklejohn-Free connects you with the energy of 52 of the world’s most sacred sites, uniquely covering in each card your past, your present and your future. $24.95 – order online by clicking here. 

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