The "Khar - Ma: Past Lives Divination Deck" has 63 different cards, all with both a picture and a title. Each card is also individually numbered. Sixty-three is an interesting choice mathematically -- 3 x 21 or 7 x 9.
But this deck is designed to have a secondary hidden wrinkle, card # 64. Like the Fool card in a traditional Tarot Deck, this card is numbered both 0 and 64.
Card 64 also adds another mathematical wrinkle to the deck. It is now 8 x 8 but, more importantly, it also matches the 64 squares on a chess board. To me, this linkage to Chess -- and the metaphors of the Game -- is vitally important to the mathematical magic implicit in this deck.
"The Muse at Midnight: An Oracle for Creative Artists" is a 40 Card Oracle deck designed specifically as an aid to creativity.
"The Tarot of Hungarian Shadows" is a traditional 78 card deck, with the Major and Minor Arcana. The cards are reflective of a 19th Century European world -- a world of mystery and intrigue . . .
"The Tarot of Hungarian Shadows" is privately printed and not available for purchase.
Above: "Khar - Ma Past Lives Divination Deck"
Above: "The Muse at Midnight: An Oracle for Creative Artists"