Erotic Tarot cards and decks with a sexy or sensual theme. Warning: these Tarot decks are not suitable for viewing by minors. Abyssal Tarot. The Abyssal Tarot is a unique art deck with 78 images of sensual underwater photography. The evocative images are aligned with the Rider-Waite tradition, though they differ in appearance.
Erotica is any literary or artistic work that deals substantively with subject matter that is erotically stimulating or sexually arousing but is not generally considered to be pornographic. Erotic art may use any artistic form to depict erotic content, including painting , sculpture , drama , film or music. Erotic literature and erotic photography have become genres in their own right. Curiosa is erotica and pornography as discrete, collectable items, usually in published or printed form. In the antiquarian book trade, pornographic works are often listed under "curiosa", "erotica" or " facetiae ". A distinction is often made between erotica and pornography as well as the lesser-known genre of sexual entertainment, ribaldry , although some viewers may not distinguish between them. A key distinction, some have argued, is that pornography's objective is the graphic depiction of sexually explicit scenes, while erotica "seeks to tell a story that involves sexual themes" that include a more plausible depiction of human sexuality than in pornography.
The last month of provides a most welcome change of cosmic scenery which should lighten things up considerably from a collective perspective, as well as a personal one. A Solar Eclipse in Sagittarius on December 14 starts the ball rolling with major enlightenment potential. Think of this Solar Eclipse as the wise mentor coming into your life to bring you a true growth opportunity.
Version 4. Each tarot is shown as a single record card. The decks are in alphabetical order except for new provisional entries at the end which get sorted into the main list once the information has been checked. The main database consists of a series of record cards which the user can page through one at a time, or search for individual items. I have now removed the separate sections for countries such as Canada, France, Spain, Australia and Italy as I have now implemented a new search engine which allows users to search for items only in a particular country, making these separate sections unnecessary.