A non-standard Tarot to die for, from Andy's playing cards
Taotl deck (by Viassone, Italy); the cards shown are:
Taotl, Chipetl, King of Hearts (featuring king Moctezuma),
the ace and 9 of Totems, 3 of Clubs, King of Spades.
But something went screwy with this caption: to me, they look like Taotl, Black God, Chipetl, Ace of Totems, King of Hearts, Queen of Diamonds, Jack of Clubs and Ace of Spades...i.e. today's cyber-Tarot again: Sword Hallow! Do the gods play this game with this deck while no one looks? lol
The cards in the pack are 72. The trump cards are only seven: three gods (Red God, Black God and Taotl), and four identical Chipetl cards with a green skull; the remaining 65 cards are divided into five suits: Hearts, Diamonds, Clubs, Spades and ...Totems (actually, they are masks!), as stated by one of the booklets given with the deck. Each suit has values from 1 to 10, plus three courts (jack, queen and king).
The illustrations are in a typical style: the red suits feature native Aztec personages, while the black suits feature Spanish conquerors.
Two separate booklets give the rules for the Taotl game (a trick game, somewhat reminiscent of Bridge) and the instructions for a divinatory use.