The African Tarot Guidebook: African Deities, History, and More!

The African Tarot Guidebook: African Deities, History, and More!

The African Tarot Guidebook: African Deities, History, and More!

The African Tarot Guidebook: African Deities, History, and More!

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Overview

This powerful tool is packed with the richness of African and African American history, as well as Tarot insights that are sure to transport you on a journey back to roots and introduce you to the spiritual world of Tarot card readings. This book is an invaluable resource that enables us to continue the traditions of our ancestors by passing down their stories and creative folktales, which are brimming with the richness of African culture. The book dives into various Goddesses, Gods, Kings, and Queens, providing an abundance of inspiration and creativity that can be drawn from. It's high time we recognized our true identity, and this book will help us do just that. Jamal Davis's "African American Tarot Deck" serves as a companion to this in-depth guide to Tarot readings, which includes detailed descriptions of each card and connects with African deities, kings, queens, and pioneers in America. The book itself also covers topics like divination, chakras, zodiacs, and more, making it a comprehensive resource for anyone interested in Tarot readings.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781312615564
Publisher: Lulu.com
Publication date: 04/19/2023
Pages: 158
Sales rank: 699,922
Product dimensions: 8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x 0.43(d)

About the Author

The book's related works and contributions include the African American Tarot Deck by Jamal R Davis, with historical research by Ashay Dollison. The compiler and author of this tarot book, Jarmonay Nelson, conducted her own notes as a chef, caterer, and cultivator, with a keen interest in history. Future works from Nelson will feature a root-connected culinary book and much more!

The book's related works and contributions include the African American Tarot Deck by Jamal R Davis, with historical research by Ashay Dollison. The compiler and author of this tarot book, Jarmonay Nelson, conducted her own notes as a chef, caterer, and cultivator, with a keen interest in history. Future works from Nelson will feature a root-connected culinary book and much more!
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