The Sacred Sisterhood Tarot: Deck and Guidebook for Fierce Women (78 Cards and Guidebook) (Kit)

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By Ashawnee DuBarry, Coni Curi (Illustrator)
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A tarot kit for the modern mystic, creatively reimagined with inclusive, female symbology and a vintage-poster aesthetic.

“Ashawnee is one of the brightest young readers out there today. New to the game but full of wisdom, she’s one to keep an eye on. I think she’s going places that are interesting (and into intriguing directions with tarot too).” —Theresa Reed, Tarot Bytes podcast



The Sacred Sisterhood Tarot is an invitation for all to tap into the energy of the Divine Feminine and reclaim the tarot as a tool for self-care, spiritual growth, and self-actualization. Tarot was created during a time when the patriarchy maintained tight control over the roles that women were allowed to assume, and as a result most decks overlook the rich religious and spiritual status women have held throughout history. The Sacred Sisterhood Tarot is a complete reimagining—it’s what happens when we open up every card in the deck to feminine energy. True sisterhood is about coming together in a sacred space to support one another—no matter how you identify.
 
In the accompanying guidebook, readers will learn about spreads, shuffling techniques, and cleansing practices. Detailed keywords and meanings are provided for all 78 cards whether they are upright or reversed.  This tarot set is also an international collaboration between Ashawnee DuBarry, an intuitive tarot reader based in New Jersey, and Coni Curie, an Argentine artist.  The cards themselves were created to resemble vintage posters with a modern edge and features the original French name for each of the Major Arcana, such as La Papesse for the High Priestess and Le Diable for the Devil. The number system and minor Arcana follows the traditional Rider-Waite-Smith convention.
 
Through the imagery, keywords, card meanings, and an exploration of female symbolism, readers will be instilled with confidence not only in their own feminine power but in a deeper understanding of a centuries-old craft.

About the Author


Ashawnee DuBarry is an intuitive tarot reader and astrologer based in New Jersey. She offers tarot and birth chart readings and works with women to help them connect with their inner goddesses. She is an advocate for mental health awareness and is passionate about helping her clients to use tarot as self-care, to heal, and to understand themselves more deeply. Learn more about Ashawnee and join her 35.5k followers on Instagram at @ElysianSpiritTarotLLC, where she posts daily messages.
About the Illustrator:
Coni Curi is an Argentine artist and illustrator based in Buenos Aires. She gets her inspiration from folklore, astronomy, mythology, and the occult. Learn more at conicuri.com or join her 55.9k Instagram followers at @conicuri. 


Product Details
ISBN: 9781590035252
ISBN-10: 1590035259
Publisher: Red Wheel
Publication Date: October 15th, 2021
Pages: 80
Language: English

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