an illustrated woman with long black hair wearing a kimono stands on a red bridge over a pond with the moon behind her head and reflected in the pond

Tarot of the Divine: A Deck and Guidebook Inspired By Deities, Folklore, and Fairy Tales from Around the World

by Yoshi Yoshitani Author

This gorgeously illustrated tarot deck features symbolism and mythology from cultures the world over, and seamlessly blends disparate folklore, fairy tales, and religious impulses with traditional tarot archetypes. Author and illustrator Yoshi Yoshitani has drawn on Peruvian, Chinese, Japanese, Norwegian, Persian, English, Greek, Danish, and Maori spiritual and mythological traditions (among others!) to inspire and guide this tarot deck. The accompanying guidebook helps the user decode the meaning of their readings, and explains the relevance of this cornucopia of cultures to the tarot. A beautiful deck with a cosmopolitan and universalist take on the traditional Major and Minor Arcana.