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Unboxing The Afro Goddess Tarot Arcanas 1st Edition || ALT Premium~Stargazer

I unbox The Afro Goddess Tarot Arcanas 1st Edition deck, by Andrea Furtick, and let’s just say, this deck has instantly become a soul deck for me. With its glossy black backings (be sure to check out the shape of Africa on the back of the card!), its matte fronts, and the gorgeous, bright images – you can’t help but to fall in love with the visual presentation. The clam shell box is also matte and the guidebook fits perfectly inside the box. The guidebook also has a nice, matte texture and it is packed with great information on spreads and the card meanings.

I missed the Kickstarter campaign for this deck, but I am ever so glad I was able to get my hands on this lovely first edition. I have used this deck at least a dozen times since purchasing it, and it has not once disappointed in the accuracy of readings and the quality of the cards.

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1 thought on “Unboxing The Afro Goddess Tarot Arcanas 1st Edition || ALT Premium~Stargazer”

  1. That is a lovely, well thought out deck. So many great little details to it that I can’t imagine how she sourced everything to make it come together! I love that she was able to create this deck.

    I totally understand wanting a deck that represents you without it going native/tribal. I’ll probably sound entitled as a white woman, but I’m only third generation on my paternal side. I’d love a Scandinavian/Swedish deck that wasn’t Viking themed, but represented some of the customs (like Fika), traditional foods (Bullar, Princess Cakes, lots and lots of coffee), maybe even traditional fables, and ritual practices (St. Lucia, Midsummer, etc.).

    Maybe one day I’ll do that, though I don’t feel I know enough. As I was first learning more about my Swedish roots I discovered a lot of things we did in our family that I thought of as just farming norms are actually a part of Swedish culture even today. It was really cool to realize that. I also recall watching the Swedish curling team in the Olympics and seeing my face. I have a very difficult time finding glasses frames because I have a wide face and there the whole team had my face and most of them wore glasses and I just wanted to crawl through the TV and ask what brands their frames were, lol! And to be in a space where I’m not feeling bad about my wide face.

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