The New Orleans Voodoo Tarot (book and tarot card set) (Destiny Books) Paperback – 1 Jul 1992
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""New Orleans Voodoo Tarot" is a stunning achievement. Both a graphic tour de force and a fascinating insight into the mysterious, yet compelling, mythos that is called Voodoo."
About the Author
Louis Martinie is a teacher and musician, who has served as editor of Black Moon Publishing for the past fifteen years. He is an accomplished drummer of both sacred and secular music, and is the author of "Waters of Return" and "The Aeonic Flow of Voodoo." About the Illustrator: Award-winning artist Sallie Ann Glassman was educated at Columbia University and the New Orleans Art Institute. She is the designer of the Enochian Tarot, and is a published book cover illustrator.
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I am not ready to share this deck yet and prefer to use it as a learning tool. It is wonderful in this role as there is no need to plan learning. The use of the cards allows you to be guided in learning and the book opens up the understanding of the cards. Excellent starter for the student of Voodoo or Santeria. But if used as a regular tarot I would not recommend it for a beginner unless already familiar with the subject.
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I'm new to voodoo Im a witch and into allsorts of witchy things tarot included which i read and collect i thought id treat myself to this set as it is so different. Read morePublished on 16 Jan. 2008 by mystery