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Tarot of the Divine Handbook: A Guide to Understanding Tarot Symbolism


A guided journey through the archetypes and symbolism of tarot, as interpreted by the artist behind Tarot of the Divine, the tarot deck rooted in multicultural deities, folklore, and fairytales.

Reading tarot cards is both an art and a mindfulness practice. In this guided journal, artist Yoshi Yoshitani guides spiritually curious readers through the universal symbolism in each of the 78 cards in a tarot deck, offering space to reflect on your own understanding of the cards, as well as activities to strengthen your tarot-reading skills.

Yoshitani describes the art and archetypes of the Major and Minor Arcana in Tarot of the Divine, outlining the cards' key interpretations and visual symbols. Throughout, the vivid art and fascinating background prompt you to explore the Fool's Journey, interact with the cards in new ways, and apply your learnings to any of your favorite decks. Yoshitani's reflection questions provide a thoughtful avenue to approach your tarot readings, encouraging you to record your findings along the way.

Study the archetypes, connect with your favorite cards, and strengthen your intuition using Yoshitani's Tarot of the Divine as an anchor for learning.

  • Detailed symbolism breakdown of all 78 Tarot cards
  • Blank pages to record personal insights
  • Exercises to aid in learning Tarot
  • Tarot Spreads
  • Teaching readers how to create their own unique spreads
  • Hardcover
  • 8.5" x 6" x 3/4"
Artist Yoshi Yoshitani

Yoshi Yoshitani is the Eisner Nominated creator of the Tarot of the Divine and Beneath the Moon, as well as illustrator on the graphic novels Zatanna and the House of Secrets and I Am Not Starfire. Past clients include Disney, DC Comics, Vault, Image, Dreamworks, and Netflix. When not attending comic conventions, Yoshi likes to research world mythologies, listen to audiobooks, and talk about multicultural identities.

Currently located in California, Yoshi is available for freelance and contract work.