When I did my post on BIPOC Pagan and occult authors, I did Google for Tarot decks, but I did not find much. The amazing @revolutionary_mystic on Instagram has compiled a list of BIPOC Tarot creators.Continue reading
I have organized the list by author and added topic tags; if you prefer a list by topic, have a look at my 2018 post. This year I have added twenty new books to the list (some are classics that were not on the list before, but most are recently published books).
And I made a YouTube video about some of the Queer Pagan books in my collection.Continue reading
It seems all the cool kids have a YouTube channel these days, so I’ve revamped mine and started putting regular content on it.
A reading list of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour) authors covering Paganism, the occult, astrology, Tarot, and Indigenous spirituality.
Note that the deities of African diaspora religions can only be contacted through those religions and not via other religions. And that Indigenous life ways and spiritual practices are specific to their cultures and should not be culturally appropriated.
I’ve put out a call on Twitter and Instagram for more books to add to this list, and I will post updates (as I do with the Queer Pagan Reading List).
Reflections on systemic racism and how to deal with it, with reference to Tarot imagery. A powerful, must-read article.
I don’t really know how to write this post. The conversation about Black Lives Matter (hint: they do), about police violence against Black civilians,…
It seems that inclusive Tarot is in the air, because I have seen two posts about it today.