African Tarot Decks
Tarot cards with a theme based around African roots, cultures and traditions.
The African American Tarot is a strong and vibrantly coloured deck of scenes and imagery of African and Afro-American culture, animals and art. According to the booklet, each card is linked with an important deity, character or location in African-American history.
The African Tarot is a cute revision of the standard Rider-Waite with an African theme. Thick black outlines surround bright colours in the simple and two-dimensional art on small-size cards.
The Afro-Brazilian Tarot is dedicated to the divinities of the African Yoruban and Brazilian Candomble religions, and combines these and Santeria with the archetypes of tarot.
The Afrot Tarot is a set of 78 tarot cards, created using multiple different media - acrylic, oils, sharpies, paint pens and more - to signify the many types of skin tones and creeds of people of African descent.
The Ancient Animal Wisdom Oracle has 38 vibrant, cleverly illustrated animal spirit cards. Each card features a different African animal, linked with an inspirational passage, chosen to help the reader hear their own intuition and find clarity.
Dust II Onyx: A Melanated Tarot Deck is an intuitively created 78-card set, inspired by artist Courtney Alexander's desire to show the diversity of the African diaspora and break the boundaries of gender, sexual orientation and religion through Tarot.
The New Orleans Voodoo Tarot is suited for those who practice or are interested in the four cults of Voodoo, Santeria, Petro, Congo and Rada. The major arcana feature historical Voodooan characters.
The Tarot Lukumi is dedicated to Santeria, the Afro-Cuban Orisha Spiritual system known to its practitioners as Lukumi.
The Tarot of the Orishas is a bilingual Spanish/English Tarot deck that has 25 Major Arcana cards, and uses the four suits but without court cards. Element and Message cards have been added instead.
The Vudu Tarot is a 79-card deck drawing on authentic Afro-Caribbean style, pictographic drawings, culture and references. The cards feature diverse characters inspired by Catholic saints and Afro-Caribbean myths.