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The New Orleans Voodoo Tarot (Destiny Books S.) Paperback – July 1, 1992
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"This book and tarot deck are both incredibly beautiful and give off the general awe surrounding the voodoo tradition. This set is a must for anyone interested in Voodoo or anyone who loves to use and collect unique tarot decks." (Morgaine, The Pagan Review, Oct 2007)
"This is the only Tarot book I've ever read, and I've read a lot of them, that truly engaged and engrossed me. . . . The artwork is remarkable and often striking, communicating complex and ancient concepts with bold, simple designs with images from modern day New Orleans." (Elizabeth Bisette, Mythology Editor, BellaOnline, Jan 2009)
"The first complete tarot to celebrate the magical roots and rites of an African-American culture." (New Age Retailer)
"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." (L. Simon Jennings, Alternatives)
"The New Orleans Voodoo Tarot is arguably the first truly American tarot as it is a natural extension of the New World spirituality it illustrates. Glassman's art brilliantly evokes the colorful and vibrant energy of the Voodoo tradition, and Glassman's and Martinie's companion text is clear and straightforward." (Hymenaeus Beta X, Frater Superior, O.T.O.)
"I checked out the New Orleans Voodoo Tarot. Wow. The authors created their book with great care and it is thoroughly enjoyable. It is well-researched, well written and educational. Voodoo and all of its cousin religions were unfolded to me as never before." (Elaine Riccardelli, A Sign of the Times Aquarius)
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.