Moon Void Tarot Guidebook
Moon Void Tarot Guidebook
Moon Void Tarot Guidebook
Moon Void Tarot Guidebook
Moon Void Tarot Guidebook
Moon Void Tarot

Moon Void Tarot Guidebook

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The Moon Void Tarot companion guidebook for the Moon Void Tarot deck 

Moon Void Tarot follows one central character on their journey through the tarot, as a means for shadow work, deep self reflection, and healing. In this 192 page comprehensive guidebook, each of the 78 cards are listed with illustrations and modern interpretations.

What is also in this guidebook:

- Working with the Moon Void Tarot deck

- Story behind the deck

- Working with the elements in Tarot

- Alter building and Tarot

- Several Tarot Spreads

- Reading Reversals

- Astrology & Tarot

The extensive Astrology & Tarot section has all of the information needed to deepen your tarot practice by incorporating astrology. There are accompanying tarot spreads for each portion of the astro guide

The artwork of the Moon Void Tarot is inspired by Stefanie's personal interpretations of each card's meaning. She has combined traditional symbolism with an innovative and modern approach. Instead of a parade of characters, there is one central character - The Fool, who embodies each archetypal energy as she makes her journey through the 78 cards. While keeping the suits and all card names the same as more traditional decks, such as the Rider Waite Smith - Stefanie has done away with the gender implications of the court cards. Instead, she has broken each card down into it's elemental combination using alchemical symbols and animal spirit guides. 
Tarot is the journey of the self, and the vessel of communication between our physical bodies and the Universe. While deeply personal, there is a wonderfully supportive community at all levels that support Tarot. This community inspired Stefanie to make a digital guidebook in the form of an Instagram account - @moonvoidtarot. This account serves as a reference for card meanings as well as an open forum for people to share their own interpretations of the cards, ask questions, and develop a support system.