Design and Artwork
The Sranang Tarot by Rachida Kacimi is a beautifully designed deck that pays homage to the diverse cultures of Suriname. Each of the 78 cards is adorned with vibrant colors and symbols that reflect Surinamese customs and traditions. The deck’s artistic expression is a celebration of unity and diversity, making it not just a tarot deck but a visual representation of cultural harmony.
Symbolism and Themes
Divided into 56 Minor Arcana and 22 Major Arcana, the Sranang Tarot embodies the mysteries of life and the journey of self-discovery. Each card in the Major Arcana represents significant life lessons, while the Minor Arcana provides detailed insights into the day-to-day aspects of life. The deck covers various areas such as love, work, conscience, and self-development, guided by the concept of ‘Wintys’—a term resonating with guidance and understanding.
This tarot deck is more than a divination tool; it’s a guide for navigating the complexities of life. The Sranang Tarot is suitable for both beginners and seasoned tarot readers, offering a unique perspective on personal growth and understanding. The deck is accompanied by a manual, providing detailed interpretations of each card and instructions on how to use them effectively in readings.
About the Author
Rachida Kacimi, with over 20 years of experience as a card reader, astrologer, and psychic, brings her profound love for Surinamese culture into this tarot deck. Her personal journey, influenced by her late husband Remie Bart from Suriname and her daughter Lindsay Kacimi, is deeply embedded in the artwork. Kacimi’s expertise and cultural appreciation make the Sranang Tarot a unique and insightful tool for those seeking guidance and self-understanding.
- 78-card deck infused with Surinamese culture and vibrancy
- Covers various life aspects like love, work, and self-development
- Guided by the concept of ‘Wintys’ for deeper understanding
- Inclusive of a detailed manual for guidance and interpretation
- Suitable for a wide range of users, from novices to experienced readers