Caitlin Keegan is creating The Illuminated Tarot Guidebook
18

patrons

$27
per month
The Illuminated Tarot grew from my interest in learning more about tarot symbolism and archetypal imagery. I pulled one card at random each week for a year and created my own version. By the end of the year I had illustrated 53 cards that fold the Major and Minor Arcana of the tarot into a deck that can be used for both gameplay and self-reflection. The deck was published in 2017 by Clarkson Potter.

The Illuminated Tarot Guidebook will be written using a process similar to the one used to create the deck: I'll pull one card at random every week throughout the year and analyze its possible meanings. I’ll also offer a new set of journal prompts each week. Subscribers can use these prompts as a weekly writing exercise or as the basis for meditation and reflection. At the end of the year, I'll publish the completed guidebook and all subscribers will get a discount on the print or PDF version.

Beyond being a home for the guidebook in-progress, I hope this page will become a sort of Illuminated Tarot HQ – a community where readers can learn about the deck, ask questions, and connect with one another.

I’ll introduce other types of posts as well! Including, but not limited to:
  • sample spreads and readings
  • “behind the scenes” posts about how the deck was created
  • giveaways!
  • sneak peeks of upcoming projects
  • discounts on prints, original art, and other books I’ve illustrated
I'm excited to share this process with those who have already connected with the deck, and with anyone who is curious to learn more.

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About me: I’m an illustrator based in Brooklyn, New York. My work incorporates vibrant color and pattern and is heavily focused on symbolic and natural imagery. My published projects include:
You can see more at caitlinkeegan.com
Tiers
Subscribers
$1 or more per month 18 patrons
· The Illuminated Tarot Guidebook in-progress

· Weekly journal prompts

· Access to all additional blog posts

The Illuminated Tarot grew from my interest in learning more about tarot symbolism and archetypal imagery. I pulled one card at random each week for a year and created my own version. By the end of the year I had illustrated 53 cards that fold the Major and Minor Arcana of the tarot into a deck that can be used for both gameplay and self-reflection. The deck was published in 2017 by Clarkson Potter.

The Illuminated Tarot Guidebook will be written using a process similar to the one used to create the deck: I'll pull one card at random every week throughout the year and analyze its possible meanings. I’ll also offer a new set of journal prompts each week. Subscribers can use these prompts as a weekly writing exercise or as the basis for meditation and reflection. At the end of the year, I'll publish the completed guidebook and all subscribers will get a discount on the print or PDF version.

Beyond being a home for the guidebook in-progress, I hope this page will become a sort of Illuminated Tarot HQ – a community where readers can learn about the deck, ask questions, and connect with one another.

I’ll introduce other types of posts as well! Including, but not limited to:
  • sample spreads and readings
  • “behind the scenes” posts about how the deck was created
  • giveaways!
  • sneak peeks of upcoming projects
  • discounts on prints, original art, and other books I’ve illustrated
I'm excited to share this process with those who have already connected with the deck, and with anyone who is curious to learn more.

--

About me: I’m an illustrator based in Brooklyn, New York. My work incorporates vibrant color and pattern and is heavily focused on symbolic and natural imagery. My published projects include:
You can see more at caitlinkeegan.com

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Tiers
Subscribers
$1 or more per month 18 patrons
· The Illuminated Tarot Guidebook in-progress

· Weekly journal prompts

· Access to all additional blog posts