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Millennial Tarot: A Deck and Guidebook for the Journey of Adulting (Because the Struggle is Real)

Scott Bergman

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Popular culture, Social networking, Tarot

This fully updated refresh of a popular self-published tarot deck -- now with more deluxe, more affordable packaging -- is a loving ode to the millennial generation's experiences and cultural touchstones, featuring lush, colorful artwork created in collaboration with Midjourney AI.

?Evoking imagery of avocados, student loans, side hustles, and other symbols of the millennial condition, this complete deck of 78 tarot cards and accompanying guidebook are a playful yet powerful tool for millennial mystics and those who love them.


- Anything but basic: The 78 cards in this deck feature the Major and Minor Arcana in bold, darkly dreamy artwork that evokes the Rider-Waite? tarot deck illustrations, updated for the chronically online generation. Each card and suit has been reimagined as an archetype of life for 80s and 90s kids, from The Millennial (The Fool) and Student Loans (Death) to Vibes (Wands) and Feels (Cups).
- Comprehensive af: The enclosed guidebook includes a detailed breakdown on using your tarot deck, as well as the TL;DR meanings (upright and reversed), imagery, and interpretations of each card.
- Hella deluxe: This deck includes 78 illustrated cards (3 x 5 inches), shrink wrapped and housed in a card box; a 112-page illustrated paperback book (3 x 5 inches); and a keepsake magnetic closure box (3-1/2 x 5-3/8 inches).
- No need for imposter syndrome: This deck is perfect for both tarot beginners and experienced readers, as it provides a deeper understanding of the cards while maintaining the traditional meanings.
- Inclusive and accessible: The imagery in the cards showcases LGBTQIA+, racial, body size, and disability diversity, reflecting the beauty and breadth of the Millennial generation.


A note on art creation: The tarot card images in this deck were developed in collaboration between artist and technology. They were created in part by generative AI.

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