Tarot for Pregnancy: A Companion for Radical Magical Birthing Folks by Brittany Carmona-Holt
About Tarot for Pregnancy
Tarot for Pregnancy is for parents-to-be who want to tap into internal and ancestral wisdom on the journey to and through parenthood.
Written for both the amateur tarot fan and the initiated birth activist, Tarot for Pregnancy offers a rare tour-de-force, opening up the tarot as both a guide to the future and a handbook for the important activism that modern birthing requires.
Tarot for Pregnancy aims to inspire and ignite those who wish to utilize their journeys to birth as a means of activism, personal empowerment, and magical parenting.
Carmona-Holt's book offers tactical guidance and rituals to guide the reader's birthing experience, empowering them to connect to their ancestral truths in order greet their baby on their own terms. Throughout the book, Carmona-Holt helps the reader to better understand, experience, and advocate for their soon-to-be baby by utilizing the magic of the tarot to guide and empower them.
Filled with illustrated pearls of wisdom, Tarot for Pregnancy offers a trauma-informed, antiracist, and evidence-based spiritual resource for folks wanting to make intuition-led decisions about their care during pregnancy and birth.
About the Author
Brittany Carmona-Holt (aka The Birth Witch) is a full spectrum doula and instructor, community midwife's assistant, tarot reader, poet, reproductive justice advocate, partner to Alex, and parent to Kahlo Sol. She received her education and from Mama Glow and is still constantly continuing her education on all experiences along the reproductive continuum. Her purpose is to help reignite the cellular wisdom in pregnant, birthing, and postpartum folks so they may reconnect with their innate power.
Kimberly Rodriguez (PoetaGoddess) is a first-generation Xicana Indigena artist and the eldest daughter of two undocumented parents who occupies so-called Oakland, CA, land to the Ohlone peoples. Kimberly's art, inclusive of different body types, is rooted in her culture and her decolonizing journey.