Known for her works AKAMARA + OKANA, Lolu has always centered practices and traditions throughout the African Diaspora in her divination tools. Through the eyes of a practitioner who knows the underlying nuance and complexities the aim was and is to deliver a coherent and unifying body of divination resources. Asotele is Lolu’s first book that details her interpretation of what it means to be a diviner, what divination looks like from a uniquely black perspective and how it relates to notable spiritualists of their times dating back to the 16th century.
In this 430-page book the reader will find a wealth of knowledge about tarot, poker cards, fortune-telling, and Barajas Españolas as well as how to use those tools to weave a story.
This book houses:
Divination history in the African Diaspora
Type of divination within these communities
Famed spiritualists in the Diaspora
Relating tarot to the Qabbalistic Tree of Life
Theories of the similarities between the Dikenga and Jacob’s Ladder.
Upright and reverse meanings of all cards, in love, friendship, career, money, and spirituality.
Meanings for Tarot, Playing cards (Classic and Hoodoo), Barajas Españolas, and Meanings for the Multiples.
Universal Laws, spells, Card combinations sprinkled through out.
And lastly, workbook portion to strengthen your ability to read coherently and weave a story.