Black Tarot Readers, Psychics, and Astrologers: A Resource Guide

Black Tarot Readers, Psychics, and Astrologers: A Resource Guide July 6, 2020

Black Tarot Readers, Psychics, and Astrologers photo by Lilith Dorsey. All rights reserved. ( Mecca Woods and Lilith Dorsey -top. From left to right top row Rebeca Spirit, Rev. Phoenix Williams, Sangoma, Starlet Lebrun, bottom row Iya Mawiyah Bomani, Tehron Gillis, Rhonda Alin, and Jaishirelle.

There’s no doubt about it, we live in interesting times. Never before have Black Tarot readers, psychics, and astrologers been so seen, and so necessary. As a black woman I have always done my best to highlight Black practitioners in the occult, witchcraft, and psychic communities where we are traditionally under-emphasized. Please take a minute to look at the back catalog of the blog Voodoo Universe where we have featured such notables as:

Courtney Alexander and the Dust II Onyx Tarot – I fell in love with this tarot deck the moment I first saw it. Then I got to interview her in 2016,  and even had a visit from Courtney last year, and I fell in love even more. A truly melanated tarot was long overdue and this one is truly amazing. The artwork and knowledge that she drops here is vital for everyone.  For more information, and to purchase one yourself please see the website

Mecca Woods, Author and Astrologer– Many of you are familiar with the rising star of astrology known as The Meccanism or Mecca Woods, author of Astrology For Happiness and Success and co-host of TLC’s Stargazing. It was a true joy to be able to interview her here on Voodoo Universe. Click on her name to book a reading, I highly recommend it.

Brandi Auset, Author and Diviner – In my interview with Brandi I write “Brandi Auset is trained as a High Priestess of the Goddess, Reiki Master Teacher, massage therapist, spiritual counselor, and intuitive reader. She has been working with Goddess energy for most of her life, and she teaches workshops on many topics, including sacred sensuality, and techniques for infusing the Divine Feminine into daily life and spiritual practice.”

Fontaine Foxworth and Melanade Stand Tarot – All I can say is that it was a great honor and a true privilege to be included in this groundbreaking Tarot deck featuring Black and Brown women, and even one baby. Please check out this interview with creator Fontaine Foxworth and find out how this deck came to be.

Lilith Dorsey (your humble blogger here) – I’ve been reading cards professionally for over 30 years. I answered a lot of divination questions when I started this blog, and you can find my answers here. If you would like to book me for a reading please email me

Black Tarot Readers, Psychics, and Astrologers Resource Guide

The following is a partial list (in no particular order) of some of the amazing Black Tarot Readers, Psychics, and Astrologers out there, please use the info below to contact them directly and support them in whatever ways you can. Note: If you do not see an email listed, please click on the name to go to that person’s website or social media.

From left to right Rebeca Spirit, Rev. Phoenix Williams, Sangoma, Starlet Lebrun

Rebeca Spirit – email

Rev. Phoenix Williams – email

Sangoma– email

Starlet Lebrun– email

From left to right Iya Mawiyah Bomani, Giza Benu, Rhonda Alin, and Jaishirelle.

Iya Mawiyah Bomani – email

Giza Benu – email

Rhonda Alin – email

Jaishirelle – email

Top left Starr Ann RavenHawk, Top right Lisa Jade, Bottom left Bobby Boom, Bottom right Brandi Auset

Starr Ann RavenHawk- email

Lisa Jade

Bobby Boom- email

Brandi Auset– email

Top left Scarlet Moon, Top right Psychic Medium Gods Isis, Bottom left Summer, Bottom right Nekisha Wilkerson

Scarlet Moon– email

Psychic Medium Gods Isis – email

Summer- email

Nekisha Wilkerson- email

Top left Celeste Rowe, Top right Mohale Matsapola, Bottom left Bathing In Herbs, Bottom Right Queen of Scorpios

Celeste Rowe – email

Mohale Matsapola – email

Bathing In Herbs – email

Queen of Scorpios – email

Top left Adrienne Norwood, Top right Sen Elias of Crescent City Conjure, Bottom left Magnolia Wellness, Bottom right Ms. Joyce Tarot

Adrienne Norwood – email

Sen Elias– email

Magnolia Wellness – email

Ms. Joyce Tarot– email

Top left LaTasha Yancy, Top right Dezzy Alexander, Bottom left Healing Whispers, Bottom right Felicia Ivy

LaTasha Yancy – email

Dezzy Alexander – IG @vibrantblossom

Healing Whispers – email

Felicia Ivy – email

Top right Ziona, Top left Maha Shakti Devi, Bottom left EK Wild Witch , Bottom right Aligned Aura.

Zionna – email

Maha Shakti Devi – email

EK Wild Witch

Aligned Aura – email


As always if you have enjoyed what you read here please remember to like, comment and share ! And if you would like to be included in this list please email a photo and contact info to me at this post will be updated periodically, and likewise if I made any mistakes please let me know, this took over 10 hours to assemble and I apologize in advance if anything is incorrect.

About Lilith Dorsey
Lilith Dorsey M.A. , hails from many magickal traditions, including Celtic, Afro-Caribbean, and Native American spirituality. Her traditional education focused on Plant Science, Anthropology, and Film at the University of R.I, New York University and the University of London, and her magickal training includes numerous initiations in Santeria also known as Lucumi, Haitian Vodoun, and New Orleans Voodoo. Lilith Dorsey is a Priestess and in that capacity has been doing successful magick since 1991 for patrons, is editor/publisher of Oshun-African Magickal Quarterly , filmmaker of the experimental documentary Bodies of Water :Voodoo Identity and Tranceformation, author of Voodoo and Afro-Caribbean Paganism, The African-American Ritual Cookbook, and the soon to be released Orishas, Goddesses, and Voodoo Queens, as well as choreographer for jazz legend Dr. John's "Night Tripper" Voodoo Show. Her films have been shown at Harvard University, and her alma mater NYU. While Lilith Dorsey's writing has appeared everywhere from The Witches Almanac to Parabola. She is happy to announce the release of her new book Orishas, Goddesses, and Voodoo Queens- now available online and wherever books are sold. You can read more about the author here.

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