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Black Girl Magic from RP Mystic

A close-up on one of the four card backs from the Golden Mantras deck. this illustration shows a side view of a woman's face. She has Bantu knots and golden earrings and nose ring. The woman's features are outlined in black with her skin illustrated with a dark purple coloring. Thin golden rays radiate from from her face, against a black background.We’re proud to celebrate our Black creators with a spotlight on their powerful offerings for our community!

Introduce the world of astrology to middle-schoolers with Astrology for Black Girls by lifelong astrology practitioner Jordannah Elizabeth, illustrated by Chellie Carroll. Deepen your own astrological practice with the Signs & Skymates book, journal, and mini deck from star West African astrologer and founder of KnowTheZodiac and @ScorpioMystique, Dossé-Via Trenou. Awaken your ancestral connection with the Black Tarot deck and accompanying Ancestral Illumination guided journal from activist and social justice griot Nyasha Williams. Elevate your vibrations with the soon-to-be-released Golden Mantras deck from The Mama Green founder Destiny Taylor.

Learn more about these offerings below, and dive even deeper with our exclusive blog posts.

Look to the Stars

From the RP Mystic Blog

Important Life Seasons That Impact Our Compatibility with Ourselves and Others

Illuminate Your Ancestral Connections

From the RP Mystic Blog

Introduce Astrology to Young Girls

From the RP Mystic Blog

Star Sign Self-Care from Astrology for Black Girls

Image of first page of the Star Sign Self-Care activity sheet

Coming Soon

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Photo of cards from the Golden Mantras deck, arranged diagonally showing card faces and card backs.

Meet the Creators

Meet The Author: Dossé-Via Trenou

Dossé-Via Trenou is a West African astrologer who has been studying the field since she was 10 years old. In a quest to better know herself, she explored her own birth chart, as well as those of her friends and family, and astrology became her passion.
In July 2011, when Dossé-Via was a sophomore at the University of Southern California, she created her Twitter page @ScorpioMystique, where she shared knowledge about her zodiac sign. She has since attracted hundreds of thousands of loyal readers on her social media accounts. Dossé-Via now shares astrological knowledge with all 12 zodiac signs via her platform and app, KnowTheZodiac. She views astrology as a tool for empowerment and healing.
Dossé-Via graduated with her Master’s degree in English Education from Teachers College, Columbia University in May 2017, and has been working as an entrepreneur and creative ever since. In addition to her work as an astrologer, Dossé-Via is a professional model, actress, and creator of Magic & Melanin, a travel agency providing immersive experiences for humans of African descent to know, explore, and invest in the Motherland. Dossé-Via's much-loved EP of meditations, Dream with Dossé-Via, provides soulful affirmations to help raise our collective vibration. She lives in West Africa with her children Nova and Rémy.

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Meet The Author: Nyasha Williams

Nyasha Williams, a passionate social justice griot, grew up living intermittently between the United States and South Africa. Nyasha’s mission is to use words and stories to decolonize literature, minds, and spiritual practices.

Nyasha is a firm believer that the story lives within each of us and that it is our mission to use stories to spread understanding, healing, and empowerment. Nyasha encourages us to uncover and share our stories through her work so that we can all learn, grow, and create meaningful change.

Nyasha’s writing is rooted in her understanding of the powerful potential of stories to create transformation and reveal truths that have been hidden for too long. She strives to use her words to ignite new conversations, inspire action, and ultimately help create a more equitable and just world.

“As BIPOCs, we are operating and navigating systems that weren’t made for us and are actively working against us,” says Williams. “My efforts as a creator, author, and activist are to combat the systems of White supremacy, colonization, and the patriarchy, working towards decolonizing, liberating, and indigenizing our minds and world.”

Writing to Change the Narrative is Nyasha’s way of bringing her passion for storytelling to life and helping us all to write our own stories. With her help, we can all find our voices and use them to write a better world.

Her latest children’s book, Ally Baby Can: Be Feminist, was just released, and she has five additional children’s book titles coming out in 2023. Her tarot deck Black Tarot: An Ancestral Awakening Deck and Guidebook published in December 2022, and she has an oracle deck coming in the Fall of 2023. You can find her on Instagram at @writingtochangethenarrative. She lives in Northglenn, Colorado, with her husband.

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Meet The Author: Jordannah Elizabeth

Jordannah Elizabeth is a music journalist and author of She Raised Her Voice! by RP Kids as well as the forthcoming A Child’s Introduction to Hip-Hop. She’s studied astrology, mysticism, and tarot since she was twelve years old and recently studied under the world-renowned American astrologer Acyuta Bhava Dass. She’s written on a number of topics for Ms. MagazinePOPSUGAR, O Magazine, and Cosmopolitan.

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Meet The Author: Destiny Taylor

Destiny Taylor a.k.a The Mama Green is a Pisces dreamer from the Midwest, creating in California. After nearly a decade of publishing digital content on Youtube and Instagram, she wanted to offer something tangible that fellow dreamers could invite into their homes—thus her journey as an author began. Her first publication, Golden Mantras, is a beautiful affirmation deck dedicated to Black Women. Through her work, Destiny hopes to help readers feel seen, safe, understood, and empowered in their truth.

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