By purchasing this listing, you will receive a Death journal with slight foil imperfections on the cover. The journal itself is in perfect and unused condition and will come wrapped in biodegradable film. Due to the intricate nature of the Death design, some of the foiling in the hood and left shoulder did not transfer completely on some of our units. Imperfections are minor and mostly unnoticeable. Limited quantities available.
TheDeathTarot card is the 13th trump or Major Arcana card in traditional Tarot decks and often depicts the Grim Reaper - the personification of death. Despite its grave imagery, drawing an upright Death card is actually a symbol of transformation, change, letting go, and new beginnings. Think of it not as the death of a person - but the death of a cycle. When the Death card is pulled, it often represents the end of a cycle and the beginning of a new one. Because of this, drawing an upright Death card can be one of the most positive draws in the entire deck. The Death card can represent new opportunity and growth, making it an incredibly strong and symbolic card that can help set intentions and manifestations as you journal.
Inspira’s Tarot journals combine original and symbolic artwork with beautiful craftsmanship to create one-of-a-kind notebooks. Features include:
A5 sizing, hardcover notebook (148 x 210 mm)
192 premium ivory 110gsm dotted pages
White and gold foil cover design
Black security elastic
Red ribbon bookmark
Matte-finish silk touch vegan leather
All paper and cardstock is FSC-certified
Wrapped in biodegradable film
Shipped with fully recycled packaging materials
Printed in Europe
Illustrated by Adisa Codner
Inspira’s dotted Tarot journals are fantastically versatile. Some potential uses include:
Planner or bullet journal (bujo)
Book of Shadows/shadow work
List and note-taking notebook
Daydreaming and reflecting
Scrapbooking and vision boards
Inspira is committed to working with global manufacturers that uphold occupational safety, environmental, and labour (wages) standards. Our partner in manufacturing is U.K.-based with offices and factories across Europe and North America. All paper materials used in our journals (and packaging) are FSC-certified and recyclable (our protective plastic wrap is also biodegradable).