Welcome to The Starchild Tarot AKASHIC

All above gallery images taken by Kristi Prokopiak 

Image taken by Kristi Prokopiak

This deck has been created as a separate edition from its original predecessor (the Starchild Tarot), to connect with new realms of topics (and worlds) to explore. Although both decks are unique from one another, they highlight the Cosmic-Starseed themes throughout both versions. This Akashic deck has new artwork, card backs, spiritual keys, and box designs.

With this special edition, each image is imbued with its own symbology, sacred geometry and magic, to help guide you along your journey into the Akasha and beyond...


So what does “Akashic” mean?

The “Akasha” or Akashic Records is an infinite resource of information that can be accessed to help learn more about our divine blueprints. Also known as the great “library” or “Hall of Records”, it is a representation of the primordial life force energies that exist in all things (physical and non-physical), the collective consciousness, as well as every thought, action, word, or emotion that has ever existed throughout our Universe. As so much is stored within this database, it is constantly changing and updating with new information – much like a living energy (which can also be described as divine Source, or the mind of the universe).

Accessing the Akashic records can be done in various ways, with reading the Tarot as one fine example.




Here is a sample of some of the images featured throughout the Starchild Tarot AKASHIC edition

Throughout the Major Arcana I have added “Spiritual Keys” to help provide some more illumination in working with this deck - I decided to incorporate these, as I kept seeing the symbols and connections coming up repeatedly as I worked with these cards, and knew that on some level, they too could work as access points to help guide you along your journey into the Akasha. You can look to these topics as references to further information, or to simply inspire new thoughts and ideas as you read your cards. They can also be used for meditation, visualization, or magical practices that you can incorporate into your own reading practice. 

For example - each Major Arcana card incorporates the following topics in chart form:

  • Astrological/Planetary
  • Chakras
  • Gemstones
  • Guides
  • Symbols