This is a very impressive site. There are several sections within the
Tarot area. The Tarot Card Gallery, a great section where you can view
several cards from several hundred Tarot decks, with links to Amazon,
Ebay, and the artist's homepages; the ClipArt Tarot, a tarot card deck;
The SpellCaster, an online greeting card program modified to send tarot
spells online; and The Thoth Deck section. A technically sophisticated
This is a wonderful site, attractively presented with magickal touches
and many visuals. Besides Tarot, there are sections on occult information,
magickal items, and a gallery. The Tarot section has articles, reviews,
software, Tarot info, and a large range of Tarot decks illustrated with
half a dozen cards from each, and an amazingly extensive Tarot links
section. A great resource.
The electronic magazine (e-zine) for the Tarot community. Tapestry
is edited by Crystal Sage, and is a popular online source of Tarot information
for both the new Tarot reader and the more experienced Tarot reader.
Back issues are available.
and Rites Of Transformation (T.A.R.O.T.) (not currently online)
The website of Mary Greer, author of the best-selling trilogy of Tarot
books that began with 'Tarot For Yourself', which revolutionized the
field of Tarot as applied to personal growth and self-discovery. Tarot
news, reviews, resources, spreads, "how to's," and also featuring the
work of Ed Buryn, creator of 'The William Blake Tarot of the Creative
Imagination', a fine Tarot wizard if ever there was one.
A nonprofit information resource on the web, with tarot deck reviews,
tarot books, spreads and layouts, tarot links, tarot humor, a monthly
tarot newsletter, a tarot deck exchange and email tarot discussion list.
Don't be dissuaded by the simple design and rather stark colours - Wicce
(Gina M. Pace) is an articulate Tarot enthusiast, and the site has many
The Tarot School offers live and audio-taped classes, telephone teleclasses
and a correspondence course. Free 'Tarot Tips' newsletter, info on the
New York Tarot Festival, articles from Arcanum Magazine, links and more.
This is the website of musician, author, and teacher R.J.Stewart, creator
of the Dreampower Tarot and the Merlyn Tarot (illustrated by Miranda
Gray). There are free readings with the Dreampower Tarot here, but also
a large range of Tarot-related aspects such as a discussion of the Underworld,Magical,
Faery, and Kabbalah traditions, a discussion forum etc. A professional-looking
The enchanting and well-designed website of Thrysse, Tarot enthusiast,
with Tarot readings, reviews, articles, card images, and more.
This site aims to help you explore, enjoy and examine a range of subjects
encompassing mysticism, symbolism, philosophy, psychology, poetry, spirituality
and beyond. The sections include Tarot, Symbols, Kabbalah, Biography,
Astrology, and the Scriptorium. An erudite and well-presented site,
and a man, Robert Mills, though now unavailable to contact, with his
heart in the right place. Well recommended.
Cruz School for Tarot and Qabalah
Amber Jayanti, founder of the Santa Cruz School for Tarot & Qabalah
Study (l975), is a practical mystic who has been living, studying, consulting
with and teaching these subjects for over 30 years. She is the author
of "Living the Tarot, "Principles of the Qabalah," and "Tarot For Dummies"
among other works. The website has articles, reviews, a Q and A section,
and other resources.
The website of Dr. Art Rosengarten, psychologist, therapist, writer,
speaker, Tarot expert, and author of 'Tarot and Psychology: Spectrums
of Possibility' (2000). A sincere and intelligent consideration of the
Tarot. He includes his 'meanings' of the Major cards on this site.
'My amusements with a pack of tarot cards' as Mark Filipas says on his
home page. Mark is also an amazing digital
artist. This site has reviews and pictures of some rare 'favorite'
decks of his, and some essays on Tarot and esoteric traditions , the
Tarot and literary archetypes, and others.
This is the web site of Robert M. Place, creator of The Alchemical Tarot,
The Tarot of the Saints, and The Angels Tarot. It contains articles
on his decks and on magic and mysticism and features his art and mystical
jewelry. This site is a vessel dedicated to the spirit of Hermes and
meant to serve as a catalyst for personal transformation and improvement.
Robert is a consummate articulator of Tarot lore.
Since 1995 Joan Bunning has made this course available on the web. Learning
the Tarot is a self-paced series of 19 lessons that begin with the basics
and then move gradually into more detailed aspects of the tarot. These
lessons are geared toward beginners, but experienced tarot users will
find some useful ideas and techniques as well.
I have made this link to Nina Lee Braden's Moonstruck website's 'site
map', as I think that shows best the huge range of materials here: her
'Tarot for Spiritual Discovery' section with its reviews, major card
essays etc., the section of the esoteric symbols in the Rider-Waite
deck, the 'Tarot Reflections' section of guest writer's articles...
there is so much here. She also has a extensive links section with 'blurbs'
to help guide your way (like with this links area). A great resource.
The wonderful site of Joani Collins, with many different sections such
as Tarot book and deck reviews, articles, free automated readings, a
reader directory, Tarot card properties and interpretations, a cross-reference
to deck reviews from around the web, and a Tarot Talk forum with message
boards, instant messaging, note board, calendar, and chat.
at Telperion Productions
Tom Tadfor Little's website, an erudite and also warmly engaging Tarot
presence on the web. Forty odd decks to consider, essays on the evolution
and uses of the Tarot, the work of his own 'Hermit's Tarot' - very much
worth a visit.
Hermitage: A Tarot History Site
Tom Tadfor Little's online resource for Tarot history. Very thorough,
information on the history of tarot, the cards themselves, theories,
games played with them and more!
An interesting and visually engaging site, with a Kabbalist perspective.
Tarot Fractals by 777
These are amazing - The Thoth Tarot deck Major Arcana transformed with
fractal software and the eye of the artist. Some are more successful
than others in my view - I especially liked these versions of the Fool,
and the Universe.
It perhaps takes some familiarity with the Thoth Tarot to appreciate
Nellie Levine's Tarot website, very attractively designed with over
30 Tarot deck reviews, a Tarot journal, tips for beginners etc.
An Italian website (though in English), Alida deals with rare, unusual,
ancient, mostly European Tarot decks - 500 or so of them.
The website of Fern Mercier, Tarot and Astrology consultant, teacher,
writer, and presenter, She's based in Auckland, a good friend of mine.
She considers Tarot and Astrology as "ancient language systems that
can bring insight and healing into our modern lives", and uses and teaches
these disciplines "in the old traditions of divination (fortune-telling)
as well as a meditative path to self-understanding."
Psychic Adventures Newsletter
Free monthly newsletter covering tarot, healing, psychic and other New
Age businesses, created by my friend Pat Martin, including news of her
book, Tarot for Business.
Levitt's Tarot Site
A tarot, feng shui, astrology, and Goddess spirituality website. Scholarly
articles, book excerpts, and book reviews. A clear, beautifully presented
The Enchanted Spirit Metaphysical Resource Center, run by Rebecca Brent,
is one of my favouriteTarot-related sites on the web, offering horoscopes,
tarot readings, classes, e-books, free ezines in your email, and free
articles through their online metaphysical ezine, The Enchanted Sprite.