Tarot Blogs—



Tarot Forums—

The Tarot History Forum makes for excellent reading. I waste way too much time here.

Aeclectic Tarot has a huge discussion forum and also lots of reviews and pictures of decks.

The Tarot Collector’s Forum focuses on artwork collection. It is a good way to snoop through other people’s collections.

Sites With Lots of Stuff—

Learn to play good ol’ fashion tarot gamblin’ games HERE and HERE. I only understand the basics.

James W. Revak has a real cool everything-tarot website called Villa Revak.

Adam McLean has a delicious collection of decks (& other info.) which he shares at his Alchemy Website.

Arnell Ando’s site has lead me a lot of great places. He also hosts Osvaldo Menegazzi’s LE Il Meneghello decks.

Tarot Passages was my first favorite place to visit, back before it was called Tarot Passages. It hasn’t been updated in ages, but it is still an excellent place to visit.


A Severely Incomplete List of Independently Published Tarot Decks—

Anna.K Tarot

Artist’s Inner Vision Tarot

Full Moon Dreams Tarot

Hezicos Tarot

Whispering Tarot, The

Sakki-Sakki Tarot