5 Best Websites For Learning Tarot

Tarot is my favorite tool for personal growth. I feel fascinated by the tarot cards – I like studying them and for some reason, I keep coming back to tarot all the time. I love the cards, looking at the images of various decks and of course, I like using it.

For anyone who starts with tarot it is important to start right. Reading tarot can be very simple, if approached right, with the right information in hand.

Here is my personal list of sites which have been helping me a lot when learning the tarot. If you have other sites which helped you, let me know!

1. Aeclectic Tarot Forum

This is a great tarot Forum to discuss anything about tarot. The community is very live and friendly. The forum covers areas such as tarot decks, using tarot cards, tarot spreads, discussion of tarot readings and many more. Seeing views of other people on any topic is always useful if you are learning tarot, it’s quite inspiring.

2. Association for Tarot Studies

Association for Tarot Studies has put together an online encyclopedia of tarot – Tarotpedia. It has an extensive section about various tarot decks, cards, usage, history, books and links.

In addition to the Tarotpedia, the main site of the Association for Tarot Studies is also well worth a visit. Have a look at their list of recommended tarot sites, they are all high quality websites about tarot.

3. TarotLog

Having your own personal tarot journal can be very useful when learning the tarot. You can record your readings and come back to them in the future. That way you can see how the event of your reading developed over time and take another look at your original reading. Sometimes, you will see things in the reading which you didn’t see before and you will learn new things!

I am one of those people who likes having things online, in digital form, accessible anywhere. TarotLog allows you to have your own personal journal online for free. You can record your reading by entering the cards you drew and then the whole reading is stored online including your interpretation. The cards are shown visually, so it is really easy to have another look at your reading.

4. Tarot Elements

This is a great site containing lots of very good and well written content. It has a good tutorial section with probably the best description I have seen online of how to use Celtic Cross layout. Also, the site contains a very good set of articles about Elemental Dignities. If you haven’t used Elemental Dignities yet, I highly suggest giving it a try, it really works perfectly.

5. Raven’s Tarot Site

Another site with great content. It contains excellent description of cards, elements, introduction to Elemental Dignities, the Tree of Life and the card numerology. I find the texts easy to read and follow, this site is well worth a visit.

The above is my personal list of best sites which help you learn tarot. No doubt some of you may have their own personal list – if you do, share your list in the comments!


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