Here is a table of contents for all of the articles in my Blog. I hope you will find whatever you need to about Tarot!
Six of Wands • Nine of Wands
Seven of Swords
Seven of Pentacles
Looking at the Numbers
Better Reading with Lightning Round Tarot • A fun and simple exercise to experience new relationships and develop rapid interpretations
Five Excuses Not to Buy a New Deck • Why the Rider Waite will always be a solid choice
Four Practical Tips to Rephrasing over Email • Practice makes perfect, learning to read online can only sharpen your Tarot skills
Three Example One Card Readings • These readings were performed online, demonstrating the steps in rephrasing over email for curious readers
Tips for Reading on the Road • Tarot has long been associated with
wanderers, here are tips to overcome any language and culture gaps while on the move
Two Basic Steps to Learning Tarot • Simple suggestions to give a very basic ground of understanding of the Tarot
Lord Hanuman’s Scroll • A dream to lay out a new way to look at the Two of Swords, and Swords in general
The Wisdom Game • An article about Tarot’s potential impact as a confidence builder in young people
Other Updates • 2/18/10 : Free Talk Announcement • 3/11/10 : Free Talk Review
There are a lot of fantastic blogs, forums, and resources for Tarot on the web. Since I can’t hope to be exhaustive, I have only picked a few to highlight some popular choices.
Tarot on the Web
Aeclectic Tarot • Such a popular forum for tarot enthusiasts, I’d be remiss not to include it here. I don’t personally participate, but its certainly an excellent resource.
LearnTarot.com • I like this site just because it has all the card images and basic interpretations available for those looking to learn the classic Rider-Waite-Smith deck.
Tarot Eon • Douglas Gibb’s unique attitude makes for a diverse, well written blog. Unfortunately Tarot Eon appears to be defunct.