My personal favorite! Aeclectic lists over 1000 (yes, count them) decks, most
with sample cards to view, reviews, and links to buy! Message boards,
interviews, tarot card meanings, and info on tarot books all add up to make this
an indispensable tarot site! Browse decks by almost any conceivable theme,
publisher or characteristic.
The ATA is a professional networking organization for anyone interested in
tarot. They offer classes, free readings and virtual conferences. If you join,
you can sign up to give free readings and gain valuable experience! Their
Resources tab lists tons of great tarot sites!
Facade allows you to do tarot readings, runes, I Ching and use other interesting
divinatory tools--no charges here, everything's free. And, for the People-fans
out there, read readings about your favorite celebrities!! For your own reading,
you can pick from one of about 20 decks, including the Minchiate deck which is
based on a 16th century deck with 97 cards, adding in cards for the Zodiac,
Virtues and elements above and beyond the standard Trumps. The readings are
computer generated, but I've found them to be just as unique as doing my own
readings (such as that mysterious process of getting the same card over and
over). It provides a basic interpretation for you, but of course, doing a bit of
your own work with the reading will reap great rewards.
This is Llewellyn's online journal. They feature articles on many Llewellyn
subjects, including Tarot.
friend and colleague Cheryl Pershey's site for her coaching, Tarot, and Reiki
classes and services.
friend and colleague Renna Shesso's site on Shamanism and Tarot. Don't miss her
amazing book, Math for Mystics!
This site provides the complete e-texts of a number of very important and
influential tarot writings from some of the great occult scholars. Read A. E.
Waite's The Pictorial Key to the Tarot, S. L. MacGregor Mathers' The Tarot, and
many others! A great way to deepen your knowledge.
Certification Board of America
This is a national organization for the professional reader. You can become
certified in seven different levels, starting with Certified Apprentice Tarot
Reader (Knows the meanings of the 78 tarot cards in the upright position and can
use simple spreads) and going up through Certified Tarot Grandmaster (Nationally
or internationally recognized tarot expert, teacher, author or reader). With
specific qualifications for each level, this is the standard of certification
for professional tarot readers in this country.
Get readings and collect Karma coins--and pick the deck that is used for your
reading! Lots of features, but does require membership.
A database of over 1500 decks (who know there were so many decks??); a library
full of articles, collector's decks, games and more; and of course a boutique to
purchase decks and tarot-related gifts!
Tarot Guild is an organization for Tarot Enthusiasts, Students, Tarot Meetup
Organizers and Professionals. Their Tarot Portal exists to provide a central
location for Education, Resources and Professional Services, as well as a place
for connecting and community.
is my friend and colleague Paul Nagy's site. He focuses on a very academic style
of Tarot exegesis called Tarot hermeneutics, in which correlations are drawn
between two disparate texts, in this case, between the Tarot cards and spiritual
or literary texts. I personally have found the hermeneutical style to be highly
effective for triggering the receiving of inner knowledge, or gnosis. I can
highly recommend this practice for those wishing to expand knowledge well beyond
the limits of the norm.
This is the Wiki of the Tarot! Articles on decks, card interpretations, history,
etc etc. Lots of great information and if you have knowledge to share, you can
join in the fun as this is a user developed site.
This is the homesite of Scott Womack's Today's Tarot Podcast!! Definitely check
it out and take a listen; you'll learn a lot and the music is really
Sign up here for Llewellyn's Tarot e-newsletter, Tarot Update. Excerpts from Llewellyn
titles, featured decks and sale decks, Tarot author events and links.
Concentrates on the origin and history of the Tarot.
Villa Revak: A
Very cool site! I was especially interested in The Bookworm's Guide to Tarot, a
room on the site that has tons of books listed, complete with rated reviews.
Also, some fun interactive stuff to do. Site is very extensive, with everything
humorous readings to in-depth scholarly articles.
friend Candice Gonzales-Cullen's site.
Association of Reiki Professionals
Center for Reiki Training
House of Reiki
and Bronwen Stiene's site.
Deacon's Reiki Pages
is an extensive site exploring a variety of Reiki styles both traditional and
Western. Written in an approachable, direct, and sometimes humorous style with
tons of excellent information.
friend and Reiki teacher's yoga and Reiki site.
Web Site, The
is Adam McLean's awe-inspiring site on alchemy. He shares a huge number of
primary source documents that cover all aspects of this chemical and spiritual
Not to be missed is Rafi Metz's fabulous site. You can get lost for hours here
exploring and discovering Kabbalah and Tarot, yoga, astrology, etc etc.
Overwhelmingly full of incredible information!
is Rabbi Ginsburgh's comprehensive site on kabbalah in the Hebraic tradition. I
find his explications of the Hebrew letters to be powerfully revealing.
is an indispensable source on the Greek myths, providing for every entry concise
overviews supported by excerpts from primary texts. It's brilliantly easy to
navigate, wonderfully illustrated, and deliciously comprehensive.
Denver Traditional Reiki Meetup is an opportunity for you to experience the beauty that is
Reiki, in a hands-on fashion. We host two monthly events:
1) Reiki Shares -- All are welcome to come to these events to learn more about
Reiki and to receive a session. Reiki practitioners are invited to come and
share their gift. 2) Hatsurei Ho Reiki Meditation -- Hatsurei Ho means "method for generating spirit." It is a traditional sequence of breathing, contemplative and energetic meditations used to raise energy. Feel the effect of practicing in a group! Prerequisite is required.
is the Meetup group that I lead. Denver Tarot Geeks is an advanced group of
tarot readers dedicated to the study of the esoteric and historical aspects of
tarot and the application of this knowledge for personal and spiritual growth.
Our meetings consist of sharing knowledge through presentations and discussions;
gaining insight through readings, meditation and exercises; and practicing
methods for applying what we learn to our lives.
Denver Tarot Meetup
Denver Tarot Meetup Group is a great community dedicated to the practice of
tarot. It is a safe and encouraging place for new and experienced readers to
come and read for each other and learn about all things tarot. Throughout its
history, Denver Tarot Meetup has hosted the best and brightest tarot readers and
experts from the Denver metro area and beyond, and given people curious about
tarot or eager to learn the perfect opportunity to mingle, meet new tarot
friends, explore and celebrate this special tool in their lives.
is a networking organization that provides online resources for groups that get
together in the real world. Not just a message board or mailing list, meetup
provides these offerings and many other ways to make it easy to schedule and
communicate meetings, events, classes, etc. Search for "tarot" in your
zip code to find other tarot enthusiasts in your area!
is a good community resource listing events and classes geared towards those who
practice an earth-centered religion. The site also lists articles, personal
profiles, organizations, and merchants.
For Heaven's Sake
4383 Tennyson Street, #1F, Denver, CO 80212.
Herbs & Arts
Great selection of books, lots of herbs and of course, lots of tarot decks. Great
and knowledgeable staff. I was told they would open decks for perusal, because,
as the owner told me, "it's not like an adept packaged it." Bonus
points for funny--and on the mark! 2015 E.
Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80206.
I had this site listed on my tarot syllabus as fantastic store that sells decks
online. Imagine my surprise when the Denver Tarot Meetup's first field trip meeting was
there, AND at the time it was only two miles away from my house. You sometimes forget that the
virtual world is grounded in the real world, and I had no idea these were one
and the same store. The online site shows an uncountable number of decks. You
can see 6 sample cards per deck, full size with plenty of details. And if you go
there in person, you can choose from a huge selection of decks in stock.
2775 South Broadway, Englewood, CO, 80113.
Shining Lotus Metaphysical Bookstore
They have a great selection of new decks, including
some interesting historical ones, but my favorite thing about this store is the
wonderful selection of used books and decks in the back. 2178 S. Colorado Blvd., Denver, CO 80222.
Not a huge selection of decks, but a playful atmosphere, and their open sample (full)
decks and comfy chairs to relax in make this a first-choice for deck perusal and
purchase. Not to mention the great people! They'll special order
anything they don't have in stock. 3301 E. Colfax Avenue, Denver, CO 80206.
A very small selection of decks, but the "cool" factor for this
independent community bookstore is sky-high. Of course, they can order anything
that's not on the shelves. Colfax: 2526 East Colfax Avenue, Denver, CO 80206;
LoDo: 1628 16th Street, Denver, CO 80202; Highlands Ranch: 9315 Dorchester