A Tarot Website
By James W. Revak
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Interactive Adventures in Tarot
- The Amazing Major Arcanum Esoteric Symbol Quiz
- Name That Deck!
- Tarot History 101: An Interactive Quiz
Resources for Beginning & Advanced Students of Tarot
- A Beginner’s Guide to Learning Tarot
(formerly Selected Resources for New Students of Tarot)
- The Bookworms Guide to Tarot: An Annotated Bibliography
(Your Guide to Over One Hundred Tarot Books.)
- Selected Links (Recommended and reviewed Tarot books, cards, software, organizations, links, and more.)
See also Tarot Divination: Three Parallel Traditions
(Your guide to historical divinatory meanings assigned to Tarot cards by Etteilla, Mathers, & Waite in the Villa Revaks history room.)
(A humorous look at Tarot divination, cards, books, and more.)
- Demand Tarot Stamps Now!
- Divine Fifis Free, Authoritative, and Authentic Tarot Readings®
(Free Humorous Tarot Readings.)
- Earn Your Ph.D. in Tarotology Now!
- The Pictorial Key to the Tarot of the King of Cups in Tatters
(A Spoof of Waites The Pictorial Key to the Tarot and his popular deck.)
- Tarot Rock n Roll
- The Three Tarotists Who Met Hermes Trismegistus
- Todays Tarot Has It All!
- The Worst Things to Tell a New Student of Tarot Who Is Shopping for His or Her First Deck
- The First Systematic Integration of Tarot and Astrology: Etteilla’s Correspondences and Divinatory Method
- Great Tarotists of Yesteryear: Brief Biographies of Selected Tarot Personalities
- The Influence of the School of Etteilla on Mathers and Waite
(A research report on the influence of the eighteenth-century French occultist Etteilla and his disciples on S. L. MacGregor Mathers The Tarot & A. E. Waites The Pictorial Key to the Tarot.)
- An Invitation to Comment on an Apparent Nineteenth-Century Russian Etteilla-Style Tarot Deck
- The TarotL History Information Sheet
(A brief overview of Tarot history with special emphasis on correcting popular misconceptions.)
- Tarot Divination: Three Parallel Traditions
(Your guide to historical divinatory meanings assigned to Tarot cards by Etteilla, Mathers, & Waite.)
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Illustration (above): The Sun (detail) from I Tarocchi Dei Visconti by A. A. Atanassov (based on the 15th-century deck attributed to Bonifacio Bembo, copyright © 1995 Lo Scarabeo)
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