If you are looking for some tarot resources, this list will be helpful for you. This is by no means an exhaustive list of everything out there, however, it is a good place to start. I use all of these resources on a regular basis.
Here are the best tarot blogs I’ve found to date.
This website is packed with information on the cards, tarot spreads, and using tarot for personal development.
The Tarot Lady
This site features information on tarot spreads, the cards themselves, astrology, and she has a podcast, too.
This is next-level tarot. Benebell dives deep into each card, applying the Hermetic principles, symbolism, occult meanings. I would check this site out once you have a good handle on the meanings.
These are the most useful books I’ve found on reading tarot.
The Ultimate Guide to Tarot
This is a detailed guide that features meanings of the card, spreads, mythology, and symbolism. I absolutely love this book!
The Easiest Way to Learn the Tarot Ever
This book is full of easy exercises that will help you learn the tarot card meanings more quickly. I wish I’d had this around when I was learning.
The Ultimate Guide to Tarot Card Meanings
This book is focused on the card meanings themselves. It is comprehensive and will give you a very thorough understanding of each and every card.
Kitchen Table Tarot
This book is a more relaxed, friendly, almost casual approach to the tarot cards. This book is about creating your own meanings for the cards and boiling them down to the essential aspects.
Tarot YouTube Channels
These are the channels I regularly check out. I’m always building my tarot knowledge.
Fire and Water Tarot
She does weekly readings, based on astrological signs. However, I always learn something from the way she interprets the cards. Just so you know, she keeps it real and sometimes uses bad words.
Ethony does weekly pick-a-card readings. She also has some great videos on tarot cards for beginners.
Witchy Tarot Card Channels
If you are looking for tarot decks for beginners, check out this post. What tarot resources do you use? Tell me in the comments below.