Whether you are a Tarot novice or an expert, sites that you might find interesting and helpful include:Aeclectic Tarot Forum
Tarot Association of the British Isles
English Tarot Cards
American Tarot Association
Solari UK sells over 320 different Tarot decks plus Tarot books and other fascinating items, and ships internationally.
The Tarot Chest offers a wide variety of Tarot cards and Tarot books, based in the U.K.
The Tarot Garden site is a magnet for collectors, and includes lots of free resources such as a database of Tarot and an online library.
Do take time to look at Tarot Sulis where you will find Julie's beautiful handmade Tarot bags and reading cloths.
The Online Encyclopedia of Tarot. With already over 400 members and over 600 pages of content, Tarotpedia is fast becoming one of the most developed online resources for Tarot.
If you'd like to learn Tarot, one place to visit might be The Tarot School to gain some inspiration
Joan Bunning's well-regarded free online Tarot course can be found at Learning the Tarot
If you are serious about Tarot you should join The Association of Tarot Studies, a highly respected international Tarot group.
Lots of Tarot reviews, articles and a newsletter can be found at Tarot Passages, a valuable resource.
A site which should be looked at by anyone interested in the evolution of the Tarot, is the Byzant Tarot Library
Another Tarot history site can
be found at The Hermitage
More Tarot history can be found at Trionfi: History and Origin of Tarot
Here you'll find useful links to Tarot sites Ability Tarot Pages
If you'd like to learn a Tarot card game, see Tarot Card Games
An enthusiast's site: Raven's Tarot Site
A Canadian view of Tarot can be found at Tarot Canada
Another site for Tarot lovers: Enchanted Spirit Tarot
Tarot HQ: categorized resource directory for everything about tarot.
The Book of English Magic is an exciting new 562-page book exploring the world of magic. This website by authors Philip Corr-Gomm & Sir Richard Heygate also includes access to a social networking community for readers of the book