Once you’ll have visited links by the same author (tarot reading tarology & cartomancy and our blog devoted to tarot & other related matters) you’ll probably enjoy those precious links.
Societies, associations and websites devoted to cards and tarots.
- Musée Français de la Carte à Jouer, in Issy-les-Moulineaux.
- I.P.C.S, International Playing Cards Society.
- ACCART, Playing Cards and Tarots Collectors Association.
- Andy’s Playing Cards
- ludus triomphorum, Ross Caldwell’s blog.
- pre-Gébelin tarot history, M.J. Hurst’s blog.
- world of playing cards, unavoidable and generous website about playing cards.
- tarot collector forum, the all kind of tarots collectors forum
- tarotforum.net, “aeclectic” tarot forum, card reading and collecting.
- forum tarot history, forum devoted to tarot history.
- Marie K. Greer, tarotophile cartomancer
- Alain Jacobs Grimoire de Mnémosyne
Some fine collectors who generously share their passion and love towards tarots and other cards :
- Christian de Ryck’s website
- My Curious Cabinet by Le Fanu
- Mr. La-luna by Mr. La-luna
- Sumada’s treasures box by Sumada
- Eno’s tarot
- Christian Rouleau’s expocarte.com
2 thoughts on “Links”
I would like to ask if the page is still around where you could “try” your deck on a site. You only saw 5 cards at the top of the screen.
And the cards where always random. I used to have it saved but I deleted the link by misstake. And now I would like to have a look again.
You may be looking for tarot table which is still online, alas it’s only for desktop computers and doesn’t work on smartphone last time I checked (although maybe it was functional on ipad)