Significant Tarot Blogs
The following are suggested by the owners of Tarotpedia:
- Ludus Triumphorum by Ross G. Caldwell
- Tarot Blog of Mary K. Greer
- Pre-Gébelin Tarot History by Michael J. Hurst
- Tarot History by Robert Mealing
 Other Tarot Blogs
Amongst these may also be real gems!
Arcanalogue Created by NYC Tarot reader/writer Tom Blunt, this blog examines art, current events, and online miscellanea through the lens of the Tarot's 78 cards, with a new card posted every couple of days. A "Draw One Card" feature allows readers to use the site as a simple oracle.
Archertarot Created by tarot writer and enthusiast Lynda Cowles. Features down-to-earth musings on decks, card meanings and all manner of random tarotness. Occasionally tackles some of the big tarot questions.
Haindlicious The Haindl Tarot Appreciation Blog. Created by Lynda Cowles to explore and celebrate Hermann Haindl's incredible deck.
James Ricklef's Tarot Blog This Tarot blog features a wide variety of Tarot articles by writer and deck creator, James Ricklef. Significant features of this blog include an online “Spirituality Daybook” -- The Tarot’s Daily Spiritual Message -- and a series of interviews with creators of Tarot decks -- Tarot Deck Creator Forum
L'Eremita (The Hermit) Created by Amy, tarot reader, collector and enthusiast. This is a personal tarot blog which covers a variety of topics, including tarot readings, tarot decks, tarot discoveries and more.
Liani's Tarot Folio A quirky, fun blog about tarot.
The Tarot Channel Created by Tarot author and deck creator Mark McElroy. Features an interactive blog where 6-10 editors contribute Tarot news, reviews, articles, how-tos, interviews, video demonstrations, Tarot in the media, and more. It's akin to a 24-hour cable channel dedicated to all things Tarot!
Tarotchoco In French. Created by Tarot author Rom. Features an interactive blog where Rom shares his findings about Tarot history. Discussion is mainly about the alternative French Benedictine Medieval Theory of Tarot Origin which names the abbot Suger (cir.1081-1151) as the creator of Tarot. This blog permanent pages offer HQ scans of two editions of the TdM, specifically the Conver and the Chosson.
Tarot With Terry Created by Terry Yoder who has been helping people worldwide by combining his powerful gift of clairvoyance, tarot interpretation and keen sensitivity. The blog features card of the day, details on expositions around US and other things related to spirituality and tarot readings.
Tarot Totes - Tarot Cards & Bags Custom Tarot Bags and Tarot cloths made by a fiber artisan on the northern Oregon coast. The site features bags in hundreds of fabrics so you're certain to find one that matches your favorite tarot deck perfectly. Features embroidered and customized bags, tarot card decks, tarot books, and more.
Jungian Tarot in Spanish Curso de Tarot Junguiano, con aportes de la Kabbalah, Astrología, Mitos, Sueños y Arquetipos de la mano de Carl Jung y los principios de la Psicología Analítica.
Tarot Cards Meaning Created by Pitia, a writer, painter and spiritual teacher from Belgrade. Focuses on the more psychological and spiritual aspects of Tarot.