Tarot Books

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Robert O'Neill
Tarot Symbolism

The following is a list of Tarot Books divided by their subjects. In addition, there are 3 alternate ways to locate a book:

Tarot Books: Classics

Books on tarot that have become classics and key texts.

Tarot Books: Deck Companions

Books written to accompany a specific deck, including subsections for Waite-Smith Companions and Crowley-Harris Thoth Companions.

Tarot Books: Disciplines

Books relating Tarot to a various other disciplines arranged according to the following subdivisions:

Tarot Books: Fiction

Tarot Books: History & Theory

Histories, both speculative and substantive, about the origins and development of Tarot over the centuries, including biographies of important figures.

Tarot Books: Introductions

Books that are primarily an organized set of meanings with a brief introduction to using the cards. These present an overview for the beginner, the dabbler, and the curious.

Tarot Books: Reference

Guides, dictionaries, and encyclopedias related to Tarot and its use.

Tarot Books: Secular

The pragmatist’s Tarot bookshelf. These are books that make minimal use of occult study or esoteric symbolism in their treatment of Tarot.

Tarot Books: Special Topics

Books that support in-depth study of specific topics within the field of Tarot, including the following subdivisions:

Tarot Books: Study Guides

Texts presenting a curriculum that serves as a solid introduction to the study and practice of Tarot, pointing towards further investigation and research...

Tarot Books: Youth

Books written with young readers in mind, often tailored to the issues, concerns, and questions that they bring to their experience of the Tarot.

External links

Tarot books written after 1900 appearing in languages other than English (even if translated from the English) appear in the following areas:

Tarot Books in languages other than English

French
Dutch
German
Italian
Portuguese
Spanish
Russian