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I hope I don't get wrist slapped if you happen to know him already, he's not exactly an unknown - I like James Ricklef's Pithy Card Meanings.

https://jamesricklef.wordpress.com/tarot-card-meanings/

Gentle nudges to think ourselves.

Raven is also well known, but you didn't mention the site, so here it is.

http://www.corax.com/tarot/cards/index.html?cups-8

Are you interested only in sites in the English language? This one is not bad for a start:

http://www.astrolymp.de/tarotkarten-bedeutung/
No worries. Just as long as it's not on the list in the OP, it's all good - even if I have heard of 'em! 'Cause I am sure someone else reading this thread could benefit as well. These two are great - especially Raven. That site has helped me understand elemental dignities. I have a Thoth-inspired deck so that site is a god-send for that as well. And I do prefer English, but suggest it anyway.
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This persons stuff is pretty cool. I actually know them in real life so even though their website is currently dead, they'll have new content eventually, they're just building a new website and frame work. they have a Facebook page for fateweaver that they update more regularly.


http://www.fateweavertarot.com
Thank you so much for the suggestion! Taking a look at this person's post, I am really enjoying their writing - it's very conversational and they seem to know what they're taking about. Awesome suggestion. Let's hope he/she decides to be more active on this site.
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Sweet recommendations AJ. I'll delve into them later on tonight.
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If you are currently delving deep into the Thoth Tarot (as I am), the Esoteric Meanings website:

http://www.esotericmeanings.com/

and its corresponding Youtube channel, DavidH071:

https://m.youtube.com/channel/UCx4WLinf-b4IdxwTVzuLcoA

are gems of the first water that are so overlooked it makes me weep.

He has already finished exhaustive studies of the Minor Arcana and Court Cards, and is halfway through the Major Arcana. Hopefully he finishes before the end of the year.
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http://www.eli-lsmerchantile.com/blog.html

Thoth. Scroll the blog . Really good stuff.
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http://www.eli-lsmerchantile.com/blog.html

Thoth. Scroll the blog . Really good stuff.
Ah yes, I am familiar with this! This is definitely gold too.

Aside from interpretations for each card of the Thoth, it also compares each Thoth card to the corresponding cards of another deck. And it is chockful of esoteric meanings, enough to make one swoon in delight. The later series heve been positively scholarly, and I personally like the recently-concluded Thoth-Barbara Walker comparison series.
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I am currently loving http://littleredtarot.com by Beth Maiden. She has a nice perspective on the cards. One of my favourite parts is that she's got a guest blogger (Cassandra Snow www.cassandrasnow.com )who is writing a series called "Queering the Tarot" which is an awesome read!!! And I like Siobhan Rene whose blog is http://siobhansmirror.com
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Yes learntarot.com oldly but goodie!!!!

Also ata-tarot
http://www.ata-tarot.com/resource/cards/
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This blog is quite amusing, and very knowledgeable, focussing on the Courts

http://www.tarot-thrones.com/
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I'll shamelessly plug this one again.
http://www.hermetica.info/Tarot.htm
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