BigTarot New Site Promises Easy to Learn Tarot Card Meanings, Spreads and More

Practical, hands-on insight and training for individuals seeking tarot card mystery.


London, England -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/03/2010 -- Many a student eager to learn the mystical craft of Tarot reading, have trawled the net looking for a concise and informative site, that’s easy to navigate, easy on the eye and not cluttered with ads. They would have saved themselves a lot of trouble if they’d stumbled upon early in their quest for knowledge. is unlike average online Tarot sites which can be a little over the top, with garish designs and can make the already daunting task of learning Tarot even harder. By contrast, Big Tarot is minimalist in design, with a clean and simple layout that offers a real new age feel.

The great thing about Big Tarot is the fact that it offers a quick and easy fuss-free reference to all 78 tarot card meanings, explained concisely and succinctly with keyword references that are easy to relate to and remember.

Site owner Darren R Law said, “I wanted to create a place where Tarot students, just starting out on their journey, can find all the information they need in bite-size, easy to digest pieces.” may still be taking its first steps, but Darren reminds us, “As we grow we’ll gradually offer deeper insights into the mystical world of Tarot, guiding students to the next level at a comfortable pace with a tried and tested learning experience.”

This hidden gem is an invaluable beginner’s guide for those wishing to learn Tarot online, but have no idea where to start.

When flicking through the Tarot card meanings, desperately trying to process and memorise all the information, students will be encouraged to explore their own past experiences and relate the Tarot card symbolism to personal life stories. In turn, a powerful understanding and personal relationship evolves between the student and their Tarot card deck. has promised Tarot students that a full step-by-step course will be available later this year including other popular topic references like Astrology and Numerology and their role in Tarot readings.

More established Tarot readers may find Big Tarot only touches the surface in few areas but it openly invites seasoned Tarot readers to contribute their opinions and views on various Tarot topics, to provide further resource for those wishing to learn how to read Tarot cards.

It seems it will only be a matter of time before Big Tarot delivers its promise of providing a haven ‘for all those passionate about everything Tarot’.