As figurative artists and practicing occultists, we work with our unique understandings of esoteric symbolism. We do not claim to have the answers nor provide the truth. We share our tarot creations in hope that they may help others find that which they seek. Tarot is a very powerful tool of divination, but it is when we are able to perceive the tools as guides instead of fortune telling that we are empowered to change our lives.
We wish to spread the awareness that each individual is psychic in their own right, and that they can develop these skills using meditation, ceremonial ritual, dream interpretation, kabbalah, and of course tarot reading and divination methods like those available on Tarotsmith.com. Although some the artists on this site have worked as tarot readers in the past, we have each decided to step aside as readers and allow you to use our creations here on Tarotsmith free of charge at your leisure.
To us the Tarot is a sacred art. Tarot represents a mystical game which allows the player tap into the spiritual world using a deck of cards containing symbolism that reflects what mankind has come to understand about its relationship with the universe.
Tarotsmith offers several tarot decks to read with and lots of great spreads. In addition to tarot cards, there are many more online oracles.
- Surrealist Tarot by Ari Bach
- Diary of a Broken Soul by Ash Abdullah
- Rider-Waite by Waite & Smith
- Crowley-Thoth by Crowley & Harris
- bifrost Tarot by Jeremy Lampkin
- Langustl Tarot by Stephan Langustl Lange
- Learn the Tarot Spreads
- Tarot Readings
- Majors-Only Readings
- Minors-Only Readings
- Playing Cards
- Madam Lenormand
- Mo Dice
- Mo Dominoes
- I Ching
- Mah Jong
- Natal Birth Charts
- Numerology Reports
Ideas of the artists do not necessarily represent those of Tarotsmith.
With the exception of the tarot card meanings used in readings, this website was written and developed by artist/alchemist Jeremy Lampkin. His work can be seen at Abra-melin.com. Tarotsmith is a division of Tarotica. Our office is located in the back of Faux Pas Gallery.