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I think others have pointed out the best classic book resources for things, and also that this forum is a great resource. I also like, which is a very queer/intersectionality focused tarot website. Biddytarot is one of the original online greats, and while she's a bit too business oriented for me, has some great basic information available for free. So does Benebel Wen.

Going outside just 'learning tarot', depending on your reading style knowing a bit about things like cognitive behavioral therapy and just mental illness and coping techniques in general can add depth and perspective to your readings. A lot of people's questions for the cards come from places of doubt, worry, and fear, and having insights into the roots and behaviors associated with those things is another great tool in the toolbox that can let you delve deeper into a spread.
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