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  • Paperback: 335 pages
  • Publisher: Avon Books (July 1998)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0380782065
  • ISBN-13: 978-0380782062
  • Product Dimensions: 13.3 x 2 x 20.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 900,506 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Describes how to use the Rider-Waite, Aquarian, and Morgan Greer tarot decks to explore archetypes, learn about growth and maturity, and predict the future.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 4 Aug 1999
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The thing I like the most about this book is that under each card definition, three types of decks are covered; Aquarian, Morgan-Greer and Rider-Waite. Also, the writers have a statement from the card before they start explaining symbols, etc. Those of you who have read a few tarot books know how dry all this explanation can be, so any change is welcome! As the title suggests, the tarot is discussed in a more inward- searching, spiritual way.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 2 Dec 1999
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I would choose this book above any other gift to give to a Tarot-interested friend. I am going through a tough time at the moment that would knock the top off the Richter scale but, through pulling one Tarot card a day and focussing on the positive message in this book I am finding inner strength I never knew I had. The author of this book has created something that will change our world for the better. Go on, buy it. It will enrich your life.
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I have the Morgan - Greer deck and you get a little fold out little white book. This book has the RWS (there are plenty of books on that deck), the M - G and the Palidini I think. This book has an explanation of the imagery of the card and some interesting thoughts and ideas of how to interact with the cards.

I recommend this book.
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31 of 32 people found the following review helpful
Best All Round Tarot Book & I've got loads of Tarot Books! 11 Feb 2002
By Amazon Customer LA - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I have given this book to many friends - it's the best Tarot book I have ever found on giving readings (and I have loads of books on Tarot, the Qabalah etc.) It's so very helpful! And that's no small matter when you are doing a reading for yourself, particularly. It's sophisticated and strangely perfect for someone who knows nothing at all about the Tarot but wants all that good wisdom - it's staggering how the authors distilled out the power and truth of each card and presented it in a way that guides you through your reading! Giving insightful questions to ask yourself if that card turns up in your reading and in another part of the book, how to look at the reading as a whole.
At the beginning section of each card, the card addresses you, as if the card was introducing itself and baring it's heart, all at the same time. Honestly, it's a brilliant book!
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The point is - even if you've studied Tarot and think that you know everything (I'd like to meet that person!), it'll teach, help you and inspire you to greater things ...
I take my hat off to these authors, and I thank them for a book that I absolutely treasure!
24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
Gentle, spiritual guide to the Tarot 19 Nov 1999
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Format: Paperback
After my trusted copy of Rachel Pollack's "78 degrees", I find myself turning to this book for a slightly different spin on things, and an enhancement of my tarot experience. Very refreshing description and comparison of Rider/Waite, Morgan/Greer, and Aquarian decks. I very much enjoy the "card" speaking to the reader at the beginning of each card's description. I especially enjoy the discussion by the Devil card :-) "Ugggnh, am I scaring you?" it starts out.
I had not considered looking at a reversed card as looking at its "shadow aspects", but this is a marvelous way to think about it. It's enhanced my knowledge and study of the Tarot immeasurably.
I like the authors' way of relating the interpretations of the cards to a spiritual journey in a much more open way than other books. I find this very thought-provoking, and makes me dig deeper within myself when I am reading for my own questions, and gives me a much richer interpretation when I read for others.
The key phrases for each card make good sense and great memory triggers. I would love to read more books written by the same team. Their skill, compassion, and experience come through very clearly in this book. I recommend it without reservation, especially for beginners. Can't go wrong.
14 of 14 people found the following review helpful
Terrific guide to understanding deep Tarot meaning 29 Sep 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
Many books try to explain Tarot cards in terms of very specific meanings rooted firmly in the day-to-day bric-a-brac of material life; this book deals with the spiritual essences of the cards which give rise to these specific material-world meanings. It's easy to read and understand, even if you're spiritually thick as a brick, what's more it encourages the reader to look in the cards for a situation's potential for transformation and understanding the self and others better. The down side is sometimes you want more concrete meaning to juxtapose against the spiritual meaning. However, before I look at any other book I look at this one to get the soul or essence of what a reading is trying to tell me, and then I look for messages in the cards themselves, and if I still haven't gotten anything useful out of the spread I go to other books (Eileen Connolly and Mary Greer are particularly useful). This book is special because it allows the tarot reader to grasp things in such a way so that s/he can convey information which illuminates the inner dynamics and illusions people have about any given situation--which is ultimately the purpose of divination. We all seek to be free...right? A must-have for anyone, particularly beginners, seeking to gain better understanding of the spiritual aspect of the Tarot.
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
Just about perfect. 15 Sep 1999
By Neil Morris - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
I have been a reader, teacher and Tarot enthusiast for many years and find that this is the book I most often recommend. It is concise, insightful and lacks the yawning tedium of most books in this genre.
I especially like the first person introduction to each card which takes one out of the realm of dry memorization and into the realm of personal experience. A "must" for any and all Tarot enthusiasts.
Bravo to the authors!
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
a nice resource for people familiar with the cards 9 Aug 2000
By Kristal - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
This has been one of the most useful resources I've found about the Tarot (and there are many resources out there!). The authors describe each card in such detail that after a while, the cards seemed like old friends to me. I don't buy into a lot of the Tarot stuff, like praying to the cards for guidance, but most of the excercises in this book are excellent for tuning yourself to the cards.
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