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Who Are You in the Tarot?: Discover Your Birth and Year Cards and Uncover Your Destiny [Paperback]

Mary K. Greer
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1 Sep 2011
The tarot cards associated with your birth date and name form a pattern of personal destiny. They describe the theme of your life - the challenges and the gifts. In WHO ARE YOU IN THE TAROT? popular tarot practitioner and astrologer Mary Greer connects astrology and numerology to the tarot to create an in-depth personality profile that anyone can use for self realisation and personal harmony. Greer takes the reader on a very personal exploration of how the tarot can be used as a tool for learning more about themselves and others. The book includes: Detailed instructions, charts and exercises on how to determine your soul and personality cards How to determine your year card and name card The opportunities and challenges you will face Extensive graphs, charts and appendices Journaling and exploratory exercises Who Are You in the Tarot? is a valuable tool for anyone wishing to develop a deeper understanding of the tarot and how it can be used to interpret one s strengths, challenges and innermost desires.

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  • Paperback: 288 pages
  • Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser (1 Sep 2011)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1578634938
  • ISBN-13: 978-1578634934
  • Product Dimensions: 22.6 x 17.8 x 2.3 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 713,245 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Mary K. Greer is a Grandmaster of the American Tarot Association and teaches workshops and classes on Tarot and astrology all over the world. She is the author of several books, including 21 Ways to Read a Tarot Card and Tarot for Your Self. This book is a revision of Mary Greer s Tarot Constellations.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Who Are You in the Tarot 12 Aug 2013
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Arrived well wrapped and on time. The book itself is really easy to read and full of great information. I learnt a lot just from the first 3 chapters. Would recommend it to anyone who is interested in understanding more about the relevance of Tarot in relation to your birth year, name, hidden card, year card and loads more.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Brilliant! 10 Feb 2013
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This book is wonderful, and opens up a whole new way to learn about yourself through tarot. It is clear, and helpful. I would recommend this book to anyone in the Tarot world, old and new. It's been well researched and the information inside tried and tested throughout the Authors life. I recommend it without reservation for its clarity and usefulness.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Must for your Tarot library 23 Sep 2011
By Nancy Antenucci - Published on Amazon.com
"Who Are You in the Tarot" may have permanently changed my mind about integrating astrology and numerology with Tarot. I have never really been drawn to either of the first two systems but Ms Greer has waved a magic wand that is hard to resist. Using simple formulas combining the numbers of your birth date yield uncanny results. Grouping the Tarot into nine constellations that reveal deeper truths, impulses and characteristics of an individual based on this birth numerology is laid out in a clear, convincing and well thought out system. The impact of this information is far reaching. Rather than approaching the current questions or issues of the querent, a reader will be able to start the reading with a much larger and deeper context. Ms Greer credits Angeles Arrien as the original teacher of the Lifetime and Year cards as well as the idea of the Tarot constellations. This book is a deep exploration of this brilliant insight to Tarot. This is a valubale resource book for Tarot advocates of all levels of study. I quite enjoyed the thoroughly engaging exercise that are dotted along this journey. There are also helpful spreads, charts and lists for easy reference. Bravo Ms Greer, you have again improved Tarot literature.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A deep exploration of yourself through tarot 19 Oct 2011
By Theresa Reed - Published on Amazon.com
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"Who Are You In The Tarot" by Mary Greer is actually a reprint of "Tarot Constellations" which has been out of print for a long time. When Weiser Books approached Greer to republish this book, she did an extensive revision of the original.

I never had the original. So I am not quite sure what the revisions were - but I will say this: if this is the end product - bravo!

I purchased my copy shortly after attending a class on this subject with Mary at SF BATS (San Francisco Bay Area Tarot Symposium). I was very intrigued by the subject, so I thought I better get the book and study deeper.

Although many of us use tarot for divination and self development, this book allows us to look at our personalities through the lens of tarot. By combining simple numerology with the cards, you end up with a clear and informative snapshot into your potential, strengths, weaknesses and more. This gives the reader a road map into their destiny and a powerful tool for self understanding.

Let me show you how it works with my own birthdate (June 11, 1965). You add up your date as follows:






Then add up the end results like this: 1 + 9 + 8 + 2 = 20

Now you take that number and find the card that corresponds to that number. In my case, it would be the Judgment card (part of the 2/11/10 Constellation). This would be my Personality card. Greer provides a detailed description of how this plays out in the personal makeup. For example, Judgment's theme is Cosmic Understanding and Spiritual Truth. The Judgment personality is "aware of how they can transcend personal limitations and they seek to transform and take control of things around them". This card also has a connection to Pluto and the Moon, which creates a highly psychic aspect as well.

Each card also has a "Hidden Factor" card which acts as a "teacher". In my case, it was the Justice card (very interesting as themes of justice often figure prominently in my life). My combination of cards indicates "a devotion to world harmony" and "psychic ability". Intriguing.

This follows with a list of famous people who have the same personal cards which was fun to look through. I loved seeing who shared similar traits (lots of presidents in my case!).

This is the main meat of the book but there is so much more here: name cards (a cool way to discover the significance of your name and how it affects your personality), techniques for working with the cards (I loved the dialoguing), Soul cards, yearly cards, minors (lessons and opportunities) and more.

Greer even takes time to address the 8-11 controversy. (Strength and Justice were switched in the Rider Waite deck. The Marseilles deck had Justice as 8 and Strength as 11 originally.)

One thing I would like to add is this: her method of adding up your birthdate is different from other methods. For example, I have also seen in some texts that you should add it up like this: 6 +1 + 1 + 1 + 9 + 6 + 5 = 29. If I reduce that, I come to 11 instead of 20 for my Personality card - and this would change the outcome and I would end up with the High Priestess instead of Judgment for my Personality Card. I only point that out to show that there are other schools of thought regarding the numerology part. For this book, I am sticking with her method and interpretation, which seemed to work out fine.

This book is a great addition to any tarot collection and I had lots of fun discovering information about myself and my loved ones. I would recommend this to anyone who has an interest in learning how to use the cards to uncover more about their personality.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Tarot, Numerology, and You 18 Sep 2011
By Bonnie Cehovet - Published on Amazon.com
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I have always found working with numerology to be very helpful. I love looking at myself, and my clients, through the lens of birth data. There is a wealth of wisdom to be found in the numbers. When I came across Mary Greer's "Tarot Constellations", I was in heaven! I could relate birth number to the Tarot, which was (and remains) a passion of mine. Mary's current work, "Who Are You In The Tarot" picks up where her previous work left off. It is in no way a simple update ... it is a wonderful expansion of the material, and a truly great place to play!

This is a book to be worked with, not read and then set on the shelf to be admired. One of the things that Mary addresses is the placement of Strength and Justice - how either placement can be correct, but that where the student/reader places them needs to be taken into consideration when working with this book.

There are many exercises sprinkled throughout the book that allow the reader to understand the material presented on a very intimate level. They will learn to dialogue with the cards, ask questions appropriate to each archetype, investigate the symbols in the cards, work with specific spreads to get to know your cards, determine the Hidden Factor, or Teacher card, and more.

There are easy to use charts throughout the book that help the reader to easily grasp Personality and Soul Patterns, with the Hidden Factor/Teacher cards associated with them; the nine constellations, with their associated Principle, Personality and Soul Card Patterns, Hidden Factor/Teacher Cards, and Minor Arcana cards; the suits, associated elements and their meanings; the three Dynamic Groups and more.

This is an excellent resource, and a valuable tool for personal discovery, as well as a tool that can be used to assist a reader in helping their client to see themselves in a clearer manner. I highly recommend this book to all afficianados of both numerology and Tarot, at all levels.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great book for self-discovery! 5 Sep 2011
By Michael A. Starsheen - Published on Amazon.com
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This expanded and updated version of Mary Greer's Tarot Constellations is long overdue, but the wait was worth it! She introduces a system of finding and using specific cards to identify life lessons we bring with us when we're born, what karmic lessons our parents gave us when they named us, and a system of year cards that identifies the principal lesson we're working on each year. I've been using her system for almost 20 years, and find it to be extremely insightful. This new book promises to expand and build on what I've learned so far, and gives me a workbook for further study.

I recommend this book for people who are new to the Tarot, and want to learn more about themselves, and for veteran Tarot students who want to expand their knowledge. Great job, Mary!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Decoding the digits of your tarot identity 9 Oct 2011
By Angelo Nasios - Published on Amazon.com
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Just like Astrology has a major impact in it's connection with Tarot and your personality, so does numerology. In `Who Are You In The Tarot", Mary K. Greer decodes the digits of our names and reveals, who we are in the tarot.

"Who Are You In The Tarot" provides you with an opportunity to get to know who you are and at the same time better understand the cards by way of seeing ourselves in the cards.

Using numerology to figure out one's cards (Birth, personality, soul, etc) is not a new concept, however Mary's book provides us a way to finally put it all together and understand what the cards actually have to share with us.

Since this book is focused about you the reader I am going to share my experience with using this book and who I am in the Tarot. Adding up my birthday in the method shown in the book to find my "personality" card I am The High Priestess. However I do my numerology differently than the method shown here. In my way of adding I am 11/2 Justice/High Priestess. We will look at The High Priestess first. Reading Mary's description of the High Priestess personality resonates well with it. For one she is connected with the Moon, I am always amazed when I look at a full moon. I could stare at it all night. She writes that "people talk freely to you about themselves and their worries because you are a good listener, you seem to know their inner most thoughts." Which is a very true statement and a good thing that comes in handy being a tarot reader. She also says the "feminine qualities are highly developed, and women friends, mentors and teachers are very important to High Priestesses." Another very true statement, I always connected well with women, in school I always prefer a female teacher/professor over males. Granted I am gay, my feminine qualities are going to be developed and females and gays go hand in hand. Non the less Mary is correct.

Who Are You In The Tarot is a fun read and very insightful. The book is packed with lots of information, do not rush yourself through it. Take your time and enjoy the journey of self-discovery via the numbers and the cards. This book is good for any reader level.
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