“Whether you are a learned tarot practitioner or newbie reader, Ms. Greer work will surely shed new light on intricate, and often unseen, details of the cards. Her influence in the field cannot be overstated. So, I’m delighted she here is focusing on some of the most misunderstood cards in the deck, the court cards. By seeing sides of ourselves and the energy of others around us reflected in the ‘people’ cards, we gain a deeper level of understanding to our readings. Her techniques for exploring the multidimensional layers of the cards while utilizing them to plumb the depths of one’s own psyche are clear to grasp and accessible to all. I will forever be indebted to Mary K. Greer for sharing her wealth of tarot knowledge. Her books prepared me for a satisfying lifetime relationship with tarot. I consider her a mentor I’ve never met but for whom I am certainly grateful.” Rachel True, creator of True Heart Intuitive Tarot
"I’d like to say that this is Mary K. Greer’s most important work, but everything she brings to the field of tarot is noteworthy. She is a dedicated scholar, and her innovative way of studying these 78 cards have changed the game time and time again. For anyone on the path to self-discovery, this book belongs on your shelf. I have no doubt that it won’t be long before my new edition becomes as well-worn as the previous ones.”from the foreword by Theresa Reed, the Tarot Lady, author of Tarot: No Questions Asked and other books.
“Mary Greer’s brilliantly detailed exploration of people’s life ‘constellations’ found in the tarot takes us deep into the world of the cards so that we may discover ourselves. Working intimately with the cards of our birth date, we do not just set up a series of structures, but instead create a vibrant dialogue with life’s possibilities.”Rachel Pollack, author of Seventy-Eight Degrees of Wisdom
“This book has lived at the top of the stack in my tarot library since the 1980’s. Both workbook and guidebook, it is an essential, user friendly read for those looking to pinpoint and synchronize their life with the cards."Carrie Paris, creator of The Relative Tarot
“Greer's Who Are You in the Tarot (here republished as Archetypal Tarot) is a timeless guidebook for introspection that will broaden a beginner's understanding of the cards and deepen a seasoned reader's work with the tarot. To acclimate myself with a new tarot deck, I'll work through exercises from this book and every time I gain insights that further advance my self-awareness. This is a must-have on your personal bookshelf." Benebell Wen, author of Holistic Tarot