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I can see that I'll have to add it to my list of books-to-buy. I used the Morgan-Greer for quite a while, but now exclusively use the Waite ... so it sounds ideal.
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Excellent book!! It is perfect for a casual read, or for pointing you off to something deeper. I keep it handy. If you search the net, you can get it for less than ten dollars.
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Spiritual Tarot is my most refered to Tarot book. It is this book along with Mary Greer's Tarot for Yourself that I learned the Tarot. Both of these books are excellent and I strongly reccomend them both for readers of any style or skill.

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