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The Fool's Journey Through The Tarot Swords: Fool's Journey, #3

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Summary

Have you ever wanted to know more about the relationship between the Fool and the other Tarot cards, the four suits, called the Minor Arcana? If the answer is 'YES' then this book will delight and enlighten you.

This is the third book in the Fool's Journey series. Most Tarot readers recognise that the Swords suit is often the most difficult to understand and interpret in their readings. The theme of the Swords suit is the Air element - the intellect and the conscious mind. The conflict depicted in the cards is the conflict of the mind: worry, stress, irrational explanations, lack of clarity, denial and fear of the unknown. 

The Swords suit aptly illustrates the mental torment of being human. We often worry ourselves sick fearing what we don't understand. The conscious mind can also deny or invent irrational explanations to hide or disguise our motives.

This book illustrates each card's meaning through the characters of the novel. Woven throughout is the Swords suit theme, the element of Air. Follin's journey into the Swords Kingdom has provided ample opportunity to demonstrate the suit's conflicts as well as its positive attributes.

This is book 3 of the 'Fool's Journey through the Tarot'. Adopting a narrative approach Noel Eastwood demonstrates how you too can use the imagery and metaphors of Tarot in your own meditations and spiritual work. This is both fantasy novel and instruction manual on how to use the Tarot in daily life for insight and personal growth.

"Fantastic series. Thank you so much for writing them. Beautiful representation of unconscious archetypes and transformation. I pre-ordered." FK

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