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Have you ever wanted to know what the relationship is between the Fool and the rest of the tarot cards, the four suits, called the Minor Arcana? If the answer is 'YES' then this book will delight and enlighten you.

Following on from his journey through the Major Arcana, Follin (Old French for ‘Fool’) has returned to his childhood home to find it abandoned by his family. He discovers that there is still one remaining occupant, Eve, the lively young woman he met and fell in love with, on his journey through the Major Arcana. They become lovers and try to build a life together, but warring kingdoms and hardship disrupt their plans.

Warfare has come to the tarot empire and the Emperor and Empress must call upon Follin and Eve to help them restore the magic that is fading from the High Priestess’ sanctuary. 

Join Follin and Eve as they undertake their initiations into the occult arts of the Pentacle kingdom. They are ably supported by the Magician, High Priestess, Emperor and Empress, Hierophant and others from Follin’s earlier journey through the Major Arcana. 

The people of the Pentacle kingdom are earth magic adepts. They help Follin and Eve learn the secrets that they will need to restore the power of the sanctuary and save the tarot empire.

A fantasy novel illustrating and interpreting the numbered tarot cards, from Ace to King, in a fascinating story format. 

If you enjoyed “The Fool’s Journey Through The Tarot Major Arcana” then you will be delighted with Follin's next adventure. This is the first of the four tarot elemental (suit) novels by tarotist, astrologer, and psychotherapist Noel Eastwood.

Also in this series:
The Fool's Journey Through The Tarot Major Arcana - published - also in audiobook

The Fool's Journey Through The Tarot Pentacles - published - other links
The Fool's Journey Through The Tarot Swords - published - other links
The Fool's Journey Through The Tarot Cups - late 2019
The Fool's Journey Through The Tarot Wands - TBA - early 2020

The Fool's Journey Through The Tarot - available now.

All books are discounted for Pluto's Cave subscribers.

Now available as an audiobook.

Please visit the books page and listen to the audiobook samples.


Reviews for the Fool's Journey series:


"Very insightful audiobook! Gives you a better understanding of the meaning of the fool in the tarot!" ACF

"In October of 2009 Carl Jung's Red Book was released for the first time. Chronicling the great psychoanalyst's venture into his own subconscious, revealing fractal universes and personifications of unconscious material. A whole new world of it's own. One that is not unlike the universal symbology embodied in the Major Arcana of the Tarot. Noel Eastwood's delightful book, "The Fool's Journey through the Tarot Major Arcana," is unlike any other tool for learning about this centuries old symbology and how it can be meditated upon, and used to relate to the workings of our daily lives, and our own subconscious. It is a free-flowing, progressive adventure of the Fool through all of the other cards. Taking the simple Spirit he was conceived with, the Fool advances as he encounters each force and personality. A true "Hero's Journey," and one that every spiritual adventurist will love and recognize. The story sucked me in, and only spat me out at the end. I recommend this series as a companion to the works of Carl Jung, Anna Wise, Joseph Campbell, Paul Foster Case, J. Nigro Sansonese, and my own." FK

"I've read many of Noel's books on Astrology and tarot. I'm always amazed at how easily his writings lend themselves to being transformative to readers at any point along the Tao. His writings present the reader with a systematic approach to psychological and spiritual growth little matched in understanding and ease of use, than by other writers I can think of. If you are looking for a place to begin or enrich your journey, I'd recommend you follow the Fool in his journey through the Tarot." MR

"What a wonderful way to bring an easy and deep understanding of the major arcana. This book was enlightening and entertaining from start to finish. I'm definitely not a tarot student, or teacher. Far from it. But this book makes me want to learn. A whole new world has opened up for me. It's an odd feeling having epiphanies as I read, but that happened. Beautifully written and drawn, The Fool's Journey is a keeper!" KM

"This easy to understand text is not in any way simplistic; it's filled with deep meaning. This book will assist in your inward journey. Use it along with meditation to reach a better understanding of yourself and others." MR

"I really loved this book, I will be buying book 2 and 3 of this series for sure. As I was reading it helped me to reflect on my life and when I've been at each card and gave a lot of deeper meanings and shed some light on some of the cards I don't love to see when pulling for myself. not only that it truly kept me captivated and interested to see how Follin felt after getting to the world. Can't wait for his journey through the pentacles." C

"A magical journey through the tarot! Delightful to read - also, makes the tarot cards easier to learn/remember. I highly recommend this series - whether you are a beginner or advanced tarot reader." AC

"I really liked this story. I really brought to live the major arcana and I think when I pull my cards this narrative will make me smile as I reflect. I am very much looking forward to the other stories in the Kingdom of Tarot." MK

"I have just finished reading this marvelous introduction to the Major Arcana as I followed Follin (The Fool) on his journey through the Tarot Empire. Noel takes a unique (at least to me) method to teaching the meanings of The Major Arcana cards by weaving together an interesting story about a journey taken by Follin. I have always had a rudimentary understanding of the Tarot (mostly through my profession), but thanks to this well told story I have come to see more to the cards then I had imagined existed. I found myself relating to Follin's journey on several levels (which was quite a revelation). Each story unveils new revelations about life to Follin at the same time explaining (in easy to understand prose, much like the use of parables) the meanings to each card. Each card has it's own specific meaning and yet Noel manages to blend them all together into a seamless story. The cards all have interesting contributions to the "journey", my favorite cards were Death, The Hierophant and The Hermit. All in all, from beginning to end I enjoyed this very much and would recommend this read to those who enjoy a good read and/or have an interest in Tarot Major Acana cards." RD

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