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A Study of the Fool’s Journey 1

This post was written by Barbara Moore
on July 2, 2013 | Comments (7)

This month the Llewellyn Tarot blog will feature a series of articles exploring the Fool’s Journey using Rachel Pollack’s Alternate Major Arcana Spread, found HERE.

The Fool’s Journey was coined by Eden Gray. The Fool card is said to journey through the Majors in order, gaining spiritual wisdom and learning lessons along the way. As the idea resonated with readers, people began laying out the Majors in certain configurations, like a spread, which influenced the interpretation of the journey.

For this month’s study, we will use this configuration based on the spread Rachel developed:



We will place the Fool at the top and the rest of the Majors in order in three rows of seven cards each. Using the Lo Scarabeo Tarot, it looks like this:


Here is a picture of what a single row looks like:


In the next entry we will look at the first two cards, The Magician and The High Priestess

Reader Comments

Written By María Luisa
on January 11th, 2015 @ 1:38 pm

This is an awesome study, view and frequency for the mayor arcana.



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