Fortune

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The ever turning wheel circumnavigates the Sun,

fortune rises and falls creating the sparks of the stars.

The trinity of creator, destroyer and preserver

keep the wheel of growth and decay in motion.

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Birth follows death on the ever turning wheel.

Ten spokes, the number of earth on the tree

turning, turning never to be free.

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The cosmic clock of perpetual cycles

draws the pulse of the divine into the depths.

Flow and changeĀ are governed by our deeds,

our reaction to the cycle of changes.

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Birth follows death on the ever turning wheel.

Ten spokes, the number of earth on the tree

turning, turning never to be free.

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Hermanubis, Typhon and the Sphinx

Feeling, thought and ecstasy, sloth, activity and peace

Revolve in timeless rhythm of fortune and misfortune

creating fate for our transformation.

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Birth follows death on the ever turning wheel.

Ten spokes, the number of earth on the tree

turning, turning never to be free

until in perfection we cease to feel

and riseĀ above the ever turning wheel.

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The Thoth Tarot was painted by Lady Frieda Harris

under the direction of Aleister Crowley.

In the Book of Thoth by The Master Therion (Aleister Crowley)

he describes the deck as the Egyptian Tarot.

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