Thot, the latter Egyptian god, was a royal prince of the Atlantean
solar dynasty. He was an oxygen breather. He was a distinguished scholar, the founder of the university of Memphis. He is said to have invented writing and mathematics and to be the originator of the Tarot. His eldest son became the latter god Hermes, whose grandson became the Greek god, Aesculapius. Thot was also the inventor of medicine, herbalism and surgery and became the father of academic learning and the sacred sciences, which he revived after the Atlantean homeland had disappeared beneath the waves of the Atlantic Ocean. He is also known to the hierophants and initiates as the father of scientific magic.
The wheel of fortune, the symbol of man's destiny. It is the symbol of ancient mathematics and ancient sciences, the sign of fate.
The hand of destiny cuts like a sharp sword. Who knows whether he shall see the sun rise tomorrow?
The symbol of eternal time. The symbol of Moiré, the goddess of eternal time. Upon her approach, say the ancient masters, even the gods shiver in fear like the leaves of a tree, struck by the winds of Autumn.
THE HOUR GLASS:
The symbol of eternal change and transformation.
The cube of the mathematicians. The sacred cube of the primal condition of the great treatise of the I Ching. The symbol of the law. The missing stone in the temple of Solomon. The foundation.
Death is the final destiny of man, but the heart remains to be reborn unto a-new life, for all life is eternal change and transformation.
VALUE OF THE CARD:
Wisdom, magic power. Clairvoyant powers. Magic sciences. Strange forces interfere with your life. The light of science is salvation. Learning. Scholarship. A clever man. Conquest of death. Conquest of time.