10 Fortune – Book of Thoth

Divinatory Meanings

Generally there is movement and transformation, but you have to look at the cards around it see where the change is coming from or going to. When weak, the client may be fighting the change, or he is going round in circles. The client may feel at a loss or bewildered by change that is going on around him. While this is a positive card, remember to check what it is transforming – it may not be what your client actually desires.

Book of Thoth


Follow thy Fortune, careless where it lead thee.
The axle moveth not: attain thou that.

Change of fortune because the fact of consultation implies anxiety or discontent.)

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  1. LOGAN

    Life is the journey not to be broken over looked or forgotten; however, time is of the essence; neither thought nor borrowed. The fortune of the wheel lies in these facts put in order. Perspective is the key.

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