The wheel of fortune is an occultic perception of the eight-pointed star or the 8-point compass representing the eight vertices of the cube symbolic of the heavenly Jerusalem.
Rota Fortunae is the wheel of the goddess Fortuna, usually a six-spoked wheel or an eight-spoked wheel. The six-spoked wheel is a hexagram, while the eight-spoked wheel is an octagram.
The wheel of the goddess Fortuna is simply an occultic representation of the holy city. The city is featured as either an eight-spoked wheel or a six-spoked wheel. The eight spokes are the eight vertices and the six spokes are the six square facets of the cube representing the holy of holies.
The Wheel of Fortune is one of the twenty two cards in the Major Arcana. The Major Arcana is equal to twenty one cards, since The Fool is equal to zero (nothing). Though the holy city is a tesseract, it is represented by a single cube because the other cube is invisible.
The single cube is a dice and the other cube is the mirror image of the dice.
Each card in the Major Arcana is a dot, such that the twenty one cards are the twenty one dots distributed to the six square facets of the dice.
The Wheel of Fortune is a jackpot equal to 777.
7+7+7 = 21 (Wheel of Fortune)
In the occult, The Fool is the king whose throne is the 21 trump cards.
Since 777 is perfection, The Fool is the one with a perfect call.
Rota Fortunae is a wheel raising up some and bringing down others when positioned vertically. The chaotic world is a vertical wheel in which the high and mighty are brought down and the lowly raised up. Anyone on the circumference of the wheel is destined to either rise or fall.
Rota Fortunae represents the rise and fall of kings, kingdoms and empires. No nation or kingdom or individual is destined to rule the world forever because only Christ is the everlasting king.
The term Babylon stands for any nation or kingdom that has reached the height of its powers and is about to fall. When a nation becomes a sole world power with very strong economy and powerful military built around an individual acting as the sole ruler of the world, it is on the verge of sudden fall or decline.
Any nation or individual that has attained the height of the vertical Rota Fortunae is Babylon or Nebuchadnezzar. The king sitting at the top of the vertical Wheel of Fortune is the Beast destined to fall.
Kings and kingdoms and nations fall because they are built on the circumference of the Rota Fortunae.
Amounting The Fool to zero implies The Fool has been thrown out of the Major Arcana and Christ has taken the center stage.
Consequently, the throne of God is the center of a horizontal Wheel of Fortune. The kingdoms and nations are anchored on Christ who is at the center of the Wheel of Fortune, because the government is upon his shoulder.
Ask, and I will give you all the nations; the whole earth will be yours. (Psalm 2:8) "GNT,"
Christ is the tree of life and all nations are his branches. This means that he is the sole ruler of the whole earth.
On the eight wheels, the four cardinal points are ROTA and the four ordinal directions are the Hebrew letters י-ה-ו-ה, translated as YHWH (Yahweh), which means that the Wheel of Fortune is good luck, success, fortune, increase and abundance flowing from the throne of God.
By converting the wheel from vertical to horizontal, the high and mighty competing desperately to mount the throne of God and dominate the world are brought down, and the lowly is promoted to the center stage.
God is toppling the rich and powerful ruling the world and raising the poor to take their place. This means that the poor will become extremely rich in the Wheel of Fortune (the holy Jerusalem).
The snake-like Typhon, the Anubis and the other things surrounded the Wheel of Fortune are Qliphoth destroyed and eliminated completely the moment the wheel is converted from vertical to horizontal.
Qliphoth is a clay pot. Therefore, the Qliphoth is destroyed by smashing the clay pot to pieces, thus fulfilling the prophecy:
You will break them with an iron rod; you will shatter them in pieces like a clay pot.(Psalm 2:9) "GNT"