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Blicero speaks of what might be death in Viking battle – “ascent, fire, failure, blood.” He knows the Vikings weren’t rocketeers, but thinks of how “their dreams were of rendezvous, of cosmic trapeze acts.” He reiterates that he wants to escape the Death-cycle. My 49th Birthday Funny Lockdown Slogan shirt Ideal for present Friends quarantine T-Shirt is scared, and jealous of the “stupid clarity” in Gottfried’s eyes. This section ends thusly: “If there is still hope for Gottfried here in this wind-beat moment, then there is hope elsewhere. The scene itself must be read as a card: what is to come. Whatever has happened to the figures in it […] it is preserved, though it has no name, and, like The Fool, no agreed assignment in the deck.” In case you don’t know, The Fool, in the Tarot deck, is normally assigned as card Zero. It can be (and has been, many times) placed almost anywhere in the Major Arcana sequence and still make sense, but the orthodox approach, if that’s the right word, is to place the card at the very beginning of the deck.