Mark me down for the Festival of the Assholons. Let's look at snips from Crowley's Fool card in The Book of Thoth:
"The really important feature of this card is that its number should be 0. It represents therefore the Negative above the Tree of Life, the source of all things. It is the Qabalistic Zero. It is the equation of the Universe, the initial and final balance of the opposites; Air, in this card, therefore quintessentially means a vacuum."
Like Zizek's Void?
"Note that ‘Fool’ is derived from ‘follis’, a wind-bag. Even etymology gives the attribution to Air. Also, to puff out the cheeks is a gesture implying readiness to create, in the sign-language of Naples. Worse, some English Guardians of Democracy impute folly to others by the 'Razzberry.'"
"In the medieval pack, the title of the card is Le Mat, adapted from the Italian Matto, madman or fool; the propriety of this title will be considered later. [...] 'Silly' means empty-the Vacuum of Air-Zero-'the silly buckets on the deck'. And the word is from the German selig, holy, blessed."