I was playing around last night with Fibonacci numbers. So the sequence goes 0,1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21. I laid the cards out as the Zodiac, then removed the cards that weren't a Fibonacci number. The 4 beasts (which I believe were originally Zoroastrian symbols) are the 4 fixed signs of the Zodiac, so Taurus (Bull), Leo (Lion), Scorpio (Eagle), and Aquarius (Man). So the cards for these are Hierophant (5), Strength (8), Death (13), and Star (17). As you can see, 17 is not a Fibonacci number. However, the next number in the sequence relates to The World (21), which has a direct correspondence to Star (17).

"The figure has been said to stand for Truth, which is, however, more properly allocated to the seventeenth card."

So it stands to reason that card 17 and 21 can be interchanged to represent Aquarius, or Man, in this instance.

The first 4 cards of the sequence relate directly to YHVH, so they can now be placed next to their corresponding beast. I am a little unsure of this, but I do know The High Priestess corresponds to the Death card, so the other feminine H (Empress) would have to be opposite with the Hierophant, the Magician with Strength. That leaves the Fool to correspond with The World. Interestingly Waite sequences the Fool between card 20 and 21.

Now, I'm not all that adept at the deeper meanings of the cards, so what do these correspondences say about the meaning of the World card? Also, I'm a newby here so I could be totally wrong, but I'll welcome healthy criticism.