Virgo 30. A man catching a ripe fruit as it falls off a tree.
From the sky food entered his hand. He sat under the tree, in Paradise, thinking that the golden fruit hanging above him was eternal, and therefore inedible – which it was. But the tree had taken pity on him, and conferring mortality on its fruit, offered it to him. It was the Tree of Knowledge, which, since his original parents had already eaten of it, could no longer harm him, for he’d inherited an immunity to its poison.
Eating it he learned that some laws, like some fruit, are mortal, and hence subject to both death and transformation.