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Petit Lenormand Love Relationships – Part I

Today’s topic is all about petit Lenormand love relationships: how people relate to each other in relationships, how you can tell a couple is about to break up, how to tell if two people are secretly smitten with each other, if there’s a love triangle, or if their love is fickle…

Relationship combinations with the Petit Lenormand

First and foremost, you have to be able to recognize combinations that indicate …

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Grand Jeu Lenormand

Out of all the Lenormand oracles, the Grand Jeu Lenormand (also known as the Astro Mythological Lenormand and the Grand Lenormand) is perhaps the most complicated and detailed oracle you will find on the market. It is comprised of 54 cards (the jokers being replaced by a Man and Woman subject cards), and is filled with Greek Mythology scenes (as well as mundane ones for everyday situations), flowers, playing card suits, constellations, as well as alchemical annotations.

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Combining Lenormand with Tarot

If you are a Tarot enthusiast, then you will be tempted to use the Petit Lenormand in a Tarot spread… Don’t deny it! I know you will! (Yes, I am grinning mysteriously, and no… there’s nothing wrong in doing that, really). I’ve been there myself, and I have seen countless others do the same as well! What you might not realize, however, is that you aren’t using your Petit Lenormand to its maximum potential in doing so…


Advanced Techniques for Reading the Petit Lenormand Grand Tableau – Part 4

In this article, we cover the Petit Lenormand House system, which is a technique actually documented back in a French book on Cartomancy, published in 1875. The book claims that it reveals techniques used by both Etteilla and Ms. Lenormand, but the book is authorless and while it accurately describes a 9X4 Grand Tableau, the Lenormand House technique described in it wasn’t actually developed with…


Advanced Techniques for Reading the Petit Lenormand Grand Tableau – Part 3

Mirroring is a technique which was actually described and used by Etteilla even before the Petit Lenormand Oracle was invented. On page 50 of his book: “Etteilla, ou la seule manière de se recréer avec les cartes, revue, corrigée et augmentée par l’auteur; sur son premier manuscrit” (Lesclapart, Libraire, Quai de Gêvres, Paris, 1773), Etteilla explains how this technique is used. The principle is actually quite easy and works rather well in string readings, as well as in a Lenormand Grand Tableau.