List of Lenormand Card Combinations

List of Lenormand Card Combinations

This is a list of the Lenormand card combinations I use when I read Lenormand. It isn’t an exhaustive list, but it is a good place for you to start as you learn Lenormand. As you practice with the cards, you’ll see that the combinations don’t apply to all situations. In time, you’ll come up with your own combinations, but until then, these can aid you as you learn.


Lenormand Card List

 

[one_half]1. Rider

2. Clover

3. Ship

4. House

5. Tree

6. Clouds

7. Snake

8. Coffin

9. Bouquet

10. Scythe

11. Whip

12. Birds

13. Child

14. Fox

15. Bear

16. Stars

17. Stork

18. Dog[/one_half]

[one_half_last]
19. Tower

20. Garden

21. Mountain

22. Crossroad

23. Mice

24. Heart

25. Ring

26. Book

27. Letter

28. Man

29. Woman

30. Lily

31. Sun

32. Moon

33. Key

34. Fish

35. Anchor

36. Cross [/one_half_last]

40 Comments

  1. Since this is my 1st visit to your website, I simply wished to say greetings! wonderful website!

  2. These definitions are very helpful,just hope you find time to ad the missing ones some day.

  3. Thanks for posting all these, it is helpful in my learning

  4. I can’t wait to see the rest of the combos! I’m learning so much. Love the site and your layout. Keep up the excellent work 😉

  5. Wonderful guide, many thanks for all your work !

  6. Absolutely love your website. Finally a good and very useful website about Lenormand! It has helped me a lot. Greetings from Holland.

  7. I’m new to these cards and your card combination are really helping me…thanks so much! Will you be posting the rest of the combination meanings shortly? I’m eager to understand the rest.

  8. I’m so excited to find this website! I just ordered Ciro Marchetti’s deck and had no clue how to read with these. Thank you for your wealth of information!! I will be excited to see your additions. Blessings! =)

  9. Please please finish the card descriptions I’m lost without the last few cards 🙁

    • I’m working on them Martine. It takes several hours to write each one and I’m writing them as fast as I can. I’m almost done with the Key and it will be up soon.

  10. Love your site; the card combo suggestions are really helpful. Can you also do more tutorials on spreads? Keep up the great work!

    • Thanks Belle! I do plan to do more tutorials on spreads. Life has kept me a bit busy so I’m not as far along with posting tutorials as I had planned to be by now, but they’re definitely in the works.

  11. Thank you Stephen for finding the time and effort to make this!
    Bless you.

    Greetings from the Netherlands! 🙂

  12. I love your Lenormand combination site..it helps me understand my readings that I do. I have created my own Lenormand cards and I also made an illustrated book based on them…it is called New Illustrated Lenormand Oracle….on Amazon…..hope you have time to check them out.
    Sincerely,
    Lucie Maragni

  13. Just to say Gratittude Stephen for taking your time and guide my studies. Your work is priceless and i’m learning a lot studying all you wright. This pages will be eternal. 🙂 Thank you so much;-) do you have a close page in facebook for Lenormand students? Hope you’ll have a Abundant 2015. Lots of Light to you:-*

    • Hi Gisela! I’m glad you enjoy the website and that you find my pages useful!
      Unfortunately, I don’t have Facebook page for Lenormand! With everything that happened in recent times with Facebook giving away personal info, I’m glad I didn’t create one!

      Stephen

  14. Hello Stephen,

    Really appreciate your Lenormand site. So very helpful, especially with the combination cards. Gives so much clarity to the combo technique. Love your site. Thank you so much for all the information provided in one great spot!

  15. This is so helpful ! Exactly what I was looking for . Thank you!!

  16. Stephen, this a valuable and enjoyable resource for my Lenormand practice. I’m curious though, how do you deal out the cards: off the top of the deck, or just wherever? Thanks!

    • Hi John,

      I typically shuffle the cards and cut the deck with my left hand. From there, I go through my deck from the top card to the bottom.

      Warmest regards,
      Stephen

  17. I am brand new to lenormand, and I must say that your website has been priceless in helping me get started! That you have chosen to share all your years of research and knowledge into such a gracious and understandable format was so commendable and so deserving of a huge thank you!! For all this valuable information 🙂

    • Hi Una! I’m glad you’re enjoying the website! I hope you keep learning and enjoy your journey!

      Warmest regards,
      LE

  18. Ok I’m new to lenormand so this list is extremely helpful, but I just realized everything stops at 36 when my deck goes up to 38. So are these extra cards not normal cards cuss I would really like a break down of 37 and 38 also

    • You must have one of those decks with extra cards (one of the decks I have added a cat card so that you could use it instead of the dog card). Lenormand, for a proper reading usually has 36 cards. Just pull out the extra cards that might double as the same card traditionally).

  19. Thank you for making lenormand card combination reading fun because of its simplified interpretation.
    i would like to request a list of lenormand meaning for each card.thank you.

    • Glad you like the website! You should be able to find a meaning to each card by clicking on the card links.

  20. Thank you so much Ashley! I’m glad people still find the content useful. I must say, I haven’t been looking into matters as much as I should have.

    LE

  21. I’m happy you like the website!

    Warmest regards,
    LE

  22. HI Brendan! Thanks for the feedback!
    I’ll look into it and will probably make changes in the future!

    Regards,
    LE

  23. Thanks for sharing your story with us Christin, very moving! I hope you’ve kept your father’s cards!!
    I’ve had my share of not wanting to read the cards for similar reasons! Perhaps that’s why I took so long to get back to you! I hope you’ll keep learning!!

    Warmest regards,
    Stephen

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