How to Read Lenormand Card Combinations

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6 Responses

  1. Anália says:

    This is a great inspiring article. I am pretty much pleased with your good work. you put really very helpful information.

  2. yiota says:

    great thanks!
    i was very nervous about a situation at the job.
    but now i’ll study

    looking forward for the rest combinations
    this deck is adorable!

  3. Patricia says:

    The two card readings have become so simple with the Noun/Adjective perspective – however, how would you interpret the third card in a 3 card spread? THank you!

    • Stephen says:

      Hi Patricia!!

      Thank you so much for your comment!! I’m glad you find it useful! The third card in the spread would be read in conjunction with the 2nd card. Soo.. 1+2, then cards 2+3, and then cards 3+4, etc. This is only in a string reading though. You don’t chain these up in a Grand Tableau.

      Cheers,
      Stephen

  4. Inna says:

    Thank you Stephen, I enjoy your site. I have the same question as above from Patricia. Can you please give an example of chain reading , like 5 or more cards in a raw. And also an example how to read an Grand Tableau where we don’t chain up. I tried to join the Forum but had no luck. Example reading would be very helpful. Thanks

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