Lenormand Cross Meaning

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6 Responses

  1. Mandy says:

    This is awesome I really appreciate it. I have been studying the incredible Lenormand with great success,off and on, for years.I’m getting ready to start a job doing this and this was just what I needed to get started right away so thanks alot for your hard work and time on this!:=)

  2. Rea says:

    I’m using this guide for my titanias fortune deck who has all the same cards but different images etc. The meanings for each card seem to be totally different here? Is that normal? I don’t understand. I’m trying to learn how to better use these cards but I’m being told a totally different meaning here than I do in the book

    • Stephen says:

      Hi Rea!! Sorry for the delay at getting back to you!

      Tatiana created her own deck and her card definitions might not follow the classic definitions. There was an influx of new Lenormand decks roughly a decade ago, where a lot of Lenormand students decided to jump in and create their own variations. Nothing wrong in itself, but it does make things harder on neophites that are looking for answers. My advice is to stick with either one of the systems until you learn it completely, and then start expanding. Regardless on what you do, I hope you enjoy the journey!

      Warmest regards,
      LE

  3. Stephen says:

    Hi Tatiana,

    The Clover is a fickle card..! It brings luck, inspiration and creativity when surrounded by nurturing cards, but it quickly gets negative when surrounded by darker cards like the clouds, causing false hopes, ideas dying in their conceptualization stage / before they can get started, etc.

    Hope this helps,
    Stephen

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