Let these Lenormand Stork combinations help you learn to read Lenormand card combinations. This isn’t an exhaustive list of card combinations for the Stork, so be sure to add your own as you continue with your Lenormand studies. As you learn Lenormand, you’ll soon see that the number of possible card combinations is endless. For now, let these Lenormand Stork card combinations be a guide in your studies.
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Keywords: PAIN, burden, destiny, fate, suffering, religion
General Description: The Lenormand Cross is usually a card of pain and suffering. It can represent good things, such as something being destined, if there is a positive card next to it. Otherwise, it typically points to difficult times, physical and/or emotional pain, despair, or a guilty conscience.
Also known as: The Horseman/The Cavalier
Keywords: NEWS. COMINGS AND GOINGS. A sporty young man or boy. A new person or situation entering into your life. A horse, or other rapid modes of transportation.
General Description: The Rider is about news, headlines, and movement. Messages are coming. Delays are over. A lot of energy is being spent, perhaps not always wisely. It’s about things happening soon; needing to seize the moment…
The following Lenormand Rider combinations are by no means exhaustive. The more you work with the Lenormand Oracle, the more you will see that the list of combinations never ends. Even though there are some “set in stone” meanings from tradition, you will find that there is an exception to the rule from time-to-time. So let this list help you learn how to read Lenormand and how to combine the rider with other Lenormand cards.