Working with a topic for your daily readings is a great way to get more detailed information about a specific event or aspect of your day.
In that case the top cards are showing the topic that will be further explained by the three cards below. Here we can see that there will be information (n ° 1, the Rider) that is worrisome (n ° 23, the Mice).
Two possible scenarios… (or perhaps a mix of both).
1 * – The worrisome news will be about a threat (n ° 10, the Scythe) to my reputation or status (n ° 28 + 32, the Man + the Moon).
2 * – The worrisome information might also be concerning certain risks / dangers (n ° 10, the Scythe) in my work situation (n ° 32, the Moon as a life area card for work).
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Björn & Ruth
Mlle. Marie-Anne Lenormand (27-05-1772 to 23-06-1843) is beyond any doubt one of the most influential cartomancers and fortune tellers of all time. Shortly after her death, several card games were named after her, even though they had never been used by her. This was of course a clever example of 19th century marketing. The two most famous “Lenormand” games are undoubtedly the 36-card “Le Petit Lenormand” and “Le Grand Jeu Lenormand” with 54 cards.
The most popular one, Le Petit Lenormand, is much older than Le Grand Jeu and has its origin in Germany. It is a divination game that first existed under the name “Das Spiel der Hoffnung”, the Game of Hope, and which originally appeared on the market in 1799. After Mlle. Lenormand’s death, this game was re-released under the name Wahrsagekarten Mlle. Lenormand and was soon taken over by other card manufacturers in Germany, Belgium and France, who all released their own editions. This deck can be used for small readings but its traditional purpose was to be laid out in a Grand Tableau, using all 36 cards.
In the same period, the renowned French card maker Grimaud published “Le Grand Jeu Lenormand”. This extremely complex but interesting card game is completely different in structure and method compared to any other card system. Each card contains a mix of images which refer to different forms of divination: playing cards, astrology, geomancy, flowers and letters. Furthermore, in the middle, on the largest image, there is a story from Greek mythology. The small images below depict daily life scenes from the 19th century.
Different layouts can be used when consulting the Grand Lenormand. The images of one card are then connected to those of the other cards. The cards are packed with information and surprising storylines and they provide beautiful, comprehensive and accurate readings.
These cards have clearly been inspired by the authentic method and interests of Marie-Anne herself. In many of her books you will find proof of her fascination for Greek mythology, and her knowledge of flowers and astrology. Testimonials from customers explain how she used large painted cards that contained astrological signs, flowers and letters.
Every true Lenormand fan should have Le grand Jeu Lenormand in their collection. While Marie-Anne never truly revealed the details of the cards she worked with, this system comes definitely closest to what she used two centuries ago.
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N° 11, the Whip + n° 21, the Mountain –
An argument (n° 11) that encounters resistance (n° 21).
Another option: a rather hostile (n ° 21) outburst (n° 11) or “hate speech” in a different context …
The options are endless and depend on the specific context of the question.
The exact authentic and traditional meanings and methods for the Petit Lenormand can be found in the Petit Lenormand Encyclopedia! Do you also want to learn how to work with these cards and read them as they should be read? CLICK HERE!
One of my female clients wanted to know what the future perspective was for her relationship.
My motto is always: “don’t let the cards decide how you should live your life but don’t ignore what they are telling you either”. This might be a dual statement, but that’s really how I see it.
When looking at the answer that the cards are showing us, it is clear that the relationship will never be what you want it to be. The focus card 8♠, as well as “the small sujet de gauche” on the Lady ♦ , are reflecting unhealthy feelings of anger and resentment. The flowers on 8♠ give us a message of disaster for the strong as well as for the weak. Should you be able to win a battle today, you will lose double over time …
The “small sujet de droite” on 4♣ indicates that there is flirting. Whether the latter is already happening or not I can not say. Has this already played a role in the past and does it cause feelings of revenge? That is something only the lady can answer for herself. It could be a warning for the future along with the other information, which inevitably leads us to the conclusion that it is not a positive outlook.
Not exactly an uplifting reading but nevertheless important information for the querent to consider and assess in terms of probability.
I often consult the Petit Etteilla when I need a quick and simple answer, as I find it to be particularly well suited for that purpose (amongst many other things).
A friend of mine was preoccupied about a situation involving his property and wanted to know what the chances were of maintaining his current house.
Petit Etteilla cards are always read from right to left so ♦ 10 + ♠ 7 shows a start of the process, in which one will take a strong position with regards to the reversed Queen of Clubs, who stands for “Epouse” = partner. Then we see a backlash in the situation and the perspective becomes unstable (♥ D) for the person in question (♣ B reversed).
The chances of being able to keep the house are not very good according to these cards. It would be advisable to think about a plan B.
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Kipper Cards – Private Eye
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