Lenormand is a deck of 36 cards which, despite its very French name, has its origins in late 18th century Germany. Over time, it has spread throughout Europe and beyond but never quite gained the popularity Tarot seems to enjoy. Still, it is in many ways one of the most accurate methods of prediction out there. Very honest, straightforward and to the point, it can also be quite blunt but with a humorous flair. It is perhaps the system I rely on the most when exploring potential solutions to my everyday concerns.

Given that, even now, the information on how to effectively and accurately read with Lenormand is not as widely available as it ought to be, it will be my aim to provide info, tips and tricks on how to best go about learning it on my blog. Below, you will find a concise guide to the basics of interpreting the cards to which I will, over time, add more. Be sure to check my website often and follow me on social media for new information.

History of Lenormand cards
Card meanings and keywords
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
19. Tower
20. Garden
21. Mountain
22. Crossroads
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
Card combinations
Setting the context and asking questions
Three-card spread
Five-card spread
Nine-card ‘Portrait’ spread (3×3)
Grand tableau spread (8×4+4)

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