I have always been into astrology. More recently, another form of divination, or as I like to think of it, spiritual connection, has caught my interest: cartomancy. 674 more words
A few notes on how to read court cards in connection with yes/no questions.
If you’re one of those who follow the cunning folk system of reading playing cards – which is to say that you’re logical about it all, and use your own head rather than that of another – then you know that the first rule you obey is that of color. 830 more words
If you want a solid foundation in Lenormand reading (and not a lot of misinformation that you’ll only have to unlearn later), don’t miss Andy Boroveshengra’s… 90 more words
(Interviewed by Caitlín Matthews)
What drew you to reproduce antique Lenormand decks?
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When I first became enamored with the Lenormand it didn’t take long to be drawn to the antique decks because of the simplicity and clarity of the symbols. 1,574 more words
The 3 x 3 (square of nine) is not actually my favourite spread for the petit-Lenormand or playing cards. Nevertheless, I was asked to do another tutorial on it back in late January, but have never got around to it, so I apologise for that. 467 more words
Square of Nine - AndyBC
Here’s another little layout I’ve studied for several years and found it to be helpful when asking a specific question. I am featuring the Lenormand Revolution (Carrie Paris, Roz Foster). 740 more words
The reaction layout - by Seaqueen.