“This petit 36-card deck encourages readers to explore their own intuition and associations to interpret the cards, or refer to the accompanying booklet for guidance on each card meaning (more detailed card interpretation are given in the Mystical Lenormand Book on page 53) . The vivid artwork was created by Swiss artist Urban Trösch using a time-honored technique of egg tempera on wood with a chalk base.”
Finally available in English! A perfect companion to the Mystical Lenormand cards. In this book, Regula Elizabeth Fiechter describes the images and the interpretations of each card and explains how combinations affect the interpretation. Though tips and suggestions are provided, the reader’s own stimulated intuition is used to supply a successful and helpful interpretation. For animal lovers, the Mystical Lenormand is especially attractive—each card carries the image of at least one animal. The Mystical Lenormand is modelled on cards which were used by Marie-Anne Lenormand, a prominent and popular French seeress of the 19th century.
Reprint of the original cards from 1799.
By kind permission of the British Museum, London, edited by Alexander Glueck. The game was conceived by Johann Kaspar Hechtel and published in Nuremberg in 1799 as a parlour game. This is where we meet all the characters seen later in the Lenormand cards: the rider, the stork, the mice, the fish, etc. The booklet includes the historic game rules and instructions how to read this oracle today.
Three language edition: English, French, German
80 x 110 mm
card language: none
instruction booklet: english, french & german
Fairy Tales have been teaching us timeless life lessons for centuries. Lisa Hunt’s enchanting artwork draws us into the magical world of peasants and princesses, dragons and daring deeds. By weaving imaginative myths into the Lenormand structure, Fairy Tale Lenormand helps readers connect with the cards in meaningful and memorable ways. The 38-card multicultural deck, presented in a treasure chest tin, includes extra Gentleman and Lady cards for personalized readings.
Arwen Lynch’s delightful 120-page booklet, with foreword by Lenormand expert Donnaleigh de LaRose, cleverly relates familiar fairy tales to the Lenormand meanings. Booklet includes illustrated instructions for reading with Crossroads Spreads, Tower Spreads, and Happily Ever Afters.
This charming 36-card Petit Lenormand deck offers fresh, new perspectives for this traditional system of fortune telling. Contemporary Korean artist Kwon Shina’s imaginative style of artwork provides the reader with clever visual cues that capture the mood, nuances, and inner meanings of the cards. When you look at the Dog card, you will know in an instant this card portrays loyal friendship, not a threat. If you are learning Lenormand for the first time, this is a delightful deck to learn the core meanings. If you are already familiar with the Lenormand system, Kwon’s dreamy images will inspire you to look at Lenormand in a whole new way. The 92-page booklet offers keywords, quotations and interpretations that help the reader understand the lively narrative interplay between the 36 cards. Dreaming Way Lenormand will allow you to do insightful readings that bring clarity to any situation, whether you are working with pairs of cards, the Grand Tableau or one of the starter spreads suggested in the instructions.
Mlle Lenormand (1772 – 1843) came into prominence in France as a card diviner early in the 19th century. She made a deep impression upon the minds of her numerous followers and was celebrated by many famous personages. The verses on the cards do not replace an own interpretation – they make it just easier for beginners to recognize the significance of the card. The images are very soft and romantic drawn and give a harmonious image. Lenormand Fortune Telling Cards from the publishing house AGM-Urania.
36 cards, Size: 88 x 57mm, Card language: English, Instruction booklet: English
The traditional Blue Owl Lenormand cards now with explaining verses. Card interpretion has never been this easy! The “Blue Owl” represent the marvelous cards found after her death, the same cards with which she predicted the rise and fall of Emperor Napoleon, the secrets of Empress Josephine and the fate of many court followers.