Download this beautiful old German deck, uniformly resized: Lenormand 1892-1931 Altenburger Spielkarten & Co.
Reblogged from Confessions of a Freaky Fortune Teller: This reading is based on a post you’ll find at Mary Greer’s blog, which is an absolutely delightful compendium of tarot and fortune telling history and anecdotes. Mary came across an old spead in Fate Magazine to determine yes and no answers with tarot. I chanced upon […]
Reblogged from Andy Boroveshengra: There is quite a variety of ways you can employ the petit-Lenormand in readings. I do recommend you experiment a bit with various standards: the continental relationship spread; the star; the lines of seven, nine and thirteen, and of course, the grand-tableau. Nevertheless, you should be realistic – you don’t run […]