A Lenormand Game: Guessing Cards in their Houses – round 3


Vontage Lenormand by Rootweaver & The Deck of Lenormand Houses by Tierney Sadler

Vintage Lenormand by Rootweaver & The Deck of Lenormand Houses by Tierney Sadler

Continuing an exercise on Cards and Houses from ‘Learning Lenormand’ the course associated with Marcus Katz & Tali Goodwin’s soon-to-be released book of the same title, we continue the word-play game. I will give a few rhymes, see if you can identify the Lenormand Card and House that the rhyme refers to. Two Cards, one Focus Card and one House Card to provide context.  To make it easier, I have highlighted the clues (referring to the 2 cards) in bold. Answers below.

  1. “A bond formed in fidelity with Facebook friends across the sea
  2. “A choice must be made to live sensibly, if one hopes to achieve longevity.”
  3. “She found herself filled with doubt, to accept his gift or go without…”

 

Answers:

  1. Dog in Ship
  2. Paths in Tree
  3. Clouds in Bouquet

 

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Comments

  1. Bonnie S. says:

    Hi Jera-Babylon, how do you go about picking the houses to go with the cards, is it ramdon or do you lay out the house cards in some order first like a nine card layout and then suffle the lennie cards before laying them out. I’m new at this but love your website, it’s so helpfull in learning the combinations, thanks for taking the time to do this for us.
    So looking forward to receiving your deck.
    Bonnie

    • Rootweaver says:

      Hi Bonnie,
      I randomly pick 2 cards. The first card is the Focus Card the second one is the House card.
      I am thrilled that you’re enjoying the site and finding it helpful. Thank you for your comment. xxx

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