In today’s post I create combinations with the Clouds card.
For a more complete list of the Tree card’s keywords please refer to this post on Card Keywords. In this list, adding the remaining 35 cards to the Tree card for a combined meaning, I have primarily focussed on the ‘health’ meaning of the Tree card. This is what happened when I started combining the cards:
Combinations: Tree + 1
We know that House means: Home, Family, Security, Possessions, Comfort, Property, Real estate, Small building. What happens when we combine it with each of the other 35 cards in the deck?
Combinations: House + 1
Previous card: ShipNext card: Tree
The Ship card often refers to travel (amongst other things.) In this list of combinations I had fun listing various travel scenarios to add to my directory of card combinations.
Combinations: Ship + 1
I’d welcome your suggested combinations in the comments section! 😃
We already know that Clover means: Luck, Small, Quick, Optimistic, Easy going, Carefree, a Risk taker, willing to take a Gamble. What happens when we read it in combination with the other 35 cards in the deck? The focus in this list is on Clover, the other cards amend or influence its meaning (rather than the other way around.)
Combinations: Clover + 1
Clover + Rider = Fast luck
Clover + Ship = Nomad / Travelling Gypsy
Clover + House = Young tenant (as opposed to home owner)
Clover + Tree = Calculated (grounded) risk
Clover + Clouds = Bad luck
Clover + Snake = A snake in the ‘grass’
Clover + Coffin = Putting a ‘lid on it’ / Reigning in an adolescent
Clover + Bouquet = Happy Hippy
Clover + Scythe = Losing a bet, Mowing the lawn
Clover + Whip = Promiscuity / Compulsive gambler
Clover + Birds = Annoyingly optimistic
Clover + Child = Small risks / Foolish (The Fool)
Clover + Fox = False optimism
Clover + Bear = Powerful motivator
Clover + Stars = Inspirational
Clover + Stork = Persuasive (leading to a change of position)
Clover + Dog = Acceptable risk
Clover + Tower = Grounding a teenager
Clover + Garden = Gardening / Horticulturist, Public raffle
Clover + Mountain = Pessimist
Clover + Crossroad = The odds are 50/50, ‘Double your bet’
Clover + Mice = Lost chance, Lose a gamble
Clover + Heart = Polygamist (carefree in love), Love to take risks
Clover + Ring = Eternal optimist
Clover + Book = Self-help manual
Clover + Letter = Menu (Clover being herbs/veg), SWOT analysis
Clover + Man = Male gambler
Clover + Woman = Female gambler
Clover + Lily = Old hippy, New-Age Guru
Clover + Sun = Jackpot winnings! (Big winnings), the ‘Midas’ touch
Clover + Moon = Meditation, Recognised winner, Acknowledged gambler, Famous comedian
Clover + Key = Winning Lotto numbers, Double confirmation: Yes! Yes!
Clover + Fish = Financial winnings
Clover + Anchor = Persistently lucky, Ocean breeze
Clover + Cross = Sad luck
These are my interpretations. I’d welcome discussions, questions & suggestions as well as your own combinations (in the comments section.) The best ones will be added.
Ideally this series will become a valuable resource for learners of Lenormand; if anything your input & experience would contribute additional value to this growing list.