The Grand Jeu de Mlle Lenormand vs The Petit Jeu: What’s The Difference?

Now, you may be aware that there’s not one but two distinct sets of oracle cards in circulation that bear the name of Mlle Lenormand. One is the Petit Jeu de Mlle Lenormand, which is what we are mostly talking about when we talk about “Lenormand” these days; the  simple 36 cards I mostly talk about here …

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How To Get More Info: Knighting in a 9 Card (3×3, Box) Spread

As you’ll be aware, the Grand Tableau is a complex spread, or at least has the potential to be,  with a lot of additional techniques you can use; Houses and Knighting in particular in order to tap more information. The 9 card spread (or 3×3 or Box spread) is actually a small part of a …

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How Do I Know Which Methods & Meanings Are Correct?

As there’s so much out there about Lenormand now, books, websites,  approaches, even rivalries,  many readers new to Lenormand cards get anxious both about whether they’re doing things “right” (in the sense of having confidence because they’re new to the cards) or learning the “right way” or not. This issue has several aspects. I’ve tried …

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Comparing “Traditional” & “Modern” Grand Tableau Results: How Do They Differ?

So to follow on from my recent posts on Traditional Meanings and the Near/Far method in the Grand Tableau, we turn to the next, inevitable, question. What different results might we see if we read the Grand Tableau using the traditional meanings and near/far method (e.g. “Philippe Lenormand” instructions) compared, for instance, to more modern methods …

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“Traditional” Grand Tableau II: A Reading With Near & Far Meanings

Following on from my previous post about Near and Far Meanings in”Traditional” methods of reading the Grand Tableau, I now want to go into how you might actually set about reading the cards in this way, because it’s quite different from how more modern readers might read this spread. (Take a look at my main …

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