Month: December 2020

“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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Grand Tableau Traditional Method I: Near & Far Meanings

As I mentioned in my last post, the instructions that came with most Lenormand decks from the mid 19th century onwards were the so-called “Philippe Lenormand” instructions. These were printed with the Game of Hope cards when they were rebranded as Le Petit Lenormand after the famous French fortune teller. They gave a particular way …

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