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Lenormand meanings and combos - from French sources


I'll put here notes which are taken from French sources. They are often different from what I've found on English websites. Not so different from Russian and sometimes different from Treppner. Hope it helps. One card per post.

Rider/Horseman

Nine of hearts. It is of course a card that brings you a message. The news is good or bad? It all depends on what surrounds it. The rider can also represent someone who is on the road, who comes to you: along with the card of the Heart, it can mean the human heart that comes to you. If the rider accompanies the couple (both personal cards next to each other) that may mean that you are proposed marriage. This card can also be a sign of a visit or a meeting. In summary, if the surroundings of the Cavalier did not give it a negative nuance, this card is favorable. May also represent a foreigner.

Associations:

Cavalier+Lily = a man of foreign origin, from distance

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Clover


Six of Diamonds.
Clover - a positive card. Near the querent's card announces happiness, comfort, and luck.
Clover is also chance success, achievement of the hopes, wishes, desires.
After a series of bad cards the clover announces they will be over and this series will be short, the tide is turning and the chance comes. Describes the querent as a lucky person who has good financial sense and perspectives.

Associations:

Bear+Clover = it's time to bet or gamble = money luck
Clover + Fish = a promotion.

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Ship


Ten of Spades.
Ship card - movement, start, opening out to the world, travel. Often represents travel by sea or the sea itself, and a long journey abroad. Travel card but can also be a sign of positive development in money, gains. Describes the querent as a person of adventurous spirit who likes freedom and the great outdoors. Can also represent an alien or a person who lives far away or has a trip planned. a restless soul.

Associations:
Ring+Ship = honeymoon.
Ship+Child = child who is traveling or leaving the house to stand on its own; the beginning of a new path, a ccompletely new lifestyle.

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House


King of Hearts
Represents house, home, real estate, it is also the anchor of the family, the hearth, all the links in familly matters, the relations inside and to the family. It is also the house in the material sense of the term, installations, facilities, purchasing, security, etc. It is also a symbol of emotional stability, family security, the strength in the couple or in the family. Surrounded by bad cards is a warning not to rest on present happiness, to protect it against external aggression, to do what it takes to keep it. That card is also a king and may therefore represent a man. Describes the querent as stable, of good education and probably family, very affectionate, loving and giving, someone courteous and refined, someone you can count on.

Associations:
Storks+House = move, development or change in residence.
Rider+ House = visit to the house, a visitor or visitors.
Bear+House = financial stability at the home.
Rod+House = family disputes.
House+Letter = a letter arrives, the following card will tell you what kind.
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Tree


Seven of Hearts
Predicts health or illness (depending on its surroundings), moral or psychological maturity, provides protection, it can also represent a place outdoors, a symbol of patience, the vital energy of life. Also symbolizes roots and rooted situations. The tree gives advice to available resources to regenerate, oxygenate. The card is very positive if it is surrounded by other cards with trees (Garden, Roads, House, etc.), especially from a health point of view. Describes the querent as a person balanced, zen, feeling well in body and in spirit or preoccupied by his health (if negative).
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Clouds


King of Clubs
The Clouds card indicates a delicate situation, a temporary problem. We must take precautions says this card. At any time the storm may burst, but it is true that a cloud is followed by decreasing disturbance - "after the rain comes sunshine." In all cases the presence of this card is a warning to be cautious and wise as the King of Clubs, prepared for any eventuality. This card can represent a man as he is a king. It describes a restless, bubbling personality but also someone who is on the defensive side. Mind lost in the clouds, not seeing clearly. Can also represent a man past certain age, an older man.

Associations:
Clouds+Heart = uneasy, uncomfortable feelings.
Clouds+Fox or Fish = disturbance at work.
Clouds+house = troubles in the family.
Clouds+Mouse or Bear = problems in the financial area, something wrong with it: it's your decision which will dissipate the Clouds but if the Mountain ends the trio, it's likely to last longer.
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Snake


Queen of Clubs
A lady or if accompanied by Clouds (King of Clubs) - a couple. This card can be a woman, mother or a rival.
The symbols of this card are: treachery, lies, insecurity, jealousy, betrayal often from a person that you appreciate. Betrayal in the personal affairs or emotional deception, the presence of an extramarital relationship, the desire to harm.
These are the people who try to harm you. This card is always an indication of greater distrust of those around you, it must be taken with caution.
These are also the people you attract into your own trap using your charm, looks or fine words (serpent of Eve's speech seduced Adam). This card also represents sexuality, eroticism, sexual fantasies fulfilled, naughtiness. This is also someone who talks too much to flatter you, a hypocrite, someone who lies or gossip about you.

Associations:
Ring+Snake = betrayal in marriage, it represents the rival, the lover, the third side.
Fox+Snake = stab in the back at work.
Snake+Rod = slander, harmful words, disputes developed in the future but also a highly sexual encounter, an obsessively sexual relationship.
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Coffin


Nine of Diamonds
It is clearly a negative card, depending on the surrounding cards is to determine in what area the Coffin will strike. THe card announces the end of something but it can be the end of a difficult situation. This is something that will end anyway but it also starts something new. The card may signify a significant financial loss, breach, the departure of a loved one, a failure, a disease. If the surrounding cards are favorable, they will mitigate the negative effect of the Coffin and promise a renaissance after the pain, a new path. The card must be understood as a serious warning and as a test which we can always outgrow. It is naturally the card signifying physical death but for this it must be accompanied by other negative cards and the question must be strictly asking for health or disease outcome/advice. Do not!!! take any combos with negative cards as sign of death in general readings as the chance to be wrong is very high.

Associations:
Coffin+Fox = retirement. If the Lily is added to the trio, the retirement will be with great honours.
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Bouquet


Queen of Spades
This card always brings happiness in all your endeavors. It also brings help from unexpected sources. It is a gift, a happy ending. After a series of bad cards it symbolizes the end of pain and troubles. Bouquet announces success and fulfillment in a specific area or the end of the difficulties in this area. This card can also represent a woman in her best age and full glory. As a person she may be single, even a widow or unmarried or divorced, but she likes her solitude, she is in power. Sometimes she is someone who loves beautiful things or arts, or she is artistic herself.

Associations:
Heart+Bouquet = a bouquet filled with love, a courtship of exceptional beuaty and value.
House+Storks+Bouquet = a change in the home or belongings with happy ending.
Child+Book+Bouquet = academic success of children.
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Scythe


Jack of Diamonds.
This card represents danger, sudden rupture, an unexpected, out of the blue, end. It is a sign of "cutting". "Harvest that was sown" is also a meaning of the card. A break, the need of a decisive action. It can also be a brutal accident, this card often announces the sudden, the unexpected speed of events, which is unpredictable. It is also physical injury, surgery (depending on environment). With the Heart it will be a painful ending. While with the Mice it will be much slower, the Mice will eat the suddennness and may be the decisiveness. As a person it's a sharp man/woman who takes decisions quickly, can also be a young man. Also stubborn, cutting people off his/her life, not willing to rethink, reverse his/her decisions.

Associations:
Ring+Scythe = separation, divorce.
Child+Book+Scythe = a child/student puts an end to his studies.
Coffin+Scythe+Tower = a surgery clinic.
Roads+Scythe = decision, choice made firmly.
Roads+Scythe+Coffin = attention to a possible road accident.
Following the Sun is a good omen.
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