The only problem I have with seeing the Moon as round-faced, corpulent and soft is that it mingles both tarot and astrological meanings with Lenormand, something I diligently try to avoid.
(bear likes to eat..but the surrounding cards will tell you if the person eats more than what the body needs for fuel.)
4. Long nails (female or male)
5. Aggressive stance
6. Always think of a motorcycle type person with this card (leather jackets, biker look)
1. Easy to recognition
2. Moon shape face ( circular)
3. Can indicate the actual stomach size
4. Feminine (not a negative)
Only things I can think of. I can't find my rana lenormand book. But I have read the physical look of bear in her book...can't remember Moon too much.
It's more likely very difficult to answer this question with the Lenormand. Well, since both cards refer to work (for me), I would say in a suit and tie (or a kind of work uniform) with maybe a reassuring expression (the Bear is said helping).
I will as well go for someone possibly hairy and who has broad shoulders, maybe a beard (beards are in fashion currently in France, I guess elsewhere too!).
I'm most likely the only person in the world who hasn't seen all the Harry Potter movies. I'll have to keep an eye out for them in the future as I'm sure they are all going to become classics.Moon can refer to someone with pale skin - as in very white or Caucasian. That is one physical trait.
If you have ever seen HARRY POTTER do you recall that sweet dreamy girl that could also see those dead horse like creatures and then of course Harry's enemy and rival? Luna Lovegood and Draco Malfoy. Perfect MOON types.
Think BEAR is mostly covered although maybe body builder type may have been missed or someone on the rugged side like a bikie. Big, staunch, protective, muscly type.
I'm most likely the only person in the world who hasn't seen all the Harry Potter movies. I'll have to keep an eye out for them in the future as I'm sure they are all going to become classics.
I was picking up body builder type as well. Someone muscular and possibly famous.
Yes indeed!But what if it was trying to describe a woman?