“Reopening America” – A Lenormand Tableau Reading

I used my new 24-card Lenormand tableau (the "Lenormand Lozenge," posted earlier) to ask what the consequences would be of reopening business and recreational venues on a nationwide basis in the United States in the near future. This is the Old Style Lenormand deck. All images copyright U.S. Games Systems, Inc, Stamford, CT The essence … Continue reading “Reopening America” – A Lenormand Tableau Reading

A “Lenormand Lozenge” Example Reading

I performed this example reading for my "Lenormand Lozenge" 24-card tableau. This is the Blue Owl Lenromand. My question was "What are the implications, complications and risks of staying on my current path?" All images © Konigsfurt-Urania "Ground Zero" in this spread lies on the "Awareness Horizon" between the four "A" alphanumeric cards; here they … Continue reading A “Lenormand Lozenge” Example Reading

Tormentor of Fish: A 2020 Season Forecast

Although I'm now well into my "senior" years, sit more than I should and have to be careful how much I push my limits, I still consider myself an "outdoorsman." (I like to say that I'm the only whisky-drinkin', pickup-drivin', ballcap-wearin', fly-fishin', alpine-skiin', kayak-paddlin', hill-climbin', rock & rollin', theater-goin', poetry-lovin', horoscope-castin', tarot-card-readin', grey-bearded, half-Canadian geomancer … Continue reading Tormentor of Fish: A 2020 Season Forecast

The “Lenormand Scramble” Awareness or Action Spread

Today I'm turning my spread-creation spotlight on the Lenormand deck. Lenormand readers generally work within a fairly narrow range of spread types: left-to-right lines (usually odd-numbered, running from 3 to 9 cards that allow for a "hinge" card in the middle), squares (typically the 9-card "3X3" array) and "tableaux" (often 36 or 15 cards). I … Continue reading The “Lenormand Scramble” Awareness or Action Spread

A 2020 Six-Month Grand Tableau

Every six months I perform a Lenormand Grand Tableau reading to look at my prospects for the upcoming semi-annual period. This year I'm doing something different. I haven't been satisfied with the usefulness of the last four "summary" (aka "fate" or "destiny") cards of the 8x4+4 "piquet" layout (which also tend to complicate the practices … Continue reading A 2020 Six-Month Grand Tableau