Blue Bird Lenormand by Stuart S Kaplan

Blue Bird Lenormand by Stuart S Kaplan

From the pen of highly respected and world renown expert on cartomancy Stuart S. Kaplan comes the Blue Bird Lenormand deck – a new interpretation of an equally well-loved and admired divination system. Book The booklet that accompanies this deck describes in some detail the history of the system’s original creator Marie-Anne Adelaide Lenormand (1772-1843). This is followed with guidance for the reader on how to create a full 36-card spread known as the Grand Tableau. After a brief few lines giving an interpretation of each of the cards the booklet then includes a sample reading to help users interpret a spread. Cards The Blue Bird Lenormand deck features the… Read More

Celtic Lenormand by Chloë McCracken and Will Worthington

Celtic Lenormand by Chloë McCracken and Will Worthington

The art of divination has always enjoyed a continuous state of flux and change. Over the decades, new students have tended to apply radical new interpretations of their chosen fields in fortune-telling. Quite often, they openly challenge what was once deemed to be sacred and inviolate. The Celtic Lenormand deck by Chloë McCracken and artist Will Worthington attempts to break the mould by taking a new and fairly challenging approach to the Lenormand divination system. Between them, they have transposed and integrated Celtic themes into their cards, taking this popular divination system into new areas. The deck comes in a sturdy cardboard box—complete with 45 cards and a 188-page illustrated guidebook.… Read More

Lenormand Oracle Cards by Gina di Roberto

Lenormand Oracle Cards by Gina di Roberto

The Lenormand Oracle Cards is a 36-card fortune-telling deck based upon the popular Lenormand divination system. Originally published in 1828 as a 52-card deck, it was later revised to produce this trimmed down version of 36 cards—more popularly known as ‘Petit Lenormand’. The deck includes the standard 36 cards along with a small booklet that describes the history of the cards, each of the card’s divinational meanings (both dignified and ill-dignified) in the Spanish, English, French and German languages. Our Review of ‘Lenormand Oracle Cards’ by Gina di Roberto This attractive deck is somewhat smaller (6 cm x 10 cm or 2 1/2″ x 4 1/2″) than your average Tarot… Read More