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Learning Lenormand ➸ Learning Lenormand Free ➮ Author Marcus Katz – Thomashillier.co.uk Discover Your Future in Cards

Read the Lenormand cards to answer practical questions about romance, career, money, travel, and important life choices With simple instructions for beginning r Discover Your Future inCardsRead the Lenormand cards to answer practical questions about romance, career, money, travel, and important life choices With simple instructions for beginning readers, Learning Lenormand teaches easily accessible methods for using this simple thirtysix card deck Providing fascinating historical research and proven techniques, renowned instructors Marcus Katz and Tali Goodwin reveal everything you need to know:Card meanings The Grand Tableau Accessing your inner Sibyl Sample readings Working Learning Lenormand PDF or with houses Basic layouts Deck recommendations The significance of facing cards Lenormand and tarot Diagonals, reflections, zones, and shadows With fewer complex symbols than traditional tarot cards, the Lenormand deck is a key that unlocks the secrets of the future and uncovers deep personal insights.


About the Author: Marcus Katz

tarotprofessionals the world's largest professional tarot organisation, he has studied and taught tarot for years and has delivered than , face to face readingsMarcus is also the co creator of Tarot Town,.



10 thoughts on “Learning Lenormand

  1. Amie Amie says:

    Save your money unless:
    - you are buying this book for the history section (which is great)
    - to add to a collection of English books on Lenormand
    - you do not want to learn how to read actual traditional Lenormand fortune-telling but a made-up version by these authors

    I do not want to come off as being too rude or as though I am dissing the authors - I am not. They are really great authors on tarot. Tarot is not Lenormand. There is a section in this book distinguishing between reading tarot and reading Lenormand cards but at some point along the way the details get a bit muddled and may leave the experienced tarot reader and/or the newbie (or even experienced) Lenormand reader confused with some convoluted tripe detailed in this section.

    If you are new to these fortune telling cards and you want to learn how to read them, you have many choices available to you. You can patiently wait until some other author's books are published (later this year I believe and I am truly hoping they will be as good as other's predict); you can join a good card study group in a social network place (like Facebook); you can subscribe to and read several different blogs by people who are actual readers of these little cards and who know their stuff; or you can find a few reputable YouTube videos as well.

    In my opinion, this book just barely rises above Sylvie Steinbach's Secrets of the Lenormand Oracle.


  2. Georgina Georgina says:

    Enjoy the history section in the front, but throw it away afterward and buy The Essential Lenormand by Rana George. I am shocked/angry/furious at Katz & Goodwin for their hopelessly convoluted techniques and downright incorrect interpretation of the Lenormand cards. They do not understand a predictive oracles and have muddied the beauty of the Lenormand's simplicity. I am keeping this book only to show my Tarot students who wish to learn Lenormand how horribly, horribly wrong it is to apply navel-gazing Tarot techniques to Lenormand.


  3. Rob Rob says:

    A good book, it gives a good review of historical facts and all the learning material is worthy to pay attention.


  4. Madhavi Ghare Madhavi Ghare says:

    This was my first Lenormand book - having become drawn to these cards after seeing the artwork of the beautiful Dreaming Way Lenormand deck. Perhaps because I am a Tarot Card Reader, I was expecting to be 'taught' these cards in a more typical way - starting with the meanings of the cards, and then going to the reading methods and concepts etc. However, the authors have a more hands-on approach towards teaching the readers how to use the Lenormand cards for doing readings. They start out with simple examples and build the learning from these simple spreads itself. I suppose, that too is a valid and interesting approach towards teaching the cards. It was unsettling for me, but your mileage may vary. :) What I liked most though, was how the authors took efforts to differentiate between the Lenormand way and the Tarot way of reading cards. For me, that was quite useful - because I am a visually intuitive person, and therefore needed to know where and how to restrain myself while playing with these cards.


  5. Pam Pam says:

    Loved this book! This book shares a lot more history on Mlle Lenormand as well as the Game of Hope from which the Lenormand Oracle originates. But what I really enjoyed was that most card descriptions shared also included those from other Lenormand book authors. I also learned more about the Grand Tableau, the houses, and reading the diagonals. I have this book on pre-order...I have to have a hard copy.


  6. Lylah Caldwell Lylah Caldwell says:

    A great introduction to lenormand.


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