Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Stork Then Ring

Daily Draw: Cross Stitch Lenormand ~ Girl + Stork + Ring
Even a lenormand virgin like me can see this draw might make a young girl asking her fortune, happy.
Perhaps not in the order she or her parents might wish but still. 

Looking at it from a cartomancy view we have the 7 of Swords, Queen of Cups, Ace of Wands. 
7 of Swords in this view might mean the girl did not want to be pregnant, but who at 16 or so who would insist on safe sex, when that cute guy overwhelmed her with charm. Queen of Cups, regardless, she will be a good mother, with enough pure love to make up for beginners mistakes. And that Ace of Wands, rings do not equal happiness, but signifies it will take both to make it work in the long term. 

I haven't  a clue if these card inserts are read as matched to tarot cards...I doubt it because the pictorial lenormand predates the pictorial minors in tarot, perhaps someone will come along and set me straight. 

"It is not a lack of love, but a lack of friendship that makes unhappy marriages." ~ Friedrich Nietzshe 1844-1900

2 comments:

  1. I do believe I would need a valium if that reading showed up for my daughter. :)
    I think the stork (in Lenormand-speak) generally means a positive, noticeable change. I am wondering if it has to do with your mom since you have committed (ring) to taking care of her yourself.

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  2. Just thought to add my two bits. I'm virgin to lenormand as well he he

    Maybe it's about the surprise package I sent you....lol

    27. Letter + 17. Stork + 25. Ring (could be these)

    A message about new piece of jewellery
    A letter or Document about changes to an agreement
    A message about a relocation in a commitment
    A bill arrives about changes to a contract
    A letter about removal of contract/agreement

    27. Letter is something that is written (documents, bills, text message, email,)

    Hope this helps you. I'm still learning too. lol

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