Lenormand Tarot Cards by E.Fitzpatrick
They say: The title of this beautiful Tarot refers to Mlle Lenormand, a pseudonym for Marie Anne Lenormand (Alencon 1768 - Paris 1843), the French fortune-teller who went down in history as the cartomant of Josephine Beauharnais, first wife of Napoleon Bonaparte. Even if Mlle Lenormand never invented a deck of cards, toward the middle of the nineteenth century numerous French and German card manufacturers designed cartomantic decks whose titles recalled this most renowned modern Sybil. The Lenormand Tarot was based on these decks, whose attractive figures directly express all different kinds of existential situations.
Pack information: 78 Cards and booklet
Card dimensions: 65 x 120 mm
Dictionary Terms Explained
The Tarot is a specific system that has 78 cards in total. There are 4 suits (referred to as the minor arcana) and 22 other cards (referred to as the major arcana). Each card represents a specific energy. And each card, through the picture on the card, is trying to help you to feel the specific energy of that card. The reason there are so many different kinds of Tarot decks is that Different Tarot decks may present this energy in different pictorial form. We have lots of articles on Tarot.
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