Lenormand Punctuation: “Sentences” and “Full Stops”

A question and exclamation mark of jigsaw puzz...

When I read a row of Lenormand cards, there are certain cards that give me cues, like the period at the end of a sentence. They are:

CROSS

COFFIN

TOWER

Sometimes ROADS

Some cards feel like commas or colons:

STORKS

CLOUDS

MOUNTAIN

TREE

Then there are certain cards that tell us to turn around and go in a different direction:

HORSEMAN

SCYTHE

SHIP

ROADS

MICE

WHIP

FOX

SNAKE

Some cards tell us what is connected:

GARDEN

RING

ANCHOR

There are certain cards that have a life all their own, and can only be interpreted within the context of other cards:

MICE

FOX

SNAKE

TREE

KEY

ROADS

The Lenormand exclamation points:

KEY

CROSS

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2 thoughts on “Lenormand Punctuation: “Sentences” and “Full Stops”

  1. Hi, Michelle! When you say that the key and the cross are exclamation points, do you mean they are like ratifications of the cards that precede them, what exactly does it mean to be an exclamation card in the lenormand? I have just gotten the key and the cross (separately) as the last cards on daily draws and I couldn’t quite get to them or how they fit with the others! Thanks!

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