Domagick Sept 01 2017
I said my prayer to the nine Daemonic Divinities and made my offering to them as soon as I woke up this morning. It was a peaceful way to start my day. I like starting off this way because it helps me focus on what’s important to me. I pulled three Lenormand cards afterward for daily guidance. They were:
The House: security, home, hearth, family, hospitality, refuge, shelter, domestic
The Sun: confidence, courage, happiness, vitality, success, will, outward self, charisma, daytime
The Lady: the querent if female, otherwise a woman, female energy, a women’s business, girlfriend, lover, partner
The Lady and Gentleman cards can be two of the most difficult for modern Lenormand readers to interpret. On the surface, it seems quite straight forward. In this case, if the person asking the question was female then the Lady card would normally refer to her. Otherwise, it would refer to another woman.
Gendered cards can complicate romance readings for same sex couples, however. They can even make readings for LGBTQ individuals even more complicated if they are asking about multiple friends of the same gender. The Fairytale Lenormand helps with this by having two Lady and Gentleman cards each. I’ve yet to see this in any other Lenormand deck.
Seeing that I’m about to spend the day shopping for the house with my partner, this reading could mean that either I will lend success to the venture or that an outside female force will. From my Lenormand experience thus far, I believe the Lady actually refers to me. The only way to know for sure is to compare my intuition with what actually happens. Over time, I’ll hopefully gain a better feel for this deck and figure out how I relate to the gendered cards. I suggest anyone else in this community do the same. Take good notes and establish your own meanings.