Explore the future and foresee the truth with these unique fortune telling cards. Mlle Lenormand Jeu de Destin, 1941115, Tarot Cards. Lenormand tarot cards are illustrated with classic fortune telling scenes from the 19th Century. A tribute to the famous cartomancist Mlle Lenormand. The boxed deck includes 36 full-colour cards and a small instruction booklet in English, German and French. Reading and interpreting tarot cards is an art in itself. Whilst collectors of Tarot cards will find this deck a charming addition to their collection, with historical significance, as the Lenormand deck can be a powerful tool to predict the future.

Thhe Lenormand ebook includes the second layer of the cards, and how it affects the card's meaning. For example on the second layer of the House card, the King of Hearts speaks of mastery over the realms of emotions, creativity and the unconscious, which is the main meaning of the card of a house, to learn how to create balance and unity within yourself.

Cards: 36 Lenormand Gipsy Card.

Made by: Piatnik, Austria.

Availability: 10 cards available.

Delivery: Australia only.


Price: $18.00AUD


  • SWEETHEART - The Empress advise you not to give up when you are having difficulties.

Key to Tarot

Tarot Meant to find your way home, it takes you to a journey into the Universe, finding the universe within.

Gypsy Tarot is the most popular tool to tell fortune. Each tarot tells a different story, therefore it is important to be sensitive reading and understanding the ancient symbolism hidden within the images. This tarot contains several pictures that were originally seen as illustrations in divination games as well as playing-card, but the whole collection becomes a distinctive tradition with unique images and a format of its own.

What is the connection between Buddhism and tarot card?

This question might be surprising to most and find opposing ideas behind the two. Yet, they are connected, they both guiding you to the right path in your life's journey. The characters of tarot-like the Sweetheart derived from the Sanskrit word Eva and it means the creation of matter, whilst in the Bible Eva is the first woman. The Lover card in the tarot is called ADM in Sanskrit pronounced Adam and Adima and it translates to energy, non-matter. In the Bible Adam is the first man.
In short Adam and Eva representing our creation. The First Man Adam is the Energy, wave, which create matter, carbon (Eva), which formed all life forms. There are many more examples of how tarot correlates to the bible, but since the Sanskrit  language and Phoenician mythology is older then the bible, it is easy to conclude what ispired to copy the content of the Phoenician knowledge. Some of you might ask what the Phoenician have to do with Sanskrit language? They were the creators and the original speaker of this ancient language. It is left on the Rosetta stone by Cleopatra, in hieroglyphics writing, which you are able to read in Sanskrit.  Read more https://phoenician-language.weebly.com/