What do pagans have to do with Lenormand?
This innovative deck combines the ritual and nature-based spirituality of paganism with the traditional imagery of the Lenormand deck.
Drawing on the inherent inclusiveness of paganism, the deck has two cards representing “man” and two cards representing “woman”, each one from a different heritage. This means that there is a card to represent each of the directions of the natural circle (or medicine wheel) and makes it clear that the deck recognizes more than one race.
Without sacrificing the long-standing symbolism of the Lenormand deck, the illustrations have been updated for modern users. The power of cards like Moon is self-evident.You will find potato chips, koi, a Book of Shadows, and a pentagram ring. The power of cards like Moon is self-evident. My favorite card is 20-Garden with its magenta labyrinth.
Practicing pagans will find quick and easy connection to the deck. For those who are new to nature spirituality, this deck provides a terrific tool for learning about paganism, visually and intuitively. SHOP FOR THE DECK
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