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The most famous card reader during the Napoleonic era was Marie Anne Lenormand. The deck was first published in 1846 for fortune-telling and came with card meanings and reading instructions that were directly based on 18th century ’emblem cards’ and coffee-ground meanings.
Compared to Tarot. Lenormand readings are precise, mundane, concrete, blunt and accurate. The pictures are not read symbolically. The narrow range of meanings, which are functional rather than symbolic, ensure there is little ambiguity about their significance. Intuition plays a major role in reading the cards, enhanced by knowledge and experience.
Lenormand cards work well for answering yes-or-no questions, describing past and present life situations, making short-term predictions, finding lost objects, and describing people and their condition.
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