Maybe Lenormand is a wonderfully retro 52-card oracle set, with the standard 36 cards of a Lenormand deck plus 16 extras inspired by Gypsy fortune telling decks. It can be read either with the full set of cards, or with just the 36 Lenormand cards.
Oracle Deck - 52 Cards - US Games 2016
Maybe Lenormand review by Bonnie Cehovet
The Maybe Lenormand is an expanded version of the traditional 36 card Lenormand deck, with an additional 16 cards that are “borrowed” from a tangent lineage of diverse fortune telling decks, with the aim to complete a 52 card playing deck. The cards come with a 69 page guidebook. The card box holds the deck in two piles, with the guidebook on top. The box opens from the side, and has a magnetic closure. The cover is done in black and white, with red binding, and carries an image of card 29 (Lady, the female significator).
In his introduction Edward talks about the Lenormand borrowing from German cartomancy, as well as tea leaf and coffee ground symbol reading. The Grand Tableau is said to give an overview of the Seeker’s well being, or a detailed answer to a specific question. ... read more reviews or write a review.
Similar Decks to Maybe LenormandTheme: Lenormand
More About These CardsName: Maybe Lenormand
Creators: Ryan Edward
Publisher: US Games 2016
Deck Type: Oracle Deck
Card Size: 2.50 x 3.50 in. = 6.35cm x 8.89cm
Card Language: None, English
Card Back: Works as though reversible
Back Design: Black and white curlique line drawings with a central eye design
Companion Material: 69-page guidebook in English is packaged with the deck.