May 6, 2008 by Art of Cartomancy
My sister has a good friend named Claire, and there’s a new girl in Claire’s office who is new to the area, and is looking to meet new people. Claire, who knows that I’m currently unattached, and probably thinks I’m a nice guy, has decided to play matchmaker. My sister called me yesterday to see if I’d be interested attending game night at Claire’s this weekend since the Mystery woman will also be in attendance.
I’m not looking for a relationship at the moment, and before I even agree to meeting the Mystery girl, I thought I should toss out a few Lenormand cards to see what I can find out about her.
For this mini-reading I used Sylvie Steinbach’s No Layout Spread. I charged card 28 The Woman to represent the mystery girl. Here are the cards I drew:
Starting with the cards to the left of the key card:
Lily + Woman = The mystery woman is mature and calm, and may be a couple of years older than I am. In terms of physical appearance, she could have gray in her hair if she doesn’t cover it with color.
Tower + Tree = She’s ambitious and spiritual, and has a healthy sense of self.
Now let’s look at the cards on the right:
Dog + Bouquet = I was confused at first by the dog falling next to the key card since in this position it usually means that the woman is someone I already know. But then I remembered that the Bouquet can also represent a friendly female, so I think these cards are referring to a mutual acquaintance who will introduce us–Claire.
The Dog can also show that our mystery girl is friendly and reliable, and the Bouquet would indicate that she’s charming and attractive.
Ring = Indicates that she’s marriage-minded, or looking for a secure relationship.
I was a little surprised by these cards. It appears that our mystery girl is attractive, self-assured, and looking for a long-term relationship. For some reason I expected that she’s be a gold-digging bridge troll. I guess I’m going to game night this weekend. 🙂