February 15, 2009 by Art of Cartomancy
The accuracy of the Lenormand cards never ceases to amaze me! My Lenormand Daily Card Draws are not usually dramatic, but the following spread is worthy of sharing.
I’m in the habit of drawing 5 Lenormand cards each evening before I retire for the night. The cards are intended to highlight the energy of the following day (although it can sometimes take up to a week or more for the energy to manifest in my life), and as I doze off to sleep I meditate on the interpretation of the spread.
For several nights in a row last week I kept drawing the Tower next to the Bouquet. I decided this meant a visit to a shopping mall or to a place of amusement coming soon, even though I had nothing of the sort planned.
Along with the Tower + Bouquet, I kept drawing warning cards such as: Mice, Snake, Scythe, Whip, etc., showing stressful problems in connection with this place of amusement. It seemed obvious that wherever I was going, I wasn’t going to end up having a good time there.
On Thursday evening, I drew the following cards:
Tower + Bouquet + Ship + Snake + Scythe
Again the combination Tower + Bouquet appeared along with the Ship which of course indicates travel. The Snake and Scythe showed some kind of problem; either car trouble, or the decision not to go.
I was surprised by a phone call on Friday morning from a friend from out of town whom I had not seen in a while. It turns out he was visiting the area on business, and wanted to get together. He’s really more of an acquaintance than a friend, but I agreed to meet him at his resort for a drink.
So, THAT was what the Tower and Bouquet were all about! I decided I would be extra careful about driving to the meeting, and avoid the problem that kept showing up in the cards. I was bolstered by the fact that my Friday evening draw didn’t carry any additional warnings.
Despite my misgivings, I drove down to meet my friend at his resort yesterday afternoon. As I circled the edge of the hotel parking lot, I failed to notice that a parking block had been removed from a space, and a short piece of metal rebar was still poking up through the pavement. I inadvertently ran my car over the sharp piece of metal (Scythe), and my right rear tire literally exploded!
After a very messy tire change, I couldn’t even enjoy the company of my friend or the drink. All I could think about was needing to get to a tire dealership to purchase a new tire that I honestly couldn’t afford.
I’d have been better off heeding the warning in the cards and skipping the meeting altogether. Another lesson learned!