Lenormand Card Meanings: 03 The Ship

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September 26, 2011 by Art of Cartomancy

The Ship speaks of travels and of far away places.  It brings a change of scenery. The Ship represents forward movement, and can signify taking off for new horizons, or moving on and leaving something behind. The Ship can point to foreign people and foreign places.  It may reveal an international or long-distance connection.  It may signal a transfer or a transition. The Ship can also represent a mode of transportation such as a car, truck, boat or other vehicle.

Keywords: travel, distance, foreign, means or mode of transportation, movement, transition, transfer

Descriptive Quality: foreign, distant, worldly, international

Health: liver, gallbladder, spleen, nausea, dizziness

Ship + Rider: news from abroad, arrival of a foreign person, return from being away
Ship + Clover: vacation, cruise
Ship + Home: returning home, family trip, a home or family overseas, a houseboat
Ship + Tree: spiritual journey, ambulance
Ship + Cloud: move or travel that poses a problem or concern, unknown destination
Ship + Snake: vehicle breakdown, problems en route
Ship + Coffin: journey’s end, a trip is canceled
Ship + Flowers: leisure travel, cruise
Ship + Scythe: travel cut short, vehicle accident
Ship + Whip: movement or travel creates havoc, a racing competition
Ship + Birds: discussion regarding a trip or relocation, traveling companions
Ship + Child: short trip or excursion, a child abroad or of foreign origin
Ship + Fox: job in the travel industry, working abroad, job transfer, work vehicle
Ship + Bear: inheritance, money transfer
Ship + Star: travel by air, a spaceship
Ship + Stork: moving abroad, a change of travel plans, travel by air, an airplane
Ship + Dog: friend of foreign origin, a friend overseas
Ship + Tower: embassy, consulate, foreign government
Ship + Park: a group of foreign friends or friends from abroad, foreign country, a tour
Ship + Mountain: Problem concerning a trip or move, trip delayed
Ship + Paths: multiple destinations, travel by car
Ship + Mice: mechanical trouble (vehicle), a costly trip
Ship + Heart: emotional distance, a long distance relationship, a love for travel
Ship + Ring: elopement, honeymoon, marriage abroad or with a person of foreign origin
Ship + Book: secret movement or travel
Ship + Letter: news from abroad, passport, travel voucher
Ship + Gentleman: a man of foreign origin, worldly, well-traveled, living overseas
Ship + Lady: a woman of the world, foreign born, or living overseas
Ship + Lily: leisurely trip or move, vacation, hassle-free transition, travel north
Ship + Sun: holiday in the sun, travel south
Ship + Moon: romantic getaway, daydreams
Ship + Key:  a fateful journey, solution found for travel or moving
Ship + Fish: business trip, business expansion, business abroad, international trade
Ship + Anchor: trip near water, an extended trip
Ship + Cross: a trip leads to misfortune, a pilgrimage


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