01 The Rider

The Rider is the first card in the Lenormand sequence, and it brings news, new people, and new situations into the consultant’s life.  The Rider can represent a visit, or it can denote activity or forward movement in a situation.  It can indicate a proposal or an invitation, or foretell the return of someone or something to the consultant’s life.  The Rider can represent a  personal mode of transportation:  horse, bicycle, motorcycle.

Descriptions:  Rider describes someone physically  fit, active, athletic, agile, and sports-minded.

Objects: bicycle, motorcycle, horses, cattle.

Health: Joints, knees, ankles, feet.

Timing: Fast time frame, usually days or weeks.

Rider Combinations:†

Rider + Clover = a new opportunity is on the way, lucky news
Rider + Ship = a visitor from afar, taking off, coming and going
Rider + House = a new home, a visitor to the home
Rider + Tree = exercise, a spiritual message, news about health
Rider + Clouds = confusing or contradicting news, uncertain direction
Rider + Snake = trouble ahead, disappointing  news, lies,
Rider + Coffin = news brings closure, a delayed arrival, depressing news
Rider + Flowers = good news, a happy visit, visit with a young woman
Rider + Scythe = a rejection, news of an accident, an unwanted arrival
Rider + Whip = news creates a conflict,  someone picks a fight
Rider + Owls = talking things over, two sides to the story, new relationship
Rider + Child = new addition to the family,  a short message, news about a child
Rider + Fox = new employment, news about work, a deceptive message
Rider + Bear = new source of income, arrival of funds
Rider + Stars = hopeful news, new ideas, a new direction
Rider + Storks = news brings change
Rider + Dog = visit from a friend, news from a friend, new friendship
Rider + Tower = official news, visit from the authorities
Rider + Park = social climbing, active social life,  invitation to a social gathering
Rider + Mountain = activity is blocked or delayed, frustrating news
Rider + Paths = multiple directions, bicycling, horseback riding, news brings a decision
Rider + Mice = stressful news,  pressure to act, news of a loss
Rider + Heart = new love, a romantic visit, new lover
Rider + Ring = new relationship, contract proposal, marriage proposal
Rider + Book = new project, beginning school, a secret message
Rider + Letter = a package arrives, mail, expected news
Rider + Gentleman = athletic or active man, man comes to visit
Rider + Lady = athletic or active woman, woman comes to visit
Rider + Lily = athlete, news of a job well done, arrival of something long awaited
Rider + Sun = news of success, news brings happiness, proposal is accepted
Rider + Moon = emotional news, new romance
Rider + Key = solution is on the way, a spiritual message
Rider + Fish = new business venture, business proposal, encounter with a business man
Rider + Anchor = reassuring news, stability coming
Rider + Cross = difficult news, news causes worry

†Please Note: These suggested combinations are not exhaustive, and only reflect the most common meanings  based on my own personal experience with the cards.

Advertisements
December 2017
S M T W T F S
« Nov    
 12
3456789
10111213141516
17181920212223
24252627282930
31  

Archives

Categories

Reading Lenormand

Explorations with the Lenormand Oracle Cards

NéosFortune

I am the knowledge of my inquiry and the finding of those who seek after me – The Thunder, Perfect Mind

Art of Cartomancy

Fortune Telling with Playing cards

Reading La Vera Sibilla

Explorations with the Sibilla Oracle Cards

gareallen.wordpress.com/

Official Site of Author Gare Allen

Chanah's Cards

A Lenormand Blog

Season

Wisdom through Cartomancy, Astrology, Numerology and I Ching

WORLD PROPHECIES

Just another WordPress.com weblog

Lacontessa's Musings

A place to share that which occurs (or not) between my ears...

The Lenormand Oracle

Reading with the Lenormand Cards

The Card Lover

Just another WordPress.com weblog

"fate keeps on happening"

"Going to the fortune teller's was just as good as going to the opera, and the cost scarcely a trifle more - ergo, I will disguise myself and go again, one of these days, when other amusements fail." - Mark Twain, Letter to Orion Clemens, February 6, 1861

The Gloss Fox Tales

A Guide to an Exquisite Life

Jase on Cards

Cartomantic Detective: Exploring tarot and other oracle decks.

%d bloggers like this: