Gypsy Tarot

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With this Interactive Tarot, you can, from your home, alone and in private, draw four cards from the gypsy deck to get help and advice and allow you to visualize the different experiences that you will have to live.

Reading the Gypsy Tarot with the Lenormand deck

Please take 3 cards out of the bottom deck and prepare to see your reading, which will appear shortly thereafter.

◁ Lord ▷

This card represents an authority figure such as a boss, teacher, parent or property owner. Perhaps you are the authority figure, if so then there are obligations that should be priority.

◁ Lord – Reversed Position ▷

When reversed, you may feel that someone else has authority over your life and dictates what you can or can not do. It symbolizes your limitations and lack of freedom or originality. There is a reminder here that there is a higher power that you have to answer to.

Look carefully at your cards. Does this card represent you or someone you know? Do you feel like you are being limited or silenced or are you doing the silencing? This card should be a wake up call to those who receive it.

◁ Melancholy or Sadness ▷

This too shall pass. The sadness in the air is temporary and the situation will become much easier to deal with, maybe even a little funny after the fact.

◁ Melancholy – Reversed Position ▷

In the reverse this card suggests an upsetting time and signifies disappointments. There is an inability to connect with others around you do to grief, mood swings or depression that is difficult to get over.

You are going through a rather difficult time at the moment or soon will be facing some disappointment. It doesn’t look like good news is coming your way but you can always take heart that turmoil makes you stronger in the end and soon the clouds will part.

Inability to connect with others; feeling withdrawn and distant.

◁ Wife ▷

This card may symbolize an actual wife or the desire to be in a committed relationship.

◁ Wife – Reversed Position ▷

Alternatively, there is discord and unresolved issues that need to be tended to. Obligations have been ignored or put on hold.

It is an easy thing to start ignoring what needs to get done when life becomes overwhelming. A break from everyday life is necessary every now and then but the responsibilities you left behind will still be there waiting for you to come back. Don’t wait too long to tend to them to keep them from building up too much and becoming even more overwhelming than when you left them.

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Introduction and History of Lenormand’s letters

arot and other forms of cartomancy have been around since game cards exist. For decades, the Tarot has been the main focus of interest of those interested in spirituality and self-development. While they were once used for divination, in reality the true strength that their use offers us is not to predict the future, but as a tool to develop your own sense of empowerment and self-knowledge.

The Lenormand Barja is another divination tool with a history similar to that of the Tarot. It was born more than 200 years ago in the heart of Europe; Madame Lenormand designed a deck of 36 cards that has held her place in the salons and court of France and Germany for several generations. The cards are made of simple and direct images, the deck itself deals with more tangible topics than psychological ones.

The story goes that Madame Lenormand’s letters emerged in the late 18th century, many of her symbols derived from those commonly found in readings of ground coffee. The oldest surviving deck dates from 1799 or 1800 and is currently housed in the British Museum in London. Originally called “The Game of Hope,” it was once just a parlor game (much like the Tarot). But over the years, the images in the letters proved to be suitable for more esoteric purposes.

Madame Lenormand – or Marie Anne Lenormand was a famous tarot reader in the 1800s, and the creator of the Lenormand Cards that bear her name.

When Madame Lenormand died, her name gave rise to a deck of cards made from the one she used and effectively started a trend that was to be a mainstay in the occult circles of continental Europe.

Over the next century and a half, the popularity of the Lenormand Deck spread to the Netherlands, Central Europe, the Balkans, Russia, and even Brazil.

Positive and negative cards in a reading of the Gypsy Tarot of Love with the Lenormand deck

One of the most popular queries found when reading the Tarot cards is love: How it looks, where, when and how we can find it, sustain it, revive it and make it prosper. With the Lenormand Gypsy Tarot cards, it is no different.

When reading in short runs like Lenormand’s 4-card spread, you may find all of this helpful in interpreting your peers. Short spreads are often suitable for detailed questions to help you find a correct interpretation more easily.

As usual, always remember that your interpretations of the cards may be different, but you can use this guide as a model when you get started.

Negative cards from the Lenormand deck in the Gypsy Love Tarot


With the Cross, something is affecting your relationship or possible relationships. This is the chart of charges and responsibilities. The love you seek may require you to go through difficulties and sufferings.


In love, the Crossroads card can indicate options. You or your interest can be fickle when it comes to making decisions and commitments. There may be an option hanging in the air that prevents progress, such as chasing two lovers.


Obstacles seem to be on the path of love by obtaining this card in a Lenormand reading. Whatever you are looking for, the key to the blocks that can be referenced in the vicinity of this card.


Conflict is the subject of this letter from Lenormand. In a relationship, this can mean that there are frequent arguments and sometimes abuse. On a more lighthearted note, it can also simply indicate a type of twist or BDSM in one’s sex life.


The coffin can indicate repression, buried and final feelings. In the worst case, it may indicate a break. In other situations, it may simply mean that there are feelings that are neither expressed nor articulated; they may even be unconscious or unknown so far.


Isolation is marked with this Lenormand card. This card can mean that something stands in the way of finding or creating love. Perhaps you, your partner, or your love interest are feeling rather cautious. They may be building walls. This card may also indicate fear of vulnerability.


The Fox Lenormand card represents selfishness, sometimes in the service of self-preservation. However, true love is also selfless. What are you or your partner really looking for? What motivations are behind these feelings?


This card may indicate uncertainty and lack of clarity around love and relationships. Persistent clouds can also indicate sadness and pain. The relationship characterized by this letter can be stormy and conflicting at the moment.

Positive cards from the Lenormand deck in the Gypsy Love Tarot


The Moon is another Lenormand card that can have quite different meanings depending on the context. It can indicate that the relationship is full of deep feelings, although they can sometimes be unspoken. This gives a kind of mystery to romance. However, it can also mean fantasy; Perhaps the aspects of the relationship are based on illusion.


This card is always a happy and joyous event, similar to its Tarot cousin. When reading about relationships, this card means happiness and positivity. There is happiness and optimism in matters of the heart. Love and relationships can give you a feeling of peace and hope.


While the Dog Lenormand card generally represents friendship, it can also represent the type of relationship a great couple would be. Here is a strong sense of loyalty and trust: the foundation on which any relationship is based.


In love, this card can be multifaceted, just like the Devil card in the Tarot. On the one hand, the snake represents sex and desire in Lenormand. This card can give relationships a feeling of lust and pleasure. The more traditional interpretations of the card can also express deception, so on the other hand, this card can also indicate dishonesty. Other charts in the spread will help you understand how to interpret this chart.


Naturally, this card is a symbol of commitment, and as such the Ring can be an indicator of commitment in the truest sense; in the form of a proposal or commitment, as well as marriage. This letter from Lenormand represents stable long-term relationships.


The most obvious Lenormand card when it comes to love, the Heart card, represents everything you could want in a romance. There is passion, love and mutual admiration. Like tarot lovers, this card is the best Lenormand card when read for love.


A card that represents luck, happiness and joy, this card is especially lucky in the short term. This can be a great sign that you will be lucky in short-term love, and opportunities in love are on the way.

Horse rider

The Rider signals the arrival of a new person in your life. When it comes to love, this card usually represents a new love interest, someone you can have great luck flirting with. However, this card also indicates speed and a sense of adventure. There may be a lack of commitment when viewing this card as well.