The Garden Lenormand Meaning Keywords
- Public Affairs
- Social Networks
The Garden Lenormand Card Meaning and Interpretation
The Garden in Lenormand is more accurately represented by perhaps a Park; where many people from all over the community can congregate. The Garden represents all things that are in the public eye, and are relevant to a community of people.
To see the Garden card in a Lenormand reading will be indicative of public spaces, both physical spaces and online ones. It can represent what is on television, radio, the internet, society and culture in general.
Depending on the surrounding cards it can mean the release of something to the public, whether it is something tangible like a book, a product, or a business - or something like a marriage announcement, or an announcement of one’s values or commitments.
Questions to Ask with The Garden
- What is the cultural climate?
- What are things that society is concerned with right now?
- What am I ready to reveal?
- What will public opinion be of my actions?
The Garden Lenormand Correspondences
- Card Symbol: Eight of Spades
- Number: 20
- General Feeling: Positive
- Planet: Uranus
- Zodiac: Aquarius
- Timing: Many difference timings
The Garden Lenormand Combinations
|Paired Card||Combined Meaning|
|1. Rider||a public announcement, news from acquaintances|
|2. Clover||a social opportunity, taking fame lightly|
|3. Ship||exploring culture, foreign cultures, a lucky discovery|
|4. House||private vs public, social traditions|
|5. Tree||fresh air, spa, garden, communal nature projects|
|6. Clouds||deception to the public, confusion in social life|
|7. Snake||to desire fame, public knowledge about one's desires|
|8. Coffin||public mourning, leaving public sphere|
|9. Bouquet||a public meeting, public reputation|
|10. Scythe||an end to public involvement, public ending|
|11. Whip||a violent mob, social conflict, group aggression|
|12. Birds||gossiping public, a nervous social occasion causing anxiety|
|13. Child||new social group, inexperience in public relations|
|14. Fox||distrust of public, caution about society|
|15. Bear||a strong influence on the public, public domination|
|16. Stars||dreaming about fame, trust in society|
|17. Stork||public transformation, societal change|
|18. Dog||following the crowd, social support|
|19. Tower||authority over the public, a public organization|
|21. Mountain||obstacles in society, challenges with communities|
|22. Crossroad||freedom in social circles, networking opens up paths|
|23. Mice||a corrupt society, a declining reputation|
|24. Heart||loving social network, a compassionate community|
|25. Ring||a public commitment, a shared commitment|
|26. Book||public knowledge, classes|
|27. Letter||public communication, conversations about culture|
|28. Man||a community of men, a man in the public eye|
|29. Woman||a community of women, a woman in the public eye|
|30. Lily||public display of intimacy, a moralistic community|
|31. Sun||public celebration, public commendation, joy in socializing|
|32. Moon||a public display of emotions, social fear|
|33. Key||revelation about the public, a public discovery|
|34. Fish||value of one's public image, shared wealth of a community|
|35. Anchor||focused on public appearances, what a community focuses on|
|36. Cross||fame is a burden, suffering in public, cultural burden|