French cartomant and fortune teller famous as the Sybil of Paris, Marie Anne Adelaide Lenormand (or Le Normand) (1772-1843), used to work with the ordinary 36-playcards deck, but she invented her own system of interpretation featuring some aspects of Etteilla’s approach.
She received many of Europe’s most influential and outstanding people, such as Napoleon and his wife Josephine.
This deck was created in 19th century on the basis of Madame Lenormand’s conception.
The Lenormand Oracle is a deck for questions of daily life – you can safely use it for reading on family, close relationships and work – it helps when you are reviewing your past, thinking over present, and willing to see what should you be ready for in future.
The Lenormand Oracle is recommended to the experienced and advanced Tarot readers having some knowledge of the Tarot symbolism and magic. The deck can also be the prominent part of the collection for refined connoisseurs.