Lenormand Cross Meaning and Combinations

36. Cross

Keywords: Burdens, struggles, suffering, crosses we bear, pain, sacrifices, religion, symbolism, fate, destiny, the cross.

General Cross Meaning

Many will mistake The Cross as representing something favorable. In modern times, we associate crosses with Jesus, rightfulness and helping others. Sadly, in Lenormand Cross reflects the more negative face of crucifixion.  When you think of The Cross, think of Jesus wondering through the streets with a cross strapped to his back while he bleeds to death.

In Lenormand, Cross is the card of suffering and struggles. It will be the crosses which you bear in life. If something is going to be more of a burden than it is worth, Cross will pop up in your reading.

Sometimes, the Cross card is the sacrifices you're making. Just like Jesus died for our sins, you will have to give up something major for something else to be a success. A project may cost you a lot more than you expect.

The odd time, this card can inject an air of religion to your life. The Cross card can embody religion, philosophy, belief and symbolism. Therefore, the odd time that The Cross doesn't represent a negative meaning in your Lenormand reading, it could be predicting spirituality. 

Specific Cross Meanings

Love Meaning: Cross can signify that you find your relationship more of a burden than a pleasure. However, it will also come up if your partner is suffering from an illness and you act as their caregiver. If you are single, it can suggest that, for the time being, you are meant to be alone.

Career Meaning: Sometimes Cross will appear when you're about to be in trouble at work. Alternatively, you may be playing the martyr or acting as a scapegoat.

Business Meaning: If your business is a heavy burden on you, Cross will embody this meaning. It is entirely possible that you do not want what you have built. In a desirable reading, it can mean that you are fulfilling your destiny through your work.     

Positive: Cross can show what is meant to be if this is what you want.

Negative: Cross can show what is not meant to be or what is destined but not enjoyable. In general, is is the card of pain and suffering.

Cross Combinations

Cross + Rider: A spiritual messenger, a prophet

Cross + Clover: A lucky charm

Cross + Ship: Traveling despite it being a burden

Cross + Home: A church

Cross + Tree: A genetic disorder

Cross + Clouds: An uncertain sacrifice

Cross + Snake: A burdensome enemy

Cross + Coffin: A painful illness

Cross + Bouquet: A religious gift

Cross + Scythe: A difficult end

Cross + Whip: Crucifixion

Cross + Birds: Old church goers

Cross + Child: A child who suffers

Cross + Fox: Struggling at work

Cross + Bear: A parent who suffers

Cross + Stars: A lucky star

Cross + Stork: A change of fate

Cross + Dog: A dog who is a burden

Cross + Tower: The church as an institution

Cross + Garden: A religious meet up 

Cross + Mountain: Permanent suffering

Cross + Ways: Difficult decisions

Cross + Mice: A deteriorating illness

Cross + Heart: A heavy heart

Cross + Ring: An unwanted commitment

Cross + Book: Suffering in silence

Cross + Letter: A paper cut

Cross + Man: A religious man

Cross + Woman: A burdened woman

Cross + Lily: Arthritis

Cross + Sun: Destined for success

Cross + Moon: Destined for greatness

Cross + Key: A painful solution

Cross + Fish: Money which causes problems

Cross + Anchor: Burdens which remain consistent

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 Art Illustrations: Lenormand Cross combination cheat sheet for beginners. Can be used with any card deck and as a reference for when you're learning the meanings and as a reference if you're still coming up with your own Cross combinations.

Art Illustrations: Lenormand Cross combination cheat sheet for beginners. Can be used with any card deck and as a reference for when you're learning the meanings and as a reference if you're still coming up with your own Cross combinations.