Keywords: Recognition, reputation, cycles, emotions, psychic ability, intuition, magic, creativity, the moon, the ocean.
General Moon Meaning
Moon is not unlike The Moon in Tarot in the sense that some of the ‘psychic’ interpretations are similar. However, try not to fall into the habit of using The Tarot Moon interpretation all of the time: this is Lenormand! The Lenormand Moon has some kind of cool meanings which I have found to be both reliable and accurate so do not abandon them.
Often, this card speaks of any recognition you will receive and also symbolises your reputation. Think of how The card Moon shines the spotlight in the dark. How other people view you will be relevant when Moon appears. Whether you have built up a positive reputation or a negative one is dependent on context and the cards the Moon is combined with.
Apparently, Moon can symbolize your psychic ability, intuition and similar jazz. Around the world, the moon is associated with females, emotions, and hormones because of its 28-day cycle. In fact, things which come and go and happen in cycles is a common interpretation for the Moon card. As the ocean washes in and out, you can read this card this way. (Check out this post for more on Moon symbolism)
Sometimes, this card can represent your feelings. If you know something is not quite right due to your woman’s intuition, then expect the moon in your reading.
Specific Moon Meanings
Love Meaning: In love readings, Moon can represent the wants of the females in a relationship. Sometimes, it can reflect how society perceives the partnership. If you suspect that your partner is unfaithful, these emotions can manifest as Moon.
Career Meaning: Sometimes, the Moon card can mean that your job is in a traditional ‘female’ occupation or that you deal a lot of women customers. Alternatively, you will have to use your intuition to navigate the workplace.
Business Meaning: Moon usually comes up in business readings because it speaks of your reputation and the name you have for yourself. Whether this is a good or a bad thing is dependent entirely on context.
Positive: The Moon can symbolise being well-known for good things. This card can also mean that you will put your creativity and psychic abilities to good use.
Negative: The Moon appears as a negative when you are well-known for negative things. You may be associated with something you would rather not be. Sometimes, it can mean that you use your psychic ability or, even, magic for evil means.
Moon + Rider: Recognition approaching
Moon + Clover: Positive reputation
Moon + Ship: A boat
Moon + Home: A psychic family
Moon + Tree: Hormones
Moon + Clouds: Confusing emotions
Moon + Snake: Suspicion
Moon + Coffin: Hormonal trouble
Moon + Bouquet: The gift of psychic ability
Moon + Scythe: Magic/intuition used for evil
Moon + Whip: A period
Moon + Birds: A lesbian couple
Moon + Child: A female child
Moon + Fox: Creativity
Moon + Bear: Strong emotions
Moon + Stars: Fame, celebrity status
Moon + Stork: Psychic development
Moon + Dog: A pet fish
Moon + Tower: Standing out, being recognized
Moon + Garden: Recognition out in public
Moon + Mountain: Being known for something long term
Moon + Ways: Using intuition to make decisions
Moon + Mice: Stressful cycles, menstrual problems
Moon + Heart: Love of the psychic world
Moon + Ring: Commitment to intuitive development
Moon + Book: A spiritual book
Moon + Letter: Psychic messages
Moon + Man: A famous man
Moon + Woman: A psychic woman
Moon + Lily: The menopause
Moon + Sun: Great achievements, incredible success
Moon + Key: An important opportunity
Moon + Fish: Creative business
Moon + Anchor: The ocean
Moon + Cross: Mainstream spirituality
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