2. The Clover
“My friend, let’s not think of tomorrow, but let’s enjoy this fleeting moment of life.”
– Omar Khayyam
The Clover Card Meaning
As a child, I grew up in the middle of the woods amongst a sea of clovers. As I trudged through the forest, I would keep my eyes glued to the ground, looking for that 4 leaf clover. I succeeded once, and it perched delicately in my hand. Although it has since turned brown and lost its luster, I still remember the HUGE smile I had on my face and the glimmer it left on my childhood.
When the Clover shows up in your reading, think of it the same way as finding a four leaf clover on the ground. It’s lucky, special, but fleeting. Generally, when the Clover appears in your reading, it represents fleeting joy or satisfaction. Don’t expect the feeling to last long - it will be gone as quickly as it came.
The Clover Card Combinations
Did the Clover card show up in your reading? Check out the card combinations below. Please note, there are almost infinite meanings for Lenormand combinations. These combinations below are interpretations I have discovered over the years. The context can change EVERYTHING so use these meanings as prompts for your intuition to sing with the context of your question. I can't stress enough how important context is!
The Clover + (CHOOSE FROM BELOW)
Please note, in the combos below the Fox is NOT charged as work and is in its original form
Rider (1) = An opportunity arriving, fast luck
Ship (3) = Opportunity on the way, a travel blessing
House (4) = A house blessing
Tree (5) = Growing opportunity/luck, luck like a seed that is planted and will grow
Clouds (6) = Can’t see an opportunity clearly
Snake (7) = Temptation, attraction to shiny object (garden of eden)
Coffin (8) = End of opportunity/luck
Bouquet (9) = Quick positivity, fleeting happiness, beautiful opportunity
Scythe (10) = Luck/opportunity is cut off
Whip (11) = Temptation causing disagreement/trouble
Birds (12) = Discussion around opportunity/luck
Child (13) = A new opportunity, new luck
Fox (14) = Motive behind opportunity
Bear (15) = A financial opportunity
Stars (16) = Blessing for future, spreading luck
Stork (17) = Opportunity for positive movement
Dog (18) = Serendipity with a friend, a friend fosters luck/opportunity
Tower (19) = Luck with an institution
Garden (20) = An event/social scene brings luck or opportunity
Mountain (21) = Luck/opportunity/serendipity is blocked
Crossroads (22) = Opportunity brings a decision
Mice (23) = Stress about temptation
Heart (24) = Serendipity in romance
Ring (25) = Relationship/commitment brings opportunities
Book (26) = Hidden opportunity
Letter (27) = Invitation brings luck, a written opportunity
Man (28) = A man brings luck/opportunity
Woman (29) = A woman brings luck/opportunity
Lilies (30) = Push and pull, quick and slow
Sun (31) = Positivity
Moon (32) = Romantic serendipity, a blessing regarding your passion
Key (33) = A successful opportunity
Fish (34) = Abundant opportunities
Anchor (35) = Opportunity/luck is solidified
Cross (36) = Temptation or opportunity causes hardship
Example Spreads with the Clover
I started dating a new man. What will is ahead for our romance?
It seems there is brief romantic spark but communication will be cut off. Perhaps ghosting.
A good friend of mine just came into some money but I’m worried she’ll burn through it quick. What will come of the money?
She is likely to spend on temptations and her cash will run out.
How will the job interview go?
It is likely to go very well. Your answers in the interview and communications in general will be blessed/lucky.