The snake is the seventh card in the Lenormand deck, which comes after clouds, representing selfishness, betrayal, dishonesty, malice, seduction, fake friends, cheating, and an enemy. It can mean a dark-haired woman or pipes. Let’s go into the meaning of the snake a little deeper.
The Main Purpose Of The Snake Lenormand Card
When the snake appears in a reading, it does not always mean it is as harmful as it seems. Sure, it does represent someone dishonest and purposely dangerous in your life and cheating. But it can represent a dark-haired woman who may be an ally if the surrounding cards support that. Of course, she will not be your friend and may not like you. However, if it means keeping the exact cause you care about, she is on board with you.
If this card does show up as something negative that someone is doing, it is suggested to be adaptable and flexible to face any unpleasant circumstance.
When it comes to love and career readings, the snake always represents that someone is being dishonest. It could be an affair that your partner is having, or it could be someone at work or a competitor doing things behind your back.
When it comes to health, you need to get something checked, which means a visit to the doctor is in order. It may again be nothing but something to be mindful of. It also can indicate the doctor themselves since the snake symbolizes medicine.
And if it has to do with a building or house, something with the pipes must be checked. For timing, the snake represents 7. So it could be seven days, seven weeks, seven months, or July. The following words are associated with the snake Lenormand card.
- Deception and lying
- Fake friends
- Dair-haired woman
- Number 7
How The Snake Lenormand Card Relates To Tarot
You can compare the snake Lenormand card to four tarot cards, and the obvious is the Moon because of something being hidden – one of the most deceptive cards. You can also think of the Seven of Swords when comparing it to the snake Lenormand card because that is all about deception and backstabbing. Someone you thought was a friend is not at all when it comes to this card. Regarding competition and someone deliberately starting a fight, you can see this card comparable to the Five of Wands.
Finally, the snake Lenormand card can be comparable to the Queen of Swords as she represents a dark-haired woman. The upright position, the Queen of Swords, does not fit with the snake otherwise, as she is blunt and honest. She may be a bitch, but she says what she means and does not hold anything back. However, the Queen of Swords reversed is much more comparable as she can be downright cruel, or she does not speak her mind but is passive-aggressive and will do things behind your back. Now, let’s look at the positions of the snake card.
Snake Lenormand Card In The Past Position
Someone had deceived, betrayed, or taken advantage of you in the past, and you are still hurting very much from it. As this individual broke your trust, it is tough to have faith in anyone. You also need time to recover from the hurt of what the individual you once trusted did to you.
Snake Lenormand Card In The Present Position
You are being lied to, deceived, backstabbed, or dealing with an enemy. You may not be aware of it because the person hurting you may be nice to your face, but they are doing everything they can to hurt you. You will want to look for signs. If you intuitively wonder how good of a friend someone is, you must pay attention because that “friend” may be your worst enemy.
Snake Lenormand Card In The Future Position
You will be backstabbed, betrayed, seduced, and a victim of someone’s malice. Therefore you will want to do anything to watch your back because you are the only one who will have it. Or, a good friend, who is a legitimate one, will send you warnings about the individual hurting you. Therefore, take those warnings seriously. Pay attention to red flags.
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