'Will my daughter/son pass her/his driving test?', 'How will my job interview go?', 'Who will be the new president?' are questions about which Mademoiselle Lenormand could never have imagined, let alone predicted, that her cards would be asked for advice. Nor could she predict that her - now world-famous - card game is still consulted every day by countless people to get answers to all kinds of questions. However, this need not arouse any surprise: there is no other card game in the world that answers the most diverse questions so accurately, so directly and so easily. The 36 cards of the so-called 'Oracle of Lenormand' contain symbolism that goes back to well-known and common symbols from everyday life; symbols that have been famous (and infamous) since time immemorial for their meaning of joy and sorrow, happiness and impending disaster. This makes the cards not difficult to interpret and provides a direct answer to the question asked. To this end, only one card can be chosen and it does not necessarily have to be preceded by an extensive laying out. Over the years, countless books have been written about these famous cards and many 'new' games have been designed, the cards of which have been given a 'new' description over and over again. This has not always contributed to a better interpretation of the cards: the traditional meaning was often lost sight of, resulting in the wrong conclusion being drawn, etc. This is certainly not the case in Working with the Divination Cards of Mademoiselle Lenormand: the cards discussed in this book are newly drawn, but both the designer and the author have done meticulous research into a correct representation of the symbolism and meaning of the cards . They have also corrected the many imperfections that have crept in over the years. This has created a card game and an associated 'interpretation', which can be seen as the basis for 'working and dealing' with Mademoiselle Lenormand's foreplay cards.