This morning I've drawn Star + Mountain + Tower + Cross + Coffin. That's two red cards and three blacks: 6 of Hearts + 8 of Clubs + 6 of Spades + 6 of Clubs + 9 of Hearts. So now it's become apparent that I have drawn three 6s. For reasons that are not made entirely clear, Caitlin Matthews claims in her book 'The Complete Lenormand Handbook' that three sixes = joy. So it is possible that however dire this reading may first appear, with Mountain, Cross and Coffin, it will probably not be negative outcome.
|Black Hand Lenormand, Nichelle Barnes 2015|
Star = skin
Mountain = hardening of
Cross = test
Death = sickness
I actually am going to the hospital today to have a mole or marking on my skin examined. I have been referred by my GP. The mark is flat and irregularly shaped and has become thicker and raised in the last few months. Hardening of the skin. I am going to the hospital. If they don't like what they see, I will be sent for further tests.
Based on these cards, I believe the marking will be biopsied. But as I have drawn three 6s here, I think it will be found to be nothing to worry about. The doctor told me he was 99% sure it was just an annoying thing, but he wanted to be safe and send me for tests.
Wish me luck!
Edited at 6 pm:
Well, I'm the possessor of a seborrhoeic keratosis. Also known as a senile wart, though they are not warts. Basically, it's a very common skin lesion that appears in some people as part of the aging process and has no known cause. My spot started when I was around 39 years old. They start out as small patches of itchy skin, then go pale brown, then over time they get a little darker and they can look like melanoma. But they're not. So that's what I've got, end of. (Cross + Coffin = end of trouble).
Warning, do not google it. My spot is a small, innocent little brown patch and looks nothing like the awful afflictions that pop up in google image. Spare yourself and your appetite.
But that's a relief!