Tea Cup Reading: A Quick and Easy Guide to Tasseography

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Weiser Books, Mar 1, 2002 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 144 pages

The art of reading tea leaves has been practiced for centuries by everyone from Buddhist monks to Bedouins to Gypsies. Once very popular in Britain and Ireland and all the countries they settled, including our own, the practice has all but faded away. Now, this concise book provides quick, easy, and fun instructions for practicing tasseography today.

The book includes everything needed to become an accomplished practitioner:
a brief history of tea and coffeeadvice on brewing and servingbasic rules of tea leaf and cup readinghandy tips for instant readingsan illustrated dictionary of 361 symbols with precise definitions

Tea Cup Reading is an essential reference for this fascinating interpretive art.

 

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Born in Bushey, near London (UK), Sasha Fenton became a professional astrologer, palmist, and tarot card reader in 1974, but she tailed off her consultancy business once her writing career took off. She has written 127 books, mainly on mind, body, and spirit subjects, with sales of more than 6.5 million copies and translations into 12 different languages.

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