For the Highland Scots, twists of fate were prefigured in the patterns left at the bottom of one's empty teacup. Reading Tea Leaves is the oldest book on the subject in English. Our guide is an unnamed Highland Seer, who reveals the general principles and practices of tea-leaf reading and provides an alphabetical list of the natural symbols commonly found in a cup and their significance.
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Ritual and Method of Using the TeaCup
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