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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ancient appears Astrological sign bird flying bols Butterfly clairvoyance clouds Coffin coincidence coming events conjunction consultant Crescent moon cross Dalai Lama Dartmoor death Delphi dominoes Dorje Drakden dots leading edge of bottom enemies flag Fleur-de-lys flower foretell forms of divination Fortune-telling future handle happen happy marriage Highland Seer horary horoscope horse-shoe Hour-glass indicate Initial INTERPRETATION Fig ivy-leaf James Norwood Pratt John Harney leaf letter sign Line of dots lucky journey lucky sign marriage means mind name begins Nechung Nechung oracle number of days occult occurrence ofth omens parapsychologists parcel person whose name practice PRINCIPAL SYMBOLS Large prosperity and fortune Pythia quarrels reading tea-leaves result rifle ring ritual sceptre sign of honour sign of travel significations Small triangles spae-wives Staffordshire success surrounded by dots Tarot tea-cup TEA-LEAF ORACLE things Tibet tion tree on side trie turning the cup wavy lines denote wealth Xhese