Introduction to the Divination by Tea-Leaves

Practice and Method of Reading The Cup

General Theories in Reading The Cup

Divination by Tea-Leaves as an Amusement and as a More Serious Study

Some hints For Diviners. Remarkable Instances of Prophecy By The Tea-Leaves

Writing in the Tea-Leaves. Some Frequent Symbols

The "NELROS" Cup. Two Example Readings Of Its Signs

A Dictionary of Symbols

Some Combinations Of Symbols and Their Meaning

Some Example Cups With Their Interpretations





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Gaiters.—Your chief interests will be in outdoor work and amusements; intellectual pursuits will not attract you; to clergy, or to those associated with them, gaiters indicate promotion.

Gallows.—An omen of great distress and tragedy.

Garden Roller.—An indication that things around you are liable to become somewhat unmanageable, and that you will need tact and strength to avoid being crushed by circumstances.

Garland.—A sign of happiness, love and honour.

Garters.—A contempt for feminine weakness is the meaning of this sign.

Gate.—An excellent opportunity awaits you, perhaps the chance of a lifetime; massive high gates denote restriction, misery, or imprisonment.

Geese.—These indicate the arrival of unexpected and rather troublesome visitors.

Gentian.—A memory which is interwoven with sorrow and joy.

Geranium.—This flower shows a strong will and determined character, contentment, and happiness; it also denotes two opposite natures who have a great bond of affection between them.

Giant.—There is, or will be, a serious obstacle in your path.

Gimlet.—You will be unpleasantly reminded of a disagreeable fact.

Giraffe.—You are apt to cause mischief through blundering and the making of incorrect statements.

Gladioli.—These flowers indicate courage in the face of difficulty; hope and tenderness.

Glasses.—These show that you will entertain your friends on a lavish scale, and delight in hospitality, but will occasionally be confronted by difficulties in your arrangements. See also Champagne Glass, Custard-Glasses, Eyeglasses, Hand Glass.

Gleaner.—You will always endeavour to make the best of the circumstances in which you find yourself but will seldom possess the most desirable things in life.

Goat.—A new enterprise which has an element of risk about it; a goat is an unfortunate sign to sailors or to those connected with them.

Golf Clubs.—These indicate a life so full of work that there is but little leisure for recreation.

Gondola.—A visit to Italy, or a romance are the meanings of this sign.

Gong-and-Stick.—This symbol warns you to expect little else than the "trivial round and common task" for the present.

Goose.—A venture needing much discussion and arrangement; plans are made only to be upset again, and unless you proceed with caution, you are likely to make a bad mistake.

Gramophone.—This usually portends vexation at being drawn into a somewhat disorderly and noisy pleasure.

Grapes.—These signify pleasure, abundance, fulfilment, and a life free from care.

Grasshoppers.—These insects give warning of a poor harvest season; for an old person the risk of chill leading to severe illness.

Grave.—This symbol must be read in accordance with its position, also with reference to other signs in the cup; as a general rule, with gloomy signs it would bring a message of coming sorrow, or with cheerful symbols that a death would benefit the consultant.

Greyhound.—This sign stands for energy and untiring activity which will bring you unqualified success; it also denotes that you may expect favourable tidings of the result of a new enterprise.

Grindstone.—The aftermath of an indiscretion.

Guitar.—This symbol displays strong power of attraction for the opposite sex, also pleasant adventures ending in a happy love affair.

Gun.—A very disquieting symbol, grave danger of a sudden calamity; with other bad signs, a violent death.




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