A DICTIONARY OF SYMBOLS
B | C
| D | E
| F | G
| H | I
| J | K
| L | M
| N | O
| P | Q
| R | S
| T | U
| V | W
| X | Y
| Z |
Macaroni.—This proclaims the sad fact that you must endeavour
to make sixpence do the work of a shilling.
a position of authority and achievement.
flower means perfection and peace, and the assurance of love and
be drawn by an irresistible attraction towards someone for whom
you will eventually feel more dislike than affection.
are given to such exaggeration that it amounts to untruthfulness.
tree brings calm and peaceful conditions after a time of unrest.
for sorrow, two for mirth, three for a wedding, four for a birth";
this ancient saying well explains the meaning of seeing magpies
in the tea-leaves.
Artist's Mahl Stick.
arrive at a wise conclusion in a difficult matter. See also Croquet
will emerge from one source of vexation or trouble only to fall
Man.—You may expect
Man Carrying a Burden.—An
unhappy marriage or an unfortunate love affair.
Man Carrying Mace.—This
points to personal promotion or the advancement of someone dear
Man Speaking from a
Platform.—Public news or developments which will specially
interest or concern you.
will often be seen, and indicates a courageous, energetic nature,
fond of exploits and freedom, and shows a capacity for strenuous
work; a fortunate symbol for a soldier.
Mask.—For a lover,
this predicts that unpleasant facts will come to light, of which
at present there is no suspicion, leading to an abrupt ending of
the love affair.
Mass of Leaves.—Arrivals
and departures about which there are little difficulties.
must be read in connection with the surrounding signs.