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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Nail.—Toothache and painful dentistry are foreshown by this sign.

Names.—To see the name of a person or place, signifies events occurring in connection with such person or place; if good symbols appear, pleasant happenings may be expected; if gloomy signs, then trouble will arise associated with the name seen.

Narcissus.—This flower shows sentiment and coming joy; also that some new idea will unfold itself to you in the spring and will prove to be of much advantage to you.

Native with "Tom-Tom".—This foreshows news of disturbance in India or news of a personal nature which will cause anxiety.

Necklace.—A good present or money; a broken necklace shows that you will break a bond which you have grown to feel is unendurable.

Needles.—These denote mischief and deceit; sometimes disappointment in love.

Neptune.—This planetary symbol indicates a condition of chaos.

Nest.—See Bird's Nest, Eagle's Nest.

Net.—Toil or anxiety followed by amazing achievement and good fortune.

Ninepins.—These show a mind determined to gain success whatever the cost in drudgery.

Nose.—A large nose denotes dissipation; a crooked one shows a wayward and untrustworthy character; a long, thin nose implies that you change your ideas on various subjects and alter your mode of life in accordance with your new ideas.

Nosegay.—See Bouquet.

Notice-Board.—Your attention will be called to some fact which it will be to your advantage to learn.

Numbers.—These are frequently found in the tea-leaves, and must be read in conjunction with surrounding symbols. If the consultant has a lucky number, and this appears with good signs, it promises much success. An unlucky number with gloomy signs predicts misfortune. A journey with a five near obviously points out that it will be taken in five days, or weeks, and so on. Ten dots, close together, means ten pounds or shillings, according to the size and number of the dots. Numbers with the symbol of a legacy show the amount to be expected.

Nun.—This is a sign that you will probably remain unmarried through your own choice; to the married it implies unjust suspicion.

Nurse.—A nurse in uniform usually foretells illness for yourself or for someone dear to you.

Nut-Crackers.—This portends that you will strive to solve a difficult problem, the result of which is of much importance to you.

Nuts.—Gratified ambition and wealth are indicated by nuts.




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