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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

 

 

 



A DICTIONARY OF SYMBOLS

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Rabbit.—An indication of illness for a child; a dead rabbit means domestic duties which will bore you, sometimes financial worry; several rabbits suggest that you must depend upon your own efforts for your amusements and must be content with simple ones; a rabbit on its hind legs predicts that a new plan or idea will bring you great success.

Rag Doll.—This implies a simplicity that sometimes verges on folly.

Railway Signal.—This symbol may be seen at "danger" or "all clear." Its meaning must be read in accordance with other signs.

Ram.—An unpleasant person whom you would do well to avoid is indicated by this sign.

Rake.—This implement denotes a persevering nature which should bring you a liberal measure of success in whatever you undertake; it also indicates luck in speculation.

Rat.—Treachery and other impending troubles, are foreshown by this unpleasant symbol.

Raven.—This bird is an omen of gloom and despondency, disappointment in love, separation, failure in work; it is also a symbol of death for the aged.

Razor.—Quarrels, also a warning against interference in other people's affairs; to lovers this sign foretells disagreement and separation.

Red-Hot Poker.—This flower suggests that you are likely to bring yourself within the range of unpleasant criticism by your flaunting manner.

Reptile.—This is a bad omen of coming misfortune, treachery, or illness.

Rhinoceros.—This animal denotes a risky proceeding into which you plunge without hesitation, although your friends and relations will try to persuade you to give up your scheme, but your indifference to the opinion of others prevents any chance of their being successful.

Rider.—This brings good news from overseas of business and financial affairs.

Rifle.—Strife and calamity are shown by this sign.

Ring.—With dots around, a contract or a business transaction; with the figures of a man and woman, an engagement or wedding is foretold.

River.—A sign of trouble and perplexity, sometimes illness and bereavement.

Robin.—A symbol of much good fortune, loyal friends, and happiness in love.

Rocket.—This foretells joy and gladness at some event about to happen.

Rocking Chair.—This indicates contemplation of a new idea or scheme about which you are somewhat doubtful.
Rocking Horse.—Happy associations will be renewed; pleasure with children.

Rocks.—These prepare you for alarms and agitation, but if good signs appear, you will eventually find a smooth path through your fife.

Roller.—See Garden Roller.

Rolling Pin.—This is an indication that you will be capable of smoothing out your difficulties and will usually find an easy path in which to tread.

Rose.—A token of good fortune, joy, and love.

Rosemary.—Memories of the past will mar your future.

Running Figures.—You may expect an emergency in which you will need to have all your wits about you; sometimes this signifies urgent messages.

 

 

 

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