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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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Sack.—This predicts an unlooked for event which will turn out to be most fortunate.

Saddle.—The successful solving of a troublesome matter is the meaning of this sign.

Sailor.—You may expect news from overseas of an interesting nature.

Salmon Jumping in a Pool.—This is a fortunate sign of propitious news which will mean a great deal to you.

Sandwich Man.—After a time of irksome tasks and pecuniary worry, you will be rewarded by a time of ease and wealth.

Saucepan.—This is an indication that many troubles will befall you, and your courage will be tested in meeting them.

Sausages.—These show complaints or affliction.

Saw.—Interference which will bring a good deal of trouble upon you, is signified by a saw.

Scaffold.—This signifies that you will enter into a rash speculation.

Scales.—This symbol stands for legal proceedings.

Scarecrow.—This warns you to avoid interfering in the private affairs of others, or you may find that you will receive the cold shoulder from them.

Sceptre.—This is a fortunate sign of distinction and honour.

Scimitar.—You will hear of murders, horrible treachery, and riots.

Scissors.—An unlucky sign of friction between friends; disputing and disagreeableness with married couples; quarrels between lovers; trouble in business.

Scoop.—See Coal Scoop.

Screw.—With a little ingenuity and perseverance, you will arrive at that for which you aim.

Screw-Spanner.—Troublesome affairs and vexations are before you.

Scuttle.—See Coal Scuttle.

Scythe.—This sign foreshows grief and pain.

Seagull.—A sign of storms; if flying, news from abroad.

Seakale.—A satisfactory conclusion to a vexed question is the meaning of this symbol.

Seal.—An indication that a considerable amount of patience will be necessary before your hopes are realised, but eventually you will gain success and wealth.

Sealing-Wax.—Theoretically you are wise, but you seldom bring your wisdom to bear on practical matters.

See-Saw.—Unless you endeavour to become more decisive and reliable, you will lose any good opportunities which may come your way.

Seaweed.—This denotes a joy in the past of which only the memory remains.

Shamrock.—A sign of good luck.

Shark.—An ominous sign of death.

Shaving-Brush.—This sign suggests that you are apt to turn molehills into mountains.

Sheep.—To landowners or those engaged in any agricultural pursuits sheep are an omen of success and prosperous dealing; to others this sign implies that they will receive assistance from unexpected quarters.

Shell.—Good luck from an unexpected source; with other signs, a visit to the seaside.

Shepherd.—The appearance of this symbol warns you against taking unnecessary risks in all matters.

Ship.—News from distant lands; a successful journey; a voyage.

Shirt.—This sign is considered an omen of good fortune.

Shoes.—These indicate speedy new arrangements which are likely to turn out extremely well.

Shrimping Net.—Pleasures and amusements, unconventionality, and good spirits.

Shutters.—This sign proclaims the fact that there is need for secrecy, and that there may be things in your life of which you trust nothing will be known.

Sickle.—A sign that you will experience sorrow and pain through the callous behaviour of someone you love.

Signpost.—This symbol must be read in conjunction with surrounding symbols; it usually emphasises the importance of other signs; a broken signpost indicates, that you take a wrong turning in your life and afterwards have much cause to regret it.

Skeleton.—This implies a feeling of disgust at some information which is told to you and which you are asked not to reveal.

Skipping Rope.—Pleasure with children and popularity with them.

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