Guide to the Symbolic Meaning of the Cross in Tea Leaves To many people, the symbol of the cross is associated with religion, particularly Christianity. However, the cross symbol has been in use since long before Christianity began. In ancient times, the people of Babylon, Assyria, Crete, Egypt, Lapland, Peru and many other countries, used a cross with four equal arms to … [Read more...]
A Guide to the Symbolic Meaning of Clouds in Tea Leaves
What’s more relaxing than lying on your back in the sun watching clouds change shape as they move across the sky? Drinking tea while you watch the clouds change shape...
Many believe the best cloud watching time is in the late afternoon in summer... A nice glass of cold ice tea is the perfect addition to such … [Read more...]
Traditional Meaning of ApesTraditionally, apes were the fairies and sorcerers of myths and legends. In the myths and legends, the apes could trick the unsuspecting person into following them through the forest and into other worlds or realms. Apes have been worshiped as gods and goddesses, guardians, and protectors.
Apes use their sense of touch to understand their … [Read more...]
Traditional Meaning of AcornsTraditionally, an acorn symbol was used as a sign for strength. Wise women or “witches” drew the acorn symbol when working to build the health of an ill person. European settlers in America used the acorn symbol in the 17th and 18th centuries on buildings and furniture. Many of these settlers had strong religious beliefs, but still used the acorn symbol to … [Read more...]
We're continuing with our study of how to read tea leaves.
We've already covered the basic elements of tea leaf reading - what type of tea to use, what type of teacup and teapot to use, and how to make the tea. If you missed that article, you can read it here: The Art of Reading Tea Leaves.
Now we're going to go into the details of how to read tea … [Read more...]