ABBEY, future ease and freedom from worry. ACORN, improvement in health, continued health, strength, and good fortune. AIRCRAFT, unsuccessful projects. ANCHOR, a lucky sign; success in business and constancy in love; if cloudy, the reverse m
A question that will very naturally occur to persons of an enquiring turn of mind in regard to the figures and symbols seen in the tea-cup is: Why should one symbol necessarily signify one thing and not something quite different? The answer, of c
At first sight the interior of the cup will show the leaves scattered about apparently haphazard and with no arrangement; just a jumble of tea-leaves and nothing more. In reality they have come to their positions and have taken on the shapes of th
At no time in the history of the world has there been such earnest searching for light and knowledge in all matters relating to Psychic Phenomena as in the present day. The desire to investigate some new disclosure has resulted in yet other discov
A wide, shallow cup is the best kind to use for tea-leaf divination--white if possible. A narrow cup adds to the seer's difficulties, as the tea-leaves cannot be plainly seen. Small cups, too, are objectionable for the same reason, and a fluted cu
"For a man's mind is sometimes wont to tell him more than seven watchmen that sit above in a high tower." To those of an inquiring or doubting turn of mind, there may arise the very natural question as to _why_ one shaped tea-leaf should mea
"If thou wouldst learn thy future with thy tea, This magic cup will show it thee." Some readers may find an additional interest in divination by tea-leaves, if they use a cup marked with the planetary symbols, patented as the "Nelros Cup
Bohea . . . Happy Establishment So called after two ranges of hills, Fu-Kien or Fo-Kien Congou . . . Labor Named so at Amoy from the labor in preparing it. Sou chong . . . Small Kind
DR. SAMUEL JOHNSON drew his own portrait thus: A hardened and shameless tea-drinker, who for twenty years diluted his meals with the infusion of this fascinating plant; whose kettle had scarcely time to cool;
Matrons who toss the cup, and see The grounds of Fate in grounds of tea. --Churchill. TEA MAKING AND TAKING IN JAPAN AND CHINA The queen of teas in Japan is a fine straw-colored beverage, delicate and
In the drama of the past Thou art featured in the cast; (O Tea!) And thou hast played thy part With never a change of heart, (O Tea!) For 'mid all the ding and
See Spanish Curderon in Strength outdone: And see the Prize of Wit from Tasso won: See Corneil's Skill and Decency Refin'd; See Rapin's Art, and Molier's Fire Outshin'd; See Dryden's Lamp to our adm
A sign of increasing wealth and comfort; you will gain much success in your life.
This signifies good news through the post.
The offer of a good promotion.
You will be gratified by a good present or sum of money.
A pleasant invitation.