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Tasseography Symbols 2

Continued in this article, you will find the second half of the symbols and their meanings that you may encounter when reading tea leaves. Some of the symbols here deal with the meaning behind seeing a house, jewels, even a kangaroo.

 

Horse: If the horse is seen galloping, it refers to good news. If you only see the head, it is a reference to a lover.

 

Horseshow: Good luck, of course!

 

Hourglass: It is a sign that you need to decide something. It is also a reference for time, illusion, as well as creation.

 

House: Security

 

Iceberg: Danger

 

Insect: Refers to problems that you may experience in the future that will seem minor. They will be quite easy to overcome.

 

Jewels: Gifts

 

Kangaroo: Harmony on the home front

 

Kite: Refers to wishes that may come true

 

Knife: A broken relationship

 

Ladder: Suggests a promotion in the future

 

Kettle: Is a reference to an illness that you may have to deal with, but good news, it will be minor.

 

Lamp: When you see a lamp close to the top, it suggests a feast. When it appears at the side, it means that secrets will become revealed. On the bottom, it refers to a postponement.

 

Leaf: New life

 

Letter: News

 

Lion: Strength

 

Lock: Obstacles

 

Man: If it appears close to the handle, it means a visitor may arrive.

 

Mask: Insecurity

 

Mouse: Theft

 

Mushroom: If it appears on the top, it suggests a journey, as well as an association with a new country. If it is seen near the bottom, it refers to fast growth.

 

Nail: Unfairness

 

Necklace: If it appears broken, it means that you may suffer a loss, such as a lover or close companion

 

Needle: Admiration or recognition

 

Oak: Long life, as well as health

 

Octopus: Danger

 

Ostrich: Travel

 

Parrot: Refers to a journey

 

Palm Tree: Success, as well as honor

 

Owl: Refers to gossip or scandal

 

Pig: Greed

 

Purse: If it appears on the top, it refers to profit; on the bottom, it refers to loss

 

Question Mark: Caution

 

Rabbit: It is a sign that you need to be a bit braver in life.

 

Raven: Bad news

 

Rose: Creation

 

Scale: Legal issues; whether or not it is balanced or unbalanced influences the meaning.

 

Sheep: Good fortune

 

Shell: Good news

 

Shelter: Refers to danger, loss, as well as ill health

 

Ship: Suggests an adventure or journey is in your future

 

Scissors: Quarrels, as well as separation

 

Shoe: Refers to a change for the better

 

Snake: Enemy

 

Spider: You may receive a reward for hard work in the future

 

Spoon: Generosity

 

Star: Health, happiness, as well as hope

 

Sun: Happiness, success, as well as power

 

Sword: Arguments

 

Table: Social events

 

Tent: Travel

 

Thimble: Refers to changes that may occur within the home

 

Tree: Improvements

 

Umbrella: Annoyances

 

Vase: Refers to a friend that is in need

 

Violin: Ego

 

Volcano: Deals with harmful emotions

 

Wagon: A wedding

 

Wheel: If the wheel appears complete, it is a sign for good fortune, but if it is broken, it refers to disappointment.

 

Wings: Messages

 

Wolf: Jealousy

 

Zebra: Adventure