besom meaning tea leaf dictionary

Uncover hidden tea leaf meanings

A besom is a broom used in wicca.

The garden brush or brushwood sweeper shows that scandal and misrepresentation will be swept away and that your good name will be cleared of a stigma or ill repute that may have attached to it through the work of your traducers and enemies. Your efforts to renovate your fortunes will be successful.

As tea leaf reading is quite ancient many tea leaf dictionaries include symbolism's of a besom. In our modern world we don't tend to use besom's or brooms that much. Let's move on to the actual meaning of a besom in a tea leaf reading.

The besom is generally associated with trying to hold onto something. If we think about the besom being used we tend to think of clearing something up. The besom can also be a symbolism of control.

Top of teacup: when this appears in the top teacup position it indicates that you have the ability to succeed in the business world. You can also succeed through a creative approach to life. This symbol is also connected to clearing up areas of your life.  It can suggest conflict but on a high level. You may find somebody that will not seek to destroy you but betray you in some way.

Middle of teacup: A besome in this position suggests exciting competition. There is a set of rules need to be followed. The symbol also indicates rules being abandoned - in fact, everything has already taken place in life.

Bottom of teacup: for the besome to be seen in the position of bottom is connected to recognising what life offers us.  

New times are always associated wtih destruction here we may see some sort of unhappiness followed by a new beginning.

By Florance Saul
Mar 29, 2013