Uncover hidden tea leaf meanings
The most powerful species of the air is the eagle.
In Greek mythology, eagles were always portrayed as an important and sacred animal in because it was believed in Greece that eagles are the messenger of Zeus.
The eagle is the closest animal that can fly to the sun. In tea leaf readings, the eagle represents authority (being territorial), power, strength, and dignity.
Morgan Greer and Rider Tarot decks shows that eagle is the king of all birds and is symbolize as creature with extreme power and undaunted mastery. And, it has always been will.
In your teacup you could have
- Seen an eagle flying.
- More than eagle was in your teacup.
- Eagle preached on a branch.
Detailed meaning of seeing an eagle in your teacup
Top of teacup: Eagle with wide wings open simply represents that you know what to do to build a successful business. It shows how independent and determined you are in carrying out business transactions or making key decisions your life. You don’t need to have a second opinion because you have this strong and rigid confidence in everything you do. Your “fixed-decision” and highly determined attitude will give you power.
The eagle is on the side of the teacup: you hold a power among others to lead, but in an organized and well-mannered way. You always want to have a fast paced life. You like decision making. In spite of it all, you remain strong and restless but, always successive.
Wings open: an eagle with the wings extended that fly above water (as if hunting something) found in a tea leaf cup simply represents that you are a unique creature or person with astounding characteristics. Because of your attitude towards others you come across as too confident and superior, other people may suggest or tell you something relevant over the next week.
Near handle: you always listen. You stay focus. You listen. But, it doesn’t necessarily mean that you always do what other people want you to do.
Middle of teacup: you may be the wisest person in the world, but people say: “Two heads are always better and successful than one”. Meaning, you must open your eyes to opportunities, and see how more productive and effective things are with others involved. It always best to listen to others, than be on your own.
Bottom of the teacup: power and control issues may catapult you into conflict. This may be experienced as a rhythm problem–too slow or too fast. In the future, you will probably become wealthy and powerful because of your attitude and skills acquired. You are confident, hold dignity, and wit.
This symbol is very fortunate and indicates aspirations which will meet with the highest success. In the world of ideas, whether industrial, political, or commercial, or even in social life, there will be assured recognition. You will attain to a much higher position than that of your birth, and this by ihe right use of your powers.
Attainment and eminence in things of the intellect and spirit. Elevation through money. Fame due to mastery. Should this be at the bottom of the cup, the inquirer may reach the height of his ambitions but have few friends.
Eagle on a branch: if the eagle is standing on a branch of a tree with a pair of eyes focused in a specific object, this simply implies that you always think of yourself. Always remember to be more careful and open-minded because in some cases, your decisions in some of your projects may not be successful. You need more motivation.