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Folk Symbol In Tea Leaves

What does Folk symbol mean in tea leaves?

Uncover hidden tea leaf meanings

Folk

Folk

A fork reassures you that you’ll get the help you need when you need it.

A fork may also indicate that you’ll face a choice to either stick with the old or branch off into a new direction.

With the fork pointing out of the cup, it advises you to embrace the new.

With the fork pointing down, it suggests that you stick with what you’ve got. Something is going to happen that is positive! Similarly, if the symbol is found on the side of your teacup it indicates taking advice from trusted friends.

This tea leaf symbol shows you of the importance of needing good company around you -- especially when things are uncertain.

Detailed meaning of seeing a folk in your teacup

  • Seen a pair of folk's.
  • Seen one folk.

Meaning of a folk in your tea leaf reading

Top of teacup: your idea of a good time is to go out with a group of friends and have a great discussion -- or better yet, a friendly debate. You're bright, witty and love to be the life of the party. To see the folk at the top of your tea leaf reading means that you will have a great time with friends.

Lines are broken: for the lines of the folk to be broken means that you are going to have some unsettling times.

Bottom of teacup: seeing the symbol at the bottom position can indicate people are going to ask for your help. If the folk was upright then this is a positive omen.

Side of teacup: If the symbol is positioned at the side of the tea leaf reading then the folk means that you will have excessive riches! Lucky you!

Near handle: if the handle is close to the folk then people will praise you at work.