Uncover hidden tea leaf meanings

A Pennant is associated with the symbolism of victory.

It is essentially a flag, and if seen in the tea leaf reading suggests that one needs to borderline their experiences in life and Think about the future and any emotional obstacles that may stand in one's way.

If the flag is completely surrounded by tea lea dots it can mean being a judge in real life.

There is evil dark presence around you, in essence it your own negativity.

It could also mean and the negativity that is projected on other people. Moving forward it is important to face your fears as the victory is on its way.

Let’s now consider the acquisition of seeing a flag within the tea leaf reading. From the positions, it can mean different things.

Detailed meaning of the pennant tea leaf symbol

Top with teacup: the flag to appear in the top position indicates that you have strong beliefs or experiences and it is time to face life with a new perspective. The pain you feel will not last. You will encounter a dramatic transformation in your life.

Middle of teacup: if the flag appears in the middle of the teacup it indicates you are embracing a happier ending in life. You are likely to make good progress and there is a special message that will be given to you shortly.

Bottom of teacup: to see the flag in the bottom position indicates that you may find yourself in a war zone or battlefield, your most likely going to have to think about how you deal with other people and especially the conflict in life. If you feel invaded then this can indicate that it is time to move back and focus on what’s important in life. There is a victory on the cards and the flag denotes that you will have peace in the future.

Conclusion: the pennant is a positive symbol to see in a tea leaf reading. It is important to identify any emotional obstacles that stand in the way of yourself and a victory. The flag in terms of symbolism means wisdom and also control cover many different feelings or emotions that may prevent you from transforming in life.

By Florance Saul
Apr 5, 2013