Weathercock Symbol In Tea Leaves

What does Weathercock symbol mean in tea leaves

Uncover hidden tea leaf meanings

Weathercock

Weathercock.

A weathercock is quite an interesting symbol to see in a tea leaf reading.

It is in essence a weather vain and these are found on top of the highest buildings.

We all know that weathercock is normally found at the top of churches, that has a cockerel at the top and they are normally decorative.

 

It helps us know which direction the wind is blowing. In terms of the tea leaf reading it means that you will have the opportunity to touch the heart of many people. You are skilled and above all sympathetic to other people's problems. The weathercock in different positions within the tea leaf reading is important. It does indicate different meanings depending on the positions.

 

Top of the cup: the weathercock in the top of the teacup indicates that you are on top of your profession, achieving great fame and recognition that you have never enjoyed before in your life. This is a positive position to see the weathercock and indicate that you are in the right direction in life.

 

Middle of teacup: to see the weathercock in the middle of the teacup indicates that a new start and new beginnings are going to be yours very shortly. The weathercock indicates you on a spiritual path, the direction is set out for you and you are ready to take on the challenge.

 

Bottom of teacup: the weathercock in the bottom of the teacup position indicates that new beginnings and a new start will be yours soon. This is an important symbol to see in your tea leaf reading, at the bottom it denotes good fortune. Whatever direction you choose in life you will take the right road.

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