Uncover hidden tea leaf meanings

Seeing a wig in the tea leaf reading is quite a rare omen. A wig is a covering of the head using artificial hair. As a symbol, a wig denotes inferiority complex.

Generally, the wig is normally seen on an individual or possibly a judge. The wig on a person generally means that you're going to have some association with the law. Do you dream of a life of independence?

It indicates you are gonna be unhampered by any personal ties or responsibilities going forward. The wig can appear completely filled in with different tea leaves like a clump, alternatively, it can be just an outline. As we have already suggested a wig is generally very difficult to see in the tea leaf reading but, it does mean that you will take on new challenges in life.

Detailed meaning of the wig tea leaf symbol

Top of teacup: a wig at the top of the tea cup, suggests that it it's time for a change the wig in this sense indicates new beginnings and possibilities in the future.

Middle of cup: you have a friendly manner about you. In the middle of the teacup, you will meet a magnetic person. You are gifted in the area of communications will have success in your career. This also suggests you're gonna have some type of artistic learning that you need to complete in order to be successful in life.

Bottom of teacup: the wig in the bottom of the teacup position indicates you have a special talent for medicine, and work with the public. It indicates you are public popular and enjoy your social connections. You have a good imagination and is important to use your creative abilities.

In conclusion, the wig is a rare symbol to see in the tea leaf reading; it can if seen on the person suggest some sort of law and order. It can also indicate perhaps going to court if you see more than one person wearing a wig.

By Florance Saul
Apr 8, 2013