Uncover hidden tea leaf meanings

Normally, a zebra symbol within your tea leaf reading symbolizes good times for two people.

If you feel a bit out of control in your life this omen will manifest itself. This symbol is nothing to be scared of since it is a positive one even if you notice that some things in your life is out of control. It won't be a problem if we assume that someone is watching your moves. You will have a prosperous life in the near future if you found a zebra positioned on the top of the cup. This symbol is also an indication that your life will be satisfied by your numerous desires.

Detailed meaning of seeing a zebra in your teacup

In your teacup you may have

  • Seen an zebra symbol.
  • Came across an zebra symbol and the lines are damaged.
  • Seen the outline of a zebra symbol.
  • Found a large zebra within your tea leaf reading.
  • The streaked horse is a mark of singular distinction in affairs symbolized by the horse (which see).

Meaning of zebra in your tea leaf reading

Top of teacup: a situation which requires your intellect is reprnted by a zebra near the top of your tea leaf reading. a zebra may represent a new life or a special moment in your life. Lines are not continuous: times are going to be hard for a while.

Bottom of teacup: finding a zebra at the bottom is a hint for a new opportunity and a fresh new start that will happen in the future but these things can't be seen even if you look back into your past.

Middle of teacup: opportunities will be knocking at your door.

Side of teacup: If the symbol is positioned at the side of the tea leaf reading you will have many friends.

Near handle: the nearness of the symbol to the handle decides the rate at which you will acquire riches.

Small Zebra: a choice that will most probably cause a drastic change is commonly associated with a small symbol. In the future this choice will bring a positive change.

Large Zebra: a fear of the unknown and a prosperous existence is mostly associated with a large zebra symbol.

By Florance Saul
Oct 20, 2012