Find out what each sign in the tea leaves mean in this conversationally written book that teaches readers to use their innate psychic abilities.
About the Author
William W. Hewitt was a freelance writer, the author of eight books and several hypnosis audio tapes published by Llewellyn. He spent more than thirty years as a professional writer and editor in the computer, nuclear power and mining industries. He was a certified clinical hypnotheriapist and frequently lectured on hypnosis, mind power, self-improvement, metaphysics, and related subjects.
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Tea Leaf Reading: formely Secrets of Tea Leaf Reading based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Though I've learned to distrust Llewellyn publishing for putting out simplistic, sparse books masquerading as secret wisdom, I gave them a chance when finding this book second-hand. I was happily surprised by what I found. I've read what many books have to say about tea leaf reading but none seemed to take it as seriously as this one. The attitude that tassegoraphy is a simple study requiring only a list of symbols with two words of explaination is well squashed here. From distibuting the leaves round the cup to interpreting symbols based on direction to when to assume the symbol as a literal object in the reading, this book is far beyond the basic. If a reader is looking for a more involved study of leaves, check out this book.
This book is one my granmother has and she uses it often. The only problem is that it doesn't havea lot of the symbols in this book and that makes her predictions very vauge and useless.