How to read the coffee grounds? Caffeomancy –

With origins thought to be in Europe and the Middle East, tea and coffee readings – known as taxography – have been around for at least a few centuries. Over time, these readings have become increasingly popular and have reached all corners of the world.

Today, of all styles of taxography, Turkish coffee grounds readings stand out because they paint the panorama of the coffee drinker’s life in minute detail, thanks to many Turkish coffee reading symbols known and personal to the reader.

Reading of coffee grounds

In reading a cup of coffee, Cartomanzia unlike the online tarot , the psychic consultant interprets the residual coffee grounds in the cup and on the saucer. This is possible because Turkish coffee leaves a thick, muddy residue on the bottom of the cup.

After the customer has finished drinking, Cartomanzia .FUN Promo 2021 solo 25Cents/min. Cartomanzia al telefono a Basso Costo  the reader swirls the cup, makes a prayer and turns it upside down on the saucer. There is a waiting period, during which portions of the remaining land fall onto the saucer. They leave patterns on the surface of the cup and create new patterns on the saucer.

The images and shapes created in the coffee grounds provide customer information. The initial letters of loved ones and like-minded people, important scenes, effects of the past, the path to the future, the energy of the people involved, are all there for the discerning psychic reader to see.

Coffee cup reading symbols

The coffee reading symbols are large and varied. But before I give you a list of predefined tax symbols, note that every reading is different and every reader has a unique approach. There are other things to consider as well, such as:

Context:  One reader may interpret the symbol of a tower as wealth, and yet another may see it as a symbol of loneliness. Sometimes symbols get their meaning through the larger context of what the specific reading shows. What’s next to the tower? Who is in or out? How does this relate to the story of the pantry shown on the cup and saucer?

Placement – Another very important thing to consider is where the shapes and symbols appear on the cup and saucer. The peripheries of the saucer, for example, represent less important events. The center of the cup is the most important, followed by the edges of the cup, followed by the center of the saucer and finally the edges of the saucer.

Thickness:  the quantity of coffee accumulated in the different points of the cup and saucer is also important. The amount of coffee grounds used to shape a dog’s symbol, for example, can determine whether the dog is merely symbolic or whether the dog represents a real dog in the coffee drinker’s life.

Size – how big is the symbol? Does it take up half the space on the cup or saucer? Or is it tiny, tucked away in a corner? This determines the importance of the symbol in reading.

To give you an overview of the meaning of the coffee grounds reading symbols, here is a short list.

Home: This  can mean a real home or the space of the customer’s inner soul. It can mean moving to a new apartment or house or a major change in one’s soul.

Bridge –  can mean arriving in a completely new place or a connection between events, people or groups. It can also mean that events finally make sense.

Mountains –  effort, obstacles in the way, a difficult goal or can even represent where you physically live.

People –  real people in the customer’s life. The reader can describe the person seen in the cup or saucer as tall, short, thin, overweight, hair type, glasses, etc., to help the client understand who the person involved is.

Animals:  Animals represent the human qualities that the client needs or has too much. They can also symbolize other people in the customer’s life.

Airplane, ship, car or other vehicle:  travel, movement, vacation, immigration, a guest from a distant place or a life-changing inner transformation.

A bird –  news. The size of the bird determines the importance of the incoming news. If the bird is in the center of the coffee cup or saucer, it symbolizes life-changing news. If it’s on the outskirts, then that’s little news.

Pen or pencil:  a new chapter of life that is written, the possibility of writing a new destiny. It can also symbolize a profession that has to do with the art of writing.

Eye:  Since the coffee readings are of Middle Eastern origin, one eye in these readings symbolizes the “evil eye”, negative energies or spells, black magic or bad people who would not avoid hurting the customer.