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Tasseomancy {The Art of Reading Tea Leaves}

Tasseomancy {The Art Of Reading Tea Leaves}.  In this group; One will learn the history of TEA, THE JAPAN TEA CEREMONY, READING THE TEA LEAVES, TEA LEAF MEANINGS, HOSTING THE HIGH TEA PARTY and everything TEA that one can have fun with. Lets have some fun here and have some tea doing such a thing.

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Welcome To The Art of Reading Tea Leaves

I have enjoyed "sun tea" over my summers here in Arizona. Lately I have been making myself evening tea from TEAVANA and have relearned how to do "new" tea leaf readings using their (TEAVANA) tea. Its interesting on what shows up in the cup now. I am also including some discussions on some interesting topics that I hope everyone will enjoy and share their experiences.

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Your Tea and/or Tea Reading Exoeriance

Started by Sstarfyre Wiseroot on Tuesday. 0 Replies

I really don't have any bad experiences with tea except…Continue

High Tea Recipes

Started by Sstarfyre Wiseroot on Tuesday. 0 Replies

High Tea RecipesHigh tea as most Americans think of it (a dainty meal of tea, scones, finger sandwiches and sweets) is more correctly known as "afternoon tea." Regardless of what you prefer to call this afternoon meal of tea and snacks, I think…Continue

How to Host an Afternoon Tea Party

Started by Sstarfyre Wiseroot on Tuesday. 0 Replies

How to Host an Afternoon Tea PartyWhen thinking about tea parties, do you find yourself overwhelmed with thoughts of the British gentry, scenes from Alice in Wonderland, Victorian decor, blue haired ladies and pinky fingers stuck up in the air? If…Continue

Symbol Meanings

Started by Sstarfyre Wiseroot on Tuesday. 0 Replies

A Abbey.—A sign of increasing wealth and comfort; you will gain much success in your life.Ace of Clubs.—This signifies good news through the post.Ace of Diamonds.—You will be gratified by a good present or sum of money.Ace of Hearts.—Shows…Continue

The Japanese Tea Ceremony

Started by Sstarfyre Wiseroot on Tuesday. 0 Replies

I seriously would love to learn (by "hands on") this with the (in my "book") Masters. Learning it here online won't "cut it".The Japanese Tea CeremonyThe Japanese tea ceremony is called Chanoyu, Sado or simply Ocha in Japanese. It is a choreographic…Continue

Tasseography (The Meaning There Of)

Started by Sstarfyre Wiseroot on Tuesday. 0 Replies

Tasseography (also known as tasseomancy or tassology) is a divination or fortune-telling method that interprets patterns in tea leaves, coffee grounds, or wine sediments.The terms derive from the French word tasse (cup), which in turn derives from…Continue

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Comment by Sstarfyre Wiseroot yesterday

Ms Bree I am right there with ya on the findings of this place......but I still come here to get AWAY from FB.....lol

Comment by Dragon Lady Bree yesterday

Okie Dokie......

Interesting finding life on PS, thought everyone gave up & ran away. B.

Comment by Sstarfyre Wiseroot yesterday

Have A Great WEEKEND

Comment by Sstarfyre Wiseroot on Friday

Allo Ms Dragon 

 some how am not able to post the graphics I want to.....:( and took it out on the comments....sorry everyone....

Comment by Dragon Lady Bree on Thursday

Morning Sstarfyre, what happened to the rest of the comment pages? Yes I'm nosey.....LOL B

Comment by Sstarfyre Wiseroot on Thursday

Anyhoo all is good with me....can't wait to get my tea pots out of storage and start using them again.......

To all the members here.......am happy you are here.....yippee!!! Welcome to the new ones as well....

Comment by Sstarfyre Wiseroot on Thursday

My computter is acting all goofy..........and yes I "went there" with the comments.....just trying to post something and some how am not able to post the graphics I want to.....:(

 

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