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True Stories of Telling Fortunes with Tea Leaves

This post was written by Anna
on March 22, 2011 | Comments (1)

Readers, please enjoy this guest blog post by Caroline Dow, author of Tea Leaf Reading for Beginners.

Once when I was reading tea leaves at a Denver metaphysical fair, one of the fair’s organizers came to me for a reading. She wanted to know if I saw any possibility of a love life for her in the future. Immediately when I peered into her cup I saw the image of a middle-aged man wearing a kilt and one of those Scottish caps with the tassel. Next to the man, as clear as day, sat the image of a golf club. Farther along in the cup I discerned a bower of flowers.

I asked the woman whether she knew a man who played golf or if she belonged to a golf club. She giggled and said that she wasn’t into that sort of thing at all. “Nonetheless,” I told her, “I see you meeting a middle-aged man, either at a country club or who plays golf, falling in love, and as the flower bower suggests, tying the knot within a few months.” She laughed and went away.

Six months later I received a call from her. Very soon after she had the reading, she was invited to participate in a charity event at a nearby country club. There she met a gentleman golfer from Scotland, who swept her off her feet. She was calling to invite me to the wedding.

For more true stories about tea leaf reading, visit my blog at www.carolinedowbooks.com/blog or read my new release, Tea Leaf Reading for Beginners: Your Fortune in a Teacup.

Our thanks to Caroline Dow for her guest post! For more from Caroline, read her article “10 Tips for Giving Dynamite Tea Leaf Readings.”

Reader Comments

Written By Jim Watson
on October 27th, 2013 @ 11:36 am

I had my cup read many years ago by my wife’s aunt and we made a note of everything she said, one of which was” watch out for an orange car near a bridge” ,years later I was road testing a mark 3 Ford Cortina I had been working on and turned up the side road at KIncardine bridge when a young boy on a bike shot out from nowhere and I hit him with the car, however I was not going fast and he was unhurt! and yes the car was orange!!!

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