Tea Leaf Reading Books

About Tea-Leaf Reading

The ancient art of tea-leaf reading waned in popularity when tea-bags were introduced in around the 1950s and 1960s. Obviously tea-leaf reading requires the use of loose tea !

This form of divination was taught through families, usually from mother to daughter or granddaughter. However, as more 'modern' attitudes became popular, interest declined.

As can be seen from the range of publications on this page, interest in tea-leaf reading is now enjoying something of a revival, perhaps aided by the mention tea-leaf reading lessons at Hogwarts School in the Harry Potter books.

There are many books, products such as tea-cups, and other sources of information about tea-leaf reading. (#Aff)

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