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See FLOWER BORDER. ...
A sign of happy days; several bottles indicate extravagant tastes; small bottles, illness. ...
This is a most fortunate symbol of coming happiness, love, fulfilled hope, and marriage. ...
A sign of reunion after absence or estrangement. ...
BOW AND ARROW
This denotes that there is unpleasant talk of your personal affairs which may do you harm. ...
Happiness in love is proclaimed by this symbol. ...
An open box foreshows a troubled love affair; a closed box, that you will find something which you had lost. ...
This symbol must be read in accordance with other signs in the cup. ...
A discovery made too late. ...
A large branch is a sign of much independence and of success in carrying out an undertaking; the larger it is the greater your success; a broken branch signifies an attempt to organise a project or new scheme which will end in failure. ...
A loaf of bread is a sign of the commonplace and of monotony; several loaves give warning against waste and extravagance, for a shortage of corn is threatened; loaves of bread with crossed swords above them predict mutiny and disaffection among those ...
A task which you have in hand will be successfully carried out. ...
These signify new plans and enterprises which will lead to prosperity. ...
This sign indicates a wedding, coming joy, or a rival in your affections, according to other symbols around it. ...
BRIDE, A CRESCENT MOON, A SWALLOW
A journey which leads to a romantic love affair. ...
SCAFFOLD, LEG OF MUTTON