I was reading an article about you. And I wonder if you can help me with an interpretation on a cup I drank last night. My name is Gjon and I am from NYC, USA.
You really can't see too well but wanted to give you an idea of how the cup looked. Now we read cups in a way similar to yours (Albanian) but not sure how you personally do it completely.
We consider the left of the cup the guy's side, and the right of the cup the woman's side. Now on the far left you will see a white image. This image if of a clear white man with a hat on him facing opposite instead of looking directly at the woman's side. Attached at the bottom of him directly is a rabbit pointing down towards the bottom of the cup. The rabbit is attached at the bottom of the man with the hat's body. There some type of little animal also on the bottom of the rabbit not sure what it is, but it is not a rat or mouse, it is come kind of small animal though, can not make it out. It kind of looks like a bird. Bunch of big bumps of coffee grinds accumulated at the rip of the cup (we usually say these bumps mean money).
Now on the woman's side of the cup; If you notice you have a huge bird like symbol. Almost like in the middle of the cup, however it is more on the woman's side and it is pointing towards the woman. That is a peacock for sure and its very white. I could see its eye also on its head. Now there is also a squirrel in the belly of the peacock, you can see a hue of brown at the belly of the peacock. You also have two small dots spaced out under the peacock. Towards the left of the head of the peacock you have a rat, a white one, pointing directly at the back of the head of the peacock. Almost as if it is yelling at the peacock.
Towards the right of the cup under like the front body of the peacock you have a mouse, not a rat, and its white. Its like pointing towards the peacock almost as if it raised itself standing looking at the peacock. Under that mouse you have one line under it, with one wave, but white all together. Now that mouse could also look like an S or a 5 also. Which very well could be the case, and that's probably more of what it is. Bottom of cup was clean white.
Just to give you a quick detail about me. I am going through a divorce with my soon to be ex-wife lol. I am also seeing someone else new for awhile now. We are on kind of shaky terms, because we both have stress on both our lives. But we will see.
So when we interpret coffee cups we interpret them with a man's side and a woman's side. However, I do not know how to interpret which side of the woman is this. Either the soon to be ex wife or my current relationship. I do not even know if you do it this way, but I wanted to give you a heads up on how we do it.
Either way, I would really appreciate it if you could help me on this. Thank you very much for your time and your help. Happy Holidays.
Thank you for sending your email again-first one went to the junk folder as it had no subject heading.
This is very interesting and very creative of you to send picture of your cup. Unfortunately it is out of focus so I could not see all the symbols within symbols that you talked about. However, I was able to tune into your cup-something I never did before through pictures; perhaps I will consider working in this way in the future Thank you!
Now, the peacock is about being proud of an achievement or of yourself. Mouse is an 'OK' symbol; but the rat means loss (of money). My feelings are you must take it easy on yourself (rat yelling at peacock, etc.) and allow one chapter to close before you open a new one with a new partner.
I feel your new partner is afraid of commitment (rabbit) but is also an OK person (rabbits are loveable animals). So go slowly, give her and yourself some space to sort out your problems (animals within peacock's belly and at his feet) then see if you both still want to get together; otherwise this could be a new opportunity that you loose (rat).
I do not divide cup in two halves man/woman; although there is no reason why this should not work-I always encourage one to use their intuitive symbols and way of working. So when you see a symbol that you do not know who or what it means, just ask in your mind, and you will get an answer! To find out more as to how I read the cup, please listen to this podcast. Just click and wait few minutes for it to download:
Psychic Coffee-Cup Readings
This podcast is an extract from a recent telephone conversation I had with a caller from the United States, who visited my web site and wanted to know how to interpret symbols in a coffee cup. We discussed specific symbols (horse, crown, moon and anchor), and how to go about reading the coffee cup. It is podcast here with her permission. www.psychicpodcasts.com
The bottom of cup is white-this means all will end well.
Generally I feel this is a good time for you to focus on improving your financial situations (lumps of coffee mean money for me also); and give yourself and your new partner space to sort out your own individual problems first; and then see if you want to resume a relationship. This will allow you to be proud of yourself, raise your self esteem so that you would attract a partner on the same level-without problems.
Hope above helps
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