|The large rock on the side, with the
letter "J" beside it, speaks of a
forthcoming vexation or trouble caused by
someone whose name begins with "J." The
necklace and jewelry beyond, with scattered
dots around, give a cheerful assurance to
the consultant of coming prosperity. This is
further emphasized by the circle of dots
above the letter "C" in the centre. As the
initial is large, it probably indicates the
name of the place from which the source of
wealth may be anticipated; and that much
happiness will come to the consultant in the
future, is shown by the dancing figure and
carved figures being in conjunction.
The small basket, the sausage, and roll of
bread, with the query and "2" beyond, all
point to the fact that the consultant will
have little complaints and grumbles to put
up with, and there will be some doubt as to
which of two people is most to blame. But it
will be only a small ripple upon the
otherwise smooth surface of the consultant's
Letter "J" in conjunction.
Large ornamental "C."
Circle of dots above.
Figure of girl dancing with arm upraised
In centre near circle
Large sausage with roll of bread in
The numeral "4," beside the
shapeless leaves, and the line leading from
this to the flat rock beyond, indicate that
in about four days the consultant may expect
to meet with obstacles in the way of some
prospective outing or pleasure, which will
probably fall through.
The corkscrew, with the letter "C" in
conjunction, signifies vexatious curiosity
as to the consultant's private concerns, on
the part of persons whose names begin with
these initials. But that it is merely a
passing annoyance is shown by the symbol of
the arch, and dancing figures above it, and,
with the fig tree beyond, foretells the
development of things most wished for, and
much future happiness and prosperity.
The anvil in the centre, with the branches
of a tree in conjunction, suggests that it
will be largely owing to the consultant's
energy that this hopeful outlook in the
future may safely be predicted.
Dancing figures above.
Line leading to flat rock.
Branches of a tree.
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