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zorya
28-04-2003, 11:01
i have a well defined letter M near the bottom of my palm, can anyone tell me what this might mean?

hope i can describe this clearly :D
it is on my right (dominant) hand. it is formed by splits in both my life and my fate lines.

my life line splits, one part to curve under my thumb and the other to branch toward the lunar mount.

my fate line splits at the same level. one branch goes down and meets the heart line, the other branch goes into the lunar mount.

the right branches of both lines parallel as do the left branches of both. it makes a perfect and strong /\/\

Str4Berryan9eL
28-04-2003, 12:09
Zorya,
I don't know much about palm reading, but I have a Y on the bottom of my right hand. I think everyone has some kind of "letter" on their hand. Who knows what this means? We may never know. :P Do you have any palm reading books? If not you should get one or ask someone who is experienced in palm reading. Sorry I couldn't help that much, I'm new at this. Good luck!

Umbrae
28-04-2003, 13:28
Ehwaz

This is the Rune of the fetch or fylgia, that serves a person between the worlds, that acts in tandem with humans.

Alissa
28-04-2003, 13:29
zorya, can you email me a jpg of your hand? Can you scan it and send? I might be able to help if I get my eyeball on it :D

make sure you put something like palm reading in the "re:" line, or I may accidently delete it....

zorya
28-04-2003, 14:20
umbrae,
now why didn't i think of that ;)

alissa,
i wish i did have a scanner! sorry my description wasn't any help. the only thing i can add to it, is that my life line split, looks as though the line could just as easily go either way. the fate line goes more naturally into the lunar mount. (following the line, i mean) the right branch is just as deep as the left, but looks like it is more of a branch.
.................................../ . /
................................../ . (
................................./\ . /\
................................/ . \/. \

Alissa
28-04-2003, 15:42
Hmmm, well from just this much I'm jus going to have to take a rough guess at this....

I would say first that you tend to take an extremely fatalistic approach to life.

You feel yourself coming from two entirely separate identities, or sources, or your overall personality. One side is connected deeply with family, and family obligations (where the M touches the life line). The other side is completely independant from this family source, and perhaps from it's moral codes and teachings of right and wrong while growing up.

Also, you've come into this life to devote a good deal of your personal focus into channeling sources from the unconscious (the lunar mount stem you mention). This would sometimes result in a "natural psychic" type line that travels low and across the lunar mount, in my experience.

Despite the seeming disparity of these sometimes radically diffrent life views, you have the ability to meld them together in a more "seamless" manner. (This is what the connecting points of the M might suggest).

I don't know if any of that is applicable, and it's just going off some basic technique info in trying to analyze your despcription and drawing (which helped a lot~!)

cheers ~z~

zorya
29-04-2003, 07:17
thanks so much alissa! i've wanted to know this for ages.

fatalistic huh.... i like to think i'm getting better about that, lol.

the two separate sources sound alot like me. i am very aware of the part of me that is not as 'earthbound' for lack of better word. it is just as much a part of my consciousness as the part of me that is. this is a tad complex... i have completely cut myself off from my parents however my immediate family ie my husband and children, i am deeply connected to.

... and the personal focus thing... absolutely!!!

this is very interesting to me, as it describes my personal focus in this life (might i assume 'purpose'?) the same as my astro chart.

very cool! thanks again alissa :)

Alissa
30-04-2003, 03:33
zorya, I'm just glad there's something there to help you at least! I'd still prefer to actually *see* it, but we'll just make do ;).

Also, got more to say about the lines you're describing ...

Are you familiar with Doreen Virtue's book "Earth Angels"? It deals with those who incarnate in this life to be here to provide assistance to Earth in this time of need, be they "angels," or a host of other categories which she addresses.

Since reading this book, I've felt a new ability to visually see some of the physical characteristics (that she describes in detail) in others I encounter. And, a few of them I've read palms for and lo and behold ... they all see to bear this same orgination pattern for their "destiny" line.

The line seems to originate usually from a fork (2 separate identity sources), although I've seen a trident as well (on a Starperson).

AND your M sounds a lot more familiar now too. I've been looking at my hand some more in that area.

I've always had a dual line at the center/base of my palm whose meaning I have yet to discover. It's right between my destiny line and my life line. BUT if you exteneded the lines, it would make an M, much like you're describing. I'd never seen it that way before.

I've taken a picture and if I can get it shrunk nicely in photoshop, I'll post it here for all to see. If not, I'll email it to you without the shrinkage. Hopefully it will help in looking at your own palm. (?)

Ok, I've got the pic linked and tweaked the color to bring out the lines. I hope it helps, although it's blurry.

Cheers!

Dark Eyes
30-04-2003, 17:17
Alissa, the pic is really good! I have always wondered if one could post pics through the forum, I wonder if the full hand could be done? I guess one has to have photoshop.
Well done Alissa, Good explanation of the letter "'M" also, I didn't think of it that way.
Regards Dark Eyes

Dark Eyes
30-04-2003, 17:37
Zorya,
I may have interpreted it something like this,
The fate line splits near the bottom, indicating a family influence in the establishment of the persons career. Possibly a conflict in this area, whereby the person wishes to be independent, but the parents influence is kinda enforced onto them. This can be a positive, but usually negative influence.
The life line splits at the bottom, indicating a wish to travel possible travel later in life. In the old palmistry, it indicated "death in a foreign land "!! hehehehe ! We do not adhere to the old palmistry though, I strongly believe that the wish to travel overseas and a desire to explore foreign shores is very apt in modern day palmistry. The old palmists were unfortunately very fatalistic, very influenced by disaster and death. Fortunately, those old traditions in palmistry were just that.... tradition and superstition. Those beliefs are not relevent today. So do not worry. The lifeline split is a fortunate marking !!
The fact that both these splits meet to form an "M" I think could be coincidence, but I agree that what Alisssa described could hold some weight also. In some books, the letter "M" stands for "MONEY" and good fortune. In some others... it stands for the beginning letter of ones lovers or partners name.
hehehehe..... Palmistry is very intriguing, I love it, it never fails to surprise me with its accuracy in the modern style we now use.
Best wishes Dark Eyes.

zorya
01-05-2003, 05:47
alissa,
yes! you have an 'M' too! mine is very similar, but deeper and seems to be more of a natural extension of the life and destiny lines. my forks are a bit different as well, as it looks as if they could go either way rather then appearing as branching off.

looks like it's time for me to read 'earth angels'. it's been on my 'to read' list for some time now, lol.

thanks again!

zorya
01-05-2003, 06:19
Originally posted by Dark Eyes
The fate line splits near the bottom, indicating a family influence in the establishment of the persons career. Possibly a conflict in this area, whereby the person wishes to be independent, but the parents influence is kinda enforced onto them. This can be a positive, but usually negative influence.

~~~the word conflict was accurate when it came to my relationship with my parents, lol... but i totally went my own way. they had zero influence. in fact, we have not had any relationship for over a decade. as i am a stay at home mom, i suppose one could say that influences my career, but i see that as a choice.

"The life line splits at the bottom, indicating a wish to travel possible travel later in life."
~~~ my husband and i did quite a bit of traveling in our late 20's and early 30's. (before kids). it would be great if this meant there was more travel in store! ... and heck, doesn't matter much to me where i die. we all have to die somewhere :D

"The fact that both these splits meet to form an "M" I think could be coincidence, but I agree that what Alisssa described could hold some weight also."
~~~i really know very little about palm reading, but i find it hard to believe it is just coincidence. the connection between these splits is very strong, and it continues down at least a cm, before curving to the right. it seems that by connecting my life and destiny lines, it might be saying that my destiny is a major/conscious? part of my life and visa versa.

"In some books, the letter "M" stands for "MONEY" and good fortune. In some others... it stands for the beginning letter of ones lovers or partners name."
~~~well i know it doesn't stand for money in my case, hahaha. my husbands name does indeed start with an m. ... but then michael has been the most popular boys name for ages, so there are pretty good odds for that one, lol.

thanks dark eyes! ..and i am really glad that palmistry is being discussed here again.

Dark Eyes
01-05-2003, 17:21
Hi there again Zorya,
Yes I do agree with you that is very unlikely a coincidence that these two lines split and meet to form an "M". All lines go certain ways for very specific reasons, though not always obvious.
The lifeline, is the line that I believe represents your root chakra,or your ability to be grounded in life.
Generally, where it splits can signify a change in attitude or a change in life direction.. It splits, showing your energies are divided, one line continuing along the course your life has been following, the other a change at some point in your life. Your life is not as grounded when the line splits, and in the area described it does tend to mean a desire to travel or experience other things, sometimes more adventurous experiences other than the norm. If the lifeline hugs close to the thumb, usually the person is cautious, but when it veers away at the bottom, there is a more outgoing sense of adventure.
The fate (or career ) line also has a split. I may have not described the meaning here as accurately as I could have.
In most cases, where a fate line comes from outside or from the Luna area, the person has independence as far as career or life path goes, often with intuitive or spiritual influence, or dealing with the public. Influences from "other than family" are involved in the life path the person takes.
When the fate line comes from inside the lifeline, this is when there is parental influence of some description in the clients life path.
If there is a split with part coming from the luna area, and a split heading towards the lifeline, I would read it as a conflict between what the client wants and what his/her parents want . The client being drawn two ways from a quite young age, torn between pleasing parents and doing what they know is right for themself.
In reading the combination of both lines splitting and meeting, I would conclude that your adventurous or independent split (from lifeline) interferred with your parental intervention (split from fateline) and thus formed an "M". This "M" may well stand for "move out of the way mum and dad, I will do it my way.
you may or may not agree with this, It is difficult without seeing the rest of the hand to give an accurate analysis. Many other factors must be taken into account in order to get close to the true meaning .
I have a very faint "M" myself in the same spot, but I am very close to my parents.
I have however done things my way, they have had an influence on my life, fortunately for me has been positive. I am adventurous, but stubborn. I like taking risks, but I have a very cautious and conservative side indicated by inflexible fingers and a lifeline that is joined to my headline for a fair distance. I am independent though.
Anyway, I don't know if this makes sense to you, but that's how I would read it.
Best wishes Dark Eyes.

amyel
02-05-2003, 12:51
So, Dark Eyes, Alissa, what about an "X" on the palm?

I read in one palimstry book - but only one - that an x anywhere on the palm indicates pyschic ability. I have 4 of them - and they don't seem to be made from crossings of my major lines, either - just like random "x's". One is right below my first finger, one is on the fleshy mound just above my thumb, one is pretty much below my ring finger & the final one I can see most easily is large and right in the middle of my palm. They are on my dominate hand, although I aslo have some on my other hand, too. I haven't always had them - they've developed and waned over over time. Sometimes they are stronger & more visible then other times. So what *do* these mean????

Dark Eyes
02-05-2003, 17:18
Hi there Amyel.
I will get back to you on the markings on your palm, I am out for the evening, but will certainly try to post an explanation as soon as I have time to put one together.

Will reply soon... Dark Eyes.

Dark Eyes
09-05-2003, 20:57
Hi Amyel,
sorry, it has taken a while to get back to you.I have been a bit busy, and I like to spend time interpreting these things, so I am still working on it for you.
I would just like to know if the x's are crosses, or if you look closely perhaps some of them are stars like this * only bigger. The one in the middle of youyr palm would most probably be the mystic cross (cross of intuition), or Saint Andrews cross. Is the large one in the middle of your palm between the lifeline and fate line? or between the headline and heartline?? Perhaps you have both. Anyway, post this info to me and I will try to interpret them for you. Thanks
Dark Eyes. :0

Alissa
10-05-2003, 01:23
Originally posted by amyel
So, Dark Eyes, Alissa, what about an "X" on the palm?

I read in one palimstry book - but only one - that an x anywhere on the palm indicates pyschic ability. I have 4 of them - and they don't seem to be made from crossings of my major lines, either - just like random "x's". One is right below my first finger, one is on the fleshy mound just above my thumb, one is pretty much below my ring finger & the final one I can see most easily is large and right in the middle of my palm. They are on my dominate hand, although I aslo have some on my other hand, too. I haven't always had them - they've developed and waned over over time. Sometimes they are stronger & more visible then other times. So what *do* these mean????

Sorry for such a late response, amyel, I just found this thread :)

I agree with DE, that it could be either a cross or a star that you're describing.

Crosses, especially the mystic cross, can be a sign of strong intuition. I read intuition entirely differently ... and in a way that flies in the face of all "established" palmistry methods (but that's typical of me). I don't deal much with crosses, and DE's explanation sounds faboo to me for how to interpret them.

A star is way different though. The one in your fleshy thumb mound may be an indication that there are some extremely difficult matters you're dealing with in this time that is literally sucking your energy into it, especially if the lines run deep here or pit the palm.

The thumb's mound of Venus is typically an area that shows stresses and concerns. A star there is fairly untypical, in my experience. It may also mean you give too much importance to mundane trivial concerns, and that you *let* them steal away your attention and inner strength.

A "cross" below your first finger, depending on what you're describing, could be actually be a "teacher's square". I'd have to see it to really be sure (typical palm reader answer eh?)

A star centered there is considered by Cheiro to be a sign of "great honor, power and position, ambition gratified, and the ultimate success and triumph of the individual." Happy news there eh? A star that is not centered, but in the region, shows one with great ambition, "but unless the rest of the hand be exceptionally fine, it does not promise distinction r power to the individual." (Cheiro, p.121).

Below the ring finger (on the Sun mound), a star often indicates someone who is involved in the arts, especially performance arts, and when well developped, it can be an indication of someone who spends time onstage in this pursuit. I see it most often with people who have several fingers that are well apart from the rest -- another indication that this person likes to set themselves apart from others, enjoys flaunting convention and drawing attention to themselves (all good traits for a performer ;)).

A cross that's large and in the middle of the palm sounds like what DE has already described to me too, so I don't have anything to add there.

I dunno ... it's always tricky when not looking at the real hand, but maybe some of those basics are helpful. :)

Dark Eyes
10-05-2003, 01:50
Hi there Alissa,
I like your interpretations. I agree with them all. I would like to know whether they are crosses or stars, like you, I know the meanings are very different. It also helps to know how large they are, in some cases. Sometimes, the size of the marking doesn't matter, but I would like to get a more overall description.
The cross of intuition, and St Andrews cross are quite different meanings too, so position is important.
To be continued, Nice to hear from you Alissa, we will be in touch again I am sure.
Take care, and bye for now. D.E. ;)

amyel
10-05-2003, 12:52
Dark Eyes & Alissa, sorry I haven't responded sooner - I've been pretty tired and haven't been on-line for a few days.

I've taken a good, hard look at the markings on my palm, under a good light & my stepson's magnifying glass, and these are definitely "x's", just like the letter X - not a cross like a "t" or a star.

The one in the middle of my palm seems pretty much dead center to me, and is between my heart & head lines (these are two near the top of the palm, right?). There is a tiny one just below it just below my....head line (the one in the middle of the hand).

The "teacher's square" Now this is interesting, because I used to have a square here (and I am a corporate trainer!) - and this still appears on my other hand - but this one on my dominate hand is now an X. No square. :(

The mound of venus....well, either interpretation you provide, Alissa, could be true. I am dealing with some difficult matters, and I do tend to get wrapped in "mundane" worries. :)

My degree is in the arts, although my job and lesuire pursuits aren't in the arts. I have been accused of being a bit of a performer, though. And my fingers are a bit wider spaced then most - I actually have a bit of a squared off appearence where the fingers meet the palm.

Thanks for your insights, Alissa & Dark Eyes! I find palmistry fascinating, but it is rather difficult to learn solely from a book.

Alissa
11-05-2003, 05:32
Originally posted by amyel
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The one in the middle of my palm seems pretty much dead center to me, and is between my heart & head lines (these are two near the top of the palm, right?). There is a tiny one just below it just below my....head line (the one in the middle of the hand).

If it is attached to your destiny line, it is considered a sign of success after long hardships in life, a fortune marking but one with a bit of baggage attached, so to speak.

If it stands alone, it is a mystic cross, and speaks of one with fine degrees of intution, a natural.


The "teacher's square" Now this is interesting, because I used to have a square here (and I am a corporate trainer!) - and this still appears on my other hand - but this one on my dominate hand is now an X. No square. :(


:D Yup. Your lines change. Your life changed, you're not teaching. No square. I used to have the most killer writer's fork on my head line when I was novelling often.

Now, no novels. No fork.


My degree is in the arts, although my job and lesuire pursuits aren't in the arts. I have been accused of being a bit of a performer, though. And my fingers are a bit wider spaced then most - I actually have a bit of a squared off appearence where the fingers meet the palm.)


Someone connected to the arts in any administrative or related ways would definitely apply to a star on the sun mound!

Your fingers make me think of you being an extremely pragmatic person in how you approach things, mentally, when you make decisions. But I would need to see your head line to verify that ;).

amyel
13-05-2003, 09:42
Thanks Alissa. I wish I had a scanner. I could send you a scan of my hand then. But the rabbit chewed the cord, and now that we have a digital camera, we don't really have need of a scanner.

Talking about synchroncitic events, though: Yesterday, hubs & I went out with Marion, and we were sitting in this coffee shop. Right behind us this table of three starting talking about palmistry! I confess I eveasdropped just bit - and thought "Wow! This is kismit!".

Dark Eyes
13-05-2003, 20:59
Hi Amyel,
It does seem as though you have the mystic cross in the centre of your palm, and as Alissa reported, this indicates a keen interest in mysticism. It marks an ability to think intuitively, and where one has a gut feeling , usually always correct. From what I can gather, it is in the position indicating a serious attitude regarding psychic interests and matters, also in religious or occult studies or subjects.
A small faint cross attached to the headline, or just below it can indicate some anger that is hanging around. usually it is to do with issues of support, perhaps there was a period of your life where you felt unsupported or betrayed, and as a result, you have some anger hanging around still. Also there could be some injury to the head, or a period of great mental strain if the cross touches the headline.
The cross, where the teachers square was once, can sometimes mean intrinsic happiness within a relationship. Great and fullfilling happiness. I agree with Alissa, the teachers square can fade if teaching is no longer a growing concern. The cross under the index finger can also mean strong leadership abilities, power and assertion, though it would be more indicative if it were a star, but perhaps there could be very very faint lines crossing through the cross on one of your hands. Strong ambition is also indicated here. This does depend on your index finger and it's overall structure.
The star on the fleshy mount at the top of thumb mound, (this is your mount of mars) indicates courage, if a star is found it shows exceptional courage, if a cross, then this is the start of the star to come.It can show a willingness to accept consequences of ones actions, also to get up again when knocked down. If the mount is very red though, it can show anger and even beligerence, and rage in some cases. This could again be anger from the past, not dealt with yet.
the cross on the fleshy pad below the ring finger, as Alissa said, is a sign of creative ability , on a large scale if it is a star. A very individual person, with exceptional creative ability.A very good imagination is shown here. Good fortune was indicated in the old palmistry books. The down side of this, is if the gift of this cross or star is not being used. It can lead to apathy and a feeling of low self esteem. Like everybody is against you, and puts you down, even though it isn't true.
The fact that all these markings are on the dominant hand would tell us that these markings are a part of your public side, the part of you that you have shown publicly or are developing now. Lines do change. If they are also on your passive (or private) hand, the meanings are much more certain, usually means they are inherent or inborn traits.
Amyel, if I think of any other explanations, I will write again. The large spaces between fingers is a sign of a free spirit,and quite an open individual. A person who thinks and acts very independently, can be daring too.. Also, perhaps not too concerned with money, perhaps money falls through your fingers. A square gap between the index finger and the middle finger will reveal a high achieving businessperson, perhaps a lawyer.
Hope this helps, please let us know if you need any more info.
Regards Dark Eyes.

amyel
16-05-2003, 09:25
Dark Eyes,

WOW. You & Alissa are bang on! One would think you know me personally!!!!

Thanks alot! I appreciate the time both of you took to respond to my little question about a few crosses on my palm!

Alissa
16-05-2003, 13:06
Very insightful additions to the markings, Dark Eyes! I love hearing a "comparison" reading like this as it's really stimulating to me to hear other's with such fantastic takes on palmistry~!

Your description of someone who has money slip through their fingers is one which in hindsight seems so important that I may just have to add that one in my own methodology, so thank you thank you!

Obviously, I loved it, DE~! :D

Dark Eyes
16-05-2003, 18:27
Amyel,
you are most welcome for the reading, if you need more just ask.
Palmistry is the passion of my life, and like Alissa, I do take it seriously and have been working with it and studying it intently for many years.Even still, and I am sure Alissa will agree, it happens sometimes that you come across a marking or line that cannot be explained. This can be frustrating, but it just inspires me to dig and study as deeply as I can to get to the bottom of them. It is a fascinating subject, and I encourage anybody interested to delve further. Be prepared, there is so much more than you could initially imagine, but you will not be disappointed I assure you.
Thankyou Alissa for your kind and encouraging words. I too feel relief to be able to compare/contrast insights, ideas, and interpretations in Palmistry with someone who takes it seriously and obviously knows where they are coming from. I love the subject and particularly I love the feeling I get when I can advise and help people to see their capabilities and possibilities. The positive encouragement in readings changes people forever. Hands are amazing , and the information available in them is so enormous, it still blows me away on a daily basis.
Looking forward to much much more Alissa, and I love learning from you too.
Happy palm reading
with encouragement and regards
D.E.

DEVILtonight
23-10-2004, 04:57
is this sitll active? quite interested

zorya
23-10-2004, 05:18
hi deviltonight,

you can always post your questions and maybe someone will answer.

in the meantime, an index for the palmistry study group threads can be found at the top of the divination forum, or by clicking here (http://www.tarotforum.net/showthread.php?s=&threadid=21432). maybe they will give you answers to some of your questions.

DEVILtonight
24-10-2004, 04:21
hmmm, just deleted a long entry that doesnt seem to make any sense, so decided to webcam-pix mypalm... this is my dominant hand, right, although i was left-handed when i was young. anyone interested to decipher?

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v292/willowhippo/mepalm02.jpg
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v292/willowhippo/mepalm.jpg

also, my life line, there's two, am a bit confused... have a teacher's square just under myheart line, below my middle finger. headline has 2 or 3 branches... ther'es one line running through the head line, so am not sure if the bottom line belong to that line or my head line

Alissa
24-10-2004, 04:32
Hi DEVILtonight,

I can tell you a few things just from this glance....

You are not an impulsive person - your life line and head line are attached at the origination point.

It looks like you have a well developed writer's fork on your head line, which would show a tendency to do quite a bit of writing on your own part. The top fork shows another fork, which shows an even greater ability to tap into the subconscious and use this gift to apply itself in the real world.

Your heart line does not meet the fingers, which tells me you hold yourself away from others. You are likely the kind of person who does not use the word "friend" lightly... and as such, you consider yourself someone with very few "real friends." However, this does not stop you from feeling things deeply in your life, as your heart line is very well marked, and deep.

I'm afraid I can't quite make out a teacher's square, but one in the position you describe would tell me you use this gift more on the heart level than the mental level, when teaching.

Hope these ideas help!

DEVILtonight
24-10-2004, 07:11
Thanks Alissa! It did help///

hmmm...i consider myself impulsive, but not for big matters. and spot on on the writing! love churning out fictions, although have neglected it recently n suffeirng from a writer's block. =(

btw, what does it mean tap into the subconcious? sometimes i'd get this 'shaking dreams', although not physically. my mind is alert but physically i'm not. at first, these dreams are the same, a blond lady pointing to a cottage. now it's like normal dreams, though still shaking,.. the diff is that after that, when i open my eyes, i'd see shapes, objects for a moment. eyelids as screens. could that be the subconscious mentioned?

true, there are only a few important friends in my life although have many friends. actually that line does touch my finge,r but it's VERY faint.

also, i have quite a lot of faint lines under my middle finger (there's a cross there) and some running diagonally towards the thumb acrossthe end of mylifeline. there's one single line running through myheadline... is that the fate line? it has two branches; one short and the other long(almost near to the bottom of palm).

[mystic cross?] there's a cross just above the 'island' in my life line and one line crosses the short (suspected) fate line. other, two crosses under my index finger, though very close to the side

my life line, which should i read, there's two! one originated from head line which is quite short and the other seemingly originating from the middle the extends to the top and bottom...the latter looks more complete though...

[digress: how did u learn all these? even with information here,i find it hard to distinguish what line is which except for head, heart and life]

Alissa
25-10-2004, 02:31
Originally posted by DEVILtonight
btw, what does it mean tap into the subconcious?

my life line, which should i read, there's two! one originated from head line which is quite short and the other seemingly originating from the middle the extends to the top and bottom...the latter looks more complete though...

[digress: how did u learn all these? even with information here,i find it hard to distinguish what line is which except for head, heart and life] :D Question 1 : The area of the hand called the Mount of Luna, or Mount of Moon, is the edge of the palm along the pinkie side, but low and near the wrist. The longer the Head line, the more it reaches this area, this Mount, which symbolizes the subconscious mind. Therefore, a long head line with many branches in the mount of Luna shows an ability to reach this subconscious, most often through creativity.

Question 2 : You do have two life lines. If anyone is following these threads, and looking to see an unusual palm, I recommend they look at your hand. It is a good example of a truly broken life line.

My hypothesis is you have (or will, I don't know your age) radically reinvented your life. There is one life that will come to it's termination point around the age of 35, and another life will be the one you live, quite strongly, as the lower line grows strong, in your later life. Whether or not this reinvention is due ot a health reason is uncertain, but the life line is a measure of a person's vitalaity.

Question 3 : I've only been studying palmistry for a few years, and honestly there is much about it I still have yet to learn. For good resources on Palmistry, I recommend Cheiro's book as a resource, and I rather liked the beginners/intermediate palmistry book "Revealing Hands" as well.

I'm sorry I'm not able to really get into more with your palm, but I do encourage you to keep studying the subject if it piques your interest!

NeXoRiouS
25-10-2004, 03:29
All along my lifeline and head line on both my hands are braided together but only until recently my dominant hand (left) has some significant changes. Not only is it a big difference between both hands, there is a break on the braided line on my dominant hand. It's not actually a break. Well it moved upwards thus leaving only my sister line left connected. It's as though my sister line has become my life line and the remaining becoming head line.

I know it's very confusing but I can't scan right now as my hands have blisters as it will blur the line.

Any idea why is there a sudden shift upwards? The whole braided line has literally gone up.

Not only that, of all the hands I've seen, I have the most messy hands, lots of lines lying everywhere. Few months back the lines seem to have gone but until recently they came back again.

An interesting to note also, all along I don't have the intuition on both hands. Only until recently this intution line starts to appear and seems to grow longer and it's only within milimeters reach to my heart line.

My life is on a roller coaster...

Alissa
25-10-2004, 15:10
As you can see, it's very true, NeX... the lines on our hands really do change over time!

It's hard to picture your palm without a scan, but perhaps that will soon be possible. :D

The fact that your hand has many scattered lines, and some of them have disappeared, only to reappear, tells me that your life has been absolutely haphazard - this is drastic, this is like facing homelessness, or living literally from meal to meal, or moving every few months, never having a stable home. When the lines clear up, your life must be in a more managable and stable state.

DEVILtonight
25-10-2004, 23:56
Alissa, thank you muchly for the time n knowledge!

i nvr knew abt mount of moon/luna, but that'll go into my notes... thanks again =P

quite interested in palmistry,although the books abt it here in M'sia is well above my budget...costs around ringgit m'sia 100 perbook... even for cheiro's, that's why u'd find me hovering over the net for info XD