The Line Of Sun In Palm Reading
Functions of the Sun Line
It is the Line of capability, expressive of he possible accomplishments in which the subject would excel.
It shows sufficient talent and intelligence which may lead to success and happiness if properly used.
Rising from the wrist running through the hand - Possession of great talent
Rising from the Line of Fate - Success through personal efforts and merits.
Rising from the Mount of Moon - Success or failure through the influence of external factors
Rising from the Plain of Mars - A stubborn nature coupled with sufficient self-confidence and right resolution to achieve success - hands of a self-made person.
Rising from the Line of Head - Success achieved late in life.
Rising from the Line of Heart - A favorable sign revealing good tastes and adequate talents useful in old age.
Rising from the Line of life - Great interest in fine arts and occult study.
Characteristic features of the Sun Line
Long and uncrossed - Riches
Straight and strong - Fame in art
Well formed in both the hands - Successful career.
Very broad and shallow - Showy.
Very deep - Exaggeration of one's art.
A clear, deep and well-cut Line - Brilliant success assured -clear cut aim in life.
Poorly formed Line - Superficial Love of arts.
Chained Line - Inherent talents not properly recognized.
A wavy line - Vacillating career - erratic and unreliable.
Several vertical Lines present - Diversity of interest - difficult to attain success.
Twisted - Permanent failure accompanied by wickedness and misery.
Zigzagged line and the Heart line is shallow or absent - A high degree of infidelity and misconduct.
Long and uncrossed with twisted fingers - Talent for evil purposes.
A branch from the Line rises to the Mount of Mercury - Distinguished success in the direction of business, scientific pursuits and in the power of expression;
A branch from the Line merging into the Head Line - Success through mental caliber
Deeply marked on the Mount of Sun with pronounced Mount of Jupiter and Mercury - Aptitude for fine literary work.
Marks On Line
An island on the Line - Serious loss of money or reputation.
Bars cutting the Line - Constant impediments to success.
Breaks in the Line - Versatility that brings neither money nor fame to the subject
Dots on the Line - Menace to the reputation of the subject.
Ends in a dot - Indication of a brilliant success.
Begins with a star and ends with a star - Brilliant success throughout life.
A cross at the end - Protection from evils of all sorts.
An island at the end - Later portion of life dull and insipid.
A fork at the end - Subject's talents in more than one direction.
Trident on the - Celebrity - wealth from mental efforts.
Ends in a tassel - Talents fritter away in so many directions and accomplishments nil.
A star at the end - Success due to the assistance and good-will of others
Rising Offshoots - Increases the good effect of the Line.