Lines Related To Mental Nature
More than a dozen lines provide information about an individual's mental nature (Figure: A1). Few people's hands contain all of these lines, but palmists are likely to find at least one or two of them on a person's hand.
The of girdle f Venus
A much fainter line than the major lines of lift, head. and heart, the girdle of Venus (A) lies slightly horizontal above the line of heart. It is sometimes seen in two or three parts. People with the girdle of Venus can be unusually bright, entertaining, emotional, and prone to hypochondria. The line also stands for a love of luxury, sensitivity, and, sometimes, sensuality. I've seen it equally on the hands of men and women, interior decoration and also rugged outdoorsmen.
The line of intuition (moon line)
The line of intuition (J) (also known as the moon line) lies, as it should, on the mount of Luna and is a curved and distinct line. It has long been associated with people involved in metaphysics and the occult. However, many intuitives, psychics, and metaphysical teachers I've met do not have this curved line. More often, I've seen it in the hands of people who take risks with their beliefs and who follow their own paths.
The ring of Saturn
This small half-ring or eyelash-shaped line (B) beneath the finger of Saturn, which can be a temporary sign, shows a loss of energy and pen-chant for melancholia, as well as a tendency toward unfinished projects and business.
The ring of Solomon
The ring of Solomon (C). another half-ring, found beneath the finger of Jupiter, can be a very favorable sign, because it belongs to the natural adept, psychic, or meta-physician. Such leanings are inherent to people who possess this line without formal instruction or study. In fact, they often become metaphysical teachers.
A series of short vertical lines on the mount of Mercury called healer's marks (D) belong to people with natural abilities to help others heal emotionally, physically, and spiritually. Healer's marks can be found on the hands of nurses and others in the healing profession, but I've seen them many times on the hands of people in a variety of professions who simply know how to listen and offer comfort to others free of judgment. These people seem unaware of their abilities but often have a dearth of friends.
St. Andres's Cross
A marking (E) with a meaning similar to that of healer's marks can he found in either the shape of a cross or a small, semi-horizontal line lying between the line of life and the line of fate. It belongs on the hands of those who give aid and are deeply concerned with the welfare of others, often on a global scale. [http://indianpalmreading.blogspot.in]
The escape or avoidance line
This short horizontal line (F) at the bottom of the line of life, which may or may not touch the line of life, belongs on the hands of people who try to escape from life and responsibilities. Often they channel their energies into drugs, alcohol, and other unhealthy habits.
The line of stubbornness
Indicating a stubborn nature, this distinct line (G) is found on the in-side of the thumb above the bottom line that separates the thumb from the mount of Venus. Ironically, it sits in the overall area of the phalange that stands for logic. This line can also represent a tenacious, persistent nature.
The temper lines
The temper lines (H) lie just below the line of stubbornness on the thumb and just above the lines that make up the second joint, closest to the mount of Venus. Frequently they are seen with the line of stubbornness, indicating a quick temper. [http://indianpalmreading.blogspot.in]
The curiosity line
A short horizontal line on the mount of Jupiter near the side of the hand, the curiosity line (I) adds to a person's curious nature. If it's chan-neled in the right direction, such as following through on wanting to find the right answers to a question (as opposed to just being a busybody), the curiosity can provide benefits to the person's life, as he or she tends not to be bored or boring. It is placed further outside than the Ring of Solomon (C), sometimes beginning on the outside of the palm.