Here are some answers to the multitudes
of questions I receive each week that have been posed since Palmistry / Hand
Analysis Newsletter edition 109 was published.
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If we consider this (B) to be a second Line of
Fate it tells us that early in life and ranging until about the mid thirties
of age you will easily receive the support and help of outsiders to achieve
your goals. Even the placement of your second Line of Fate and the fading
out of both fate lines, tells us that you will make a change in your mid
thirties from your original career pathway. The fact that the (B) line
makes an X with your psychic triangle may be telling you that you need
to be open and trust your psychic insight during that time of your life
as it is one of the gifts you have to see how to create and manage your
life's change at that time. The presence of these two types of Fate Lines
also tell us that you are self driven and yet are open to the support of
others. This is a positive way to get things done as a leader.
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QUESTION # 3. Hi, I recently came across your website, and while there was a lot of info about triangles in the palm - nothing was mentioned about circles... What does it mean when a half moon or semi-circle is found at the end of the fate line? Sarah, USA. Sarah, this is a good point and opens the way for some fun information to be shared with everyone. So I picked your question to be my favorite for this newsletter.
Circles and crescents can be found on the backs of the hands, the knuckles, in the palm (on the mounts, the lines, and in the dermal patterns), on the fingers, and on the bracelet area of the hand. Obviously we cannot cover the separate meanings of each all these areas within this newsletter.
The circle is an absolutely ancient symbol. It can be symbolic for the sun, the planets, a bull's eye (Telling me ,the reader, to target a certain area of the hand as important.), or it can speak of a completion.
To find a circle within the dermal pattern area of the palm is rare. However if discovered there - a perfect circle can mean a weakness of an organ or actual immune system deficiency depending upon where in the palm one finds it. For example the mount areas under the fingers is the area of the chest, lungs and breast.
I think of the circle as coming about full circle - a completion. Some others read it as seeing that the owner is going in circles rambling in confusion unable to find a pathway or to ever complete something. Actually I usually read the circle to mean a full completion of a desired goal - when I see it on theft Line I read it as a sign of enlightenment achieved after an initiation is completed. Initiations can be trials in our lives that we must face and go on through.
Finding a circle on a Line of Apollo can mean great good and success. Finding a circle on any part of the Apollo finger or its mount is a sure sign of success. Many of the old palmistry books place fearful ideas around the circle if found anywhere else in the palm. I have always wondered why and not found the old, "It means you will drown." idea to not be true. The sun is a circle it is filled with light , brightness and magnetism to hold together the Universe and to radiate warmth - and I read circles to be that.
A crescent also conjures up some old palmistry gypsy ideas that can be disturbing too- so much is written about mental illnesses and instability as an association with a crescent. Depending upon it's direction a crescent can be telling of timing around a moon's phase when it is seen on a line or a knuckle on the back of the hand. If the crescent is facing - ( - then it can be talking about the first half of the moon's cycle before the full moon. If it is facing - ) - it can be telling of the later half of the moon's cycle.
Most of the time it would be safe to read that the crescent represents the feminine, the intuitive and the psychic. So finding it at the end of your fate line can mean that you will direct your fate by intuition. If the psychic cross is also present in your palm it might tell us that you will be working with the intuitive side of life to earn you best good through. If this crescent is sitting like a bowl it can mean that your basket is full at the end of life. I also think that the presence of the crescent on your Fate Line is telling you to be true to your femininity within your chosen career and pathways in this life. It could be proof that you have been a male in most of your past lives and it is important for your soul to express the feminine point of view and feelings in this lifetime.
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I hope the fall season finds your hands; feeling the fun textures
of colorful falling leaves and cuddley warm fabrics, also busily embracing
new projects and friends. Keep an eye on the hands of all you see.
I hope that what you have learned will help you enjoy one new concept about
a new or well known person each day.
Always wishing you happy hands that are loving and embracing life, Angela