J is for the Jupiter Mount: The Mirror of an Attractive Personality

By Lizbeth Hartz | April 9, 2017

Mounts are significant in the study of palms because different lines are formed and developed due to the influence of mounts. Named after the planets, mounts reveal special features of them. Interestingly enough, it has been discovered that the planet which is more prominent in the horoscope is also prominent in the palm. The mount…

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K is for the Knotty Knuckles and Smooth Finger Joints #A to Z Blogging Challenge

By Lizbeth Hartz | April 8, 2017

The joints of the fingers have a great deal of significance in palmistry. Not only can the joints’ physical appearance determine the field of work best suiting an individual, it also indicates the type and extent of qualities manifesting in a person’s fingers. The nice thing about knobby joints is that cut off the flow…

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L is for the Line of Head, Blogging Challenge, A-Z

By Lizbeth Hartz | April 7, 2017

L IS FOR THE LINE OF HEAD (MENTALITY) World famous palmist Cheiro regarded the Line of Head, aka the Line of Mentality, as the most important sign in the hand. He writes, “A Line of Head is like the needle in the compass, without a true knowledge of which it is impossible to grasp the…

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M is for Murderer’s Thumbs #A to Z Blogging Challenge

By Lizbeth Hartz | April 6, 2017

When actress Megan Fox was found to have thick thumbs that look like small caveman’s clubs, her fame brought attention to these bulbous-looking thumbs known as clubbed thumbs or murderer’s thumbs. Also called shovel thumbs, toe thumbs, Dutch thumbs, hammer thumbs, stub thumbs, and potter’s thumbs, murderer’s thumbs appear in around 0.4 percent of the U.S.…

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N is for the Nodes of the Fingers #A to Z April Blogging Challenge

By Lizbeth Hartz | April 5, 2017

What are finger nodes? Looking at your joints from the nail side up, you will see a knot-like series of lines between the sections (phalanges) of the fingers. Even if you don’t see lines, those areas between the phalanges are called finger nodes. What do finger nodes signify? Depending on Something about your character. See…

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O IS FOR OBSERVATION OF THE FINGERS

By Lizbeth Hartz | April 4, 2017

The characteristics described below are easily seen and can help you quickly judge a person’s character. Practice unobtrusively observing the fingers. Are they short and stumpy compared to the rest of the palm? If so, the individual has coarse instincts and an animalistic nature, and belongs to the lower order of humanity. If the fingers…

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