I. Mount of Jupiter: at the root of the first finger; limited by the Line of Head, by the Side of the Hand and by an imaginary line running straight down between the first and second fingers until it reaches the Line of Head.

2. Mount of Saturn: at the root of the second finger; limited by the imaginary line above mentioned, by the Line of Heart and by another imaginary line running straight down from between the second and third fingers until it reaches the Line of Heart.

3. Mount of the Sun: at the root of the third finger; limited by the second imaginary line mentioned in the preceding paragraph, by the Line of Heart and by an imaginary line running straight down from between the third and fourth fingers until it reaches the Line of Heart.

4. Mount of Mercury: at the root of the fourth finger; limited by the second imaginary tine mentioned in the preceding paragraph, by the Line of Heart and by the Percussion of the Hand.

5. Upper Mount of Mars: immediately under the Mount of Mercury, following along the Percussion, In a normally built and lined hand, the Upper Mount of Mars occupies the space between the Line of Heart and the Line of Head. Inside the Hand it extends to where a normal Line of Liver cuts the Quadrangte.

6. Mount of the Moon: immediately under the Upper Mount of Mars, along the Percussion; its limits in a normally built and lined hand would be: at its upper part, the Line of Head; at its lower part, the first Bracelet of the Rascette, and inside the hand, first the Line of Liver until it reaches the Third Angle of the Triangle, and secondly, the Mount of Venus from that point down to the first Bracelet of the Rascette.

7. Mount of Venus: In a normally built and lined hand it is inclosed between the root of the thumb (base of the second phalanx) and the Line of Life, and between the first Bracelet of the Rascette and an imaginary horizontal line crossing the hand from the bottom of the angle formed by the thumb and the first finger.

8. Lower Mount of Mars: A Mount rather difficult to locate by sight, as it is not very frequently met with in very prominent shape. It stretches between the above imaginary horizontal line and the foot of the Mount of Jupiter, at the starting point of a normally placed Line of Life. Inside the hand it extends to the Line of Life, forming thus a kind of triangle.

I call the attention of the reader to this double Mount of Mars. I call the first one the Upper Mount of Mars, because it is situated altogether above the Line of Head; I call the other the Lower Mount of Mars, because the whole of it is found below the Line of Head; both, in a well-built and lined hand, touch the said Line of Head. All the works on Palmistry published to this day, although recognizing, sometimes, the distinct existence of the Lower Mount of Mars, have paid it but little attention. It is not, of course, as important as the other Mounts, by any means; but it is there and deserves regular, logical treat-ment.