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A star on the Mount of Jupiter and another star at the end of a fine line of the Sun. A clear Line of Fate from Rascette to Mount of Saturn, or, better still, terminating either on the Mount of Jupiter or on the Mount of the Sun. A perfect Line of Liver. Two straight sister lines to the Line of the Sun on the Mount of that name. The Lines of Head and Heart normal and especially long. All the Mounts, except Saturn and the Moon, very much in evidence. For intellectual or artistic people only, a fine Mount of the Moon desirable.
Long, thin, smooth fingers, especialy the first. A line or branch from the Line of Head reaching the Mount of Jupiter, then turning and ending on the Mount of Saturn. If the fanaticism has a persecuting tendency the second finger, in its exaggerate first phalanx, shows the baneful influence of Saturn.
Insignificant tips or often spatulate. Long, thick nails. Ordinary thumb. Mount of Saturn quite marked. Insignificant lines outside of the three chief lines. Strong Mounts of Mars if the farmer loves hunting.
Farwell, Eveline Mitchell; an Englishwoman: author of "Fingers and Fortune" (London: 1892).
Fatality. Not the Arbiter of Humanity - 27.
273. I. Position and Direction - 274. 2. Character: a. By Itself - 274; b. In Combination with Other Indications - 276. 3. Starting Points and Forks at the Start - 276. 4. Termination and Forks at the Termination - 280. 5. Branches - 282. 6. Breaks - 282, 7. Connected with the Main Lines: a. Directly - 284; b. By Minor Lines - 284. 8. Signs - 285. Special Observations (Influence Lines from the Mount of the Moon) - 292.
Long, knotty fingers, especially with first knots; often spatu-late. Short nails. Two stars near thumb nails. A narrow Quadrangle. A poor Line of Liver running rather close to the Percussion. Mounts of Mars exaggerate and very little Mount of Venus. A poor Line of Heart.
Plain of Mars hollow toward Moon. The lower part of the Mount of the Moon exaggerate or much lined. A cross in the same place on the Mount. The Line of Life after a short normal run starting toward bottom of Mount of the Moon.
A Double Line of Heart.
Line of Liver thin and red as it crosses Line of Head, especially with an island on the latter. See Biliousness and Liver Troubles.
Bluish dot on Line of Life. Very narrow, highly colored, often broken Line of Liver, with dark dots on Line of Head. Black or bluish dots on Line of Heart.
Dry skin. Red dots on Line of Life. In general, red lines.
Or Finger of Jupiter, or "Index" - 42. Alignment - 42. Leaning - 42. Space between it and next Fingers. - 43. Length: a. By Itself - 44; b. Compared to the other Fingers - 44. Its Phalanxes taken arately - 45. Meanings of its Tip Financial Losses.
- 50. Its Nail - 41. Lines and signs - 329.
Qr Finger of Mercury, or "Auricularius" - 42. Alignment - 42, Leaning - 43. Space between it and the next Fingers - 43. Length: a. By Itself - 44; b. Compared to the other Fingers - 45. Its Phalanxes taken separately - 45. Meanings of its Tip - 50. Lines and Signs - 340.
Or Finger of Saturn, or Medina" - 42. Alignment - 42. Leaning - 43. Space between it and next Fingers - 43. Length: a. By Itself - 44; b. Compared to the other Fingers - 44. Its Phalanxes taken separately - 45. Meanings of its Tip 50. Its nail - 39. Lines and Signs
Qr Finger of Apollo, or "Annutarius" - 42. Alignment - 42. Leaning - 43. Space between it and next Fingers - 43. Length: a. By Itself - 44; b. Compared to the other Fingers - 45. Its Phalanxes taken separately - 45, Meanings of its Tip - 50. Lines and Signs - 337.
Fingers; being Points, attract vital fluid; send it up to the brain; return it to the source of all life; hence the Lines - 20. Exhaustive Study - 42. 1. Position: a. Alignment of Bases; b. Leaning toward each other; c. Closeness; d. Spaces between; e. Bent and Flexibility. 2. Length: a. Of all Fingers; b. Of each; c. Compared with each other; d. Of Phalanges taken separately. 3. Shape: a. Outside of Tips and Knots; b. The Types; c. Tips; d, Knots; e. Comparison Types (Tips and Knots Combined): The Pointed, The Conical, The Square, The Spatulate; f. Each tip by Itself. 4. Lines and Signs on them - 325.
Breaks, crosses, stars and downward branches on the Line of Fate or the Sun. Lines of Influence from the Mount of Venn-the Line of the Sun. A cross on the Mount of Mercury, one arm of which cuts the Line of Heart. An island on the Line of Liver.
43, Of Thumb - 53.
A large downward branch of the Line of Life.
Long, slender, crooked fingers. The Mount of Mercury exaggerate; also the Mount of Venus (gift of form), and, if very clever, the Mount of the Sun. Star on the Mount of Mercury. Heavy lower part of the Mount of the Moon. Widely forked but rather straight Line of Head. No Mount of Jupiter.
A star on the first bracelet of the Rascctte. Also a, cross within an Angle or Triangle at the same place. A long Sister Line to the Line of Head. See also Legacies.