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Palmistry FAQ’s – The Fingertips December 1, 2009

Posted by Kerry in Palmistry.
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Q. What’s so interesting about my finger tips?

A. There is a wealth of information right on the tips of your fingers!

Firstly the fingerprint patterns are unique to each person – as any policeman will tell you!

Usually there is a mixture of patterns. A predominance of whorls is the mark of a non-conformist and stubborn individual. Lots of loops show co-operative enquiring minds.  Numerous arches show a reserved and practical person and high extended-arches show a sensitive highly strung individual.  And as for the peacock’s eye, it’s a whorl within a loop and while very rare, it shows an amazing perceptive and talented mind.

 

Secondly the lines that cross the tip are also important. The horizontal lines are linked to tiredness or exhaustion. And the vertical lines can indicate hormonal imbalances. In both cases other features will need to reinforce this probability. 

In fact, looking at palms is like reading a complex book – so full of information and so exciting in its possibilities! So look to your hands and know that you are an amazing and unique individual.

 

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