Different Classes Of Lines

The lines on the palm should be clearly marked, a good pink or reddish
colour, and they should be free from breaks, crosses, holes or
irregularities of all kinds.

When very pale in colour they show lack of force and loss of energy, and
often poor health.

When extremely red they indicate excessive energy and a rather violent

When yellow in colour they denote a tendency to biliousness and liver
complaints, and tell in consequence of a melancholy morose nature.

Forked lines are generally good and increase the quality of the special
indication. When at the end of the Line of Head, the fork gives more of
what is called a dual mentality and less power of concentration on any
one subject.

Spots on a Line weaken it and arrest its growth.

Tasselled Lines are not good signs. They weaken any
indication the line itself denotes, and at the end of a Life Line they
foreshadow loss of all nervous energy.

Wavy Lines show uncertainty, lack of decision and want of

Broken Lines destroy the meaning of the line at the
particular place where the break appears, but if one line ends above the
other, the break is not so bad and the quality of the line will be


Sister Lines increase or double the power of any line, and
when lying close together at the Line of Head, they give it great power
and promise.

Islands are always evil and denote weakness or failure of
the Line or Mount on which they may be found.

Ascending Lines are good from any line from which they
spring. From the Line of Life they denote increased energy wherever they
make their appearance. If they run up to any particular Mount or part of
the hand, they show that the increased effort or energy will be in that
particular direction.

Descending Lines are the reverse and mean loss of power.

Chained Lines show lack of force or fixity of purpose.

When the entire hand is covered with a network of small lines, it denotes
a highly nervous disposition and usually great mental worry and lack of

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