My Pagan Palm

Dear Jai B,

Here is your personal palm reading! This will be a general reading of your palm, and what it says about you and your personality. Enjoy.

First let's take a look at your Life Line. The double Life Line you may see on your hand is a very lucky marking. The extra lines are called 'vitality lines' and they indicate increased vitality and positive forces at work in your life. The wide swooping motion of your Life Line indicates strength, enthusiasm and an improved love life. The island in your Life Line could indicate a period of hospitalization or some other kind of recuperation.

Now let's see what your Head Line had to say. Your Head Line is deep, long and straight, stretching across the palm. This indicates a logical and direct way of thinking. The straighter the line, the more realistic the thinking, and the deeper the line, the better the memory. The joining of your Head Line and Life Line at the beginning indicates that your strong sense of mind generally rules over your body. You also look at childhood with a cautious and fearful outlook.

The last line we'll look at is your Heart Line. A normal and content love life is represented when the Heart Line starts under the Index Finger as it does on your hand. A long Heart Line like yours, running almost all the way across the palm, represents an idealist in love. In love you tend to look for those whose status rises above your own, and you have a great respect for them. Those little lines you see running downward from your Heart Line indicate disappointments in love.

You posses a square hand. This is typically the mark of a working, balanced, earthy individual. Most businessmen who've become successful, and have risen from working with their hands, have square palms. This type of hand is typically found on people, who are involved in a practical, materialistic occupation. They see people usually have solid values and a lot of physical energy.

We hope that gives you a little more insight into your personality, and your palm. Thanks for visiting us.

Your friend,
The OFE Palm Reader

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