Islands Under The Mounts
The island is an indication that the subject may be malnourished.
Other health defects include carelessness which result from problems with sleep, poor digestion, heartburn, lack of appetite, sexual dysfunction, insomnia, hyper sensitivity, anxiety, abnormal blood pressure, and depression.
Islands that are present on the mounts are associated with being swamped in life of many unclear feelings or problems.
To properly, review we can assume that the island is a negative sign. The mount's have been named after the astrological planets. They emphasize a range of qualities connected to personality.
The mount of Apollo is located below the ring finger and denotes the subject's artistic abilities.
This is also associated with fame and luck, so to have an island appear in this position may indicate that the person may have problems with reaching this potential in life.
The mount of Jupiter is below the first finger, this mount is connected with moving through life smoothly. It is connected to goals and for an island to appear on this mount means the subject may encounter setbacks in life.
The mount of Saturn is located by the Jupiter finger, known as the middle finger. This is connected with being organised in life, as well as climbing the ladder at work.
To have an island appear at this point means that the person may encounter blocks at progressing in life.
Finally, the mount below the small finger is known as the mercury mount. An island in this position can suggest problems with thinking quickly. This mount is connected to feelings of being happy in life.
Outlined below is a brief overview of what an island means on each mount.
By Flo Saul
Dec 16, 2012