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Palmistry question and answers

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Complete art of practical palmistry explained

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What does a star on the finger of Apollo indicate?

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It indicates renown, but the fame is fleeting and unsatisfac­tory, and does not bring lasting riches or happiness.

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What does a cross on Apollo's finger indicate?

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On the third phalange it shows an extravagant nature, and a crescent in the same place indicates the same thing.

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What is the meaning of lines on the finger of Apollo?

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One line the entire length of the finger indicates great renown, but many long lines would annul this sign. A line on the third phalange indicates carefulness and happiness, but if it turns on one side it means success without wealth; a line from the third phalange to the second, indicatesgoodness, cleverness and general good fortune.

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What is the meaning of a long finger of Apollo?

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If the lines of Head and Fortune are also good, this indicates a tendency for ambition to make money out of art and to use all the artistic powers for the accumulation of this world's goods, a strong desire to speculate.

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What does a square on the mount of Apollo indicate?

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This shows an increase of force and energy, resuscitation of worn out strength, and when on this mount it shows preser­vation from ill luck in art or literature which may be indi­cated by other signs.

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What does a star on the mount of Apollo indicate?

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It is an indication of riches but also trouble and anxiety; more especially if the line of Fortune is not very long or clear.

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What is the meaning of one or more upward lines on the mount of Apollo in addition to the line of Fortune?

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This is a sure sign of good artistic talent and promise of fortune and glory; but if there are three lines it shows that the at­tention is divided, and success is not so sure: if the lines are confused the art will take a scientific turn and there will be productions of use to the scientist; but, whether mechanical, surgical, nautical, etc., depends upon the development of other mounts as well as the type of hand.

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What does the absence of lines on Apollo's mount indicate?

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This shows inward peace and a contented nature: if the mount is full there is appreciation of art, and some ability for it, but no fame or renown is promised.

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What does a Triangle on the finger of Saturn indicate?

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On the third phalange this is a sign of mischief and ill luck, and whenever this is seen the subject should be ware of spe­culations.

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What does a star on Saturn's finger indicate?

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On the third phalange it indicates much misfortune and danger of a violent death, but if on the side of the finger probable death in a just and worthy cause. On the first phalange it shows extreme folly.