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What is the difference?

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What is the difference?

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Sat Sep 29, 2012 2:11 am

Hi,
Consider a well developed moon.
What is the difference between a headline reaching to mount of moon and a headline not reaching to mount of moon.

When headline is reaching- it indicates that the qualities of moon are accessed by headline - so, creative thinking, intuitive approach.
What if the headline is not reaching there? How does the personality and reading come out.


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Re: What is the difference?

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Mon Oct 01, 2012 1:58 am

Any answers, thots on this pls...??!

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Re: What is the difference?

Post  kiwihands on Tue Oct 02, 2012 10:57 pm

Hi Kiran,

I know you were probably hoping for an expert opinion here, but maybe if a learner such as myself comments and gets it really wrong, someone more knowledgeable will write to correct me! geek

The way I understand it - if someone has a well developed moon (especially if by "well-developed" you include not only size and texture, but also any markings or dermatoglyphics enhancing its importance), then they will be able to access those qualities (creative thinking, intuitive approach), whether or not the headline dips down into it.

When the headline is too short to reach their well-developed mount of moon, I think they may have more interest in skills that produce immediate, tangible results, and apply excellent focus to all their creative endeavours.

When the headline is long but too straight to reach their well-developed mount of moon, I think they may be happy to invest their creativity in more refined long-term projects, be quite organised in how they approach them, and in general act on their intuitions as 'common sense' rather than looking inside themselves to figure out where these intuitions come from.

For example, a friend of mine has strong mounts of Moon with a loop of inspiration on the right, combined with very long, straight head lines (almost Sydney, ending on upper Mars). She is an artist, very creative in many ways. She also is very convinced of her intuition, even if the scenarios created by her hunches seem completely absurd to a bystander. Using imagination in a self-destructive way by projecting her shadow because of a lack of introspection.

Please correct me, anyone, if I got this wrong!
Thanks!


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Re: What is the difference?

Post  Lynn on Tue Oct 02, 2012 11:51 pm

good reply Kiwi, I understand what you're saying and it has helped me to understand Kiran's question. I didn't really understand at first what he was asking.

my first thoughts off the top of my head are that if they have a well developed moon, then the qualities of imagination, intuition etc are well developed. I associate moon (water element) more with imagination than actual creativity (putting the ideas into action) which to me seems more fire than water. I would look to the rest of the hand for earth & fire to see if / how they put this imagination into active, practical, constructive creativity, or whether they just think and dream about it.

If headline goes into moon, they can access it consciously (and might spend much time in the world of dreams, imagination etc) Long headline going deep into moon may have to guard aginst too much introspection & even depression (check rest of hand).
But if the headline is eg short and straight, they experience the well-developed moon qualities more in the subconscious, eg may be subconsciouly drawn to esoteric subjects but consciously look for a useful, practical application of it, or scientific proof of it, rather than just 'going with the flow'. Long straight headline, yeah what kiwi said makes sense to me. Just my quick first thoughts.

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Re: What is the difference?

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Wed Oct 03, 2012 1:45 am

kiwihands wrote:Hi Kiran,

I know you were probably hoping for an expert opinion here, but maybe if a learner such as myself comments and gets it really wrong, someone more knowledgeable will write to correct me! geek

The way I understand it - if someone has a well developed moon (especially if by "well-developed" you include not only size and texture, but also any markings or dermatoglyphics enhancing its importance), then they will be able to access those qualities (creative thinking, intuitive approach), whether or not the headline dips down into it.

When the headline is too short to reach their well-developed mount of moon, I think they may have more interest in skills that produce immediate, tangible results, and apply excellent focus to all their creative endeavours.

When the headline is long but too straight to reach their well-developed mount of moon, I think they may be happy to invest their creativity in more refined long-term projects, be quite organised in how they approach them, and in general act on their intuitions as 'common sense' rather than looking inside themselves to figure out where these intuitions come from.

For example, a friend of mine has strong mounts of Moon with a loop of inspiration on the right, combined with very long, straight head lines (almost Sydney, ending on upper Mars). She is an artist, very creative in many ways. She also is very convinced of her intuition, even if the scenarios created by her hunches seem completely absurd to a bystander. Using imagination in a self-destructive way by projecting her shadow because of a lack of introspection.

Please correct me, anyone, if I got this wrong!
Thanks!

Hi Kiwi, any learnt members opinion would definitely add value. The way you understood and put it in your own words is correct. Thank you. In your friend's case, why are you saying that, she is using her imagination in self-destructive way? 'coz, In the previous paras you wrote - Intuition is used as common sense.
The one in the bold, sounds right for me also.

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Re: What is the difference?

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Wed Oct 03, 2012 1:47 am

Lynn wrote:good reply Kiwi, I understand what you're saying and it has helped me to understand Kiran's question. I didn't really understand at first what he was asking.

my first thoughts off the top of my head are that if they have a well developed moon, then the qualities of imagination, intuition etc are well developed. I associate moon (water element) more with imagination than actual creativity (putting the ideas into action) which to me seems more fire than water. I would look to the rest of the hand for earth & fire to see if / how they put this imagination into active, practical, constructive creativity, or whether they just think and dream about it.

If headline goes into moon, they can access it consciously (and might spend much time in the world of dreams, imagination etc) Long headline going deep into moon may have to guard aginst too much introspection & even depression (check rest of hand).
But if the headline is eg short and straight, they experience the well-developed moon qualities more in the subconscious, eg may be subconsciouly drawn to esoteric subjects but consciously look for a useful, practical application of it, or scientific proof of it, rather than just 'going with the flow'. Long straight headline, yeah what kiwi said makes sense to me. Just my quick first thoughts.
Thank you so much Lynn. This is the answer I wanted to understand.

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Re: What is the difference?

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Wed Oct 03, 2012 1:58 am

To continue further, I have noticed this:
Say, I have a hand with the mount of Jupiter being strong( bulgy, the apex centrally located). But, no markings on it like - teacher's square, empathy/sympathy lines/line of ambition or the career line being tilted towards it or the line of heart reaching it. So, it has not influenced on any of major/minor lines or other markings. Hence, its not coming out in his life on his career, or the day he deals with people, in achieving any goals etc.
But, since the Jupiter is strong - the person has Jupiter qualities like ambition, I/Me/Ego, need for respect, religious etc.
Since its not influencing the major/minor lines, would it come out in his behavior as very egoistic, attitude, just bothered about self, just wants to be appreciated for the qualities he possess(though, he haven't achieved anything)?

Hope, my question is clear. I noticed this formation(strong Jupiter) on a begger's hand( couple of cases). Does the above points make sense?

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