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Lines on the Mount of Moon

Post  JonathanD on Thu Dec 22, 2016 9:34 pm

Hi everyone,

my question concerns the minor lines we find on the Mount of Moon. In general I understand, that the vertical AND horizontal lines can be interpreted as travel lines (or signs of restlessnes).

One member in this forum wrote that horizontal lines on the mount are disturbing and weakening the positive features of the mount (of moon).

In my opinion this contradicts the idea of the traveling lines. I understand that the weakening or disturbing effect can be true for the mounts that lie beneath the fingers (as described by William Benham), but it seems to be the wrong idea for the Mount of Moon.

I would be happy to hear your opinions!

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Re: Lines on the Mount of Moon

Post  pravin kumar on Tue Dec 27, 2016 4:23 am

Jonathan,

You should have posted your palm prints over here rather than in PM. I cannot comment. They can be travel lines also and also in certain cases they can indicate health defects depending on its effect elsewhere.

JonathanD wrote:Hi everyone,

my question concerns the minor lines we find on the Mount of Moon. In general I understand, that the vertical AND horizontal lines can be interpreted as travel lines (or signs of restlessnes).

One member in this forum wrote that horizontal lines on the mount are disturbing and weakening the positive features of the mount (of moon).

In my opinion this contradicts the idea of the traveling lines. I understand that the weakening or disturbing effect can be true for the mounts that lie beneath the fingers (as described by William Benham), but it seems to be the wrong idea for the Mount of Moon.

I would be happy to hear your opinions!

P.K.

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