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Post  nightingale on Mon Jan 10, 2011 2:54 pm


Hi,

Happy New year to all wave
Is there any relevance to where a fork would appear on a head line? for instance if the fork appeared on a head line that is straight until the saturn finger and then descends down towards the moon, appearing as a curved headline. the fork then starts at the mid point under saturn finger and not at the end of the headline and fork stops under apollo finger? would this change characterstics of a curved headline? and how?

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Re: fork from headline

Post  Lynn on Tue Jan 11, 2011 1:33 am

hi Nightingale.

Happy New Year to you & everyone here too.

a fork always appears at the end of a line. At the end of the headline, it is known as a "writers fork - ability in writing or teaching" - it shows the ability to diversify the thoughts/ think on two levels/ think at a tangent, and ability to put these ideas over to others. (not necessarily teaching in a classroom, but sharing skills/knowledge in some way).

However the line you describe doesn't fork at the end. This sounds like a branch or maybe a rising line. The main line you describe curving down to Luna (moon) mount is an imaginative, intuitive headline which can be great for imaginative ideas but can also bring an "artistic temperament" (mood swings). The straight branch that stops under apollo would indicate a more 'logical, scientific' way of thinking, preferring ideas based on facts. It sounds like a great combination! balancing the logical, realistic, practical thought with the ability to think further into the realm of the imaginative, intuitive etc. The straighter line could control the moody emotional tendencies of the curved line & the curved line could bring more open-minded ideas than the straight line. Just my first thoughts from what you describe - it would help if we could see a picture. Smile

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Re: fork from headline

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Sun May 01, 2011 4:39 am

Hi Lynn,

Lynn wrote:

a fork always appears at the end of a line. At the end of the headline, it is known as a "writers fork - ability in writing or teaching" - it shows the ability to diversify the thoughts/ think on two levels/ think at a tangent, and ability to put these ideas over to others. (not necessarily teaching in a classroom, but sharing skills/knowledge in some way).

I always thot, branching and forking is same! Good info here Smile

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