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Post  GM(Ghulam MURTAZA) on Tue Feb 01, 2011 2:19 pm

Will you please share your views on repairing or compensatory signs in hands?

GM


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Re: Dear hand reading colleagues

Post  Martijn (admin) on Tue Feb 01, 2011 3:55 pm


Hi GM,

I understand what you have in mind, but your question is rather unspecific... I think it could help a lot if you tell us more precisely why you posted this question.

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Re: Dear hand reading colleagues

Post  GM(Ghulam MURTAZA) on Fri Feb 04, 2011 3:41 pm

Martijn (admin) wrote:
Hi GM,

I understand what you have in mind, but your question is rather unspecific... I think it could help a lot if you tell us more precisely why you posted this question.

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PS. Nice to see you posting again! Maybe you would like to add your photo in your forum-profile?
Dear Martin

Thanks for your greeting! I want to discuss the same what is writen in "Scientific Hand Reading or more which is not in that book. This book was writen before some decades and I feel modern hand reader should see if there is anything to add or amend?

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Re: Dear hand reading colleagues

Post  Martijn (admin) on Fri Feb 04, 2011 6:45 pm


GM, are you talking about Benham's "The Laws of Scientific Hand Reading"? Or do you have another book in mind?

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repairing or compensatory signs-Lloyd

Post  hamilton on Sat Feb 05, 2011 3:35 am

This seems a bit vague to me but here goes
1 When part of the index finger is cut off in an accident the person looses self esteem for a time at least. A girl I know had this happen to her and she dropped out of a medical degree and became a clerk or sorts. The finger then tends to compensate by becoming wider. Self esteem can also be generated by the gap growing between the index finger and middle finger. This gap grew in my hand when I became head of a university department. When the index finger spreads away from the middle finger it is also a sort of compensation for low self esteem but in a more negative way.

2 The giraffe woman's collar represents a lack of a tri-radius in the skin ridge pattern below the ring finger. This means the owner was born with a inhibition about enjoying one's self, and it tends to cut off connection with creativity. This genetic feature can be compensated for when the giraffe woman's collar is cut by an Apollo line or two.

3 The so-called health line changes monthly. This is probably not so much a repairing sign but it can be a sign of repair.

4 A big thumb compensates for a Head Line that plunges down the palm to the Mount of Pluto. Without the large thumb the owner can get lost in fantasy and imagination. With a large thumb there is control so that the imagination can be more effectively used.

5 A Loop of Humour is a compensatory feature. A good snese of humour helps out in many difficult times.

6 Short fingers belong to people who are quick to grasp the big picture and ignore the details. This is useful very often but can be a problem. When it is compensated by a long Head Line it makes for good decision making.

7 A chained Heart Line can indicate heart ache problems but a big Mount of Venus shows this person has enough love in then to cope with the heartaches.

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Re: Dear hand reading colleagues

Post  GM(Ghulam MURTAZA) on Sat Feb 05, 2011 4:55 pm

hamilton wrote:This seems a bit vague to me but here goes
1 When part of the index finger is cut off in an accident the person looses self esteem for a time at least. A girl I know had this happen to her and she dropped out of a medical degree and became a clerk or sorts. The finger then tends to compensate by becoming wider. Self esteem can also be generated by the gap growing between the index finger and middle finger. This gap grew in my hand when I became head of a university department. When the index finger spreads away from the middle finger it is also a sort of compensation for low self esteem but in a more negative way.

2 The giraffe woman's collar represents a lack of a tri-radius in the skin ridge pattern below the ring finger. This means the owner was born with a inhibition about enjoying one's self, and it tends to cut off connection with creativity. This genetic feature can be compensated for when the giraffe woman's collar is cut by an Apollo line or two.

3 The so-called health line changes monthly. This is probably not so much a repairing sign but it can be a sign of repair.

4 A big thumb compensates for a Head Line that plunges down the palm to the Mount of Pluto. Without the large thumb the owner can get lost in fantasy and imagination. With a large thumb there is control so that the imagination can be more effectively used.

5 A Loop of Humour is a compensatory feature. A good snese of humour helps out in many difficult times.

6 Short fingers belong to people who are quick to grasp the big picture and ignore the details. This is useful very often but can be a problem. When it is compensated by a long Head Line it makes for good decision making.

7 A chained Heart Line can indicate heart ache problems but a big Mount of Venus shows this person has enough love in then to cope with the heartaches.

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Lloyd

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Thanks for your valueable inputs! Is there soemone else to add?

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Re: Dear hand reading colleagues

Post  waqar.an on Wed Jun 08, 2011 11:22 am

i think there is nothing like compensatory signs because nature did not do wrong in the first place....Very Happy

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Re: Dear hand reading colleagues

Post  Martijn (admin) on Wed Jun 08, 2011 12:59 pm

waqar.an wrote:i think there is nothing like compensatory signs because nature did not do wrong in the first place....Very Happy

Hello Waqar.an,

I understand your point. However, in the perspective of hand reading we can sometimes speak of 'contra-indications' (= signs which signal that for example a specific problem is unlikely) - and I assume that GM had this phenonomenon in mind when he talked about 'compensatory signs'.

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Re: Dear hand reading colleagues

Post  waqar.an on Wed Jun 08, 2011 8:50 pm

hi Martijn;

I do not want to contra-argue...Very Happy

but any bad sign can be contra by any other good sign or the bad or good sign can add up to make a problem worsen or better. At the end I have to check the result lines i.e. fate, sun, mercury and others to know what is happening. It is a bit of shadowy area to dissect what is adding up and what is countering.

Liklyhood of the problem can be told by comparing and contrasing right and left hands as far as i know.

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Re: Dear hand reading colleagues

Post  pravin kumar on Thu Jun 09, 2011 8:26 am



A Strong Thumb can compensate for defective Upper Mount of Mars (no curve at the palmar surface), Cross or some other defects on the Mount of Saturn, Poor Health Line, Poor Head Line and Fate Line, Girdle of Venus. In the case of Girdle of Venus the Strong thumb can reduce the extremeties.

A good practical/spatulate palm with Pink Blood will also compensate all the above.

If anything has to go contrary to good indication in the palms as far as lines are concerned then a weak thumb or conical/psychic palm will do it. Even the stiff labourers palm.

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