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quick question about a star under third finger(WITH PIC)

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quick question about a star under third finger(WITH PIC)

Post  jriver on Mon Jun 20, 2011 5:37 pm

well today i was looking at my dominant hand and notice under my third finger i have an a star but what ive read usually a star is mark by a Astrix but i have a complete star does the carry the same meaning? Thanks! Anyone
http://www.flickr.com/photos/62845809@N06/5861700967/


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Re: quick question about a star under third finger(WITH PIC)

Post  Pamelah on Tue Jun 21, 2011 10:16 pm

jriver wrote:well today i was looking at my dominant hand and notice under my third finger i have an a star but what ive read usually a star is mark by a Astrix but i have a complete star does the carry the same meaning?

If by 'star' you mean e lines that intersect creating six points, then it's considered a Gift marking called the Star of Apollo. If it's an "X" with four points, then it doesn't qualify as a Gift Marking. Both are about creative expression in teh big picture but they carry different aspects. How many lines intersect and how many points are created?

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thank you

Post  jriver on Thu Jun 23, 2011 2:45 am

Pamelah wrote:
jriver wrote:well today i was looking at my dominant hand and notice under my third finger i have an a star but what ive read usually a star is mark by a Astrix but i have a complete star does the carry the same meaning?

If by 'star' you mean e lines that intersect creating six points, then it's considered a Gift marking called the Star of Apollo. If it's an "X" with four points, then it doesn't qualify as a Gift Marking. Both are about creative expression in teh big picture but they carry different aspects. How many lines intersect and how many points are created?


well first of all thank you very much I didnt know how to answer your question so i added a photo maybe you can check it out Thumbs up!

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Re: quick question about a star under third finger(WITH PIC)

Post  Patti on Thu Jun 23, 2011 2:47 am



- this?

instead of this - *

Hi Jriver,

I cropped the area that I think you are referring to in your palm. I can see the pattern you are asking about, I think. Maybe even two of them, one on top of the other?

It is an interesting pattern but typically a star on this mount should be large and cover a good portion of the mount.

More photos at this link:

http://www.modernhandreadingforum.com/t819-general-reading-pleaseupdated-pics-thank-you-can-i-get-advice-or-anything-at-all


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Re: quick question about a star under third finger(WITH PIC)

Post  Patti on Thu Jun 23, 2011 2:52 am

Would you mind sharing your age?

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Re: quick question about a star under third finger(WITH PIC)

Post  Pamelah on Thu Jun 23, 2011 3:02 am

Patti wrote:

- this?


instead of this - *

Hi Jriver,

I cropped the area that I think you are referring to in your palm. I can see the pattern you are asking about, I think. Maybe even two of them, one on top of the other?

It is an interesting pattern but typically a star on this mount should be large and cover a good portion of the mount.

More photos at this link:

http://www.modernhandreadingforum.com/t819-general-reading-pleaseupdated-pics-thank-you-can-i-get-advice-or-anything-at-all

I can't see the photo well enough to figure it out and when I take it another software program it just looks fuzzy when I zoom in.

The * is what I'm looking for - 3 lines intersecting - to be a gift marking star.
I don't agree with patti that it needs to cover a large part of the mound to qualify as a gift marking star. I've seen hundreds that are actually a bit small and only possible to see clearly with a magnifying glass.

My experience is that if the lines are there, small or big, you are working with the energy of what is designed.


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Re: quick question about a star under third finger(WITH PIC)

Post  Patti on Thu Jun 23, 2011 3:04 am

Found the new image! Thumbs up!



The image I uploaded in my previous post is your right hand, but I now see are left handed. Is the most recent image of your left hand?

Although they have a star configuration, I would actually call them grill patterns, they have vertical and horizontal creases crossing each other. In your hands the angles make them look like triangles or a hand drawn star shape.

I would interpret these as showing that you may be sometimes too critical of yourself. This area relates to creativity and self expression. Criss crossing lines here can show that you expect too much of yourself and maybe add pressure to be perfect. You would place more demands or expectations of yourself than anyone else would even though you may think otherwise.

I think since you are young, these creases will become clearer and more focused as you get older and become more decided and focused on where you place your creative energy.

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Re: quick question about a star under third finger(WITH PIC)

Post  Patti on Thu Jun 23, 2011 3:13 am

Pamelah wrote:
Patti wrote:

- this?


instead of this - *

Hi Jriver,

I cropped the area that I think you are referring to in your palm. I can see the pattern you are asking about, I think. Maybe even two of them, one on top of the other?

It is an interesting pattern but typically a star on this mount should be large and cover a good portion of the mount.

More photos at this link:

http://www.modernhandreadingforum.com/t819-general-reading-pleaseupdated-pics-thank-you-can-i-get-advice-or-anything-at-all

I can't see the photo well enough to figure it out and when I take it another software program it just looks fuzzy when I zoom in.

The * is what I'm looking for - 3 lines intersecting - to be a gift marking star.
I don't agree with patti that it needs to cover a large part of the mound to qualify as a gift marking star. I've seen hundreds that are actually a bit small and only possible to see clearly with a magnifying glass.

My experience is that if the lines are there, small or big, you are working with the energy of what is designed.

Hi Pamelah!
Since I don't particularly use 'gift markings' I don't see where we are in disagreement. Very Happy

In that perspective i.e. gift markings, I didn't know the size that would qualify, so thanks for sharing.

Instead, I tend to think the depth and size of a marking is important. Shallow creases can disappear easily.

(p.s. I hope you didn't mind that I fixed the quotes in your post as your words were in the middle of mine Laughing )

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thank you both so much

Post  jriver on Thu Jun 23, 2011 3:26 am

Pamelah wrote:
Patti wrote:

- this?


instead of this - *

Hi Jriver,

I cropped the area that I think you are referring to in your palm. I can see the pattern you are asking about, I think. Maybe even two of them, one on top of the other?

It is an interesting pattern but typically a star on this mount should be large and cover a good portion of the mount.

More photos at this link:

http://www.modernhandreadingforum.com/t819-general-reading-pleaseupdated-pics-thank-you-can-i-get-advice-or-anything-at-all

I can't see the photo well enough to figure it out and when I take it another software program it just looks fuzzy when I zoom in.

The * is what I'm looking for - 3 lines intersecting - to be a gift marking star.
I don't agree with patti that it needs to cover a large part of the mound to qualify as a gift marking star. I've seen hundreds that are actually a bit small and only possible to see clearly with a magnifying glass.

My experience is that if the lines are there, small or big, you are working with the energy of what is designed.

well the star is in the most recent picture of my hand for my age im 16 and i would love to have a gift marking but i also agree with the expecting so much once again thank you so much flower

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left hand

Post  jriver on Thu Jun 23, 2011 3:30 am

it is my left hand

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Re: quick question about a star under third finger(WITH PIC)

Post  Patti on Thu Jun 23, 2011 3:34 am

jriver wrote:
Pamelah wrote:
Patti wrote:

- this?


instead of this - *

Hi Jriver,

I cropped the area that I think you are referring to in your palm. I can see the pattern you are asking about, I think. Maybe even two of them, one on top of the other?

It is an interesting pattern but typically a star on this mount should be large and cover a good portion of the mount.

More photos at this link:

http://www.modernhandreadingforum.com/t819-general-reading-pleaseupdated-pics-thank-you-can-i-get-advice-or-anything-at-all

I can't see the photo well enough to figure it out and when I take it another software program it just looks fuzzy when I zoom in.

The * is what I'm looking for - 3 lines intersecting - to be a gift marking star.
I don't agree with patti that it needs to cover a large part of the mound to qualify as a gift marking star. I've seen hundreds that are actually a bit small and only possible to see clearly with a magnifying glass.

My experience is that if the lines are there, small or big, you are working with the energy of what is designed.

well the star is in the most recent picture of my hand for my age im 16 and i would love to have a gift marking but i also agree with the expecting so much once again thank you so much flower

You're welcome! Maybe Pamelah can give you more information now that you've added a clearer image (of the correct hand). sunny

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Re: quick question about a star under third finger(WITH PIC)

Post  Pamelah on Thu Jun 23, 2011 4:47 pm

Patti, thanks for the clarification about your use of Gift Markings. i didn't know you weren't using that was one of your processed with hands. I see them so often in my clients that I 'just go there.'

I agree with Patti about the vertical and horizontal lines criss-crossing and her interpreation. One additional comment about it - it's like saying 'yes,' then 'no'. The vertical lines are 'yes' lines where the horizontal lines are 'no' lines. So I'd suggest you pay attention to your mind chatter - how you talk to yourself, and how you get a great idea or inspired creative idea then talk yourself out of it. Maybe you can then start choosing thoughts that support your creative attempts and successes.

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oh darn lol

Post  jriver on Fri Jun 24, 2011 1:13 am

well thank you so very much :=D>:

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Re: quick question about a star under third finger(WITH PIC)

Post  Patti on Fri Jun 24, 2011 2:29 am

Pamelah wrote:Patti, thanks for the clarification about your use of Gift Markings. i didn't know you weren't using that was one of your processed with hands. I see them so often in my clients that I 'just go there.'

Hi Pamelah,
I'm always open and interested in adding new tools to my hand reading tool box, but I have yet to find a 'packaged' system that encompasses all the information I have accumulated over the years.

As we can read here, people are always pleased to know they have a 'gift marking' rather than not, but I also think people must have more than a just a marking that is 'special', they must also have the ability to use that gift in a way that benefits them.


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Re: quick question about a star under third finger(WITH PIC)

Post  Pamelah on Fri Jun 24, 2011 2:45 am

I totally agree Patti. One marking does not a hand make. It's the combination of markings that matters. Gift markings are one category. And by the way, it's not easy having gift markings so wishing for one isn't always easy.

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Re: quick question about a star under third finger(WITH PIC)

Post  Patti on Fri Jun 24, 2011 3:08 am

Pamelah wrote:I totally agree Patti. One marking does not a hand make. It's the combination of markings that matters. Gift markings are one category. And by the way, it's not easy having gift markings so wishing for one isn't always easy.

Yes, I'm in agreement with you here, too!

It's like what Magna said about the readings being holistic. And, also about what Stalin said in regards that you can't combine the features unless you have some information about the individual parts that you are combining.

In that sense, I think of colors. Blue plus yellow is green, but blue plus red is purple etc. Layers of lenses - removing or adding any changes the hue, tint, shade or entire color.

As for a Star pattern on the mount under the ring finger, I think it should be big, because I see it as including the 'passion line', a typical straight 'talent' line and an extra crease or two that crosses the former two to create an asterick formation.

Smaller stars, I see them on people that have a high level of excitability depending on where found and how many.

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wow i have alot to learn

Post  jriver on Fri Jun 24, 2011 3:23 am

maybe when people have time they will give me more insight into my life and career wise i have no idea what to peruse and having to years left in school is scary but great job Thumb up

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