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Post  zandra on Fri Jul 15, 2011 2:02 am

Hi. This might sound like a silly question but I was looking at my palm and couldn't tell weather there was any sign of a star anywhere on it as the lines are so overlapping, could anyone tell me what characterizes a star, or highlight some on an actual palm for me please.

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Post  Parender on Sat Jul 16, 2011 10:50 am

zandra wrote:Hi. This might sound like a silly question but I was looking at my palm and couldn't tell weather there was any sign of a star anywhere on it as the lines are so overlapping, could anyone tell me what characterizes a star, or highlight some on an actual palm for me please.


Hi zandra,


Star is formed by intersecting of three lines creating six points in all. It must be independent to have its full value. This may be a ‘gift sign’. It will be proper if we call stars as the sign of ‘power’. Excluding only a few places the presence of this sign of stars on the palms of the hands usually increases the ‘power’ of the Mount where it is found.

Though the Special Lines formations or signs like stars at the particular place on the palms of the hands denote present of some special, distinctive quality, ability or capacity, natural endowment, extra potentialities or talents in a person, but ‘supports’ comes from elsewhere on the palm to make full use of it and that is essential; especially the support of good deep un cut Head Line. Possessing of such type of Head Line is a real gift in itself indeed. Give a person a strong ‘brain’ (Head Line) and a strong ‘will’ (Thumb), the person can accomplish anything.
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Post  Pamelah on Sat Jul 16, 2011 4:15 pm

zandra wrote:Hi. This might sound like a silly question but I was looking at my palm and couldn't tell weather there was any sign of a star anywhere on it as the lines are so overlapping, could anyone tell me what characterizes a star, or highlight some on an actual palm for me please.

Stars are 3 lines that intersect creating 6 points. Some stars have 8 points (4 lines intersecting. If there are only 2 lines intersecting that's considered a cross or X.
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Post  zandra on Sat Jul 16, 2011 6:18 pm

Thank you Pamelah and Parender that has cleared things up for me

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