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What the signs and lines on Mounts say Signs and lines on the Mount of Moon

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Human Hand – Trailblazer of Human Civilization - Part 2

Readers are reminded that the Mount of Moon is the pad located between the Head Line and the Life line at the percussion of the hand below the Mount of Upper Mars.  


Description:  Many confused and crossed lines at the bottom of the Mount
Result:  Bladder trouble; often Diabetes or Bright’s Disease of the kidneys.
These lines in the hand of a female:  An infallible sign of gynecological problems especially if there is a star at the connection of the lines of Head and Liver.
Capillary cross lines: Wounds on the body



Description:  A spot on the Mount of Moon. 
Result:  Some disease of the nervous system – from Hysteria to raving madness.




Description:  A blue spot on the Line of Life.  Another Blue spot on the upper part of the Moon. 
Result:  A fatal abscess on the intestines.




Description:   A cross on the Mount.
Result: Superstitious; a dreamy disposition. If large: Deceiving nature or at least one prone to bragging.



Description:  An angle on the Mount.
Result:    Danger of drowning.




Description:  A star on the Mount.
Result:   Danger of death by drowning.



Description: A star on the line of voyage (foreign travel). 
Result:  Danger of shipwreck.




Description:  A star on the lower part of the Mount.
Result: Tendency to suffer from Dropsy.



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