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BY A.S. Fernando.
Signs which singly or in combinations add strength to the Mount of Mercury are the Triangle, Circle, Square, Trident, and the Single Vertical Line.


Markings that signify defects in health and character are the grille, island, dot or the cross bars.
Signs and lines on the Mount of Mercury produce results as follows:


One single vertical line: Unexpected financial gains; good fortune If very deep, great scientific skills
From three to six marked lines: Aptitude for medical studies
The same lines on a woman’s hand: The subject would marry a physician or become an excellent nurse
Many mixed lines: Cunning, Scientific skills abused
Many mixed lines reaching the Line of Heart: Unwise generosity
A spot: Failure in business
A cross: Mimic talent, disposition pleasing everyone. Tact and diplomacy in all dealings
A square: Saved from heavy financial losses. Capable of looking into the future
A triangle: Clever, but dishonest in politics
A grille: A violent death
Mercurians are prone to liver, nerve and stomach troubles, dyspepsia, and paralysis of upper limbs. However, they generally enjoy robust health and retain a youthful appearance even in old age.

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