marriage line on hand

Palm­istry is an ancient sci­ence, and there­fore a lot of knowl­edge has been accu­mu­lat­ed about the cor­re­spon­dence of the lines on the hands to the fate of the indi­vid­ual, and an expe­ri­enced palmist can quite accu­rate­ly tell about the life (past, future and present) of a per­son. Of course, in order to draw up a com­plete map of life, it will take a lot of time and a high lev­el of pro­fes­sion­al­ism, because even a small dash can com­plete­ly change the pre­dic­tion. There­fore, when inde­pen­dent­ly study­ing the lines of the palm, it is worth remem­ber­ing the approx­i­ma­tion of the pre­dic­tion. Also, do not try to make a com­plete pre­dic­tion right away, first try to choose any one aspect of life, for exam­ple, mar­riage issues.

Marriage line — location on the hand and meaning

Palm­istry con­sid­ers the line of mar­riage and chil­dren to be a trans­verse mark locat­ed on the edge of the palm between the root of the lit­tle fin­ger and the line of the heart. There may be sev­er­al such lines, they may have a dif­fer­ent shape, col­or and depth. Accord­ing­ly, the mean­ing of such lines will be dif­fer­ent.

Which hand should be used to predict marriage?

If you com­pare the line pat­tern on both hands, you will notice that it is dif­fer­ent. So which hand are you look­ing at? Palm­istry advis­es mak­ing a pre­dic­tion along the line of mar­riage and chil­dren in the palm of the work­ing hand (left for left-han­ders and right for right-han­ders). Although the lines on both hands are exam­ined in detail, atten­tion is drawn to the shape of the hands, nails and fin­gers. But in our case, we can lim­it our­selves to only lines on one hand.

See also
Registration of marriage during pregnancy

Types of marriage lines

  1. There can be two or more mar­riage lines in the palm of your hand, dif­fer­ent in length and clar­i­ty. Mar­riage is evi­denced by a clear and long line that goes to the hill of Mer­cury (a tuber­cle under the lit­tle fin­ger). It must be remem­bered that the lines reflect an emo­tion­al con­nec­tion, that is, you may live in a civ­il mar­riage with­out a stamp in your pass­port.
  2. If there is more than one long and deep mar­riage line on the hand, then there will be sev­er­al mar­riages. But there is only one rule — the longer and clear­er the line, the longer and stronger the rela­tion­ship.
  3. Short, weak mar­riage lines indi­cate short-term rela­tion­ships. If such lines pass next to a clear line denot­ing mar­riage, then this may mean the pres­ence of anoth­er per­son in your life, pos­si­bly a lover.
  4. If the mar­riage line becomes paler and less notice­able towards the end, then this indi­cates a decline in feel­ings. If, at the same time, the line bends to the line of the heart, then this indi­cates the like­li­hood of wid­ow­hood or a com­plete emo­tion­al break, when a per­son is like dead for you. If the line of mar­riage, bend­ing, reach­es the line of the head or cross­es it, then this may indi­cate cru­el­ty in a rela­tion­ship.
  5. The wavy line of mar­riage indi­cates fre­quent quar­rels and quar­rels between spous­es. The ide­al will be long, straight and clear along the entire length.
How to find out the time of mar­riage?

To do this, you need to divide the dis­tance from the root of the lit­tle fin­ger to the line of the heart into 3 equal parts, they will mean a peri­od of 25 years. On what seg­ment the mar­riage line will be, at that age mar­riage should hap­pen.

See also
Original marriage proposal

Signs on the marriage line

  1. A fork on the mar­riage line means dis­agree­ments between spous­es. If the mar­riage line begins with a fork, then this means that peo­ple did not agree at first, and if the mar­riage line ends with a fork, then this is a sign of a break. The wider the fork, the greater the dis­agree­ment.
  2. An island at the end of the mar­riage line also means divorce, but more emo­tion­al, more scan­dalous. If the mar­riage line is all in islands, then this is a sign of a scan­dalous and prob­lem­at­ic mar­riage.
  3. A cross on the mar­riage line usu­al­ly means an obsta­cle in the devel­op­ment of rela­tion­ships — ill­ness, injury, betray­al.
  4. The tri­an­gle or rec­tan­gle that ends the mar­riage line may indi­cate a prob­lem­at­ic rela­tion­ship, per­haps phys­i­cal or psy­cho-emo­tion­al pres­sure from a part­ner.
  5. A rhom­bus on the mar­riage line will speak of a tem­po­rary break, after which the rela­tion­ship is resumed again.
  6. marriage line in the palm of your hand
  7. A star on the mar­riage line is a sign of trea­son, per­haps you are being used for their own pur­pos­es.
  8. The dash­es extend­ing ver­ti­cal­ly down from the mar­riage line are a sign of a prob­lem mar­riage, but if the dash­es are at an angle, then there is dis­ap­point­ment from unful­filled hopes, although the mar­riage can be saved.
  9. Dash­es extend­ing upwards from the mar­riage line indi­cate chil­dren. Not those whom you will def­i­nite­ly give birth to — these are just the pos­si­bil­i­ties of hav­ing chil­dren, but whether you decide to keep the child or have an abor­tion is your busi­ness.

Nat­u­ral­ly, these are only the main points that you need to know if you want to receive infor­ma­tion about future fam­i­ly rela­tion­ships. In dif­fi­cult cas­es, you need to pay atten­tion to the loca­tion of oth­er lines and the shape of the hills on the palms.

See also
Sacrament of marriage