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How to Detect a Potential Bad Spouse – Part 2

How to Detect a Bad Spouse - Part 2

What’s worse than never getting married? It’s marrying the wrong person!

Vedic Palmistry allows us to foresee a partnership that is potentially a bad choice.

Line of Heart

Line of Heart positioned too close to the Line of Head indicates a carrier who’s more calculating than affectionate.

Line of Head

Line of Head sloping towards the Mount of Moon indicates depression and suicide tendencies.

Line of Head separated up from the Line of Life indicates a carrier who’s Quarrelsome and reckless, someone who does not seek or hear advice.

Line of Union

Absent Line of Union indicates a person who’s uncommitted to their sexual relationships.

Saturn and Sun Fingers

Separation between Saturn and Sun fingers indicates a spender and wasteful carrier.

Mercury Finger

Mercury Finger inclined out of the hand indicates sexual deviations.

Thumb (or Venus Finger)

A Short and Wide Thumb, as well as Short and Wide Nails, indicate Aggressiveness and Stubbornness.

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How to Detect a Potential Bad Spouse

How to Detect a Potential Bad Spouse

What’s worse than never getting married? It’s to marry the wrong person!

Using Vedic Palmistry, we can know if the person we are interested in forming a partnership is a bad choice.

Line of Heart

Line of Heart that ends on Mount of Saturn indicates a Selfish person.

Jupiter Finger

A too long Jupiter Finger indicates someone Tyrannical and Oppressive.

Mercury Finger

A Mercury Finger that’s crooked and/or inclined outward, indicates relationship problems and sexual deviations.

A Mercury Finger that’s crooked indicates a person who’s a Liar and a Swindler.

Mount of Mars

A Mount of Mars that’s too developed indicates a person who’s Quarrelsome and possibly Violent if the hand skin is reddish in color.

Mount of Venus

A Mount of Venus that’s too developed indicates a person who’s too Libidinous and a potential Cheater.

Thumb (or Venus Finger)

A Thumb with a protruded 1st Phalanx indicates a person who’s Violent and Oppressive.

A Thumb that’s short and wide, a/k/a clubbed thumb, indicates a carrier who’s Aggressive and Stubborn.

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Quick Analysis of Alex Jones’ Hand

Palmistry Case Study: A Quick Analysis of Alex Jones’s Hand

Observations of Alex Jones’s Right Hand – A Quick Palmistry Analysis

UPDATE: The links below confirm my analysis.

Alex Jones is an American radio show host and conspiracy theorist. He hosts The Alex Jones Show from Austin, Texas, which used to be streamed also on social media outlets such as YouTube and Facebook, among others, from where he was banned last month.

He was recently video recorded while heckling US Senator Marco Rubio, from where I observed his right hand and this is my brief analysis.

Palmistry Case Study: A Quirck Analysis of Alex Jones' Hand
Alex Jones’ video interrupting Senator Marco Rubio

The Hand

The hand is of a square shape with a bulging percussion, which denotes a mix of a practical and yet emotional individual, someone with a practical approach to life but with a protruded level of emotions added. He’s led by emotions but wants to do what’s easiest and most practical.

The hand is of Fire Element and Square Type, which defines the above mentioned traits. Fire hand folks are ambitious, explosive and restless. Square hand people are restricted from new ideas and are not open minded.

The Fingers

With the exception of the first, the fingers are crooked and they are of a square shape.

1st Finger: The first finger shows someone who is ambitious, enjoys leadership roles and can actually be a likable leader as he is easy to talk to. The extra-long 2nd phalanx of this finger indicates vanity.

2nd Finger: The second finger is crooked, which means, according to palmistry, hysteria and murderous tendencies. The inclination of this finger towards the 3rd finger indicates he doesn’t mind a notorious life, even at the cost of bad reputation. The extra-long 2nd phalanx of this finger shows someone extra-preoccupied with his commerce.

3rd Finger: The third finger is also crooked, which in palmistry indicates someone who uses arts and creativity for ill purposes. Its inclination towards the little finger confirms the tendency to use arts and creativity solely for profit, which is further confirmed by the extra length of the 2nd phalanx of this finger. The length of this finger shows someone who enjoys taking high risks and gambling.

4th Finger: The fourth finger is likewise crooked, indicating a dishonest carrier and his desire for profit is seen by the outward inclination. When the 4th finger points outward, it means a high level of intelligence, and it can also indicate homosexual tendencies. The length of this finger shows shrewdness and eloquence.

The Thumb

The thumb seems stiff and short, which indicates a rigid and stubborn personality, closed to new ideas and someone who does not listen to counsel. If the 1st phalanx is indeed longer, as the image seems to show, it means a tendency to be oppressive and domineering.

DISCLAIMER: This information is for educational and entertainment purposes only. It should not be viewed as factual and errors are possible, considering that the hand image is not of optimal quality and has not been personally examined. This is intended for students and lovers of palmistry to understand and practice hand analysis.
My video analysis of Alex Jones’ Hand

Confirmations of My Analysis

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Meaning of the Sun, Moon and Ascendant Signs

Meaning of the Sun, Moon and Ascendant Signs

To understand ourselves and to make sense of the way our lives develop is the ultimate purpose of the study of astrology. In all cases, the whole person must be addressed, but the astrological keys symbolize different aspects of the entire person, depending on the side you are looking to analyze and understand. Each one of these symbols (Sun, Moon, Planets, Signs, Nodes, Houses, Aspects, etc.) stands for many things and it’s often hard to separate them, but the following are some basics:

The Sun Sign

Despite what you may have read, the Sun Sign is the mark of the innermost structure of our character. It stands for the primary karmic shaping that is to undergo in this lifetime. We respond at the deepest level through the filter of our Sun Sign, which is a mark of the soul’s developmental needs in this incarnation. Your Sun Sign is the Zodiac Sign that the Sun was in at the time and place that you were born. There are twelve Signs of the Zodiac and each Sign is made up of thirty degrees, making 360 degrees in the entire zodiac. The Sun travels about a degree a day and so gets right through the zodiac in a twelve month period.

The Moon Sign

The Moon Sign in terms of character stands for the outer, emotional personality (product of past karma) and in association with Mercury, the structure of the mental state. Naturally there are many other layers of symbolism attached to the Moon, but so far as our own personality is concerned, that’s it in a nutshell. The Moon travels far more quickly through the Zodiac, taking only about two and a half days to transit each Sign. The Moon therefore completes her transit of the entire zodiac in approximately one month.

The Rising Sign

The Rising Sign or Ascendant governs the appearance and the self-image, which in conjunction with the Moon and ruling planet expresses the way others see you, and indeed (especially the Moon) tends to be the way you see yourself. The Ascendant or Rising Sign is the sign rising over the Eastern¹ horizon at the moment of your birth. The Earth rotates once on her axis every twenty-four hours, so taking just one day to have all of the signs from Aries to Pisces rise over the horizon. Each sign takes about two hours to pass across the horizon, so the time of birth is quite critical in calculating² the Ascendant.

Predictions and assessment of an individual’s horoscope must be done from the Ascendant sign as this is the basis of individualization of a person seen at the exact time of birth, and further determined by the Nakshatra’s Pada, which are the 4 divisions in each of the 27 lunar constellations.

The Ruling Planet

The Ruling Planet is also significant and will often be more important than the others, in terms of the experiences that are undergone. The Ruling Planet is usually the designated planetary ruler of the Ascendant, but can be another strong planet (such as the Sun-ruler, Moon-ruler, most elevated, etc.) if the ascendant-ruler is weak by sign or aspect.

Planetary Aspects and Position make a huge difference too, as a debilitated planet will have a quite different effect from the same planet (Sun, Moon, etc.) when fortified. Each planet has a primary influence at different times in the individual life, but this is best established by a personalized astrological evaluation.

¹ The Ascendant is in essence the Sign of the Earth, the Terrestrial Sign, it is the sign that appears on the horizon rising East, which Jyotish describes as the side where the Creator (God) appears.

² Vedic astrology uses the sidereal zodiac based on the constellations. Western astrology uses the tropical zodiac based on the seasons.

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♐ Transit of Saturn in Sagittarius and Predictions for Each Sign

♐ Transit of Saturn in Sagittarius and Predictions for Each Sign

On January 26, 2017, Saturn leaves the sign of Scorpio and enters the sign of Sagittarius, where it will remain until January 23, 2020. This video provides the general predictions on what this transit represents for each sign. The benefits and malefic influences of this transit depend on the condition of Saturn and other details on your Natal Vedic Chart.