Palmistry, popularly known as hand reading, is an ancient form of art tracing back to India several thousand years ago. It was first documented in the I Ching, a Chinese book and is believed to have developed from Hindu astrology. Hand reading rapidly spread throughout Europe and Asia, catching the interest of Aristotle, who then passed on the knowledge to Alexander the Great. As emperor, Alexander the great regularly used palmistry to judge the characters of his officers.
Today, many people view the practice of hand reading as pseudo-science, quickly dismissing it as superstitious beliefs. However, palmistry has endured eons. Many people remain skeptical is because they do not truly understand hand reading, knowing only what they’ve seen in the media. Unfortunately, through books, films, and TV shows touching on it, the media has wrongly portrayed palmistry.
RELATED ARTICLE: What Your Hand Size Says About Your Personality
This article focuses on bracelet lines, also known as rascette lines. They are the horizontal lines located on the underside of your wrists, at the junction separating your arm from the hand.
The lines on your wrist can provide a lot of information regarding your future, character, personality, and health. According to metaphysics, the number of bracelet lines represents the longevity of human life. The more rascette lines you have, the longer you are expected to live. Additionally, the first bracelet line provides more information and is more important than the rest.
The first line: Indicates the health status and activeness of your body. An unbroken, clear, and deeply defined bracelet line directly indicates a happy, healthy, and long life. You must, however, change your lifestyle if the first rascette line is unclear, broken, or not deeply defined. You should keep your mind relaxed and consume nutritious foods. A lot of cracks in your first bracelet line indicate you have faced many problems trying to fulfill your dreams.
The second line Indicates your success in life and satisfaction with it. A pronounced or deeply defined second rascette line means you are living a luxurious life. However, cracks in this particular line represent potential difficulties regarding your financial situation.
The third line: Seeing as not everyone has a third bracelet line, you may or may not have one on your wrist. You, however, have a significant influence on other individuals if you have a definite and continuous third bracelet line on your wrist. The influence can be both personally and professionally. People will always remember you.
The fourth line: Prominent fourth lines on your wrist represent the longevity and fertility of your life. Having a clear fourth line, therefore, shows you will lead a long life and have many children. However, you should not worry even if this very bracelet line is either bent or broken. The presence of a fourth line indicates you have excellent control over your life and the ability to bring about positive changes.
According to metaphysics knowledge, if the first bracelet line is unbroken and clearly marked, it indicates about 23 to 28 years of life. Of a similar condition, the second bracelet line represents 46-56 and the third 69-84 years of life. Amazingly, an unbroken and clearly marked fourth line appearing on the wrist represents more than 84 years of life.
Additionally, each of the lines on your wrist usually expresses health concerns. The first one differs between genders. Women with a first line curving upwards to the base of their palm or a broken one may experience gynecological problems. Such concerns include difficulties conceiving or delivering. The same type of first bracelet line in men means they could experience urinary, reproductive, or prostate issues.
Thinking that there are hints about your entire life, the past, present, and future, in your wrists can be quite fascinating. Most of all if you believe bracelet lines can reveal hidden truths about your life and what your future holds. However, it is also notable that such knowledge can prove frustrating, especially since outcomes rarely are what we expect or desire.