If You Have A Letter ‘M’ On The Palm Of Your Hand, This is what it means

 

Palmistry is an ancient art whose roots have been traced back several thousand years to India, where it was born from Hindu astrology and first mentioned in the Chinese book the I Ching. It quickly spread all over Asia and Europe, whereupon Aristotle took up an interest in it and passed the knowledge on to Alexander the Great. The Macedonian king often used it to judge the character of his military officers and would closely read the lines of their palms. It must have helped him out because in fifteen years of nonstop conquest he never lost a single battle.




Now in this piece, we are specifically talking about the letter M and what it means if someone finds this on his or her hand. It’s formed by the heart, head, and life lines.

Not everyone has the marking. It’s a little bit more rare than you might think. It’s said that people with the M lines are special.

Those with the letter M are thought to be the best at seeing through lies and peeling back shrouds intended to confuse.

A renowned palmist stated,

“Those that have a “M” on the hand might be attracted to careers in journalism, writing or education. Additionally, they are excellent in making money in life, simply because they generally thrive in careers which demand great self-discipline and self-motivation, they can also be drawn to management.”

She added,




“In a few uncommon instances, we see the creation of the letter “M” in the palm of the subject’s hand. This is a result of the head line, heart line as well as the Life line creating an “M” symbol by the combination of all lines, this signifies fortune. The letter M on the palm represents riches. To have this line means the subject likes to solve mysteries and could be attracted to careers in the legal system or politics.”

The letter M is an omen of: 

  • Great Prospect
  • Leadership
  • Fortune
  • Riches.

Check out the video below and compare your own hand closely. Do you have the M?

 

 

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