C The Mount Of Venus And Its Meaning





The portion of the palm under the base of the Thumb and inside the Line

of Life is called the Mount of Venus (Plate VI., Part II.).



When well-formed and not too large, it denotes a desire for love and

companionship, the desire to please, worship of beauty in every form, the

artistic and emotional temperament, and it is usually very prominent in

the hands of all artists, singers, and musicians.



This Mount, the science of Physiology teaches, covers one of the most

important blood vessels in the palm, viz., the "Great Palmer Arch." If

this loop or arch is large, it indicates a plentiful supply of blood and

strong active circulation; consequently, the health is more robust. It is

found that persons possessing this Mount well developed, being in active

strong health, are naturally more full of passion than those individuals



in poor health, and who, in consequence, have this portion of the hand

either flat or poorly developed. Hence, when this Mount is large it has

been considered to show passion and larger sensuality than when flat,

flabby, or non-developed.



This Mount is therefore called Positive when high or large, and Negative

when small or flat.



With the rest of the hand normal, this Mount well shaped is an excellent

sign to have, as it denotes magnetism and attraction of one sex to the

other, but if found together with vicious or abnormal signs in the hand,

it increases those tendencies.



When considered with the birth date, as alluded to in the former

chapters, it helps to throw considerable light on characteristics that

might otherwise be overlooked.



The student may consider it Positive when the subject is born between

April 20th and May 20th, and in a minor way until May 27th, the chief

characteristics of this period being as follows:



These persons have a curious dominating power over others, and are found

rather inclined to be too dogmatic in their opinions, and also often too

unyielding and tyrannical. They are considered stiff-necked and

obstinate, but the strange thing is that when they love they become the

most abject slaves of all to the object of their devotion, and they will

consider no sacrifice too great for that one being who holds or attracts

their affection.



They are hospitable and generous, and especially love to entertain their

friends. They make wonderfully good hosts, have great taste about food,

and love to give excellent dinners.



They dress with great taste, and are generally considered richer than

they really are, and they can make a good show on very little.



They are impulsive in their likes and dislikes, rather too frank and

outspoken, quick in temper, and when their blood is up they have no

restraint on what they say.



Their passion or temper is, however, quickly over, and when the storm is

passed they are most regretful for the wounds their temper may have

caused.



These types are most easily influenced by their surroundings, and become

morbid and depressed when they are forced to live in gloomy and

uncongenial conditions.



Neither the man nor woman born in this period should marry early, for

their first attempt is usually a mistake. They are so independent in

character that, especially if they marry early and find their mistake,

they lead unconventional lives and get severely criticised in

consequence.



They are inclined to be very jealous when their affections are roused,

especially if the peace of the home is in any way disturbed.





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