Your Fate May Lie in Your Saturn Line

Housebound in my apartment on the sea wall I cough once in awhile, but I see the sunrise from my patio over the Caribbean. So why complain?

In the last installment I discussed the Ambition Line. If it points in toward your pointer finger, it means you have the ability to go beyond what others do to achieve your goal. Today I want to draw your attention to another vertical line on your palm: the Saturn Line. Palmists often call this the Fate or Career Line, as it encompasses characteristics such as wisdom, soberness, and the ability to see life from the serious side, all needed to focus to make a living.

Opening Palms

If your Saturn line starts at the base of your palm and runs all the way up to the mound of your middle finger, you tend toward integrity, duty, tradition, and perseverance. You place one foot after the other, sustaining purpose throughout your life. You are a self-starter especially if the line begins down near the middle of your wrist. You have a sense of who you are and where you are going; you have had this feeling since youth.

If your Saturn line starts inside your life line or merges with the life line for a time, you are probably in the family business, or are living out some family tradition, whether happily or not.

If your Saturn line starts on the Mound of Luna, you most likely work for social causes.

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