Hi Mrs Palm Reader
I am Michel Joseph. Actually i am not a professional palmist I am reading palmistry books just as my hobby only….
Madam I have just one question but before starting my question I want to share little story……………
I have many friends but four of them died before the
age of 25 ( one died at 19, one at age 24 and one at 23 and one almost 32)
I have seen the hands of all four friends…… the life line was perfect.
And I am 100% agreed to you that the life line does not indicate how old a person will live actually…… because i have seen in my own eyes the palm of all of four my friends….. and they all died in a different ways. One died due to cancer 2 died due to road accident and one died in a club due to overdose drug…..
My question is that I have seen people who had long life lines but died young, but i have never seen any old person who has a short life line till now…….
Maybe i have not seen too much hands of people…..
My question is: Have you ever seen a person of old
age who has a short life line in both hands (without any supporting line like mars line sister line health line etc….)?
Note: I have seen a person who has a long life line but is going to die young but never seen an old man with a short life line… so
can you help me to sort out this question please?
I am not saying that a short life line indicates short life
but want to know have you seen an old person who has a short life line on his or her hand…..?
After a bit of research I managed to find a couple of old people with short life lines, confirming what i always say: The life line doesn’t mark when a person is going to die.
Rather, we should pay more attention to the strength, color and markings that occur on the lifeline.
Thanks for your interesting question.
All the best
Mrs Palm Reader