The Intuition line lies at the side of the hand near the percussion. It rises on Mount of Moon, (lower percussion area) and in a curve, ends on or near the Mount of Mercury (mount beneath the little finger). The distinguishing feature of this line lies in its decided curve.
It is a rather uncommon line. I have personally only seen a few in its entirety.
The existence of this line, if well and marked, adds significantly to the intuitive faculties and tends to enhance the Mercurian acuteness. If coupled with long fingers, pointed tips, full Mount of Moon and the head line sloping, the subject will be strongly psychic with visions, and they will be firm advocates in signs and omens.
A deeply etched line will give the most considerable amount of intuition. A broken or otherwise defective line (such as islands or crosses on the line) limits its value.
Rising lines from the intuition line to any of the mounts can give clues to the benefits or downfall effects of it.
- A clear line to Mount Jupiter shows potential success from the ambitious use of their powers.
- A line to the Mount of Apollo is a sign of their fame.
- If the line cuts through the line of Saturn (fate/career line), it can mean that use of the intuitive faculties might negatively influence the career. However, if it merges into the line of Saturn, it helps the career.
- If it is partially mixed up with the line of Mercury, the health or nervous system may be affected by its powers if not used wisely.
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