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Fate Line Timing Events Scale in Palmistry

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Fate line timing events

The timing on any line is never an exact science; this is mainly the case for the fate line which registers our advancement through life.

Each mark, break or divergence matches to an event in our life. Fate line timing is to potentially spot an impending change of career or another life event.

The fate line is the middle vertical crease on the palm. Some people call it a career line or line of Saturn.

What I have found to be the easiest way to get a close estimate is to use the different lines to compare. If the heart and head lines form in a typical manner such as the photo here, then the age of approximately thirty-five is where the line crosses the head line. 

Where it crosses the heart line, is usually the age of fifty. Other palm readers may disagree with this timescale, and I understand because of we all progress at a different pace in life.

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How to know if fate line timing is accurate?

The best way to make the timing more accurate is to compare past life events on the line. For instance, if there is an island on it (indicating a period of financial trouble). Ask the subject what age they were at the time of that event, then it can be judged from that point.

If the hand does not have the typical lines, say for instance they are displaced higher or lower than average, or there is a Simian line, then I adjust the timing from the age of thirty being the centre of the palm. The spacing tends to get narrower towards the later period.

See a video lesson here

Marks on the fate line here

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2 thoughts on “Fate Line Timing Events Scale in Palmistry

  1. […] break, look for a bridge line (often very faint) that connects to the fate line. In many cases, the fate line acts as a life line to support a change in a new direction. (If you have a missing fate line, see […]

  2. […] fate line is showing a change in career or goals around the age of […]

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