Horizontal or Vertical lines on the fingertips
Sometimes one or more horizontal lines might appear on the tip of the finger. These lines on the fingertips can suggest different things, depending on which finger the line is on. However, many of these lines can come and go as times change.
It is more common to have vertical lines on the fingertips. The vertical lines can simply denote tiredness (lack of energy) or dehydration (common on the elderly). Some say that the vertical line enhances the qualities of the area which the finger represents.
On the thumb
A vertical line on the thumb heightens the qualities of drive, determination, energy and willpower. Multiple lines, however, indicates diffusion of the determination because of a lack of concentration.
The horizontal lines on the fingertips are most common on the thumb. It tells of nervous tension or frustration regarding willpower or getting things done. It also shows that decision making is not easy. The thumb also shows the amount of energy available, so the more lines on the tip, the more likely that vitality is lacking.
Lines and Marks On the Index finger
On the index finger, lines can affect leadership and self-esteem. Horizontal lines suggest resentment or lack of self-confidence. It might also be regarding goals, authority or spirituality. A definite vertical line is an indication of someone who leads an active life. They might have a deep sense of religion and can express their spirituality in everyday life.
Cross or star mark on the index fingertip
Mir Bashir mentions that a clearly formed cross creates some imbalance to the religious or spiritual expressions. It is more likely to lean towards superstitions or fantasies. The star is a rare mark and denotes a fortunate or important event in the life of the individual, accompanied by spiritual or material rewards.
The middle fingertip
The middle finger represents the law, order, duty and security. Therefore a vertical line there might depict many responsibilities. Again, multiple lines show excess, as in a burden or doing too much. A horizontal line on the middle fingertip points towards the lack of security, especially of home or finances. Or, some self-control or responsibility issues. A clear and straight vertical line accentuates the Saturn qualities which can be positive like jobs and money-making or negative ones like pessimism and brooding.
The cross mark on the middle fingertip as per Mir Bashir’s remarks is unfavourable and denotes a disturbing moral balance. The person has lost faith and is unable to follow the right path.
The ring and little finger
The ring finger is about relationships, warmth, happiness and creativity. If the ring finger has horizontal or cross lines on the tip, it shows worry over relationships or just general unhappiness. It can suggest coldness or possible obstacles or blocks in creative ideas. A vertical line indicates a fanatic in the quest of beauty. There might be great devotion to an idea or creation. Multiple vertical lines show a genius kind of multiplicity in the approach to things, especially creative ideas.
Lastly, the pinkie that represents communication and business. Also, of intelligence, sexuality, and healing. It shows how well you connect with others as well as the amount of mental capacity and ideas. Horizontal lines on the tip would indicate problems in one or more of those areas. It can also show someone who is afraid to speak up. A vertical line shows an aptitude for effective speech and heightened intuition. Mir Bashir says a star on the little fingertip indicates strong potential for being a successful speaker who can make a great impact on his or her audience.
Lines Under the Fingers
These lines which encircle below the fingers are called rings, but are relatively rare, except the ring of Solomon, often appearing as a partial ring or several faint lines. One clear deep line will have a higher significance. In my observations, I regard these lines as a ‘block’ in the flow of energy from the finger, owing to the way it encircles the finger. Read more about them in this article.