Square Mark on the Palm Meanings
A set of lines which form a square mark on the palm can have a specific meaning. This square needs to be formed by lines that are not a part of another major or minor line. It takes a meticulous eye when analysing for marks like the square. Often it is a mix of other lines overlapping, hence not a square. The square needs to stand on its own, independently.
A square over a line is a protective mark, often covering an uncertain period. It means that the individual might have avoided a possibly difficult period. On the heart line, it refers to the emotional state. On the head line; the mental, and on the
Square mark on the palm mounts
The Mercury mount
The Mercury mount sits under the base of the little finger. This mount mainly relates to the mind and the ability for communication, whether in personal relationships or business. It shows how well you connect with others as well as the amount of mental capacity and ideas. Positive aspects show quick wit and intelligence.
Negative aspects point to deceitfulness or nervousness, especially if the line of the head is weak or poorly marked. If the mount of Mercury is significant and is partially under Apollo, the communication style is creative, such as a writer. This displacement usually happens when there is high Apollo line that rises to the finger. The pinkie plays a significant role in the overall balance of character; if well-developed, it lessens the struggles to succeed in all areas of life.
A square mark on the Mercury mount shows protection against mental strain and financial risks. It depicts honesty.
Under the ring finger is the mount of Apollo or Sun. When this mount is large, it indicates a desire to be recognised. Positive aspects of Apollo show a versatile, generous, happy and adaptable person. They love to see the beauty in all things. He may be an artist or like to surround themselves with art. They enjoy luxury and in the practical world good taste in general. Negative aspects point to gambling or paying too much attention to appearances.
A square mark on the mount of Apollo under the ring finger shows a protective influence in achieving success. A square under the middle finger, the mount of Saturn, is about the protection of property. So what that means is that it can refer to law or money matters. Traditionally it is preservation from danger and or luck in not going to jail.
Mount of Saturn
The Saturn mount is at the base of the middle finger. The middle finger and mount represent your boundaries; it is the balancing force of the psyche aiding rational thought. This area is associated with limitations, the elderly, grandparents and wise men. In astrology, it is seen as the ruler of fate.
It is normal for this mount to be flat or only slightly padded, depicting self-control, common sense and a love of philosophy. Positively it shows someone practical and conservative with strong character, wisdom and maturity. A square here is likely to be on the line of Saturn, which depicts protection of property or finances.
The mount of Jupiter beneath the index finger tells how much a person likes to dominate, lead and organise. On a well-marked hand, a large Jupiter mount is an indication of success from a character perspective. The Jupiter mount shows the self-confidence, pride, ego, religion and the strengths and weaknesses of the character. Jupiter rules your luck, growth and wisdom. They are the most independent of all types in their career. If the Jupiter mount shares the space partially beneath the Saturn finger, there is hands-on ability to achieve goals.
A square in this area shows a sound sense of pride and professional integrity. It may also refer to a partner who gives protection within a relationship. Traditionally it is called a ‘teacher’s square’ which shows the ability to share knowledge.
A square mark on the palm mount of Venus is protection against broken relationships. A traditional interpretation is that it denotes a confined life.
Mount of Moon
On the mount of the moon, the square is suggesting strength, it also shows protection against danger or harm, especially during travel.