Thursday, July 21, 2011

Mount of Saturn

      The Mount of Saturn is sited at the bottom of the second finger. Quiet determination, carefulness, the study of serious things, love of solitude, belief in fatalism and in the eventual destiny of all things is its main characteristics. You could look at life in a more or less playful way if this mount is completely absent from the palm.
        If an individual is born between 21st December and 20th January, then this mount is said to be positive. People born between these dates have a strong mentality and force, but they would feel extremely lonely and isolated in going through their life.
A well developed mount of Saturn denotes an extremely fortunate individual who would achieve success in his/her life, just through his/her own hard work and dedication. However, such individual concentrates solely on his/her goal by remaining disconnected from other people. In fact, there is a great possibility of the person ignoring his/her family by being too much occupied by work.
       An individual with well developed Saturn mount has a great sense of responsibility and a strong desire for knowledge. Unfortunately, this individual could be an infuriating and uncertain character. It’s no surprise that people like scientists, chemists and writers possess well developed mounts of Saturn.
If this mount is overdeveloped, then it depicts a distant, cold and shy persona. If the individual possesses long fingers in addition to the over developed mount, then these characteristics are extremely true. A person is also likely to commit suicide which is another worrying fact about an over developed mount. This mount, in some cases, also take on a pale yellowish color and thus, it is no surprise that this mount is frequently over developed in the hands of criminals and robbers.
       There are clashing arguments about the absence of this mount on the palm. While some palmists confirm that the life without this mount has no importance, others say that such an individual might accomplish success in an odd manner. Thus, there are several takes on the existence of this mount.    


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