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This Is What The Size Of Your Pinky Finger Says About Your Personality

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The ancient art of palmistry has been around for many years. It’s the technique that reveals personality and character traits by studying the size, shape and lines of the fingers and hands. During the ancient times, fortune tellers were highly recognized, but at times ostracized because people feared the art of their “magic.”

Palmists believe there are many different ways to tell the future based on someone’s hand. They will use three different lines on your hand: the head line, the heart line and the life line. But it doesn’t stop there; fingernails can also play a key role.

But palmists believe one of the most popular ways a person can learn more about themselves is by the length of their pinky finger. The length of the pinky finger can determine three types of people. Read on to find out what those types are.

Before I get into the three major types of people the pinky finger can determine, I want to touch base on the three lines that palmists use during palm reading. The life line which I mentioned, starts between the index finger and the thumb and goes all the way up to the base of the thumb.

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Next is the heart line, which reveals a persons’ emotional state, can also be a great predictor of a person’s health.

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The last line is the head line. The name is a pretty accurate description of what it does. The head line will reveal a person’s psychological makeup and their intellectual potential.

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As I also mentioned, the fingernails can also play a key role in determining a person’s health. This is not just a fortune teller technique, this is also true in the world of science as well. A glossy and smooth fingernail that have moderate hardness indicates good health.

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