The area on lower side of palm (Red) is known as mount of moon. In this case, it is undeveloped meaning the person is very materialistic and is bound to marry for money. Complementing this indication is the heart line (Blue) which is straight and ends in a fork.
The straightness means marrying for money and the fork at the end means that the person will find the right person to marry. The head line (Orange) is going straight then divides in a fork with one straight prong and one sloping prong which means that the person is extremely smart.
It also indicates a person who is both business-minded and creative at the same time. Furthermore, it showcases that the subject has two points of view which helps them attain success as a journalist, lawyer, etc. The fate line (Green) commences from the mount of moon which means success in a career in the public eye as well as financial support from in-laws. It goes all the way till the base of middle finger which means that the person will never be devoid of money until the end of his or her life. Two mercury lines (Black) means the person will earn a lot of money from two careers. In this case: modeling and acting.
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