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Post by Daniel09 on 07.05.09 4:27

I was wondering if the Aset Ka might possibly have an interest in Palmistry, or if Palmistry is important at all to Asetians. It's another area of study I find intriguing, this time because I have lines on my palms that are strange. It aggravates me that I can't find a proper book or web site that can explain the lines that I have that are so very different than other people's. The picture I made in my signature actually has a graphic representation of the box just above the center of my palm between the head and heart lines. My life line is also strange in that about halfway along, it arcs into my fate line then breaks and continues to the head line.

So it's an interest of mine, and I was curious what members here thought about it, if possibly the Aset Ka might utilize it in some way.
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Post by Aghrab on 08.05.09 23:21

I really doubt that the Asetians rely on such things as palmistry. On the other hand, quite unrelated, yet interesting... I do believe iridology and the study of the iris is, and was, of great significance to the Asetians.

Personally, without having researched this beforehand, I believe that iridology was used in Ancient Egyptian times, especially with the wives and/or concubines of the Pharaohs and royalty. Most doctors back then were men, and what I have come to learn about Pharaohs and Viperines, is that they would go to great lengths towards keeping their wives from being touched, especially by men. They were, and are, passionately possessive beings with the one they Love, Own and feel as theirs. This small information, in case some of you may not have ever come across, is clearly explained in the beginning of the movie “The Mummy”, where the wife of the Pharaoh, Ankhesenamen (and many other spellings), is covered from head to toe in gold and in black painting art, so that if she is touched, the delicate drawings would wipe off and reveal that she has been indeed touched by someone.

So having covered that, I believe that iridology was used back in the old days, for two reasons. One is the obvious that it kept the wives of the royalty from being touched by men, keeping them pure, and another, that I am assuming, is that it was used more especially towards Asetians, because of how much information their iris is able to provide us. I assume their iris changes density in color, or, their eyes even slightly change color in moments of health crisis or energy crisis, so it would have been a helpful way of identifying their state of overall health.

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Post by Syrianeh on 09.05.09 4:07

Ahgrab: this is very interesting. Thank you for a great post.

Would you happen to know if dark spots or dots on the lighter part of the iris had any significance? It is not the case with myself, but I have known someone who has them.
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Post by Daniel09 on 09.05.09 15:46

Iridology is very interesting. I wonder what it would mean for someone to have a lack of color, like gray, but have a kind of golden color around the pupil and the thin gray ring?
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Post by Aghrab on 11.05.09 22:55

I have heard that, within Asetians at least, lack of color and density of their iris is a sign of either low energy, shaken system, or weak connection to their roots... for example, if they are not being spiritual.

As for your question, Syrianeh, about the dots on the colored part of the eye... I am not yet certain of what the significance are. But I am sure that someone who studies iridology can know what its significance, due to where it is located. For example, the location in the eye corresponding to the kidney is in the lower part of the iris, so I am guessing if it was located there, or if there was some tissue changes there, it would have some connection and significance to the kidney.

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Post by Guest on 19.01.10 10:23

Not to change the changed topic (lol), And I am really intersted In Iridology, but Daniel... I have had some trouble with lines on my hands as well. Perhaps a picture that I could look at.

I have found truth in palmistry and would love to take it up again. A ...adopted grandpa has bracelets that run into his palm which signify reproductive or sexual trouble...and it's true! He's had 3 surgeries! (And still produced 6 kids lol).

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Re: Palmistry and Aset Ka

Post by Daniel09 on 21.01.10 20:04

Well, in basic terms (because I cannot produce a picture easily at the moment), my life line begins at the corner of my wrist and continues up for a short line, at which point it stops and there is a slight gap between it and my fate line, which has a branch that reaches near the ended life line. But, the life line starts up again after about half an inch. It is not faint in between or anything; rather a serious break. On my right hand, the same situation is present, except the branch from the fate line is heavily merged with the life line. The break with the rest of the life line is still there.

All I can think of in defining the actual meaning of it, is that My life will reach a point in which fate takes over completely, and will basically put an end to the life I had before. Either that or I'll die in some way that the Gods have dictated, lol.

The only other curiosities are that on my left hand, my fate line drives up to my head line, which has a triangle between the head and heart line, the base at the fate line's end, kind of like the fate line is the causeway of the pyramid, hehe. As it is, on the left of the triangle is a bridging line from head to heart, and on the right is the same, but with a slight gap.

On the right hand is less, the fate line drives to the head and stops, right above it, a bridging "X" between the head and heart lines.

One more thing. On my right hand, there is a faint, very faint line connecting my life line together in the middle. I sense some kind of debilitating accident in my future.
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Re: Palmistry and Aset Ka

Post by Aleina on 01.07.10 21:37

Syrianeh wrote:Would you happen to know if dark spots or dots on the lighter part of the iris had any significance? It is not the case with myself, but I have known someone who has them.

I once had a book in hand, a small booklet, about what part of your foot and palm's pressure points identify with what part of your body's pains. And a part of the book was about the eyes, and what part of it is connected to what organ. I'm sure that if you find a reliable book on iridology, or maybe even a search online, you might be able to find a lot of information on whether or not certain aspects of your eye, such as color, or dark spots (or dots), mean anything.
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