Figure 61 : The wheat line AB is crooked. But, upto some distance from it is a little favourable. Until 28 years, the person will receive help from Government and friends. Then the line is broken and bent. This indicates interruption to education, failure of all attempts to secure money. The DC Madhura line is long and crooked. This implies that the native is a graduate, but fickle-minded. The Rati rekha E resembles a serpent's tail and is aspected by the enemy line H; while proceeding towards E it is not only broken but dim. This means that continuous efforts for marriage will go in vain.
The Manimalikha G is rough, sub-divided and scissors marked. Hence, the native will squander away his little paternal property, draw censure on himself, associate himself with women of questionable character, suffer from venereal diseases, turn a beggar and become deformed.
Late marriage Figure 64 :
We observe Rahu in lagna; a white line with a white tint is proceeding to the top of the whirl in the form of a serpent's tail. The Kesara rekhas in the 2nd phalange of the thumb, the CB lines below them and the DC Malika line are dented into shreds while the wheat line AB is also split. Hence, whatever the
native's paternal property might be, his father and brothers turn inimical to him and thus he derives no benefit. The Rati rekha which we find in the middle of BD is dented at the beginning. But seems somewhat good after the mid-past and hence, the native will have sexual happiness from his 38 or 40 years. From E to D we notice slightly the form of a fish and therefore, the native will have a family from his 40th year.
Figure 66 : From A to E we notice no Thara, Kesara rekhas. The dented skin ridges indicate the native having undergone severe hardships in his boyhood. Since line F is dented, the native is uneducated. The Rati rekha issuing from E is blunt and thick; at the part of the arrow sign, the Ripu (enemy) line which has issued from the Malika line side has intersected the GE Rati rekha and moved up. This suggests that the native's wife must have died from an accident in his 37th year.
In the second half observe the GF triangle. Some good is indicated. As there are 2 Kesara rekhas, the native will have a second marriage and be happy. But the Ripu (enemy) line ?? has proceeded upto the wheat line, the native will have nervous debility, suffer from bodily ailments and inimical manoeuvres.
Figure 68 : Here, the period of longevity is indicated as from 0 to 70. The mode of measurement, from 0 to 18 the line is dented. The 18th year points to the native having left his place of birth. From 18 to 32 he earns by strenuous efforts. However, in his 33rd year a subsidiary line has come to his rescue. There, the wheat form (bead) commences and the native gets a high position, a good income and family as a result of the merits of his previous birth.
From his 38th year, the native will have vehicular conveyance, gain wealth, build house, buy lands and earn fame. From A to ? we notice Madhura and Mana cross lines which spell good to the native. He will be educated. But the line ? is somewhat split which indicates that he will have to face disgust and disharmony in conjugal life.
Figure 80 : (A murderer's thumb print)
The thumb is long and stout; it does not in the least degree bend backwards. It is blunt and coarse. The other fingers are long. From the line 1-2 serpent's young ones seem to move on the earth layers with open mouths. 3 Madhura Mana rekhas are short and so the native remained uneducated. The thumb is blunt and rough and so the person will be dogmatic, obstinate and silly. The Malika rekha is crooked and resembles the roots of a tree and hence the person is fated to lead a hard life. And as the earth semi-circles noticeable on the wheat line are like the young ones of serpents, and the Rati rekha is coarse (4), the wife will be a whore. The native will murder his relations in unimaginable (extraordinary) ways and will be sentenced to prison. The person appears like a demon.
Figure 81 : Here, the FB line does not appear quite in form. From the side of F the line is short at commencement. The portion at commencement is dented and in the middle of AF it assumes the form of a tiny line. This implies that the native, even in his early boyhood abandons his house (where he was born) and grows up as an adopted heir. Upto some distance from the side of F, the line appears clearly and distinctly. From boyhood alone, the native earns recognition and respect of Rajas and Maharajas.
The Madhura line G is long suggesting that he is educated and intelligent and the presence of Kesara rekhas points to his being happy.
When we divide the FB line into 3 equal parts the native will enjoy royal comforts and distinction from his 6th to the 32nd year; while during the second period i.e., when he is between 33 and 56 years he will lose his parents as also the rich inheritance of cash, lands, house etc., acquired by him effortlessly; during the third period he will shift to a different place with his family.
The line resembling the open mouth which we notice on the line FB indicates the native's folly, vanity and proneness to commit any sinful act.
From the open-mouthed and thorny shaped line upto B, the line is quite clear and so the native will derive his earnings from the period of the third division i.e. from his 57th to the 80th year and the offspring will keep him happy and peaceful. The Rati reklia D is rather dull at commencement. At the end we notice an island and a dent. This means that the native will have little conjugal happiness in the beginning but have real happiness from the second period onwards. The island sign signifies abortion and rheumatism for the wife. Now, numerous Kesara rekhas have moved upto G from over the Rati-rekha (Patni-rekha) indicating the acquisition of a large sum of money through the lady; since many subsidiary lines have united with this rekha, the native will have had sexual connection with a number of women in his youth.
The Malika rekha H is in the form of a fish from the beginning to the end and the wheat line is tri- petalled ABC. Therefore, the native acquires his living by pursuing the Gandharva art.
Figure 83 : The lines CB and FD are far apart. Over the line CB we observe very short, thorn- shaped 8 lines. These lines transform the native into a relentless butcher. From the side of ? the line is dented in middle. In the direction of the same line from A to E the Rati rekha should have existed. But, it is absent at the beginning. The native inflicts different punishments on the first wife everyday, without fail; and in the end he kills her by poisoning. But, before dying she spelt the curse of utter ruination for him. The person married a