Mount of Venus love

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  • ‘Now you know why that particular part of your hand is called the Mount of Venus,’ he said.

    The Rich Man's Royal Mistress

  • The Mount of Venus is the fleshy part on the thumb.

    London Free Press

  • The portion of the palm under the base of the Thumb and inside the Line of Life is called the Mount of Venus (Plate VI.,

    Palmistry for All

  • The Mount of Venus, a palm-reader had told me; indicator of passion and love.

    Dragonfly in Amber

  • The Mount of Venus, here at the base of the thumb, is excessively developed, and indicates capacity for gentleness, for chivalry, for tenderness and love.

    The Redemption of David Corson

  • Such people can, however, be brutally sensual and especially so if the Mount of Venus is high (_see_ Mounts, page 140).

    Palmistry for All

  • Love is represented by the base of the Thumb which is covered on the hand by the Mount of Venus.

    Palmistry for All

  • What is called the Line of Mars is that line that is found only on some hands encircling the Mount of Venus and inside the Line of Life.

    Palmistry for All

  • On the Mount of Venus it indicates some fatal influence of the affections.

    Palmistry for All

  • On the Mount of Venus the Star on the centre of this Mount is also a sign of success, but in relation to animal magnetism and sensuality it gives extraordinary success with the opposite sex.

    Palmistry for All

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