How To Tell Fortunes How Many Children There Will Be

Video: How To Tell Fortunes How Many Children There Will Be

There are many different options for fortune-telling, with the help of which people have tried to predict for a long time how many children a person will have in the future. Some people, not even trusting the veracity of such fortune-telling, nevertheless turn to them, trying to look behind the veil of secrecy. Others wonder out of idle curiosity. Still others trust predictions, believing that everything in life is predetermined by fate.

Fortune telling

After the first fortune-telling, the needle was lowered into the palm, and after a while the manipulations with the swinging thread were resumed. It was necessary to guess until the needle stopped swinging. The number of children was judged by the number of fortune-telling.

In this fortune-telling, instead of a needle, some esoteric experts recommend using a wedding ring, which is also suspended on a thread and used as a predictor pendulum.

Fortune telling by hand

There is a very simple fortune-telling by hand, which even a person who is far from palmistry can do. You need to clench your hand into a fist and look at the lines that form under the little finger on the edge of the palm. By the number of dashes, the number of children is judged. A long line speaks of the birth of a daughter, and a short line foreshadows the birth of an heir. Only pronounced folds in the skin should be taken into account.

By the hand of a woman, one can predict how many babies she will give birth to in the future, and by the hand of a man, one can judge how many of his children he will be sincerely attached to.

Indian palmists use a slightly different method of divination by hand. In order to find out how many children a person will have, they look at the "islets", that is, at the ovals and circles located at the base of the thumb. This place is called the "family ring". Using this method of fortune telling, you need to take into account only pronounced lines. Indian palmists advise right-handers to count the number of lines located on the left side of the "family ring". Lefties should consider the lines on the right side.

Experts advise guessing by hand once every two to three years, since the number of lines on the hands can change with the age of a person.