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Movie Star, Model, Singer, Sex Symbol
While Marilyn Monroe’s years of glory lasted for no more than 15 years, her fame has never declined, even half a century after her tragic death.
Marilyn Monroe’s has what palmists call conic hands or Water hands. They are graceful and delicate and denote that sensations and feelings are given considerable importance. Very impulsive, they are not always rational and are strongly affected by external influences.
Abandoned by her father at birth and left with a mentally unstable mother, young Marilyn – Norma Jean at the time – spent her early years in many foster homes. This would probably account for most of her emotional troubles later on, including addictions to alcohol and therapeutic drugs, such as the barbiturates that reportedly caused her death.
Another very positive sign is the equal length of her index finger (self-image) and her ring finger (desire to shine and share). Those fingers are very rarely of the same length. In her case, despite her fragile appearance, she knew her own worth and how to make others aware of this worth.
The bottom of her mount of Luna displays at least one horizontal line. This line implies an insatiable craving for excitement, which seemed to be present throughout her life.
In summary, Marilyn Monroe’s hands show tremendous talent, focus and brilliance despite fragile emotions. With proper treatment, she may have had a more peaceful life and maybe a longer one too. However, she was larger than life and will live on forever. Like Elton John sang in his song Candle in the Wind, “Your candle burned out long before your legend ever did.”