Do You Have Four Lines on Your Wrist? Here’s What They Say About You

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Many of us know that for centuries, civilizations¬†thought that the details of one’s life could be read through the lines on their palms.

But did you know that the lines across a person’s wrist, known as “bracelet lines,” can tell a similar story.

Some people have four such lines while others have only three. Either way, the nature of these lines on your wrist can say a lot about who you are and also your fate.

So take a look and see what your bracelet lines say about your future.

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This first line, which runs directly where the hand and wrist seem to connect, offers information on your health. As you’ll see with all four of these lines, a long, prominent, and unbroken bracelet line here is “best.” It indicates good health. If there are breaks in the line, or if it doesn’t run across the wrist, it may suggest that you aren’t taking good care of yourself.

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This second line is called a “wealth line,” which is just what it sounds like. Again, having a long and unbroken line means you can depend on being well-off financially. If there are breaks in the line or it has a short run, you should probably keep saving…

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The third bracelet line, shown here, reflects success in your career. A strong (read: long and unbroken) line here indicates respect not just at your place of work, but in the home as well. If the line also happens to be bold (thick and prominent), that’s a sign that you will be considered influential in your field.

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The fourth line sheds light on your longevity, but is different than health. If you don’t have this line, then the first line will serve as your indication. But if you do have the fourth line (not all people do), you can use it not just to indicate the length of life (again, long and unbroken is good), but also the strength of your future lineage. A prominent line means many future descendents.

So what do your bracelet lines say about what’s in store for you?