Many people have a misconception about the true location of mystic cross on the hand.
Almost everyone thinks that they have got this rare sign because they usually come across with different articles on the internet that spread disinformation about this sign. The reality is something else.
Let me show you the cases where the X sign on palm get formed with the help of two confused lines. However, it does not hold any significance whatsoever.
Branch from Heart line
Consider the fate line going to the mount of Saturn.
Quadrangle is the area found between the heart line and the head line (red color).
When a branch from either the heart line or the head line cuts the fate line, a cross like formation gets formed which most of the people consider it as letter X or mystic cross in palmistry. Nothing could be further from the truth.
It denotes during that particular age there would be disappointment in a relationship or strain on the brain will affect the career in one way or another.
Cross line from heart line or head line
Similarly, two lines from the heart line and the head line crossing and completely touching each other is not a mystic cross.
Some people even mistakenly consider this formation as a rare auspicious drum sign.
In addition, individual lines from either the head line or the heart line crossing each other falls in the same category.
True Location of Mystic Cross
Real mystic cross on palm is found isolated in the quadrangle not touching the fate line, the head line or the heart line, just right in the middle of the palm.
It increases the intuition, interest in occultism and psychic abilities of a person.
If the intuition line is present along with the well marked mystic cross, the person can see future events in his or her dreams.
Furthermore, the branch from either the head line or the heart line and another independent line crossing this line without touching any of the major lines is also considered as letter X or mystic cross in palmistry
However, its effect will not be the same as an independent cross found in the quadrangle.
Some religious fanatics who are out of their minds call this independent cross as “Jesus cross”. It is a sheer mockery of palmistry when people make up such gibberish, and superstitious masses tend to believe this.
Cross is a cross in palmistry, it has nothing to do with Jesus!