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The-karthekeyan System of Palmistry the Thumb

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Published by: Журавель Валерий on Feb 24, 2011
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Karthekeyan system of indian palmistry.Lord.karthikeya taught this divine lesson to sages of india.
Coin of the Yaudheyas with depiction of Kartikeya  
Kartikeya  was son of Shiva and the brother of Ganesha. He is also known as Skanda.Skanda is believed to give name to the Jat gotra Sheokand and to the region Scandinavia.He is known by many other names, including Karttikeya (meaning 'son of Krittika' ),Arumugam or Shanmukha (meaning 'one with six faces'), Kumara (meaning 'child orson'), Skanda (meaning 'that which is spilled or oozed, namely seed' in Sanskrit.The Atharva Veda describes Kumaran as 'Agnibhuh' or son of Agni, the fire god. TheSatapatha Brahmana refers to him as the son of Rudra and the ninth form of Agni. TheTaittiriya Aranyaka contains the Gayatri mantra for Shanmukha. The ChandogyaUpanishad refers to Skanda as the "way that leads to wisdom". The BaudhayanaDharmasutra mentions Skanda as 'Mahasena' and 'Subrahmanya.' The Aranya Parvacanto of the Mahabharata relates the legend of Kartikeya Skanda in considerable detail.The Skanda Purana is devoted to the narrative of Kartikeya
Source: Wikipedia 
Murugan shlokas and mantras for worship/prayer:(1) om jaya jaya mahavira bhagavan sri skanda namo nama
 Aum! Victory, Victory (to Thee)! Salutations to the Great Hero, Lord Skanda. (2) muruga muruga ve
muruga, muruga muruga vetri ve
murugaThis is a popular shloka in the Tamil language, it glorifies Lord Murugan and His Vel(a.k.a. shula, meaning ‘lance’), which represents His Shakti. Vetri means victory. (3) jñana saktidhara skanda valli kalya
asundara |devasena mana
kanta kartikeya namo'stute ||om subrama
yaya nama
||Unto Skanda, who holds the power of spiritual knowledge,The Beloved of Valli and Enchanter of the mind of Devasena,Praiseful salutations to Thee, O Kartikeya.Aum! Salutations to Subramanya. (4) mayuravahana
tarakasura mardanam |vande
kartikeya sivatmajam ||To the brave One, whose mount is the peacock,That Destroyer of the demon Tarakasura,Obeisance to Lord Shadanana, born of Shiva’s own Self.

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