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IRTH-

MARKS
eir Signification

in and

to

Woman.

MAUD WHEELER.

O/VF SHILLING,

'

MOLES
OR BIRTH-MARKS
AND

THEIR SIGNIFICATION
TO

MAN AND WOMAN.

Right

Left

MOLES
OR BIRTH-MARKS
to

(Wan an& Q#oman,

MAUD WHEELER.

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"There

is

superstition in shunning superstition."

LORD BACON.
"

Canst thou bind

the sweet

loose the bands of Orion?

of heaven?"

"
for

Read not

JOB

of the

influences
.

Pleiades,

or

Knowest thou the ordinances

xxxviii. 31, 33.

to contradict

granted, nor to find

consider."

and

talk

refute,

and

nor to believe and take

discourse,

LORD BACON.

but to weigh and

PREFACE
few

PERHAPS
Doctrine
the
"

know

persons
of

Moles

"

and

that
their

was regarded as a science in


And an old
seventeenth century.

signification

the

writer

on

the

subject,

whose work was

published in 1653, asserts that the Doctrine


of

Moles

is

a part of Physiognomy, being

a subject of the same nature by reason of


its

affinity,

else

than

seeing Physiognomy
the

is

nothing

discovery of the affections

of the mind, or a knowledge arising from

the consideration

and every part

of the body in general,

thereof,

and principally the

PREFACE.

viii

"So

face.

from

scattered

the

the

in

It

manifest

is

we

affections

therefore

Moles

the

of

knowledge

are

and

body,

do

face

and

qualifications

mind.

the

throughout

principally

which

moles

the

gather
of

the

that

the
to

appertains

Physiognomy, although in very deed it


may seem a wonder and far remote from

and

nature

more

reason

attentively

he

thing,

shall

to

mole

lips

glutton,

the
as

if

anyone

also

affirm
to

we

man having

for

this

writer.

As

Palmistry and Physiognomy

and

is

society,

be a parasite and
might affirm a man

having huge round or swelling full


to be addicted to the same vice."

much

shall

and exactly consider this


perceive it no less worthy

of admiration

on

but

the
is

lips

So

interest in

widespread,

no particular class of
a short work on the Doctrine of

confined

to

PREFACE.
Moles may

also prove acceptable.

remains for

me

much indebted
furnish

me

experience
all

ix

to

that

say

to those

with

on

the

It

only

shall

feel

who

will

readers

own

their

influence

personal
of

moles,

communications to be directed to the

publishers.

In conclusion

let

me

say that

attached

to

the

planets,

the

signification

and

to moles as their birth marks,

now

offer to the reader's consideration, reserving

my

own

confirmed
the stars.

judgment
or

till

falsified

experience

the

has

influences

M. W.

of

CONTENTS
PAGE

PREFACE

INTRODUCTION

...
.

CHAPTER I.
THE EGYPTIANS AND ASTROLOGY

CHAPTER
ON PLANETARY INFLUENCES

CHAPTER

27

45

61

65

71

77

85

89

IV.
.

CHAPTER
MOLES ON THE EYES

V.

CHAPTER

VI.

CHAPTER

VII.
.

CHAPTER
MOLES ON THE EARS

.21

III.
.

MOLES ON THE EYEBROWS

MOLES ON THE NOSE

xiii

II.

CHAPTER
MOLES ON THE FOREHEAD

MOLES ON THE EYELIDS

ix

VIII.
.

CHAPTER

IX.

MOLES ON THE CHEEKS AND JAWS

xii

CONTENTS.
CHAPTER

X.

MOLES ON THE MOUTH AND LIPS

CHAPTER

93

97

101

105

109

XI.

MOLES ON THE CHIN AND THROAT

CHAPTER

XII.

MOLES ON THE NECK AND COLLARBONE

CHAPTER

XIII.

MOLES ON THE BREAST

CHAPTER

XIV.

MOLES ON THE SHOULDERS

CHAPTER

XV.

MOLES ON THE ARMS AND HANDS

CHAPTER

CHAPTER

.115

.119

.123

.127

AND RIBS
XVIII.

MOLES ON THE HIPS AND THIGHS

CHAPTER

XIX.

MOLES ON THE KNEES AND LEGS

CHAPTER
MOLES ON THE FEET.

XVII.

SIDES,

CHAPTER

XVI.

MOLES ON THE SPINE AND BACK

MOLES ON THE WAIST,

in

XX.
.

EXPLANATION OF FRONTISPIECE

131

.137

INTRODUCTION

MOLES

being
at

planets

the

birth,

in

signature of the
those who have

astrology will at
advantage of a thorough
faith

their
to

once

see the

knowledge

marriage.

Since the influence of the sun and

on our earth
it

of

significance, especially with reference

is

hard

is

see

to

moon

indisputably established,
why the influence of

other planetary bodies should be ridiculed.


Not only does the moon regulate the
but her influence extends to the
tides,

Most of us have probably


some time or another, that

vegetable world.

been

told,

at

the hair should

be

cut

before

the

moon

INTR OD UCTION.

xiv

length is desired, and when the


moon is at the full if thickness is preferred.
When the moon is on the wane it is not
is

full

if

considered

advisable

the growth
favourable.

to

cut

the

hair,

as

then

supposed to be less
Perhaps the most curious and
is

powerful influence the moon exercises is that


she holds on lunatics and somnambulists.

Indeed the very word lunatic is derived


from the word luna, or moon-struck person,
this

being considered to
demented.
It is a very

planet

affect the

notion that

the

rays

of the

greatly

common
moon should

not be allowed to rest on a sleeper's face


for fear of evil consequences, distortion of
the features being particularly feared.

regards somnambulists,
when the moon

it is

fact that

more

As

an acknowledged

is

at the full they

disposed to walk in
their sleep, and to seek the light of the
moon. I am personally acquainted with
are

especially

a young lady who has long been addicted

INTRODUCTION.

xv

her sleep, and on one occasion,


at full moon, she was seen walking on the
narrow ledge of the roof, to which she
to

walking

in

had climbed out through the attic window.


Great terror was naturally felt when her
perilous
that

was discovered

position

case,

as in

most

instances,

but

the

in

som-

nambulist escaped from a danger which in


her waking hours would most likely have

proved

fatal.

In the face of these curious evidences of


the moon's power,

it

would seem unphilo-

sophical and premature to deny the influence


of the other heavenly bodies on our planet,

and our limited knowledge of the worlds

beyond our own should make us slow to


accept or deny possibilities and probabilities

We

relating to them.
all

things,"

safe

and

this

is

method of arriving

The most

simple

are told to " prove


obviously the only
at the truth.

facts of

Nature were

at

one time denied, and those who held them

INTR OD UCTION.

xvi

ruthlessly

condemned

to religion

and morality and yet the modern

we

truths

as heretics, foes alike


;

cherish are but the acceptation of

past heresies.

We

now

read with a smile the curious

conceptions of sixth-century monks, notably


those of St. Augustine, as given by John
William Draper and other great modern
It was affirmed by St. Augustine,
writers.
that "according to the true orthodox system
of geography the earth is a quadrangular
plane, extending four

hundred days' journey

and west, and exactly half as much


that it is enclosed by
north and south

east

mountains on which the sky rests that one


on the north side, higher than the others,
;

by intercepting the rays of the sun produces


night and that the plane of the earth is not
;

set

exactly

inclination

with a slight
hence the
north

horizontally, but

from

the

Euphrates, Tigris, and other rivers running


southward are rapid; but the Nile, having to

INTRODUCTION.
run up

hill,

has

necessarily

xvii

a very

slow

current."

We
ities

laugh at these and other absurdso tenaciously held by our forefathers

may

from the height of our superior knowledge,


but

is

it

equally certain that future gener-

ations will in turn marvel at the slowness of


spirit

and dulness of perception which debars

from accepting truths, because not yet


established on a scientific basis or demonus

strated

by Euclid.
more and books

truths

would

If
less,

men studied Nature


how many hidden
themselves

to

this

It is better to read one


generation
than a dozen books.

man

reveal

While
the

medical

has

science

of birth-marks

phenomena
known as mother's marks

explained

commonly

has not as yet


offered any natural explanation of the origin
of moles, which are ascribed both by ancient
it

and modern astrologers to the influence of


the planets at birth.
There are few persons

INTRODUCTION.

xviii

without any mark of this kind, and when


is the case, it
points to a lack of power
in the planetary influences at birth, while on

this

the other hand a great number of moles


mark their powerful influence but whether

good or ill must be judged by their


colour and location.
Generally speaking
for

honey-coloured moles are the most lucky, as

when

even

badly posited they mitigate


while
the
confirming
good.
in
black
and
if
moles,
particularly

the

evil,

Dark

colour, are not favourable, as they intensify


evil

indications.

And

further

that as regards marriage

it

is

we

are told

essential for

mutual happiness that certain planets should


be friendly. Those born under the influence
of

Apollo

person
Saturn.

who

the sun
is

agree with any


not under the dominion of
will

Those born under

Jupiter

may

also

marry anyone, except such persons as are


ruled by the planet Mars.
Indeed, Mars
a planet that has only one other affinity

is

INTR OD UCTION.

xix

Venus, so that persons ruled by Mars must


seek a kindred spirit amongst subjects of the

Venus type if marriage is to prove a success.


Mars and Saturn subjects must never enter
into the marriage union, as Saturn

both to

The

Mars and Venus.

Saturn would be found

in

is

opposed

friends of

persons dominated

by Jupiter, Apollo, or Mercury, for these


Venus
planets are all favourable to Saturn.

subject has a wide choice of friends and


lovers, as all the other planets accord with
her,

Saturn alone excepted.

Mercury

is

well

by the Moon,
Venus, Jupiter, or Apollo, but is at variance
with Saturn and Mars.
Both these two
disposed to subjects influenced

planets

Moon

can
will

Mars, but

ill

accord with

others.

not harmonise with


is

well adapted to

The

Saturn or

combine with

Venus, Jupiter, or Apollo.


In any case, persons who contemplate
marriage should have one planet in common,
and those which differ should be friendly to

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INTR OD UCTION.

each other.

It is

to

most unusual

for

anyone
be solely under the influence of one planet,

although it is not impossible.


In the next chapter my readers will learn
what parts of the body are influenced by the
different planets,

and may therefore readily


would harmonise or

discover what moles


conflict with theirs

but from the nature of

the case the knowledge of planetary influence,


as affecting temperaments and colouring,

would be of greater

practical

utility,

and

the reader will also find this subject fully


treated of.

CHAPTER

anfc

Egyptians
r

^HE

were

Egyptians

observers

JL

of

I.

very

and

Nature,

without adequate means to form

close

though
scientific

conclusions, they clearly recognised the in-

fluence of the stars

Of

on the universe and on

course,

modern thought and

modern wisdom have

ridiculed the ancient

mankind.

belief in

astrology, for we live in an age


are eager to destroy past beliefs

when men
and
to

have nothing

structures, although they


offer

been

in

their

stead.

But since

scientifically asserted that

famine was due to the spots


the disc of the sun, would

wait and pause a

moment
c

it

the

it

has

Indian

observed on
not be well to

ere

we condemn
21

MOLES.

22

an ancient

belief of

and which

in

which we know so

our superior wisdom

not troubled to examine

little,

we have

We are all

too apt to apply the rule of the


unlettered
ignorant,
Bonaparte Blenkins in
the inimitable Story of an African Farm,
to

that

all

is

above our understanding

the rule which runs thus


"

Whenever you come

book,

person,

absolutely

it,

insist tJiat
is

of

opinion

or thing
vituperate

any man

or

to

you

from studying

lies

any

you

be immoral.

against

it,

Be-

strongly

woman harbouring it

a fool or a knave, or

abstain

which

comprehend nothing, declare that

book, person,

spatter

or

into contact with

it.

to annihilate that

both.

Do

Carefully
all that in

book, person,

or

opinion."

Perhaps the main

granting the
influence of the planets, on the animal as well
as on the vegetable kingdom, is that we are
all

difficulty in

apt to forget (very few indeed ever having

THE EGYPTIANS AND ASTROLOGY.


realized)

how

compared

to the

We

in space.

small our world

infinitely

23
is

myriad vast bodies revolving


to

fail

comprehend

that

we

are part, an infinitesimally small part indeed,


of an infinitely vast system.

We

should bear

in

mind

that

one of the

philosophers the world has ever


cautions
us against rash conclusions
known,
as to the truth or fallacy of what we have
greatest

not investigated.
superstition in

Bacon

"

says,

There

shunning superstition."

is

And

the
Taylor, referring
"
studies of the ancients remarks,
That they
might leave their influence upon us, and

Bishop

to

Jeremy

make predictions of contingencies" I n the Old


Testament we have the assertion that "the
stars in their course fought against Sisera,"

and again

in

Job we

read,

"

Canst thou bind

the sweet influences of the Pleiades, or loosen


of Orion?
Knowest thou the

the bands

ordinances

more or

of heaven

"
?

But we are

less habituated to the

all

modern con-

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24

venient theological system of orthodoxy, by


which all passages in the Bible, which do not

commend

themselves to our understanding,


are at once proclaimed as "figurative" so
these passages and others of the like
nature are at once dismissed as meaningless.

that

One

of the old Christian fathers, (Tertullian),


admits that the stars could be successfully
"

interpreted when he
who forsook God,

women, were
curious

art,

also

says,

Those angels

who were

the

lovers

discoverers

of

of this

and on that account were con-

The astrologers were cast


their
But wise men
were
as
out,
angels.
the
and astrologers came from the East
demned by God.

interpreters of the stars, therefore, were the


first to announce the birth of Christ."

According to
must rank as the

this

acquired by man,
before the Flood.
consistency

so

since

it

was

practised
the striking into bigots of any

With

natural

astrology
knowledge of all

authority,

earliest

THE EGYPTIANS AND ASTROLOGY.


this

persuasion,

old Christian

plainly asserting that the art

father,

25

after

was condemned

by God, at once tells us that through the


wisdom and piety of astrologers the birthplace of Christ

was discovered.

modern writer, Mr. James Bonwick,


has carefully collected facts of Egyptian
"
Science now regards the
lore, remarks,
stellar influence on health, especially on the

who

development of animalculse, as not so very


If an effect on health, why not
improbable.

on fortune?

If

on empires?"

on an

information

recommend

why

not

His work, Egyptian Belief

and Modern Thought,


and

individual,

is

so

full

of interest

on the subject, that

we

strongly to the perusal of


those who are desirous to obtain the light of
the past on the present inquiry.
To this
writer
that

we

an

are indebted for the information

astronomer and
the

contemporary of

wrote,
great physician
Hippocrates has so lively a faith in the

Hippocrates
"

it

26

MOLES.

influence of the stars on

animated beings
and on their maladies, that he very expressly

recommends not

to trust to physicians

are ignorant of astronomy."

who

CHAPTER

II.

<>n planetary

ON

nearly every

marks

different

certain

called moles are found,

to

according

human body

signs

which

indicate
the
astrologers
of the planets as shown

Astrologers affirm that each


portion of the human body is under the
direct influence of a particular planet.
The

at

birth.

blood, veins, lungs, ribs, muscles, and backbone are subject to the influence of Jupiter.

The

teeth, bones, right ear, cartilages, lips,

The

and legs are governed by Saturn.


the

side

in

men,
and the left in women, with the arms and
arteries, are under the influence of the
heart,

right

Sun

while

eye,

Mercury

right

controls

the

feet,
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MOLES.

28

hands, tongue,

The

spleen.

ligaments, and the


the left ear, reins,

nerves,

bladder,

and lower portion of the body, are subject

The Moon

to Mars.

the

left

eye,

the

influences the brain,

the stomach,

intestines,

membranes, and the matrix.

Venus

is

said

govern the throat, the lower portion of


the back, and the organs which distinguish

to

the sexes.
to

Hence,
planet

according
has certain

to their

influence

influence.
is

astrologers,

maladies

To

sore

quinsy,

croup,

pleurisy,

and blood

attributable

when

Jupiter,

unfavourable,

each

are

his

ascribed

throat,

convulsions,

disorders.

Those born

under his influence would also be subject


to catalepsy, apoplexy, palpitations, vertigo,

To Saturn
gout, and nervous diseases.
are attributable such diseases as dysentery,
hemorrhage, cancer,
toothache, .deafness

ulcers,

in

spasms, paralysis,
the right ear, and

a disposition to hypochondria.

But though

ON PLANETARY INFLUENCES.

29

the influence of this planet is always deemed


unfavourable, it is considered conducive to

a doubtful boon in the eyes of


To Mars are ascribed malignant

longevity,

many.
fevers,

inflammation,

troubles,

bilious

reins,

kidney
jaundice,
diseases
of the
affections,

and deafness or pain

Mercury

is

said to control mental maladies,

delusions, and madness.

of

the

in the left ear.

Sun are

To

attributed

the influence
heart

disease,

defects of vision in the right eye, syncope,


and fevers, but not those of a violent nature,

The Moon is
they pertain to Mars.
considered as the cause of epilepsy, catarrh,
indigestion, dropsy, paralysis of the face,

as

imbecility,

and defects of vision


Venus is held accountable
disease of the veins, and all

debility,

in the left eye.

for diphtheria,

maladies which distinguish the sexes.


But apart from their influence over the

human

body,

astrologers

are

recognising their general effect

agreed in
on mundane

MOLES,

30

matters.

and

When

fruit is plentiful,

fruit

Jupiter

The

the active agent.

and

abound

fish

regarded as

is

blighting of plants

whether due to unseason-

trees,

able weather or other causes,


to the

the rivers,

in

is

attributed

Nor

malign influence of Saturn.

Mars considered
barrenness

are

propitious, as drought

ascribed

to

his

is

and

influence.

Earthquakes, pestilences, and conflagrations


are

Mercury
heavy

other

are

Luna

tempests.

by

attributed to this fiery

further

To

atmosphere
supposed to

result

Venus

influences,

vegetable world.
some readers to
stones

are

Sun

and

influence

mildew

and

Venus

are

and
as

beneficial,

and

good

causing

The

evils.

while to

assigned
manifests her

rainfalls,

both deemed

planet.

storms

of the

abundance

purity
of fish

are

from the Sun's action


attributed

are

both

in

Perhaps

know

assigned

that
to

nearly all
the animal and
it

all

may

interest

the precious

particular

planets,

ON PLANETARY INFLUENCES.
and are believed

31

to absorb their influence.

Accordingly we find sapphires and amethyst


belong to Jupiter, agates and ore to Saturn,
gold and carbuncles to Apollo,

quicksilver

and chalcedony to Mercury jasper, hemato Mars


silver,
tite, and the loadstone
;

crystals,

diamonds, and pearls to the

emeralds,
to Venus.

of the

turquoise,

lapis lazuli,

Moon

and

coral

a curious fact that the days


are derived from the planets.

It is

week

Sunday being dedicated to Apollo, the Sun;


Monday, sacred to the Moon
Tuesday,
the name day of Tui, the Saxon god of war,
;

corresponding to Mars, etc., which may


perhaps account for the curious old rhyme
:

"

Monday's bairn

is fair

Tuesday's bairn

is full

Wednesday's bairn

of face,
of grace,

is full

of woe,

And

Thursday's bairn has far to go.


Friday's bairn is loving and giving,

And

Saturday's bairn works hard for a living ;


is born on the Sabbath-day,

But the bairn that


Is bright

and happy, good and gay."

MOLES.

32

Before describing the outward forms and


appearance given by the planets to individuals,

we wish

to impress clearly on the

minds of our readers that no one

sub-

is

ject to the influence of a single planet alone,

but to the combined influence of two or


more, and each therefore modifies the qualities and tendencies of the other.
Every

man

distinguished by a form particularly suited to reveal his own individuality.


Nothing exists that does not bear the
child of

is

signature of its most innate nature, and it


remains for us to find the key which reveals
"

The
mysteries of Nature.
is
man."
proper study of mankind
will first consider the influence of the
to

us

the

We

three

favourable

planets

Jupiter,

Apollo,

and Venus

with reference to the appearance and character of individuals. Jupiter

promotes a

fair

and

fresh complexion, with

large bright eyes, thick eyelids, long, fine eyelashes, thick hair, arched eyebrows growing

ON PLANETARY INFLUENCES.
closely together,

a short nose of

33

medium

lips, a big mouth, and large teeth.


cheeks are firm but thin, the chin rather

size, thick

The

deep and often indented, a graceful


proportioned

hands and

neck,

feet.

large

The most

shoulders,

well-

fleshy

characteristic fea-

tures of Jupiterians are, that though naturally


hirsute they become bald at an early age.

surer sign of Jupiter's influence is that


the pores of the skin perspire very readily,
especially just below the hair at the top of
still

the forehead.

As a

loud, powerful voice.

rule Jupiterians

have a

In character they are

self-confident,
sociable,
proud,
generous,
fond of all forms of amusement, ambitious,

and

clever.

Much devoted

to

their

own

family and personal friends, they are also


drawn to religion, though this with them is

apt to take the form of veneration for ritual,


dogmas, and the external observances that
are popular.
Their manners are suave, and
by nature they are lovers of peace, and hate

MOLES,

34

hypocrisy.

When

the influence of Jupiter

is

unfavourable the reverse must be expected.


In that case the skin is of a dead white, and
has a dull appearance, the teeth are irregular
and discoloured, the nose disproportionately
short.

The

influence of Apollo, the Sun,

is

seen

a good figure
slender and very wellThe
proportioned, a skin of a yellow hue.
in

forehead

is

rather low but well formed, the

cornea of the eyes very clear and

eye

lucid,

the

large and brilliant, generally of a


hue.
The lashes have a tendency

itself

brown

eyebrows are arched


Further characteristics are

to curl upwards, the

and well

traced.

a thin straight nose, firm cheeks, a mouth


of a medium size, lips of equal thickness
protrude slightly, teeth of a healthy
colour rather than dazzling white, ears standing close to the head, the lobes highly
that

coloured, a round

somewhat prominent

a long muscular neck well covered

chin,

with

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flesh,

full

broad

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and elegant lower

chest,

In character these persons are quicktempered but easily pacified, amiable, cheerlimbs.

ful,

and

and

likely to suffer

tions,

severe

intelligent,

rather

vain,

of affectionate natures

much

in their affec-

eloquent,

clear-sighted,

very

very susceptible to the influence of the opposite sex, but without the

faculty

critics,

of

making

true friends.

They

are

very fond of Nature and beautiful scenery.


Their eyesight is seldom very good, and in
old age they often lose their sight altogether.
The unfavourable influence of this planet

gives a sickly yellow skin and bad eyesight.


Jupiter and Venus are very similar in their

and are therefore readily apt to be


But Venus
mistaken one for the other.
influence,

gives a more

effeminate

appearance

Those subject to her have soft


white and pink complexions, the skin
nature.

and
fine

pre-

senting a transparent delicate appearance


they have small figures, plump cheeks with

MOLES

36

dimples, long, thick,

shade,

a well-formed

transparent veins

wavy

hair of a

forehead

with

brown
blue

long, thick, well-pencilled

eyebrows, large moist eyes with large pupils,


round thick blue -veined eyelids a straight
;

nose with open nostrils a small mouth and


the lower lip being particuthick red lips
;

white even teeth, pink gums, a


round plump chin with a dimple in the
larly thick

centre, small ears with fleshy lobes,

a white

round neck, narrow sloping shoulders, a full


In
chest, and very pronounced hip bones.
character they are gentle, sweet-tempered,

spontaneous, obliging, compassionate, charitable, fond of society and of dress, easily

deceived and very confiding, fond of repose,


and of most engaging manners. When the
influence of

Venus

is

unfavourable the skin

unnaturally white, the eyes very deep set,


the nostrils distended and the voice hoarse.
is

In this case the figure would be stout and


coarse.

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Leaving the favourable planets we now


pass on to Saturn, the planet whose influence
always considered as malignant, though in
combination with other planets it may even

is

To

be

advantageous.
Saturn is ascribed a
face.

tall

The most

the

influence

slight figure,

of

and a

characteristic features

long
of such subjects are large ears, compressed
nostrils,

heavy jaws, large bones, and high


Other signs are thick, coarse, very

shoulders.

dark eyes with a


mournful expression, thick eyebrows which
often meet, the cornea of the eye of a

dark-brown or black

hair,

high cheek-bones, a long


pointed nose with fleshy nostrils, a large
mouth and thin lips, the lower one beingyellowish

hue,

more pronounced than the upper,

pale gums,

bad teeth that readily decay, a long, broad


chin, the lower jaw inclined to advance, a
large thin muscular neck with large veins
showing, a narrow hairy chest, bony arms
and thin hands. In character such persons

MOLES.

38

melancholy, curious, fond of research


especially with reference to occult matters,
are

distrustful, sceptical, prudent, positive,

most

independent of interference or control, yet


self-distrustful, cold-hearted, abstemious, fond
of argument, economical, often close-fisted,
slow to think and act, fond of solitude, and
indifferent to marriage.

fluence

is

When

most adverse, the skin

dark, and the persons are

with

some

Saturn's in-

deformity,

is

very
be born

liable to

though

this

is

not

necessarily noticeable.

After Saturn the planet Mars

ranked as
nificant

usually

The most

least favourable.

mark of

is

sig-

this planet's influence is the

colour of the skin, which

is

brown as though sunburnt.

of a reddish-

The

ears are

generally small, but stand far out from the


Other indications are a tall comhead.

a round short face and high


forehead, a hard dry skin of a reddish-brown,
particularly red near the ears and side of the

manding

figure,

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face, thick short hair either

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of a carrot red or

a darker hue, large sparkling bold eyes that


have a steady fixed look, the cornea of the

eye more or less bloodshot, eyebrows that


run close to the eyes in a straight thick line,
a small mouth and thick

lips closely pressed


under
the
lip being usually thicker
together,
than the upper, a large hooked nose with a

the

pronounced ridge as

in

wide,

red

Roman

type,

open nostrils,
gums, yellowish
a
teeth,
prominent chin, high cheek-bones,
a short thick muscular neck with the veins
standing out like cords, large shoulders, and
a full chest. The movements of such persons
are very brusque, and in walking they take
In character, magnanilong quick steps.
mous, liberal, courageous even when face to
face with death, easily provoked, proud, selfconfident,

audacious, active

and energetic,

devoted to the opposite sex, fond of military


service

and of physical

favourable influence of

exercise.

The

un-

Mars gives a very red

MOLES.

40
skin,

small

an angular

figure, contracted

eyes,

prominent

ears,

drooping

so

mottled

eyebrows,

complexion,

very

and the corners of the mouth

as

to

lend

an

ill-tempered

expression.

Mercury

the intellectual planet

gives a

small well-proportioned figure, supple wavy


chestnut hair which grows slowly, deep-set

eyes of a gray or brown colour that move


quickly, the cornea of a rather yellow colour,
fine eyelashes,

skin

of a

long thin arched eyebrows, a

fair

yellow

appearance

which

changes colour rapidly, a long straight nose


round at the tip, flat nostrils, thin lips, the

upper one advancing a


lower, and also somewhat

beyond the
thicker, small even
little

and a firm plump neck,


large shoulders, a plump broad chest, and a
teeth, a pointed chin

weak
It

voice.
is

subjects

very
that

they

appearance much

retain

Mercurian

of

characteristic

their

longer than

is

youthful
usual with

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In character tfiey are vivacious, spontaneous, intelligent, and possessed of conothers.

siderable intuition, astuteness, and tact.

are of an inventive turn of

of study.

and

The combined

Mercury

honourable,

influence of Saturn
genius.

Though

somewhat

envious

produces

they

are

They

mind and fond

nature.

by
Being naturally light-hearted
and readily amused they prove agreeable

When

pleasant companions.

unfavourable

Mercury gives a dark spotty complexion,


hair of a nondescript colour, and a

fair

lean

ungraceful

then very deep-set,

and

Their

eyes are
and their voice weak

figure.

feeble.

The

result

of

the

Moon's influence

seen in a

tall,

muscles.

The complexion

sometimes

slightly relieved

full

round head well


a soft skin;
light

blue

figure with large, flexible

filled

is

of a dull white,

by a pale pink a
out above the temples

rather

fine, long, fair hair; large,

eyes,

is

prominent,

round,
thick,

MOLES.

42

heavy

fair

eyelids,

lighter than the hair


a round tip
a small
;

curved

lips

which decay

large,

eyebrows,
generally
a short nose, with

mouth with

yellow, irregular teeth,

an early age

at

thick,

pale gums,

a plump chin, which usually recedes a little


ears lying very close to the head a plump,

long, white neck


soft,

In

pliant hips

character

wanting

in

large, fleshy shoulders

hands and

feet.

imaginative,

but

large, fat

they

are

self-confidence,

indolent,

cold,

melancholy, and averse to domestic life,


fond of travelling and of the mysterious,

phlegmatic their intuition much developed,


In
somnambulists and dreamers.
love,
;

devoted and very yielding, but inconstant

restless

in

perseverance, always
wanting
and dissatisfied, easily fatigued, and usually
fidgety

about

their

health.

favourable, the influence of the

When
Moon

untends

great superstition and untruthfulness.


They are liable to have epileptic fits, and

to

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do not

realise

are

readers

now

themselves

for

judge

that cleanliness

is

to health.

essential

Our

the fact

43

astrological

influence

in

in

a position
the matter

and the

to

of

signification

of moles.
In

matters of this kind

portant
to

that

judge

all

for

should

themselves

be

is

it

a position

in

as

the

to

or falsehood of such indications.

mistake

to

take

opinions

or

second-hand, and the maxim

very im-

It

truth
is

knowledge
Prove all

"

"

cannot be too often impressed on


The same test should be applied
readers.
things

to

other so-called occult sciences, such as

Spiritualism and Palmistry.


People are apt
to jump to hasty conclusions either for or

against a

new

theory, whereas reason

and

justice both demand that an impartial and


thorough investigation should be made

before any proposition

is

condemned.

But

44

MOLES.

unfortunately reason plays but a small part


in the counsels of most men, and where

women

are concerned

it

to be taken into account.

is

stili

less likely

CHAPTER
tbe

of

posited high up in the centre


the forehead, above the line of

announces

and success

mole

below the

much

forebear

MOLE

Saturn,

sex.

III.

in
in

prudent

disposition

life.

the

line of

centre

of the

forehead

Saturn (No. i) shows that


be felt for the opposite

interest will
It

man

gives pride and caprice to a woman.


with this mole will be subject to

bad fortune on account of women, especially


If honey-coloured,
if the mole be black.
it is

less unfortunate,

and when

it

rises

above

simply announces that he will


be greatly loved by the fairer sex.
mole in the centre of the forehead,

the skin

it

45

MOLES.

46

below the

line of Jupiter

man

2),

signifies

ignorance, and idleness on

great stupidity,

a woman's

(No.

part,

particularly

if

black.

In

shows the same ignorance and


want of culture, but if honey-coloured he

will

it

be loved

If red,

but

if

in

spite of his churlishness.

temper will be ungovernable,


rises above the skin he may be

his
it

fortunate

misfortune

in

his affairs.

will

be

If

black,

his portion.

general

mole

in

the centre of the forehead, below the line

of

Mars (No.

3),

announces a haughty and

If black,
arrogant disposition in a woman.
In a man,
she is likely to commit murder.
it

good fortune and


he will have a very

points to an indifferent

sensuality.

If

red,

good digestion and excellent health, but


should the mole be black he may also
commit murder. When raised above the
skin, and honey-coloured, he will have good
judgment, and act wisely. A mole in the
centre of the

forehead, below the line

of

ON THE FOREHEAD.
Apollo (No.

4), signifies

and morality

in

a want of honesty

a woman.

If

honey-coloured

black he will

be seriously ill, and


The
die by violent means.

are

somewhat more favourable

a relation of hers
if

47

indications

will

to a man.
Although of a sensuous nature
and fond of the pleasures of the table he

be very eloquent, and excel as an orator.


A mole in the centre of the forehead,

will

below the

line of

Venus (No. 5), is a sign


in a woman, which

of internal weakness
in

the event of

been inherited.

its

To

being black will have


a man it announces

sickness of an incurable nature, arising from


If raised above
impurities of the blood.

the skin he will recover.

and

flat

he

may be

If honey-coloured
in

danger

of im-

prisonment, and is particularly liable to


catch contagious diseases.
When black, his
disease will be very grievous.
mole in the centre of the forehead,

below the

line of

Mercury (No.

6),

shows

MOLES.

48

sudden death of a parent will occur.


This applies to man and woman alike.

that the

mole

below the

the

in
line

of

centre of the forehead,

Luna (No.

and

in

7),

signifies

a woman.

If
petulance
black she will be forward and very careless.
To a man it gives eloquence.

frivolity

mole on the right side of the forehead,

to a
8), gives
fortune by legacies, but if black in
colour she will be very avaricious and experience changes of fortune. If honey-coloured a

near the line of Saturn (No.

woman

man may

If red
expect agricultural success.
will
lead
black
he
but
if
general good luck,
an unsettled life. Should he marry he will

rule his wife

and she

will find

him hard

to

please.

A mole

to the right of the forehead,

line of Jupiter

(No. 9), signifies to a

on the

woman

general good fortune, a rich marriage and


money from relatives. To a man it foretells

long

life

and a fortunate

alliance.

ON THE FOREHEAD.

A mole

to the right of the forehead,

49

on the

Mars (No. 10), shows to a woman a


good and rich husband and money from her
line of

honey-coloured a man will be


if
successful in anything to do with horses
If

parents.

red he will gain military honors; but if black


it threatens
danger from a quadruped.

A mole
line of

to the right of the forehead,

on the

Apollo (No. n), indicates excellent


woman in all her undertakings.

fortune to a
If black

she must be careful what she says,

She
bring trouble to herself.
will be very solicitous to please her husband.
It announces honours to a man.
or she

may

A mole

to the right of the forehead,

Venus (No.

on the

announces good
fortune, but probably a short life and some
trouble from the malice of evil tongues.
o
line

of

When
and

black

virtue.

it

To

happy marriage.
will

12),

a sign of great modesty


a man it shows a rich and

is

When

honey-coloured he

be very fortunate in his friends, and

if

MOLES.

5o

black his

moral character

hensible.

When

likely to

fill

mole

will

be irrepre-

raised above the skin he

is

positions of great trust.

to the right of the forehead,

below

the line of Mercury (No. 13), points to ingenuity and wit in a woman, with long life
If black she must be
and good fortune.

on her guard against calumnies. It shows


that a man is industrious, and will acquire
fortune by his own skill and merit. If honeycoloured his success will be assured if red
;

he

scientific re-

will acquire

searches; and

money through
when raised above. the

skin

all

his actions will tend to success.

mole

the

right

of

the

forehead,

Luna (No. 14), foretells


by marriage to a woman. If honey-

below the
riches

to

line of

coloured she will marry a foreigner and if


black her husband will travel a good deal,
;

Should the mole


leaving her often alone.
be raised above the skin she will probably

accompany him on

his travels.

To

man

it

ON THE FOREHEAD.
announces success

in

51

mercantile

business,

also fortunate journeys, unless black,

he

is

to

liable

be cheated.

When

when
raised

above the skin a happy marriage will follow.


A mole to the right of the forehead, close
to the hair,

announces

on the

to

Venus (No. 19),


sex good fortune from

line of

either

superiors in rank, and this fortune

likely to

is

continue without interruptions.


mole to the right of the forehead, by the
line of Mercury (No. 20), close to the hair,

announces to either sex that by their wit


they will gain the respect and friendship of

many. When raised above the skin wealth


and happiness will accrue but if black they
;

must be circumspect in their speech.


A mole to the right of the forehead, close
to the hair, near the line of

points to a rich marriage.


dications

are

still

more

Luna (No.

21),

If raised the in-

fortunate

but

if

black the good fortune will be subject to

change.

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52

mole near the right temple (No. 22),


shows much love of luxury and material
pleasures in a woman. To a man it signifies
that he will attain to an honourable position
amongst his fellow men. This is particularly

when honey -coloured.

the case

gains

an unexpected

raised he will be witty


will

not be so fortunate

In any case he
the fairer sex.

A mole

inheritance

and
if

and

intelligent.

the mole

is

he
if

He
black.

be much attracted by

on the right temple (No.

23), fore-

woman

a happy marriage, especially


Should it be black she
honey-coloured.

tells to
if

will

If red

be a widow, but a second marriage will


follow and prove equally happy.
To a man
will

it

shows riches and

success.

He

will

be a

great favourite with women. If a little below


the right temple, he will gain money by his
industry and talent.
will

man

make long journeys and

wealth.

If

with this mark


so accumulate

honey-coloured he acquires riches

ON THE FOREHEAD,
by marriage
him money.

come

53

red his relatives will leave

if

Should

it

be black he

will

to want.

mole

below

to the left of the forehead,

the line of Saturn (No. 24), shows that a


woman will leave her native land and if
;

black she will be married twice, but neither

marriage
coloured

will
it

is

prove

happy.
probable that a

If

man

honeybe

will

imprisoned for a slight offence, owing to his


If red he
being surrounded by enemies.

soon be discharged, but if black he is


Should the mark be
likely to die in prison.
will

raised he will prove

mole

more

fortunate.

to the left of the forehead,

below

the line of Jupiter (No. 25), shows that a

woman

be very extravagant, and act in


an imprudent and reckless manner. A man
will

with this mark will also be sensuous and

very lavish, but

show a

certain

red, his

conduct

if

honey-coloured he

amount of
will

right feeling.

will

If

be open to grave censure.


E

MOLES

54

When

some-

raised, the evil indications are

what modified.

mole to the

the line of

left

Mars (No.

of the forehead, below

a vindictive

26), signifies

and violent temper in a woman. She is


likely to meet with an accident, and will be
unlucky

in love.

In a

man

points to the

it

probability of his committing murder,

and

in

be of an unruly nature, badany case he


Should it be
tempered and a grumbler.
raised he will not be without redeeming
will

If

qualities.

with

women

red he gets himself into trouble


and if black he is treacherous

and malicious.

mole

under the

to the left of the forehead,


line of

Apollo (No.

27),

on or

announces

great misfortune and poverty to a woman.


Should it be black the evil is very great.

To

man

misfortune will

arise,

from his

If honeygiving offence to his superiors.


coloured all his labours will be in vain. If

red poverty will be his portion

and

if

black

ON THE FOREHEAD.
his

imprudence

When

raised

55

bring trouble on him.


misfortunes will be al-

will

his

leviated.

mole

under the

on or

to the left of the forehead,

of

line

Venus (No.

careless conduct in a

woman

shows

28),

and

if

black

she will sacrifice her honour and self-respect.


man with this mark must expect troubles

and sorrows.

If

the mole

is

honey-coloured

his friends will bring these troubles


if

red his

black

if

on him

own relations will injure him


women will be the cause of
;

misfortunes.

He

will

be

less afflicted

but
his

should

the mole be raised.

mole to the

below

the line of

that a

woman

left

of the forehead, on or

Mercury (No.

29), foretells

black,

be twice married, unless


when she will sacrifice her honour.

will suffer

man

If

will

from quarrels and lawsuits.


honey-coloured these will arise from the

envy of others
his

own

part

red from hasty actions on


and if black from deceitful
if

MOLES.

56

Should

conduct.

be raised he may mend

it

his fortunes.

mole

below the
a

to the left of the forehead,

marriage

Luna (No. 30), shows that


travel a good deal after

line of

woman

will

and

if

man

on or

black be in peril at child-

affairs,

gain from commercial


If black
but his health will be poor.

he

not live long.

birth.

will

He will

probably take
some long journeys, and his marriage is not
likely to be a happy one.
will

mole

at

Saturn, to the

the
left

far

end of the

line

of

of the forehead (No. 31),

signifies poverty and distress to a woman.


She will be exposed to accidents from falling.
If black she will prove most unlucky, and

meet with disappointment when she hopes


the most.
hard.

To

If

it is

man

raised her lot will be less

trouble and poverty will

come through his own


black, when he is likely

When

fault,

to

especially

if

be imprisoned

raised the evils are mitigated.

ON THE FOREHEAD,

mole

Jupiter,

the

end of the

far

on a woman's

black she will always

imaginary
prodigal
will

slights.

in

part.

If

be quick to resent
will also be very

man

matters

money

of

and

extravagance

great

foolish prodigality

line

forehead (No.

of the

left

to

points

32),

the

at

to

57

be addicted to drink.

no common-sense, and

if

and

If

red he

if

black he has

raised he

is

very

luxurious.

mole

at the far

end of the

to the left of the forehead

woman

line of

(No.

33),

Mars,

warns

either

man

suits,

and much trouble from the opposite

or

to expect quarrels, law-

honey-coloured, relations will cause


the annoyance if red the subject will be to

sex.

If

If black

blame.
property.

they

Should

it

will ruin their

be raised the

man

own
will

have a reputation for courage.

mole

at the far

end of the

line of Apollo,

to the left of the forehead (No. 34),

woman

to expect trouble

warns a

and sorrow from a

MOLES.

58

Extreme misery

man.

the mole
feeling

is

on the part of

imprisonment.
a spendthrift
reverses in
raised,

suffer

To

black.

will

be her portion

man

it

threatens

his employers,

If honey-coloured
;

life

red he shall

if

and come

and

he

if

ill-

also

will

be

meet with

to poverty.

If

though well off in his youth, he will


want in old age from his own pro-

digality.

mole

at the far

end of the

line of

Venus,

to the left of the forehead (No. 35), threatens

both

ill-health

to

man and woman.

If

honey-coloured they will be troubled with


indigestion, suffer from liver complaint and
;

if

red they will indulge too freely in

If raised

they

mole

will

at

spirits.

enjoy better health.

the far end of the

line

of

of the forehead (No. 36),


shows that a woman will probably escape the

Mercury, to the

left

punishment due to her conduct.


will

If black she

receive the censure she deserves.

honey-coloured a

man

will

If

be hated by his

ON THE FOREHEAD,

59

own people because

of his bad conduct.

red he

and witty; and

is

intelligent

his unprincipled

on him.

conduct

Should

it

will

If

black

if

bring reproach

be raised the

evil indica-

tions are modified.

mole

at the far

end of the

line of

Luna,

to the left of the forehead (No. 37), threatens

an early death to a woman, and a life embittered by the unkindness of her husband.
If black

enemies

will

man

bring grave charges

be greatly perseIf
cuted, and probably accused of murder.
honey-coloured or red he must be watchful

against

her.

of his

own

relatives.

will

If

black

expect danger from the sea.


raised the evils are mitigated.

mole above the

left

he must

Should

it

temple (No.

threatens severe sickness to

man

or

be

38),

woman

black they are likely to come to an


Should
untimely end by a fall or drowning.

and

it

if

be raised they will die a natural death.


A mole on the left temple (No.

39),

MOLES.

60

announces many travels to a woman after


She will be too impulsive in
her marriage.
her conduct, and have delicate health, espeIf black she may
cially as she gets older.

meet a violent death. A man will have a


If black he will
long and perilous illness.
die before

fifty.

mole near the

mole on the head

left temple foretells good


but
misfortune
in love matters.
health,
itself,

in the hair at

the back, points to the influence of Mars, and


therefore the subject would be self-willed,

hot-tempered, and brave.

CHAPTER XX.
it

MOLE

tbe tfeet

on the right

foot,

promises to a

woman

life,

a happy, successful, and long


which will be spent a good deal out of

her

own

country, but she will have trouble

from her children.


fortunate.

To

If black

man

talent for languages,

fluence of

women,

she will be less

love of occult studies, a

and the favourable

also

happy marriage.

right foot has the

same

much

mole

travelling

in-

and a

at the side of the

signification.

mole on the sole of the right foot, announces to anyone that they will travel a
great deal and marry a foreigner.

have a long and happy


right heel has the

same

life.

They will
mole on the

signification.

MOLES.

1 32

mole on the

left

foot threatens change-

able fortune to a

woman.

lucky and have

many

danger by travelling

She

will

worries.

be un-

If

black

to be feared,

is

and

probably a violent death, very likely by


To a man a wild and godless
drowning.

He

will

meddle too much

in

people's concerns

and never be well

off.

career.

mole on either foot points to many


A mole on the sole of the left
nounces to any subject many

those not successful.


the

left

foot has the

mole on the

subject

will

opposite sex

ingenious and
nature.

be

and

children.
foot,

travels,

an-

and

signification.

ankle shows that the

much
to a

diligent,

mole on the side of

same

left

other

attracted

man

he

is

that,

by

the

although

of an effeminate

CHAPTER XXI.

Qn

MOLE

tbe Stomacb.

middle of the stomach,


denotes sensuality in a woman, which
in the

To a man, if red,
cause her disgrace.
trouble with women; if honey-coloured much
may

from

happiness

them

points to

talent in a

and

eloquence

un-

oratorical

man.

red mole on

stomach,

black

if

from their influence.

mitigated misfortune
It also

but

the

announces

side

right

that

of the

woman

will

If honeyacquire money by marriage.


coloured she will marry a foreigner.
She
will

be

If black

much

loved

he

be compelled to take long

will

by

She

journeys without her.

her

will

husband.

not live to
133

MOLES,

134

To

old.

grow

a man, a serious accident

affecting his head.

mole on the

She
she

will
is

side of the stomach,

recklessness

to utter

points

left

be extremely vain

in
;

a woman.

and

if

black

likely to cause great

more

to a friend,

danger or death
especially if the mole be

posited very low down


To a 'man materialism

on the

left

side.

and great love of


red he may commit murder,
luxury.
and if very low down he will suffer great
annoyance from the malice of enemies.
If black bitter quarrels will arise and a
If

violent death.

A
but

mole
in

the centre

in

of

the

the

stomach,
promises a

upper portion,
lucky marriage to a woman, but if black
To a man a happy
she will die early.
marriage,

and

the

friendship

of

distin-

guished women.

mole

in

on the lower

the

centre

of the

portion, denotes to a

stomach

woman

ON THE STOMACH.
a

happy

marriage,
If black
longevity.
false

friends,

her.

To

who

135

worldly success and


she must beware of

will

conspire

to

injure

a man, wit and ingenuity, which

lead to fortune.

EXPLANATION OF FRONTISPIECE.
diagram of the moles which, when found
on the face, have corresponding moles on the
body is taken from an old plate of an astrological
JL

The

work published

in

planets as here
follows

marked on the forehead are

1653.

signatures of the
as

Saturn

is

represented by

J?

See

line

I.

Jupiter

II.

Mars

III.

IV.

Apollo (the Sun)

Venus

V.

Mercury

VI.

Moon (Luna)

VII.

A mole

in the centre of the forehead,

line of Saturn, indicates

the body a

A mole

little

below the waist.

(No.

in the centre of the forehead,

line of Jupiter,

below the

another in the middle of


I.)

below the

corresponds with another in the

middle of the breast.

(No.

2.)

MOLES.

138

A mole

of the forehead, below the


Mars, corresponds with another on the left
side below the waist.
(No. 3.)
in the centre

line of

A mole

in the centre of the forehead, below the


Apollo (No. 4), corresponds with one in
the middle of the lower portion of the body, below

line of

the waist.

A mole
line of

in

the centre of the forehead, below the

Venus (No.

5),

corresponds to another

in

the middle of the breast.

A
line

mole
of

under the
corresponds with one

in the centre of the forehead,

Mercury (No.

6),

below the breast.

A mole

in the centre of the forehead,

under the

Luna (No. 7), has also a corresponding


mark on another part of the body which cannot

line of

be given.

mole on the right side of the forehead, close


to the line of Saturn (No. 8), announces one on
the right side of the breast.

A mole

on the right side of forehead, below the


corresponds with one on

line of Jupiter (No. 9),

the right side.


mole on the right side of the forehead, under
the line of Mars (No. 10), corresponds with one on

the right arm.

MOLES.

A mole on

139

the right side of the forehead, below


n), corresponds with

the line of Apollo (No.


another on the back.

mole on the right side of the forehead, below


Venus (No. 12), corresponds with one
on the right side below the waist.

the line of

A mole on the right

side of the forehead, beneath

the line of Mercury (No.


on the right breast.

A mole on
the line of

13),

corresponds to one

the right side of the forehead, beneath


(No. 14), corresponds to another

Luna

on the right side some way below the waist


mole at the extreme end of the right side of
the line of Saturn (No. 15), corresponds with one
on the right thigh.

A mole at the far end of the line of Jupiter (No.


1

6),

on the right

side,

corresponds to another on

the right hip-bone.

mole at the far end of the line of Mars, on


the right side (No. 17), corresponds to one under
the muscle of the right arm.

A
1

8),

mole at the far end of the line of Apollo (No.


on the right side, corresponds to one on the

right side of the back.

mole

at the far

end of the

line

of

Venus

MOLES.

140

(No.

19),

corresponds to one in the centre of the

breast.

mole at the far end of the line of Mercury


(No. 20), on the right side, corresponds to another
below the right breast.
mole at the far end of the line of Luna (No.
21), on the right side, corresponds to one towards
the right side below the waist.

A mole on

the

left

side of the forehead, beneath

the line of Saturn (No. 24), corresponds to one


on the left side of the back.

mole on the left side of the forehead, beneath


the line of Jupiter (No. 25), corresponds to one
on the left side below the waist

mole on the left side of the forehead, below


the line of Mars (No. 26), corresponds to one on
the left arm.

mole on the left side of the forehead, beneath


the line of Apollo (No. 27), corresponds to one on
the left side of the breast.

A mole on the
the line of

the

left

left

side of the forehead, beneath


28), corresponds to one on

Venus (No.

shoulder.

A mole on

the

left

side of the forehead, beneath

the line of Mercury (No. 29), corresponds to one


on the left side.

MOLES.

mole on the

left side of the forehead, below


(No. 30), corresponds to one on
side, below the waist and near the middle

Luna

the line of

the

141

left

of the body.

mole

end of the

at the far

the

left

left

side of the back.

A
32),

on
one on the

line of Saturn,

side (No. 31), corresponds to

mole at the far end of the line of Jupiter (No.


corresponds to one on the lower part of the

left breast.

A mole at the far end

of the line of Mars, on the


one on the left

side (No. 33), corresponds to

left

side of the back.

A
the

mole

at the far

end of the

on
one under

line of Apollo,

side (No. 34), corresponds to


the shoulder.
left

A mole
the

at the far

end of the

Venus, on
one on the

line of

(No. 35), corresponds to


left side below the waist.
left side

A mole at the far end of the line of Mercury,


on the left side (No. 36), corresponds to one on
the ribs below the left breast.
A
the

mole

at the far

end of the

A mole on

the

left side,

Luna, on
one on the

line of

side (No. 37), corresponds to


left side below the waist.
left

above the corner of the

MOLES.

142
left

eye (No.

38),

corresponds to one under the

left

thigh.

mole on the upper part of the left ear (No.


one below the left side of the
waist, and inclining towards the middle of the

40), corresponds to

body.

mole

in the centre of the left ear (No. 41),

corresponds to one on the lower part of the left


side.
The same applies to a mole on the lower
portion of the

left ear.

(No. 42.)

mole between the

left

eyebrow and

eyelid,

towards the temple (No. 57), corresponds to one


on the left side, situated near the centre of the
body.

A mole

between the

left

eyelid

and eyebrow, as

(No. 59), corresponds to one on the upper part of


the left side of the back, below the waist.

mole

the centre of the upper

in

left

eyelid

(No. 60). has a corresponding mole on the left side.


The position of this mole, and of the other moles
corresponding to Nos. 45, 51, 54, 60, 63, 65, 66,
70, 71, 72, 73,

A mole

and

at the

75,

cannot be given.

extreme end of the

left

eyebrow,

61), corresponds to one on the


left side of the loins.
This also applies to the

above the nose (No.

mole

close by.

(No. 62.)

MOLES.

mole

in

143

the centre of the lower

left eyelid
to
one
on
the
(No. 65), corresponds
groin near the

left side.

mole on the left cheek, nearly on a level with


the lower portion of the left ear (X), corresponds
to one beneath the left thigh.

mole high up on the left cheek, and not far


from the ear (56), corresponds to one behind on
the

left

side of the hip-bone.

mole on the

left side, at

the outer corner of

the eye, corresponds to one on the


lower portion of the back.

A
lid

mole

of the

mole

side of the

middle of the hollow of the lower


eye (No. 55), corresponds to one on

in the
left

the groin at the

left

in

left side.

the fore corner of the

left

eye, near

the temples, corresponds to one on the left breast.


mole on the left side, precisely over the

nostril (No. 63),

corresponds to one on the breast

inclining to the left side.

mole on the lower part of the left nostril,


corresponds to one near the left side of the
bladder.

mole on the

left

side of the mouth, almost

corresponds to one on the


between the elbow and the wrist.

touching

it,

left

arm

MOLES.

144

A mole

on the left side of the bone of the


corresponds to one near the left hip-bone.

mole on the left side of the throat (No.


corresponds to one on the left side of the hip.

chin,

44),

mole on the right side of the throat (No. 46),


corresponds to one on the right side of the thigh.

A mole on the right side of the edge of the chinbone, corresponds to one on the right hip.

A
48),

mole

just

mole

in

below the chin in the centre (No.


corresponds to one on the leg.
the centre of the chin

corresponds to one on the right

(No. 49),

foot.

mole

just below the lower lip (No. 50), corresto


on the right knee, unless the mole
one
ponds
inclines to the left side, when it would point to

another on the

left

knee.

mole on the cheek, near the bottom of the


right nostril (No. 67), corresponds to one on the
right shoulder.

mole

mole on the ridge of the nose to the right


and near the tip, corresponds to one on the

just below the nose, to the right side,


corresponds to one on the right hip.

side,

right side of the bladder.

A mole near

the bridge of the nose, close to the

MOLES.
right eyelid (No. 74), corresponds to

145

one under

the right loin.

mole on the upper

right eyelid, near the root

of the eyebrow (No. 75), corresponds to one on the


right side below the waist, towards the centre of
the body.

A
76),

mole on the middle of the right eyelid (No.


corresponds to one on the right side.

mole on the outer corner of the right eyelid


(No. 77), corresponds to one on the right groin.
A mole on the right side of the upper part of
the cheek near the eye (No. 79), corresponds to
one under the right thigh.

A
80),

mole on the lower part of the right ear (No.


corresponds to one on the right side.

mole on the upper part of the right ear (No.


corresponds to one on the right side, towards
the centre of the body below the waist.
81),

mole on the lower part of the right temple


near the eyebrow (No. 82), corresponds to one on
the right loin.

mole

in the corner of the right eye,

towards

the nose, corresponds to one on the right breast


near the right side.

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