which hand should be considered to read in palmistry in a man,s hand?what does it mean if he has got two para?
llel marriage lines of equal length and thickness in his left hand and one short and one long in his right hand?pls help.thank u.
Suggestion by Pa
It does not mean anything…There is no validity to Palm Reading at all. So do yourself a favor and avoid the self-deception entirely.
Do not waste your time or money on ignorant, irrational crutches like fortune telling or astrology…they are meaningless, can predict nothing, and in no way offer anything resembling truth.
Suggestion by daniel
The hand that should be read in palmistry is the hand you jack off with, I’ve been a palm reader for many years I know what im talking about.
Suggestion by Ajita
Be it men’s hand or women’s hand, you should check both, some palmists believe the right hand shows our karmas in present life, what we can still change, and lines change only in right hands not in left. Now marriage lines not always shows marriage or love affair, it may mean someone is really close to us through out that period, and they are parallel means at the same time, it means they both influence his life side by side, and longer and deeper the line, the stronger the effect. Hope that helped 🙂
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where is a good place to see in new orleans?
im recently divorced after a 12 year marriage and 15 year relationship that ended mutually and needing a vacation to clear my head. I have never seen new orleans. I am seeing a girl now for a few weeks and feel like I want her to go too. I am planning on staying in the french quarter and seeing the usual cemeteries and voodoo shops. I like the darker stuff so any input would be helpful on a cool place to go.
Suggestion by NOLA guy
For hotels, check travel sites like Expedia & Orbitz and also http://www.frenchquarterhotels.com/
Things to do in New Orleans:
Mardi Gras and the Jazz Festival are world famous events, but New Orleans hosts many festivals and celebrations throughout the year: www.nola.com/festivals
There are many tours offered and examples are:
The Saint Charles Streetcar is the oldest continuously operating street railway in the world and is a “tourist attraction” in its own right. It is part of the public transit system, as are the Canal Street and Riverfront streetcar lines: www.norta.com
There is always music, but the bands change: Go to www.bestofneworleans.com and click on Music then Listings or to www.offbeat.com and click on Listings, then Music.
Note that music clubs often advertise “No Cover”, meaning there is no charge for entering. However, clubs with “No Cover” often require that customers buy a beverage each for every “set” of music (which can be every 20 minutes) so KNOW THE PRICE before you sit down. Clubs do that because some people will sit in the club all evening drinking nothing (clubs only make money from the drinks they sell – not from the music). It is also a good idea to pay for each round of drinks (in clubs on Bourbon Street) as it is delivered so there can’t be any confusion at the end of the evening.
An incomplete guide to bars & clubs:
About certain alcoholic beverages: Realize that some famous drinks are VERY potent compared with regular cocktails that have only 1 to 1 ½ ounces of alcohol. For example, a Hurricane is basically 3 or 4 ounces of rum in something like red Kool-Aid, and a Hand Grenade has at least 4 ½ ounces of Everclear + rum + vodka mixed with melon liquor. They don’t necessarily taste like an alcoholic beverage and it is easy to over-indulge.
Wander around the French Quarter, enjoy the architecture, watch the street entertainers (do tip), and visit some of the historic buildings that have been turned into museums (go to www.frenchquarter.com and click on Historic Attractions).
Cafe du Monde is in the French Quarter and you shouldn’t miss having cafe au lait & beignets (www.cafedumonde.com). Another great coffee shop is the Croissant d’Or (at 617 Ursulines Street), which is open from 7:00am to 2:00pm and has food in addition to pastry.
Visit the Bottom of the Cup tea Room for a reading: http://www.bottomofthecup.com/
The Palm Court restaurant is very nice, has moderate prices, and offers traditional live jazz starting at 8:00pm: 1204 Decatur Street, tel 504-525-0200 (reservations are important and they are not open every day). http://www.palmcourtjazzcafe.com/
Maximo’s Italian Grill has great food and atmosphere: 1117 Decatur Street in the French Quarter, (504) 586-8883. www.maximosgrill.com
Cafe Degas is a very French restaurant near City Park at 3127 Esplanade – which is not within walking distance of downtown (5 to 10 minutes by taxi). They are closed on Mondays & Tuesdays (504-945-5635). www.cafedegas.com
The Napoleon House restaurant is at 500 Chartres Street in the FQ, and has a menu of great local dishes: www.napoleonhouse.com
More restaurant suggestions: http://www.10best.com/New_Orleans,LA/Restaurants/
Preservation Hall has traditional live Jazz, and doesn’t serve alcohol so all ages are welcome: www.preservationhall.com
New Orleans has ballet, opera, a symphony orchestra, and theatre:
There is a free ferry across the Mississippi at the “foot” of Canal Street. It is a short trip but like a harbor cruise w/o a guide: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/canal_street_ferry
The Aquarium, Audubon Zoo, and the new Insectarium are world-class attractions (www.auduboninstitute.org) and you should see them if you can. The Zoo is several miles from downtown. You can drive to the Zoo (which has free parking) or take public transit from the French Quarter.
Go to www.neworleansmuseums.com for info on museums.
Harrah’s Casino is in the Central Business District: www.harrahs.com
New Orleans City Park has a variety of attractions + free parking. (www.neworleanscitypark.com).
Check www.frenchquarter.com and http://www.nola.com/visitor/ for ideas about other things to do.
I hope you have a great time!
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