Count Your Bracelet Lines On The Wrist… How Many? Here’s What It Means!

Rascette lines, also known as the bracelet lines on the wrists, refer to the curved lines separating the palm of the hand from the rest of the arm. These lines are linked to one’s health, fame and success in life.

Metaphysics Knowledge claims that the number of bracelets can also symbolize the longevity of your life. The more bracelets found on your wrist, the longer you are going to live.

A 23 to 28 years of life if the first bracelet seems to be sharply marked and uninterrupted, 46 to 56 years for the second bracelet, the third bracelet signifies 69 to 84 years of life and lastly, the fourth bracelet signifies more than 84 years of life.

Commonly, the number of bracelets is usually two to three. The fourth one is the rarest.
Now, take some time and look at your wrist to find out the number of bracelet lines you have. How many are there?

The first line is considered to be the most important bracelet. As what Metaphysics Knowledge claims, a deep and clear line means that the person is physically fit and in good health. However, if the first line is somewhat unclear and poorly formed, this shows that one is reckless and indulgent.
A certain health problem can also be signified by the first bracelet line.


If their first line sweeps upwards going into the center of the palm or if it is in split links, this may imply gynecological problems.


If their first wrist line curves upwards into the base of the palm or if it is in broken links this may indicate that there may be reproductive, urinary or prostate problems.

The second wrist line usually indicates the happiness, victory, and wealth of an individual. The Rascette would look vertical, in a single line without chain links or any gaps.

The third wrist line indicates the fame and name of the individual’s life. It can also indicate that a person is influential if the line is straight and without any chains or gaps.

The fourth wrist line usually favors and strengthens the third bracelet line.


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