Do you have a Púca at your house?
Púca is a Celtic word for a ghost! In my story (which is almost here!), the Púca enjoys stealing from others and will sometimes return those stolen items or will decide to give them to others who might need them more. Lord help you if the Púca in my story doesn’t like you! She can be vengeful and make your life uneasy.
Who doesn’t enjoy a good ghost story? As we move closer to October, I couldn’t help but think about them. Now I’m no mystic, but I’ve had my fair share of experiences. Speaking of Mysticism, have you heard of the Mystic Cross? What this has to do with Palmistry. According to this, the Mystic Cross can be found in the palm of your hand, between the heart line and the head line.
There would be two lines that cross within that space, and if you have a cross there, then it means that you are more open to the study of mysticism, which itself implies someone who has a line of connection to the divine.
There is a bit of debate on the Mystic Cross. Some believe having the Mystic Cross doesn’t mean you’re more in tune. It depends on where that little line that makes the cross is located. (Confusing? It sure is!)
If the line crosses over from the head line and shoots across the fate line, it means ‘loss of money or bad decisions. If a line shooting out from the heart line crosses the fate line, this has to do with emotions. So the key is, does the X connect to either the heart or head lines? If it doesn’t and is free-forming, than you’d have yourself the Mystic Cross. I’d like to know if those who can commune with the afterlife or Púca has a Mystic Cross so I can see if this is a good indicator.
I’d like to know what you think of the Mystic Cross or have any experiences with a Púca; please share it with us!
Next week I’m going to talk about the Druids of Ireland and who and what they were or maybe still are?