The Chinese, as well as the Hindu astrology, believe that moles on the human body tell a lot about a person. Your mole can tell a lot about you and your nature. Every location on which it is located suggests different meanings and interpretations. Here are some basic observations of moles and what they mean...
In the center of the forehead, it means you aren’t communicating well with people in authority, such as your boss or parents. On the side of the head, it shows you have focus, drive, and energy.
Under the eyebrow, it signals abundant wealth. When a mole is hidden from view, it is considered to be even more significant and special, like hidden treasure.
One above the eyebrow — like Angelina Jolie — represents a steady flow of money in your life.
A mole on the eyelid symbolizes disharmony within the family and a tendency to lose money.
‘Crying moles’ — those under the eyes — are a sign that you are overly emotional.
This suggests loneliness and being unable to settle down or form a family.
If it’s on or next to the crease of your face when you smile — like Marilyn Monroe and Michael Schumacher — it can represent potential accidents.
In Chinese astrology, ears represent your character, so a mole on the earlobes is a sign of a good personality and reputation.
One inside the ear means long life while one on the top of the ear symbolizes intelligence.
If you have moles on both ears, you will be influential and enjoy a comfortable life.
Be careful if you have a mole on the end of the nose: it represents instability as it’s in a precarious position. It means relationship problems ahead.
One on the bridge of the nose obstructs the flow of chi or energy as it flows downwards as we breathe, so symbolizes entrapment or trouble ahead. It is also the sign of a hard worker because they labor to stabilize their energy flow.
Moles on the side of the nose, near the nostrils or hidden, indicates someone who is good with money, especially at protecting their bank account.
Having a mole on the chin means tenacity, determination, and stubbornness. It can lead to success or failure depending on how you direct this in your life.
It can also represent the need for change or travel (because the chin is always moving).
The ‘food luck’ mole is found on the right or left corner of the upper lip. You enjoy good food, are generous and enjoy the finer things in life. A mole on the bottom lip means your children will be successful.
The neck forms a link between the head and body, or the ‘spirit’ and ‘physical’. A mole here obstructs the flow of energy and can mean disappointment. One in the center of the neck represents a wild character who may cause their family grief.
Moles on either shoulder indicates that the person has lots of responsibilities and that he is a sensible and a practical person.
Moles on fingers denote obstacles in life. It also predicts bankruptcy in future.
A mole on the right palm suggests that the person will live a wealthy life, whereas on the left suggest a spendthrift nature.
You have the ability to be a good leader if a mole is on your sole. Feet represent traveling or marching and people will be drawn to follow you. It can also signal that you will receive recognition for good deeds.
Moles below the elbow show you are compassionate; those between the shoulder and elbow are a sign you get money easily.
This means you are carrying a burden. You will work hard in life, so success is possible. It just takes you longer to get there.
One on the thigh represents sexuality and someone who is bold and extrovert. On the calf, it relates to fitness problems, most likely from working too hard.
Those with moley knees — a lucky wealth spot — find it easy to make money.
This signifies you are a nurturing mother and will have a powerful place in society because of it.
In Chinese astrology, the success of a mother’s children brings increased power and reputation. A mole on the nipple is a sign your children will do very well in their profession and more generally throughout their lives in love, luck, and wealth.
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