Famous hands – Kennedy brothers, Lindberg, Garbo, Dietrich, Twain, Max Planck

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This week we’ll be exploring famous hands from the past: The three Kennedy brothers, Charles Lindberg,
Greta Garbo, Marlene Dietrich, Mark Twain and Max Planck.
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Here’s Marlene Dietrich’s hand print.
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Notice all the crackly lines on her palm. This is a creative, Fire hand shape type.
Also notice how long Marlene’s pinkie finger is. It’s much longer than the dotted red line (measured from the joint on her ring finger). This means she was quick, sharp and clever. No wonder she was able to keep reinventing herself over so many years.
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1 thought on “Famous hands – Kennedy brothers, Lindberg, Garbo, Dietrich, Twain, Max Planck

  1. Sankaravelayudhan Nandakumar Reply

    The article is based on scientific truth revealed by palm print and not to harm the feeling of an artist .Nature is enigmatic to produce feelings for human beings out of their control. Why call it a sin, accept it as such. A true astro-geneticist does not see the faults of human beings, they get information on nature for the benefit of human beings what more can I say?.Even Jesus Christ had the same feeling finding no fault on humanbeings.I love the palm print
    Her palm print indicating all the details of her life to a particular point of investigation the good and the bad
    Conical finger on a square palm denoting fame as a singer a beautiful and rare genetic blending.Fate line with islanded formation in these years for scandalous moral affecting later period between 49-50.period.See the beautiful sun line indicating the name and fame followed her till her olden days.As the war connected celebrity observe a star in lower Mars mount.
    She said this was her proudest accomplishment.In 1953, Dietrich was offered a then-substantial $30,000 per week[38] to appear live at the Sahara Hotel[39] on the Las Vegas Strip. The show was short, consisting only of a few songs associated with her.[39] Her daringly sheer “nude dress”—a heavily beaded evening gown of silk soufflé, which gave the illusion of transparency—designed by Jean Louis, attracted a lot of publicity.See the beautiful extraordinary predominating sun shooting up till he olden age. This engagement was so successful that she was signed to appear at the Café de Paris in London the following year; her Las Vegas contracts were also renewed She was also awarded the Légion d’honneur by the French government as recognition for her wartime work.Fate line ending in a cross violent end from breaking her leg.See the inner lifeline in islanded formation indicating formation of cancer out of uremia.Dietrich’s show business career largely ended on 29 September 1975, when she fell off the stage and broke her thigh during a performance in Sydney, Australia.Her last days indicating twisted islanded formation with sun line ending in a cross.Passionate flirtations brought out by islanded heart line with small drooping lines.Throughout her career Dietrich had an unending string of affairs, some short-lived, some lasting decades; they often overlapped and were almost all known to her husband, to whom she was in the habit of passing the love letters of her men, sometimes with biting comments.When Dietrich filmed Morocco (1930) she found time to have an affair with Gary Cooper, despite the constant presence on the set of the temperamental Mexican actress Lupe Vélez, with whom Cooper was having a romance.[72] Vélez once said: “If I had the opportunity to do so, I would tear out Marlene Dietrich’s eyes”
    Dietrich maintained popularity throughout her unusually long show business career by continually re-inventing herself, professionally and characteristically. In 1920s Berlin, she acted on the stage and in silent films. Her performance as Lola-Lola in The Blue Angel (1930), directed by Josef von Sternberg, brought her international fame resulting in a contract with Paramount Pictures.
    M Extravagant offers lured Dietrich away from Paramount to make her first color film The Garden of Allah (1936) for independent producer David O. Selznick, receiving $200,000, and to Britain for Alexander Korda’s production, Knight Without Armour (1937), at a salary of $450,000. Although she was now one of the best paid film stars, her vehicles were costly to produce and her public popularity had declined. By this time, Dietrich placed 126th in box office rankings, and American film exhibitors proclaimed her “box office poison” in May 1938, a distinction she shared with Greta Garbo, Joan Crawford, Mae West, Katharine Hepburn, and Fred Astaire among others.ariene Dietrich.
    Sankaravelayudhan Nandakumar on behalf of Calendron Lab, Oxford astrophysics research center working under Simon Hooker as guided by Hon .Stephen Hawking ,Applied mathematical algorithmic research center at Cambridge University.

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