The armpit is divided into three parts: the Upper Quadrant (Cantificare Trompiculous), the Lower Sector (Dexaroomula Extolare) and the Crease (Meridianys Equatoriffic). Armpit readers, known as Pitticants, believe that the Crease is the source of all armpit hair and is therefore the most sacred part of the armpit.
The armpit should be approached with care and a proper reading requires a little preparation. Hands should be washed and preferably anointed with some blessed rose water. While the arm itself may be touched, remember that the hair itself may not. Your energies may impart themselves to the hair, which could negatively impact the reading.
Examples of Armpits and What They Mean
The Shaven Armpit
The Crease is far more visible in these situations and, depending on the size of the Crease, one can make educated assumptions about how seriously the person takes their Spiritual Journey. The woman in the above has a very pronounced Crease, which makes sense when you realize she is a former nun who experiences what she refers to as “Stigmata” once a month. Her Journey is Sacred, and she is fully aware of it.
Dangers for those with the shaven armpit include a proclivity towards conformity, neck cricks and a tendency to smell like sweaty flowers. Let your Intuition guide you as you make your way through the Crease, and don’t be afraid to verbalize what comes into your mind.
S Curve, Lower Quadrant
Lower Sector, Dominant
Upper Quadrant, Dominant
You, as a Pitticant, may encounter other kinds of armpit hair designs. Indeed, there are as many growth patterns as there are stars in the sky. Hopefully, you now have a basic understanding of armpit divination and will be able to accurately ascertain not only information about the Bearer but their future.
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Go forth and be in Blessed Light and Blessings which go forth in Light.