Mystery behind Osama bin Laden explained
"Osama bin Laden, the founder and head of the Islamist group Al-Qaeda, was killed in Pakistan on May 2, 2011, shortly after 1:00 am PKT by United States Navy SEALs of the U.S. Naval Special Warfare Development Group."
"He was the 17th of 52 children born to Mohammed bin Laden, a Yemeni immigrant who owned the largest construction company in the Saudi kingdom".
The above Wikipedia excerpt provides more information with regard to his history that includes mass terror activities.
At the first glance, it is the exact philosophical type of hand that was illustrated in any a book on the subject of palmistry. The length of the fingers and the palm being longer than the width of the palm; and the fingers not being knotty and looking smooth and fine implied his visionary mission engulfed with raging anger over superpowers. Hs is said to have been evading strategic arrest by the US for well over 10 years for master minding the 19/11 attack on the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon in the US, that took innocent lives of a multitude and wounded and handicapped a much greater number.
His palms show the presence of clear cut lines of Apollo or the Sun. To be exceptional, these lines are two in number on each palm depicting his reputation for terror. The presence of longer lines of Sun also confirmed the great wealth that Osama bin Laden inherited from his father when living in Saudi Arabia where he was born.
But a finer and a deeper look into the two palms would reveal an upright ending of his two lines of life half way through on the palms, while the same is being cut by an upward line running into the mount of Saturn on both palms. He was born in 1957 and was around 54 years of age at the time of his death caused by the US Navy after a prolonged manhunt launched for well over 10 years.
This upward line could be regarded as his Line of fate as well thereby forming an island on the line of life between the ages of 21 and 54 by the time of his death. An island on the line of life traditionally implied imprisonment or separation or being in hiding or in captivity.
His two palms appeared rosy in colour and contained well developed and undistorted mounts on both which were indicative of his luxurious life that was spent while in Saudi Arabia and during his escapes from arrest by the US.
Palmistry dates back to the stone ages and has spread from country to country, mainly from India to other countries. It has become a pastime for a few, while another segment has much belief in it than in astrology. Today palmistry is widely practised in India, China, Persia, Malaysia and other eastern countries. Palmistry has become an interesting and fascinating subject for the younger generation in the present society than in the past.
For instance, hands are simply divided into four basic categories namely, Earth, Fire, Air and Water by palm readers.
The palms of Osama Bin Laden visibly fall under 'Earth category' - If the length of the fingers and the palm equals, and the fingers are comparatively short, they fall under the category of subjects coming under Earth category. They are practical workers, perhaps menial workers too, and hate detailed instructions and are failures, when it comes to responsibilities with much detailed instructions. This category speaks less and works much physically and is prone to anger. This situation is more confirmed, if the colours of the two palms are dark, while the lines of fate too are missing on both palms. These types of palms are thick and coarse and with shorter fingers at the 1st glance. Earth type hands are also known for their inert and slow start. They are not much imaginative by their nature inside like others, they believe in true work. And always try to get the work done with accuracy. Sometimes these people can become very violent at some point. As an individual these people always try to play a very important role in life for the best interests of his mission depending on one's individuality.
Theses palms reveal his mission being carried out until the time of his death. The lines of head slope gradually onto the mount of Moon, thus depicting his inherent dexterity for strategically cheming out his mission.
Palmistry is a science by which various characteristics of people could be easily traced with a 100 percent accuracy on the part of timing of events by the correct analyses of the upward and downward and the cutting lines on the line of life on both palms. Many people do not believe in palmistry due to the mere reason of not having met an experienced and qualified palm reader in their lifetime. There is another segment of people who says that palmistry is more trustworthy as astrology which pivots on the usage of the correct time of birth, which again is a little dubious for them due to the possibility of incorrect recording of the time of birth by the nurses and the staff of the maternity ward.
The essence of the foregoing could be easily summed up as 'terrorism, violence and bloodshed are by nature short lived, while the truth, justice and righteousness are long lived by the grace and wish of an invisible divinity.
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