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The Greek philosopher Aristotle (384–322 BC) practiced astrology and physiognomy, believing that moles and birthmarks were signs of the stars and carried their secrets. In order to ascertain a person’s state of mind, he looked at the location, colour, shape and size of the mole. Hippocrates (c.460- c.370 BCE) used the same methods, incorporating the assessment of moles into his diagnoses. Socrates and Plato were also interested in physiognomy as shown in their works. However, some sources suggest that the art of physiognomy originated with the Chinese.
Today, assessing the lines of the palm to describe a person’s character and perhaps predict their future is still popular. Facial lines, birthmarks and moles have meanings, and can be read in a similar way.
In ancient times, moles represented a person’s destiny. The zodiac signs and their ruling planets or stars each carried a secret according to their nature. These secrets were revealed in moles and birthmarks.
For example, a mole on the head describes someone who is a fighter and fearless. They get what they want and are prepared to fight any challenge to get it. Born leaders, they are fighters who prefer to be in control. These people carry the sign of Mars on their faces and heads.
The visible and invisible marks we are born with form a body map that describes our character and destiny – who we truly are and what we shall experience in the future.
I focus on moles rather than on scars or birthmarks. My research has revealed that moles reflect the truth. However, if a mole spreads or changes colour, it should be examined by a medical practitioner as these moles may be a sign of a disease.

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