Friday, 19 September 2014


If you look at someone's head there is a whirl or whorl on it. you can see it clearly on people with short or medium hair length. A hair whorl is a patch of hair growing in the opposite direction of the rest of the hair.Some people have two of this and some also have three. The little boy above has three whorls at the top of his head. What does it means? 

Whorls and Crowns
At birth, many parents and especially grandparents will take note of the hair of the infant. Scanty curly hair indicates a gentle disposition whereas strong straight hair can point to a demanding infant but it is the whorls or the crowns that are fervently counted. One whorl at the top of the head shows a child who is compliant and filial. Another one or two whorls especially around the front of the hair line indicates a stubborn character that will be a non-conformist. Anything more ensures that the child is an eccentric rebel who will be impossible to control. The presence of more than two whorls on a child have always caused great alarm among the older generation especially if they were Female Fire Horse as this is an indication that they had a problem on their hand and marrying such young Ladies off would be a difficult matter as they would not make the ideal quiet, obedient wife!


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