Face Reading: What is the meaning of two moles above collarbone?

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  1. jainismus profile image72
    jainismusposted 9 years ago

    Face Reading: What is the meaning of two moles above collarbone?

    One of my friends has 2 nearby moles above her collarbone. The moles are bigger and dark. This is a very rare case and I could not find any information about this sign in books or on the net. Can anybody tell me meaning of such two moles on that part?
    -Mahaveer Sanglikar


  2. CWanamaker profile image94
    CWanamakerposted 9 years ago

    I dont know the meaning of it (if any) but i have a similar condition.  The body does weord things sometimes like how moles may appear in some people on both sides of the body in the same locations.  Not sure if that means anything either.

  3. celafoe profile image55
    celafoeposted 9 years ago

    its called two moles by the collarbone and means you have them .   no further meaning

  4. Link10103 profile image60
    Link10103posted 9 years ago

    Unless this person has been exposed to large amounts of sun rays recently or they just suddenly showed up out of the blue...they are just moles.

    Also, what do moles in general, let alone moles near the collarbone, have anything to do with face reading?

  5. davidlivermore profile image94
    davidlivermoreposted 9 years ago

    It's a vampire bite, obviously.  Hope that person didn't lose too much blood!

  6. bethperry profile image86
    bethperryposted 9 years ago

    According to an old book I have on the subject, twin moles on the neck, especially close together and above the collar bone, forecasts that the person will be quick to fall in and out of love (fickle) in their youth, but will most likely marry for love once they have reached their late 20's or early 30's. This relationship will be passionate and long-lasting, and their partner will likely to be financially prosperous and the dominate partner of the union.

    Hope this info is of help.

    1. jainismus profile image72
      jainismusposted 9 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks bethperry.

  7. The Examiner-1 profile image60
    The Examiner-1posted 9 years ago

    It means that you have moles. Probably because you were born with them.


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