Warnings and Danger Signs
Now that you know what kind of a traveler you are, it's time to read the warning signs displayed on your palm. As with any other line, the interpretation of a travel line is subject to other markings:
Overlaps and breaks on the travel line indicate that travel will be delayed at that point.
Bars and other lines that cross the travel line show obstacles to travel and interferences that you must overcome.
A star on the travel line is an indication that there could be danger or disaster ahead — perhaps a train or car accident, or problems with delays caused by a faulty aircraft. Look to your life line to see if there is a corresponding star in the same frame as the journey to see how much cause there is for concern.
An island on a travel line means a traveler should beware, because the trip may have an entirely unanticipated and nasty end, such as bad travel connections that leave you stranded, getting lost in unfamiliar territory, or not being able to achieve the goals of the trip. It could even be as serious as a dangerous result, say becoming the victim of a crime.
A square on the travel line adds protection for the traveler at the point where it appears.
Problems with travel may not just mean car accidents or lost luggage. They can also show that the trip does not meet its intended goal: a bad sales call or dissatisfying move to a new town.