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The Bare Forehead Has Its Secrets


The Art and the Science of Face Feng Shui is the unique blend of Physiognomy (the analysis of Facial Features), Phrenology (the analysis of the skull formation) in comparison to the Life Chart (the Date of Birth) of a person, so as to determine the character of a person and predict his Pathway in life. 

The face is the most individual and recognisable part of a Person. Six billion people inhabit the Earth but no two individuals look alike even in the case of identical twins (by the way, even their palm prints and finger prints are not alike). Animals rely on their sense of smell and hearing to identify other animals or their masters, but we humans have to rely mainly on our ability to recognise their facial features. Not being able to recognise or distinguish a face is a rare and debilitating condition called “Prosopagnosia” (Greek:prosopon meaning face and agnosia meaning “lack of knowledge or ability). Face Feng Shui takes you into the metaphysical realms of analysis which allows a person to look beyond the surface. This can help you to better understand the ones that you are dealing with, be it for business, better relationships or for parental guidance.

A face is divided into 3 portions. The portion that is seemingly uncluttered by any other feature is the forehead. Though it does not have any distinguishable features on it like eyes or a mouth, it is the most visible chamber of the brain. That is why it is called the Seat of Wisdom.


The Forehead is divided into 3 portions when one begins to analyse it. The top portion near the hairline is the area of Imagination, the middle, Memory, the portion above the eyebrows reveals the various powers of Observation.

According to phrenologists, the portion above the eyebrows are again divided into different zones and development or underdevelopment of these zones further identify the faculty that is emphasized in the powers of Observation.


In Face Feng Shui, it is most important to note the 3 main portions, as this can give one the insight into a person’s best mental capabilities.


Looking at the picture of Pablo Picasso, one notices that the top region of his forehead is extremely prominent. Picasso’s power of Imagination is legendary which took the World of Art into a new era of expression and broke down many ridged areas of style, colour and form exploding into a New Age of the Impressionist Artists.
Most actors and actresses will possess such a developed portion of their forehead but to be able to be a Super Star and a Method Actor, the power of Observation is essential as seen in the picture of Marlon Brando who has both the upper region, giving him the power of Imagination and the lower region, the power of Observation, very pronounced. The power of Observation enables a person to be aware of and register to his mind the finer details of everything he sees. This gift makes a person good in any career that requires analysis and tracking. If your boss has this region well developed, you can be sure that nothing goes past him so be on your toes and don’t try to kid him – he misses nothing.

A well developed bulge in the middle of the forehead is something most people would love to have as it distinguishes them with a powerful Memory. Such a person was the Great Vietnamese Statesman Ho Chi Minh (Nguyen That Trankh) and this gift allowed him to be a linguist which was a further asset to his role as an international arbitrator.
But there is another very unique bump situated right in the middle of the forehead which marks the person as a Visionary. This is sometimes called the Double Forehead and it is seen here in the Picture of Jawaharlal Nehru who was the Architect of India’s Independence and the beginning of a dynasty. The Chinese God of Long Life and Wisdom, Lau Sing Kong, who is always depicted with this Double Forehead.


A Special Observation

Self-assured Men will unashamedly bare their foreheads in pride even though they may have receding hairlines, but I have always found women trying to hide their foreheads especially if they have powerful, prominent bulges.  

When a Lady dresses her hair by exposing her forehead, you can be sure that you are before a person who is confident of who she is and what she wants so please do not try to patronise her. 

And Ladies !! the first step in “Power Dressing” is to keep your forehead clear and sweep back your hair. Cute curls, bangs and fringes make a fine coquettish figure but if you wish to muscle into Male Dominated Boardrooms, then keep your forehead daringly Bare!



If you would like me to analyse your eyes or the eyes of your loved ones in this column, send me a front-view, non-returnable coloured photograph with the date of birth and the pseudonym you wish to use. Either send it by e-mail to ZORRA@ZORRAPREDICTIONS.COM or to MADAM ZORRA at The Weekender, Star Publications.

Should you have any enquiries, you may call me at 012-429 1199.

About Madam Zorra 

Madam Zorra is a practicing gem therapist, psychic Tarot Card Reader and Face Feng Shui Expert. She has conducted her research and practise in Asia; mainly Burma and Indonesia, Europe and the USA and now in Malaysia. She conducts live interactive programmes on the World Wide Web for both Audio and Visual media free of charge from her website,

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