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Denise wrote:

Hi, guys —

This is a crazy question.

My dad was Catholic but growing up, I went to Baptist church though I attended a Catholic high school.

My question is about birthmarks. I have a series of white marks that look like symbols on my left wrist and on my right hand on the index finger knuckle. The lines are shaped an arrow in a circle that points to my middle finger knuckle, where the lines are shaped like an eye.

  • Does this mean I have bad marks or that I'm like the devil's daughter or something?

I had one person notice my wrist and gasp but like they didn't want me to notice.

  • Am I crazy or is everyone around me a nut?



  { Are these type of birthmarks bad and reflective or being the devil's daughter or something similar? }

Eric replied:

Dear Denise,

Rest assured, you need not be concerned about your birthmarks.

The only ones who are the devil's daughter are those who imitate him in their thoughts and deeds.

It is impossible for us to belong to the devil without cooperating with him with our wills.


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