Look at photographs of Michael Jackson. In his early years,Jacksonhad a Lion’s Nose, an excellent nose for wealth generation and accumulation. The wings were broad and the tip very bulbous. The bridge was reasonably high and most important, broad. It shows a high capacity to generate wealth and longevity.
Later in life when Jackson was in his forties, his nose was considerably smaller and thinner, lacking the fleshiness of the past, thus reducing his capacity to consistently generate and hold on to his wealth.
His nose tilts upward, exposing the nostrils and is sharp at the end. This indicates that his wealth generation capacity is reduced. The nostrils which govern wealth accumulation have gone from unseen in his twenties to being exposed. He stops being able to make money and starts spending if not hemorrhaging ash.Jackson’s financial troubles largely occurred in his forties.
Good and Poor Noses
For each section of the nose there are positive and negative qualities. The positive ones related to the ability to create and accumulate wealth, while the negative qualities point toward a lack of wealth-generation skills and an inability to manage money.
The more positive ones you have, the better that part of your noses is. All three sections of those nose must be equally good to be prone to wealth.
When someone’s nose has many negative features, meaning that they have at least one negative feature on each of the areas of the nose (bridge, wings and tip), this indicates they most likely have significant problems with generating or managing wealth and money challenges in general. By contrast, a person with a lot of positive nose features has not only the ability to generate wealth but also financial acumen, a nose for deals and an aptitude for accumulating wealth.