Moon is represented by the edge of the palm, right below the little finger. The more it balloons outwards, the more this person loves to see herself/himself in a mission for the world. Moon is the energy of exploration into the imagination and subconscious to find a greater meaning and spirituality in life.
They love being left alone in their study and their fantasies. If the Moon is weak, then these individuals feel resigned and confined to harsh circumstances.
Along with being a dreamer, Carolyn Jones has dominant Water Hands. Water hands are long, slender and soft. Their main focus in life is always either about love, beauty and relationships.
Carolyn Sue Jones was born on April 28, 1930. Although you really can’t detect her accent, Carolyn was a Texas girl, born and bred. From Wiki: Jones was born in Amarillo, Texas, the daughter of Cloe Jeanette Southern, a housewife, and Julius Alfred Jones, a barber. In 1934, her father abandoned the family and her mother moved with her two children to her parents’ home in Amarillo.
In 1935, Carolyn, her younger sister Bette, her mother, and her grandparents were living in Des Moines, Iowa, but by 1940, they were back in Amarillo. Carolyn suffered from severe asthma that often restricted her childhood activities. She was an avid reader and loved Hollywood magazines.
When her condition permitted she loved to go to the movies. She enrolled at the Pasadena Playhouse in California, although at 15 she was still three years under the minimum age; her grandfather agreed to pay her tuition.
Jones began her film career in the early 1950s, and by the end of the decade had achieved recognition with a nomination for an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for The Bachelor Party (1957) and a Golden Globe Award as one of the most promising actresses of 1959. Her film career continued for another 20 years. In 1964, she began playing the role of Morticia Addams (as well as her sister Ophelia and the feminine counterpart of Thing, Lady Fingers), in the original black and white television series The Addams Family, receiving a Golden Globe Award nomination for her work.
Jones was married four times. While studying at the Pasadena Playhouse, Jones married Don Donaldson, a 28-year-old fellow student. The couple soon divorced. Jones was subsequently married to television producer Aaron Spelling from 1953 until their 1964 separation and divorce; Jones converted to Judaism when she married Spelling.
Her third marriage, in 1968, was to Tony Award-winning Broadway musical director, vocal arranger and co-producer Herbert Greene (who was her vocal coach); she left him in 1977.
In September 1982, realizing she was dying, Jones married her boyfriend of five years, actor Peter Bailey-Britton. She wore a lace and ribbon cap to hide the loss of her hair from chemotherapy.
Jones was diagnosed with colon cancer in March 1981. She continued to work, telling her friends she was being treated for ulcers. After a period of apparent remission, cancer returned in 1982, and in July 1983, she fell into a coma at her home in West Hollywood, California. She died there on August 3, 1983.
We find big moons in storytellers, painters, humanitarians yoga teachers, explorers, and spiritualists.