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Post  eveneuhaus on Wed Sep 21, 2011 11:23 pm

Hello,
My name is Eve. I live on the central coast of California. I'm in my 60's.

The reason I joined this forum is because a curious thing happened to me in July.

As I was sitting on a bench in the vet's waiting room waiting for my dog to be brought to me, another dog left her owner's lap, crossed the bench and bit me on the middle finger of my right hand. A couple hours later the hand swelled up and the following day I found myself on the operating table having my tendons debrided. A fast-moving infection had moved into my palm and I was fortunate that a surgeon skilled in arthroscopy was available to do the work, which took an hour and a half, 5 external and 11 internal stitches, and left me with one scar about an inch long on the inside of my finger and another about 3/4 of an inch long across the center of my palm.

I'm writing to hear your thoughts on this part of the story: the scar on my palm connects my heart and head lines. My life line crosses it at close to a right angle.

I tried to post a photo of my hand here, but the interface didn't work.

Anyway, I'm wondering what the implications of this are.

regards,
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Post  Patti on Wed Sep 21, 2011 11:50 pm

eveneuhaus wrote:Hello,
My name is Eve. I live on the central coast of California. I'm in my 60's.

The reason I joined this forum is because a curious thing happened to me in July.

As I was sitting on a bench in the vet's waiting room waiting for my dog to be brought to me, another dog left her owner's lap, crossed the bench and bit me on the middle finger of my right hand. A couple hours later the hand swelled up and the following day I found myself on the operating table having my tendons debrided. A fast-moving infection had moved into my palm and I was fortunate that a surgeon skilled in arthroscopy was available to do the work, which took an hour and a half, 5 external and 11 internal stitches, and left me with one scar about an inch long on the inside of my finger and another about 3/4 of an inch long across the center of my palm.

I'm writing to hear your thoughts on this part of the story: the scar on my palm connects my heart and head lines. My life line crosses it at close to a right angle.

I tried to post a photo of my hand here, but the interface didn't work.

Anyway, I'm wondering what the implications of this are.

regards,
Eve Neuhaus







Hi Eve!
Welcome to the forum! What an interesting story. A friend of mine fought off a pit bull with his hands and one was very mangled. I had taken photos and prints of his hands over the years before this happened and photos after.

I tend to think there is something to syncranisticity and areas of the hands that become injured may relate to 'stuff' going on in your life currently or was very much on your mind. Then again, it may only be a coincidence or accident totally unrelated to anything other than perhaps 'being in the wrong place at the wrong time'.

Some new members mention they have difficultly uploading images at the beginning. Even though you get error messages, you should be able to copy and paste links to images in your posts - either by uploading directly from your computer or from another photo site like photobucket.

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Post  cefspan on Mon Sep 26, 2011 4:43 pm



Hi!
Madam , is it like this?


If so , then in the hand of men , it shows that they will have a supporting partner , in every aspect , including financial.......

It means that a man having simean's crease will always seek help form her wife in financial matters .


In your case, , it can be different . Please post the picture.

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Post  Patti on Mon Sep 26, 2011 4:55 pm

cefspan wrote:

Hi!
Madam , is it like this?


If so , then in the hand of men , it shows that they will have a supporting partner , in every aspect , including financial.......

It means that a man having simean's crease will always seek help form her wife in financial matters .


In your case, , it can be different . Please post the picture.

Hello cefspan,
Eve mentioned that the head and heart lines were joined by a scar caused by a dog bite. This scar making the connection is not likely to create a simian crease, but it would be interesting to see if it does.

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