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What type of crease do I have?

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What type of crease do I have?

Post  anacaro21 on Thu Aug 09, 2012 9:36 pm

Hello to all,

I have posted something similar a little while back in regards of my head line that splits, forks or branch out towards the love line even though I stated that "branch" goes or stop towards the fate line (going up to Saturn) it does slightly touches the love line. The head line goes all way down to little finger and also finishes with a small fork.

so reading about the suwon crease in specific, I was wondering if this would fit under the criteria, there is so much going back and forth as for identifying such I may bit confused and yet think I have factors as well, can anybody help?

I been wanting to know what is this type of line since I haven't been successful finding anything similar elsewhere...

This my left hand

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Re: What type of crease do I have?

Post  Martijn (admin) on Thu Aug 09, 2012 9:56 pm


Hello anacaro21,

I would prefer to classify your head line as a Sydney line (because the lower splitting at the end of the head line appears to run to the side of the palm); you head line is also featured with an interruption at the radial (thumb) side of the line.

But I do understand your association with the Suwon crease, but that would require to see two different head lines (positioned parallel to each other).

Does this make sense?

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Post  anacaro21 on Fri Aug 10, 2012 12:13 am

Hi Martijn,

It does makes sense based on your description. I thought the Sidney line was all in one to the very end of the edge of the palm and I'm a like an inch away from it.

I understand I have a long head line (actually on both hands) but different layout , but because of the unusual split at the somewhat beginning of left wanted to learn what type or why..... Thanks!
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Re: What type of crease do I have?

Post  Patti on Fri Aug 10, 2012 12:39 am

Hi Ana,
Here are some examples of variations of the Sydney line from Schaumann & Alter:

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Re: What type of crease do I have?

Post  anacaro21 on Fri Aug 10, 2012 2:42 am

Thanks! Patti for the illustration... I can relate mine to the "B" figure. Now my question is, does it makes a difference whether the line finishes at the very edge of the palm or a short one inch from it?

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Post  Patti on Fri Aug 10, 2012 5:10 am

anacaro21 wrote: Thanks! Patti for the illustration... I can relate mine to the "B" figure. Now my question is, does it makes a difference whether the line finishes at the very edge of the palm or a short one inch from it?


You're welcome! I would consider the horizontal crease that aims to the bottom of the photo below the longer piece of head line - to be an extension ... kind of like F, taking it to the ulnar edge - which is a requirement of the Sydney Line. (which is the one I had in mind - but these are just examples - there are a variety of possibilities)

p.s: I think I see a rainbow in your new photo - that's cool!
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Post  anacaro21 on Sat Aug 11, 2012 3:13 pm

Patti wrote:

You're welcome! I would consider the horizontal crease that aims to the bottom of the photo below the longer piece of head line - to be an extension ... kind of like F, taking it to the ulnar edge - which is a requirement of the Sydney Line. (which is the one I had in mind - but these are just examples - there are a variety of possibilities)

p.s: I think I see a rainbow in your new photo - that's cool!

Oh yes it was perfect timing to capture the rainbow....

Wow now I learn something new sunny
I had the opportunity to go online and read about this type of mark and
and the only thing I can possibly relate in my words is emotional
struggle as a child.....

I have a thirteen year old daughter and she also has this mark on both
hands super long head line with no breaks and in one of her palms the
line forks or splits, until now (knocking on wood) she has been a very
good kid, A' and B's in school, she can bit a bit disperse at times, she
is a very deep emotional girl with good social (to much!!) skills and
if she had to endure some emotional struggles (not remotely close as
what I experienced) the only thing I could say on her behalf, could be
the migration from my country to here the US and the loss of her
father..... at any rate just figured could give a little feedback for
anyone interested.
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Post  Patti on Sat Aug 11, 2012 3:24 pm

Thanks! Thanks for sharing!! sunny
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Re: What type of crease do I have?

Post  Martijn (admin) on Sat Aug 11, 2012 6:21 pm

anacaro21 wrote:Hi Martijn,

It does makes sense based on your description. I thought the Sidney line was all in one to the very end of the edge of the palm and I'm a like an inch away from it.

I understand I have a long head line (actually on both hands) but different layout , but because of the unusual split at the somewhat beginning of left wanted to learn what type or why..... Thanks!

Hello Ana,

Yes, the Sydney line does require to cross the full palm.
By the way, I observe that your head line does reach out to the edge of the palm - see picture below.

(Sorry, your photo does not confirm that it ends at 'an inch away' from the side of the palm)

I hope this makes sense now?


PS. Patti's examples also illustrate why a small interruption (or a weak end) in the line would not matter, because in your hand there is also the horizontal line (the yellow line in my picture below) which starts at the edge of your palm. So, both lines together would also make a combination that crosses the full palm.

PPS. I agree with Patti that your hand could best be associated with Sydney line variant F in Patti's picture.



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Post  anacaro21 on Sun Aug 12, 2012 10:33 pm

Thanks Martjin for the thorough explanation Wink especially for pointing it out in the picture Very Happy
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