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Variation of Girdle of Venus?

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Variation of Girdle of Venus?

Post  Sari on Sun Feb 10, 2013 3:01 am

I wasn't quite 100% on how to read this line, does anyone have an opinion?
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Re: Variation of Girdle of Venus?

Post  Patti on Sun Feb 10, 2013 3:49 am

That is one amazingly low set little finger! My first thought is that the folding of the hand with the finger set in such a way may create the little finger version of a passion line.

After looking at other features in combination, I think this crease may compensate for the short, low set finger. I would give it a similar energy to the passion line only switch it to the idea of communication.

In the sense of it being compensatory... I wonder if she overdoes the communication thing sometimes and gets on people's nerves without it being her intention. Like having lots to say and can't contain it or taking time to see if the other person is interested.

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Re: Variation of Girdle of Venus?

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Sun Feb 10, 2013 9:54 am

Patti wrote:That is one amazingly low set little finger! My first thought is that the folding of the hand with the finger set in such a way may create the little finger version of a passion line.

After looking at other features in combination, I think this crease may compensate for the short, low set finger. I would give it a similar energy to the passion line only switch it to the idea of communication.

In the sense of it being compensatory... I wonder if she overdoes the communication thing sometimes and gets on people's nerves without it being her intention. Like having lots to say and can't contain it or taking time to see if the other person is interested.
Patti, can you please point out the other features based on which you think this line is acting to compensate the lowset little finger?

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Re: Variation of Girdle of Venus?

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Sun Feb 10, 2013 10:48 am

Hi Sari,

It is a strong line going from heart line,under Apollo finger area, to Mercury mount and is straight form. The low set Mercury is making her uncomfortable in expressing her intimate needs and giving a pre-set feeling of getting abandoned by others. This line indicates that she likes this and responds strongly to these feelings within her.

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Re: Variation of Girdle of Venus?

Post  Martijn (admin) on Sun Feb 10, 2013 10:50 am

Sari wrote:I wasn't quite 100% on how to read this line, does anyone have an opinion?
Thanks.

Hi Sari,

At first sight I associated it a long relationship line where the first part is missing. However, then I notice the strange curve in the heart line... it almost looks as if it has been created from 3 pieces that got attached to each other very well.

Now, interestingly, it appears that the line is the (almost perfect) continuation of the upper part of the heart line... and then one can also recognize it as a typical manifestation that is sometimes seen in a 'broken heart line' (which can manifest with a large gap between the two line parts)... however because the center part of the heart line has made an almost perfect connection between the upper part and the lower part.

So, I would need to see the other hand in order to make a permanent judgement regarding the nature of this line - but so far I think the line can best be described as representing an unusual manifestation of the heart line.

(I hope this description makes sense, if not... I can present a picture featured with a few marks which will illustrate the 3 parts of the heart)


PS. Patti has described the low set pinky correctly, it's quite unusual to see it positioned this low. By the way, I also notice that this person has many of the characteristics that produced significant results in my 'Extraversion' study... this woman is probably an 'introvert'.

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Re: Variation of Girdle of Venus?

Post  Sari on Sun Feb 10, 2013 11:24 am

Hi,
Thanks everyone for your comments, I'll post her other hand tomorrow, and (I have had her hand on this forum previously discussing her low set pinky), it's not that part that I'm questioning. She is not a woman, but only a 14 year old girl. She lives with me and I know her past and the possible reasons for the low set pinky. Since she has not yet matured I cannot really make any assumptions on her love or emotional side of her life because she hasnt' had a boyfriend yet, too young. It was only that one specific line which I was curious about because of the way it is attached to the heart line.

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Re: Variation of Girdle of Venus?

Post  Patti on Sun Feb 10, 2013 5:24 pm

Kiran.Katawa wrote:
Patti wrote:That is one amazingly low set little finger! My first thought is that the folding of the hand with the finger set in such a way may create the little finger version of a passion line.

After looking at other features in combination, I think this crease may compensate for the short, low set finger. I would give it a similar energy to the passion line only switch it to the idea of communication.

In the sense of it being compensatory... I wonder if she overdoes the communication thing sometimes and gets on people's nerves without it being her intention. Like having lots to say and can't contain it or taking time to see if the other person is interested.
Patti, can you please point out the other features based on which you think this line is acting to compensate the lowset little finger?

Basically the radial side of her hand shows an outgoing type of personality. The short low set little finger typically relates to some kind of insecurity or timidness in personal self expression. These energies are in conflict. The outgoing nature appears stronger than the withdrawn. But, this low set little finger does add it's qualities in some way.

This angled line, could be caused by how the hand folds, as it is located under the ring finger in a normal location for a heart line, yet the heart line itself is farther down. This is probably why Martijn would like to see the other hand, to compare formation and structure of the hand and creases.

This gives it 'heart line energy' to some degree, but the angle up to the little finger is not typical of a heart line. Sometimes in hands that the little finger isn't unusually low set, there can be found this angled crease under the little finger that is very similar to Johnny's passion line. Over the years I have transferred my variation of a version of the passion line to the energies of the area under the little finger when found and have come to the conclusion that it adds a similar excitement, intensity only related to things like communication, self expression and how one deals in the world with finances and business.

Without the low set finger, this angled crease (in my opinion) would enhance business and communication skills and relate to enthusiasm and passion. Here it becomes something that compensates for something else that is lacking. The typical normal type of communication is replaced/built up/supported in this girl's case by a crease that is related to emotions (heart line variation) and excited pleasure (passion line variation).

Which led me to say: "In the sense of it being compensatory... I wonder if she overdoes the communication thing sometimes and gets on people's nerves without it being her intention. Like having lots to say and can't contain it or taking time to see if the other person is interested."

Can you see this Kiran?

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Re: Variation of Girdle of Venus?

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Sun Feb 10, 2013 9:15 pm

Excellent description Patti. Thank you so much. I now completely understand the COMPENSATORY behavior. Thumbs up!

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Re: Variation of Girdle of Venus?

Post  Sari on Sun Feb 10, 2013 10:03 pm

Patti you said:[Which led me to say: "In the sense of it being compensatory... I wonder if she overdoes the communication thing sometimes and gets on people's nerves without it being her intention. Like having lots to say and can't contain it or taking time to see if the other person is interested."]
I agree with your comments, she does talk a lot and even gets in trouble in class for talking too much, she talks fast and it seems as if she has to get out what she is trying to say and the subject will change without a breath in between and if one tries to butt in, she quickly adds 'wait I haven't finished', and yes at least to me she gets on my nerves probably because I'm more a quiet type.

Martjin, you are right too, she is quite an introvert as far as her social life, she stays at home a lot, almost like a hermit, and only has a couple of friends that she sees only every so often. But in saying that she is not always introverted once she is with someone comfortable, she is totally opposite, like I said above, non stop talking.
Anyway here is her left hand.
She is right handed.

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Re: Variation of Girdle of Venus?

Post  Patti on Mon Feb 11, 2013 12:30 am

Thank you Sari for the wonderful description! Sometimes summed up remarks compared with feedback make palm reading look 'psychic', but when you read the method to reach the summation you can tell it is intuitive/associative analysis.

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Re: Variation of Girdle of Venus?

Post  Martijn (admin) on Mon Feb 11, 2013 1:11 am

Sari wrote:Patti you said:[Which led me to say: "In the sense of it being compensatory... I wonder if she overdoes the communication thing sometimes and gets on people's nerves without it being her intention. Like having lots to say and can't contain it or taking time to see if the other person is interested."]
I agree with your comments, she does talk a lot and even gets in trouble in class for talking too much, she talks fast and it seems as if she has to get out what she is trying to say and the subject will change without a breath in between and if one tries to butt in, she quickly adds 'wait I haven't finished', and yes at least to me she gets on my nerves probably because I'm more a quiet type.

Martjin, you are right too, she is quite an introvert as far as her social life, she stays at home a lot, almost like a hermit, and only has a couple of friends that she sees only every so often. But in saying that she is not always introverted once she is with someone comfortable, she is totally opposite, like I said above, non stop talking.
Anyway here is her left hand.
She is right handed.

Thanks Sari, your description sounds like she could be an introvert... who is now over-compensating in her puberty-years ('talking out the hormones').

PS. Her left hand looks more balanced towards ambiversion.

For her left hand her heart line does not show the irregularity that I described for her right hand, and the other line is missing there as well; I think this confirms that the unusual line in her right hand relates to the irregularity in her heart line. (Both hands also show traces of a girdle of venus at the same location... at a position slightly higher than the strange line in the right hand)

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Re: Variation of Girdle of Venus?

Post  rajashri on Thu Jan 14, 2016 10:35 am

One of the best brainstorming discussions from the earlier topics!   Thumbs up!

Why is such an ideal and spontaneous "qualitative analysis"  missing in the forum at present?....
Thanks a lot...

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variation in griddle of Venus

Post  nishaghai on Thu Jan 14, 2016 11:44 am

Patti wrote:
Kiran.Katawa wrote:
Patti wrote:That is one amazingly low set little finger!  My first thought is that the folding of the hand with the finger set in such a way may create  the little finger version of a passion line.

After looking at other features in combination, I think this crease may compensate for the short, low set finger. I would give it a similar energy to the passion line only switch it to the idea of communication.  

In the sense of it being compensatory... I wonder if she overdoes the communication thing sometimes and gets on people's nerves without it being her intention.  Like having lots to say and can't contain it or taking time to see if the other person is interested.
Patti, can you please point out the other features based on which you think this line is acting to compensate the lowset little finger?

Basically the radial side of her hand shows an outgoing type of personality.  The short low set little finger typically relates to some kind of insecurity or timidness in personal self expression.  These energies are in conflict.  The outgoing nature appears stronger than the withdrawn.  But, this low set little finger does add it's qualities in some way.

This angled line, could be caused by how the hand folds, as it is located under the ring finger in a normal location for a heart line, yet the heart line itself is farther down.  This is probably why Martijn would like to see the other hand, to compare formation and structure of the hand and creases.

This gives it 'heart line energy' to some degree, but the angle up to the little finger is not typical of a heart line.  Sometimes in hands that the little finger isn't unusually low set, there can be found this angled crease under the little finger that is very similar to Johnny's passion line.  Over the years I have transferred my variation of a version of the passion line to the energies of the area under the little finger when found and have come to the conclusion that it adds a similar excitement, intensity only related to things like communication, self expression and how one deals in the world with finances and business.

Without the low set finger, this angled crease (in my opinion) would enhance business and communication skills and relate to enthusiasm and passion.  Here it becomes something that compensates for something else that is lacking.  The typical normal type of communication is replaced/built up/supported in this girl's case by a crease that is related to emotions (heart line variation) and excited pleasure (passion line variation).

Which led me to say:  "In the sense of it being compensatory... I wonder if she overdoes the communication thing sometimes and gets on people's nerves without it being her intention. Like having lots to say and can't contain it or taking time to see if the other person is interested."

Can you see this Kiran?
I agree with You patti completely.
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Re: Variation of Girdle of Venus?

Post  rajashri on Thu Jan 14, 2016 3:08 pm

rajashri wrote:One of the best brainstorming discussions from the earlier topics!   Thumbs up!

Why is such an ideal and spontaneous "qualitative analysis"  missing in the forum at present?....
Thanks a lot...


Nisha,

Do we have some past unfinished Karmic business together???

Why did it take 5 years long to agree with Patti ????????????

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Re: Variation of Girdle of Venus?

Post  rajeevkrsharmaji on Thu Jan 14, 2016 4:17 pm

Great discussion indeed.

From a scientific perspective it looks that the metacarpal bone of the little finger is short due to some developmental problem leading to displacement of overlying heartline along with it.

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Re: Variation of Girdle of Venus?

Post  Sari on Sun Jan 17, 2016 1:59 am

rajashri wrote:One of the best brainstorming discussions from the earlier topics!   Thumbs up!

Why is such an ideal and spontaneous "qualitative analysis"  missing in the forum at present?....
Thanks a lot...

Thanks for the compliment, the content may be missing because it was my post happy move and I rarely have time these days.

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