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The Sydney line & simian crease are like 'fraternal twins'!

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The Sydney line & simian crease are like 'fraternal twins'!

Post  Martijn (admin) on Sat Jun 25, 2011 1:50 am



Many people are fimiliar with the concept of a simian crease, but there is a likewise fascinating line that has a likewise significance: the Sydney line. In modern medical science both the simian crease & the Sydney line became known as a ‘minor physical anomaly’, and both hand line variants have a higher prevalence in quite a few diseases & syndrome.

There is are fundamental similarities among the Sydney line and simian crease – which e.g. manifest as a likewise role in the perspective of quite a few syndromes & diseases, but they manifest in a different shape!

And in quite a few discussions at this forum, one can notice that many people experience serious problems to discriminate both lines from eachother.

Therefore, in a way, both lines together can be describe them as ’fraternal twin lines’: to many people they look quite the same! But they can not be described like ‘identical twin lines’, because while they have a common nature… their manifestion shape is definitely not identical at all.

(The fundament difference between the Sydney line and simian crease is symbolically illustrated by the following formulas)


NOTICE: A ‘common hand’ is featured with a life line [I], a head line [II], and a heart line [III]; hand line variations can e.g. be summarized as follows [IIx = extended head line; II+III = simian crease]:

• COMMON HAND = I + II + III
• SYDNEY LINE = I + IIx + III
• SIMIAN LINE = I + [II-III]



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http://palmreadingperspectives.wordpress.com/2011/06/25/the-sydney-line-the-simian-crease-are-like-fraternal-twins/


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Re: The Sydney line & simian crease are like 'fraternal twins'!

Post  Sari on Fri Sep 02, 2011 9:11 am

This is very interesting,
I remember about five years ago coming across a woman who has been single all her life, at the time she was 30, she had a heart line which ran right across her palm, but head and life line were separate. The head line wasn't connected to the heart line at all.
I can't remember what I explained to her about it, but it was the first and only time I had seen this long heart line.
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Re: The Sydney line & simian crease are like 'fraternal twins'!

Post  Martijn (admin) on Fri Sep 02, 2011 10:45 am


Hi Sari,

Yes, the transversal heart line (= extended heart line) is much more rare than the Sydney line (= extended headline) and simian line. We could describe the extended heart line as follows:

• TRANSVERSAL HEART LINE = I + II + IIIx


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Post  Sari on Fri Sep 02, 2011 12:06 pm

Thanks,
I realized it was rare, because I had never seen it before in real life, and I haven't read much about it either..I wish I had a camera that day,.. What's your interpretation on this?
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