- Multi-Perspective Palm Reading -
Level 9: MAJOR LINES! (9/9)
An assessment of the palmar lines is initially focussed on the characteristics of the 3 major palmar lines: the life line (= 'radial longitudinal palmar crease'), the heart line (= 'distal palmar transverse crease'), and the head line (= 'proximal palmar transverse crease').
But sometimes the secondary creases + accessory creases can also provide meaningful clues.
Learn more about the various scientific 'classification systems for the major hand lines'. The simian line & the Sydney line became known in medical science as a 'minor physical abnormality' (MPA).
(More specified guidelines will follow later)
Next to the characteristics of the 'major hand lines' one can also pay attention to the other hand lines (including: the primary-, secondary-, tertiary-, accessory palmar creases + the finger creases).
An overview of the hand line markers that are included in 'Multi-Perspective Palm Reading' so far, is presented below.
The list will grow when more themes becomes updated/added.
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