The Unusual Simian Lines on the Palm
On a small proportion of hands, the heart line, and head line appear to be joined into a single line, forming one long line across the palm, known as Simian lines, or crease.
The association of this line was once thought only to be with chromosomal disorders such as Down syndrome. However, it is mostly a regular feature. In some recent studies, it is believed to show forms of neuroticism, hyperactivity, introversion, and sometimes delinquent behaviour.
While these attributes may relate to some of the people involved in the survey, they have also found that this line on someone with no physical defects or other behavioural problems, signifies a somewhat different, quite intense character; not necessarily a negative attribute as it would seem.
The owner of Simian lines can possess great potential for strong will and focus, many of whom are ambitious. But, the focus won’t last if they are not following their passion. It helps if they have found their niche and had opportunities in their life regarding education and family support.
The Simian lines on both palms
With a Simian line on both hands, they can show the opposite; struggle with their ambition and inability to have the proper focus. However, to hypothesise about this crease, look at other features of the hand, such as hand shape, finger length, thumbs, and lines; including fingerprint and palm patterns.
Typically, the owners of a Simian line are stubborn, unpredictable and easily misunderstood by others. They do however tend to possess an abundance of energy, some finding it difficult to relax, unless on a soft water hand with a weak life line, then the get-up-and-go may run out quickly. Sleeping could effortlessly become the favourite past-time, and naps are necessary.
While these people are intense, at the same time they can be very empathic and quite sensitive in their way. Usually very open-minded, yet cynical; nonetheless mostly what you see is what you get.