In palmistry, a good hand analyst will look at the quality of the lines to judge certain characteristics and possible evidence of events. Head line markings are an important part of hand analysis considering the line shows how a person thinks. See which line is the head line here
Most head line markings are not a welcome sign, with the exception of rising lines, triangles and squares. Most of the time, the marks serve as a warning, and just being aware of them can help to make the necessary changes and improve the conditions.
HEAD LINE MARKINGS
An island on a line is where the line splits into two and re-joins to form one line again. It shows a weakening of the line, and that the mental powers are affected. It can be a sign of worry, uncertainty, illness, depression, loss of memory or merely a period of fatigue which affects the ability to think clearly.
Someone who suffers from migraines might also have this mark. Look at the quality of the line after the island. Once the line resumes to normal, so should the issues.
CHAINED HEAD LINE
If the line appears to have several islands, like a chain, it shows someone who has a sensitive mentality; they may be undergoing personal, intellectual or mental issues.
It tells of an unstable, and changeable mind, and the memory is weak. The subject can be unmotivated towards career goals, uncertain about their future, suffer learning difficulties, being able to think straight or even tend towards laziness.
It can also suggest an individual who is suffering depression. The chained line can change over time as circumstances shift and begin to even out.
SQUARE MARK ON THE HEAD LINE
A square on the head line is an encouraging mark, as it protects an otherwise weak area of the line, usually representing overcoming mental stress or protection regarding an injury to the head.
A square can be four
lines surrounding an island, bar line, a cross or star. It acts like a deletion
line, whereby an event was narrowly avoided or missed due to a change of
development or action.
TRIANGLE ON THE HEAD LINE
The triangle attached to a line strengthens the part of the line where it appears. It gives a boost for the current time; achievement of a goal, a problem resolved, or even a windfall.
Cross bars are short lines which cut the head line, sometimes only one is seen, other times there are many. They have no beginning or ending. The depth of the line is important. If deep and red, it can point to a current issue such as fever, headache or brain disorder.