August 02, 2007

Hand, Hand, Finger, Thumb

VW posted on her son’s reverse birthmark, as she calls it. A lack of pigmentation as Mrs. Who added in her comments. (Her dermatologist’s remark made me laugh. It just made me think of some sort of baking indicator.)

Anyway, many people chimed in and said, “I have one of those!” and this made me think about Mr. T.

Those lines in the middle of your hand. Take a look at your palm. My left palm has three separate lines. My right palm has three as well, but two of them meet between my index finger and thumb.

Mr. T has ONE. It runs right in the middle of his hand and looks like someone folded his hand in half.

folded hand.jpg

Does anyone else have this? I was told 5% of the population has a palm like this… but we’ve not met another person.

Posted by Boudicca at August 2, 2007 09:01 PM | TrackBack

If I remember correctly from the palm reading lesson I got 25 years ago...

If that is Mr. T's dominant hand, he will live a long time. The lack of smaller lines on the bottom left of his palm means he is wildly creative.

If that NOT is Mr. T's dominant hand, it means he was destined to live long and be creative, however, life events may have altered those things.
Compare it to his dominant hand.

Dominant hand is what you are.
The other is what you "should" have been.

Of course, I could be completely wrong on all counts.

Posted by: Roses at August 2, 2007 10:32 PM

cool... not me... I'll check my kids later

Posted by: vw bug at August 3, 2007 06:28 AM

"People with Simian Lines generally live their life differently than most other people who do not have Simian Lines. Not necessarily living better nor worse. Just living more intensely with an undercurrent of uneasiness. It is interesting that a number of well known people with a Simian Line have made a positive contribution to history. They include British Prime Minister Tony Blair (both hands), former Russian President Nikita Kruchev, writers John Steinbeck and Henry Miller, to name some well documented cases."

Posted by: mimE at August 3, 2007 11:16 AM

Roses- It is his dominant hand. How fun is that?!

VW- I'm surprised we've never whipped this out at breakfast and shown you. It's something we marvel at... as odd as it sounds, that it looks like someone folded his hand in half.

Mom- Those are all people who thought out of the box, I would think. Interesting...

Posted by: Bou at August 3, 2007 03:47 PM