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The End-To-End Simian Lines Across Both My Palms — As In Palmistry.

by Anura Guruge


Click to ENLARGE. This morning’s Facebook post that got me going.


My palms with their end-to-end Simian Lines.

Click to ENLARGE.


About 10% of the worldwide population have ONE Simian line — with the incidence among Asians higher than with other races.

Having an end-to-end Simian lines, going across both palms, is much rarer — about 3% of the worldwide population. Yes, it is supposed to indicate possible latent health issues. Total bunkum. I will get to that in a second.

I grew up in Ceylon (Sri Lanka) where palm reading is a way of life. I got many comments about my hands — the most memorable from an uncle who was a prominent doctor. “Hhhhmmm. We will have to keep an eye on you. I have only seen hands like this once … and that was with …“. It was a notorious ‘criminal’!

BUT, in the end, astrology notwithstanding, my hands show I am LESS evolved than others! Yep, I am more primitive.

Yes, it is the primeval palm crease from our way distant ancestors and it is common among the other primates. So, I know the truth.


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by Anura Guruge

Sri Lanka Calendar 2015 Android APP With Auspicious Times For Sinhala New Year (Avurudu).

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by Anura Guruge


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Click to access this FREE Android APP at Google PLAY.


I didn’t download it because a lot of it is in Sinhalese (which I, alas, can’t read anymore) and, everything said, I don’t really have a need for a Sri Lankan calendar.

Despite, what should have been bitter lessons learnt about the fallacy and idiocracy of mumbo-jumbo astrology from the last elections and the last ICC World Cup, millions of Sri Lankans, superstitiously, believe in all the auspicious time palava. Growing up I was all caught up in that too. Now I know better. Well it gives a lot of comfort to a lot of people. Shame, but it is true. Well this APP should help them.

Happy New Year, auspicious times or no auspicious times.