August 5 Birthday Horoscope August 5 Zodiac Sign - Leo As a Leo born on August 5th, your personality is dominated by your humorous and optimistic nature. While others choose to stay on the sidelines, you gravitate to the spotlight. August 5th Horoscope Summation. The Sun's influence astrologically is thought to help predict the probable basic personalities of all Leo's. The actual day you were born on, the fifth of August is ruled over by the celestial body Mercury's influential power.
August 5 Zodiac Sign - Leo
As a Leo born on August 5th, your personality is dominated by your humorous and optimistic nature. While others choose to stay on the sidelines, you gravitate to the spotlight. You love to make people laugh and always try to impress your peers with quick wit and clever observations. While this attribute is enough to gain you many friends, people also appreciate your positive outlook. Your close friends and family never seem to get over your ability to make the best out of a bad situation.
August 5 Birthday Element - Fire
Fire is your sign’s paired element and you actually are the only zodiac sign with a fundamental connection to fire. The influence of fire is obvious within you, as you passionately take on all aspects of life. Your flame doesn’t falter in the face of advertised, quite the opposite, you seem to become even more determined when confronted with challenges. These positive qualities of fire can become one of your greatest assets, but be careful to avoid the impatience and impulsiveness that often arise from an uncontrolled flame.
August 5 Ruling Planet - Sun
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The planetary ruler of the Leo is the Sun, but because you were born in the second Decan, or part, of the sign, you are also given the planetary influence of Jupiter. The Sun’s power is seen in your rugged individualism and creativity and Jupiter’s influence is witnessed in your strong optimism and idealistic nature. These two planets help drive the unique appreciation you have for life. More so than other Leo’s, you strive to gain as much knowledge as you can and never fail to see the lessons in new people or environments. Likewise, you are also the most optimistic of the Leo Decans. Make sure to not lose your positive outlook, as good things will come to you because of it.
August 5 Leo Personality
Cancer horoscope tomorrow love. Leos born on August 5 are intelligent and witty, with a flair for good conversation. On rare occasions they can be sarcastic, but they are generally good-natured and unwilling to use their wit to sting others. However, they can be dogmatic about their ideas and will argue a point for hours to change someone else’s opinion to jibe with their own.
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|Single transverse palmar crease|
|Other names||Simian crease, simian line|
|Single transverse palmar crease on an infant's hand|
In humans, a single transverse palmar crease is a single crease that extends across the palm of the hand, formed by the fusion of the two palmar creases (known in palmistry as the 'heart line' and the 'head line'). It is often found in Down Syndrome, but is not necessarily an indication that a person with single transverse palmar crease has the condition. It is only found in 1.5% of the world population in at least one hand.
Because it resembles the usual condition of non-human simians, it is also known as a simian crease or simian line, although these terms have widely fallen out of favor due to their pejorative connotation.
Males are twice as likely as females to have this characteristic, and it tends to run in families. In its non-symptomatic form, it is more common among Asians and Native Americans than among other populations, and in some families there is a tendency to inherit the condition unilaterally; that is, on one hand only.
The presence of a single transverse palmar crease can be, but is not always, a symptom associated with abnormal medical conditions, such as fetal alcohol syndrome, or with genetic chromosomal abnormalities, including Down syndrome (chromosome 21), cri du chat syndrome (chromosome 5), Klinefelter syndrome, Wolf-Hirschhorn Syndrome, Noonan syndrome (chromosome 12), Patau syndrome (chromosome 13), IDIC 15/Dup15q (chromosome 15), Edward's syndrome (chromosome 18), and Aarskog-Scott syndrome (X-linked recessive), or autosomal recessive disorder, such as Leukocyte adhesion deficiency-2 (LAD2). A unilateral single palmar crease was also reported in a case of chromosome 9 mutation causing Nevoid basal cell carcinoma syndrome and Robinow syndrome. It is also sometimes found on the hand of the affected side of patients with Poland syndrome, and craniosynostosis.
Single transverse palmar crease in an adult
More common palmar creases in adults
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