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VII - The Hand of Hitler

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Re: VII - The Hand of Hitler

Post  Manfred on Thu Sep 09, 2010 6:12 am

...You are wellcome.
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Re: VII - The Hand of Hitler

Post  sv-b on Sun Oct 24, 2010 1:24 pm

Hello patti, Smile

WOW..! I wonder where did you get such an invaluable hand prints of hitler! Great thread , Great pictures,and Great learnings.

Hitler lost both his parents before his 16 years of age indicated by the cross on parent's line on his palm(lower end of life line). cross on his begining period of his life indicates stressful life of hitler with his brutal and drunkard father. end star on fate line in the saturn mount is the sure sign of terrible death. ( hitler died around the age of 67) . besides, wheel sign are seen in his hand, specially on mercury mount indicates the political life. and i expect some thing on his upper mars as well. Thanks to all. and i dont believe that these are fake prints as claimed by manfred.

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Hitler...

Post  cshahar on Sun Oct 24, 2010 2:00 pm

I believe the crosses in the palm were penciled in by a third party...

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Re: VII - The Hand of Hitler

Post  sv-b on Sun Oct 24, 2010 2:19 pm

Hello cshakar, Smile

The palmist who published this print in his book may be marked the cross for the clear identification. But, need not be the case of manipulation. I have seen the same kind of hand drawn picture of hitler's palm in v.a.k ayer's book in which the author has pointed out the star mark on saturn mount of hitler's hand.

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Re: VII - The Hand of Hitler

Post  Martijn (admin) on Tue Mar 22, 2011 7:45 pm


Hand gestures by 'der Führer', circa 1936:

"German Fuhrer and Nazi leader Adolf Hitler (1889 - 1945) gesticulates from a podium during a speech, Germany."





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Re: VII - The Hand of Hitler

Post  jophiel on Wed Dec 28, 2011 3:32 pm

I do agree with the remark of anu_d "Also the print DOES NOT appear to be the same hand as the photo....the sun finger is MUCH longer in the picture...even if we make allowances for the angle of the photo and the slight incline of the fingers.".

As a student of palmistry I would like to know whether the prints of Hitler are authentic. I know that a lot of efforts have been put to get the prints and photos. I would deeply appreciate if I a enlightened on this issue.

Thanks!

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Adolf Hitler

Post  ajaved on Thu Jan 19, 2012 4:50 pm

His hand prints shows that his rise from humble begining and tragic end

1:-luck line very strong stating with cross and end at with star,indicate rise from humble begining.
2:-heart line and sun line having trident.fortunate sign.
3:-star at saturn+life line end with cross and island formation at very straight head line indicate tragic end evenhe was evil genious.
4:-sign of flag at luck line at saturn mount,victory in battle filed and indication of army general.

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Left Hand or right hand

Post  Stephen Millane on Sun Feb 10, 2013 1:54 am

I am just curious to know...did Adolph Hitler write with his right hand or left, or both?

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Re: VII - The Hand of Hitler

Post  Manfred on Sun Feb 10, 2013 5:32 am

Stephen Millane wrote:I am just curious to know...did Adolph Hitler write with his right hand or left, or both?

A.H. was a right hander.


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Article about Josef Ranald & Hitler's hand

Post  Lynn on Mon Apr 07, 2014 7:23 pm

Interview with Josef Ranald, in Milwaukee Herald, March 28th 1943, about his experience reading Hitler's hand. He predicted that Hitler would die around 54th year. This newspaper was printed about 3 weeks before Hitler's 54th birthday. According to history he died age 56.

go to page 22.

http://news.google.com/newspapers?nid=wZJMF1LD7PcC&dat=19430328&printsec=frontpage&hl=en

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Re: VII - The Hand of Hitler

Post  nonas_insights on Wed Aug 20, 2014 12:00 am

On the photo of Hitler his abnormally long Apollo finger indicates to me that he was a risk-taker and possibly gay or bi-sexual. Attracted to both, but not consummating with women. One of his life-lines extending so far into the palm indicates to me a vision of being a person who considers himself global - not particularly domesticated - looking for wide horizons - hence the invasion of so many countries during his regime.
On the hand that it is claimed to be his left hand I notice an island on the head line at age 45-55. Psychosis, mental illness. Anyone 
Two distinct crosses on his life line of the left hand indicate signifcant deaths or major trauma - the latter one probably indicating his own death.  Anyone 

For someone who was so hypnotic over the masses I was surprised to see such a weak, short thumb.

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Re: VII - The Hand of Hitler

Post  Martijn (admin) on Wed Aug 20, 2014 12:37 am

nonas_insights wrote:On the photo of Hitler his abnormally long Apollo finger indicates to me that he was a risk-taker and possibly gay or bi-sexual. Attracted to both, but not consummating with women. One of his life-lines extending so far into the palm indicates to me a vision of being a person who considers himself global - not particularly domesticated - looking for wide horizons - hence the invasion of so many countries during his regime.
On the hand that it is claimed to be his left hand I notice an island on the head line at age 45-55. Psychosis, mental illness. Anyone 
Two distinct crosses on his life line of the left hand indicate signifcant deaths or major trauma - the latter one probably indicating his own death.  Anyone 

For someone who was so hypnotic over the masses I was surprised to see such a weak, short thumb.

Hi Noona,

I think you have likely misjudged some photos featuring Hitler's thumb, because there are plenty photos which suggest that Hitler's thumbs were actually very strong (and not 'short' at all), see pictures below:













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Re: VII - The Hand of Hitler

Post  nonas_insights on Sat Aug 23, 2014 8:05 am

I see what you mean Martijn. Yes, he does have a long thumb after all. It looks like in one hand he has a very dominant personality and yet in the other that really long Apollo finger which is not a leadership sign.

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Re: VII - The Hand of Hitler

Post  Martijn (admin) on Mon Mar 09, 2015 11:57 am


Ditology fingerprint art, including Hitler + many other celebrities!



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Re: VII - The Hand of Hitler

Post  Martijn (admin) on Sun Nov 13, 2016 11:12 pm


These appear photos suitable to study the proportions of Adolf Hitler's right hand:





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Re: VII - The Hand of Hitler

Post  Martijn (admin) on Tue Nov 22, 2016 7:33 pm



A proportion study for the hands of Adolf Hitler (based on 3 frontal photos + his handprint):

slightly broad hand [PB/HL: 0,476 = mesocheir/brachycheir], featured with:

(ad1) extraordinary short palm [PB/PL=0,864]
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(ad2) slightly long finger length [FL/HL: 0,450 = very long, FL/PL: 0,816 = very long, FL/PB: 0,945 = very short]


PS. A full perspective for the study of
hand proportions is presented inside the article:

Hand Shape Assessment 2.0

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