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A Tilted Thumb

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A Tilted Thumb

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Thu Apr 12, 2012 3:14 am

Hi,
How do you interpret a tilted(on the vertical axis) thumb.
I don't have an actual picture.
But, here is a sample I have tried to depict:

The finger - in the original picture - is already slightly tilted on vertical axis. I have marked with dark lines, a portion of the upper phalange which tilts away(from the hand), breaking a straight line flow of the finger.

My interpretation is: This person, is unwilling to manifest goal/thots in life. But, unwilling is a generic term. How would that be different from a broken will, indicated by an inward curving thumb?
Or, it also indicates that he doesn't want to execute/manifest things in a straight manner. May be that he wants to get the things done from others-not as a direct authority, but in a subdued way, wants to pass the buck etc.

What are your thots?

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Re: A Tilted Thumb

Post  Sari on Thu Apr 12, 2012 4:43 am

I tend to see this as showing the personality as being more 'outward' and maybe a bit bossy, wanting own way. If curved in towards the hand then it may be opposite, more shy and not likely to be bossy. Either way, I could judge by my own thumb on my right hand, it does the same (bent outward).

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Re: A Tilted Thumb

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Thu Apr 12, 2012 9:16 am

Sari wrote:I tend to see this as showing the personality as being more 'outward' and maybe a bit bossy, wanting own way. If curved in towards the hand then it may be opposite, more shy and not likely to be bossy. Either way, I could judge by my own thumb on my right hand, it does the same (bent outward).
I don't know whether you understood the question correctly or not.
I agree with what you have said,but, based on whether the thumb is near to thumb or making a big angle with the rest of the hand.
But, what I am speaking about is - the first phalange of the thumb being bent eitherways w.r.t. to vertical axis. If you have commented based on this only - then also - I am somehow, not convinced with it. A thumb which is not straight, has something not being straight with its willpower and logic(not necessarily bad, but, something isn't straight and direct w.r.t. will power). It has nothing to do with extraversion/introversion.

Would you mind posting your thumb pic from the top view as is shown in the pic I have posted.

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Re: A Tilted Thumb

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Tue Apr 17, 2012 9:22 am

Hi all,
any inputs on this?

PS: Pls neglect the text and arrow markings in the picture. Just pay attention to the tilted thumb.

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Re: A Tilted Thumb

Post  Patti on Tue Apr 17, 2012 2:59 pm

Kiran.Katawa wrote:Hi all,
any inputs on this?

PS: Pls neglect the text and arrow markings in the picture. Just pay attention to the tilted thumb.

Are both thumbs tilted similarly? On the spine, this is the head and upper neck area, do they carry their head an unusual way... like tilted back... looking down their nose at people... or if they are short... tilted back and looking up a lot.

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Re: A Tilted Thumb

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Wed Apr 18, 2012 2:19 am

Patti wrote:
Kiran.Katawa wrote:Hi all,
any inputs on this?

PS: Pls neglect the text and arrow markings in the picture. Just pay attention to the tilted thumb.

Are both thumbs tilted similarly? On the spine, this is the head and upper neck area, do they carry their head an unusual way... like tilted back... looking down their nose at people... or if they are short... tilted back and looking up a lot.
Hi Patti, the bent is slight as I have noticed. But, they don't carry any such body postures as you have mentioned. ( May be 'coz, the bent is slight).
B.t.w. what about characteristics of having such a thumb?

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Re: A Tilted Thumb

Post  Patti on Wed Apr 18, 2012 3:50 am

Kiran.Katawa wrote:Hi Patti, the bent is slight as I have noticed. But, they don't carry any such body postures as you have mentioned. ( May be 'coz, the bent is slight).
B.t.w. what about characteristics of having such a thumb?

Thank you. When it's bone and joint related I tend to look for matching skeletal similarities. The sideways bend is usually from pressure (like writing often causes the middle finger tip) If not an injury, I would think it relates to something genetic. Maybe ask the person if there is something about the upper neck where the head connects. In the family as well.

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Re: A Tilted Thumb

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Wed Apr 18, 2012 5:50 am

Patti wrote:
Kiran.Katawa wrote:Hi Patti, the bent is slight as I have noticed. But, they don't carry any such body postures as you have mentioned. ( May be 'coz, the bent is slight).
B.t.w. what about characteristics of having such a thumb?

Thank you. When it's bone and joint related I tend to look for matching skeletal similarities. The sideways bend is usually from pressure (like writing often causes the middle finger tip) If not an injury, I would think it relates to something genetic. Maybe ask the person if there is something about the upper neck where the head connects. In the family as well.
Yes, I'll check that Patti.
But, my qtn still remains unanswered - what influence it has on the characterstic/nature of the person?

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Re: A Tilted Thumb

Post  Patti on Wed Apr 18, 2012 5:58 am

Kiran.Katawa wrote:
Patti wrote:
Kiran.Katawa wrote:Hi Patti, the bent is slight as I have noticed. But, they don't carry any such body postures as you have mentioned. ( May be 'coz, the bent is slight).
B.t.w. what about characteristics of having such a thumb?

Thank you. When it's bone and joint related I tend to look for matching skeletal similarities. The sideways bend is usually from pressure (like writing often causes the middle finger tip) If not an injury, I would think it relates to something genetic. Maybe ask the person if there is something about the upper neck where the head connects. In the family as well.
Yes, I'll check that Patti.
But, my qtn still remains unanswered - what influence it has on the characterstic/nature of the person?

I don't know, how do you see it manifesting in the person who has this? If not physical, then thumb related topics. Symbolically it is bent away from the other fingers and outward. What other features would back up those indications? Is it on both thumbs? An extroverted life line? Strong or weak lines? Flexibility? Markings regarding communication skills. Length of ring finger or 2D:4D ratio?

PS: Also, when checking the rest of the hand, look at the heart line in the area under the little finger and side of hand for anything unusual there. Is it even in it's flow with the rest of the heart line?

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Re: A Tilted Thumb

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Wed Apr 18, 2012 6:17 am

I amn't looking for combinational features.

Just a bent, like a bent in Index/Saturn finger.
Like the one you wrote in Rishi's case: "With the tip bent (fingertip relates to the mind) toward the ring finger (performance and self expression among other things - including showmanship) I would wonder if you were tempted to invest in this business because of the prestige that could be involved and overlooked that some aspects of the business were being run in a shady way"

On the similar lines, I want to understand about thumb.

Here is my interpretation: "This person, is unwilling to manifest goal/thots in life. But, unwilling is a generic term. Or, it also indicates that he doesn't want to execute/manifest things in a straight manner. May be that he wants to get the things done from others-not as a direct authority, but in a subdued way, wants to pass the buck etc."

And I am reasoning it like this, 'coz the thumb is bent/tilted. Its not straight in its structure. There is something not straight about the things represented by thumb - the ability to manifest the wishes and desires.

In this way, do you give some meaning to a bent thumb(in itself )?

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