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Regarding Johnny Fincham's Comments On Short Mercury Finger

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Regarding Johnny Fincham's Comments On Short Mercury Finger

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Wed Jun 06, 2012 8:26 am

Hi,
For short Mercury finger, Johnny Fincham says - "There is usually hostility to wordiness, sarcasm and irony"
Can anybody tell me the reasons behind this conclusion?
The other things he says are meaningful and can be reasoned out.

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Re: Regarding Johnny Fincham's Comments On Short Mercury Finger

Post  Lynn on Wed Jun 06, 2012 10:13 am

I think there Johnny is illustrating examples of how 'signals will be missed and communication can be somewhat basic'.
Short mercury prefer communication to be simple, direct, straightforward. Understanding irony and sarcasm involves 'reading into' the words rather than taking them at face value.

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Re: Regarding Johnny Fincham's Comments On Short Mercury Finger

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Wed Jun 06, 2012 12:05 pm

Lynn wrote:I think there Johnny is illustrating examples of how 'signals will be missed and communication can be somewhat basic'.
Short mercury prefer communication to be simple, direct, straightforward. Understanding irony and sarcasm involves 'reading into' the words rather than taking them at face value.

Hi Lynn,

Its bit confusing here:
You're saying: "Understanding irony and sarcasm involves 'reading into' the words rather than taking them at face value. "

So, it is not simple, direct and straightforward which is preferred by short Mercury then.
This again contradicts with what Johnny says!

Pls clarify!

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Re: Regarding Johnny Fincham's Comments On Short Mercury Finger

Post  zaobhand on Wed Jun 06, 2012 12:14 pm

Hi Kiran,

It needs to be read in the negative sense. Short Mercury fingers do not understand irony and sarcasm since it involves 'reading into' the words. Rather they take words at face value

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Re: Regarding Johnny Fincham's Comments On Short Mercury Finger

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Wed Jun 06, 2012 12:42 pm

Hi Boaz,

Oh!! Now, its clear.
There is usually hostility to - wordiness, sarcasm and irony

Thank you Boaz and Lynn:flower:



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Re: Regarding Johnny Fincham's Comments On Short Mercury Finger

Post  zaobhand on Wed Jun 06, 2012 12:45 pm

You are welcome, Kiran. hand dance

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Re: Regarding Johnny Fincham's Comments On Short Mercury Finger

Post  Lynn on Wed Jun 06, 2012 5:16 pm

thanks for clarifying what I was trying to say Boaz :-)

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Re: Regarding Johnny Fincham's Comments On Short Mercury Finger

Post  zaobhand on Wed Jun 06, 2012 5:38 pm

Happy to solve things. Lynn Smile

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Re: Regarding Johnny Fincham's Comments On Short Mercury Finger

Post  chakraborty on Tue Jul 31, 2012 9:40 am

Having a comparatively small (& definitely low set) little finger, I would like to disagree.

I do hate wordiness. People who uses too many words somehow gives me two feelings
1) Person is "Playing to gallery"
2) Unable to express him/herself in a clear manner - beating around the bush.

But when the talk is laced with witty comments / irony - then it is different. I guess that I am good in 'reading between the lines' or understanding the ironies etc. Probably much better than most of my peers with longer little fingers.



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Re: Regarding Johnny Fincham's Comments On Short Mercury Finger

Post  GM(Ghulam MURTAZA) on Tue Jul 31, 2012 12:03 pm

chakraborty wrote:Having a comparatively small (& definitely low set) little finger, I would like to disagree.

I do hate wordiness. People who uses too many words somehow gives me two feelings
1) Person is "Playing to gallery"
2) Unable to express him/herself in a clear manner - beating around the bush.

But when the talk is laced with witty comments / irony - then it is different. I guess that I am good in 'reading between the lines' or understanding the ironies etc. Probably much better than most of my peers with longer little fingers.



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The statements we found in books are normally in general, made keeping all other factors constant. They give us clues to customized reading. Actually, in palmistry one sign can never be depended , unless substantiated by other signs. At times a sign is off set or at least mitigated by other indications. If the little finger is small but thick or the mount itself is healthy or bulging out ,it might mitigate the negativities of smaller finger. Risk, attributed with long 4D ,is mitigated by joint brain and life lines ,closed set of fingers ,long fingers or long brain line.
Another thing to note , if the little finger is really short or low set( as it reduces the area of Mercury). Both the scenarios carry difference to me.


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Re: Regarding Johnny Fincham's Comments On Short Mercury Finger

Post  GM(Ghulam MURTAZA) on Tue Jul 31, 2012 12:30 pm

Lynn wrote:I think there Johnny is illustrating examples of how 'signals will be missed and communication can be somewhat basic'.
Short mercury prefer communication to be simple, direct, straightforward. Understanding irony and sarcasm involves 'reading into' the words rather than taking them at face value.


Lynn

I think the same is the character of fire hand people regardless the size of the little finger. If the SD is also a part of the hands, it may give synergical effect to the tendency in question.

Personality is an aggregation of genes, environment and situation ,hence the interpretations are based upon first factor. Whenever I found some exception to any general rule ,I found the factor no 2 and 3 have worked out.

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Re: Regarding Johnny Fincham's Comments On Short Mercury Finger

Post  chakraborty on Wed Aug 01, 2012 3:15 am

Dear Murtaza & others,

I know that these (short little finger - no understanding of irony / unable to read sarcasm ) are general clues for palmists. Final outcome may depend on other factors too

The point I wanted to make is - understanding verbosity/sarcasm/irony needs intelligence of different kind. And many a people (in my limited observation) excel in that field despite having a small little finger.

But yes, most of them like to deliver with minimum words. Even when they are making jokes - generally with a one-liner comment. People with long pinkie generally like to talk & elaborate and have their way with words. But some of them may lose sight of the central point when they are listening to a long-worded speech / reading a long essay.

In this regard, I would like to see the palm of Physicist Richard Feynman. He could get to the gist of problem very quickly. He could explain anything lucidly with minimum words. One of his famous remark was (paraphrasing here) - " If you cannot explain the concept to your grandmother, then you may not have understood the concept in the first place". But he was also good lecturer/writer as well.

Probably the verbal intelligence concept may depend on head line too.

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Re: Regarding Johnny Fincham's Comments On Short Mercury Finger

Post  kiwihands on Thu Aug 02, 2012 11:17 pm

Looks like Feynman had rather well-developed Mercury fingers ... have a look here:
http://www.kurzweilai.net/there-s-plenty-of-room-at-the-bottom
and here:
http://milesmathis.com/feyn2.html
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Re: Regarding Johnny Fincham's Comments On Short Mercury Finger

Post  chakraborty on Fri Aug 03, 2012 3:15 am

Dear Kiwihand,

Thanks for the links.

In the Caltech lecture, the pinkie appears to be quite long. However, in the second link, the pinkie appears to normal / slightly long.

We know that he was a good orator with a good sense of humor.

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