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Could something such as stuttering be found within the hands?

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Could something such as stuttering be found within the hands?

Post  tap on Thu Jun 07, 2012 10:18 am

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Re: Difference on "Independence" Markers and "Sensitivity" Markers in Hand.

Hi Patti

Wanted to ask you if you think something like stuttering shows up in the hand. I am guessing it would depend on the reason for it.
Should I start a new topic?
My son is the third generation of males to have it and I just thought maybe something might show up in his hands and his father's hands.

Kiran I am glad you find this topic important. Very Happy

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Re: Could something such as stuttering be found within the hands?

Post  Lynn on Thu Jun 07, 2012 11:28 am

I recall a Cheirological Society study that found some correlation between a stammer and arch fingerprint on little (Mercury / Air) finger, also other types of speech difficulty, 'reluctant' or 'suppressed' speech.Though I don't think I've ever read this anywhere else, and I don't see many people with arch on Mercury to be able to confirm it.
tap what prints do your son & his dad have on little fingers? It might be interesting to see their handprints.

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Re: Could something such as stuttering be found within the hands?

Post  tap on Thu Jun 07, 2012 11:36 am

Hi Lynn
You posted while I was posting. They both have ulnar loops, which alone, are very common.


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Re: Could something such as stuttering be found within the hands?

Post  tap on Thu Jun 07, 2012 11:37 am

Hopeless I don't see my previous post.

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Re: Could something such as stuttering be found within the hands?

Post  tap on Thu Jun 07, 2012 11:48 am

I have thought about posting their handprints for others to evaluate, but I just feel like even if you let people know how much the hands can tell, and they say it is fine, and their curiosity wants to see what if said, they are not really understanding the scope or reality/or they may not really believe in it (like my son). The more I learn, the more this becomes a issue for me. This is such a public forum.

I will think about it and ask them. I need to know they understand.

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Re: Could something such as stuttering be found within the hands?

Post  tap on Thu Jun 07, 2012 11:53 am

Anyhow if you can think of anythings to look for let me know.

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Re: Could something such as stuttering be found within the hands?

Post  Lynn on Thu Jun 07, 2012 2:18 pm

ok no worries about posting their prints, you've told us their fingerprints.

other clues to the way people talk can be found in the flow of the headline and mercury line - straight and direct, disjointed, erratic etc. but I'm not sure that a stammer would show. How is the start of their headlines?


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Re: Could something such as stuttering be found within the hands?

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Thu Jun 07, 2012 2:37 pm

Hi Tap,
also, can you tell is there any marking between the family ring and the 2nd phalange's lower interphalangal crease (Not the the one with 1st phalange, but, the one at the bottom). Is there a space between it and the family ring?

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Re: Could something such as stuttering be found within the hands?

Post  tap on Thu Jun 07, 2012 2:57 pm

Hopeless ugh my post is gone. I need to remember to copy to word first.

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Re: Could something such as stuttering be found within the hands?

Post  tap on Thu Jun 07, 2012 3:06 pm

son
left hand connected to life line
right hand seperate from life line

husband
right hand connected (island going down life line where the head line meets)
left hand connected (but with step/ladder type look)

son
left hand has lines cuving down at the beginning into the mars zone
right hand I have 2 images which both have the lines curving down towards the mars zone, but only one of them shows the lines runnning all the way into the mount. Could be camera , but I think it had to do with his state of mind at the different times.

posting this, but still looking to add

Great idea about the thumb Kiran

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Re: Could something such as stuttering be found within the hands?

Post  tap on Thu Jun 07, 2012 3:12 pm

Kiran if your were referring to "editor lines" they both have a version of them on both thumbs that reside closer to the family ring (1/4" up)

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Re: Could something such as stuttering be found within the hands?

Post  tap on Thu Jun 07, 2012 3:27 pm

There are some islands at the beginning of each lifeline, and I am not sure how to connection them with age timing, but they seem like they could be after the stuttering would have stopped.

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Re: Could something such as stuttering be found within the hands?

Post  tap on Thu Jun 07, 2012 3:33 pm

I have got to go for a little while and I will be back with some more details. Gonna be a combination.....anyone know anything about the dermatoglyphics and speech?

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Re: Could something such as stuttering be found within the hands?

Post  Lynn on Thu Jun 07, 2012 4:52 pm

sorry tap I didn't explain myself well, I posted too quickly. I was asking about the form of the headlines at the start ie the way it flows, is it a continuous strong line or striated, little breaks, erratic. I wasn't looking at it chronologically but qualitatively - as in the start of the headline being the start of an idea or the start of a sentence. I guess I'd need to see it to be able to understand what you've described. thanks for trying! Smile

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Re: Could something such as stuttering be found within the hands?

Post  tap on Thu Jun 07, 2012 6:02 pm

Thanks! Yeah, Lynn your right. Even so, it is just 2 handprints, so any correlations might not mean anything really. So, there has not been any type of study of this kind. I guess the answer to my question would be it can be seen in various ways, but not really anything definitive…..to say this represents a person who probably will/has/had stuttering issues even though it is a genetic issue (or at least some are). Anyhow, if there is anyone who knows of handprints where the person stutters/ stuttered and has them on file and are able to share them I would appreciate it. I think I might look at some hands of famous people who stuttered as children. I might be able to learn both hand reading better in a more general way and see if I come across some correlations that might makes sense as to representing stuttering. I will keep your initial areas to look for in mind. Thanks!


sorry tap I didn't explain myself well, I posted too quickly.

I read through your post too quickly, you did say “flow”. lol! I think I have learned about other markings though over the last couple of days.

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Re: Could something such as stuttering be found within the hands?

Post  Patti on Thu Jun 07, 2012 6:25 pm

Lynn wrote:sorry tap I didn't explain myself well, I posted too quickly. I was asking about the form of the headlines at the start ie the way it flows, is it a continuous strong line or striated, little breaks, erratic. I wasn't looking at it chronologically but qualitatively - as in the start of the headline being the start of an idea or the start of a sentence. I guess I'd need to see it to be able to understand what you've described. thanks for trying! Smile

I can relate to the idea that a ladder or striated start to the head line may relate. I hadn't related this area to actually speaking rather than an initiation of thought. There's a lot of food for thought there.

Tap,
For it to be in 3 generations, I'd think there'd be something they have in common in their hands. Such as type of creases or particular dermatoglyphics, shape of little finger. etc.

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Re: Could something such as stuttering be found within the hands?

Post  tap on Mon Jun 11, 2012 3:14 pm

Hi Patti

Appreciate all the great ideas. Definitely they are a lot of “food for thought”. Thanks so much.
Another thought I have been running through my head is handedness. Anyhow, there is some information relating it to stuttering, but what I am finding seems to be very inconsistent at this point. It seems to makes some sense to me, so I thought I would pass that along.

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