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Post  missfreeze on Wed Nov 07, 2012 10:27 am

Hello,

I hope somebody can help me with these palmprints.
It looks like a double loop on the moon mount in the first picture.
And at the mount of venus is a kind of loup as well.

In the second print are the same paterns.
But there is a single loop on the moon mounth.

My teacher told me it has something to do with the loop of nature.
But i searched here, on this forum, but couldn't find anything.

Hope someone can tell me more about these prints.

Kind regards,

Astrid




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Re: Help needed with palmprints

Post  kiwihands on Wed Nov 07, 2012 9:55 pm

Interesting prints! Do you know this person personally? I'd say first picture: memory/ sensitivity loop above loop of nature, second picture only the memory/ sensitivity loop.
On mount of Venus I'm not sure, a version of the loop of courage maybe, but it looks more like a comb. Have a look here:
http://www.edcampbell.com/PalmD-History.htm
for a brilliant in depth analysis of palmar dermos.
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Re: Help needed with palmprints

Post  missfreeze on Thu Nov 08, 2012 8:42 pm

kiwihands wrote:Interesting prints! Do you know this person personally? I'd say first picture: memory/ sensitivity loop above loop of nature, second picture only the memory/ sensitivity loop.
On mount of Venus I'm not sure, a version of the loop of courage maybe, but it looks more like a comb. Have a look here:
http://www.edcampbell.com/PalmD-History.htm
for a brilliant in depth analysis of palmar dermos.
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Hi Kiwihands,

Thanks for your respons.
I just checked very quickly the link you send.
But my English reading is a bit slow. So I will take my time for that.

But this person is new in our family. He's 20 years young.
And I know him a little.
I know he had a tough life. And many people would make a mess of their life in his situation.
But he does not.
So I thought that the 'sort of loop of courage' maybe had something to do with that.
Because he doesn't get affected. Maybe psychological courage??

And he loves to work with his hands and outdoors.
So that will properly have something to do with the loop of nature.

The loop of memory is not clear to me. I will have to ask him if that makes any sense.

Thank you for your help. Hope you understand my English writing.

Kind regards,

Astrid

P.S. I love palmprints. Do you have any suggestions were I can find more information about the meanings of palmprints?





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Re: Help needed with palmprints

Post  kiwihands on Sat Nov 10, 2012 10:30 pm

My pleasure Astrid.

Thanks for giving some detail about this person.

I know he had a tough life. And many people would make a mess of their life in his situation.
But he does not.
So I thought that the 'sort of loop of courage' maybe had something to do with that.
Because he doesn't get affected. Maybe psychological courage??

Yes, that probably did have something to do with that. Also, I'd expect him to have nice long, strong, reasonably stiff thumbs if he has managed to come up through all the adversity he had to face without "making a mess of it." Is this correct?

And he loves to work with his hands and outdoors.
So that will properly have something to do with the loop of nature.
Yes.

The loop of memory is not clear to me. I will have to ask him if that makes any sense.
Yes, please do. As far as I understand it, people with this loop have exceptional memory for situations that were somehow emotionally charged. For example being able to recall 20 years later the exact image of what their partner looked like when they first met, including surroundings, clothes, etc.

P.S. I love palmprints. Do you have any suggestions were I can find more information about the meanings of palmprints?
I think the link I sent you is a great place to start since Ed summarises and compares so many different approaches. This will give you a good idea of the general theories out there and then you can look deeper into any of the authors he mentions, who resonate with you.

Have fun studying!
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Re: Help needed with palmprints

Post  missfreeze on Sat Nov 10, 2012 11:01 pm

Thanks Kiwihands!

You are very a great help.
I will check his thumbs when I see him again.
I believe they were stiff and long but I will check it and for the loop of memory as well.

I still have to read the link you send me.
I am recovering from being sick. But I have Ed Campbells latest book.
But that one is more about fingerprints.
Palmprints are hard to find. But your right, first I am going to read your link.

Thanks for all your help!

Kind regards

Astrid

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