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Regarding Placement of Apex on Mounts

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Regarding Placement of Apex on Mounts

Post  Kiran.Katawa on Wed Feb 13, 2013 3:20 pm

Hi,

reg. apex on the mounts - when displaced from center:
1. do you consider it as being affected by other mount's energy?
2. read it w.r.t. placement within the 4 quadrants - water/air/fire/earth(lower left, upper left, upper right, lower right)

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Re: Regarding Placement of Apex on Mounts

Post  Martijn (admin) on Wed Feb 13, 2013 3:39 pm


Hi Kiran,

I think it is important to be aware it is perfectly normal when a triradius is not positioned in the center of the palmar zone below a finger (especially regarding the zone below the pink, but a likewise tendency is seen in the other triradii below the finger... usually they are all shifted towards the centeral vertrical axis of the palm, which is usually found on the radial side of the triradius below the middle finger).

And the same is true reading the axial triradius on the hypothenar, which is usually not found on the central zone of the hypothenar (only in a small percentage of people it is found in the hypothenar).

So, I think any interpretation regarding the 'energies' involved should be seen in the perspective of the normal position (which is not a central position).

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PS. I assume that your use of the word 'mount' directly refers to the palmar zone involved.

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Post  Kiran.Katawa on Wed Feb 13, 2013 3:48 pm

Cool. thank you Martijn. This is also one of the thing which I wanted to know.
(I mean - is it normal positioning itself).


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Re: Regarding Placement of Apex on Mounts

Post  Patti on Wed Feb 13, 2013 4:44 pm

Kiran.Katawa wrote:Cool. thank you Martijn. This is also one of the thing which I wanted to know.
(I mean - is it normal positioning itself).




As you can observe in this illustration from Cummins & Midlo's "Finger Prints Palms & Soles", the digital triradii are located most commonly facing inward. Ring and little finger's triradii face to the radial side of the joint and the middle and index finger's triradii are more commonly located in an ulnar direction of the joint.

In formation the triradius is not the high point on a mount, it is the low point or valley between mounts or volar pads.

The triradii that relate to the ring and to the middle finger, can be shown in a sort of evolving or unevolving formation of moving centrally between the two fingers. This is most common when you see a triradius on each side of a loop that has formed between the middle and ring fingers. An extreme and not commonly seen case of this is that one triradius serves both fingers and is located in the space between the two fingers.

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Re: Regarding Placement of Apex on Mounts

Post  Martijn (admin) on Fri Feb 15, 2013 11:02 am


Interesting materials Patti, great post! Thumb up

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