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Post  cnriley45 on Thu Jul 10, 2014 6:01 pm

What would waisted middle phalanges represent?

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Post  Lynn on Thu Jul 10, 2014 6:13 pm

hi cnriley,
Are you talking about the feature such as on your son's hand?
I call it 'knotted knuckles' rather than waisted phalanges Smile
His fingers are not smooth, they broaden at the knuckle (which can give appearance that middle phalanges are waisted)
Knotted knuckles kind-of slow down the expression of energy of the finger.

brief interpretation copied from my teaching notes - knotted knuckles (compared to smooth knuckles):
A more analytical mind, think things through, reason things out, cautious, methodical, don't take things at face value, won't be rushed into anything, less impulsive, slower responses but greater attention to detail. Can keep feelings inwards.


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Post  cnriley45 on Thu Jul 10, 2014 6:27 pm

Thank you for the quick response ..Yes I was asking about my sons hands ,thank you for your answer , He has quite a few of the traits you've mentioned

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Post  pravin kumar on Sat Jul 12, 2014 4:18 pm

Knotted fingers do not allow the thought process to be fast. The current flows from the upper side of the finger tip and as the current approaches the knot on the finger the thoughts are analysed processed and only then allowed to go through the palm. Interesting thing would be if the person has short fingers and at the same time they are knotted as both would be reverse to each other in action and thought. Short Fingered person is too impulsive and the knotted fingered person is very analytical so you can expect such a person to take quick analysis and decisions. I would say a person who take calculated decisions very fast.

cnriley45 wrote:What would waisted middle phalanges represent?

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Post  cnriley45 on Sat Jul 12, 2014 5:43 pm

Thank you for your information on knuckles ...I wonder if that combination (short fingers/knotted fingers ) would be found in leaders in military

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Post  pravin kumar on Tue Jul 15, 2014 11:29 am

I cannot speak about leaders in military but in speculation it should be a good indication provided the Fate and Sun Line are not cut anywhere by influence lines. In short fingered person success or failure is huge. If success comes so does a failure and that failure is indicated by cuts on the above two lines specifically regarding money matters. For personal matters more on other lines.

cnriley45 wrote:Thank you for your information on knuckles ...I wonder if that combination (short fingers/knotted fingers ) would be found in leaders in military

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