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The hands of 10 US presidents!

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The hands of 10 US presidents!

Post  Martijn (admin) on Fri Jul 30, 2010 4:07 pm

HOW TO RECOGNIZE THE HAND OF
A US PRESIDENT?


The 10 photos below present a snapshot of the right hand of the last ten US presidents - starting with Barack Obama, ending with John F. Kenndy. Do you recognize similarities between these hands?
 
Barack Obama & George W. Bush:



Bill Clinton & George H.W. Bush:



Ronald Reagan & Jimmy Carter:



Gerald Ford & Richard Nixon:



Lyndon Johnson & John F. Kennedy:



The office of the 'US president' is known as the most powerful job in the world - currently in the hands of Barack Obama. What are the common hand characteristics in the hands of the last 10 US presidents?

Last year I did some research on the similarities between those hands, and the results are listed below.

By the way, many more details (+ other photos) are presented in the article at my website:
http://www.handresearch.com/news/time-presidential-palm-readings-kennedy-obama.htm


THE 10 MOST COMMON HAND CHARACTERISTICS IN THE HANDS OF THE LAST 10 US PRESIDENTS ARE:

• 90% - Both hands: low '2D:4D ratio';
• 90% - Both hands: long ring finger;
• 80% - Both hands: normal (middle) finger length;
• 70% - Both hands: long pinky (
little finger);
• 70% - Both hands: normal index finger length;
• 60% - Dominant hand: strong, long sun line;
• 50% - Both hands: second phalange of thumb is 'waisted';

Some 'rare' but remarkable features:


• 40% - Right hand: fate line connected to life line (Clinton, G.H.W. Bush, both hands: Carter, Ford);
• 40% - Dominant hand:
Sydney line (Nixon; both hands: G.H.W. Bush, Carter, Ford);
• 20% - Dominant hand: double head line (Clinton, who was lefthanded - left hand; Kennedy, who was righthanded - right hand)

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Martijn van Mensvoort
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Presents: Multi-Perspective Palm Reading + the Global Palm Reading Network
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Hand shape variations in 14 US presidents!

Post  Martijn (admin) on Fri Jan 27, 2017 11:53 pm



New article:

Hand shape variations in 14 US presidents!

After an earlier 2008-report about the hands of 10 US presidents, a brand new assessment is presented here involving the hand shape of 14 US presidents - going back from Donald Trump to Franklin Roosevelt, covering the past 8 decades in US politics!



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