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Hands of Royalty - Prince William of Wales

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Re: Hands of Royalty - Prince William of Wales

Post  jeanette on Sun Apr 17, 2011 7:36 pm

Thanks Manfred.
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Re: Hands of Royalty - Prince William of Wales

Post  Manfred on Sun May 01, 2011 6:36 am

Here we have the charts of the UK and the Transites of the exact time of the vow:




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Re: Hands of Royalty - Prince William of Wales

Post  Martijn (admin) on Sun May 01, 2011 3:47 pm

Manfred wrote:[font=&quot]Dear
Martijn,

about the hands of Prince William I found, that he is an ambidexterity. - I
know about the discussions about this theme if it is basically possible to be
an a. or not....

As we see in the following picture he is using both hands for different things,
for example:

- Left for writing, sometimes painting (I saw pictures were he paints with left
or right).
- Left sometimes (privately, not in the army) for shooting.
- Right for throwing a ball.
- Right for kicking a ball!!
- Right for playing Polo - but this has to be done with the right according to
the rules.
- No preferences for waving.

I think if we look only at the hands originally there is a left
preference. I'm sure if we would examine the whole body (feet, eyes, ears)
we'll come to a different picture. - Using the right foot for rugby
isn't a result of the domestication und any social pressure.

..

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Well spotted manfred Manfred!

Yes, writing and painting with his left hand... indicates a left preference regarding fine-motorics.
But usually that is featured with using the same arm for less refined-motorics, such as: throwing & polo.

So, yes... because Prince William does those activities with his right hand, that is typically indeed related to ambidexterity.


However... one should also be aware that the issue of ambidexterity specifically relates to the ability to do specific complex acitivities with both hands, such as: the ability to write with both hands, paint with both hands, etc.

So, despite your observation is very interesting - the issue of 'ambidexterity' is defined a litte bit more specified than how you used it.

Does this makes sense for you?

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Re: Hands of Royalty - Prince William of Wales

Post  Manfred on Sun May 01, 2011 5:04 pm

Dear Martijn,

I agree with you in every point.
In fact I'm very careful in classifying ambidexterity though I know about the differences between fine motoric and more forceful actions, because we don't really know if he was or is instructed to bring it too much on the public light.

I read that it is a strict rule, playing Polo with the right hand. May be it's the same or similar with holding and shooting the military gun as we see on military fotos of him. As a hunter (privately) he used the gun on the left side.

It would be a longer discussion about it. - May be as you know I examined and accompanied a very lot of left handed children. The social background (absence of the - weak - father in any kind - is always a very interesting case of study.
The birth chart gives me always more information about the family themes, shadow or "daemon".

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Re: Hands of Royalty - Prince William of Wales

Post  Martijn (admin) on Sun May 01, 2011 5:56 pm

Manfred wrote:...

I read that it is a strict rule, playing Polo with the right hand. May be it's the same or similar with holding and shooting the military gun as we see on military fotos of him. As a hunter (privately) he used the gun on the left side.

Aha, yes... if Polo is always played with the right hand then we should exclude that observation from the list. But throwing a ball is for sure a point. Not sure about shouting, because that could include as well a choice.

By the way, I am left-handed myself. And I play football with my right foot, and regarding holding a gun... I only did that during my childhood with toys, but I whould hold it just like William.

But I would definitely not describe myself as 'ambidextrous', because I am very aware that it requires certain skills that I don't have - such as the example of a 'talent' to write smoothly with the other hand.


I guess we are not in the position to judge if Willam is 'abidextrous' or not, and therefore we better simply describe him as left-handed.

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Re: Hands of Royalty - Prince William of Wales

Post  Manfred on Sun May 01, 2011 6:03 pm

Martijn: I agree with you. I always pretended that you are left handed.
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Re: Hands of Royalty - Prince William of Wales

Post  nasir zuhrani on Sun Sep 04, 2011 2:03 pm

I think broken life line is idicator he may suferbouts of unhapiness in future

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A very quick look at the hand of Prince of Wales

Post  TruthSeeker on Mon Dec 17, 2012 4:56 am

Frankly, I'm surprised! In spite of being born with the proverbial "silver spoon in mouth", this indicates that he is no slouch!

Look at the picture (prince wearing a beret talking to a little blonde girl). Look at the tip of this thumb. This is a VERY, VERY important factor which 99.9% of amateur palmists ignore. The tip of the thumb provides the greatest clue to a person's work ethic, steadfastness and all things related to hard work. It is SPATULATE! WOW!

Indeed his "handlers" have done an excellent job of grooming the future King of UK!

Fingertips are also spatulate and the main lines deep (once again, the BEST) indicator of STAMINA.

If someone could provide a better image (this is not a put down; so my apologies upfront), I could analyze the hand in much more detail.

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