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40 Common hand characteristics: how many of these do you have?

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40 Common hand characteristics: how many of these do you have?

Post  Martijn (admin) on Sun May 22, 2011 3:27 am



In order to serve as a 'point of reference' for the new phantom pictures that I will present in the near future, I have created a topographic chart featured with the most common hand characteristics - in terms of the 3 of the 7 hand perspectives (= dermatoglyphics, major lines & the hand shape).

The picture presents e.g. 20 elements for each hand:

- 5 specific fingerprints on each finger (only the 4 basic types whorl, ulnar loop, radial loop and arch are discriminated) => 1 point for each of the displayed fingerprints that you have;
- the 5 'normal' palmar deltas are present => 1 point for each of the displayed deltas that you have;
- 5 specific dermatoglyphic paths starting from the 5 deltas => 1 point of each of the 5 displayed ridge lines that you have;
- only 1 palmar loop (= L4 in the left hand, L3 in the right hand) => 1 point if you have the displayed palmar loop;
- 3 typical hand line characteristics (= the 3 major hand lines which end 'unconnected') => 1 point for each displayed normal line that you have;
- The beginning of the life line & head line are connected => 1 point if you have the connection.


These are 40 characteristics for both hands together! (= 20 for the right hand + 20 for the left hand)

And though each individual characteristic is quite common, I do think that nobody in the world has all these 40 characteristics (because especially this specific combination of 10 fingerprints is extremely rare; for, the combination seen on the left hand: one arch between 2 whorls... is very rare on itself!).


Maybe it is a fun journey to discover... how many of these 40 characteristics do you have?

(Myself, I only have 20 of these 40 characteristics... but most people have many more of these characteristics)


And additionally, in the accessory text, some anthropometric hand data related to the avarage hand shape & finger length is presented (based on Europeans).

More details are presented here:
http://www.multiperspectivepalmreading.com/palm-reading-common-hand-characteristics.htm


Anyone ... Let me know your thoughts!!

For example, is this chart usefull for you to study your own dermatoglyphics?

Anyway... I hope you will enjoy studying the details!


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Re: 40 Common hand characteristics: how many of these do you have?

Post  Martijn (admin) on Sun May 29, 2011 12:04 pm

... Next to the 40 dermatoglyphic & major hand lines characteristics, the picture in the first post also presents data which can be described as 'hand anthropometry'.

In the following BLOG-post I have described a few historical observations + some additional info:
http://palmreadingperspectives.wordpress.com/2011/05/29/hand-anthropometry-from-leonardo-da-vinci-to-nasa-us-army/



The anthropometric hand data in the picture below was presented by the US Department of Defense Human Factors Engineering Technical Advisory Group.


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