What is Dermatoglyphics?

The secret of your child’s fingerprint?

The word dermatoglyphics comes from two Greek words (derma, skin and glyphe, carve) and refers to the friction ridge formations which appear on the palms of the hands and soles of the feet.  Dermatoglyphics is the scientific study of fingerprints. The term was coined by Dr. Harold Cummins, the father of American fingerprint analysis, even though the process of fingerprint identification had already been used for several hundred years.  All primates have ridged

Personality can be traced early in the mother’s womb, and it is reflected in fingerprints (dermatoglyphics).  Since each person’s fingerprints are unique, we can understand one’s innate potential, personality, and preferences by analyzing dermatoglyphics.  The study of fingerprints has become more common, therefore, some parents began to analyze their child”s (or baby’s) prints; with the intention to identify their potential early, and provide guidance accordingly to help expand their potential.

Dermatoglyphics refers to fingerprints, palm prints & foot patterns

Striae generally refers to stripes in the body. Our fingers and feet have the most stripes (lines).  and the body lines up to hit the place is fingers and feet. Striae formation began at 19 weeks during pregnancy, when the brain and spinal cord began development separately. At this time, number of creases will gradually begin to form in the brain, and creases will be reflected on the fingerprints. The different regions of our brain are reflected by our 10 fingerprints. And dermatoglyphics is DNA reflected in the appearance of our body. It is unique and it will not change.

Dermatoglyphics will not change
The first time when skin stripes were recorded and documented was in 1823 by Czech doctor Pa Jinjie. At that time he had taken note that the palm is covered by a surface layer of wrinkles, which made up specific lines. Each fingerprint is unique; fingerprints on the right hand will not be the same as the ones on the left hand.  While fingerprints will increase in size (from childhood to adulthood),  it will not change, as long as one is not seriously injured. When there is no damage to the dermis,  fingerprints will begin to show again along with healing of the wound.

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Dermatoglyphics Analysis Procedure

Dermatoglyphics Analysis Procedure
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Dermatoglyphics Analysis Procedure includes collecting fingerprints, palm prints and foot prints. The process takes about half an hour; a report will be available in approximately a week.  Consultants will analyze individual behavior and study habits to achieve the most accurate results.

Step 1: Apply ink on the palms and soles of the feet stamp on paper.
Step 2 :  Scan prints into a computer to analyze the patterns on the prints.
Step 3 : Calculate and analyze the number of prints in order to understand genetic sequence.
Step 4: Calculate ATD angle to understand one’s sensitivity and capability  of learning. Normal ATD angle should be between 38-55 degrees.
Step 5: Analyze one’s potential based on data.

 

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Fingerprint and Potentials

Fingerprint and your potentials

Dermatoglyphics was first applied in the pathological studies, later to be extended to study  nymphomania and violent criminals in the FBI. Because finger prints are genetic, we can identify the personality and potential of a person based on his/her 10 finger prints. Fingerprints are usually formed at the 13th to 19th week of an embryo. It is revealed  6 months after birth. Since each person fingerprints is unique, fingerprints are also used for personal identification purposes.  And parents can also understand their children / babies’  innate character and learning potential.

Dermatoglyphics is complex. Each finger represents different abilities; each print has different interpretations. One’s potential can be generally identify based on the shape of fingerprints. For more accurate results, the number of stripes (quantization) and Atd angle (the angle between the a-triradius (under the index finger, the axial triradius (near the wrist), and the d-triradius (under the pinky finger) need to be measured. Each quantization represents one million genes; the more the quantization, the higher the ability. The smaller the Atd angle, the higher the sensitivity for learning.

Although dermatoglyphics may identify a person’s potential, one may not be able to reach his/her full potential without training. If your fingerprints identify that one has potential in art, but lack of training of discipline, one’s potential would possible be hidden.

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Dermatoglyphics Basics

Dermatoglyphics Basics

Dermatoglyphics is the analysis of fingerprints, palm prints and foot prints. Everyone has his/her unique prints, therefore, it can be used in criminal forensic analysis to proof identity.

Western scientists believe that dermatoglyphics  is the DNA genes in the human body that reflected in appearance. Although everyone is different prints, but certain patterns can be found in our prints. Skin begins to develop in the embryo in the 13th week, and it is formed in the 19th week. It is closely related to the infant’s brain development. The distribution of prints is considered to represent brain cells’ proportion and distribution in each of the brain lobes.

In the nineteenth century,  British eugenicist Galton (Sir Francis Galton), had collected many human fingerprints and identify various lines of statistical frequency. He was the first person who proposed that there is a connection between human prints and genetics. In the 1930s,  U.S. scholars began to use prints to identify whether a newborn has down syndrome and other potential mental illnesses. Until now, foreign scholars claim that they understand enough of human prints to judge the potential of human brain.

Currently, human prints can be categorized as one of the  three main types (whorls-shaped,  arch-shaped, and loop-shaped).  It is subdivided into eleven basic types, from which many types of analysis have been derived, some focus on the analysis of left brain and right brain, some believe that the  print on each finger reflects different abilities. (Thumb ︰ action and execution; index ︰ logic and creativity; middle finger: limb motor ability and art appreciation; ring ︰ power of voice recognition; little finger ︰ text image discerning ) As for the foot pattern, it can determine whether one has congenital diseases. It is as equally important as fingerprints.

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Uses of Dermatoglyphics

Uses of Dermatoglyphics

Dermotoglyphics is like a map that leads one to understand his own potential and talents. Everyone inherits innate intelligence from their parents. And everybody genetic parents, and have the innate intelligence from their parents. If one’s intelligence gets no opportunity to be inspired and further developed, there is no way for one to develop a full range of intelligence of memory, understanding, reasoning, analysis, integration, and application. By analyzing dermatoglyphy, we can accurately understand the distribution and amount of cells in the left and right brain of the cell, and predict where the potential lies.  Although everyone is bored with strengths and weaknesses; if they are identified early, we may further develop the strengths and improve our weakness, so that the left and right brain may grow in a more balanced and blend way. Demotoglyphics analysis may help:

1. In terms of personal growth:

  • Strengthen interpersonal communication and interaction skills
  • Know how to appreciate people
  • Improve relations between the sexes
  • Enhance EQ and AQ
  • Discover one’s unique gift(s)
  • Improve career
  • Enhance the sense of the value of life and happiness


2. In terms of education:

  • Multiple intelligence assessment for children
  • Parent-child communication and education
  • Target at talents
  • Personalized education
  • Identified one’s gifted area(s)
  • Select a major that best fit one’s desired career path
  • Define the most appropriate way of teaching and learning

3. For enterprises:

  • Recruitment
  • Assessment of job competency and execution style
  • Plan education and training
  • Explore the potential of employee
  • Leadership
  • Interpersonal communication and interaction
  • Consolidation of human resources

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dermatoglyphics Analysis

Dermatoglyphics Analysis

Dermatoglyphics Analysis is an integration of  brain science, medicine, genetics, psychology and behavioral science.  Through nearly five centuries of observation and study of genetic medicine, amount and distribution of neurons is reflected in a regular patterns on our fingerprints. According to European and American experts, they found that fingerprints show different kinds of  characteristics, even with monozygotic (identical) twins, their fingerprints are different.  At the same time, the same fingerprints will appear again after healing of wound, as long as the injury has not affect the cells. Medical experts,  with observation, recording, comparison, induction and other methods, and clinical experiences, confirmed that fingerprints provide accurate analysis of a person’s multiple intelligences and potential.  Experts who study dermatoglyphics believe that fingerprints (dermatoglyphy) were marks of embryonic nerves, which may reflect one’s genetic potential.  If we understand our own qualities and nurture according,  it will tremendously help in terms of career development, managing emotions, increase concentration, and improve interpersonal skills .

Dermatoglyphics Analysis is based on the formation and the amount of ridges on the fingerprints; dermatoglyphics analysis tells us one’s style of learning and thinking.  Everyone has his/her unique fingerprints;  the brain pattern grow simultaneously with the fingerprints. Each finger represents different abilities, and each pattern has its own definition.  Statistics show that the accuracy rate  of dermatoglyphics analysis can be up to 85%.

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11 basic patterns of fingerprint

11 basic patterns of fingerprint

If there is lack of nurturing to foster development of genetic strengths, these strengths will be hindered. Vice versa, practice may strengthen one’s weaknesses, regardless of how much potential this person has. Therefore, understanding the analysis of a child’s dermatoglyphy may help parents to nurture their children based on their personality, strengths and weaknesses, so to add to his strengths and improve areas of weaknesses.

The following 11 patterns that appear on our fingerprints generally explain one’s personality, each pattern on each different finger may be explained differently with different analysis. After reading this article, you may look at your child’s fingerprints and identify their personality, strengths, and weaknesses. You may do this even with infants!


fingerprint-simple-arch
(1)  Simple Arch Patterns
Form: hill-shaped,curved top, no triangle was formed in with the shape.
Characteristics: hard working, introverted, cautious, works without complaint, likes to follow the steps, down to earth, do not like taking risks.

fingerprint-tented-arch
(2)  Tented Arch Patterns
Form: like a camping tent with a sharp tip top.
Characteristics: with extreme personalities, can be outgoing and welcoming one day and shy the other;  it all depends on how nurture and development during childhood. Not afraid of challenges and obstacles, but may sometimes be impulsive. Creative.

fingerprint-ulnar-loop
(3) Ulnar Loop Patterns
Form: like a waterfall flowing towards the little finger with triangular points.
Characteristics: gentle, observant, passive, loves schedules, likes to go with the flow, little self- motivation.

fingerprint-radial-loop(4) Radial Loop Patterns
Form: The opposite of ulnar loop, the “waterfall” flows toward the thumb.
Characteristics: thinks independently and cleverly, like to question and criticize, self-centered, loves to go against the majority.
fingerprint-concentric-whorl(5) Concentric Whorl Patterns
Form: Lines starting from the center of the small circle, the lines on finger tip appear to be a complete circle and spread out like concentric circles. with two triangular points.
Characteristics:Self-centered, likes competition, likes to set objectives, rigorous, subjective, doesn’t like to be controlled.
fingerprint-spiral-whorl(6) Spiral Whorl Patterns
Form: A spiral pattern starting from the center and move outward, has two triangular points.
Characteristics: Self motivated; Parents should encourage accordingly.

fingerprint-press-whorl(7) Press Whorl Patterns
Form: Similar to the whorl pattern, but the circle turns into a long oval shape, has two triangular points.
Characteristics: Ambitious, likes competition, hates to be defeated, attention to detail, stays on a budget.
fingerprint-imploding-whorl(8) Imploding whorl Patterns
Form: Tai Chi-like patterns in the middle, surrounded by multi-layers of circle.
Characteristics: Has the ability to complete two tasks at the same time, diverse, self-conscious.
fingerprint-composite-whorl(9) Composite Whorl Patterns
Form: Tai Chi-lke pattern without multi-layers or circle surrounding it.
Characteristics: Very adaptable, thinks from different perspectives, makes decision based on what the environment is, good communication and coordination skills, but can be distracted easily.
fingerprint-peacock-eye-whorl(10) Peacock’s Eye Patterns
Form: From the center it looks like a peacock’s eyes and lips; the center consists of more than one circle or spiral, the end of each ring is connected in a straight line. It has two triangular points; one further and the other closer to the center.
Characteristics: Expressive, highly perceptive, with leadership qualities, artistic.
fingerprint-variant(11) Variant Patterns
Form: Often has combination of two or more of whorls, ulnar loops, or simple arches, with two or more triangle points.
Characteristics: Likes to expressive oneself in a unique way, which often becomes offensive and creates misunderstandings.

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1 – Simple Arch Patterns

fingerprint-simple-arch
(1) Simple Arch Patterns
Form: hill-shaped,curved top, no triangle was formed in with the shape.
Characteristics: hard working, introverted, cautious, works without complaint, likes to follow the steps, down to earth, do not like taking risks.

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2- Tented Arch Patterns

fingerprint-tented-arch
(2) Tented Arch Patterns
Form: like a camping tent with a sharp tip top.
Characteristics: with extreme personalities, can be outgoing and welcoming one day and shy the other; it all depends on how nurture and development during childhood. Not afraid of challenges and obstacles, but may sometimes be impulsive. Creative.

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3 – Ulnar Loop Patterns

fingerprint-ulnar-loop
(3) Ulnar Loop Patterns
Form: like a waterfall flowing towards the little finger with triangular points.
Characteristics: gentle, observant, passive, loves schedules, likes to go with the flow, little self- motivation.

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