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.