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Does anybody know whether Peacock's eyes are indicators of any health situations?  TIA!


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I am not aware of any.

I would of counted it as a loop. Perhaps as both a loop and a whorl.
    It is a whorl!! See Lola's notes below.
    I searched the Web, when I should have read the book!!


I did a search, but could not come up with health benefits, but did find this comment:

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Analysts believe that if found on the ring finger, the person may be protected from danger, having lucky escapes. If found on the index finger it has been linked with penetrating perception.



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Added note to indicate I was in error!!
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Many thanks!  Unfortunately, none are on either index finger  

I have many whorls  , so would LOVE for them to be counted as loops . . . or at least to mitigate the effect of whorls somewhat.


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a whorl it is!


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a whorl it is!


Shucks!     I kinda thought so.  Guess I shall have to track down one of the books Dr. D has mentioned about fingerprints, see what they have to say.


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this will help....called the central pocket loop

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The second exotic is a type of whorl pattern called the central pocket loop, and it can confuse the novice since the center of the pattern tends to look more like a loop then a whorl. However, even center pocket loops have two deltas and if you have one of these, just classify it as a whorl and you ll be just fine.


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2 triradii (deltas) = whorl


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"Oh, what a whorl... what a whorl..."

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"Oh, what a whorl... what a whorl..."


                          

I have love longed your polar bear.


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I have one of these.  I'd been calling it a composite.  It's on my right ring finger.  My right thumb is a very obvious whorl.  All other fingers are loops.  If that peacock's eye is considered a whorl, it means I have two.


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It's on my right ring finger.


The web research I did indicated that less than 1 in 20 had a peacock eye. Ring finger was the most common place to have a peacock eye.

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on the Ring finger it suggests a possible artistic or musical talent ... also a possible aptitude for homemaking, craftwork, or gardening



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I had seen the 1 in 20 business.  I have four . . . both ring fingers; both pinkies.  Man, I always knew I was a weirdo . . . I just didn't know HOW weird!


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that rings true for Ribbit!!
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artistic or musical talent ... also a possible aptitude for homemaking, craftwork, or gardening


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You know me, Lola.   That is me exactly, and always has been.


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I have one of these.  I'd been calling it a composite.  It's on my right ring finger.  My right thumb is a very obvious whorl.  All other fingers are loops.  If that peacock's eye is considered a whorl, it means I have two.


I have a composite also on my thumb.  Ribbit do you have any arches? A typical sign of a Warrior.. I have a few fingers with arches. So how's the Teacher diet going?


Ron, I see you're feeling better...
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No arches...well, on all my toes, but I don't know if toe prints are anything but arches.     I have 8 loops in varying directions, then the peacock thingy and a whorl.  The jury's still out about my trial with the Teacher diet.  I've been in a whole lot of pain, with a headache every single day and my legs and back hurting, but I've spent a couple of very intense days in the garden pulling up huge weeds.  I'm worn out.  So I can't really say if the diet is affecting me at all.  I like some of my new cheeses.


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No arches...well, on all my toes, but I don't know if toe prints are anything but arches.     I have 8 loops in varying directions, then the peacock thingy and a whorl.  The jury's still out about my trial with the Teacher diet.  I've been in a whole lot of pain, with a headache every single day and my legs and back hurting, but I've spent a couple of very intense days in the garden pulling up huge weeds.  I'm worn out.  So I can't really say if the diet is affecting me at all.  I like some of my new cheeses.


No arches? Hmmm.

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The arch fingerprint is the hallmark of the Warrior and is often seen on the thumbs and ring fingers.  Warriors have more arch patterns than any of the other GenoTypes, and with exception of the Teacher, more whorls..


Well, give it time, and enjoy the adventure!
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