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CybrtoothTigress
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My dad and I did the GTD measurements on me on the 4th of July.  We came up with Teacher (same as Dad) for me. A couple of months later I almost had a melt down and realized I had to be on the wrong diet.  Next day I paid my dues and joined the GTD website and went about remeasuring myself.  Imagine my surprise when it said "Congratulations you are a Warrior!"

One day the email from the GTD said something about Warrior fingerprints were arches and I was fairly sure I didn't have that type.  I ordered the typing kit and never could figure out how to do the fingerprints.

I tried many ways to get my fingerprints and was not successful.  I tried mixing olive oil with paprika and even tried water colors.  I finally ordered and just received inkless fingerprint kit and finally did my prints.  I was fairly sure I had ulnar loops and I do - if I'm reading them right - 10 ulnar loops...



Am I reading them right?

What does this mean? - I'm surely not Nomad - but after mistyping myself once I'm sensitive to mistakes.  By the way I'm STILL not losing weight.  I've been on a plateau for almost 4 years.  I did get my energy back within a few days so I feel fairly sure I'm doing it right.


It is what it is so I'm dealing with it.

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Tigress, the resolution of your photograph is too low to determine what kind of fingerprints are shown!

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no reason - was looking for something to check to receive email upon reply.

There's no option on the forum for that--you just have to keep coming back and checking the forums to see if your threads have new posts.
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Andrea AWsec
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Post all your measurements please..


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CybrtoothTigress
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[quote=1211]Tigress, the resolution of your photograph is too low to determine what kind of fingerprints are shown!

Mouse over and click - I have the full sized version linked.

Thanks for the info on the forum.


It is what it is so I'm dealing with it.
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Hey, that's pretty cool!


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Post all your measurements please..


ok....

Torso and Lower Leg are longer (torso=35.5" Legs 30.5" Upper Leg=13 Lower Leg = 16")

RD2 = 2 7/8" RD4 = 2 7/8 LD2 = 3 LD4 2 7/8

Basic Calc = 2, 4, 5, 6

Strength Test:

1 - PROP Supertaster
2 - Gonial Angle 135
3 - Fingerprints - I have 8 or more loop-type fingerprint patterns (in my opinion)
4 - Genic upper leg space
5 - My thumb and middle finger touch - barely
6 - Endomorph (0.935)
7 - Dolichocephalic (73.47)
8 - unable to determine

Blood type A+ secretor


It is what it is so I'm dealing with it.

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Quoted from CybrtoothTigress
Mouse over and click - I have the full sized version linked.

I clicked on it, but didn't realize I could magnify it.

The one in the upper left has some weird bent loop, but they all look like loops!
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CybrtoothTigress
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Thanks Drive55 - so does this make me a loopy warrior?

I diligently went through the strength test and ran into a road block.  I need more information to correctly determine whether or not I'm Mesoendomorphic or Endomorphic.

Also the health questions regarding diabetes, stroke etc are confusing me.  

It's a dead tie between gatherer and warrior based on strength testing alone.  


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you cannot be a gatherer being an A, so no worries there!


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Quoted from CybrtoothTigress


ok....

Torso and Lower Leg are longer (torso=35.5" Legs 30.5" Upper Leg=13 Lower Leg = 16")

RD2 = 2 7/8" RD4 = 2 7/8 LD2 = 3 LD4 2 7/8

Basic Calc = 2, 4, 5, 6

Strength Test:

1 - PROP Supertaster
2 - Gonial Angle 135
3 - Fingerprints - I have 8 or more loop-type fingerprint patterns (in my opinion)
4 - Genic upper leg space
5 - My thumb and middle finger touch - barely
6 - Endomorph (0.935)
7 - Dolichocephalic (73.47)
8 - unable to determine

Blood type A+ secretor


You look very much like a Warrior.

My read of the prints is one whorl and at least two loops. The rest are hard to read, there is at least one and possibly several that looks archish. The prints are hard to read because they don't show the entire print, making it harder to spot deltas.

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Tigress - arn't fingerprints interesting.  Where did you get the inkless print kit?
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CybrtoothTigress
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Thanks Lloyd, I'll try taking them again - those were about the 3rd try.  I'll post when I get them updated.

purlgirl - I'm not sure I am allowed to post link to where I ordered the inkless fingerprint supplies.  I will send link in a private message if you like.  It cost about $20 for a inkless pad and 500 labels.



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Quoted from CybrtoothTigress
Thanks Lloyd, I'll try taking them again - those were about the 3rd try.  I'll post when I get them updated.

purlgirl - I'm not sure I am allowed to post link to where I ordered the inkless fingerprint supplies.  I will send link in a private message if you like.  It cost about $20 for a inkless pad and 500 labels.



One of the things to do is to "roll" the finger so that there is a complete print. It looks like you just pressed down, hard to say.

Go ahead and post the source. Others may want to use it.

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CybrtoothTigress
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Source for inkless fingerprinting supplies

Thanks Lloyd.  I'll get to work on rolling my prints.  The lables didn't look like there was much room to do that but I'll give it a whorl whoops I mean whirl.


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I think these may be better - I still see all loops













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You got cool prints!  I think there was a whorl in there(2 deltas). The first one was extremely interesting.
Mine look boring in comparison......
But the main way to determine GT is the measurements(torso, legs, leg segments)& then the BT components(type, RH factor, & sometimes secretor status). The other stuff can confirm or give a general indication, but the measurements/BT are the key.
Enjoy your warriorness while I keep gathering.  


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...I think there was a whorl in there(2 deltas). The first one was extremely interesting...


Which one?



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one thing is clear,....
you got great ridge height!!!


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Quoted from CybrtoothTigress
Thanks Lloyd, I'll try taking them again - those were about the 3rd try.  I'll post when I get them updated.

purlgirl - I'm not sure I am allowed to post link to where I ordered the inkless fingerprint supplies.  I will send link in a private message if you like.  It cost about $20 for a inkless pad and 500 labels.



As I have said before, and apologies to people reading this twice, I acccidently found that liquid makeup on my finger tips made reading the prints quite easy without even having to print them out on paper. Guys, I'll lend you my make up if you don't have a sympathetic pharmacy handy.Or raid your sweetheart/wife/sister/girlfriend's makeup bag.cheers, Jenny




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R1= Whorl (double loop?)
R2,3,5 = Loop
L1,2,3,4,5 look like loops, can't see the delta on a couple.
R4 = ? (whorl?)

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Thanks Lloyd.

So what's it mean - an archless Warrior?

Thanks Lola for the ridges comment.


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Archless Warrior?  That would be me--I have flat feet.

Or maybe it means we're better at tomahawk throwing than archery.


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