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cozzete
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I was reading about teachers and it said they had a lot of whorls indicating high future breast cancer risk, esp. if six or more whorls. Well,  I'm an O and every finger on each hand is a whorl..why doesn't this mean, or does it, that I would have an increased risk of breast cancer?


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Aren't A's (vs. O's) more susceptible to breast cancer?
Maybe that's why...


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Are you an OA, or an OO, or OB?

It refers to A's,I think if Dr. D thought he should include O's he would have.


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Quoted from Andrea AWsec
Are you an OA, or an OO, or OB?



Actually an OA is an A, and an OB is a B, only an OO is an O



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Yes, I know but I was asking for her history. Understanding where we come from helps us to know where we are going.


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I don't have that book. I'll go look for it at library. My Father was an A. His sister died in her late fifties from recurring breast cancer, I have to assume that she was an A as she and my father were very much alike. They wanted to give me a breast exam at my last doctor visit and i said no way, hose. I'm not radiating my breasts. I told the doctor..."I'm not going to get breast cancer".  I think of my breasts as good friends of mine. But all those whorls. It put a question in my head.



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You're safe, cozzete!  Whorls are the most common fingerprint pattern for O's.  In fact, I guessed a girl's blood type (to her amazement) last night, just by screening her personality and looking at her fingerprints.  She was astonished by my "mystical" powers...lol.  The problem is when A's, who usually have loops, turn out to have whorls... it shows a genetic "malfunction" and susceptibility to cancer.  Somebody will chime in if this isn't correct


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thank you eric for reprogramming my subconscious.


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I'm an O with at least 7 ulnar loops. What does that mean? I know 8 or more is bad news!


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Fascinating thread.

I am left hand dominant and the only whirls I have are on my right index and ring fingers. I have an arch on my left index finger and I believe different patterns on index fingers is a strength tester for Explorers- don't quote me though I don't have my book handy.

I used to study palmistry a bit and was always interested in the fact that not only are my fingers real different, but the llines on my palms are too. Right hand has a single line across it, Left has two lines across as is most common amongst the general populace.

Have wondered since discovering the genotype stuff if my palm markings weren't also significant of the asymmetry of Explorers.

Also the ulnar loop on my right pinky is so little as to almost be an arch (a palmist would call it an arch)...
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As a warrior, I have many arches.  I think this means a higher risk of Alzheimer's. Is that right?  Is there other risks for Warriors and arches?
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You're safe, cozzete!  Whorls are the most common fingerprint pattern for O's.  In fact, I guessed a girl's blood type (to her amazement) last night, just by screening her personality and looking at her fingerprints.  She was astonished by my "mystical" powers...lol.  The problem is when A's, who usually have loops, turn out to have whorls... it shows a genetic "malfunction" and susceptibility to cancer.  Somebody will chime in if this isn't correct


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I told the doctor..."I'm not going to get breast cancer".

That's what I thought about a heart problem:  I'll never have one.  That said, getting an EKG to check out one's heart is a very safe procedure, versus your good point that a mammogram does radiate your breasts.  But, if I were you, I'd get a mammogram to establish a baseline and then get them every two years, ideally, OR get sonography or thermography done instead to screen your breasts (although insurance probably won't pay for it, which is a HUGE consideration, I'll grant you).  Just my two cents.  I do respect your healthy concern about mammography, though, and in fact I share it.  It took me my entire life to find a primary care doc I like, which I just recently did succeed in doing.  So, since I was always "between doctors", I only would get a mammogram sporadically, but now that I have a good primary care doctor (hallelu), I agree with her that I should have one every two years (my mom is a breast cancer survivor).  Hopefully, two years from now, they will have a safer screening method, such as sonography or thermography, as the standard of care.


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I'm another 0+ who has whorls on all ten digits.  SWAMI has me at Explorer.  So welcome, whorl sister....you're just a classic 0.


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I don't think whorls are the most common in O's, loops are.

Here is an article with all the data.. Table 4 shows loops and O's.

http://medind.nic.in/jal/t04/i1/jalt04i1p6.pdf


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Using SWAMI I recently had an O Hunter switch from 5 Whorls to 6 Whorls.
(Right ring was blurred, I counted it as an arch. Remote client later indicated right ring was whorl - this creates a match with left ring).

Moving to six whorls changed the diet a lot, I thought this would be due to increased cancer risk.  

The SWAMI notes indicate the opposite is the case.

5 whorls:

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RECEPTOR TYPE. The Receptor worldview tends to regard most environmental influences as potentially useful and will often align and adjust to these influences rather than oppose them. Receptor types typically experience less inflammation and auto-immune problems, but may develop more immune succeptibilites and malignancies.


6 whorls:

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REACTOR TYPE. The Reactor worldview regards most environmental influences as potentially harmful. Reactor types typically tend to experience more inflammation and auto-immune problems, but often will be quite resistant to infections and may have a lower overall rate of malignancy.


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Swami switches worldview based on dermatoglyphic patterns?

So atypical patterns for a Genotype could correlate with an atypical worldview for that type?

Fingerprints are direct records of epigenetic tweaking for survival.  A change of worldview always seems to produce a sub-Genotype with an internally contradictory organizing principle.  Perhaps I am misunderstanding the worldview concept?


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actually theres no connection between whorls and cancer. Infact if u check this link it suggests that greater than 6 whorls is a protection against breast cancer . out of the 200 ppl on whom breast cancer survey was done only 4 ppl had whorls greater than 6.

http://www.krepublishers.com/0.....Natekar-P-E-Text.pdf
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