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 What are your fingerprint patterns?
I have mostly ulnar loops. (68 votes)
70.10%
I have mostly whorls. (23 votes)
23.71%
I have mostly arches. (6 votes)
6.19%
97 Votes Total Last vote Friday, April 18, 2014, 2:31pm by LisaS
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Agathe
Thursday, February 18, 2010, 10:42am Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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All whorls.

  

I thought it impossible to have more whorls than me : 8.
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SandrAruba
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Quoted from Agathe

  

I thought it impossible to have more whorls than me : 8.


Sorry...  

Must say, I was quite amazed myself. But I pretested, and then tested and even used the back side of the paper one more time.

Is this a bad thing?





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Agathe
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Is this a bad thing?

A predisposition to cancer, as I remember from GTD book.

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SandrAruba
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A predisposition to cancer, as I remember from GTD book.



Have had skin cancer 3 times and thyroid cancer, so the book is correct in that area.





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Agathe
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Waouh. It seems so, indeed. So it confirms the bad news for me.
I very much advise you to read "Foods to fight Cancer" by canadian researchers Dr D. Gingras and Dr R. Béliveau then, if you haven't read it yet. It provides a lot of informations very clearly explained. As I said above, I noticed that my beneficial and diamonds in my swami lists of vegetable and fruit are all anti-cancer foods. Since reading this book, I got yet another motivation for eating them.
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SandrAruba
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You know, after I had my surgery and my thyroid removed I read the BTD book from the doctor and for the first time there was an explanation of all the things that were wrong with me. Everything made sense to me and it is the reason I started the BTD. BTD is also divided in T1 and T2 foods and special anti cancer foods and I stick to that as much as possible.

I'll see if I can get the book you mentioned.

What the GTD does for me I won't find out until later, since I have to get the Swami, but I can't until next month.




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glad you read that, to convince you


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Kumar
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Sorry made a mistake. Instead of selecting mostly loops (I have all loops), I selected mostly whorls. I do not know how to correct it



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Agathe
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SandrAruba, by "T1 and T2 foods" I assume your refer to the two levels of the diet described in "Live Right for your Type", right ? Personnally, I've not closely studied this part of BTD because I had hardly begun BTD when I heard about GTD. I found it fascinating and opted for it. One month later, I heard about swami and purchased it a short time later. So I've sort of skipped the stage of getting to know the A diet in depth. It might be good for me to go back to the book and see what is said about cancer in particularl.

To Lola : Absolutely. It's like I really needed a confirmation, coming from another scientific source. It freed me from a doubt that was creeping into me.
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Lola
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confirmation is also an individual matter......epigenetic if you want to put it in a certain way!!


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Quoted from Agathe
SandrAruba, by "T1 and T2 foods" I assume your refer to the two levels of the diet described in "Live Right for your Type", right ? Personnally, I've not closely studied this part of BTD because I had hardly begun BTD when I heard about GTD. I found it fascinating and opted for it. One month later, I heard about swami and purchased it a short time later. So I've sort of skipped the stage of getting to know the A diet in depth. It might be good for me to go back to the book and see what is said about cancer in particularl.


Yes, I do. I started BTD when GTD was not there yet, so I really studied that in depth.




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Paula 0+
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Kumar,
You can email the support on the swami site, I think there is a place to click on support.  Then tell them what happened.  I think they will respond and can change your info for you.

Paula
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Hard to tell on some b/c of the white lines and sanded down print, but from what I can make out, it's very similar to Meghan.
4 whorls: (2 on my ring fingers) and the other two
are tough (a thumb and pinky) but could be loops I guess?
One radial loop on my index finger and the rest ulnar loops.


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Heidi
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I have 4 regular arches: thumbs and index fingers.
And 6 ulnar loops: middle, ring and pinkie fingers.



Rh-, ISFP, Super Taster, Non-Secretor 52% SWAMI-XP'd Explorer.

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Agathe and SandrAruba - just like you having confirmation with whorls and cancer correlation (now you know you'll eat the right foods and live right and your risk will be much less thank goodness).  

Same with me and my arches - totally fits with slow bowels and IBS problems that I have.  I'm really glad to have found the GTD and I feel like I know alot more about myself and others now.

Heidi - I never realised how similar our fingerprints are, I have arches (tented though, two loopy ones too) on the same fingers, and ulna loops on the same fingers. except I have whorls on my thumbs.  We've both had preeclampsia too.  Amazing!


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headaches lately not thinking straight!
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Symbi,
I have 7 arches (two of them are tented) and I also had slow bowels until I learned about Dr. D's work and the BTD/GTD. The patterns with disease susceptibility and fingerprints are truly amazing.
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Wow!  7 arches and some tented, you're unique Sharon.  

Glad to hear the slow bowels have gotten better!  You must be doing well on your SWAMI diet!
I found the fingerprint part of GTD the most informative, interesting and fun.  There are character traits associated too a bit like astrology.


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Isn't it nice to find out that there is a explanation for the things you ail and then to find out you can actually do something about it without having to take all kinds of medicine??




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I have 7 loops, 3 arches.

Does having more loops mean anything?
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3 whorls and 7 ulnar loops. All of the whorls are oval shaped. Whorls are on both index fingers and the ring finger on the left hand. A good many white lines.


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loops.....
http://www.google.com/custom?q.....itesearch=dadamo.com

pick and choose from the above threads......for significance on loops and other


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newtypeA
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Thanks Lola! Never heard of "accidental" arches or loops before...had some trouble reading my fingerprints at first.

My mom passed out once while pregnant with me, and her diet was terrible, so I would expect to see that reflected in my fingerprints to some extent, right?
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Lola
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there are also composites, which are a mix of two or three different prints in one!!


''Just follow the book, don't look for magic fixes to get you off the hook. Do the work.'' Dr.D.'98
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Oh joy!   
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Hi !
I've got 5 loops and 5 archs, I can't choose any answer!  
What can I do?
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