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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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Lola
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i have 7 arches and three worls on my right hand only. the midle, indext and thumb. those three fingers have a tendancy to fall asleep if i right or type to long.


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Quoted from battle dwarf
i have 7 arches and three worls on my right hand only. the midle, indext and thumb. those three fingers have a tendancy to fall asleep if i right or type to long.


Wow that's interesting!  


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I can only clearly figure out 2 finger prints on hand, and possibly a third on one.
I have lots of white lines, and have been on a gluten free diet for past 6 years.  At age 55 perhaps the white lines are here to stay.  How do I answer finger prints on SWAMI?


Gluten/Casein and Yeast sensitivity.
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How do I answer finger prints on SWAMI?

you simply check pull down menus giving you the different options, which are only the ones in your book actually
arches, loops and whorls......composites


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As my finger prints on 5 fingers are not readable are you suggesting I use composite?


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Quoted from Lin
I can only clearly figure out 2 finger prints on hand, and possibly a third on one.
I have lots of white lines, and have been on a gluten free diet for past 6 years.  At age 55 perhaps the white lines are here to stay.  How do I answer finger prints on SWAMI?


Maybe you should call NAP (?) and ask. Is there a phone number in the Swami package?


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I would like to know what NAP says if you call.  I just ordered SWAMI last night.  I have been wondering about the fingerprint question and how I can answer it.  I cannot see my fingerprints because of white lines.  
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some have tried their local police station.....


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Hi Sharon,
I still try to see my fingerprints mostly with a small reading magnifying glass.  I can't get decent prints
by the regular method.  It's been that way for some time now.  We'll see as I continue on the plan.  Wish I knew about all of this earlier in life.....


I took my fingerprints the recommended way, scanned the results and magnified them on my computer screen.  Even doing that they are hard to read due to the number of white lines.  The jury is still out but I definitely get I am gluten intolerant.


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I just looked at my print patterns on my toes with a flashlight. I have 9 arches and 1 whorl. It's sort of similar to my fingerprint patterns. Does anyone else have toe print patterns similar to their fingerprints?
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This is fascinating. I have been asking about toeprints for some time. I have 7 ulnar loops & 3 long whorls like Captain Janeway, but different fingers(middle & ring). My toes are: big toes-radial loops; middle 3-ulnar loops; & little toes-what appear to be arches. I suspect that maybe toes would have more arches as they are small.... ?
I still want Dr. D (or someone) to do some study of the prevalence of prints on the toes & the comparison of each person's fingers & toes. I would think they would be similar, but could be way different. I'm sure they do indicate some pattern of disease & health.
I am amazed at how many arches there are in this survey since they are supposed to be so rare!

About my white lines - they were the same when I first started the GT for some time. Then they seemed fewer. Recently, they seem like they came back.    


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Quoted from Lola
some have tried their local police station.....


Do they have a missing fingerprint division? lol


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I must admit that I found it really difficult (like others have reported) working out what my fingerprint patterns are.  I kind of went with my best guesstimate for SWAMI.  If I uploaded them into a picture file, would people be willing to take a look and tell me what they think?  It might (although I doubt fully) influence my SWAMI results.  Just curious...........  

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Excellent links.
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Thanks Lola, have to run now but will take a look later today!

Andy  


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So using the links that Lola hooked me up with, this is how I reckon I come out:

Left Thumb (D1): Ulnar Loop
Left Index (D2): Ulnar Loop
Left Middle (D3): Arch
Left Ring (D4): Ulnar Loop
Left Pinkie (D5): Ulnar Loop

Right Thumb (D1): Ulnar Loop
Right Index (D2): Ulnar Loop
Right Middle (D3): Ulnar Loop
Right Ring (D4): Ulnar Loop
Right Pinkie (D5): Ulnar Loop

Having put this info into Swami, I'm even more Hunter now than before apparently - 59%.

Thanks for the help!

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I did call for advice on "unreadable finger prints" and was told to use composite.
Interesting comments on toe prints, never thought to look at those.


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I have three I can't read, one I think is a radial loop, 1 arch, 6 ulnar loops.


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Did I ever mention that looking in the bright sunlight makes prints easier to read?  That's how I read my toeprints, too.

Lola, that info about Malcolm X is fascinating.  I just finished reading his autobiography last year for the 2nd time. The first time was about 1970. That man must have lived 2 lifetimes in his half-sized life(almost 40 years). What he could offer society would have been something. But often in someone's death, we get interested in what might have been.  Our bodies do give amzing clues to so much!
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Did I ever mention that looking in the bright sunlight makes prints easier to read?  That's how I read my toe prints, too.


That just makes me squint my eyes and leaves wrinkles!  lol


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Try more viamin A for the eyes.
With a better diet, your skin will improve, too!


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