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Dianne
Saturday, February 18, 2012, 10:45pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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This week with all of the fingerprint patterns threads cropping up, I decided to thoroughly look over my SWAMI print out. The section - STRENGTH TESTING, SECOND PASS - the last entry is written as - "Ridge patterns asymmetrical to blood group/Characteristic of Explorer".

By ridge pattern is it meant the white lines?
The reason that I ask is that my fingerprints are indeed symmetrical. I guess I had a good time in the womb as I came in with a twin.

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This week with all of the fingerprint patterns threads cropping up, I decided to thoroughly look over my SWAMI print out. The section - STRENGTH TESTING, SECOND PASS - the last entry is written as - "Ridge patterns asymmetrical to blood group/Characteristic of Explorer".

By ridge pattern is it meant the white lines?


White lines are ignored here.

Ridge pattern is: ulnar loop, radial loop, whorl, arch, composite

Asymetric means the corresponding finger on one hand as a different patern othe other hand.

For instance,  if the little finger (D5) is an arch on the right hand the left hand little finger is something other than an arch these fingers are asymetric.

Symetric mean if the little finger (D5) is an arch on the right hand the left hand little finger is also an arch.


For symetric/asymetric compare D1 pattern to D1, D2 to D2, D3 to D3, D4 to D4, D5 to D5.


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Dianne
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C_Sharp - So by that it is meant my fingerprints. Well, they are indeed symmetrical. Both thumbs match, pinkies match and are the same pattern for all four & D2, D3 & D4 are the same pattern.

So it is interesting that SWAMI printout says that they are asymmetrical when they are not. Would that not affect the outcome of my report?
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Just noticed your first post says "Ridge patterns asymmetrical to blood group"
Not that the ridge patterns are asymmetrical to each other.


Perhaps SWAMI is expecting certain patterns on d1,d2,d3,d4,d5 when person is type O and you have a different than is expected for type Os.


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Diane:

I Just played with an O.

I get "Ridge patterns asymmetrical to blood group/Characteristic of Explorer".

With

Left Thumb (L1) Fingerprint Pattern:     Ulnar loop
Left Index (L2) Fingerprint Pattern:     Whorl
Left Middle (L3) Fingerprint Pattern:     Ulnar loop
Left Ring (L4) Fingerprint Pattern:     Whorl
Left Pinkie (L5) Fingerprint Pattern:   Ulnar loop

(Right the same as left)

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I get rid of the message with:


Left Thumb (L1) Fingerprint Pattern:     Ulnar loop
Left Index (L2) Fingerprint Pattern:     Ulnar loop
Left Middle (L3) Fingerprint Pattern:     Ulnar loop
Left Ring (L4) Fingerprint Pattern:     Ulnar loop
Left Pinkie (L5) Fingerprint Pattern:   Ulnar loop

(right the same as left)


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C_Sharp - I did the same. I changed the ones on my left hand and I got the original message re: asymmetry.


Strength Testing, Second Pass

Ethnicity strength points /Characteristic of Explorer.
History suggestive of GenoType (fatigue) /Characteristic of Explorer.
History suggestive of GenoType (mennorhagia) /Characteristic of Explorer.
Lab report suggestive of GenoType (anemia) /Characteristic of Explorer.
Lactose intolerance /Characteristic of Explorer.
MBI EI(I) Attitude suggestive of GenoType /Characteristic of Explorer.
MBI SN(N) Function suggestive of GenoType /Characteristic of Explorer.
MBI TF(F) Function suggestive of GenoType /Characteristic of Explorer.
Parameter suggestive of GenoType (Moderate Risk WHR) /Characteristic of Explorer.
Parameter suggestive of GenoType (wrist circumference) /Characteristic of Explorer.
Ridge patterns asymmetrical to blood group /Characteristic of Explorer.

As you can see, the information is garnered from the what I have typed in. Well, my ridge pattern is not asymmetrical - SWAMI did not upload this piece of information correctly.
The other info is correct. I would think that this would change my report and food choices.

Do you think that I should call Bob? And if so, what's his number? thanks
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I believe that SWAMI is doing what it says.

It looks at your fingerprint patterns compared to what a type O person is supposed to have.

SWAMI sees that your patterns do not match what a type O person usually has.

Thus you are not symmetric with the standard for an O.

It is not comparing symmetry hand to hand. It is comparing with the standard for blood type O.



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Dianne
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C_Sharp - Understood now, thanks for your patience and time to explain in more detail. Much appreciated!  
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Dianne
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C_Sharp -  We re-did my fingerprints today, 70% improvement with the white lines, still very low ridges and my husband says they were as hard to read today as last April.

But...they are not symmetrical as we originally thought. My left hand is the same, but my RD3, 4 & 5 although the same patterns have switched.

SWAMI changed a few foods, not much.

Perhaps next year the low ridges will have improved! Thanks for your help.  

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