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 What are your fingerprint patterns?
I have mostly ulnar loops. (67 votes)
69.79%
I have mostly whorls. (23 votes)
23.96%
I have mostly arches. (6 votes)
6.25%
96 Votes Total Last vote Monday, April 14, 2014, 11:46pm by susanC
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Sharon
Sunday, February 14, 2010, 7:35pm Report to Moderator Report to Moderator

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I've been following my Swami since October and have noticed that I can now see my fingerprints in the sun or with a flashlight.  My ridges are getting higher and white  lines are starting to disappear. What experiences have you all had with your fingerprints?



I have mostly arches.


http://www.4yourtype.com/fingerprint.asp
http://www.dadamo.com/B2blogs/blogs/index.php/2009/11/28/dermatoglyphics-predict-diabetes?blog=14

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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.....
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Sharon
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Hi Paula,
I know what you mean...I wish I knew about Dr. D's work 10 years earlier. It would have made things much simpler but I'm thankful to have this information now.  
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bel
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im still waiting for my whitelines to disappear.. will it ever disappear for Nomads?
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Quoted from bel
im still waiting for my whitelines to disappear.. will it ever disappear for Nomads?


It has to do with your gut healing.

I have mostly ulnar loops, one whorl (right ring) and two arches (index fingers).

Debra



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im still waiting for my whitelines to disappear.. will it ever disappear for Nomads?


No.  

I gave up waiting and went back to eating a little bit of spelt on occasion as the gluten-free grains (especially rice) seem to increase my tendency toward hypoglycemia.


(seven loops and three arches here)



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Three worls, 6 ulner loops, 1 radial loop/composite
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9 ulnar loops and one radial loop in the "classic Explorer" pattern.  
http://www.4yourtype.com/products.asp?dept=36

About 75% of all fingerprints are loops so the poll is gelling nicely with that.  


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I have 9 ulnar loops and one (right hand index finger) arch, which is EXACTLY the same for my two daughters, one an A ( and I suspect a nonnie) and an O.


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No.  

I gave up waiting and went back to eating a little bit of spelt on occasion as the gluten-free grains (especially rice) seem to increase my tendency toward hypoglycemia.


(seven loops and three arches here)



does that mean that our gut will never heal? i have 8 loops, 1 arch and 1 whorl.
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does that mean that our gut will never heal? i have 8 loops, 1 arch and 1 whorl.

I dunno... I was just being goofy...  

I have noticed that my ridge pattern does get more pronounced, meaning less white lines, in the summer months from the warmth as my fingers retain a little bit of fluid when it is hot. My skin really reacts to the cold, the colder it gets, the drier my skin.



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Everyone looking at their fingerprints at bus stops - that'll get people talking  

Talk about a bit of everything.   Looking forward to what SWAMI express makes of me one day.

Two double loops on thumbs (counted as whorls).  Two tented arches.  Two strange prints on Left index and middle finger are combinations, could be called loops or arches.  Four ulna loops.  

So I guess I have more loops - so I've voted for that.  Loopy!


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Loops all pointing to my pinkies...

They do not help typing myself in swami by any means.
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I have 8 (!) whorls.

Cancer keeps an eye on me    

I just read  "Foods to fight Cancer" by canadian researchers Dr D. Gingras and Dr R. Bliveau and I notice that almost all my swami beneficial and diamonds are listed as anti-cancer foods by them. So the bad news is somehow balanced by the knowledge that I can DO something in order to prevent cancer.

Does someone else have also many whorls ?
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So the bad news is somehow balanced by the knowledge that I can DO something in order to prevent cancer.

that s the power of swami!
just do it!


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six Ulnar Loops, four Whorls, and no white lines.




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Quoted from Kristin


No.  

I gave up waiting and went back to eating a little bit of spelt on occasion as the gluten-free grains (especially rice) seem to increase my tendency toward hypoglycemia.


(seven loops and three arches here)



Whit e lines are not just from wheat but also lectin damage.  Deflect probably a good idea.



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8 - ulnar loops
1 - radial loop (right index finger)
1 - whorl (left index finger)

I'm starting to be able to see the prints better! That's nice  


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7 arches (some tented), 3 ulnar loops
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Vicki, So far it looks like we are the only two with mostly arches.


I have 7 arches, 2 ulnar loops on both my pinkies,  and 1 whorl on my right thumb.
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I have two whorls ( ring fingers) one backwards (radial) loop on my right index finger, and the rest are all ulner loops. The finger with the radial loop is not very padded like the others - its kinda weird.


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Vicki
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Sharon, when I first had my fingerprints identified, no one noticed the loops on the outer edge of both pinky fingers.  Having 7 arches seems so much more reasonable than having 9 arches!  

I'd love to learn how to count the ridges needed to see a correlation with diabetes.  My father's side has a strong history of diabetes, so it is definitely a family history risk factor.
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the risk is non existent since you ve changed your diet and lifestyle for so long now

my father was a diabetic, I ve kept those genes so very quiet, for so long now.....
no way will I become one, of that I am sure.


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All whorls.




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