Basic Patterns of Finger Print
Human prints can be categorized as one of the three main types:
1 Arch Shaped
2 Loop Shaped
3 Worl Shaped
It is then subdivided into further basic types
Form: hill-shaped, curved top, no triangle was formed in with the shape.
Characteristics: hard working, introverted, cautious, works without complaint, likes to follow the steps, down to earth, do not like taking risks.
Form: like a camping tent with a sharp tip.
Characteristics: with extreme personalities, can be outgoing and welcoming one day and shy the other; depending on how nurture and development has taken place during childhood. Not afraid of challenges and obstacles, but may sometimes be impulsive. Creative.
Form: like a waterfall flowing towards the little finger with triangular points.
Characteristics: gentle, observant, passive, loves schedules, likes to go with the flow, little self-motivated.
Form: the opposite of ulnar loop, the “waterfall” flows toward the thumb.
Characteristics: thinks independently and cleverly, likes to question and criticise, self-centered, loves to go against the majority.
Form: lines starting from the center of the small circle, the lines on finger tip
Characteristics: self-centered, likes competition, likes to set objectives, rigorous, subjective, doesn’t like to be controlled.
Form: a spiral pattern starting from the center and moves outward, has two triangular points.
Characteristics: self motivated; Parents should encourage accordingly
Form: tai Chi-like pattern without multi-layers or circle surrounding it.
Characteristics: very adaptable, thinks from different perspectives, makes decisions based on their environment, good communication and coordination skills, but can be distracted easily.
Form: often has combination of two or more of whorls, ulnar loops, or simple arches, with two or more triangle points.
Characteristics: likes to express oneself in a unique way, which often becomes offensive and creates misunderstandings.
The distribution of prints is considered to represent
brain cells’ proportion and distribution in each of the brain lobes