The Secret behind the fingerprint
There are three types of fingerprints that is Whorl (circle), Loop (cradle) and Arch (bow). The properties or characteristics possessed by a fingerprint is parennial nature of strokes on the fingerprint embedded in human life, immutability, which means that someone fingerprints will never change unless a condition of serious accidents, which changed the fingerprint pattern existing finger and individuality, which means unique fingerprint is originality owners who could not be the same as anyone on this earth even in an identical twin.
The study of fingerprints is dactyloscopy derived from the Greek meaning dactylos fingers or the fingers and scopein which means observing.
Uniquely, fingerprints can also be used as a guide to identify how one’s potential, so we can know the actual or potential talents so that we can accommodate our potential for the type of job that best matches what our talents are. Mode identification can be done by naked eye with people who experts in their fields, or there also are using a special tool fingerprint reader (finger print reader) connected to a computer which then analyzes the special bersoftware based on the points is the reference. As for who can be identified is about controlling one’s logic, reflex and brain development. About the form and fingerprint pattern consisting of three types above have the typical characteristics, namely:
* Whorl (circle) is the principal form of fingerprints, has two deltas and at least one circular line in the pattern area, walk in front of the delta. This type consists of Plain whorl whorl, Central pocket loop whorl, double loop whorl, and accidental whorl.
* Loop is the principal form of fingerprints where one or more lines come from one side of the painting, ramp, touching or crossing an imaginary line drawn between the delta and the core, stop or tend to stop at the side of the original.
* Arch is the principal form of fingerprints that all the lines come from one side of the painting, flow or tend to flow to the other side of the painting, with a bumpy ride in the middle.
Introduction of Fingerprint Test
FT (finger test) aka fingerprint reading test is based on dermatoglyphic method, the age of science hundreds of years. FT is the genetic blueprint.
Dermatoglyphic from Greek, meaning charity leather and carved glyphs that are science-based theory of epidermal or ridge skill (the lines on the surface of the skin, fingers, palms, to the foot). Dermatoglyphic have a strong science base as supported research since 300 years ago.
The researchers found the epidermal ridge has a scientific relationship with the genetic code of brain cells and the potential of one’s intelligence. The study begins by Govard Bidloo in 1685. Then, successively conducted by Marcello Malpighi (1686), JCA Mayer (1788), John E. Purkinje (1823), Dr. Henry Faulds (1880), Francis Galton (1892), Harris Hawthorne Wilder (1897) and Noel Jaquin (1958).
Beryl B. Hutchinson in 1967 wrote a book called Your Life in Your Hands, a book about hand analysis. Finally, the results of research Beverly C. Jaegers (1974), fingerprints are reflected in the characteristics and psychology of a person. Their results have been proven in the field of anthropology and health.
Fingerprint Test Phase
To check your intelligence through fingerprints, palm originally photographed with a camera connected to the screen. Furthermore, the ten fingers scanned on an appliance like a computer mouse. The way is to put each finger in turn. At that moment, you have ten fingerprints recorded in a computer. Then, an FT analyst will analyze it.
The results of a detailed analysis can only be given 5 days later, awaiting the results of laboratory analysis in Singapore. In Indonesia there is not a special laboratory for this FT.
When the complete results of the fingerprint record is given to the patient, the team psychologist is ready to explain its meaning. For information, described the sight of the little finger. Ring finger symbolizes the hearing. Middle finger touch by touch, balance, movement and coordination of the hands and feet. Index finger as a process of information (left hand for the logic, the right hand to mind). Thumb to think and make decisions.