Fingerprints in hand analysis are used to tell the character. Even though each print is unique, there are four main groups for these patterns.
The four categories of fingerprints in hand analysis can have many variations. Sometimes we find a pattern which doesn’t seem to fit into any of them. A patter like a double loop which can at first glance look like a composite whorl. When this happens, it is essential to examine the triradius. A triradius is a ‘Y’ shaped pattern of ridges that split into three directions. The triradius is usually found on one or two sides of the print. If there is only one triradius it is a loop, with two triradii, it is in the category of a whorl. See what each type of fingerprint means. Learn about the meanings from the link below.
The central part of the fingerprint pattern is where we can analyse its form. If the shape appears to be high up on the tip of the finger, it can show someone who is mainly the intellectual type. If the pattern is lower on the fingertip, towards the top crease, it can denote a more practical person.
To get a basic understanding of how to read fingerprints overall, merely combine the qualities represented by each finger to the meaning of the print. After that, you get an understanding of the character and potentially see where their talent or development lies.
The whorl being the most condensed pattern, it shows aptitude or growth in an area. For instance, a whorl on the thumb would point to leadership. Someone with at least four whorl fingerprints has exceptional skills or possess a dedication to a specific cause. The arch is the pattern which shows an area of weakness or immaturity since it has the least amount of intensity.