These two patterns are identical. The only difference is one is sepia and the other is full color.
The one on the left looks like meaningless random blobs while the other is readable and has a clear meaning,
provided you aren’t color blind and can read numbers.
Are fingerprints the same?
Not random patterns at all but a concise readable map of who you are.
Are fingerprints the next extraordinary map for humanity?
This is what Richard Unger maintains, the author of LifePrints: deciphering your life purpose from your fingerprints.
Richard’s fingerprint thesis blows a huge hole in the nature/nurture debate.
It implies that nature and nuture are both dependent on something else; who you are beyond physical circumstances:
that “your stuff” (your soul’s agenda) precedes your life story.
For most people this is a very freeing thought.
It enables you to stop blaming others and events for whatever is going on in your life right now.
How can you blame your mother, or anyone else for what happened 20, 30 or 40 years ago when quite clearly the pattern was visible in your fingerprints from 5 months prior to birth?
The pattern always precedes the event. Sometimes by years, even by decades.
This is a huge breakthrough. It helps us map the spiritual collaboration taking place between individuals.
It gives us a far broader perspective on our own lives.
So what do your fingerprints say about who you are?
Here’s some more info about Richard’s ebook. The original, unedited version of Lifeprints.
The encyclopedia and manual for life purpose analysis.
This book is the core of most information on this site.