Q1.  What is the relationship between Finger Prints and the Human brain?

Human fingerprints form from the 13th week to 21st week of gestation. Scientists found that fingerprints and the human neocortex develop simultaneously. In the gestation period fingerprints and brain development happens simultaneously during week 14 to week 21, leading medical experts to believe that the brain is absolutely linked to the fingerprints.  By the time of delivery, the baby has permanent fingerprints on his fingers. Fingerprints are our brain map exposed outside our body.


Q2.  What is the science of Dermatoglyphics?
Dermatoglyphics refers to the scientific study of fingerprints. It is a branch of science that studies the patterns of skin (dermal) ridges present on human fingers, toes and the soles.

Dermatoglyphics being a science, is used in clinical applications such as detection of Down Syndrome, Diabetes Mellitus,  etc.

Scientific study of fingerprints has started in year 1650.  The word Dermatoglyphs was coined by Dr. Harold Cummins & Dr. Charles Midlo in 1926.


Q3.  How reliable are fingerprints as basis of the analysis?
For many  years many scientists and medical doctors have used genetics, Embryology, Dermatoglyphs, Anthropology and Anatomy as basis to observe, analyze, validate and conclude the result of Dermatoglyphs. As fingerprints are unalterable and are never influenced by environment, behaviors and moods, the reliability of the fingerprint analysis remain unbiased.


Q4.  Is Dermatoglyphs a form of fortune telling?
Absolutely not.
Palmistry or Chiromancy is the divination of the future through the interpretation of lines of the palms whereas Dermatoglyphs is the science of comparing, analyzing and classifying the patterns of the skin grains and ridges of each person’s fingerprints. These analyses do not predict the future, but rather give a comprehensive insight of one’s innate intelligence distributions, potentials, and effective learning and communication styles.


Q5.  Are there any reference material on Dermatoglyphs?
Reference book for detailed study on Dermatoglyphs:
An Introduction to Dermatoglyphs
Edited by Harold Cummins, PH.D., Charles Midlo, M.D.
New Orleans August 9, 1943


Q6.  Who will conduct the consultation once the Analysis is generated?
Our certified consultants with background on psychology and counseling will explain the analysis and guide the individual or parents of the child on how to nurture the innate strengths.


Q7.  Do you initiate any follow-up action?
Yes, after the initial consultation session, we also accommodate follow-up appointments on counseling