Character from fingers trips

Each finger has three portions called phalanges. The top portion is called first phalange, the middle the second and the base the third phalange.
Different phalanges of the finger denote characteristic traits of men.
Which phalange of the finger is longer than the other two? Or it may be the longest phalange. It denotes.
First phalange is longest: Leadership based on idealism.
Second Phalange is longest: Leadership based on brain power.
Third Phalange is longest: Personal magnetism, Physical power, if flabby, shows indulgence with quantity.
First Phalange is longest: Interest in the occult science.
Second Phalange is longest: Strong inclination towards Science and mathematics.
Third Phalange is longest: Respect for traditional values.
First Phalange is longest: Appreciation of beauty.
Second phalange is longest: Business acumen, knows the art of making money.
Third Phalange is longest: Discrimination in food and dress.
First Phalange is longest: Uses persuasion to achieve aim.
Second Phalange is longest: Interest is science and medicine; greed to practical results.
Third Phalange is longest: Desire for independence.
 The above chart may be summarized as follows.
If the first phalanges are longest, they indicate idealism and spiritual urge. The person can be a religious teacher. He is prone to nervous troubles.
If the middle or the second phalanges are longest in the fingers, he is an intellectual and professional who uses his mental faculties rather than his hands for earning his livelihood. He is capable, efficient, progressive and socially conscious.
When the lowest or the base phalanges are longest, the person is physically strong and suited for unskilled types of work. He likes to enjoy home comforts. In case of a woman, she is an expert in domestic affairs.
The ridges on the finger-tips provide us with peculiar propensities of human character. The ridges of no two men are alike.
The Chinese have recognized the importance of ridges and used finger-prints for hundreds of years in many forms for various purposes. The first man to discover that the ridges on fingers and thumbs can be used for positive identification was. Dr. Henry Faulds of England in 1880. In 1892, Sir Francis Galton, who was a famous scientist in England, proved that no two finger-prints are alike. The British Government formed a commission to go into the matter to study the mystery of human finger-prints. Sir Edward Henry was a member of the Commission and later on he became head of the Scotland Yard.
A network of fingers on finger-tips contains the ‘touch’ receptors of the skin. If burnt several times, these ridges reappear on healing of the burnt skin in the same old pattern, which remains unchanged during a loge-time.
Ridges are counted between the fixed points in the pattern. These are classified as:

(I) loop
(ii) central packed loop; 
(iii) double loops; 
(vi) arches; 
(v) tented arches; 
(vi) whorls and 
(vii) accidentals.
A finger-print expert can find a hundred different characteristics on a finger-print. This means that a finger-print has a hundred types of arrangements of the ridges.
To find two persons whose finger-prints of the index finger have just two common characteristics, he has to examine the hands of 16 persons. To find two persons whose finger-prints are alike in three characteristics, 69 out of 100 persons must be examined; thus, to find two persons who have the same print Chakkra (whorl) is important and lucky.
If there is an island in the first joint of the thumb and Chakkra on the inside pad of its first phalange, the person gets parental property. If there is a loop, he does not benefit from parental inheritance. A person, having a whorl on his Jupiter finger-tip, is benefited from his friends; if he had a whorl on the tip of his middle finger, he gains in spiritual sphere and becomes proficient on Occult sciences. If he has a loop on it, he is not lucky to have sufficient money. At the tip of fun finger, a whorl shows gain from public contracts and a loop shows spending money for public benefit. On the Mercury finger-tip, a whorl shows gain from dealing in ready-made goods and a loop shows a loss.
A whorl, when found on the tip of any finger, increases the strength of the respective planet pertaining to that particular finger.