Andres J. Washington
FINGERPRINT GEOMETRIC ANALYSIS
FINGERPRINT DIAGONAL REVERSE SEQUENCE ARRANGEMENT
Copyright © Andres J. Washington
The original sequence found in section “A” is for the sixty-four possibilities when the # 2,3,4,7,8 and 9 fingers are considered; this sequence only includes the inner and outer loops. When a number is assigned to each box from left to right and working down to the last box # 64, box 64 would equal:
Due to the fact that the inked fingerprint is in actual reverse, (Mirroring) it has been determined that if the sequence in section “A” was to be arranged to the sequence found in section “B” it would then be in reverse displaying a different perspective of the total possibilities in relation to each other. This diagonal reverse is then used to provide the arrangement of the Second Reference Sequence found in section “C”.
The second reference sequence works as verification in its outcome of how the first reference sequence was established. If the first reference sequence was not in proper arrangement then the second reference sequence would not be in a uniform sequencing pattern. A close examination of the fingerprint codes found in the second reference sequence reveals a definite pattern along a diagonal basis.
For further analysis, the second reference sequence has been divided into three areas; named area A, area B, and area C. In area “A” the extreme diagonal of each box contains its opposite code. In area “B” and “C” the extreme diagonal of each box contains the same code in reverse.
Includes: In the display of an extended geometric area for a given code, any code which occupies the area by which two lines join together, forming an angle, or any code which is used to create the lines which provide the design for the given code in the original sequence, the first reference sequence and the second reference sequence; is therefore included in the structure of that code's design. All codes which are included represent personalities that are compatible with one another. This is because all of the aforementioned codes are required to create the geometric design.
Encompassed: In the display of an extended geometric area for a given code, any code(s) which are surrounded by the geometric design and is not included in the makeup of that design and is not intersected by any of the lines which makeup that design is therefore encompassed within the extended geometric area. Geometric codes which are encompassed represent personalities that can be controlled by the personality of persons who have the codes which are used to create the geometric design.
Intersected: In the display of an extended geometric area for a given code, any code which is crossed by the line(s) which make up the geometric design is in turn intersected by those lines. The codes which are intersected are the codes of persons who are incompatible with persons who are represented by the codes which are used to create the geometric design. This is because the intersection of a code is an offence to the geometric position of that code.
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