My Theory




It is known or understood that no two or more persons can possess the same personality.  An individual may have a multiple personality but no personality can coexist between two or more persons.  Fingerprints cannot coexist between two or more persons.  No individual has ever displayed the same fingerprint from another digit even if taken from the same hand. 


I have therefore arrived at the opinion that fingerprints can disclose the potential or ability of the individual.


When it comes to fingerprint analysis there are two different methods which I shall exemplify:  The first has to do with the frequency of patterns in which we can say that it is possible for a given pattern to appear on any given digit.  However, notwithstanding racial stock and gender, certain patterns are more likely to appear on a particular digit more so than another. 


An individual who stands apart from the general population would display fingerprint patterns which are a departure from the designated frequency.


I have posted results from two studies on the frequency of patterns.   One is the documented study of 4,313,521 females and the other of 17,951,192 males.  The coding system is the NCIC FPC. Click here for a description of this system.   A formula for filing the NCIC FPC into a sequential order has been developed for studies of configurations in dermatoglyphics.  After ten digit classifications have been filed according to the aforementioned formula, a database can be created from which statistics can be extracted on pattern frequency.


The other method is a geometric analysis based on the location(s) of a given fingerprint code on a multi-sequential chart; a chart which would display an entire sequence of fingerprint classifications.  The Primary Classification from the Henry System of Fingerprint Classification and Filing which consist of 1,024 codes, is the example.  The Fingerprint Diagonal Reverse Sequence Arrangement is applied to the primary classification to create a multi-sequential primary classification chart in which an individual code can display up to three different locations.  Each code will have a unique geometric design on the chart, a design which is triangular or linear in appearance.  An identifiable design for a given code can be established.  Subsequently, an analysis of that design as well as its geometric relationship to the other codes and their design can be explored. 


Geometrically, it is possible to attribute a classification code to the potential of an individual's personality!  In this way it would also be possible to discover why and how an individual may be like or unlike another.  In addition, when teamwork is the endeavor, groups of classifications can be established presenting the complimentary aspect of people working together.


The key to the formula is to apply the appropriate numerical value assigned to the digits in the primary classification.


The ultimate question for the second method would be the following:

If something is true mathematically is it true in reality?




Andres J. Washington

Fingerprint Geometric Analysis