Talus and His Monkey Line

Talus and Mom came by share his two-year-and-seven-month hands with me.  He intently performed my requested hand printing, almost without instruction.  He printed his baby doll too!

Talus calls this line racing across his hand (above), “A Monkey Line.”  The monkey does fly from tree to tree with intent and grace.  I also like to think of it like a tight-rope where the walker is very aware of his (or her) every step.  Years of practice assure the walker remains wrapped to the line.

Talus ~ Day Five at Life-U

Sept. 16, 2009
 Introducing Talus, five days after he made his grand entrance into Life-University.
Talus has a strong and dominant Seeker line – showing a curious disposition and a desire to ‘know why’.  Sure, he may be a little young for us to witness this…. but time will tell how it plays out.   Talus should be fairly easy to trail for the next 10 years because his Mom has a house near by.

Project Snowflake

Jan. 31, 2010 – Project Snowflake ~ It’s official, Project Snowflake is now under way.  Fingerprints, like snowflakes, are unique. There are no two snowflakes alike.  My first kid-prints were taken in 2003 when I was taking the Hand Analysis Intensive Training.  Snowflake Riley was age 7 then.  Now she’s 13.  All of her prints, along with her sister (Drue) and brother’s (Logan), are on file.  I’ve collected other kid-prints over the years and done readings of kids hands for their parents.  The results have been profound and quite helpful to parents.  I’ve seen head lines break and re-attach.  I’ve seen deep lines of clairvoyance pale over the years.  I’ve watched the life challenges shower these kids and have been able to guide parents through  changes with potential antidotes for success through greater awareness.

Petit sent me the photographs of Talus’ hands when he was 5 days old.  Talus is my youngest snowflake.  More photos were taken when he was 3+ months old.  

Wil and Shanan brought Ruby to me two years ago when she was 5 months old to record her fingerprints and for her first hand printing.  I printed her hands again in Dec. 2009 when she was 2.5 years old. Snowflake Ruby is showing early signs of great independence.

Today, Brandy brought Bethany by to have her hands printed and her fingerprints recorded.  She’s my newest snowflake.

In Dec. 2009 I decided to do something special with all these prints and photographs, along with my desire to observe and analyze the hand prints and fingerprints of these amazing children. Hence, Project Snowflake was born.

Note:  Fingerprints patterns don’t change. Those unique glyphs form in the womb five months before birth. The lines in the hands DO change over time.  The Soul’s agenda is read from the fingerprints.  The personality traits are read from the lines and markings in the hands.  The personality supports the Soul’s agenda.  I don’t make predictions or tell fortunes. 

This is hand ‘ANALYSIS’.  It’s a science and art. I’m deciphering the hidden information as I see it in the moment.  Various etchings, and their combinations help me clarify the potential and the challenges to the owner of the hands.

What is Project Snowflake?  I’ll print selected children’s hands, with their parent’s permission, once a year or more over the next ten years – that’s until Dec. 2019.  At times of difficulties or positive changes I’ll print again, if possible.  I’ll share brief interpretations with the parents and in my newsletters, blog and website.

What is the mission of Project Snowflake? 

– Research

– Mentoring for children and teens

– Coaching for parents

– Promote hand analysis as an effective way to know more about the ‘inner self’

– Offer inspirational stories to kid-and-parent-clients

– Stay connected with youth through changes 

– Validate the life purpose and life challenges as decoded from the fingerprints

– Encourage everyone to know their lives are literally in their hands. 

Deep awareness and meaning can shine through during and after a hand reading.

Please join me and watch these Snowflakes. I’m totally excited to bring the art and science of hand and fingerprint analysis to the world in this fun and adventurous way. 

A special thanks to the parents for allowing me to take their snowflakes into my hands and to watch them glisten.