Find Out The Secret of These Three Parts of Your Pinky Finger

Find Out The Secret of These Three Parts of Your Pinky Finger

Every finger is comprised of three bones known as phalanges. Each one of the phalanges separates the finger into three separate sections. These sections appear as deep horizontal lines across your fingers. Every person has these phalanges, but you may have noticed that not every one is of the same length. In palmistry, it is believed that the length of each section can reveal a great deal about a person’s personality. The little finger in particular is touted as an accurate guide for not only a person’s personality, but how they communicate with the world. This finger is often known as the Mercury finger. You might know it as the pinky finger.

Lines on You Pinky Finger

Overall Length

If a person’s pinky finger is long, then he or she is quite intelligent and loves to communicate with others. People with pinky fingers that are relatively shorter than the rest of their fingers may tend to act childish and have trouble communicating with others. They also tend to give themselves a hard time if they perceive they have failed at something. If the pinky finger curves in toward the ring finger, then this person is prone to lying.

The Upper Phalanges

The top section of the Mercury finger is related to a person’s mental acuity and their emotional intelligence. A long upper phalange on this finger denotes a person who loves to communicate with others. This person is often confident and successful, and he or she is very intelligent as well. They are not fooled often.

Unfortunately, a short fingertip means that a person is not likable and is often too concerned with what other people think of him or her.

The Middle Phalanges

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