The secret of the fingerprint and the miracle of the prophetic covenant The secret of the fingerprint and the miracle of the prophetic covenant

The secret of the fingerprint and the miracle of the prophetic covenant

The secret of the fingerprint and the miracle of the prophetic covenant

The exceptional importance of the fingerprint appears historically in the prophetic covenant sealed by the hand of the Holy Prophet Muhammad in the Monastery of St. Catherine in the Sinai Peninsula.
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In 620 AD, the Prophet of Islam, Muhammad, guaranteed to St. Catherine, an Eastern Orthodox monastery, located at the foot of Mount Catherine in Sinai, protection and freedom of worship in a document sealed with the fingers of the Prophet’s palm.

This method was applied in different eras, and commercial and economic transactions, political statements, and other important documents were stamped with fingerprints.

It is also the case that Japanese palm readers in the past used to determine the duration of a person’s success and happiness through the unique fingerprint lines called “dream lines.” They believed that the smoother and rounder the fingerprint pattern, the more fortunate its owner was.

 The important development in the use of fingerprinting began with the arrival of a British official named William Herschel to India in 1858. Since the man was responsible for financial records, he introduced the use of fingerprinting in signing documents by Indians who did not know how to read and write.


 The idea came from his observation that Hindus attached special importance to the shapes of the fingerprints, and they considered them to be a reflection of the soul and a connection to the other world. Therefore, he also saw that adding the fingerprint to the signature would be a guarantee of fulfilling obligations, and this is what actually happened.

William Herschel added another job, which was paying the soldiers' salaries. There were a lot of local soldiers, and they took advantage of the fact that the English considered them to be as similar as one person and some were sometimes able to get paid several times by sending other people in their place.

The British official noticed this type of fraud and decided to introduce a fingerprint system in dealings with soldiers as well. Then he discovered that there were no similar fingerprints, and decided to prepare records of the fingerprints of some criminals.

Herschel, after many years of experience in this field, in 1877 sent a letter to the Inspector General of Prisons in London, in which he described his fingerprint system in detail and similarly suggested saving the fingerprints of arrested criminals so that it would be easier in the future to identify repeat offenders. This proposal was not taken seriously and its author was considered crazy.

The important study in this way was carried out by the English scientist Francis Galton, a cousin of Charles Darwin. His contribution appeared in a book published in 1892 entitled “Fingerprints,” in which he studied 500 people, and reached the conclusion that the mammillary lines in a person’s fingerprint do not change with the passage of time and always return to their origin if they are damaged or destroyed.

As for the practical practice of fingerprints in the criminal field, the police began to apply this method only in 1900.

It is worth noting that fingerprints are divided into three main types: arc, round, and spiral. What is noteworthy is that the fingerprint with a spiral formation is one of the rarest types. You can easily know your fingerprint type. Check the fingerprint of one of your fingers and you will know at least whether you have rare fingerprints or not.

30 Comments

  1. Wow! Learned something new.

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  2. Excellent work

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  3. This method was applied in different eras, and commercial and economic transactions, political statements, and other important documents were stamped with fingerprints.

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  4. The mammillary lines in a person’s fingerprint do not change with the passage of time and always return to their origin if they are damaged or destroyed.

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  5. Many years ago, science proved that every single human has a unique fingerprint that differ from man to another and from woman to another so that you can ever never find two people with the same fingerprints.

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