The Egyptian foot is the most common. It’s characterized by a big toe which is bigger than the other fingers.
The Greek foot has a big toe smaller than the second finger, and the second finger is bigger than the other.
The square foot comes with the first four fingers aligned.
What does the length of our toes reveal for our character? Is there any correlation? A new study found a relationship between the length and shape of the toes with our lineage, and revealed the meaning of each type of toes.
The author, Jane Sheehan says that the study is based on analyzing the structure, texture and imbalances of the foot to reveal the character of a person.
The Second Toe Is Longer Than The Others
This person has leadership qualities. The ancient Egyptian and Hawaiian royal families had long second toes. This person is also very active and sporty, loves movement and has the capacity to lead people around him.
A Regular Walk With An Angled Third Toe
People with this kind of toe have the ability to deceive and be misunderstood, Sheehan says. Spies usually have this type of foot. This person has an outgoing and social personality, is ready for travel always, and loves new cultures and undertaking unusual intellectual experiences.
The Little Tiny Toe
This person has a childish character.
The Second Toe Of The Left Foot Leans Towards The Big Toe
People with this type of toe are nostalgic and sentimental. Reece Witherspoon, the famous Hollywood actress has this type of toe.
The Little Toe As An Angle That Points
Sheehan says that people with this kind of toe are an unconventional kind. Being able to move that toe means agitation and a constant need for change.
The length of the toes has interested many people. Juan Ma spent much time researching this. Here’s what he found:
The human genome determines the skin, eye color, hair color and the shape of the body and the limbs, besides baldness and several diseases. Some studies revealed endemic family and tribal characteristics, like lack of fingerprints among the Basque. We must take into account the diversity of origins, given that almost all races were mixed about 500 years ago. Egypt is in Africa, so people from Africa need to check the type of Egyptian toe.
Some may wonder why there are no Hispanic or Chinese type of foot – all persons of Hispanic or Chinese descent are not the same. The Spanish root may come from Spain or Mexico; the feet of the South Koreans may not be the same as the Chinese.
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