Monday, June 17, 2013

Learn Your Lineage Through Your Feet.


It's been proven that our feet can tell us many things, but did you know that our feet can tell us about our lineage? Based on this simple foot reading test we can learn our true descent. I just found out that I am Egyptian. What is your lineage?

Sources and other great articles about foot reading:
Foot reading: what your toes say about you

38 comments:

  1. How neat! Who would have thought that something so little could tell us so much!

    Thanks for sharing!
    Jenna Barrett
    accioancestors.blogspot.com

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  2. This is a fun post! So, what if each of your feet indicates a different lineage?
    Marilyn Robinson
    yourjewishgem.blogspot.com

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  3. All that money spent on DNA and all could have been kept since all I only had to do is count my piggies carefully.

    Kin Mapper
    Wylies of SC
    http://www.myfamily.com/isapi.dll?c=home&htx=PopSite&popsiteid=Ht9GAE

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  4. Yup! I walk like an Egyptian!

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  5. eet told me exactly what I already knew: I am Germanic and Celtic!

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  6. It tells me that I'm Greek....but, all I have ever know is that German on one side and Swedish on the other....I don't see the Greek, but, who knows???

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    1. You can tell you are Greek by the size of your nose.

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    2. You can tell that you are Greek by the size of your nose.

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    3. Sod off! Greeks are beautiful people. You're just jealous.

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    4. Egyptian Germanic and Celtic by toe shape and size. I knew the Germanic and Celtic but surprised by the Egyptian

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    5. According to my feet I'm roman, but I know for a fact that I'm german and irish! But then again, this may trace back further then those bloodlines! Idk!!

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  7. found out I am greek I am learning about family.

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  8. Mine don't fit any of those

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    1. Mine don't fit those either.

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    2. Mine don't fit those either.

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  9. My dad is from a northern town in Pakistan where Alexandra the Great once conquered and true enough my feet ancestory reads as Greek.

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    1. ...That only says you are not. Alexandra?... It is Alexander. Alexander, son of Philip II, the Great. You know that this isn't 100% correct, right? The only way to learn is to do a Gene Test...

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  10. What about non white ethnicities?

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    1. wouldn't that be Egyptian or are your trying to say A.Egyptians were "white"

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    2. Those would have come out of Egypt, likely, being that Egypt is in Africa...

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    3. Mine are Egyptian

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  11. how has it been proven? can you link to a study?

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  12. Surprisingly I'm Roman and I am of African American decent

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    1. Yeah... I am taking this as a pinch of salt. I am half greek and half turkish, and I got Egyptian, instead of greek.

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  13. Turns that I' Egyptian and I am of Spanish Mexican and Filipino decent

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    1. Mine look Egyptian but close to Greek.

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    2. The Moors did conquer the Iberian peninsula for a little while before being pushed back

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  14. I have a German last name but Roman feet. My father's mother was 100% Italian. His father was 100% german Austrian Danish mix. Mother was Celtic and Iberian. So my feet turned out Roman, could it be the genome mutation over generations, or one dominant gene that determines feet? Hmmm

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  15. It is an "eurocentric" post which margines the "Other"

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  16. What about hammer toes????? my toes are shaped like this big and second are even then it slopes down..... but my ancestors are from northern europe (north sea area) and alps region.

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  17. i'm malay from malaysia and i got greek

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  18. im from kerala/india and i got greek

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  19. Where's the research backing this graphic up and why does everyone accept it as fact just because it's there?

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  20. know it,i am greek!!!!!! =D that eplain it

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