EVERY PERSON IS A GENIUS!
The earlier you identify your talents, the more time and money you save,
the more successful you will be!
Learn How to Do It!
Professor Lin started the Dermatoglyph Multiple Intelligence Test or DMIT in 1994 in Taiwan. DMIT is the patented scientific system to determine an individual’s 16 Multiple Intelligences based on genetics, embryology, neuroscience, and dermatoglyphics. Dermatoglyphics is the science of fingerprints. Professor Lin’s own study is based on Harvard University Professor Dr. Howard Gardner’s discovery of Multiple Intelligence and Dr. Roger Sperry’s work on the Dual-Brain Theory.
Multiple Intelligence was first developed by Dr. Howard Gardner, a psychologist and professor of neuroscience at Harvard University. Dr. Gardner discovered that human beings have different kinds of intelligence that reflect different ways of interacting with the world and how each of us learn and eventually develop our talents and skill that enable us to excel in the real world. Each individual has a unique combination of Multiple Intelligence and no two individuals have the same exact combination — similar to our fingerprints.
Likewise, our fingers and hands are intimately linked to our brain and ultimately, to our Multiple Intelligence. It was Nobel-prize winner psycho-biologist Dr. Roger Sperry who discovered that humans are of two minds. He found that the human brain has specialized functions on the right and left, and that the two sides can operate the body almost independently.
With the Multiple Intelligence discovery of Dr. Gardner and the Dual-Brain Theory of Dr. Sperry, Professor Lin studied the relationship further by going into Dermatoglyphics and its relationship to the brain. His own study showed that each of our 10 fingers coincide with our Multiple Intelligence and our inborn talents and skills. Professor Lin revealed that if the fingerprints of a person are captured accurately and analysed correctly, each of the10 inborn Multiple Intelligence can be unlocked and focused for the betterment of the person.
While each of us has only 10 fingers, there are actually 16 different kinds of fingerprint as popularized by Professor Lin:
From the initial 8 Multiple Intelligence to the 16 inborn Multiple Intelligence, a person can know which areas can be mastered, developed or acquired.
This is especially important during the foundation of learning from 0 – 8 years old. Our brain grows until we are 16 years old and by the time we reach 17 years onwards, improvement is by personal choice.
Professor Lin worked extensively in the academe and with students. Having applied the DMIT to his students, he noticed that using the DMIT, he was able to identify early on the inborn talents of the children and their learning styles of the children, which later on gave them a head start above their peers since focus was given on how to maximize the identified talents and strengths early on. In other words, no time and effort were wasted trying to identify what children were good at and what they were interested in. At the same time, it gave children and their parents a healthier relationship when parents understand their children in a different light.Encycligent, as a sole exclusive distributor, now brings to the Philippines, the original and authentic Professor Lin’s patented DMIT system straight from Taiwan so that the wonderful discovery can help both children and parents alike.
Teachers can also benefit from time saved due to Increase effectiveness and efficiency of their classroom hours. Even adults can benefit from DMIT as our current clients have shown. Anybody who wants to really know what they are good at and what would be a good and lasting career for them should take the DMIT system. It is never too late. The test is done by a patented fingerprint scanner that accurately captures your Multiple Intelligence. This special fingerprint scanner is not a medical device and no medical approval is required.
Your name on your Dermatoglyphics Report
Introduction to the Report
Personalized Dermatoglyphics Report which includes: