Pam’s interview on the Turning Stones Show

Turning Stones is the show where we discuss the topics of the human experience. This is a show about questions and the exploration of the journey of our unfolding path. We are here to offer conversation and to create space where conscious awareness can awaken within each of us. We are all intimately connected in…

Lip Prints and Crime

  Fans of any of the popular crime lab shows on TV may like to say “thank you” to a French criminologist named Edmond Locard.[i] Dubbed the “French Sherlock Holmes”, he opened the very first crime lab in Lyon, France in 1910. Locard, a student of both medicine and law, was interested in discovering all…

Physiognomy

Physiognomy literally means the overall outer physical characteristics of a person. It can refer specifically to face reading, but it is also a general term that includes any method by which you study a part of the person to understand the whole person, and the outside of the person to learn about the inner person.…

LipStick History

Four thousand five hundred years ago, a Sumerian noblewoman, known as Queen Puabi,[i] lived, ruled, and died in the city of Ur in ancient Mesopotamia, modern-day Iraq. In 1920 her body was found in a royal tomb along with the remains of five soldiers, two oxen and their four grooms, plus seventeen ladies-in-waiting, all sacri­ficed…

The Communication Gap

One of the most intriguing indicators in our lip prints is something called a Communication Gap. We start with the understanding that as a general rule, missing color in a lip print is a signal of missing energy. The reader should know, as well, that the Hug Pucker is one of the main places in…

Do You Have Zingers?

It would be a boring world to live in without Zingers! These pointy, sometimes needle sharp corners which can be found on both the upper and lower lip, are a hallmark of those who shoot from the hip verbally. When something needs to be said, this is the mouth that’s going to say it! The…