In the third study, I studied the hands of men and women from the Haredi (Ultra-Orthodox) Jewish community. Much to my surprise, certain features in the hands of this population appeared more frequently than in other groups in Israel. I did a statistical analysis with seven parameters among eighty-two people in two different groups: Ultra-Orthodox and secular. Most of the parameters had to do with the individual’s relationship to his or her referential group. I found interesting and distinct statistical differences between the groups and I learned that a belief system, education and way of life among the Ultra-Orthodox are expressed on a physical level in their hands. These findings have the potential to create greater understanding between these two Jewish groups that live in Israel.