The Palmistry Bible: The Definitive Guide to Hand Reading
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The Palmistry Bible: The Definitive Guide to Hand Reading

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Since ancient times, seers have used palm reading to predict the future. But as you'll discover in this illuminating volume, it's also a wonderful technique for self-exploration and personal growth. The shape of your hand--its whorls, fingerprints, lines, mounts, and other geographic features--reveal untold truths about your personality and destiny. Using the extraordinari...more
Paperback, 400 pages
Published August 1st 2005 by Sterling (first published 2005)
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Anjali Khatri
This was an instructional novel on palm reading that I thoroughly enjoyed because of the tactical way it tells one to approach someone while reading their hand. As a beginner palmist I feel it really covered the basics well. There were also clever things that only have to do with first impressions that can help one read someone's personality, for example the firmness of a handshake or the grubbiness of the nails. However this book was a bit vague at times. I found myself telling people that they...more
I was looking at my hands the other day, and I realized, Hey, wouldn't it be cool to understand what all these lines meant. So, I went and checked out a book at the library. I actually plan on making some prints and taking some pictures of close family members hands and studying this a little more, it's fascinating stuff. I always love insight into people's personalities and souls, and this is just another form. Yes, maybe a bit like astrology, but if the traditions have lasted this long, there...more
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Jane Struthers fell in love with astrology, palmistry, tarot reading and reading tea leaves in her teens, and shes never looked back. She is a professional, full-time writer and astrologer, who has appeared on television and radio many times. She is currently the astrologer for Bella, the best-selling weekly womens magazine, and before that she was the astrologer for The Sun, writing as Gemini Jan...more
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