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Discover the Basic Principle
of Palm Reading:


Classic palmistry purposes: love line palm reading, marriage lines & children lines + psychic palm reading!

Palmistry thumb 1. Palm reading thumb 2. Palm reading hand thumb 3. Palmistry thumb 4. Palmistry thumb 5. Palm reader thumb 6. Palm reader thumb 7.





ONLINE PALMISTRY
& HAND PALM READINGS:





Free palmistry analysis - Findyourfate.com
An 8 step palmistry procedure

Free palmistry reading - Ofesite.com
Read your own palm

Free palmistry compatibility test - confetti.co.uk
Read your palm and your partner's palm!

Free palmistry in 7 clicks - 12gage.com
Do you think like an artist or a scientist? (just for fun)

Free read my palm reading - palmday.com
A 4 step visual demonstration (no recommendation!)




- What is Palmistry? - Does Palm Reading relate to astrology? - What makes Hand Reading different from tarot & numerology? -

A DEFINITION UPDATE:

What is Palmistry in 2014?

Palmistry is the practice (or art) of reading/analysing the hands, usually with the intent focussed on one (or more) of these four aspects of life:
1 - health consultation, 2 - character interpretation, 3 - life purpose orientation, 4 - divination/future telling

Examples of 'non-predictive' hand reading systems (not related to divination / future telling / astrology) are e.g.:
Elemental Chirology, Life Purpose Hand Analysis & PsychoDiagnostic Chirology.

Examples of 'predictive palmistry' are e.g.:
Classic Indian palmistry (which is in India an aspect of Jyotish), and Urdu palmistry (Hindu palm reading in Pakistan).

Due to the superstitious image of palmistry people often associate hand readers with future predictions, psychic readings & paranormal phenomena; however, Western hand reading systems usually are usually focussed on personality/character assessment.

Learn how to read palms with the palm reading mini-course.


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