Palm Reading

Palm Reading

Edited by Bridget Giles , Edited by Jane Johnson

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Collins Gem Palm Reading reveals the ancient art of palm reading. With easy-to-follow diagrams accompanying clear and concise text, this book lays bare the complexities of hand reading. The book provides an introduction to how to read palms so that a beginner will soon be able to uncover the hidden truths of the hand. It first examines the whole hand, analysing the variety of hand shapes, including the compatibility of different hand shapes and the influences of hand shape on health and careers. It then examines the fingers and thumb in detail. Palmists look at the shape of the fingers, their flexibility and their position in relation to one another and make predictions about an individual and their compatibility with others. This examination is followed by looking at the 'mounts' (the fleshy pads on the palm) and their predictive power and then studying the lines on the palm (an important aspect of palm reading but not the sole element, as suggests by popular myth). By pulling all these aspects of palm reading together this book will enable you to start drawing up predictions from studying palms. To help you the book is heavily illustrated with diagrams and photographs.

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  • Paperback | 192 pages
  • 82 x 112 x 20mm | 117.94g
  • 04 Apr 2005
  • HarperCollins Publishers
  • Collins
  • London
  • English
  • col. Illustrations
  • 0007188803
  • 9780007188802
  • 375,435

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'Collins Gems are the best in their field when it comes to easy-to-use pocket guides, especially for horoscopes, and this is no exception to the rule'. Amazon

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'Collins Gem Palmistry' starts by introducing the key elements hand classification, the thumb, the fingers, the nails, and the mounts of the palm followed by an introduction to reading the lines. The book then concludes with examples of readings from 30 people as interpreted by a professional palm reader."

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