All the secrets of Palmistry

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Published Date:23-07-2017
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“Amazing Palmistry Secrets” Including the complete text of - “Palmistry For Fun” (a shortcut to professional palmistry) by Per Hogseth INTRODUCTION Palmistry, or Cheiromancy (pronounced “kei-ro-mansy” is a very popular and accurate way of divining. The famous nineteenth century palmist, Leic de Hamon (Louis Hamon) was named “Cheiro” after it. The art of Palmistry can be traced back as far as the Stone Ages. Pictures of human hands are frequently found in cave drawings, indicating their special interest in this part of the body. These paintings can be seen in the Lascaux Caves in France, the remarkable Santander caves in Spain and in several caves in Africa. The ancient Vedic scriptures contained an abundance of information on palmistry. K.C. Sen, an eminent Indian palmist, says the earliest writings on palmistry were ancient Sanskrit. These verses have been preserved and are still guarded from the public eye. Cheiro, the famous palmist, claimed to have seen one of these manuscripts in the early 1900’s. Palmistry is also mentioned favourably in the Old Testament “...and he said, Wherefore doth my lord thus pursue after his servant? for what have I done? of what evil is in my hand?” 1 Samuel 26:18. “He sealeth up the hand of every man, that all men may know his work.” Job 37:7. “Length of days is in her right hand; and in her left hand riches and honor”. Proverbs 3:16. “Behold, I have graven thee on the palms of my hands, thy walls are continually before me” Isaiah 49:16) Before the birth of Buddha in 563 B.C., leading seers of the time gathered at the royal palace. They were drawn by extraordinary indications revealed in the stars. They were ecstatic to find the mark of the wheel on Buddha’s hands and feet, indicating his future greatness. Palmists in India still look for this special mark in the palms of babies. 7 Gypsies came into the picture around the eleventh century, though they had been practising palmistry for centuries before. Sigismund, the Holy Roman Emperor, enlisted the gypsies as spies. Word of this soon spread and when Gypsies arrived at the gates of Paris in 1427 they were not allowed inside. However, the citizens of the city, intrigued and excited by these romantic strangers, rushed outside to have their fortunes told. The tradition of crossing a Gypsy’s palm with silver, dates back to this era. The church claimed the Gypsies were in league with the Devil. To counter this, the Gypsies explained that the Devil was afraid of both silver and the sign of the cross. Therefore, if you made a sign of the cross over a Gypsy’s hand with silver you would be protected. Needless to say, the gypsies kept the silver. Interest in using palmistry for psychological analysis is a product of the last century. The first major work on this subject was Julius Spier’s The Hands of Children, which appeared in 1944. Not surprisingly, the introduction was written by Carl Jung. This was quickly followed by works from Noel Jaquin, Charlotte Wolf, and in 1990, by Andrew Fizherbert. Since the Second World War, research on palm patterns has been going on at the Kennedy Galton Centre near London. This research has lead scientists to confirm that health factors can be determined in the hand. The current research into dermatoglyphics (the study of skin patterns) is potentially the most exciting development in the history of palmistry. Although palmistry dates back to the Stone Ages, its greatest period is just beginning. The future of palmistry is assured now that scientists are proving its validity 8 NOTE: References to line and finger direction are read as you’re viewing your client’s palm. The fingers are pointing towards you. HAND AND FINGER COMBINATIONS Before reading the palm, look at the fingers to see if they’re short or long. This isn’t always easy to gauge when you’re just beginning, but a little practice will enable you to assess the finger length at a glance. The fingers are considered long if they can fold back and touch a spot at least seven-eights of the way along the palm. Unfortunately, there are exceptions, as some people have extremely flexible hands while others are very stiff. Also, someone with an extremely oblong palm may have long fingers that only reach halfway down the palm, as the palm itself is very long. With experience you’ll be able to look at someone’s palm and instantly know if the fingers are long or short. The problem comes when you’re first learning and find a hand with fingers that seem to be neither long nor short. Fortunately, we can cover that situation as well. Long Fingers If the fingers are long, the person pays attention to detail and you can say: “You enjoy complex work. You’re patient and enjoy all the fiddly bits – you like the details in things. Your work must be very consuming and gratifying. If it’s too simple you lose interest very quickly.” Short Fingers Someone with short fingers is almost the opposite. They’ll be more interested in the broad strokes rather than the details and won’t have much patience. You could say: “You’re always busy. Sometimes you may start something new before you’ve finished the last task. You often have several things on the go at the same time. 9 You tend to want everything right now, so patience is not your strong suit. Your impulsiveness has gotten you into trouble in the past. In some ways you are a jack-of-all-trades.” Medium Length Fingers Naturally, someone with fingers that are neither long nor short will fall into a middle category. You might say: “At times you can be very patient. However, at other times you’re inclined to jump first and think later. If something really interests you, you want to get right down to the bottom of it and work it all out. If it’s only a passing interest, you’re more inclined to skim over it and not learn it in much detail.” We now have four possibilities to look at: 1. Square hands with short fingers 2. Square hands with long fingers 3. Oblong hands with short fingers 4. Oblong hands with long fingers This is the classification used in Chinese palmistry. It comes from Fred Getting’s monumental book, The Book of the Hand. The four types are named after the four elements of the ancients: Fire, Earth, Air and Water. These relate very well to the descriptions of the Fire, Earth, Air and Water signs of astrology, but it does not necessarily mean that a Sagittarian (a Fire sign), would have a Fire hand. You’ll find people with all four types of hands in every sign of the Zodiac. 10 The four elements, Fire, Earth, Air and Water Fire Hands Fire is hot, energizing and constantly moving. It can provide gentle heat, but can also burn. Consequently it needs careful handling. A Fire hand is oblong with short fingers. Someone with a hand like this is likely to be emotional, enthusiastic and creative. The short fingers mean a dislike for detail. The long palm adds intuition. For someone with a hand like this you might say: “You have a great mind, full of wonderful ideas. These ideas excite you. Your enthusiasm may not last for long, but it’s extremely important to you at the time. Your emotions can be a bit hard to handle at times, but they enable you to experience life to the fullest. Details are not your strong point and you tend to prefer the overall picture to the fiddly bits. You are likely to be creative and need to be busy to be happy.” 11 Earth Hands Earth is the dry, solid part of our planet. Everything that happens on earth is subject to the natural rhythms of germination, growth, death and decay. Earth is timeless and expresses stability. However, below its surface all sorts of changes are constantly occurring. This can lead to earthquakes and other upheavals. The Earth hand is very like the practical hand. It consists of a square palm and short fingers. People with this type of hand are reliable, down-to-earth and practical. They enjoy repetitive work and are good with their hands. They enjoy rhythm. They are conservative, reserved and possessive. However, like earth itself, they can also react violently if they deem it necessary. You might say to someone with Earth hands: “You’re a hard worker. You enjoy physical challenges and your hands can think for themselves. You can be stubborn at times, and you don’t easily change your mind. You enjoy rhythm and movement. You’re not usually good with details, unless you’re making something. You probably prefer working outdoors, doing something practical. You’re reliable, honest and somewhat reserved.” 12 Air Hands Air is essential for life. We take it for granted and seldom notice it, except on windy days. Air is also essential for communications, as it carries sound waves. Creatures of the air, such as birds and flying insects, are fast moving and active. The Air hand consists of a square palm and long fingers. These people tend to use logic more than intuition. They’re quick-witted and express themselves clearly. They enjoy communicating and often have careers that utilize their skills. Their strong emphasis on logic means these people tend to distrust emotions, both their own and other people’s. We could say something along these lines to someone with Air hands: “You’re intelligent, clear-thinking and discriminating. Relationships are important to you, but you sometimes find logic getting in the way of your feelings. You’re reliable and like to do things completely. You’re a stimulating companion and life is never dull when you’re around.” 13 Water Hands Finally, water. If you think about it, water is essentially still. Other forces have to act upon it to make it change. It’s also shapeless as it simply moves to fill up whatever space is available. The Moon has a strong influence on water, creating the tides in our oceans. The saying, “still waters run deep”, is very pertinent to the Water hand. The Water hand consists of an oblong palm with long fingers. It’s sometimes called the intuitive hand, as these people are extremely aware and receptive. People with this type of hand are changeable, impressionable and emotional. They’re idealistic and highly imaginative. To someone with water hands, you could say: “You have an extremely rich inner life. Your imagination is keen and you fantasize about just about everything. You can be influenced by others, so you’re flexible with your ideas. Your intuition is strong. You’re emotional. If you’re interested in someone, you love spending time with them. You also need time by yourself to reflect on your own life. You are happiest inside the right relationship with someone to depend and rely upon.” 14 READING THE HAND LINES Your hand changes throughout your life. The lines you see in your palm today are not quite the same as they were a year ago and probably very different from five years ago. Although your hand gives an outline of your life, it’s only a tentative outline. You have the final decision on the course your life will take. Whether you want the position or not, you’re the captain of your own destiny. Palmistry, like a doctor‘s examination, is strictly a diagnostic reading. It can point out the forces that operate within you, and it can point out the logical results of these forces. You can accept them as they are or begin to change them. As with the Tarot, be very careful in your phrasing of what you see in a person’s palm. Some lines may show a particular area in which your subject has very serious problems. This should be presented as “an area of possible weakness and something for which you should be particularly watchful.” On a few occasions you may encounter a particular combination of lines which indicates a premature death. If this is the case, don’t blurt out what you see. Rather, emphasize the need for great care to avoid illness, accidents, violence or whatever the rest of the hand may seem to imply as possible causes. Remember, palmistry is only a diagnosis it’s never a final pronouncement. As a palmist, your attitude is of great importance. Never try to “second guess” your subject by adding on-the-spot observations and facts you know from beforehand. Only read the palm. Ideally you should know nothing whatsoever about the person you’re reading. Their hands and your intuition should be enough. 15 THE HEART LINE The Heart Lines (various ending positions) The heart line governs our emotional lives and shows how we relate to others. It’s the major line nearest the fingers. It runs across the palm, starting under the little finger and usually ends in the area between the first and second finger. Physical heart line If the Heart Line forms a gentle curve, starting under the little finger and ending between the first and second fingers, it’s known as the Physical Heart Line. People with Physical Heart Lines are generally able to express their feelings well. Although they suffer their share of ups and downs, they pick themselves up quickly and get on with their lives. They’re likely to express their feelings in a physical, assertive manner. You could say to someone with this type of heart line: “As your heart line ends right up under the fingers, it shows that you have an open nature and can express your innermost feelings. You’re warm and affectionate. When things go wrong you manage to pick yourself up quickly.” 16 Mental Heart Line The other type of heart line is the Mental (or Humanitarian) Heart Line. This runs in a straight line right across the palm of the hand and does not curve at the end. People with Mental Heart Lines find it hard to express their innermost feelings. They’ll suffer in silence rather than make a scene. They’ll have plenty of romantic feelings which take precedence over common sense. They’re very sensitive and need plenty of room around them. You might say to these people: “You have a heart line that comes straight across your palm. This is known as a Mental Heart Line, and makes it rather difficult for you to express your innermost feelings. It will gradually become easier for you, but you have to work at it. You can be sensitive at times and possibly bottle things up a bit. You like people, but you need to have room around you at the same time.” As this line governs the emotions it’s common to find one with defects, as all of us have ups and downs at different times in our lives. The most common visible signs of trauma are a series of islands on the heart line. These islands indicate a period of difficulty. Generally, the problems stem from a relationship. This makes it very easy to determine if someone had an unhappy marriage followed by a happy one. In this case, the earlier part of the person‘s life (the part nearest the little finger) will have a multitude of islands, while the rest of the line will be clear. Ending Positions The Heart Line’s end location is extremely important. Ideally, it should end between the first and second finger. This gives a balance between the ego (represented by the first finger) and the rest of humanity. People with this are realistic about their emotional life and don’t have impossible expectations. If the line ends on or directly under the first finger, the person will be idealistic and easily hurt. Other people will seldom live up to their expectations, leading to frequent disappointments. 17 If the heart line ends on, or directly under the second finger, the person is inclined to be selfish and think only of themselves and their own personal gratification. They’ll lack emotional involvement. Often, you will find a heart line that forks in two directions at the end. This person has a complex emotional nature. He or she will see both sides of a situation. The Girdle of Venus The Girdle of Venus Every so often you’ll find a Girdle of Venus. This line is often made up of a series of disjointed small lines. It runs parallel to the Heart Line and is located between the Heart Line and the fingers. This indicates an extremely sensitive and highly emotional person who may be unstable and neurotic. 18 THE HEAD LINE The Head Line (various ending positions) The Head Line governs the person’s intellect and shows the quality of their thinking at different stages in life. It also reveals how the person approaches problems and reveals much about their attitude towards life. It’s said that the longer the Head Line, the more intelligent the person may be. But a long Head Line doesn’t guarantee intelligence. Because we only use a small portion of our mental capacity, apparent intelligence is hard to measure. We could learn a new fact every day from birth to death and never run out of brain capacity. Therefore, someone with a long Head Line, but a lazy attitude, will not excel as much as a person with a short Head Line, but a zest for life. It’s better to use the length of the Head Line to estimate how detailed that person’s thinking is. The longer the line, the more complex and involved the thinking. 19 As with the Heart Line, the Head Line can be divided into two main types: 1. The imaginative Head Line 2. The practical Head Line. The Imaginative Head Line The imaginative Head Line curves upwards towards the wrist and ends in the area of the palm known as the Mount of Lunar (imagination). This area is called the creative subconscious and gives the person creativity and good imagination. These people need variety and stimulation in their lives. When you meet someone with this type of headline you can say: “You have a creative, imaginative approach to everything you do. Your work must be interesting, or you quickly lose focus. You work best in aesthetic surroundings and appreciate the finer things in life. You have refined tastes.” The Practical Head Line. The other main type of Head Line is the practical one. This line runs straight across the palm. As the name suggests, this belongs to people who have their feet firmly planted on the ground and live very much in the present. Here you could say: “You have a practical, down-to-earth approach to everything you do. You don’t take much on trust, preferring to work things out for yourself. You like to get down to the bottom of things and make up your own mind.” 20 The Writer‘s fork The Writer’s fork (red) Some times you will find a forked Head Line. One branch goes up to the creative subconscious and the other goes straight across the palm. This combination is known as the Writers Fork. It means the person has a vivid imagination and can come up with good ideas. These ideas or concepts are easily transformed into reality. Writers do this, but so do all sorts of people. This asset would benefit a business person as much as an artist. I have a friend who’s a writer and he has a well-defined Writer’s Fork on his hand. Starting positions If the Head Line touches the Life Line at the start, it means the person is cautious. They like to test the water before jumping in. If the Head Line is separated, but still close to the Life Line, it’s an indication of a confident person who’s been an independent thinker all their life. The further away the Head Line starts from the Life Line, the more independent the person will be. If it starts from the Mount of Jupiter (the mount at the base of the first finger) it’s an indication of someone who’s extremely ambitious and won’t allow anyone or anything to get in the way of their path to the top. 21 If the Head Line starts inside the Life Line, it’s an indication of lack of confidence, probably due to family matters in that person’s early years. If the Head Line starts, attached to the Life Line and remains joined for some distance, it shows that the family influence was so strong that the person was not able (or was not willing) to make decisions on their own. THE LIFE LINE The Life Line (coloured lines) The Life Line is the line that encircles the thumb, starting from the edge of the palm on the side of the first finger going in a semi-circle around the mound at the base of the thumb. Like the other lines it should be clear and well marked. The Life Line is the one everyone thinks they know I don’t know how many times people have come to me and said: “My Peter has a very short life line. Does that mean he’ll die young?” 22 Many children do have short life lines, but this line lengthens as they grow. It’s really impossible to tell when someone will die, simply by looking at the life line. Several other factors are also involved. Moreover, it’s inexcusable for any palmist to tell someone when they’re going to die, as their prediction could become a self-fulfilling prophecy. I know a woman who was told, at sixteen, that she would die at the age of fifty. For years before she reached fifty, she worried about the prediction. Finally, on her fifty first birthday, she felt relieved. Fortunately, she’s still very much alive, but she experienced years of needless stress and anxiety. Even though many other psychics, myself included, assured her the first reading was wrong, she still went through years of agony. So if you think you see some indication of illness or even death in the palm of your clients, please do not tell the client. Tell the client positive things about themselves. Give them hope for the future. Remember, the hands are constantly changing. What you read today, could be very different from what you read a year from now. I never tell anyone when they are going to die, even if the date seems obvious to me. I urge you to do the same. After all, the hands can change and nullify your prediction. A short Life Line does not indicate a short life, just as a long Life Line does not guarantee a long life. You will find some people with all three main lines(Life, Head and Heart) short. The life line is the first line that is formed on the palm and appears by the time the human embryo is eight weeks old. This line is quickly followed by the Heart line and the Head line. It’s interesting to note that these lines appear before the baby is able to make any movements. This means they are not merely “flexure” lines caused by bending the hand, as some critics of palm reading claim. 23 The Life Line is a measure of a person‘s vitality and interest in life. It is a picture of the person‘s life force and reflects the quality of life. It also shows how much energy and strength the person has. Ideally, it should come as far across the palm as possible, as the area encircled by this line (the Mount of Venus) indicates the amount of energy and stamina the person has. Someone with a Life line that hugs the thumb, will be listless, lethargic and lacking energy. Conversely, someone with a life line that comes well across the palm, will have plenty of energy and will be more vibrant and enthusiastic about life. If the Life Line hugs the thumb you might say: “At times you don’t have as much energy as you’d like. You need to make sure you get enough rest and relaxation. Pay some attention to physical fitness and your stamina will increase.” Opposite to what could be said to someone with a Life Line that comes well across the palm: “You have plenty of stamina and energy. If you’re doing something you enjoy, you could go on indefinitely. You enjoy doing physical activities, and when you get tired, you sleep it off very quickly and wake up ready to start again.” 24

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