We all want to know what the future holds for us. Now imagine yourself being able to go anywhere and give readings that accurately describe a person's past, present and future without the use of any props. You can do it! The technique is known as the art and science of palmistry. Now you can gain immediate access to this wisdom by reading The Instant Palm Reader (formerly titled Palmascope) by Linda Domin.
You'll see how the road of life is mapped out in the palm of your hand your character, personality, childhood, career, finances, family, love life, talents, happiness, and destiny. This book will teach you how to read that map. Linda Domin was a former aerospace scientist. In The Instant Palm Reader she used the same meticulous attention to detail demanded of the space shuttle program, and you can benefit from this work.
The book begins with a brief history of palmistry, followed by an explanation of why palm reading works. You will enjoy this added knowledge and, if you decide to read palms for others, can add it to the information you give to clients.
But the real meat of this book comes with the hundreds of clear, explanatory drawings for the self-guided tour index. It begins by taking every major line on the palm and shows what all of the modifications of that line could represent. For example, the life line curves from between your thumb down toward the wrist. If it hugs the thumb closely it may mean that you might dismiss loved ones upon the slightest provocation. If a line cuts across your life line from the Mount of Venus (at the base of the thumb) to the Mount of the Moon (the heel of the palm below the pinky), it may mean that you have experienced some bad luck with the opposite sex and now have unnecessary fears about deeper involvements. There are 92 descriptions of variations of the life line and drawings that illustrate each description. Similar completeness is given with the Mars Line, Head Line, Saturn Line, Apollo Line, and Mercury Line. The book also covers the meanings of the fleshy cushions on the hand known as the Mounts.
With this system you can go through the book and give yourself a complete analysis of your hand. You can also use it to analyze the hands of others. What fun you'll have going through this book with friends and loved ones! As you interpret their hands, you'll also be learning how to be a palmist.
This book is not just for fun. You can also use it as a guide to learn how to become a professional palmist. It includes a complete short course of the essentials of professional palm reading, taking you step-by-step through everything you need to do. It even includes advice on how to counsel those in need and how much to charge. For a complete introduction to palmistry, get this book.
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