A B C of palmistry by E. Hathaway

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Published by Banner of Light Publishing Company in Boston .

Written in English

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  • Palmistry -- Handbooks, manuals, etc

Edition Notes

In a series of lessons.

Book details

Statementby Hathaway & Dunbar.
GenreHandbooks, manuals, etc.
ContributionsDunbar, M. E., Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBF921 .H4 1903
The Physical Object
Pagination86 p. :
Number of Pages86
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17929237M
LC Control Number32032120

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CHAPTER I. THE DOCTRINES OF THE KABBALA. CHIROMANCY, or, as it is more generally called, Palmistry, is a science of great antiquity, as it is based on the doctrines of the Kabbala-the origin of which is lost in the night of ages. Whether it took its rise first in Chaldea, India, or Egypt   From India, palmistry progressed to Greece where Anaxagoras practiced it.

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Language of the Hand, Guide to the Hand, You and Your Hand, Palmistry for All are Cheiro’s books on palmistry. I think Benham’s The Laws of Scientific Hand read History. A Palmistry or hast rekha can trace its roots back to Greece from Aristotle (– B.C.E.) discovered a treatise on the subject of palmistry on an altar of Hermes, which he then presented to Alexander the Great (– B.C.E.), who took great interest in examining the character of his officers by analyzing the lines on their hands.

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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 ’s. Palmistry is also mentioned favourably in the Old   The Hindu sage Valmiki is thought to have written a book, whose title translates in English as "The Teachings of Valmiki Maharshi on Male Palmistry", comprising stanzas, more than 5, years ago.

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See :// Origins of Palmistry Palmistry was already a well-defined discipline when Aristotle wrote it in B.C. “Palmistry is a judgement made of the conditions, inclinations, and fortunes of men and women, from the various lines and characters which nature has imprinted in the hands and which are as various as the hands that have them.”   FORTUNE THROUGH PALM.

Indian Vedic Palmistry is a science of hand reading that predicts the past, present and future of humanbeings.

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“Magg’s book is the result of practicing palmistry for years. The practical part is one of the big strengths of this book.”Clemens Ludwig in MERIDIAN, ://   In an ancient dusty palmistry book I will briefly go over the meaning of the different interpretations of the signs on the palm.

A cross indicates a good judgement of character when it comes to relationships, fork suggests that you are going to be impulsive and artistic in the future. Dot found on the Mount of Venus suggests that you are going Apart from predicting a person's future by his Janma Kundali (Horoscope), palmistry is another way for those, who don't have any idea of their birth date & time.

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Lines that run across the palm, the mounts (or fleshy parts) of the palm and the structure of fingers hold the secret to your past   History. Palmistry or hast rekha can trace its roots back to Greece from Aristotle (– B.C.E.) discovered a treatise on the subject of palmistry on an alter of Hermes, [1] which he then presented to Alexander the Great (– B.C.E.), who took great interest in examining the character of his officers by analyzing the lines on their hands.

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