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palmistry

the process or art of interpreting character, telling fortunes, etc., by the configuration of lines, marks, and bumps on a person's hand
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Chakras, Plain & Simple" by professional astrologer, palmist, and tarot card reader Sasha Fenton is an accessible, comprehensive, and user-friendly introductions to the seven major chakras (those spinning vortexes of energy throughout the body) and presents ways of healing the emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual problems that arise when the chakras are blocked, misaligned, or too open.
The shots of it here, each printed at over two feet tall, were made in the summer of 1980 and the winter of 1981, and it was in photos like these, and like the still larger prints showing a straggly but grand Alabama pear tree, from 2002 and 2000, that the show's summer/winter device was most effective: We depend on winter to actually see the palmist store, since in the summer photo it's almost buried in the foliage that is overtaking it, while the pear tree, effulgent in summer, in winter becomes a colorless skeleton.
There is indeed no concealment for the palmist who has allowed his/her life to bask in God.
She had asked the palm reader what type of bad news but the palmist said it was hard to see, but it seemed due to take place around a weekend in the middle of March.
Palmistry, Plain & Simple: The Only Book You'll Ever Need" by professional astrologer, palmist, and tarot card reader Sasha Fenton is a practical guide that demonstrates how easy it is to read hands for fun and insight.
Not even Government House at the territorial capital at its palmist could exceed Beaulieu as it appeared last night with its gay company of handsome women and their escorts.
Meanwhile in Varanasi on Saturday, a 35- year- old man was arrested for allegedly trying to molest a French tourist after posing as a palmist.
Mr Gull was also known as a palmist and wrote detailed features on important personalities and used to contribute weekly column to Daily Pakistan as an expert palmist.
I believe that the palmist Madam Zoleeda's name in O'Connor's "A Stroke of Good Fortune" is a clever nod to Zuleika Dobson's name and profession as an indifferently talented magician.
His future mother-in-law, however, is less than keen and enlists the help of a palmist to determine his previous character and future prospects.
The resort also employs a palmist and astrologer for guest use, noting that ancient rulers in the region were fascinated by star alignments and fortunetelling.