palmistry


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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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Synopsis: Palmistry is the practice of foretelling the future through the study of the palm, also known as palm reading or chirology.
Roman's specialty is palmistry, and he can pull off a pretty convincing aura or crystal read too.
You might want to work on your interests in psychology, graphology, dowsing, palmistry or astrology.
I dabbed his palm and fingers over with the home-made oil I used for my official seal and pressed the whole hand on the back of the contract and we studied it together with a good deal of chaff about palmistry, copying his palm to mine in another impression.
A Study of handwriting B Palmistry C Massage D Mime performance QUESTION 13 - for 13 points: Which British city has an anchor as its silver hallmark?
Helen Whittle come from a family of talented “psychics,” where tea cup readings, tarot card readings, palmistry and psychometry was the norm.
Sorcery--a term which encompasses, among others, horoscope reading, palmistry, witchcraft and black magic--is an ancient business in Yemen.
it might be noteworthy whether the decision was framed by reference to astrology rather than palmistry or the reading of entrails, although it is possible to choose any of these techniques in good or bad faith, to apply any one well or badly by its own terms, and to make a choice of technique consistent with or divergent from one's usual choices").
Go along for holistic therapies, natural health and organic produce, clairvoyants and tarot readers, palmistry, crystals, crafts, reiki and crystal healing, cafe and much more.
In colonial Australia, a small group of commercial fortune-tellers drew on astrology, palmistry, numerology, phrenology and other forms of predictive diagnosis about the future as they plied their trade on the fringes of respectable society.
The chapter opens with a discussion of Woolf's brief dabble in palmistry in 1935 at Aldous Huxley's house where Dr.
For example, unworthy activities such as palmistry and horoscope preparation are described as tiracchanvijj (animal knowledge) and gossip is called tiracchanakatha ("animal talk") (Childers 508).