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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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I am not into numerology, astrology or palmistry because I have not yet found scientific proof of their validity or accuracy.
He practices palmistry and has great interest in numerology, chiromancy and astrology.He spoke to Nation.
In fact, throughout the corpus of Lovecraft's work, there is almost no reference to cartomancy or palmistry, two well-known divination practices.
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He has mastered almost all the field of astrology, like Numerology, Graphology, Palmistry etc.
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It introduced courses on astrology, palmistry and Hindu rituals.
Dharma (as essence of eternal life, moral law and righteousness); Veda, Yoga and Sidhi (teaching of psychokinesis); and Vastushastra, Numerology, and Palmistry are supported by Indian culture that may maintain paranormal beliefs (20-23).
Her passion for new age emerges as a central theme with spiritual Mexican and Native American forms, palmistry diagrams, and tarot cards adding just a little more magic to her alluring creations.