Palmistry: A Universal Science of Prediction

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The art of palmistry is considered to be initiated during the period of around 3000 B.C. from ancient China. In India, many researchers have found the presence of palm reading practices in various Indian scriptures, which belong to 500 B.C. Palmistry being initiated in ancient China gained popularity with the passage of time, and thus spread to almost all parts of the world. In the world of palmistry, certain names are considered to be historic and modernizers. Aristotle, Alexander the Great, Hippocrates, Cheiro, etc. are some of the most prominent names in the field of palmistry. Among these, Cheiro who penned down several books on palmistry was termed with the title of ‘Father of Palmistry’.

Palmistry is more of a universal form of astrology, rather than an astrology which is confined and accepted by a certain religion or tradition. Palm reading is done on the basis of the study of the palm, which is performed by the experts of palmistry, who are also called as palm readers, palmist, hand readers, hand analysts, etc.. The art of palmistry is not only confined with the Hindu or Indian traditions, but it is equally popular among all parts of the world, however with certain cultural disparities but the same soul.

Palmistry: Reflection of Past, Present, and Future

Palmistry, as defined involves making predictions on the basis of the study of a person’s palm. Study of palm involves studying various aspects of palm. It significantly involves reading of the palm lines both in the inner part as well as those exceeding outside it. Apart from lines, palmistry also involves consideration of the hand shape, fingers shape, skin tone, mounts, fingers formation, fingers setting, and hair on hand, etc. An able palmist always considers all of these aspects before drawing a conclusion about a person’s life.

Palm Reading: Reading Lines on Palm

More precisely, lines on a palm can specifically be called as life line, heart line, fate line, marriage line, etc. Palmistry holds a belief that each and every individual in this world has a different palm with uncommon palm lines, and therefore, everyone is bound to live different lives, even if it is in a slight manner.

Getting into the details, every individual has a total of seven primary lines, and twelve secondary lines. One each in the list of seven primary lines respectively represents life line, head line, heart line, fate line, health line, marriage line, and Sun line or line of Apollo. As the name goes, each of these lines represents a certain aspect of an individual’s life, and thus palmistry involves consideration of these lines individually as well mutually to get results of certain aspects of life, as well as life as a whole. The list of secondary lines includes The Ring of Jupiter, The Line of Mars, The Ring of Saturn, The Ring of Sun, The Girdle of Venus, The Moon Line, The Line of Influence, The Travelling Line, The Lines of Children, The Bracelets, The Casual Lines, and The High Post Line.

While considering these lines, a palmist considers the thickness or thinness of the lines, shape of the lines, length of the lines, clarity of the lines, etc. On the basis of these aspects of the lines, as well as the basis of the nature of mounts on the palm, texture of the skin, shape of the fingers, etc., a palmist is able to implement the rules of palmistry or palm reading, and then accordingly, is able to draw predictions for the future of an individual.

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This article was published on 2011/09/11