The Art of Hand Reading

The Art of Hand Reading

Book - 1999
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Baker & Taylor
Looks at the history of palmistry, describes the various lines that are found on the hand and how they are interpreted, and tells what hand analysis is supposed to reveal about compatibility, health, occupations, money, travel, and retirement

Publisher: New York, NY : DK Pub., c1999
ISBN: 9780789448378
Branch Call Number: 133.6 R272a, 1999
Characteristics: 120 p. : ill. ; 24 cm


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Not just for gypsies, this practical book demystifies palm reading. Turns out that palms, like fingers, have unique prints and that they reflect personality, health, and physical history. Hand type, mounds, and lines offer accurate glimpses into a person's life history, and prove helpful in planning future life strategies. Well worth reading, with comprehensive diagrams and illustrations.

Kris--Pt. Roberts, whose chubby lower fingers denote hoarding tendencies (but I'm working on it!).


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