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Palm reading is a lot easier than you may think. No cards, no coins, no charts of the planets-just a hand and the knowledge in this book. Whether your interest is. About the Author Richard Webster was born in Auckland, New . Consequently, the basic principles of palmistry have been around for a long. This book is intended to be a practical, hands-on, easy-to-understand introduction to palmistry. Palmistry is possibly the oldest of the occult sciences. It is still.
However, you will find that almost everyone has three bracelets. Often, these signs are seen only while the person is contemplating or doing the change. People without a destiny line often lead interesting and varied lives. It is a sign of caution and timidity when the fingers are held together. Adrienne W.
With an OverDrive account, you can save your favorite libraries for at-a-glance information about availability. Find out more about OverDrive accounts. Palm reading is a lot easier than you may think. No cards, no coins, no charts of the planets-just a hand and the knowledge in this book.
Whether your interest is serious or casual, Palm Reading for Beginners will open a world of insight into yourself, your friends, your family, and your future! Announce in any gathering that you read palms and you will be flocked by people thrilled to show you their hands.
When you are have finished Palm Reading for Beginners , you will be able to look at anyone's palm including your own and confidently and effectively tell them about their personality, love life, hidden talents, career options, prosperity, and health. In palmistry we are always looking for a balance. Three lines are far too few, and hundreds of fine lines of nervous energy are far too many.
I find it best to look at the lines in a specific order. I start with the heart line, followed by the head line, life line, and destiny line. After this, I look at the life line, which is actually the most important line on the hand. Finally the destiny line tells me about their path through life.
I gradually build up a picture of the whole person as I make my way along these lines. The heart line is the major line that runs across the palm closest to the fingers. It starts at the side of the palm below the little finger, proceeds across the hand, and finishes in the area of the first or second fingers. The heart line can either curve or remain reasonably straight at the end.
A heart line that curves at the end is known as a physical heart line figure This line will end either close to the base of the first two fingers, or most commonly, somewhere in between them.
P hysical Heart Line People with a physical heart line find it comparatively easy to express their innermost needs and feelings. They express themselves in a confident and assertive manner.
When things go wrong, they pick themselves up quickly and carry on with their lives. The other type of heart line is called a mental heart line.
This runs straight across the palm and does not curve toward the fingers at the end figure People with this type of heart line find it harder to express their innermost feelings, and need to be told frequently that they are loved and desired.
They are sensitive and easily hurt. They are inclined to bottle up their feelings and will suffer in silence rather than make a scene. Mental Heart Line In a sense, the physical heart line is proactive, while the mental heart line is reactive.
This is an exaggeration, of course, but it gives some idea of the difference between these two types of heart line. Obviously, from a compatibility point of view, it is easier if the two partners have similar heart lines that end in the same place.
The heart line is also closely related to the soul, since the ability to love and be loved is connected to the divine. If the heart line ends below the first finger figure 15 , the person is overly idealistic, and is likely to feel let down and disappointed at times by the actions of others. When the heart line ends under the second finger figure 16 , the person will be concerned only with his or her own needs, and will not have much interest in the needs of others.
This person will have a lack of emotional involvement. Heart Line Ending Below Second Finger The easiest position for the heart line to end in is between the first and second fingers figure This gives a balance between extreme idealism and selfishness.
This person will be concerned with both his or her own needs, but will also be interested in the needs of others. He or she will also be realistic and keep both feet firmly on the ground. This means that the person has some of the qualities of both the physical and mental heart lines.
Consequently, he or she will have a complex emotional nature. People with a fork at the end of the heart line are able to see opposing points of view. Occasionally, you will find a heart line that has split into three lines at the end. However, I have noticed that this is only the case when the person is inside a strong, close, and stable relationship. The heart line should be smooth and well marked for its entire length. Unfortunately, this is extremely uncommon.
The heart line reflects our emotional lives, and we all have ups and downs at times. These are usually relationship problems.
Consequently, it is easy to see if someone had a bad relationship followed by a good one. The heart line will be full of islands at the time of the difficult relationship, but will then become clear once the person has entered into. A single island on the heart line is a sign of depression at the time indicated. Crosses and breaks on the line indicate a time of emotional loss.
This usually marks the end of a relationship, which could mean a separation, or the death of the partner. A heart line that is strong, well marked, deep, and reasonably clear shows that the person will be basically happy, and will enjoy a fruitful and stable emotional life.
Frequently, you will find a short fine line that runs parallel to the heart line at the very end. This is an extremely fortunate sign, showing that the person will enjoy a strong, long-lasting relationship that is still there in his or her old age. As many people are concerned about being lonely in their old age, I always point this out whenever I see it in a palm.
Head Line The head line reveals the intellect and how the person uses his or her brain. It starts on the side of the hand, between the base of the thumb and the first finger, and crosses the palm towards the little finger side. It either goes across in a reasonably straight line, or alternatively curves towards the wrist. Again, this line should be clear and well marked.
A faint head line shows that the person has mental ability that is not being used. This line can be long or short. People with short head lines are shrewd and think quickly. However, they skim over the surface and are not as interested in the details as people with long head lines. At one time it was believed that the longer the head line was, the more intelligent the person would be. This is certainly not the case, since the presence of a long head line is no guarantee that the person will use this ability.
In fact, we all have an unlimited capacity to learn, and people with short head lines are certainly not disadvantaged in any way. If the head line crosses the palm in a reasonably straight line and does not curve towards the wrist, the person is logical, practical, down-to-earth, and unimaginative figure Imaginative, Creative Head Line When the head line curves towards the wrist, inside the area known as the passive-inner quadrant, the person will be imaginative and creative figure The greater the curve is, the more imaginative the person will be.
This can come out in a variety of ways. It may simply indicate someone who tells lies, even when it is not necessary. It could indicate a poet, an actor, a musician, or even a daydreamer. We have to look at other aspects of the hand to determine how, and if, this creative potential is being used.
Writers do this, of course, but so do many other people. It gives an inventive slant to the brain, and has been a saving grace to many people with imaginative head lines. Not only do they come up with wonderful ideas, but they then get busy and make them happen. Head Line with Distinct Bend at the End Material Needs If the head line has a distinct bend at the very end, the person will have strong material needs and will do whatever is required to satisfy those desires figure If the head line touches the life line at the start, it denotes a cautious person who will think before acting figure When there is a gap between the start of the head line and the life line, the person will be independent and impulsive figure The larger the gap between these two lines, the more outspoken, impulsive, and independent the person will be.
It also shows how enthusiastic the person is about his or her life. There are more misconceptions about this line than about any other aspect of palmistry. In fact, the life line has little or no bearing on length of life, and short life lines usually lengthen as the person ages. The life line shows the degree of vitality and energy the person has at any time in his or her life. It also shows how enthusiastic and passionate the person is.
Consequently, it is strongly related to the degree of pleasure the person gets out of life. Although I do not read this line first, it is by far the most important line on the hand, since it clearly shows the amount of life and energy the person has at every. The life line starts on the side of the hand between the Jupiter first finger and thumb. It then sweeps in a semi-circle around the thumb, ending close to the base of the palm, near the wrist. A life line that comes well across the palm reveals someone with a great deal of stamina and energy figure This person will be adventurous, take chances, and make the most of every opportunity.
A life line that closely hugs the thumb belongs to someone who is half alive, listless, and lacking in energy and enthusiasm figure Life Line T hat Hugs the T humb Lacking in Energy The raised mound encircled by the life line is known as the mount of Venus, and determines how passionate the person is. The mound should be raised and feel slightly firm to the touch. The higher it is, the more passionate the person will be.
If it is spongy to the touch, the person will be interested in sensual pleasures and will overindulge whenever the opportunity arises. Worry Lines I have seen mounts of Venus that are inverted.
People with this formation have no interest in sex and usually dislike people of the opposite sex. They are inclined to be cold and unfeeling. The starting position of the life line is important.
With most people it starts approximately halfway between the base of the first finger and the thumb. This, incidentally, is the perfect position for it to start, since in palmistry we are always looking for balance. If the life line starts closer to the first finger than this, the person will be ambitious and determined to achieve his or her goals. This trait becomes more pronounced the closer to the first finger the life line begins.
Conversely, if the life line starts close to the thumb, the person will be lacking in ambition and take life exactly as it comes. The life line itself should be deep, clear, and well marked.
Someone with a line like this will enjoy good health and be passionate about life. Most life lines are a mixture. The line might be well marked for part of its length and then become fainter for a while before becoming strong again. This is likely to have been. Islands on the life line reveal depression at the time indicated.
They can also indicate a period of hospitalization. A chained life line is an indication of numerous health problems, usually of an emotional nature. Breaks on the life line are common and are usually periods when the person changes his or her outlook on life.
Sometimes, though, these breaks can be dramatic, and are usually caused by a relationship breakdown or a health problem. Usually, any break will be covered by an overlap of the line, which provides a form of protection at the time indicated. Sister Line A sister line is a fine line on the thumb side of the life line figure It is also known as the line of Mars. Some people have a sister line that covers the entire length of the life line. Usually though, it is found at the start of the life line, covering the growing up years.
The sister line is rather like having two life lines and provides additional protection for the person at the times indicated. If someone has a sister line near the end of his or her life line, for instance, this person will be protected in later life and will not end up bedridden or incapacitated. A sister line is always a fortunate line to see on a hand. Worry Lines Many people have a series of fine lines that radiate out from the base of the thumb towards the life line, sometimes even crossing it figure These are known as worry lines.
Some people have very few of these, while other people have hundreds. Most people worry about things that never happen, and the person with hundreds of worry lines will worry incessantly about virtually everything. Interestingly, it is common for such a person to be married to a partner who has very few of these lines. Obviously, he or she does not need to worry at all, since the partner is doing enough worrying for both of them! A square on the life line can be positive or negative.
As the name indicates, this provides strength, support, and protection at a time when the person needs it. It shows that the person will have enough energy to successfully handle the situation.
P rotective Square A square that straddles the life line but is not covering a break indicates a period of confinement. This could mean a period of time spent in a closed society, such as a monastery. However, it usually means a period of time in prison. It depends purely on the circumstances and the reasons why I am giving the reading. Often a square such as this is a result of a youthful indiscretion and nothing is served by mentioning it.
However, I almost always mention it, if it is in the future. I also tell the person that he or she has the power to change his or her destiny, and that the square can disappear from the palm before the person reaches it.
The hand is a map of potentials and is always changing. Destiny Line The destiny line provides the vehicle through which the heart, head, and life lines express themselves. Everyone has a heart, head, and life line. Not everyone has a destiny line. The destiny line is roughly in the middle of the palm, starting near the wrist and running towards the fingers figure It is complicated by the fact that it can start anywhere near the base of the hand, and finish close to any of the fingers.
However, most destiny lines start close to, or even touching, the life line and head towards the second finger. When this situation occurs, it shows that the person did not know what to do with his or her life until reaching the age where the destiny line began.
Both of his parents were teachers, and he grew up wanting to follow in their footsteps. It is unusual to find a destiny line that is uniformly clear and well marked throughout its length.
Other people have destiny lines that are strong for a while, but then fade or even disappear for a time before returning. This shows that the person knew what he or she was doing for a period of time, but then went through a stage where he or she was drifting aimlessly, without a sense of direction.
The most fortunate people are those who decide at an early age what they want to do with their lives, and then go out and make it happen. These people will always have a strong, clear, well-marked life line. Most people have no real idea of what they want to do with their lives. Consequently, the periods in their lives when their destiny line is strong and well marked indicate the times when they knew where they were going, and were working hard to achieve whatever their goal or dream was.
All good athletes have strong destiny lines. Obviously, to succeed in any highly competitive field, you have to be motivated, determined, and focused. A strong destiny line provides all of these qualities. The presence of a destiny line means that, generally speaking, the person is protected and will usually manage to make the right decision or do the right thing. In the past, palmists believed that the presence of a long destiny line guaranteed success.
However, people also need to be motivated to become successful. A lazy person with a long destiny line will achieve only a fraction of what he or she is capable of, because there is no deep desire to be successful. I have seen many beggars in India with long, well-marked destiny lines.
This does not mean success. It simply means that they have followed the same career right through life. It used to surprise me whenever I read the palms of a successful person who did not have a destiny line.
People without a destiny line often lead interesting and varied lives. They drift from one thing to another, taking life pretty much as it comes. I have read the palms of many misfits, criminals, and people who suffer from addictions of all sorts who do not have a destiny line. Consequently, it is comparatively unusual to meet a highly successful person without a destiny line.
Often, as they become successful, a line will form to show that the person has finally worked out the future direction of his or her life. At one stage in my life I was a pitchman demonstrating products at fairs and shows. I enjoyed the fact that I would work incredibly hard for the time the show was on, and then have a week or two off before starting again.
I found it fascinating that most of my fellow pitchmen lacked a destiny line. They enjoyed the lifestyle and the fact that they could sell a certain product for as long as they wished and then switch to selling something else. They might sell saucepans for six months, and then switch to knives or ballpoint pens. The lack of a destiny line revealed their interesting and unorthodox path through life. Highly successful sales.
However, they focus on a specific career and follow it through. My pitchmen friends only worked as hard as they needed to to make ends meet. I believe that we have the power to change our lives. In Revealing Hands I told the story of a man whose hands showed that he was going to spend most of his life in prison.
However, he changed his way of thinking, turned his life around, and is now leading a happy and successful life. Starting Positions The destiny line usually starts close to, or joined to, the life line. This usually means that the person was brought up in a close family environment. He or she would have been taught right from wrong, and would have had someone to turn to when things were not going well.
If the destiny line starts away from the life line, approximately halfway across the palm, the person would have had a more independent start in life figure This could be caused by a number of factors. Perhaps the child was an orphan, or was sent away to boarding school. Destiny Line Starting Well Away from the Life Line Independent Outlook If the destiny line starts more than halfway across the palm, we have a person who has always been strongly independent, and has never liked being told what to do.
If the destiny line starts well inside the passive-inner quadrant it is an indication that the person wants to achieve public recognition for his or her accomplishments. People with this type of destiny line have a need to be liked and appreciated by others. Ending Positions The ending position of the destiny line is extremely useful because it gives an indication of what the person enjoys doing.
The destiny line crosses the heart line at the age of forty-nine. If it stops on the heart line the person will become middle-aged and set in his or her ways. If the destiny line carries on beyond the heart line, the person. People with this ending position are likely to follow normal, orthodox careers. They might become bankers, teachers, or own a small business. It is unusual for the destiny line to end under the first finger. People with this ending are likely to choose politics, philosophy, religion, or law as a career.
This ending position is related to pride and ambition. People who have a destiny line that ends under the third finger are happiest in a creative field. This could be art, literature, music, interior decorating, and any other career that utilized this interest. The lady who owns a florist shop near my home has a destiny line that almost touches her third finger. She worked as a secretary until she was in her mid-thirties, and then suddenly discovered what she was meant to be doing.
Occasionally, you will find a destiny line that crosses the palm diagonally and finishes below the little finger. Someone with this formation needs to use his or her voice to communicate.
Entertainers and sales people are good examples. I once read the palm of a well-known stage actress who had a destiny line like this. She could express herself unbelievably well on stage, but was painfully shy and reserved when she was not performing. She told me that she lived only for the times when she was on stage, in front of an audience. Double Destiny Line Sometimes you will find people who have what appear to be two destiny lines that run parallel to each other for part of their length.
The extra line is on the thumb side of the palm. This denotes someone who is capable of doing a number of tasks at the same time. This person might be just as involved in a hobby as she or he is in a career, or perhaps the career and home life are of equal importance. It is always a sign of versatility. Other Factors You will sometimes find a destiny line that has a distinct break in it. If the line stops and then starts again to one side of the original line, it is a sign of a change of direction.
Often, these signs are seen only while the person is contemplating or doing the change. Once the change has been made, the two lines frequently join again to form a single destiny line. For some years I sold printing machines. I was totally unsuited for this occupation, and stayed in it for as long as I did only because it was extremely lucrative. During that time my destiny line had a distinct break in it.
When I gave up the job and became a full-time psychic and teacher, my destiny line slowly turned into one distinct line again. Occasionally, you will find a destiny line that veers away from its normal path and touches the life line before carrying on. Squares on the destiny line are a good sign and provide protection that shields the person from difficulties.
Now that we know something about the main lines, we will move on to determining timing in the hand, before covering the minor lines. Timing on the Hand For thousands of years palmists have argued about how to time events on the hand. I remember a heated discussion I had with several palmists in New Delhi thirty years ago, during which one gave another a black eye as they argued about how to time events. The rest of us agreed to differ, since we all had different ideas on the subject. In fact, there are a number of fundamental differences between Eastern and Western palmistry, and they were just as surprised to learn how I timed events on a hand as I was to learn their methods.
In practice, you have to look at both hands to determine the timing of important events. It is best if you can locate an important event that happened to the person in the past, and then measure backwards and forwards from that date. Unfortunately, there is no automatic method that works every time. In the course of my practice, I have experimented with all of the methods that are described here. However, I also use my intuition.
I believe it is possible to become a capable palm reader without using any intuition at all. If you want to become an outstanding palmist, though, you must trust and act on your intuition. I have a good example of this.
Many years ago, shortly after I became a professional palmist, I was invited to read the palms of all the guests at a private party. I thoroughly enjoy bookings of this sort. The atmosphere is friendly and relaxed, and I have the opportunity to examine many hands in the course of the evening. Unfortunately, this night I was not feeling well, and arrived at the party with a bad headache. I was placed in a dark corner to do the readings. I have learned to be prepared for any eventuality, and had a flashlight and magnifying glass with me.
However, when I began the first reading, I found that the concentration required made my headache worse. I managed to get rid of the headache in my sleep. The next morning, the lady who had hosted the party phoned me. She was ecstatic about the readings I had given. Apparently, I had been incredibly specific and accurate about events that had happened in the past, and everyone had been extremely impressed.
I was amazed. The whole evening had been a total blur for me. I was unable to focus and concentrate, and had done all the readings by saying the first thing that popped into my head.
Obviously, I was tuning in to my intuition, and by doing so had given better. Ever since then, I have always said whatever pops into my mind, even though it may not make any sense to me.
I may tell the client that it is an intuitive flash, and not something that I see in his or her palms. However, as I am holding and examining their hands, it is quite possible that I am obtaining the information through some form of psychometry. It takes a great deal of practice to become good at timing events on a hand. Be patient.
Try all the methods described here. Ask questions of your clients to determine how accurate you are. Be cautious of anyone who claims to be able to determine the actual month and day of a certain event. It is hard enough to determine the year accurately, and it is impossible to determine the day and month without using intuition. William G. Benham wrote: Others are successful within two, three, or five years. No one can do more than fix the year in which such an event occurs, if he relies entirely upon the rules of Palmistry.
Destiny Line By far the easiest way to determine timing is to use the destiny line figure It takes the next fourteen years to reach the heart line at age fortynine , and the rest of the life is taken up with whatever part of the destiny line remains.
Consequently, the first part of the destiny line, up to where it meets the head line, can be divided into three, giving the approximate ages of twelve and twenty-four. Likewise, the section between the head and heart lines can be divided in half, to give the age of forty-two. Timing Using the Destiny Line It may seem strange that the first thirty-five years of life take up the bulk of the destiny line. This is because it is the time when we are growing up and working out what we want to do with our lives.
By the age of thirty-five, most people have a reasonably clear idea of what they want to do. However, I have a friend of eighty-three who is still trying to work out what he wants to do with his life!
Between the ages of thirty-five and forty-nine the person is usually following a stable path.
He or she is likely to be in a permanent relationship and progressing in a career. Obviously, if this is the not the case, there will be changes in the destiny line between the head and heart lines. It certainly does not mean that they have no destiny after that age.
All it means is that most people are set in their ways by that time, and, consequently, there are no great changes of direction in their fifties, sixties, or seventies. People with a destiny line that carries on well beyond the heart line will experience new and different activities in later life. This could be a sign of a late starter, in many cases. It is often an indication of longevity. Head Line The head line usually shows about seventy years of life figure Naturally, if the person gets beyond that age, the head line will grow to reflect that.
However, if you are reading the palms of someone who is less than, say, sixty years old, you can divide the head in life in half, to give the age of thirty-five.
Naturally, each half can be divided again and again, to make the measurements as precise as you wish. Life Line The most accurate timing can be done using the life line. The simplest method is to divide the life line in two, by imagining a line running down the middle of the second finger and down the palm until it touches the life line. This is approximately the age of thirty-five.
In fact, this system can also provide two other ages. An imaginary line running down the middle of the first finger and onto the palm reaches the life line at the age of ten.
A similar line beginning from between the first and second fingers reaches the life line at the age of twenty. Timing Using the Life Line You can use these basic divisions for more precise timing. For instance, the age of seventy is where the life line curves back around the thumb at the base of the hand.
The distance between the imaginary line marking the age of thirty-five and the position where the life line starts to go back around the thumb is a period of thirty-five years. If you divide this part of the life line in two, you will be at the age of fifty-two and a half. Dividing it in three gives you the ages of almost fortyseven and fifty-nine. You can keep on dividing indefinitely to get more and more precise with your timing. In practice, if I wanted to be absolutely specific, I would take a palm print of the hand and then use mathematical dividers for total accuracy.
In the past, people died much younger than we do today. Consequently, this has to be taken into account with any method of determining time from the life line. Describe a circle until the compass point reaches the life line.
This marks a period of ten years. Now place the compass point that was on Apollo between the Apollo and Mercury fingers and describe another circle. This one marks out twenty years. After this extend the compass out to the outermost part of the base of the Mercury finger and make another circle. This one marks forty years. Next the free point of the compass is placed on the heart line at the point it reaches the top of the palm.
The circle created marks fifty years. I have found that this system works only with people who have average life lines. If the life line either hugs the thumb or comes well across the palm, this system is worthless. This method also devotes far too much space for the first ten years of life.
Desbarrolles learned this method from the Gypsies and used it for some forty years, before deciding that it was not accurate enough. It is interesting to reflect that perhaps this system did work thousands of years ago, but the shapes of our hands have altered so much since then that this method is no longer valid.
Life Line Two Another method of timing is to measure the length of the life line from where it begins to where it starts to turn back around the thumb. The age at this point is about seventy. Once we have this length, we can determine any age we want. For instance, half of that length will be thirty-five. Some people have life lines that go right around the thumb and finish only because the skin patterns end.
This is generally considered to indicate one hundred years of life. However, you must remember that by doing this we are only measuring periods of time. A long life line is no guarantee that the person will live to a ripe old age. A third method is to mentally divide the life line into three equal sections from where it begins to about the age of seventy. Each section marks out twenty to twenty-five years. A serious event, such as an illness or accident, is usually shown clearly on the life line.
By asking when that occurred, you will be able to date past and future events using it as a guide. However, if by asking a question I can be more accurate and precise, I will certainly do so. Occasionally, people come for a reading determined not to say a word, because they do not want to give the palmist any clues. I find this attitude rather strange,. I am happy to give readings to people who remain absolutely silent, but it takes longer to do a reading this way, and may not always cover the subjects they are especially interested in in great depth.
By asking a few questions, I can both save time and be more helpful. In India, it is common to use a piece of thread to determine timing.
The thread is used to measure the distance from where the life line begins on the side of the palm to where it crosses on to the palmar surface. This represents seven years. The thread can then be used to measure seven year cycles all the way up the life line. This is similar to a method used by Cheiro, who also divided the life line into seven year periods. The Henri Mangin Method Henri Mangin was a famous French palmist, who published a number of books in the s and s.
In his most famous book, La Main, miroir du destin,4 he explained his system for determining time. Whether your interest is serious or casual, Palm Reading for Beginners will open a world of insight into yourself, your friends, your family, and your future! Announce in any gathering that you read palms and you will be flocked by people thrilled to show you their hands. When you are have finished Palm Reading for Beginners , you will be able to look at anyone's palm including your own and confidently and effectively tell them about their personality, love life, hidden talents, career options, prosperity, and health.
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