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PALMISTRY

When astrology originated with a combination of the science of astrology, there was another significant method of fortune-telling- palmistry. Palmistry is also known as chiromancy, chirology, or simply palm reading. In simple words, the practice of determining one’s fate through reading palms is called palmistry. The palms of the human hands have many lines and undulations that are specifically used to read the nature, personality, life events, and other notable characteristics of an individual.

The reading of the palms or the skill of palmistry can be related as early as the Stone Ages. The palms of the human hands have always been a major center of interest. The early cave drawings also feature some paintings of human hands. The caves in Africa, Spain, and France have some of these drawings. So, it was even before the birth of Christ, palmistry was performed!

During the Aryan civilization, some Vedic scriptures were written in the early Sanskrit language. The mention of palmistry was clearly stated in these scriptures. However, they were used only by the noble philosophers and the palmists. The scriptures were kept away from the commoners, due to fear of being misused.

 

When the famous Irish astrologer, Louis Hamon Count (Cheiro) visited India, he had gone through these scripts on palmistry. He traveled to various parts of the country and came across the Brahmin Joshi family. Cheiro learned from the Brahmin about ‘Hasth Samudrik Shastra’. This later came to be known as ‘Palmistry’. In western culture, it was called palm reading or hand reading.

Cheiro introduced this new method of divination to society and the mastery was passed on through generations. During the era, many kings and princes sought assistance from the palmists and the astrologers before making any significant decision- even before going for battles.

 

The early Greeks and the Romanians also practiced palmistry during the 16th and 17th centuries. So, the period of Renaissance also saw the rise of palmistry as a crucial segment of astrology. Some philosophers and doctors also exercised palmistry to enhance their prowess. However, it was only in the 20th century when palm reading or hand reading was recognized for its conceptual and corporal effects. The earliest known work on palmistry was by Julius Spier. The book was called ‘Hands of Children’ released in 1944. It was written by Carl Jung. In 1990, Andrew Fitzherbert published the next book inspired by the previous book.

 

In the present day, the palmists believe that the lines and undulations in the hands of an individual are the purest sources to determine fate. Fate means the past, present, and future of a human being. It suggests the journey a man will undertake while he is still living. This involves significant events, the ups and downs, the flaws and qualities, and the negative and the positive energies. Thus, the palm of individual acts as a mirror! It reflects the chronicle of life.

 

In palmistry, the shape of the palm and fingers, the main and the additional lines, the mounts, and the symbols are studied to determine a person’s fate. For example, when there is an imperfection in the heart line, then the person may suffer from a heart ailment. Thereafter, the palms reveal the positive as well as the negative outlook of a person.

KNOW YOUR PALM LINES- FEEL SUCCESS IN YOUR HANDS!

The impact of palmistry on modern astrology has an extensive influence. Today, palm reading has become an effective source in determining the fate of a person. Your palm speaks a lot about your life journey. When you look at your palm, you will notice some prominent lines and some secondary lines. But do you know these lines tell plenty of things about your life- the events like marriage, job, business, relationships, mishaps, wealth, prosperity, health, success, travel, and many more.

It is not only the lines, but even the fingers and the mounts also disclose many important parameters. It is true, the palm lines get blurred as you age. So, when you still have got time, visit a palmist and bring some positive changes in your life!

It is not only the lines, but even the fingers and the mounts also disclose many important parameters. It is true, the palm lines get blurred as you age. So, when you still have got time, visit a palmist and bring some positive changes in your life!