Published April 1999
by iUniverse .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||232|
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Discover the key to personal fulfillment and develop a deeper understanding of yourself and other people using this easy-to-follow visual guide to the art of palmistry. Filled with informative color illustrations and photographs of real hands, readings are explained step-by-step with both general insights and specific cases answered as examples/5. Download free Palmistry For All by Cheiro: a classic and most popular book on palmistry containing new information on the study of the hand. Beginners and even advanced learners of palmistry always study his Palmistry for All. Cheiro shares with his reader the secrets of reading anyone's palm. He claims that people can know their own as well as others' true character, potential and intentions. Palmistry Guide / 22 The Index Finger The first finger which is next to thumb is called Index Finger. It represents ego, leadership, desire for recognition and prestige. A longer Index Finger (longer than third finger) indicates desire for power and leadership. The person is egoistic and dominating. Decode the secrets of the palm with "The Complete Book f Palmistry." The ability to read palms can lead you to a better understanding of yourself, as well as the motivations of other people. As soon s you finish the first chapter, you can begin reading palms /5(13).
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