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The practice is found all over the world, with numerous cultural variations. Those who practice chiromancy are generally called palmists , hand readers , hand analysts , or chirologists. There are many—often conflicting—interpretations of various lines and palmar features across various schools of palmistry. The majority of Academics are against palmistry, although it is symbolized in the Hamza symbol in Judaism, practiced by the highest Hindu caste Brahminis , and is also discussed in the Book of Job indirectly.
Palmistry is a practice common to many different places on the Eurasian landmass;  it has been practised in the cultures of India, Nepal, Tibet, China, Persia, Sumeria, Palestine and Babylonia.
From India, palmistry progressed to Greece where Anaxagoras practiced it. During the Middle Ages the art of palmistry was actively suppressed by the Catholic Church as pagan superstition. In Renaissance magic , palmistry known as "chiromancy" was classified as one of the seven "forbidden arts", along with necromancy , geomancy , aeromancy , pyromancy , hydromancy , and spatulamancy scapulimancy.
Palmistry experienced a revival in the modern era starting with Captain Casimir Stanislas D'Arpentigny's publication La Chirognomie in Hill in with the stated aim to advance and systematise the art of palmistry and to prevent charlatans from abusing the art. A pivotal figure in the modern palmistry movement was the Irish William John Warner, known by his sobriquet , Cheiro. After studying under gurus in India , he set up a palmistry practice in London and enjoyed a wide following of famous clients from around the world, including famous celebrities like Mark Twain , W.
So popular was Cheiro as a "society palmist" that even those who were not believers in the occult had their hands read by him.
The skeptical Mark Twain wrote in Cheiro's visitor's book that he had "…exposed my character to me with humiliating accuracy. Edward Heron-Allen , an English polymath , published various works including the book, Palmistry — A Manual of Cheirosophy , which is still in print. Chiromancy consists of the practice of evaluating a person's character or future life by "reading" the palm of that person's hand. Various "lines" "heart line", "life line", etc.
In some traditions, readers also examine characteristics of the fingers, fingernails, fingerprints, and palmar skin patterns dermatoglyphics , skin texture and color, shape of the palm, and flexibility of the hand. A reader usually begins by reading the person's dominant hand the hand they write with or use the most, which is sometimes considered to represent the conscious mind, whereas the other hand is subconscious. In some traditions of palmistry, the other hand is believed to carry hereditary or family traits, or, depending on the palmist's cosmological beliefs, to convey information about "past-life" or "karmic" conditions.
The basic framework for "classical" palmistry the most widely taught and practiced tradition is rooted in Greek mythology. For example, the ring finger is associated with the Greek god Apollo ; characteristics of the ring finger are tied to the subject's dealings with art, music, aesthetics, fame, wealth, and harmony. But as records of history suggest, it might also be possible for palmistry to have originated in the Sanatan Dharma or the Indic Civilization and further carried over to the Greeks.
Cheiro himself has said that he got the knowledge from studying palmistry in an Indian village named Konkan. Depending on the type of palmistry practiced, and the type of reading being performed, palmists may look at various qualities of the hand, including the shapes and lines of the palm and fingers; the color and texture of the skin and fingernails; the relative sizes of the palm and fingers; the prominence of the knuckles; and numerous other attributes of the hands.
In most schools of palmistry, hand shapes are divided into four or eleven major types, sometimes corresponding to the classical elements or temperaments. Hand shape is believed to indicate character traits corresponding to the type indicated i.
The number and quality of lines can also be included in the hand shape analysis; in some traditions of palmistry, Earth and Water hands tend to have fewer, deeper lines, while Air and Fire hands are more likely to show more lines with less clear definition. Additional major lines or variations include: A simian crease , or fusing of the heart and head lines, has special significance, since this single line must be read to infer details about a subject's emotional and reasoning nature. According to Cheiro, [ citation needed ] this line is thought to endow a person with an intensity of purpose or single-mindedness, the nature of which is decided upon by exact position of this line on the hand and the direction of any branches shooting from it.
In hands where such a line exists without any branches as a singular mark, it is taken to indicate an extremely intense nature and special care is needed for such persons.
The normal position for the simian crease is starting below the index finger and ending where normally the heart line terminates at the edge of the hand below the little finger. The upper part of the palm lying immediately below the fingers is considered to represent the higher or intellectual nature and the lower part of the palm to represent the materialistic side of the nature.
If one of these parts is larger than the other, as decided by the central placement of the simian crease, it shows greater development of that aspect of the nature. Based on this general principle, if the simian crease is placed below its normal position it indicates an intensely intellectual nature. If it is placed above its normal position it indicates an intensely materialistic nature and interests. The direction in which any branches may be found shooting from this line are used to infer more details about the subject's temperament.
The fate line runs from the bottom of the palm near the wrist, up through the center of the palm towards the middle finger. This line is believed to be tied to the person's life path, including school and career choices, successes and obstacles.
Sometimes this line is thought to reflect circumstances beyond the individual's control, or alternately the person's choices and their consequences. Criticism of palmistry often rests with the lack of empirical evidence supporting its efficacy. Scientific literature typically regards palmistry as a pseudoscientific or superstitious belief. I started reading palms in my teens as a way to supplement my income from doing magic and mental shows. When I started I did not believe in palmistry.
After a few years I became a firm believer in palmistry. One day the late Stanley Jaks, who was a professional mentalist and a man I respected, tactfully suggested that it would make an interesting experiment if I deliberately gave readings opposite to what the lines indicated. I tried this out with a few clients. To my surprise and horror my readings were just as successful as ever.
Skeptics often include palmists on lists of alleged psychics who practice cold reading. Cold reading is the practice that allows readers of all kinds, including palmists, to appear psychic by using high-probability guessing and inferring details based on signals or cues from the other person.
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Coronavirus: stay at home Leave your home if it's necessary. A photo reveals a lot about an individual. In fact, a picture can be a good starting point as per samudrik shastra, ancient Indian branch of future predictions on the basis of study of body structure. Samudrik Shastra can be roughly translated to phrenology, which is generally used for prediction using skull structure. Samudrik is an important part of Indian astrology and it is used to predict about individual by seeing structure of a body. Palmistry is one part of Phrenology which is focused on studying palm of an individual and predicting future based on that.
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