Q is for Questions about Palmistry Blogging A to Z Challenge

Q is for Questions about Palmistry Blogging A to Z Challenge

Which Hand Do You Read?

In 1973, I took a weekend palmistry course taught by a clairvoyant palmist (I’ll call her Aurora) who later gave me a reading that knocked my socks off. I learned from her that the hand you write with is the experience (aka dominant) hand.  Your other hand shows the plan your soul came into this life with. So if they’re similar, it means you’ve followed your soul’s plan. If they aren’t, you’ve struck out on your own.

Can palmistry tell how long I will live from my lifeline?

Not necessarily. You need to know how to spot other indicators in addition to the lifeline. I learned about lifeline length the hard way. I’d taken Aurora’s weekend palmistry course mentioned above, where I learned how to read the main lines (and the thumbs) years before  I read the palm of my dear friend Vic (the hero of my memoir Angel Hero, Murder in Hawai’i, A True Story.) He had a long lifeline, no breaks, so no serious accidents or illnesses. I told him he would have a long life. But I didn’t know how to look for other indicators, such as violence, in his hand. Turned out I was dead wrong.

Can palmistry predict my future?

I also read the palm of the carpentry supervisor, Fred, when I worked for Civil Engineering on Barber’s Point Navy Base. Fred had a break on his lifeline, but his lifeline continued on the other side of the break. I told him he would have a serious illness or accident but he’d survive it and go on to live a long life. Years later, I ran into him. Fred was thin as a rail, and told me he’d survived cancer of the stomach. He said, during his worse days, my words gave him courage and hope that he’d survive. Was this was a self-fulfilling prophesy, or was it a glimpse into the future? I personally think it was the latter.

 

How to read hands?

Read palmistry books, take a course or two, gather as much information as you can, test it on lots of people. Aurora suggested making as many palm prints of friends and family as possible, and practicing on them. She also said that practicing palmistry would develop one’s psychic ability and the ability to see the hand holistically and more than the sum of its parts.

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