What is Palmistry?
Palmistry is one of the oldest studies in the world.
In the original Hebrew of the book of Job (chapter xxxvii, ver.7), we find these significant words: "God caused signs or seals on the hands of all the sons of men, that the sons of men might know their works."
Palmistry is said to have originated in India and then spread throughout China eventually finding its way to Egypt, Greece and then to Europe.
The reading of hands is not a mere superstition. It is a science that was studied by the ancients along with astrology and has developed and been used ever since, right up until this present day.
Despite its suppression throughout the Middle Ages and the prohibited use of it during the reign of King Henry VIII (who banned palmistry and other alternative practices, brandishing those who used it as sorcerers and devil worshipers). It is still flourishing more than ever today, especially in these stressful modern times when we are all searching for truth and answers within ourselves.
Many doctors and psychologists who have investigated its science have shown from their conclusions that hands have the potential to reveal a person's character, health and psychological states.
Although Palmistry is a science and an art, by using psychic intuition a much greater understanding can be achieved.
The one thing that many people do not know about palmistry, is that the lines on the palm as well as the shape of the hands do change, within as little as two-three months.