Chinese Palmistry: A Guide to the Ancient Oriental Art of Hand Reading

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Vega, 2003 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 240 pages
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It was the Chinese who really developed the technique of reading palms to analyze people, and turned it into a science. This simple and practical illustrated handbook distills years of valuable information on the subject, enabling anyone to use this powerful tool to uncover details about a person's character, health, and future. Here are more than 200 extremely detailed readings, based on the five main lines and eight mounts defined on the palm; each interpretation has its own explanation and illustration. Find out how to read different types of hands, from the soft and delicate to the strong and compact; how to decipher fingerprints; and what each line and mount signifies. Figure by figure, learn what configurations of lines and bumps on the palm reveal selfishness, maturity, love and jealousy, good intuition in romance, artistic talents, a difficult old age, an impending accident, and much more.

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Yang is an internationally acclaimed fortune-teller, specializing in face reading, feng shui, and Chinese astrology. Born in the Year of the Ox, he is a direct descendent of the legendary Chinese sage Yang Chui Pun.

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