The Encyclopedia of Palmistry

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Berkley Publishing Group, Jan 1, 1996 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 299 pages
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From basic interpretation to reading between the fine lines, The Encyclopedia of Palmistry is a complete, exhaustive reference source to themysteries hidden in the patterns and lines of your hands. Learn everything you need toknow about palm reading: the geography of the hand; identifying palm and fingerprints(with techniques used by the F.B.I); different reading techniques from around the world;the significance of hand and finger shapes; and the medical, genetic, and psychologicaluses of dermatoglyphics. Whether you are an expert or novice, this volume offers a straightforward, thoroughinvestigation of the world of palmistry -- from its storied origins to its future potential.

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