Palmistry for All: Containing New Information on the Study of the Hand Never Before Published

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H. Jenkins, 1916 - Palmistry - 187 pages
 

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Page 140 - II.) vary in the most remarkable manner in accordance with the character and dispositions of races and their different temperaments. In almost all the Southern and more emotional races, these Mounts are more noticeable than those belonging to Northern countries. It has been observed that all people with the Mounts apparent or prominent are more swayed by their feelings and emotions than those people who have flat palms and undeveloped Mounts. The names given to the Mounts of the Hand are those also...
Page 10 - ... the Line of Head — a full twenty years before the point of change or action has been reached. It therefore follows that the future may be seen and told by a careful examination of the hand which, as Aristotle has said, is the "organ of all organs, the active agent of the passive powers of the entire system.
Page i - PALMISTRY FOR ALL CONTAINING NEW INFORMATION ON THE STUDY OF THE HAND NEVER BEFORE PUBLISHED BY CHEIRO...
Page 67 - THE LINE OF HEART AS INDICATING THE AFFECTIONATE AND EMOTIONAL NATURE The Line of Heart is that Line which runs across the hand under the fingers and generally rises under the base of the first, and runs off the side of the hand under the base of the fourth or little finger (1-1, Plate XVI.).
Page xxxi - ... human life ; consequently the very ridges of the skin, the hair found on the hands, all were used as a detective would use a clue to accumulate evidence. I found people were only sceptical of such a study because they had not had the subject presented to them in a logical or reasonable manner. 184 There are hundreds of facts connected with the hand that people have rarely if ever heard of, and I think it will not be out of place if I touch on them here. For instance, in regard to what is known...
Page 88 - The Girdle of Venus is that broken or sometimes unbroken kind of semi-circular line that is found rising from the base of the first finger to the base of the fourth (ii, Plate XX.).
Page 92 - Its position on the hand is almost that of a semicircle from the face of the Mount of Mercury to that of the Mount of Luna.
Page 127 - ... but never impress their listeners with depth of thought on any subject. It is only when the Line of Head is found on such hands clear and straight that there is a likelihood of these persons developing some one talent out of the versatility that this type gives. CHAPTER II THE THUMB IN the judgment of character by the formation of the Hand, the Thumb is of about the same importance as the nose is to the face. It must be understood to represent the natural Will Power, whereas the Line of Head...
Page 36 - The Vital," as used by the ancients. It is reasonable to assume that it is this intimate connection with the vital organs of the body which enables it to foretell the length of life from natural causes. If the student will bear this in mind it will make clear and plain to him many difficulties in connection with predictions as to health and disease, and he will follow more easily the following explanations. The first rules to master are, that to be normal the Line of Life should be long, clearly...
Page 47 - ... least the main events of one's career. It may be found on the hand even at the moment of birth, clearly indicating the class of Fate or Destiny that lies in the far distant future before the individual. In some cases it may look faint or shadowy, as if the path of Destiny were not yet clearly defined, while in other instances almost every step of the road is chiselled out with its milestones of failure or success, sorrow or joy, as the case may be. That some human beings seem to be more children...

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