Instant Palm Reader: A Road Map to Life : (formerly Titled Palmascope)

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Llewellyn Worldwide, 1997 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 241 pages
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Have you ever asked yourself, "Why did I do that?" If you knew your inner traits and drives, you could easily answer that question. Now you can discover these motivations when you read The Instant Palm Reader (formerly titled Palmascope) by Linda Domin.

One of the difficulties with learning how to read palms has been the number of variations of the lines and mounts (fleshy pads) on the palms. Linda Domin has created hundreds of drawings showing virtually every possibility for each line!

What does it mean if the Saturn Line begins from the Life Line? Illustration 281 not only shows you what it looks like, it also describes the meaning of this combination. Look at illustration 127 to see what a Head Line ending in a small, neat fork looks like. The text reveals that it means you have the "gift of gab" and much more.

Over 500 illustrations show how to interpret all the major mounts and lines, including the Life Line, Mars Line, Head Line, and Heart Line. Also included is a history of palmistry (it goes back thousands of years) and the reason that palmistry works.

The Instant Palm Reader has even more. Once you have used this book to give palm readings to yourself, friends, and relatives, you will see just how easy, accurate, and effective palmistry can be. The next step is to start reading palms professionally. This book gives a complete short course on the essentials of professional palm reading, which includes everything you must cover in a reading, as well as how to share the information with your clients and even how much to charge. This is a book that can change your life. Get your copy today.

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User Review  - kjesitton -

I love the idea behind this book and it is packed full of information I just had trouble comparing the images to the real thing. I am sure if I studied things more it would be a little easier. Read full review

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this book really give detailed basic information.
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Life Line
Mars Line
Heart Line
Saturn Line
Apollo Line
Mercury Line
The Mounts
Markings on the Mounts
Names of Fingers
Names of Mounts
So You Want to Become a Professional Palmist?

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About the author (1997)

Linda Domin received her MS degree in zoology and botany from the Technical University of Darmstadt, West Germany, and has worked as a research scientist for Grumman Allied Corp. in the Hypobaric Food Storage Program. She has also worked as a high school and college biology instructor and as a horticultural consultant for the city of Miami. She currently lives in Miami, where she does private consultations in palm analysis.

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