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A pseudodiscipline based on the assertion that the individual nature of the lines in the hand of each person can be evaluated to assess a person’s life history and predict his/her future. This form of hand interpretation is rejected by mainstream medical thought
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Though I hold no brief for palmistry or the work of most psychics, I certainly see them and their work as part of the natural world, as no more "supernatural" than the meditation instructions one might receive from one of Mr.
In addition to Amoryus and Cleopes, the Garrett manuscript also includes treatises on physiognomy and palmistry and a set of prognostications based on the phases of the moon.
In palmistry the index finger is linked to which planet?
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More upbeat than previous lake swims, Palmistry opens the album with added drums and electric guitar.
Robert Jordan does not believe in palmistry, but he does not challenge this reading because he likewise sees this ethic in himself.
Betye Saar's art is often seen as an outgrowth of her collecting and a reaction to the works of others, voudou, and palmistry.
WARNER, William John, Cheiro's Palmistry for all (containing new information on the study of the hand never before published) (London: Herbert Jenkins Ltd, n.
For centuries, palmistry has been dismissed by skeptics as superstitious gobbledygook.
In the famous pamphlet and subsequent stage rendering of the case, Drury becomes the stereotypical wicked, depraved woman, who exudes malevolence by practicing palmistry and illicit medicine.
He discusses Saar's interest in mysticism (a term used here in its vaguest sense), the mythology and the spiritual practices of many cultures, and popular occult practices like astrology, the Tarot, and palmistry, and her use of imagery and artifacts associated with all of these.