Famous palm readings: what do the hands of celebrities reveal?

Famous palm readings: what do the hands of celebrities reveal?

It’s always fun to take a look at the hands of celebrities! Quite a few sources on the internet present fascinating hand analyses often based on hig quality materials of the famous hands of famous people, including: high quality photos, hand prints & sometimes the fingerprints!

The following 2 resources have collected a long list of articles (+20) focussed on some interesting hand characteristics of some well-known celebrities:

• 1 – Famous hands: the hand of celebrities
• 2 – The hands of famous people

PalmistryReport presented earlier ‘celebrity hand-reports’ about:
Barack Obama – the 7th left handed US president!
Albert Einstein – did he have autism?
Leonid Stadnyk – the largest hand on earth!
Cheiro – the most famous palmist in the history of palmistry!

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Larry Rodrigues - palm reader (hand analyst) from Sacremento - California, US
Larry
Rodrigues

Palm reader Larry Rodriques reads hands in Sacremento – California, US

Expertises:
Author of hand analysis books on self understanding.

FULL PROFILE:
Palm reader Larry Rodrigues

Larry Rodrigues present the EastWest Institute of Self-Understanding.

Palm reader is the director of Sacramento based ‘EastWest Institute of Self-Understanding’ and since september 1998 Larry manages the website: HandAnalysis.com:

“Larry authored “It’s all in your hands: Hand Analysis Guidebook to Self-Understanding” so anyone can learn to use Hand Analysis for personal growth and helping others. His book, updated to the 4th edition, was a success worldwide and all printed copies have sold out. It is now out of print and is only available online as an ebook in pdf file format. His “Secrets of Hand Analysis” 2nd edition is also available online as an ebook at http://www.handanalysis.com.”

More palmistry & palm reading from the USA:
The US palm reader network
The International Institute of Hand Analysis
The International Behavioral and Medical Biometrics Society
Hasta Samudrika Shastra Seminars
Life Prints!

Palmist Nisha Ghai says: palmistry is a science!

Palmist Nisha Ghai says: palmistry is a science!

Is palmistry a science?

Palmist Nisha Ghai is the director of the Institute of Palmistry in New Delhi – which was found by the famous Indian palmist professor Dayanand

Nisha Ghai answers in her article the question: ‘what makes palmistry a science?’, and she describes how classic palmistry developed into the modern science of palm reading.

In her writing the palmist from New Delhi focusses on the following questions:

1) How scientific is palmistry?
2) How do the hand lines develop?
2) Do the hand lines change?
3) Which hand does the palmist examine?

“The palm is a mirror of our Brain and mind. The raised portion of flesh on palm are known as Mounts. The palm lines are waves, which indicate activeness of our unconscious mind. The Lines on the palm are the waves which indicate what goes in our unconscious mind.”

LEARN MORE ABOUT INDIAN PALMISTRY:

Palmistry: a science in progress
24 Percent of Indians consult a palmist!
Hand facts: what are basic characteristics of human hands?
Is finger length measurement the new Chiromancy?
We are all one: Hindu palm readers push you along a spiritual path!

Missing fingerprints can have various causes: the 'hand-foot syndrome' + genetic disorders.

Missing fingerprints can have various causes: the hand-foot syndrome + genetic disorders.

No fingerprints: about the ‘hand-foot syndrome’ and genetic disorders’

What if a person has no fingerprints? Likely there are 2 options: (1) the person was born without fingerprints (due to a genetic disorders), or (2) the person has ‘lost’ his/her fingerprints during a chemotherapy (in a cancer treatment) – a missing fingerprint is often featured with the ‘hand-foot syndrome’.

By the way, having no fingerprints used to be no big deal. But the situation is changing rapidly due to the evolving applications of biometric fingerprint readers. In many countries fingerprints are required to: pass the nation’s border, and to get a drivers licence and/or passport!

TWO ANECDOTES FROM THE PAST FEW YEARS:

“Last month (april, 2009) a Singapore-based medical oncologist reported a letter that was presented online in the journal ‘Annals of Oncology’, titled: Travel warning with capecitabine. The trade name fot the cancer medicine capecitabine is ‘Xeloda’ – a medicine that is often prescribed in patients with breast cancer and colorectal cancer. But the oncologist’s patient had been using the drug to treat his nasopharyngeal cancer.

Two years ago, Spanish cancer doctors reported a likewise story about the 39-year-old flight attendant Cheryl Maynard detained for several hours at a U.S. airport until her doctor faxed an explanation that the capecitabine she’d been taking for breast cancer had erased her fingerprints.”

Source:
Why a cancer patient may have no fingerprints: THE HAND-FOOT SYNDROME!

MORE FASCINATING ‘FINGER’ STORIES:

Fingerprints in the news!
Can palm reading pick up ovarian cancer?
Raynaud’s syndrome – another painful hand disorder
Paraesthesia: feels like having pins and needles in the fingers