What are the best Palmistry books today?

What are the best Palmistry books today?

The Amazon Palmistry books TOP 100!

How is ‘Palmistry books TOP 100’ compiled? The rankings in this unique TOP 100 are based on the ‘Amazon sales rank‘ – a significant indicator which provides reliable info about how books are selling (online) around the world today.

The “Amazon Palmistry TOP 100” presents a mix of old & new books about classic palmistry (including famous authors e.g.: William G. Benham & Cheiro) & modern palm reading (including respected authors e.g.: Richard Unger & Nathaniel Altman).

Interestingly, palmistry & hand analysis experts from the ‘Global Palm Reader Network’ are provided the opportunity to send their ‘votes’ (positive AND negative!), in order to establish an additional RANKING for those palm reading & hand analysis books which present the highest ‘quality’ – as defined by the individual experts in this field!

What is your favourite palmistry book?

What is your favourite palmistry- or hand reading book? Please, feel free to name the title(s) if your favourite book(s) is not listed!!

NOTICE: The ‘voting system’ has only been introduced in the first week of november 2009 – so the true impact of these votes should likely become visible early in 2010!

SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER READING:
The Amazon Palmistry BOOKS TOP 100!
The Palmistry WEBSITES TOP 100!
HAND FACTS – News & Reports!
Palmistry news from The Netherlands! (‘Handlezen’)

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The palmistry TOP 100!

What are today the world’s most popular websites presented by (professional) palm readers?

The NEW Palmistry TOP 100!!

In september 2009 a new (improved) palmistry ‘ranking’ formula (based on internet statistics) was presented – and you can now take a look at the result!

An analysis of 400 websites from 6 continents has indicated that the following 10 websites are likely to excel in the field of palmistry, palm reading, hand analysis, cheirology, quiromancia, hiromantia, etc:

(You can ‘click’ on the website thumbnails below for direct access!)

No.1:
www.handanalysis.com - website presented by hand analyst Larry Rodrigues (US).
 
No.2:
www.humanhand.com - website presented by cheirologist Kenneth Lagerström (Canada).
No.3:
www.palmistry.com - website presented by palmist Ghanshyam Singh Birla (Canada).
 
No.4:
ostara.mareno.net - website presented by handleser Jack Trappe (Germany).
No.5:
www.pdc.co.il - website presented by chirologist Arnold Holtzman (Israel).
No.6:
www.palmistryinternational.com - website presented by palmist Sue Compton (England).
 
No.7:
www.handanalysis.net - website presented by hand analyst Richard Unger (US).
No.8:
www.dermatoglyphics.com - website presented by fingerprint expert Andres J. Washington (US).
No.9:
www.dse.nl/~frvc/palmistry/ - website presented by antropologist F. van Cappelle (Netherlands).
No.10:
www.edcampbell.com - website presented by hand analyst Edward D. Campbell (US).

PS. NOTICE: The full ranking (including 400 websites) is available at:

The NEW Palmistry TOP 100!!
 



Chittorgarh
Palmist P.M.S. Sethi reads hands in Chittorgarh, India
P.M.S. Sethi

Palmist Parender Mohan Singh Sethi reads hands in Chittorgarh – Rajasthan, India

Expertises:
Hand analysis and astrological consultancy; palmistry author.

FULL PROFILE:
Palmist P.M.S. Sethi

Palmistry by Indian palmist P.M.S. Sethi.

Palmist Parender Mohan Singh Sethi says about palmistry:

“Palmistry helps us to know and understand the meanings of these signs or seals on the hands caused by God to know ourselves our work, our strength, weakness and our present past and future. I can read for you accurately so you can use this knowledge to better shape your future.”

More palmistry & palm reading from India:
The palm reader network in India
Indian doctors seek for link between HIV & palmistry
24% Of Indians consult a palmist!
Palm reading: how long is your life line?
Palmistry for you – blogspot by Parender Sethi

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!

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!



San Rafael
Hart de Fouw - hand analyst in San Rafael, California (US)
Hart
de Fouw

Hand analyst Hart de Fouw reads hands in San Rafael, California (US)

Expertises:
Vedic hand analysis – a.k.a. Hasta Samudrika Shastra.

FULL PROFILE:
Hand analyst Hart de Fouw

Vedic hand analysis in the US: Hasta Samudrika Shastra.

Hart de Fouw started studying the Vedic culture in India, and in 1973 he met K.L. Mantri. Since then he started learning to master the core of the Vedic culture – including the vedic hand reading system, called: ‘Hasta Samudrika Shastra’.

On his website Hart de Fouw writes:

“Hasta Samudrika (very loosely “hand analysis”) is a powerful ally of Jyotish. But it enjoys one great advantage over Jyotish: Rapid Accessibility, when properly taught. Because it naturally complements other disciplines like psychology and alternative health care, counselors and their clients in many fields benefit by the information derived through hand analysis.”

More about Vedic & Indian hand analysis:
Palmistry & hand analysis: ‘East meets West’
Hindu palm readers push along the spiritual path
Palmistry: myth or reality
Palmistry & hand reading around the world

In Iran fingerprints are associated with one of the personal powers of an individual.

In Iran fingerprints are associated with one of the personal powers of an individual.

The history of fingerprinting: a perspective from Iran

About the first fingerprint in the old Persia (= Iran); the uniqueness of a fingerprint; and why the Iranian gouvernement plays ‘tit for tar’ on fingerprints.

“Each one of you has something no one else has, or has ever had: your fingerprints, your brain, your heart. Be an individual. Be unique. Stand out. Make noise. Make someone notice. That is the power of individuals”!

Quote from: John Bon Jovi.

Fingerprint-based identification is the oldest biometric techniques which has been successfully used in numerous applications: the full article presents an Iranian perspective on the history of fingerprinting.

The article includes a detailed description about the methods of identification used in early civilizations, the early history of fingerprinting, and the first Iranian record on fingerprinting.

A thumb print on a clay seal.

MORE ABOUT FINGERPRINTS:
The history of fingerprinting – a perspective from Iran
Iran: ‘Sir, we need your fingerprints please!’
An overview of the latest fingerprints news
LIFEPRINTS: A treatise on fingerprints by Hand Analyst Richard Unger
César Baldaccini’s stature ‘The Thumb’ has a fingerprint!

Chinese palmistry: medical palm reading from China.

Chinese palmistry: medical palm reading from China.

Chinese Palmistry: medical Palm Reading & traditional chinese medicine (TCM) from China

In China is Palmistry always been a branch of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). According TCM Palmistry the palm, the thumb and the fingernails provide interesting clues about your heart, your digestion and reproductive system.

An article including: the history of palmistry in China & the 4 pilars of ‘Traditional Chinese Medicine’ (TCM).

Traditional Chinese medicine doctors say they can study your palm and learn about the state of your heart, healthwise. The color (pink is healthy), appearance of blue veins and lunula (white crescent at the base of the fingernail) all are indicators of health in TCM. Health problems can show up in your hands, palms and fingernails and if you read the warning signs, you can improve your constitution.

Dr Ma Xueling, a TCM folk doctor from Shang Hai provides some guidelines for medical palm reading on the basis of your fingernails, your veins & the color of your hand.

Chinese palmistry: palm reading from China.

MORE PALMISTRY FROM ASIA:
TCM Palmistry: traditional Chinese palm reading
Palmistry: find a palm reading expert in China
Palmistry goes medical: traditional Indian palm reading
Richard Unger’s LIFEPRINTS: translated into Korean language
Find a palmist in 15 Asian countries

The simian line is often found in Down syndrome, but also frequently seen in Asian populations.

The simian line is often found in Down syndrome, but also frequently seen in Asian populations.

The simian line

The simian line is a ‘notorious’ hand crease and well-known for it’s significance in Down’s syndrome – more than half of these people have a simian line in 1 or both hands, while only about 1% of healthy populations have a simian line. Nevertheless, this line is also frequently observed in the hands of certain ethnic population – especially in Asians!

In 1866, R.L. Down discovered in 1906 the relationship between the simian crease and Down’s syndrome. The simian line is also know as: the ‘simian crease’ or ‘single palmar transverse crease’.

‘Healthy hands’ with the simian line usually do not have the other stereotypical hand features related related to Down syndrome are missing (examples of other Down syndrome-related hand features are: a short thumb, curved little finger, certain dermatoglyphic patterns in the palm and fingerprints).

In some (Asian) populations is extraordinary frequently seen, such as: Pygmies: 34.7 %; Gypsies: 14.3 %; Chinese: 13.0 %; Koreans: 11.2 % – more percentages are presented in the full article.

Deciphering the simian line.

READ FURTHER ABOUT THE SIMIAN LINE:
The simian line: a notorious hand crease
The simian line: merging of mind and heart
The simian crease, down syndrome & other disorders
Do you have a simian line?

Palmistry books.

Palm reading & Palmistry books (2005 – 2008 )

Over the past few years palmistry books have been published in many regions of the world. You can now find a comprehensive overview of the palmistry & palm reading books which have been published in the years 2005 – 2008.

Some well-know palmistry authors included in the list are: palmist Cheiro (R), Ronelle Coburn, Dennis Fairchild, Sasha Fenton, Johnny Fincham, Marion Gale, Robin Gile, Noel Jaquin (R), Pamelah Landers, Daya Nand, Jane Struthers & Richard Unger.

PALMISTRY BOOKS:
Palm reading books (published in 2007 + 2008 )
Palmistry books (published in 2005 + 2006 )