Take a look at a large part of the international vocabulary + synonyms for the word ‘PALMIST’ (PALM READER):


‘PALMIST’/’PALM READER’ synonyms in English language are:
Palm Reader, Hand Analyst (or: Handanalyst), Hand Reader (or: Handreader), Chiromantist, Cheirologist, Cheirologer, Chirologist, Chirognomist, Cheirognomist, Cheirosophist.


‘PALMIST’/’PALM READER’ synonyms in Spanish language are:
Palmista, Lecturer de las Manos, Quiromante, Quirologo, Quiromántico, Quiromántica


‘PALMIST’/’PALM READER’ synonyms in Porteguese language are:
Quiromante, Quirologo


‘PALMIST’/’PALM READER’ synonyms in French language:
Chiromancien, Cheiromanciene, Chirologue


‘PALMIST’/’PALM READER’ synonyms in German language:
Handleser, Handleserin, Handanalyste, Chiromantiker, Chirologie


‘PALMIST’/’PALM READER’ synonyms in Danish language:
Håndlæsner, Håndtydner, Kiromant, Kiromantiker


‘PALMIST’/’PALM READER’ synonyms in Dutch language:
Handlezer, Handlezeres, Handlijnkundige, Handleeskundige, Handanalist


‘PALMIST’/’PALM READER’ synonyms in Italian language:
Chiromante, Chirologo


‘PALMIST’/’PALM READER’ synonyms in Norwegian language:
Håndanalyse, Håndtydning, Håndlesning, Håndlæsning, Kiromanti


‘PALMIST’/’PALM READER’ synonyms in Rusian language are:
Hiromant, Hiromantik, Khiromantiy, Hiromantiy


‘PALMIST’/’PALM READER’ synonyms in Swedish language:
Handanalyst, Kiromant

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Gauteng
Jen Hirsch - Cheirologist
Jen
Hirsch

Cheirologist Jen Hirsch reads hands in Gauteng (South Africa)

Expertises:
5 Element Cheirology, founder of the Cheirology Centre for the Study of Handreading South Africa

FULL PROFILE:
Cheirologist Jen Hirsch

Jen Hirsch's website

Jen Hirsch writes about cheirology (hand reading) on her website about ‘5 Element Cheirology’:

“Cheirology is an evolved form of Palmistry”

“I promote the craft as an authentic healing therapy. Handreading is not to be equated with Palmistry, gypsies, caravans, crystal balls and fortune-telling, and should no longer carry the associated reputation of charlatanism and fakery.

Growing numbers of medical doctors worldwide are studying Cheirology to substantiate physical, emotional and mental diagnosis. With many forms of alternative medicine emerging, this modality is making inroads into mainstream thinking.

Expertise in identifying and encoding the meanings in the markings of the hand is developed by studying a five element system, which forms Cheirology’s interpretative language. Earth, water, fire and air each have a variety of associated principles.”



Petropavlovsk
Galina Soroka - Cheirologist from Petropavlovsk
Galina
Soroka

Cheirologist Galina Soroka reads hands in Petropavlovsk (Russia)

Expertises:
Self-made cheirologist: learn your destiny

FULL PROFILE:
Cheirologist Galina Soroka

Cheirology - Cheirolog - Palmistry

Galina Soroka writes on her website in the ‘The alfabet of Cheirology’ (palmistry):

The major lines in Cheirology are:

1. The line of Life
2. The line of Head (Mind)
3. The line of Heart
4. The line of Fate

“The break of Headline”

“In good hands – shortcoming of the concentration of mind, attention, self-control.

In the hands of capricious and nervous people – illness.”



Burnaby
Kenneth A. Lagerström - Holistic Cheirology
Kenneth A. Lagerström

Cheirologist Kenneth Lagerström reads hands in Burnaby, BC (Canada)

Expertises:
Holistic cheirology (hand analysis / palmistry)

FULL PROFILE:
Cheirologist Kenneth A. Lagerström

Holistic Cheirology

Kenneth Lagerström writes on his website www.humanhand.com more about his background and professional services:

“My father has no hands, which as a young child I believed to be perfectly normal and natural. I was eight years old when the school librarian was given the arduous task of proving to me that my own hands wouldn’t fall off one day. Her efforts began a life-long study into the wonders of Cheirology. Over the years the search has taken me on a bizarre journey through topics with only the hands in common: Palmistry, Chirokinesics, meditation hand positions, Laying of Hands, slight-of-hand, Burning Palm, Iron Palm, reflexology…. the list goes on and on. (I used to be a member of MENSA CANADA, which explains a lot.)

In 2001 I received the “Year of the Volunteers” certificate from the Government of Canada for outstanding service and contribution.

In 2002 I became the first British Columbia Representative for 18 Daoist Palms system of internal kung fu, and was later named as the first “International Lohon”.

Ever since my daughter was born in 2003, I’ve had the privilege of being a “stay-at-home-dad” while continuing my study of the hands. I take care of all the website maintenance myself (content writing, webmastering, etc.) for both sites.

I am also a current member of the International Society for Gesture Studies (ISGS).”