God Given Glyphs - A new book about Five Elemental Chirology!

God Given Glyphs!

What is 5 Element Chirology?

Chirologist Jennifer Hirsch – founder of the Chirology Center of South Africa – presented last year her self-published book – titled: ‘God Given Glyphs’. An authentic pioneering book in the field of hand reading, which has been recognized by fellow (elemental) chirologers as a new milestone in the history of chirology!

An authentic, dedicated book about modern hand reading, featured with a beautiful 3-dimensional cover.

Jennifer Hirsch positions ‘Five Elemental Chirology’ follows:

“The term ‘chirology’ describes the collective global body – both ancient and modern – of all facets of the knowledge and study of the forms and markings of the human hand. Consequently, there exist today various other Wester and Eastern systems of chirological hand analysis, including traditional European palmistry.”

The unique character of ‘Five Element Chirology’ lies in the origins of ancient Buddhism. The Buddhistic philosophy describes how “the principle of graduated materiality” manifests through the four elements ‘earth’, ‘water’, ‘fire’, and ‘air’ are graduates from the fifth element ‘chi’. Where ‘chi’ represents the highest teachings of love, compassion and foregiveness.

‘Five Element Chirology’ describes how the five Buddhistic elements can be studied through the shape and features of the hands.

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In ‘Five Element Chirology’ each finger relates to one of the 5 Buddhistic elements.
The hand, the fingers & the 5 Buddhistic elements.

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VoiceAmerica & Kenneth Lagerstrom present new radio show: Your life is in your hands!

VoiceAmerica & palmistry expert Kenneth Lagerström (Canada) present the very first weekly radio show about modern palm reading & hands:

YOUR LIFE IS IN YOUR HANDS

Earlier this week Kenneth Lagerström wrote on his blog:

“I will be hosting a new show on VoiceAmerica.com, the worlds largest internet talk radio. The show is titled “Your Life is in Your Hands”, with topics each week relating to the hands (of course). Starting March 30 it airs live each Tuesday at 11:00am Pacific time on Voice America’s “7th Wave” channel. The first episode is an introduction to palmistry and hand analysis, with guest Jennifer Hirsch.”

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Palmistry 2010 re-defined: ‘What is palm reading today?’

Modern palmistry (hand analysis or chirology) is not about predicting the future of individuals, it’s about the life of indvidual (specified to issues related to: psychology, personality & temperament).
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Puerto Píritu
Odette Dumas - Chirologist in Venezuela
Odette
Dumas

Chirologist Odette Dumas reads hands in Venezuela, South America.

Expertises:
Chirology & hand reading; author of a chirology book (in French language).

FULL PROFILE:
Chirologist Odette Dumas

Chirology & dermatoglyphics

Chirologist Odette Dumas has developed a method using colors to illustrate the paths of the dermatoglyphics: see the picture above, taken from the website of one her (former) students: Gerald Gagnon.

Since 2008 Odette Dumas is living in Puerto Píritu, Venezuela – she used to live in Canada.

Hand reader Odette Dumas is also the author of chirology book:

  • La main, reflet de soi, reflet de l’infini (1987) – published under the name: Odette Poisson
  • Find more hand reading experts in South-America:
    Quiromancia & Leer Mano en América del Sur



    Paris
    Gaël Demeaux - Chirologist in Paris
    Gaël
    Demeaux

    Chirologist (Chirologue) Gaël Demeaux reads hands in Paris (France)

    Expertises:
    Chirologie (Chirologique).

    FULL PROFILE:
    Chirologist Gaël Demeaux

    Chirologie.

    Gaël Demeaux is a student of Gerard Aussoleil, and is trained in handwriting analysis and chirology (chirologie), based on a psychological evaluation to facilitate a better understanding of the hand and exploit its potential.

    On his webpage Gaël Demeaux describes modern chirology as follows (in French language):

    “Based on a careful observation of the morphology of the hand, supported by psychological theories, the modern chirologie developed by Gérard Aussoleil differs markedly from any science divination. It is through a methodical angle that the hand becomes a support to interpret the psychology of a person.
    The hand is raised in its relationship with the biological brain (scissure of Rolando). Due to its form and composition, it is seen as an image influences of the nervous system and endocrine essential components that structure the psychology of humans. The couple hand / brain is then seen as the couple main / personality. For some psychologists the chirologie can be a valuable investigative tool that helps to understand the springs that animate the psyche.”

    Find more hand experts in France:
    Find a palmist in France

    Psychodiagnostic chirology is a milestone in the history of modern hand reading!

    Psychodiagnostic chirology is a milestone in the history of modern hand reading!

    What is psychodiagnostic chirology?

    Founder Arnold Holtzman from Yehud (Israel) describes this advanced system of hand analysis as : ‘The Science of Handreading in Psychological Diagnosis’.

    In 1983 Holtzman presented his first book ‘Applied Handreading’, and in 2004 he presented his masterpiece: ‘The Illustrated Textbook of Psychodiagnostic Chirology in Analysis and Therapy’.

    Psychodiagnostich Chirology (PDC) is described by Holtzman in his second book as follows:

    “From its somewhat esoteric origins in the medical-genetic science of dermatoglyphics, Psychodiagnostic Chirology (PDC) has evolved to become one of the most powerful and dramatic tools available to professional therapists in the behavioral sciences today.”

    Interestingly, Holtzman has positioned PDC in line with the theoretical conceptualizations and clinical orientation described by various famous 20th century figures in the history of modern psychology, like for example: Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) and Abraham Maslow (1908-1970).

    The picture below describes the theoretic framework which is described in PDC of the human hand. The model includes two polar dimensions which are very related to the Psychoanalysis described by Freud (‘CONSCIOUS vs. SUBCONSCIOUS’ and ‘MIND vs. BODY’).

    The Psychodiagnostic Chirology model of the human hand.

    READ FURTHER ABOUT OTHER ASPECTS OF CHIROLOGY:
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    Reviews of Holtzman’s work
    Chirology research & psychology
    Find a chirologist in Israel
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    Singapore City
    Palmist Pat F.
    Pat F.

    Palmist Pat F. reads hands in Singapore City

    Expertises:
    Western Palmistry & Cheiromancy

    FULL PROFILE:
    Palmist Pat F.

    Palmistry reading by Pat F.

    Palmist Pat F. is practicing palmistry in Singapore. Pat writes on her website Palmistryworld.com:

    “WHAT IS CHEIROMANCY?”

    … Cheiromancy (Kee-roh-man-see) is the art of foretelling a person’s likely future by knowing his/her character from reading the palm lines in their hands. The name is derived from the Greek cheir for “hand”, and manteia for “divination”.

    Cheiromancy is the old name for palmistry or palm reading, and is still in use today. It is at times spelt as Chiromancy or Kiromancy. It is also referred to as Cheirology, Chirology, or Kirology. However, Cheirology really is the study of the lines of the palm, without any divination involved.

    Chirognomy and Chirosophy are related subjects – the former is the study of the shapes and bumps of the fingers and hands, and the latter is the study of the philosophical and esoteric aspects of palmistry.”



    stuttgart
    Manfred Magg - Hand Analysis & Palm Reading
    Manfred
    Magg

    Palmist Manfred Magg reads palms in Aichwald – Stuttgart (Germany)

    Expertises:
    Astropalmistry ‘hand and horoscope’: the combination of Palmistry (Chirology) and Astrology.

    FULL PROFILE:
    Palmist Manfred Magg

    Hand and Horoscope

    Manfred Magg writes on his website www.handundhoroscope.de about astropalmistry:

    PALMISTRY AND ASTROLOGICAL CONSULTING

    There are different ways to use palmistry (chirology) and astrology. I work with them as a very practical way for self-knowledge and to understand certain situations or developments that point to the future.

    Palmistry (Chirology ) and astrology complete each other perfectly, as a characterology and for a better understanding of one’s own biography. They help you to live consciously and to do the right thing at the right time.”



    Yehud
    Arnold Holtzman - Psychodiagnostic Chirology
    Arnold
    Holtzman

    Chirologist Arnold Holtzman reads hands in Yehud (Israel)

    Expertises:
    Founding father of the Hand Analysis system ‘Psychodiagnostic Chirology’

    FULL PROFILE:
    Chirologist Arnold Holtzman

    Psychodiagnostic Chirology in Analysis and Therapy

    Arnold Holtzman writes on his website www.pdc.co.il about his book:

    “The Illustrated Textbook of Psychodiagnostic Chirology in Analysis and Therapy: The Science of Handreading in Psychological Diagnosis Hand analysis at its very highest level. Read the reviews:

  • This is the first and only system of hand analysis which has been laboratory tested.
  • This is the first and only system of hand-analysis which has been studied and evaluated by senior academicians and professionals in the behavioral sciences.
  • This is a singularly unique, state-of-the-art, discipline in psychological diagnosis in a language a layman will understand. Laboratory tested with published documentation it delivers an accuracy and reliability that surpass any battery of tests presently available to the professional clinician. More than giving the measure to traits, capabilities, intellectual potential and sexual (libidinal) expressions among other constructions in personality, it focuses powerfully on how personality takes shape and how behavior assumes its patterns.”

    Palmistry - which hand to read?

    Palmistry - which hand to read?

    ‘Mr. Palmist, which hand do you read?’

    Which hand does the palmist read? History shows that the answer might depend on the culture where Palmistry is being used.

    PALMISTRY COURSE:
    Palmistry: discover the human hand

    Some recommendations from the international Palmistry literature on which hand to use for Palmistry:William G. Benham writes in ‘The Benham Book of Palmistry’ (1900):

    (p. 31): “In all examinations you should consult both hands, and should never attempt specific statements, unless they are based upon a thorough knowledge of the information which can be gleaned only from the hands considered seperately, and then together. Many failures are recorded in palm readings when one hand only has been used, due to the fact that men change as they grow older, and these changes are recorded in the right hand.”

    Edward D. Campbell writes in ‘The Encyclopedia of Palmistry’ (1996):

    (p.20): “I no longer follow any traditional method of looking at the right and left hand. I believe that those Eastern methods that look only to the right hand for male clients and the left hand for females are totally inadequate and sexist, and often are value-based against the left hand. This bias against the left hand has crept into Western Palmistry just as the latin word for left, sinister, has coloured our thoughts concerning left-handed persons as conniving, bad people.”

    Arnold Holtzman, Ph.D. writes in ‘Psychodiagnostic Chirology in Analysis and Therapy’ (2004):

    (p.63): “As for the hands themselves, no two are exactly alike – not even when they belong to the same person. The question that arises must be: if each hand is unique, delivering a ‘story’ which must, in some way, be different from every other ‘story’, which hand and which ‘story’ is the most representative of the individual? Which may we assume to be the truest mirror of his, or her, immediate circumstances? The answer is both – equally. Each hand may put forward its own account of the man it speaks of, and each would be entirely relevant.”

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