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’)

Hands on hand hygiene: swine flu prevention means wash your hands properly!

Swine flu prevention means: proper hand hygiene!

A new survey in the US has indicates that many people haven’t changed their hand washing habits – despite the swine flu outbreak. The survey revealed that 54 percent of the respondents said they “wash their hands no more or less frequently” in public restrooms as a result of the virus. A major concern in the perspective of the swine flu pandemic – especially since governments has stated worldwide that hand hygiene is one of the few effective tools to prevent infection with the H1N1 influenza A virus!

While the Medline hand hygiene compliance program was initially developed as a combat against healthcare acquired conditions, now it the program can serve as an additional tool for to stop the swine flu pandemic (a.k.a. the Mexican flu).

Earlier this week the President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology released a report describing a plausible scenario saying:

“…swine flu pandemic could:

• produce infection of 30-50% of the U.S. population this fall and winter;

• cause between 30,000 and 90,000 deaths in the United States concentrated among children and young adults.”

While the annual deaths associated with seasonal flu in the United States is only 30,000-40,000 mainly among people over 65!

Remember, on wednesday july 29 (2009), Barack Obama told the Americans that swine flu prevention is not only an issue of the governement, individuals must also do their part. Obama said:

“Keep your hands washed, cover your mouth when you cough, stay home from work if you are sick, keep your children home from school if they are sick.”

SO, IF YOU WANT TO IMPROVE YOUR PREVENTION AGAINST THE H1N1 INFLUENZA A VIRUS …

THINK ABOUT YOUR HAND HYGIENE!!!

SUGGESTIONS FOR FURTHER READING:

Hands on ‘hand hygiene’!
Swine flu prevention is a matter of ‘hand hygiene’!
Hand Hygiene: warm air dryers increase bacteria on hands!
Obama’s council of advisors about the swine flu!
Survey: Swine flu doesn’t change washing habits!

Barack Obama said:



Sacremento
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!



Leeds
Harrison Richards - Palm reader in Leeds
Harrison
Richards

Palm reader Harrison Richards reads palms in Leeds

Expertises:
Contemporary palmistry.

FULL PROFILE:
Palm reader Harrison Richards

Harrison Richard's website

At his website Palm-reading.co.uk Harrison Richards Harrison Richards describes how he has read the minds, palms and cards of thousands of people around the world, both in person and on national television. Harrison Richards appears to have pulled the ancient art of palm reading kicking and screaming into the 21st Century!

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Palm readers in UK
Hand reading in Europe
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Hands on health

Fujitsu presents vein pattern palm reading.

Fuijtsu vein pattern palm reading

Earlier this year Tokyo-based Fujitsu presented it’s PalmSecure – a vascular pattern recognition system to accurately identify people while they hold their palm just above the cube.

For years, biometric fingerprint scanners have been used, but there are various problems with fingerprint scanners. For, researchers were able to prove that a flat photograph or molded fingertip can easily fool these devices into giving a false approval.

But with Fujitu’s PalmSecure the situation has improved dramatically. The PalmSecure scan requires less than a second, and it captures the unique branching pattern of blood veins and instantly converts key data points into a numerical code that can be compared with other palm scans to identify matches. The miniaturized device can plug into a laptop computer via a USB port, while an alternative version released last year incorporates the palm scanner into a computer mouse to facilitate secure logins.

Carolinas HealthCare System, the nation’s third largest public healthcare provider, began using PalmSecure last year in several major hospitals as part of the nation’s first biometric patient identification system based on vascular recognition technology. Now deployed at eight locations and two urgent care facilities, the identification program has enrolled about 170,000 patients in all. Once patients have registered their unique biometric “vein template,” it can be linked directly to their medical records.

This month Fujitsu announced ValleyCare as the first hospital in California that will use the PalmSecure for it’s patient registration and identification system. The (TM) palm vein authentication technology is part of its new Patient Access Lifetime Match (PALM).

FULL STORIES:
Fujitsu’s vein pattern palm reading
Fujitsu gives biometrics a hand
Palm reading cancer
Gift markings in your hand
About the ValleyCare Health System

Vein pattern palm reading. Vein pattern palm reading device.



New York City
Cat McGuire - Palm reader in New York
Cat
McGuire

Palm reader Cat McGuire reads hands in New York City

Expertises:
Shamanic palm reading.

FULL PROFILE:
Palm reader Cat McGuire

Shamanic palm reading.

In the FAQ-section Cat McGuire answers some very interesting questions:

Do you read both hands?

Cat’s answer: “I absolutely look at both hands. Your passive hand reveals what was in store for you when you came into this world. Your dominant hand (the hand you write with) conveys how you have actually lived your life. For whatever reason, whether we are consciously aware of it or not, our deep soul self often re-routes our original path – usually because some important life lesson(s) must be learned. A lot can be discovered by comparing what-was-to-have-been versus what-is (i.e., your passive hand versus your dominant hand).”

Are all palm readers alike?

Cat’s answer: “No, not at all. Just as you could go to ten different astrologers and get ten different readings, so too with palmistry. In addition to the many methods and traditions in existence, every palm reader inevitably brings to the table their own unique talents and interpretations.”

What is shamanism, and how do you use it?

Cat’s answer: “Shamanism is the oldest spiritual practice on earth, going back at least 20,000 years. All peoples on this planet originally practiced shamanism. Today, shamanism has been all but obliterated by the imperialism of organized religions. Throughout the world, however, pockets survive, primarily in indigenous communities. In shamanism, journeys are made to the other side to acquire spiritual power, knowledge, and wisdom. Power animals and other forces of nature serve as spirit guides. Using ritual and often altered states of consciousness, shamanic practitioners return from the spirit realms with vital information for healing and transformation.

I define my work as “shamanic palm reading” because shamanism is the foundation of my personal spiritual practice. When I give readings, in addition to the scientific information I impart, my shamanic spirit guides work with me to transmit wisdom and guidance from the other side. I know that sounds New Age-y, and I never would have believed it myself, but I have come to accept that that is what actually happens. For readings in my home, I work with feathers, stones, and rattles. I also “smudge,” which is the burning of sage for purification purposes.”

More resources about Hand Analysis:
Life Prints – Deciphering Your Life Purpose from Your Fingerprints
Palm Reading in North America
Palm Reading in US



Ahmedabad
Upendrasingh Bhadoriya - Palmist from Ahmedabad
Upendrasingh
Bhadoriya

Palm reader Upendrasingh Bhadoriya reads hands in Ahmedabad (India)

Expertises:
Vedic Palmistry.

FULL PROFILE:
Palm reader Upendrasingh Bhadoriya

Palmistry at ejyotishi

Upendrasingh Bhadoriya writes on the new website ejyotishi.com about himself:

“He is a well-known palmist and Vedic astrologer of India having the experience of practical palmistry for 24 years. He got the foundation of palmistry from his father in childhood.His father was Practicing Ayurvedic medicine and having good knowledge of Indian palmistry.He has been studding so many books of palmistry and astrology from various country culture. He also got the knowledge of astrology form U.K. based famous astrologer Mr. P.A.Patel (Jyotishi Anand) and learn form various other Indian Gurus.He has gone through many palms for its reliability got more success.He has font of palmistry he loves palmistry believe in truth of it.He never gets any wrong with palmistry.He always likes to go through laymen’s palm. He has good practice of it and known as Layman’s palmist.”

India is often described as the ‘Mecca of palmistry’:
* Find more Palmists in India
* Vedic palmistry books
* Vedic palmistry in India
* Vedic palmistry in Canada
* Vedic palmistry in Australia

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

Palm reading goes medical

August 16, 2008

Palmistry - the length of the life line

Palmistry goes medical

 

 

Space scientist talks about Palm Reading

Kumar, 42, is a scientist at the Indian Space Research Organization in Bangalore, India. Twelve years ago, a palm reader told him by looking at the palm of his hand that he would become a palm reader himself.

FULL ARTICLE:
Palm reading goes medical

It was a prediction that really embarrassed Kumar, he said in an e-mail, but that ended up igniting his interest in palm reading reading. He spent years reading books and learning about this science and ended up opening his own practice.There, Kumar said, he observed many hands and was able to detect similarities in the palm linese of people living with certain type of diseases such as diabetes, cancer and heart disease. This led to his visit to the Regional Cancer Center where he studied the palm lines of about 160 patients with cancer. According to Kumar’s observations, most of them had the same lines.”It made me think of another matter”, said Kumar. “If this disease is detected in the primary stage itself, it is quite curable. Then why can’t we get precaution against this fatal disease through finding the palm line symptoms? Really, this notion opened before me the endless and eventful vista of medical palm reading.”

Medical Palm Reading around the world

The general definition of palm reading is the study of the hand lines to predict the future, assess personalities and provide counseling. Medical palm reading on the other hand, looks at the hand’s lines, shape and texture to detect abnormalities that will help diagnose physical and mental diseases.

For centuries, Chinese and Indian medicine has recognized the link between palmistry and good health. Abnormalities such as vertical ridges on the fingernails, or a life line that’s faint in color, can represent a diagnosis for all sorts of illnesses from intestinal problems to heart disease. The Catholic Church, for its part, has always branded palm reading as devil worship and forced it underground.

So far however, this science is still far from being accepted in the West. According to Kenneth Lagerstrom, a professional palmist and founder of a website on the human hand, in North America “the palms of the hands are sometimes called ‘no man’s land’ because it’s expected that no self-respecting medical professional will deal with palmistry.”

Another reason for the West’s reluctance to recognize medical palm reading as a reliable diagnosis tool is the lack of belief in what is considered by many here as an “occult science,” Lagerstrom said. In addition, he blames his fellow practitioners themselves for all the uncertainties still surrounding medical palm reading.

“In my opinion,” he said, “more than 95 percent of them are either dangerously incompetent or outright fraudulent. Very few seek details that can be scientifically or medically verified, preferring instead to make their readings either fortune-telling or ‘spiritual.’”

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