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!

The Amazon Palmistry BOOKS TOP 100!
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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.

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

Kirby Bedon
Johnny Fincham - Chirologist in Kirby Bedon, UK

Chirologist Johnny Fincham reads hands in Kirby Bedon (near Norwich, UK)

Chirology, hand reading & palmistry; author of various palmistry books.

Chirologist Johnny Fincham

Palmprint 1996 Palmprint 1998

Hand reader Johnny fincham writes on his website about ‘changing hands’:

“The differences in these two hands may seem remarkable, but are in fact quite typical over a two year period. Your own hand may change more or less than this. The hand changes, you are not bound by ‘fate’. Your life is in your hands.”

Palmist Johnny Fincham is the author of two (popular!) palmistry books:

  • The Spellbinding Power of Palmistry
  • Palmistry: Apprentice to Pro in 24 Hours

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    Find a perfect ‘hand-related’ Christmas gift … it’s so easy!

    December 10, 2008

    The TOP 10 ‘handy’ Santa Claus & Christmas gift idea suggestions is presented at HANDRESEARCH.COM – taken from the 2008 hand news reports presented earlier this year, including palmistry books & handy gadgets!:

    The handy Christmas gifts ‘PALMISTRY TOP 10’!

    INCLUDING: Palmistry books & books about: hands around the world, hand gestures, left handedness, and some interesting ‘hand related’ gift-gadgets, such as: funny HandSoap!

    Hands. Hearing Gesture. The Encyclopedia of Palmistry.

    Handsoap - wash your hands with hand soap.

    Upendrasingh Bhadoriya - Palmist from Ahmedabad

    Palm reader Upendrasingh Bhadoriya reads hands in Ahmedabad (India)

    Vedic Palmistry.

    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’:
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    Palmist Abarin Yuriy presents palmistry from Russia.

    Palmist Abarin Yuriy

    Palmistry from Russia:

    Palmist Abarin Yuriy describes the difference between ‘the line of influence’ and the ‘line of Mars’.

    In many palmistry books of a ‘line of influence’ is often called a ‘line of Mars’, which is not correct. Though these palmistry lines have some common characteristics: e.g. an arrangement and some properties.

    Palmistry from Russia: ‘the line of influence’

    Abarin Yuriy is a Chiromantist from Samara, Russia and he presents his website at www.xiro-hant.ru

    In his article Mr. Yuriy describes 15 aspects of ‘the line of influence’, and he explains that this line is related to the influence of close people; other names for this line are: ‘the Guardian angel line’, ‘support line’, or ‘line of Venus’.


    Palmistry from Russia

    Palmistry - the length of the life line

    Palmistry - the length of the life line

    “Mr. Palmist, what’s the meaning of the length of the ‘life line’?”

    The life line is one of the most well-known features of Palmistry. Most people are able to find the life line in their own hands.

    Palmistry: discoveries about the human hand

    Some guidelines from the international Palmistry literature about the ‘life line’ (or ‘line of life’):

    William G. Benham writes in ‘The Benham Book of Palmistry’ (1900):

    (p. 467): “The line of Life indicates the health of the subject during the various periods of life, his physical strength in general, and whether he lives during each period on his nervous force or relies upon muscular robustness. By reason of these facts, it records many detailed events in his life, and forms a basis to fall back upon when seeking confirmations and explanations of indications found elsewhere in the hand.”

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

    (p.133): “To the Indian palmists, this line reflects the strength of the family tree. Long, clear, and well-marked life lines are indicative of strength, vitality, good immune systems, good recovery ability, resilience, and sexual energy, especially if they describe a generous curve around a healthy mount of Venus.”

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

    (p.116): “The tenar line: ego drive discipline. This line is identified almost universally as the line of life. And while tradition and folklore have their place in any culture this very unfortunate labeling has contributed to countless tragedies over the years. Books have been published in which the assertion was made that the length of this line is an indicator of the length of the person’s life, and many a death can be attributed to a palmist’s stated certainty that the subject would not life beyond a given year. It is imperative, then, to establish at the start that there is no link whatsoever between this line and the length of one’s life.”


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