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Dedication
Introduction
2 - Introducing Fingers
3 - Palms and Fingers
4 - Fingers and Fingernails
5 - Hand Lines
7 - Fingertips and Fingerprints
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ON READING PALMS

ON READING PALMS

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Published by Marius
Look at your hands - right hand, left hand, front and back. Useful things, hands. Useful for carrying
packages, tuning a carburetor, pulling a sled or petting a pup.
Your fingers tell you if something is smooth or prickly, gooey or rough.
Look some more at your hands. At the strong lines that cut across your palms. At the web of fine,
wavy lines - close together - that cover your skin from your wrists to your fingertips.
Look at them and think: Is there a mystery about them? Are hands mysterious as well as marvellous?
Do they have a tale to tell? Secrets to unfold? News - about you?
Could it be possible to "read" your hands - the way you read a map or a book?
In the past some people thought this might be so. Some think so still.
Hands painted on the walls of caves and hands carved on stone, thousands of years old, tell without
words that early men and women must have looked at their hands in wonder the way you look at your
hands now. Chinese people, Indians from India, North American Indians - all studied their hands and
tried to puzzle out the mysteries.
Look at your hands - right hand, left hand, front and back. Useful things, hands. Useful for carrying
packages, tuning a carburetor, pulling a sled or petting a pup.
Your fingers tell you if something is smooth or prickly, gooey or rough.
Look some more at your hands. At the strong lines that cut across your palms. At the web of fine,
wavy lines - close together - that cover your skin from your wrists to your fingertips.
Look at them and think: Is there a mystery about them? Are hands mysterious as well as marvellous?
Do they have a tale to tell? Secrets to unfold? News - about you?
Could it be possible to "read" your hands - the way you read a map or a book?
In the past some people thought this might be so. Some think so still.
Hands painted on the walls of caves and hands carved on stone, thousands of years old, tell without
words that early men and women must have looked at their hands in wonder the way you look at your
hands now. Chinese people, Indians from India, North American Indians - all studied their hands and
tried to puzzle out the mysteries.

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