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Post  David-W on Wed Oct 26, 2011 1:31 pm

Hey all, wave

My name is David.

I've been reading some books about palmistry lately and thought this was actually something interesting to learn. The books I've read so far are 'palmistry' by David V. and a bit of 'palmistry for all' by Cheiro.

That's why I have decided to learn a bit more about all of this and other cold reading methods (like body language etc). I joined the forum to increase my knowledge ^^.

So expect questions from me over the course of the next few weeks (and months perhaps).

In the meantime. Any other good books I should read?

David.

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Post  Patti on Wed Oct 26, 2011 3:26 pm

David-W wrote:Hey all, wave

My name is David.

I've been reading some books about palmistry lately and thought this was actually something interesting to learn. The books I've read so far are 'palmistry' by David V. and a bit of 'palmistry for all' by Cheiro.

That's why I have decided to learn a bit more about all of this and other cold reading methods (like body language etc). I joined the forum to increase my knowledge ^^.

So expect questions from me over the course of the next few weeks (and months perhaps).

In the meantime. Any other good books I should read?

David.

Hello David,
Welcome to the forum! wave

I wouldn't particularly put palm reading directly into the category of 'cold reading'. Although that method can be applied during a reading, palmistry itself does not require cold reading.

As you may notice, hands can be read fairly well without any feedback or response from their owners.

There are several discussions here about favorite books and top 100 palmistry books that you should find when you look around a bit.

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Post  Ramann on Fri Oct 28, 2011 4:31 am

Hello,

There are many good books on palmistry available in the market.As you start reading books on palmistry your idea of a good book and a bad book will develop over the years..There is no short cut.Although most of the books are good ,if not well researched well presented.
Palmistry for beginners By Richard Webster is a good book for beginners to start with your studies and as you read more and more your library will go on adding some of the very best books written on Palmistry.

However what I feel Cheiro's books are what a beginner generally reads.The Great Cheiro was a excellent writer and an extraordinary clairvoyant however his books are for a good read and not meant to be bibles for Hand Reading Beginners.

Best wishes for your hand reading Interest.

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