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Good books for beginners?

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Good books for beginners?

Post  Foxymoron on Sat Jan 14, 2012 11:35 am

What books would be suggested if I were to get just one or 2 books to give me a sound basic understanding and starting point of reference?
I have been reading as much as I can online, but think a book might be more ordered and helpful in that way.

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Re: Good books for beginners?

Post  Ramann on Sat Jan 14, 2012 7:22 pm

Foxymoron wrote:What books would be suggested if I were to get just one or 2 books to give me a sound basic understanding and starting point of reference?

Hello Foxymoron,

Palmistry for beginners By Richard Webster.

Very basic book on palmistry lucidly written.You should like it.Resources in the net are ok but a book is a book.

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Ramann

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Re: Good books for beginners?

Post  Nleimbigler on Sun Mar 18, 2012 5:05 pm

Hi Foxymoron,

My first book that I studied inside out was "The spellbounding power of palmistry" by Johnny Fincham.
I think that it's very modern, simple but complete. Johnny explains everything in a way that's logical. It's a good foundation and not as confusing as some other books.
Good luck!

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Re: Good books for beginners?

Post  Foxymoron on Tue Mar 20, 2012 11:25 am

Thank you. I have got both the books mentioned now. I am wondering already what the next one for my hand reading education should be Smile

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