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Post  mikebull on Sat Aug 04, 2012 10:33 am


Hi guys

Having read this thread I'm not entirely sure this is the right place for this post but as you seem to know something about indian palmistry you may be able to help

I have read in the past that indian palmists sometimes just read the thumb. how could i find out more about this...what they look for in the thumb and so on?

I would greatly appreciate any guidance

many thanks

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Post  pravin kumar on Sat Aug 04, 2012 1:18 pm

Dear Mike,

Long long time back I was asked to read the palm of a boy who got divorced. His father, who had asked me to read the palm, just looked at my thumb nail and predicted something which was 100% correct. I asked him how did he do it? He replied "Siddhi" He could not read his son's future though as otherwise his son would not have been divorced. However if you want to read about thumb in detail do read "The Laws of Scientific Hand Reading" By William G Benham.

Pravin Kumar


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Post  mikebull on Sat Aug 04, 2012 3:11 pm

Thanks for the reply Pravin I will check that out

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Post  Patti on Sat Aug 04, 2012 3:49 pm

I have a book in my collection called "Your Destiny in Thumb" by R. G. Rao. (Indian System of Thumb Reading with 200 Illustrations)

I haven't actually read it but have looked through it a number of times. So I can't comment on its accuracy. You may find it interesting. The illustrations are good.

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Post  mikebull on Sat Aug 04, 2012 4:29 pm

Thanks Patti - Ive just bought the from vedic books for £6,45 including shipment

Thanks also Pravin - Ive just downloaded a pdf version of the laws of scientific hand reading

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Post  sujit295 on Wed Dec 05, 2012 7:02 pm

He replied "Siddhi" He could read his son's future though as otherwise his son would not have been divorced.
I also know some palmist who tells something like you mentioned with 101% accuracy. and tells always that all thing I knows I studied in books which is unavailable or out of print now.He does guide me that If yo do some karmic action then you will be able tell like me. But I have never done that. If you do not have text confirmation or told by learned people how GOD teach or tell something like that eventually merely by doing Sidhhi. Sidhhi only increases intuition power and see probability or future of occurrence more visible to them. It also increases confidence in a MAN.
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Post  Sari on Thu Dec 06, 2012 8:07 am

I studied this a little, mainly the line in the middle of the thumb, often seen or named as a grain of rice. I kept an eye on my own grain of rice and to my surprise this line changes all the time along with our life changes. I can see how a simple reading can be done by the thumb alone, and it's very interesting.
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Post  pravin kumar on Thu Dec 06, 2012 8:55 am

Sari,

My grain of rice has not changed since last several years (smile). Actually what I meant in the reply that I gave earlier was this elderly gentleman saw my thumb nail and predicted something which was 100% truth. He could not predict the divorce of his youngest son through the thumb nail perhaps and that is why he asked me to read his son's palm for future marriage, whether it will be successful or not. This reading of the nail of the thumb is what he called as Siddhi. Siddhi is some intuitional power by which you can see certain things very clearly.

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Post  Upendrasingh Bhadoriya on Thu Dec 06, 2012 9:11 am

Thumb in Indian palmistry-
Things mentioned in Indian palmistry about thumb
Synonymous of thumb:
Angust, Meru parvat, Hans, Shiv, Raja, Chutuhpriya, Bhogi, Ganpathi, Vishnu, Akshayvat, Maya.
We are using thumb in Medical palmistry by diving it in three phalanges:
Nail Phalange: Head
Middle Phalange: Mouth
Lower Phalange: Throat
We are using thumb in horary palmistry:
Surrounding place, Sweet test, Yogi in Caste, Round in Shape,
Nail Phalange: New moon day/ Full moon day, Cancer Sign planet -Moon
Middle Phalange: Tenth moon day, Leo Sign, planet -Sun
Lower Phalange: Five moon day , Virgo Sign, planet -Mercury etc.

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Post  tajender on Thu Dec 06, 2012 4:59 pm

Please explain in detail. Its hard to understand what you mean.

Upendrasingh Bhadoriya wrote:Thumb in Indian palmistry-
Things mentioned in Indian palmistry about thumb
Synonymous of thumb:
Angust, Meru parvat, Hans, Shiv, Raja, Chutuhpriya, Bhogi, Ganpathi, Vishnu, Akshayvat, Maya.
We are using thumb in Medical palmistry by diving it in three phalanges:
Nail Phalange: Head
Middle Phalange: Mouth
Lower Phalange: Throat
We are using thumb in horary palmistry:
Surrounding place, Sweet test, Yogi in Caste, Round in Shape,
Nail Phalange: New moon day/ Full moon day, Cancer Sign planet -Moon
Middle Phalange: Tenth moon day, Leo Sign, planet -Sun
Lower Phalange: Five moon day , Virgo Sign, planet -Mercury etc.


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Post  Upendrasingh Bhadoriya on Fri Dec 07, 2012 4:35 am

Respected Tajenderji ,
You are right it very difficult to understand all the meaning and use of the thumb at a glance. Simultaneously it is not ease to me to explain the entire thing over here. I am using this in regular practice and depend on circumstances. In horary palmistry I use frequently.
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Post  poppy on Sat Feb 23, 2013 2:09 pm

Hi Everyone

Here is 2 links to the books that have been mentioned: Your destiny in thumb http://www.scribd.com/doc/117849837/B-G-Rao-Your-Destiny-in-Thumb

the laws of scientific handreading http://www.deceptionary.com/ftp/Benham.pdf

I hope this is helpful.

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