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Post  charmedbrianna on Mon Dec 24, 2012 3:58 am

Hello, I just wanted to introduce myself as I'm a brand new member. I've been studying palmistry on my own for 12 years now. I sort of took a hiatus from it after constantly being asked to read friends and acquaintance's palms at just about every social gathering I went to, for free, as it left me feeling very drained. Now I'm ready to get back in the saddle again, but I'm rusty and find that I run into conflicting information when I pick up any new books and compare with the ones I have studied. I'm hoping to further my knowledge and gain greater understanding from everyone here. I've never met anyone else in person that had this interest or read palms, so this seems like the next best thing. While I feel I have had some success in reading other's palms, there are certain questions I have about my own hands (which seem to change every time I actually look closely at them) that I have never been able to answer from reading and I hope I can gain insight from the community here. Thanks Smile

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Post  pravin kumar on Mon Dec 24, 2012 4:03 am

Dear Friend,

Welcome to the forum. When we are able to read out palms too then we can consider ourselves to read others palm more confidently. I could not read my palms earlier when I started palm reading in 1989 but within 2 years I could read it. As for differences between the knowledge you gained from earlier books you read and now that you have read it could be the same as Palmistry Authors of 20th Century and their approach and the Palmistry authors of 21sth Century or late 20th Century.

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Post  Martijn (admin) on Mon Dec 24, 2012 11:10 am


Hello charmedbrianna,

Welcome at the forum, and you are welcome to share your questions and discuss the 'conflicting information'' that you found - by the way, we might have been discussing some of those issues already!


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