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Post  temoor on Sat Aug 07, 2010 12:50 pm

Hello Everybody,
This is temoor from Pakistan. I hope many of the members (old members from piforums) are already familiar with me. just a brief introduction again.

I am a 23 years old student of BS Computer Science and also author of a helping book "Switching Systems" for "DAE Telecommunication" course.
I am not a professional palmist yet i like to study materials/books on the subject and also continiously practising it since last 7 years. I found the palmistry a very accurate , mind appealing and interesting subject.
I love to analyze hands , derive my own conclusions and debating with professionals. In palmistry , my particular area of interests are , "Nature and Habits" and "Relation of hands with diseases".

I am also practicising "SOLM" (Simple Organ Law of Medicine) , a form of medical science developed by a pakistani scholar 40 years ago, i found it really very helpful in diagnosting diseases from nails, palm and other parts of body.

I hope this is enough. Hope to learn new things and techniques from this great forum.

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Post  Martijn (admin) on Sat Aug 07, 2010 1:07 pm

Hi Temoor,

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Re: Introduction: Temoor from pakistan

Post  asif amin on Sat Aug 07, 2010 2:11 pm

Nice to see you and welcome you in a forum. I hope you will serve your experience for this forum.
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Re: Introduction: Temoor from pakistan

Post  Lynn on Sat Aug 07, 2010 2:58 pm

HI Temoor, Nice to see you here.
Did Rao's thumb book that I sent you ever arrive?
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Post  temoor on Sun Aug 08, 2010 2:01 am

Hi lynn,
thanks for welcoming. I don't know why, but unfortunately book didn't arrive till now. For many times i went to local post office to enquire about the book but all in vain.

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Re: Introduction: Temoor from pakistan

Post  Lynn on Sun Aug 08, 2010 11:56 am

oh Temoor, I am sorry it didn't arrive. The woman at the post-office was useless... she forgot to give me a customs form to declare the contents, I had to ask her for it. She was going to charge me Europe rates & I had to point out it was going to PK. I wonder if she made some mistake? I wrote the address exactly as you gave it to me. I put my 'sender' address on, but it was never returned to me. I guess it is lost in the post forever!
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Re: Introduction: Temoor from pakistan

Post  TruthSeeker on Sun Aug 08, 2010 6:35 pm

Here's my humble 5 cents.

If you didn't send the packet by registered post then it probably ended up in the postman's house. Over the years, I have had many friends from the Indian subcontinent and I recall them telling me to always send stuff to them only by registered post or it will "end up" in the postman's house!

The postman is probably reading it now, and he might soon join this forum.

Sorry, didn't mean to make light of this serious matter. I'm just pointing to a sad fact that I've known for years.

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Re: Introduction: Temoor from pakistan

Post  Lynn on Sun Aug 08, 2010 7:00 pm

TruthSeeker wrote:The postman is probably reading it now, and he might soon join this forum.



Sadly I just sent it airmail. sorry Temoor :-(
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