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Moshe Zwang

Post  tap on Wed Jun 08, 2011 3:38 pm

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Just wondering if anyone has read Moshe Zwang's studies/information on palmistry, and if so what your opinion is? It seems he is known more for his palm therapy work in which he applies his palmistry knowledge.

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Re: Moshe Zwang

Post  tap on Thu Jun 09, 2011 12:05 am

I found this from Kenneth Lagerstrom's site.

http://www.humanhand.com/palmtherapy.html

Sounds like he was well respected and recognized "In a previous HumanHand.com Newsletter, Moshe Zwang was named as one of the three greatest contributers to Hand Analysis in the 20th Century."

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Re: Moshe Zwang

Post  Lynn on Thu Jun 09, 2011 1:21 am

I noticed earlier that Martijn asked a question on facebook & someone replied that Moshe Zwang died a few years ago (?) Sorry to hear it, I would have loved to speak to him! I have his book "Palm Therapy" but have never read it in any depth. I remember seeing some online videos (maybe on his website which no longer exists) about how palm therapy works and it seems amazing. I wish I could have learnt from him.

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Re: Moshe Zwang

Post  Martijn (admin) on Thu Jun 09, 2011 1:39 am


Hi Tap & Lynn,

Lynn - Thanks for delevering the sad 'news' (though for me this news was a confirmation of what I had considered as a possible explanation for the fact that his website suddenly had disappeared).

Anat also mentioned that he only left a large number of 'practitioners', no teachers who could step into his shoes.

Tap - I have a copy of Moshe Zwang's book; though it counts many pages, I think it requires a good instructor (tough I am aware that in Canada, Germany, and Israel there are quite a few palm therapy practitioners... after Anat's info I am not sure that anyone could do that like Moshe Zwang has done during a significant of his life).


PS. On my website I present an overview of some articles about & related to palmtherapy; I can especially recommend the following article - which also includes a study from a hospital in Israel:
http://www.handresearch.com/news/palmtherapy-relieving-anxiety.htm

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Re: Moshe Zwang

Post  Lynn on Thu Jun 09, 2011 1:46 am

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Anat also mentioned that he only left a large number of 'practitioners', no teachers who could step into his shoes.

That is very sad. No one to continue his teaching? Maybe the guy was ahead of his time. From the little I know about it, Palm Therapy sounded a very promising idea that I would love to learn more about. Agree with Martijn that, although I have the book, it would be nice to have some teacher guide me thru it.

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Post  tap on Thu Jun 09, 2011 3:01 am

Thanks Lynn and Martijn

A few years ago I read the information on Kenneth Lagerstrom's site and download the book from the palmtheraphy site. At that time I had collected so much information that I just glanced through it then. Today I found it in my files and read through it a little better. He seemed to state some differences in his palmistry section. Anyhow when I went to see more about it/google it I noticed the site was gone and the only information I could find was from quite awhile ago. Thanks for the links Martijn. Interesting study.

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