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About Chiromancy

     Reading in the palm of the hands is one of the oldest occult practices over time. This dates back to our times before our era. It is not known precisely in writing when chiromancy occurred, and where, however, it is believed that the principles of chiromancy occurred in India and Egypt being further widespread in Greece, Europe and America.

Chiromantie Linii Palma Ghicit

Among the remarkable personalities who knew the art of reading in the palm were:

  • Platon
  • Aristotel
  • Socrate
  • Ptolomeu
  • Julius Caesar
  • Hipocrate
  • Pliniu
  • Paracelsus
  • Alexandru cel Mare
  • Contele de Saint-Germain
  • and many others

     In antiquity it was regarded with interest and studied in the great educational institutions, used by doctors, philosophers and leaders.

     The Orient is still regarded with great interest.

     Since the Middle Ages this practice has been reneged by the Christian church and considered „witchcraft” being removed from the system. This art has gained momentum in the Victorian era, where many books have been written based on reading, and have survived to this day.

     At present, palm reading has become a precious tool for analyzing personality, character, medical predispositions, emotional status, person’s thinking, future predispositions, attitudes, talent, innasciated inclinations, inherent qualities, motivations, thinking, abilities, , the past, the present and the future. It is accessible to the general public and is of particular interest to doctors, psychoanalysts and criminals.

     In our palms we have a disproportionate number of nerve endings that record our electrical impulses from the heart and brain.

  • The left hemisphere dominates the right side including the right hand
  • The right hemisphere dominates the left side including left hand
  • The dominant hand is the one with which he writes and represents the conscious self, the way we exteriorize, and what we did
  • Passive hand is the subconscious, the inheritance, and how we feel inwardly
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