Palmistry, Plain & Simple: The Only Book You’ll Ever Need
In this book, I show how easy it is to read hands for fun and pleasure. I even show how to weigh someone up without them knowing that you are doing it. In fact, I start this book by setting a scene where a woman, then a man who are out on the town spot someone attractive and want to know a little more about them. I show how they can do this just by looking casually at their hands. Use this book and practice on your friends to see how close you can get to their characters, objectives and goals. A little palmistry knowledge can give you a lot of fun, and it never fails to impress.
After the fun section, I cover the basics of hand reading, including the lines, mounts, fingers, and thumb—all the other components that relate to the subject. I show how to judge someone's character and long term destiny. I tend to use the masculine “he” and “him” in books such as this because it makes them easier to read. Naturally, everything in my book relates to both sexes and every type of person. At the end of the book I return to the theme of checking out a new acquaintance, this time to judge how the two of you might get along together.
This book will not turn you into a professional hand reader overnight. That takes years of practice and tons of knowledge, but if it encourages you to seek more insight into the subject of hand reading, you can always move on to the heavy stuff later. The most comprehensive palmistry book around these days is Modern Palmistry, which I co-wrote with the fine palmist and illustrator, Malcolm Wright.
So for now, take the easy route to developing your knowledge and your social skills with this Plain and Simple book.