The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Palmistry, Second Edition

The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Palmistry, Second Edition

  • ISBN13: 9781592573462
  • Condition: NEW
  • Notes: Brand New from Publisher. No Remainder Mark.

Your future is in your hands. This updated and revised second edition covers palm and hand reading, including an in-depth look at individual fingers, lines, and the shape of the palm, and how these can be read to reveal personal insights.

• All-new information on health, happiness, and well-being and how a reading can interpret them
• Worksheets to help beginners chart the dominant characteristics of the hand and what they mean in a reading
• Exercises, examples, an

Rating: (out of 12 reviews)

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  1. El Brujo says:

    Review by El Brujo for The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Palmistry, Second Edition
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    I have a few books on Palmistry, including the classic Cheiro’s The Language of the Hands, The Art of hand Reading, and so on and so on. But to be frankly honest with you, none of those books compare to the excellent recourse of information given in this so called “Idiot’s guide.”There is an excellent section on interpreting the phalanges, which buy itself is an art all it’s own. Plus everything else is discussed in the book. The mounts, the lines, skin texture, hand shape, and it goes on and on. This book was my first Idiot’s Guide, that I have purchased, and the last book on Palmistry. Being that it was such a well written and easy to understand book, I became obsessed with all things Idiot’s Guides. But trust me, an idiot’s guide this is not. A Wealth of information. Excellent for the beginners as well as the advanced, there is something to learn for every one.

  2. Edward D. Campbell says:

    Review by Edward D. Campbell for The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Palmistry, Second Edition
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    Robin Gile has presented an excellent introduction to the art of palmistry, well laid out and very informative. It has many very good illustrations. It also has sound information for the professionals. His work on the fingers is some of the best I have read and I have about 150 books on the subject. The lesson plans are well laid out. I have a few professional disagreements over nomenclature, but these do not detract from the information to be gleaned from the work. Any good library on Palmistry must include this work.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Review by for The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Palmistry, Second Edition
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    This book is wonderfully written and illustrated, but tends to give you too much information at once. I have read several other book on chiromancy (palm reading) that break down this divinational practice to the lowest common denominator!Highly recommended for someone whom already has a good grasp on this practice…..may be a bit too much for the newbie! Well written (I’m a BIG “complete idiot’s guide” fan!!!) and researched. Overall, very good!Recommended with reservation!

  4. Anonymous says:

    Review by for The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Palmistry, Second Edition
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    This is the first palmistry book I have purchased. It provided a good overview of the many facets of palm reading. I feel like I understand the various things that palm readers observe. However, I did not walk away with an understanding of how to interpret what is observed. A book with sample photos instead of basic sketch drawings might be more helpful.

  5. Sparky Sparkarama says:

    Review by Sparky Sparkarama for The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Palmistry, Second Edition
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    I ordered four books on palmistry in the same order and this one was far and away the most comprehensive and easiest to understand. I have been reading palms occasionally and making money at it for two years, so I don’t consider myself a beginner, but this book, while occasionally silly (“phalange is not a dirty word”) is just chock full of useful, sensibly arranged information.

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