by Johnny Fincham (9781846940477)

Johnny Fincham
Release Date: September 2007
Format: Paperback / softback
Pages: 225
Publisher: Brumby Books
ISBN: 9781846940477
ISBN-10: 1846940478

This work is the most innovative approach to its subject since Desbarolle's classic palmistry treatise, first published in 1840. It drags palmistry into the twenty-first century, the first book to free the subject of its dependence on astrology. Here there are no lines of fate nor rings of Saturn, no mystic crosses or stars of fortune which owe more to sorcery than common sense. It eliminates fatalism.
It supplies a new and appropriate label for every feature of the palm (while giving the traditional names for reference), and incorporates for the first time the stream of scientific research undertaken by the universities of Liverpool, Maryland and Munich over the past twenty years. For instance, the length of the ring finger as an indicator of sexual attractiveness and sporting ability (first reported by Dr J Manning in the Journal of Human Psychology in 2003) has featured in at least thirty-eight newspapers and magazines in the last two years. It enlarges on newly discovered findings, like the interpretation of the fingerprint patterns on the individual digits, on which thousands of research papers have been published. By explaining their significance of these patterns, it creates a simple but devastatingly effective technique to uncover the core of individual character. But this is a book for everyone. It refines palmistry down to a simple ten-point technique which is easy to learn but powerful. The book works through twenty-four, hour-long chapters, with end-of-section exercises, backed by up-to-the-minute scientific research. It is also superbly illustrated, with wonderfully entertaining images of actual hands rather than simple drawings, including famous people like Einstein, UK Prime Minister Tony Blair and entertainer Dame Edna Everage.

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