Simply Palmistry

Simply Palmistry

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Sasha Fenton, author of Modern Palmistry , proves that you can hold the truth in the palm of your hand. With her help, you can learn to recognize if the lifeline is wide-forked (happiness at home) or narrow, which signifies a long struggle. You'll check whether the first phalanges of the fingers are long (intelligence) or short (someone who thinks less but possibly achieves more). You'll even be able to tell if that new romance is a good catch without the person knowing that you're "reading" them! A good palmistry session is a fun way to get acquainted. It breaks the ice, and its uncanny accuracy never fails to impress. Special feature: a step-by-step breakdown of a palm reading in photographs.

Publisher: New York : Sterling Pub. Co., c2005
ISBN: 9781402722752
Branch Call Number: 133.6 FEN 2005
Characteristics: 160 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 23 cm


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