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    AmarenLux
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    Palmistry

    Post  AmarenLux on Sun Jan 31, 2016 3:38 am

    Hey 

    For some reason Palmistry fascinates me n yet I've never had a palmistry reading.
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    Re: Palmistry

    Post  ameliorate on Sun Jan 31, 2016 10:30 am

    I have mixed feelings/thoughts about palmistry.

    One the one hand (see what I did there?) I have heard that one palm depicts lines we are born with whilst the other hand
    shows what we make of our life - incorporating future revelations.

    However, I have also heard that it is another form of divination and not to mistake the object for the process, i.e. that it is
    just a springboard to access psychic abilities/intuition.  So, whether it is a crystal ball or tea leaf reading they act as a
    backdrop to allowing this process and (I have read) do not, of themselves, depict the message.
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    Re: Palmistry

    Post  Crystal on Sun Jan 31, 2016 12:08 pm

    I read palms, I was taught as a young girl and as I grew up I realised that the fixed version of events was not the best way or the only way to interpret palm lines. It really ticks me off when someone picks up a hand and tuts and says oh you will die young or get married three times and have 4 children before 30 etc etc, those lines can and do change and predictions tend to wreck the prediction.
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    Re: Palmistry

    Post  AmarenLux on Sun Jan 31, 2016 12:26 pm

    interesting :) might be worth looking into it since i seem to be curious about it.

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