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where is the best website on how to read palms?

where is the best website on how to read palms?
i want to learn how to read palms, what is the best website for that? and i’m not wikkin or anything, i just think it would be fun. =D
look, i said i am NOT Wiccan!! i am strict old regular baptist, but i haven’t made it right yet, im only 13 but i just think it would be a cool party trick i’m not going to change my religion

Suggestion by Gutbucket-itis – a cure is coming
No, that is just foolishness

Suggestion by Freddy Flatfeet
palms or psalms……big difference.

Suggestion by Hobbie Horse
Miami, FL has lots of palms to read.

how to read palms

where can i go online to learn how to read palms?

Suggestion by Profuy
Try this:

Palm Reading – Learn How to Read Palms
Ever wondered what all those lines on your palms meant? Here is a quick guide to learning how to read palms…


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Does anyone have any websites on how to read palms?
ive always wanted to read palms

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Suggestion by Ken L
There are several good ones, but just be sure the people who wrote it have real experience.
There is a good sized list of professional palm readers and their websites at http://www.humanhand.com/palmreaders.html
Be sure to also visit the other resource sites listed below.

How to fortune tell/palm read?

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How to fortune tell/palm read?
I’m being a gypsy for halloween and at a party I’ll be in a booth doing fortune telling and palm reading! haha Any tips for me? I have no clue how to do any of it! Obviously it is just for fun, but can you send me some links of how to do it? Or better personally tell me? Also, any crafty ideas you can think of. I was thinking of getting a crystal ball or something.

Suggestion by Henry
Look at the lines on their hands, tell gibberish about each line, like life line,
Love line, ect. Make you memorized what you said, so each persons life line is in the se spot as the other persons

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How long does it take to read a palm?
I want to know because some lady at this theater of terror gave me bad news but she read my palm in like 10 seconds. I dont think she would be real to read it that fast. Any help?

Suggestion by The Undertaker
You can glance at a palm and do a quick reading. Ten seconds is still enuf time to see the main details.

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How Do You Read Palms?

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How Do You Read Palms?
I want to know how to do that whole laugh-line, love-line, life-line thing. Does anyone know which is which, and how to tell? Or, like, a place to learn it?

Suggestion by 509432509432
I don’t think you can unless there is words written on them.

Suggestion by 3rd eye
Check out cold reading, thats the secret.

Suggestion by STEVE
The three lines found on almost all hands, and generally given most weight by palmists:

HEART LINE. It is found towards the top of the palm, under the fingers. In some traditions, the line is read as starting from the edge of the palm under the little finger and flowing across the palm towards the thumb; in others, it is seen as starting under the fingers and flowing toward the outside edge of the palm. Palmists interpret this line to represent matters of the heart, both physical and metaphorical, and believe it can indicate emotional stability, romantic perspectives, depression, and stoicism, in addition to various aspects of cardiac health.

HEAD LINE. This line starts at the edge of the palm under the index finger and flows across the palm towards the outside edge. Often, the head line is joined with the life line (see below) at inception. Palmists generally interpret this line to represent the person’s mind and the way it works, including learning style, communication style, intellectualism, and thirst for knowledge. It is also believed to indicate a preference for creative or analytical approaches to information (i.e., right brain or left brain).

LIFE LINE. This line extends from the edge of the palm above the thumb and travels in an arc towards the wrist. This line is believed to represent the person’s vitality and vigor, physical health and general well being. The life line is also believed to reflect major life changes, including cataclysmic events, physical injuries, and relocations. Contrary to popular belief, modern palmists generally do not believe that the length of a person’s life line is tied to the length of a person’s life.

Is there a site that will teach/explain/show me how to read palms?

Suggestion by Ino
Instructions and background information on palm reading

Suggestion by trinity

how to read palms

how can i learn to read palms by tommmrow?

Suggestion by Blah
Just dreaming.
But if you are awake go to

Suggestion by hellion210
just fake it, its not like anyone can really prove you wrong.

Suggestion by S
go to yahoo india , the horoscope section gives few basic tips which is easy to remember.

But just f.y.i ; http://www.crystalinks.com/palmistry.html

Q&A: Tarot cards: What does it mean when it says reversed position and upright position? Which one do I read?

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Tarot cards: What does it mean when it says reversed position and upright position? Which one do I read?
I have heard it means which way the card is facing but i shuffle my cards all in the upright position? So I’m confused.

Suggestion by Atheism Fails Again
It mean’s bullsh*t. Hope this helps.

Suggestion by Chelayil Jayakrishnan
In a few quests in Astrology using the “Prasna Margam”, I have sometimes observed some importance with the directions that the Astrologer faces while performing the act of “Prasnam”.

When the astrologer is facing North or East the results that gets revealed randomly seems to be having some immediate effects, whereas if the Astrologer is facing South or West, the results seems to be coming in the long run perhaps after putting in a lot of efforts.

Suggestion by Scarlet MacBlu
This is an option for reading cards. Some readers shuffle so that about half the cards are “reversed” and there is a mix of cards that face the opposite direction and come up “up-side-down” when dealt into a spread. When they come up “reversed” there are several ways to interpret it… it could be the opposite meaning of the card, it could mean the same meaning as the card but over-exadurated or it could mean the more negative aspects of the cards meaning. The guidbook that comes with your deck already suggests “reversed” meanings and you can use that book to help you figure this out.

Many tarot readers (and all of the professional ones I know) tend not to read reversed. A lot of tarot readers think that 78 cards contains quit enough symbolism to provide a good reading and doesn’t need to be confused by flipping cards up-side-down… besides, the artwork generally is intended to be viewed right-side-up (no painter or artist I know thinks about what their painting would look like “reversed” while creating it.)
It’s a personal choice. I choose to read all my cards upright and know plenty of readers who agree.

As far as “which one do you read” out of the book? PUT THE BOOK AWAY! Don’t use the book when interpreting your spread! The cards are meant to be read as-is… the book is merely a study guide for when you are familiarizing yourself with the deck and the system. When doing a reading, forget the book, even if you get “stuck” on a card. My young freind demonstrated this to me very clearly when she bought her first deck and the guidbook it was supposed to come with was missing from the package. She had no experience with tarot but gave me a spooky accurate reading straight out of the box and pulled a lot of the traditional meanings out of the cards just by examining them and talking through the symbolism she noticed out-loud to herself.
Try that… look at your cards and verbalize about the symbols you see and what they might mean… then apply your observations to the situation in question.

As far as studying, try this… get your guidebook and maybe another tarot book and go through your deck. Try laying out seven cards at a time in order (start with 8, including the Fool and then 7 cards at a time after that) each day… you could also do just one or two cards a day depending on how much time you have and how long you are willing to take. Examine each card and read what the books say about it, yes, even the reversed meaning. Journal about what YOU see in the card and how you see the guidbook meanings in the card and what other meanings they might have. If you can figure out WHY a card means “X” or “Y” and can come to a personal understanding of what that card means to YOU, then you will never need the book again!

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Can anyone here read tarot cards, can you answer my questions?
1. what does it mean when the majority of your cards are all one suit?
2. what is you a doing a certain spread and you have a spot for love money etc and the card that is in that place has no info about the topic
3. do you say the negative views or positive views according to whether the card is upside down or not? how does it being upside down come into it?

i do have more questions but i cant think of them right now! Any help you can give me would be fab !

Suggestion by naomi s
I can’t sorry

Suggestion by Where is my mind
First off, the tarot will not give you a ‘yes or no’ answer so the ‘questioner’ has to formulate the question to suit that.. So if they were interested in cash flow etc (For a beginner reader one question at a time works best) the question might be something like ‘Give me some insight into my relationship with money/cash flow etc..’ this is usually asked by the questioner while shuffling and then the answers will come through the cards depending on the spread..

For one suit to show up dominantly (again depending ‘if’ a question were asked) then the cards are bringing insight or prompts within that area..

If your just starting out out, shuffle the cards while asking the question then cut the cards and deal the top 3 as Past Present and Future, again be open minded that the cards are ‘not’ as a whole but part of the aspect of the card will highlight something important regarding your question.. This will get you use to ‘interpreting’ the meaning of the cards ‘individually’ and then as a ‘spread’ as one card next to another often changes or alters the meanings slightly.

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Are there exactly (and only) one way to read tarot cards?
Are there exactly (and only) one way to read tarot cards? Like for example one combination with like two cards MUST mean one thing.
Professional is there only one way. Please no answers from someone from Abrahamic religions. Thank you.
Professional is there only one way. Please no answers from someone from Abrahamic religions. Thank you.
Can I read it just from the book (Power Tarot)?
So I base on interpretation along the lines of the book? But not exactly the same?

Suggestion by Hal Roach
If there was, then there’d only be one book on the market. As it stands, there are thousands.

Suggestion by lavampdarkblade
Not at all, there are plenty of games to play with them.

Suggestion by Scarlet MacBlu
Absolutely not! The cards may have traditional meanings and associations, but these are suggestions and guides, not absolutes. The cards only mean what the reader finds within them. And it doesn’t even have to be based on the traditional meaning. For example, I had someone once ask me whether they should take piano or violin lessons. I pulled the 8 of Cups, which traditionally is associated with abandonment, but in the deck I was using, literally had a piano in the background. The answer was obvious.

Let’s take that same card and apply it to a couple other questions.
“Should I apply for a job with XYZ company?”
8 of cups – Suggests no, abandon the attempt. OR, it could mean, yes, abandon your old job and apply for a new one. OR it could mean apply for this job and then transfer to another part of the country abandoning your previous home.
“Should I stay with my boyfriend?”
8 of cups – Suggests, no, leave him. OR it could mean, yes, stay with him, move in with him and move out of your parents house.

Even with the same question, you can see there are multiple options for meanings. That’s the job of the interpretor/reader… to figure out what meanings might apply. It’s an exercise of the intuitive sense… as a reader, do I think the card indicates leaving the boyfriend or leaving the house you grew up in or leaving the country altogether? Or something else? For some readers, one card might almost always mean X, but for the next reader, that same card might carry a different association, though it may be somewhat similar in theme. The cards are tools that can be used to tap into intuitive senses or even just as brainstorming tools. For me, it’s exactly that reason, the fact that the cards can have so many different meanings, that makes them so useful as tools.

When it comes to doing your readings, if you are a beginning reader, I would highly recommend that you DON’T read from the book while you are giving readings (even to yourself). The book is there as a study guide… to familiarize yourself with the traditional or suggested meaning. In fact, there are dozens of books on card meanings and if you look through them, they’ll often have different meanings for cards, though usually a variation on the same general theme… But the point of the card isn’t to just spit out rote meanings… otherwise the meanings would be printed right on the card instead of that beautiful artwork you see.
Instead, when giving a reading, look at the image on the card. Forget about trying to remember what the book said about it and look at the picture yourself. What do you see in the picture? A piano? A walking stick? A wreath? Why does that particular object or image jump out at you? What could it possibly symbolize? What is the sense you get, the feeling the card makes you feel? What is the person on the card doing, how do they feel? What would happen if the seeker (the person receiving the reading) were to behave in a similar way as the person on the card is and would that help or hurt their matter of question? It doesn’t matter if the meaning you find isn’t the same as the one in the book… like my example with the piano. Don’ try to “memorize” the card meanings and just focus on getting a handle on HOW the cards are structured and how to LOOK at the cards… then you won’t have to remember anything because you’ll see it all in the images.

How do you read Tarot Cards?

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How do you read Tarot Cards?
I just got tarot card for my 18th birthday and I do not know how to read them. Can someone help me out please. I know they only work if they are given as a gift and i got them as a gift for my birthday. please help.

Suggestion by gutbucket
With a huge grain of salt, since they are meaningless in reality.

Suggestion by satan.lovesus
a book should have come with it? if not there are hundreds of books on the subject and i am sure websites as well

Suggestion by olderman
That ‘s easy; you just look at the pictures and make stuff up.

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How do Tarot Cards work?
Could someone please give me a simple description about what Tarot Cards are and how they work, without using any big words? I need this for a project in school, i’ve looked around but i don’t understand a thing! I will not use what you said word for word, i just need an idea. thanks!

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How would the Tarot Cards predict your own death if it was to happen not too far long in the future?
What combinations may suggest that.

Suggestion by Andy
They would be stuck in your throat while you desperately struggle to breathe and remove them.

Suggestion by Jacob
i agree with the first answer. they wouldn’t. the whole tarot cards predicting death thing is a movie myth. in fact, the death card really isn’t that bad and means a transition.

Suggestion by Isabelle
I think you would have to be clairvoyant at the same time. The cards themselves ? I am a bit dubious..
although if you did a reading for let’s say a person who is terminally ill and the tower, death card and all the “badies” come up over and over again..I would not exactly be jumping up and down.