will u have bad luck if you got your palms read and u tell people what they said?
well the other day i went and got my palms read (for fun) you know to see what they were going to say, if they were right and knew what they were talking about.
and the psychic did know what she was talking about and i liked what i heard so then right after lol i told all 3 of my sisters what she said. (i mean we all did bc we were so inshock bc she really knew what she was saying! it was very accurate) ..but dont get me wrong i dont believe in that stuff i just did it for fun.
but they say if you tell people your tellings its bad?
i want to know whats going to happen if u told people?
and if you’ve had your palm read, how was your experince?
Suggestion by Acorn
Having your palm read is “bad luck”.
Anything that summons spirits to look outside of the realm humans are supposed to live in is asking for trouble. Seriously. Spirits can latch onto you by opening up to that kind of thing.
Suggestion by Nay
No I haven’t had that experience, I’ve been to have my tarot cards read a couple of times which were sort of spot on. I believe it’s not bad luck to share and talk about your experience with others … if anything it’s good business for her so I’m sure she would be grateful.
Suggestion by Hippy Kitty
My friend does palm reading and she’s very good, but she also reads auras so it’s a combo of both really, that might be what happened to you as most combine what they do without knowing there doing it. Well it’s not bad luck it’s just a thing that’s now become bad luck, like that canny man thing it’s an urban myth
reading palms can anyone explain to me how or send me to a site that will????
I would really apprishate it thank you so much!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Suggestion by chainlightning38
Palmistry, also known as chiromancy, is the practice of telling fortunes from the lines, marks, and patterns on the hands, particularly the palms.
Palmistry was practiced in many ancient cultures, such as India, China and Egypt. The first book on the subject appeared in the 15th century. The term chiromancy comes from the Greek word for hand (cheir).
Palmistry was used during the middle ages to detect witches. It was believed that certain spots on the hand indicated one had made a pact with the Devil. Palmistry was condemned by the Catholic Church but in the 17th century it was taught at several German universities. Britain outlawed palmistry in the 18th century. It is popular enough in America in the 20th century to deserve its own book in the Complete Idiot’s Guide series.
According to Ann Fiery (The Book of Divination), if you are right handed, your left hand indicates inherited personality traits and your right hand indicates your individuality and fulfillment of potential. The palmist claims to be able to read the various lines on your hand. These lines are given names like the life line, the head line, the heart line, the Saturne line. The life line supposedly indicates physical vitality, the head line intellectual capacity, the heart line emotional nature, etc.
Some palmistry mimics metoposcopy or physiognomy. It claims that you can tell what a person is like by the shape of their hands. Creative people have fan-shaped hands and sensitive souls have narrow, pointy fingers and fleshy palms, etc. There is about as much scientific support for such notions as there is for personology or phrenology. All such forms of divination seem to be based on sympathetic magic and cold reading.
The authors of The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Palmistry, Robin Giles and Lisa Lenard, claim that “palmistry works because your hand changes as you do.” They claim to have a few anecdotes to back them up on this, but fail to produce any scientific support for the claim. They also think that cloning makes it much easier for us to understand how palmistry works. “Palmistry is possible because you are represented in your hand. No two hands are alike because you–and your cells–are unique.” True, and they are as likely to discover whether I will marry a rich woman or find the job of my dreams by looking at my cells as by looking at my palms.
Although you can often tell a lot about a person by examining his or her hands, there is no scientific support for the claim that you tell such things as whether you will inherit money or find your true love from the lines or marks on your hands. I suspect that many of those who think they have found support for palmistry are guilty of confirmation bias and have found it in the form of anecdotes.
The desire for knowledge of the future seems to be at the root of palmistry and other forms of divining secret knowledge through paranormal revelations. Also, fortune tellers relieve us of the obligation to gather evidence and think about that evidence. Our palmists and graphologists, etc., also relieve us of the difficult task of evaluating the consequences of taking various actions. They absolve us of the responsibility of decision-making. They are great comforts, therefore, to the insecure, the lazy, and the incompetent. Of course, they can also be data points, i.e., they provide one more piece of data that a person can use to make a decision. Some writers even use divination such as the Tarot or the I Ching to give them ideas for characters or plots. They probably could do just as well by thumbing through the Bible, a newspaper, a poetry anthology, an encyclopedia, or a skeptical dictionary.
Suggestion by MadamRapunzel
send me a picture of your palm to firstname.lastname@example.org i will do it for free
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