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Palmistry And The Inner Self by Ray Douglas

Palmistry And The Inner Self

by Ray Douglas

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Dankzij dit boek leert u hoe de hand een beeld geeft van de menselijke ziel. Het geeft een nieuwe kijk op de oude kunst van het lezen van de hand. In dit boek vindt u informatie die al lange tijd bekend is, maar ook nieuw ontdekt en nog niet gepubliceerd materiaal. U wordt meegenomen naar het diepste van de mens, en dit op een veel gedetailleerdere manier dan in andere boeken over dit onderwerp. De levensloop wordt onthuld en in verband gebracht met lot, geluk, liefde, relaties, gezondheid en toekomstvoorspellingen. Het is een uniek boek dat ons kan geruststellen, zowel op geestelijk, emotioneel als praktisch vlak.

A window to the soul, the palm-when carefully read-can reveal a great deal about a person. Determine if people are level-headed or liable to panic in the face of an emergency, if they handle stress well, if they are romantic dreamers or more down-to-earth, scientific types, if they are kind or cruel, healthy or sickly, and much more. Explore the meanings of the various lines-heart, marriage, head, life, fate, and others-and see how they interact with each other to produce a detailed analysis of a person's character. 256 pages, 153 b/w illus., 5 1/2 x 8 1/2.
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