The Artistry of PalmistryJuly 9, 2021
Practically everyone who has had a first-hand experience with a Psychic knows what palm reading is about. Or do they? Uncover surprising facts about the historical timeline of hand reading, famous palmistry artworks, and the invaluable lines beyond the palm in this handy guide to the art of chiromancy.
Are you ready to learn about the ancient art of hand analysis? You don't have to grease someone's palm to find out this intriguing information. Just take my hand, and let's explore how it all began.
Also known as chirology, divination via the examination of human palms has a long and rich history. Who was the first palm reader to ever exist? We may never know for sure who masterminded the art of palm reading. However, we are confident it has origins in Chinese, Tibetan, Indian, and the nomadic Romani cultures around three thousand years ago.
The first folks ever to talk to the hand because the hand talks back, the art and practice of palm reading has helped provide clarity to people for centuries. Although all professional Psychics play a hand in molding futures, none may have done so as much as palm readers. Inspired by their works, artists, through time, have chosen to lend a hand by sharing insider information with the public about palmistry.
When things get out of hand, creative types turn to a variety of mediums to express themselves, so it's no surprise palm reader art runs the gambit from oil painting to plaster of Paris castings. Most notable are the insightful woodcut prints and hand-drawn linear diagrams dating back to 1640. These hand-rendered 2-D models attempt to illustrate all the possible meanings of the hand lines.
Additionally, using their hands-on approach to education, modern-day makers are just as keen to explore hand analysis. Ever evolving to stay current, palmistry apps and websites try to accurately decode the messages of destiny hidden in the human hand through computer code. These technological advancements in chiromancy show an intense public interest in palm reading and add to palmistry's already rich artistic history.
Psychics who specialize in Palmistry are the most likely to know you like the back of your hand. But did you know there are Palmistry lines that are not located on your hands? It’s true.
There are one to four critical indentations called, appropriately enough, bracelet lines on the wrist's underside. Representing the chronology of your lifetime, these wrist lines, also called Rascette lines, are incredibly vital to your palm reading results.
Why? Similar to the curved lifeline, which is found on the palm closest to the thumb, but much more specific, bracelet lines indicate longevity, or brevity, of your life. Simply put, the more Rascette lines you have, the longer you will live.
High five! You are currently in the know when it comes to the most interesting palmistry facts. Since you have successfully learned the history, art, and additional hand reading lines, go ahead and give yourself a hand!