Saturday, August 25, 2007

The Biggest Palmistry Blog

Today is post number 100, making this by far the biggest palmistry and hand analysis related blog in all the blogosphere. (Well, at least in English - There may be larger palmistry blogs in a different language that I haven't found yet.)

So what's next? I expect there'll be a palmistry tutorial coming soon enough, perhaps using someone's hand images and analyzing them step-by-step. (Any volunteers that want to have their hands analyzed here?)

Before I can started on the tutorial, though, there are still many website updates to be done. So until then you'll have to settle for the beginners palmistry guide that's already on the website here.

9 comments:

Igor said...

Looking forward to read your tutorials. Hopefully I'll get my hands on a digital camera and send you my palm pictures.

Kenneth Lagerstrom said...

Sounds good Igor,

Just send me a message whenever you've got the photos done, and I'll let you know what email address to send them to.

If you wish, you can also add video - Opening and closing the fist and turning to show the front and back of the hands.

Chuan said...

Its been a while that I've seen a young palmist like you. Keep it up, read more palms and I believe you will get better and better each day. Try offering your service to charity bazaars and family events for a small token and you will learn alot more after each reading! Cheers!

Kenneth Lagerstrom said...

Hi Chuan,
Yes, that would be good advice for someone relatively new to hand analysis.

Rebecca said...

I've just found a photo of Obama's right hand. I got it from this series of shots taken election night:
http://flickr.com/photos/barackobamadotcom/sets/72157608716313371/show/
It shows an AMAZINGLY strong fate line. Also a totally separate head and life line. I can't be sure if I can clearly see the entire life line. What I can see seems to end abruptly. I'd like to send you the JPG file if you tell me how. rebsawyer@gmail.com
Rebecca

Dev said...

Good Article...

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Nice blog! I look forward to your tutorial posts.

Alan said...

good blog
give me details about health line

Anonymous said...

i wanna be palmist how will i know if i got the potential... plss help......