|Hand Analysis in The Netherlands:
The Netherlands has a relatively high number of active hand analysts & hand readers (amateurs & professionals). Typical for palm reading in the Netherlands is that the purpose it not focussed on the ‘predictive’ aspect of palmistry at all – all major hand reading schools in the Netherlands strive for teaching about human nature, including the spiritual, psychological & health dimension.
Today there are two Dutch hand reading schools with an impressive track record: in 2010 the ‘School for Universal Hand Reading‘ (founded by Magda van Dijk) celebrates it’s 20th anniversary, after in 2007 the Academie Antropodynamica (founded by Edo Sprong) had celebrated it’s 20th anniversary.
The most popular Dutch synonyms for palmistry are: ‘handlezen’, ‘handleeskunde’, ‘handlijnkunde’ en ‘handanalyse’.
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December 7, 2009
|Germany played a significant role in the history of palmistry – including the early practices of German gypsies (Sinti & Roma), who have traditionally been involved in readings hands (‘handlesen’) since the 15th century.
In the 20th century various German researchers (e.g. Alexander Rodewald, Charlotte Wolff) have acquired respectable fame for their hand research efforts. And the works of various German hand reading experts – e.g. Rudolf Friedrich Engelhardt, Julius Spier & Gertrud I. Hürlimann – have gained the approval from quite a few international palmists & palm readers.
August 5, 2008
Palmistry (Handlesen, Chirologie) is quite popular in Austria (Österreich), and you can find a palmistry expert (handleser) in the capital city of Austria: Vienna (Wien). Palmistry experts are also available in: Altach, Deutsch Wagram & Linz.
The history of palmistry doesn’t include famous palmists from Austria, but nowadays you can find various professional palmists in Austria.
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July 30, 2008
Palmistry is quite popular in Norway, and therefore it is quite easy to contact a palmist or palm reader living in Norway – especially in the south of Norway. Vou can find many palmistry experts in the capital city of Norway: Oslo. But palmists are also available in e.g.: Ålesund, Bergen, Hedalen, Tromsø, Trondheim and Våle.
In the history of palmistry there are no famous palmists who were Born in Norway.
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July 27, 2008
Palmistry is not very popular in Spain – but in the big cities (Madrid, Barcelona, Marbella, Elche, La Punta de Tijarafe – Isla de la Palma) one can find a few palmistry experts.The most common ‘Palmistry’ synonyms in Spain are: ‘Quiromancia’, ‘Quirologia’, ‘Leer Mano’ & ‘Lectura de Manos’.
The translation of the word ‘hand’ in español is: ‘mano’. In the history of palmistry there are no famous palmists who were born in Spain; though the present work of palm reader Francisco Rodriguez (see below) appears to be significant. Find more palmistry experts, palmistry websites + much more info brought to you by palmists and palm readers living in Spain:
July 27, 2008
|Palmistry experts in France:
Some of the most famous palmists in the history of Palmistry, were Born in France: capitaine D’Arpentigny & d’Adrien Adolphe Desbarolles. Nowadays palmistry is not very popular in ‘La France’. But still you can find some palmistry experts in the Paris (+ other cities like: Valence, La Forêt Auvray).
The most popular synonyms for the word ‘palmistry’ France are: chirologie, chiromancie & chirognomie. Find more palmistry experts, websites & much more info brought to you by palmists and palm readers living in France:
Palmistry is moderately popular in Ireland – you can find a palmist in Dublin easily but in other cities it is often quite hard to find a palmistry expert in Ireland.The most common ‘Palmistry’ synonyms in Ireland are: ‘Palm Reading’, ‘Hand Reading’ & ‘Cheirology’.
One of the most famous palmists in the history of palmistry was born in Dublin, Ireland. His name was William John Warner or ‘Cheiro’ – he derived his palmistry name from the word cheiromancy, meaning palmistry. ‘Cheiro’ was a self-described psychic (clairvoyant) who became famous for his predictions for the wealthy & famous people in the world, and later he became well-know for his palmistry & palm reading books. He was a very colourfull personality – he also went by the name Count Louis Hamon (or Count Leigh de Hamong), claiming a noble ancestry that may or may not have been accurate.
Nowadays there are still a few professional palmists & palm readers available in Dublin, Ireland. Below you can find more palmists, palmistry websites + more info brought to you by palmists and palm readers living in Ireland.
The famous palmist Cheiro (1866 – 1936)
July 22, 2008
Palmistry (palm reading) is not very well-known in Ukraine, but one palmistry expert can be found in the city: Kharkov.
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July 22, 2008
Palmistry (chirologia) is not very well-known in Italy. But palmistry experts can be found in the city: Milan.
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July 21, 2008
Palmistry (palm reading) is well-known in Wales. Especially in the city: Penarth.
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