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Free Palm Reading

Place your hand on the screen as illustrated, or place the lens of your phone or tablet on your hand and click the "Read Palm" button.

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 Palm Reading
 Palm Reading

People have always wanted to predict the future to learn answers to important questions such as: When will I meet my ideal mate? Will I have a happy life? Will I be rich? There have always been shrewd charlatans who, for a fee, purport to predict your future.  Interesting stories can be invented using a spread of cards, tea leaves, or the lines on the palm of your hand. This web page provides this type of information ABSOLUTELY FREE using the latest Mystical® computer technology: Your screen or mobile camera is used as a scanner while the moving eyes examine your palm.

Palmists, palm readers, hand readers, and chirologists claim to be able to evaluate your character or future life by touching or looking at your hands. How much can your hands say about your personality? Hard-working persons have calloused hands. Nervous or insecure persons have sweaty palms. People with long fingers may be good at playing the piano or holding a basketball. Persons with dirty fingernails are not clean. Hand analysis may be useful in forensic examinations because fingerprints are unique; even identical twins have different fingerprints. The shape and proportions of the hand can be affected by dwarfism or other medical conditions.

Hand lines

Can the lines in your hand be used to foretell your future? Not Really. There is no scientific evidence that hand readings, palmistry, chiromancy, or palmreading are of any use except for entertainment. The lines in the hands are formed during fetal development. These lines are deep wrinkles that depend on the musculature and bone structure of the hands. The location of the lines is different for every person, but they have some common characteristics. Palmists give names such as "Heart Line" and "Life Line" to specific lines, and traditionally, the structure of these lines is used to tell stories about a person's future.



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