Since time immemorial, humans have sought to predict important events before they happen. Early man and women studied the night sky, weather patterns, and animal behaviours to identify signs and patterns, then interpreted the subtle nuances supplied by nature to foretell upcoming occurrences.
Gifted individuals found they could read signs and symbols easier than others; these individuals became the medicine men and women, shamans, oracles, druids, and gurus of their cultures. Over time, people around the world, such as Egyptians, Celts, Romans, Native Americans, and Chinese, developed their own unique rituals and traditions for divining the future; These traditions form the basis for divination methods used today. Simply put, divination is the practice of predicting the future using specialised tools and rituals. Let us explore some of the various divination methods that have survived into modern times.
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It is said, that the lines on your hands can be likened to a ‘road map’ of your life. For those who have the ability to read that map, they can read you like an open book. Where you have been, what kind of person you are and who you have become. It can show the state of your health, the illnesses you have had; your luck in love; your creative and spiritual potential; the direction in which you are going & any potential pitfalls ahead.
Palmistry, also called chiromancy or chirosophy, reading of character and divination of the future by interpretation of lines and undulations on the palm of the hand. The origins of palmistry are uncertain. It may have begun in ancient India and spread from there. It was probably from their original Indian home that the traditional fortune-telling of the Roma (Gypsies) was derived. The chiromantic art has been known in China, Tibet, Persia, Mesopotamia, and Egypt, and it underwent significant development in ancient Greece.
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