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Palmistry has its origins in Indian astrology and Roman fortune-telling. By looking at a person’s palm, you could decipher their future, or at least get an idea of it, and learn more about their personality or nature. Although these ideas might be a little dated in the 21st century, a lot of people take palmistry seriously. Whether you do or don’t, it might be a clever thing to pull out at a party, or just learn about if you’re interested in it.
Choose a hand to read
In palmistry, you have a dominant hand (the one you use most often, perhaps your right) which indicates your inherited state, or major life events, while your passive hand indicates your inherited traits, and is used as a baseline. Some also see the left hand as the emotional vessel. Others see the left…