Palmistry, sometimes called cheiromancy, may have originated in India as an offshoot of Hindu astrology. From there, the practice was carried over to China, Greece, Persia, northern Africa, and Europe. Though authorities attempted to suppress the practice of palmistry in western Europe, it experienced a resurgence during the 1800s as western occultists attempted to revive the art of telling a person’s future by reading the lines of their palm. One particularly good portent is the presence of a letter “M,” formed by the intersection of the life line, head line, heart line, and fate line.
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