There are many who find it strange that there are ancient arts which reveal that which is concealed from the ordinary man. The knowledge of these things come natural to some, while others may need to learn diligently through an old or replicated manuscript. Nature has a way of revealing things, and yet concealing them at the same time. Around us are vital signs left for our benefit by nature.
These signs being difficult to decipher, makes it very valuable; if all of humanity should understand it, then of what value is it? The palm of the hand and all its markings remain still a mystery to many, but the ancient knew that the palm though may seem silent, yet speaks a thousand words, reveals a thousand sign, and a thousand secret about the bearer of the palm.
The curious reader will ask for explanations to why the palm of the hand has all these markings, whence and how did they come about. To this I will answer; within man are very active nerve currents which terminate within the body in high concentration at points where there are excessive activities; like the brain, and heart. Apart from the heart and brain, we find excess activity with the hand, because man uses his hands almost every time. Even a when man is not using it to write, eat, drive, and demonstrate, he is using to caress, hold and give a helping hand. If one looks intently at the patterns made by the markings in the palm, one cannot help but see the truth herein stated, that these markings are but nerve currents from the body.
The lines going up the palm towards the fingers are ascending nerve currents, those across the palm in a diagonal pattern are from the bones or joints supporting the fingers at the base. And those markings like rings on the fingers are nothing but markings as a result of the nuts or joints in the fingers.
There are different types of hands: the earth, air, fire and water hands and each with different types of fingers. We shall discuss more in part two.
No palm is alike, all markings are different for every man. No fingers are completely alike, differences exist in all fingers if only we take the time to notice. The art of studying the palm of the hand is called chiromancy or palmistry, and many are the religious who shy away from discussions of this nature, but deep down within them their soul thirst for this type of knowledge. While I respect that, those who are a little open minded, and are inquisitive enough may find valuable information from the art of the talking palm
Excerpt from the Blueprint imprinted in the light by Sebastian Enukorah.