Palmistry For All - Book By Cheiro For Download

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Exactly 74 years ago today, on October 8, 1936 William John Warner, also known as Cheiro died. He was an Irish palmist and astrologer who also practiced Chaldean numerology. It was the palmistry (cheiromancy) that gave him his nickname – Cheiro. His wife, Countess Lena Hamon, said that he had predicted his own death accurately to the day and hour.


 

 


He read palms for famous people of his day such as Mark Twain, Mata Hari, Oscar Wilde, Thomas Edison, the Prince of Wales and King Edward VII. Mark Twain who was renowned for his skepticism wrote in Cheiro’s visitor’s book:

Cheiro has exposed my character to me with humiliating accuracy. I ought not to confess this accuracy, still I am moved to do so. – Mark Twain

Can you really see your destiny in the palm of your hand? If you see something you don’t like can you change it? Some will answer “yes” to both. Some would say “no” to the first and “yes” to the other.
In each case, we see that Cheiro impressed even the skeptical folk (such as Mark Twain) with his palmistry skills. Personalities such as the Prince of Wales and King Edward VII certainly were not associating themselves with just any palm reader from village fair either. This all speaks volumes about Cheiro. Some refer to him as the greatest palmist in recent times, while others, more reserved, label him “merely” as “one of the best”.
I bet you are thinking “It would be interesting to read his book ….” Well, through the magic of the almighty net, his book ” Palmistry for All” is available for free download (copyright expired) over here:
Palmistry for all
R.I.P. William

 

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