PALMISTRY COURSE DIPLOMA SYLLABUS

This course is intended for those who wish to study palmistry an consult on a professional basis.
Although the word ‘ palmistry’ is generally used, more accurate terms include hand analysis and chirology.
Each lesson is sent by email.
Assignment questions are included to test your understanding.
You receive personal attention from peter Burns with every lesson.
You are encouraged to take digital photos of hands which can be discussed online.
Below is listed the Palmistry Course Diploma Syllabus
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Section 1: THE MASTER INFORMATION
Lesson 1: Requirements to be a Hand Reader
Lesson 2: Introduction
Lesson 3: The Importance of Context
Lesson 4: Which Hand do I Read?
Lesson 5: Hand Structure
Lesson 6: The Foundation – Palm Dimensions
Lesson 7: Finger Length and Shape
Lesson 8: Finger Tips
Lesson 9: Additional Features Relating to Hand Structure
Lesson 10: The Zones and Mounts of the Palm
 
Section 2: The FINGERS and THUMB
Lesson 11: The Meaning of the Fingers and Thumb
Lesson 12: Fingers Length & Shape
Lesson 13: The Nails
Lesson 14: The Finger Sections
Lesson 15: Finger Lean
Lesson 16: The Thumb
 
Section 3: THE LINES
Lesson 17: The General Meaning of the Lines of the Palm
Lesson 18: The Life Line
Lesson 19: The Head Line
Lesson 20: The Heart Line
Lesson 21: The Combination Heart/Head Line
Lesson 22: The Saturn Line
Lesson 23: Branches from the Main Lines
Lesson 24: Other Secondary Lines
Lesson 25: Incidental Signs and Indications
 
Section 4: HAND TYPES
Lesson 26: Introduction
Lesson 27: Basic Hand Types
Lesson 28: Additional Hand Types
 
Section 5: THE GENETIC ENGRAVINGS
Lesson 29: Finger Prints and Palm prints
 
Section 6: PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER
Lesson 30: Basic Procedure for Beginners
Lesson 31: The Structure of a Reading
Lesson 32: Keeping Records: Prints, Photocopies and Photos
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