Wednesday, September 29, 2010

What do Suresh Kalmadi's hands tell us?

A comparison of Suresh Kalmadi's (politician and sports administrator in India) right and left hands tells us that his destiny changed because he changed. He writes with his right hand, and thus his right hand tells us about his current state of mind and the left his inherited qualities.

Kalmadi's hands show that he developed his intelligence and organisational ability to a fairly high degree (Head Line changed shape and increased in strength). This is entirely due to his own efforts as these qualities did not come to him on a platter of inheritance. This may not have turned him into an intellectual or anyone with exceptional organising ability, but it did make him a very smart and sharp man. He is also a man of action, a doer (shape of thumb) and this adds to his capability. His weakness, according to his hand, is that he can get bogged down

Thursday, September 23, 2010

Albert Einstein's hand analysis

Those born with a great intellect and a creative mind are considered lucky. Those who grow up in an environment which enhances their best qualities are considered very lucky indeed. Albert Einstein was lucky enough to have had both.

Two aspects of his hand leap out at you. The long, balanced and deeply etched
head line shows not just a fine mind but a mind with a high level of concentration and mental stamina, which is as important as intelligence. The curved, well developed Mount of Moon reveals immense creativity. It is the Middle Mount of Moon which is the most developed, and when combined with his kind of headline, tells the tale of an inventor.

What better combination than a fine intellect, mental stamina and creative genius? Well, a person needs something more -

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Omar Abdullah's hand reading

His political inheritance catapulted him into the Chief Minister's chair in the Indian state of Jammu & Kashmir. When one comes from an eminent political family the person’s suitability for the job is rarely questioned. But a study of the hand invariably reveals the truth.

Perhaps Omar Abdullah would have done well in a country with less politics in politics, Britain for instance. The way he is, he will find it tough

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Alejandro Jodorowsky's hands show his genius

Reading the hands of exceptional and brilliant people makes my heart skip a beat. I may not be lucky enough to meet these geniuses in real life, but I am privileged to be able to delve into their minds. In a way it is more gratifying than meeting and shaking their hands.

Alejandro Jodorowsky is a well known Chilean film-maker who is also known as a spiritual guru. I had not heard of him until a reader requested me to read his hands. Unfortunately, with so few photographs of his hands available on the internet this proved to be a difficult task. However, I was persuaded to read with whatever little I had. This is a brief reading.

The most striking aspect of Jodorowsky’s hands are his strong

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

Rajiv Gandhi's hands show that he was shy

Rajiv Gandhi’s hands show some qualities of a leader, but they also show that he lacked boldness, independence and self-confidence. Cautiousness, sensitiveness and diffidence were a part of him. He inherited a shy nature (shown by the left hand which in his case is the dormant hand) which was enhanced due to his environment.

It is generally believed that he had charisma. He was certainly good-loooking but he was too shy a man possess charisma, at least in