Saturday, October 30, 2010

The Dalai Lama's hand analysis

His Holiness Dalai Lama is the spiritual and political leader of Tibet. As a palmist one would expect differences between his left and right hands because his life changed dramatically when he was a child. The left hand shows inherited qualities (in those who write with their right hands) and the right the current state of mind. The Dalai Lama was born in a poor family and his name was Lhamo Thondup. If he had not been “recognized” as the Dalai Lama he would have led an ordinary life.

Saturday, October 23, 2010

Salman Khan's hands tell us that he is impulsive

Salman Khan’s hand, fingers and palm have a good shape from palmistry’s point of view but a slight imbalance of the Mounts alters the reading. The developed mounts of Venus, Moon and Mars show strong qualities of the Mounts, and the question that arises is: Are these qualities in balance with the rest of the personality?

Deep passion, fighting qualities, aggression and imagination need to

Saturday, October 16, 2010

Jacob Zuma's hand analysis

Jacob Zuma’s hands tell us why he became the President of South Africa. He is far more than just a capable man - he is a master strategist and a pragmatist as well. Zuma has his weaknesses, but South Africa is lucky to have him at the helm. He is straightforward, with a strong belief in a cause, and a deep love for his country.

In some ways Zuma’s hands are very well balanced. Hands and fingers and palm are well shaped, fingertips square and the thumb long. This indicates a person with an overall balance of personality, a broad outlook on life, an unselfish nature, common sense and leadership qualities. The part of the hand that shows weakness is the