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What is Chiromancy?
What is Chiromancy?
 Chiromancy or cheiromancy, is the art of characterization and foretelling the future through the study
Chiromancy or cheiromancy,
is the art of characterization
and foretelling the future
through the study of the palm,

also known as palmistry, palm-reading, chirology or hand analysis. The practice is found all over the world, with numerous cultural variations.

What is Chiromancy?  Chiromancy or cheiromancy, is the art of characterization and foretelling the future
What is Chiromancy?  Chiromancy or cheiromancy, is the art of characterization and foretelling the future
Who is a Chiromancer?
Who is a Chiromancer?
Those who practise chiromancy are generally called chiromancers, palmists, palm readers or chirologists.
Those who practise chiromancy
are generally called chiromancers,
palmists, palm readers or
chirologists.
Who is a Chiromancer? Those who practise chiromancy are generally called chiromancers, palmists, palm readers or
Who is a Chiromancer? Those who practise chiromancy are generally called chiromancers, palmists, palm readers or
Palmist is a person who claims to be able to interpret somebody’s character or tells somebody’s
Palmist is a person who
claims to be able to
interpret somebody’s
character or
tells somebody’s future
by looking
at the somebody’s lines
on the
palm
of his hand…… ..
From where it is originated?  Palmistry was thought to have originated from ancient China approximately
From where it is originated?
Palmistry was thought to have originated from
ancient China approximately 3000 years B.C.
Details of Palmistry can also be found in Indian
Scriptures approximately 500 years B.C. The
ancient Chaldeans, Tibetans, Sumerians,
Babylonians, early Hebrews, Persians and
Egyptians all studied Palmistry. The Greeks
were also keen students of Palmistry and it is
through them that Palmistry found its way to
Europe in the early 14th Century
Real Origin  But in the light of islam the palmistry and astronomy was originated from
Real Origin
But in the light of islam the palmistry and
astronomy was originated from the nation of
Hazrat Luut (ALeh Salam)
That qoom was ruined because they have
crossed their limits in fortune telling…

Where do the lines in the palm come

from and why are they there?  Our hands are the basic instrument of touch and
from and why are they there?
Our hands are the basic instrument of touch and play a
crucial roll in conditioning the brain, body and
emotions to develop certain responses to the world
around us. As infants we touch everything and the
impressions we receive are recorded in our brain. The
speed of the neurons between the nerve endings in our
finger tips and those of the brain are too fast to
quantify and it is thought, that because of this
remarkably close relation- ship, impressions that are left
on the brain are also recorded in the palms.
Where do the lines in the palm come from and why are they there?  Our
Palmistry Terminology
Palmistry Terminology
  • Palmistry can be divided into three main areas: CHIROGNOMY, CHIROMANCY and DERMATOGLYPHICS.

Palmistry Terminology  Palmistry can be divided into three main areas: CHIROGNOMY, CHIROMANCY and DERMATOGLYPHICS. 
  • CHIROGNOMY deals with the basic personality characteristics reflected by the size, shape and outward appearance of the hand.

  • CHIROMANCY offers the ability to predict the past, present and future, based on the lines in the palms itself.

  • DERMATOGLYPHICS is the name given to the study of the skin ridges and patterns covering the palm and fingers. This is used by police world wide to identify people through their finger prints

Hhow many people blieve? Two types of people who believe
Hhow many people blieve?
Two types of people who believe
  Extremest 70 %  Moderate 20 %
Extremest 70 %
Moderate 20 %
Hhow many people blieve? Two types of people who believe   Extremest 70 % 
Hhow many people blieve? Two types of people who believe   Extremest 70 % 
10 % of the people don’t believe at all.
10 % of the people don’t believe at all.
How to Judge A REAL PALMIST
How to Judge A REAL PALMIST
  • My view on this can be summarised by the statement

"the proof is in the pudding". The easiest way to

How to Judge A REAL PALMIST  My view on this can be summarised by the

convince yourself is by going to a Palmist who knows nothing about you. If they are able to define your character, mention a few things that happened in the

past and relate to the present, then you will be far more

receptive to what is said about the future. This together with the fact that there have been a number of distinguished Philosophers who also stamped their seal of approval on the science, offers a further sense of validity

Famous People in Palmistry  Amongst the famous names in Palmistry were Aristotle, Alexander the Great,
Famous People in Palmistry
Amongst the famous names in
Palmistry were Aristotle,
Alexander the Great, Claudius
Galen, Anaxagoras, Hippocrates,
Artemodoros of Ephesus and
Claudius Ptolemaeus. One of
thebest known later day palmists
was Count Louis Hamon, better
known as "Cheiro"meaning
'hand'. Cheiro was the author of
several books which predominantly
followed the theories of two other
well established authorities,
D'Arpentigny (born 1798) and
Desbarrolles (born 1801).
As a profession
As a profession
 Most of the people in the world are earning their lives through palmistry 
Most of the people in the world are earning their
lives through palmistry

India Pakistan Bangladesh are some major parts where palmistry and astronomy are being adopted by most of the people as a profession.

As a profession  Most of the people in the world are earning their lives through
As a profession  Most of the people in the world are earning their lives through
In the light of Islam
In the light of Islam
In the light of Islam The Qur’an says, “No soul knows what it will earn tomorrow…”

The Qur’an says, “No soul knows what it will earn tomorrow…” (Luqman: 34)

In the light of Islam The Qur’an says, “No soul knows what it will earn tomorrow…”
In the light of Islam The Qur’an says, “No soul knows what it will earn tomorrow…”

It is forbidden for Muslims to consult the future tellers or astronomers . We should not believe in their predictions. The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) said,

“Do not associate with the astrologers “ He also said, “Whoever goes to a fortuneteller and asks him something and believes in his words, will have his prayers rejected for forty days. Whoever visited a soothsayer and believed in his words has denied the Revelation to Muhammad (i.e., the Quran).”

Believe or Not?
Believe or Not?
Believe or Not?  It is forbidden for Muslims to consult the future tellers or astronomers
  • It is forbidden for Muslims to consult the future tellers or astronomers

  • We should not believe in their predictions.

  • And have to keep a believe that we are a TRUE Muslim

Suggestion  As it is true that palmistry is a complete practice And through palmistry we
Suggestion
As it is true that palmistry is a complete practice
And through palmistry we can read one’s nature
,life style his past,present or may be future but as
islam forbids us to do this act and not to be the
one of doing this…
So we should have to believe on Allah because
“Bay shak Allah Sunnay wala aur jannay wala hay”
(al quran)