Cheiro (Count Louis Hammond) popularized Palmistry with his readings of the rich and the famous, and his writings on Palmistry and Numerology. He classified seven personality types based on the structure of the hand. He also covered the major lines and signs.
There are several books on Palmistry by European, Indian and Burmese writers.
U Sein Win (C69, GBNF) was an amateur but proficient palmist. He had several discussions with a professional palmist. They tied the knot.
Saya San-da-ra was a famous Palmist in his days.
San Zarni Bo was suspended from his studies due to his antics (during a Union Day celebration, and during a Minister’s visit to RIT). He elected to study Palmistry …
Saya U Aung Zaw (UCC) wrote about his uncle Bogalay U Kywe and his predictions.
Saya U Myo Win (M/Ag65, GBNF) told some of his students that he would find a better pasture abroad (according to the lines and signs on his palm).
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