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The 4 Skin Textures - Chirology - Palm Reading

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Published on Sep 27, 2019

The texture of the skin in our palms reveals our element of impression, and relate directly to the environments we are happiest in.
This channel is dedicated to supporting you in your study and practice of chirology and palmistry.
Study chirology with me: https://godgivenglyphs.com/courses-2/
Learn about chirology on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GodGivenGlyphs/

Jennifer was born in Cape Town in 1953 and has been gifted with the hand reading vocation. Her life purpose is teaching that our hands are our unique, personal guide and tool for self-enquiry, and that their forms and markings tell an accurate story about our physical, emotional, vocational, mental and spiritual preferences.

She has pioneered chirology in South Africa since 1991 when she founded the Chirology Center in Johannesburg. She consults as a private hand analyst and chirology teacher, and is a speaker and author of 4 books about chirology and palmistry. Jen has often been interviewed on radio, has appeared on TV, and has had many articles published in magazines and newspapers. She also offers Skype consultations, a superb home study training course and informative talks.
Visit https://godgivenglyphs.com/

Contact: jen@cheiro.co.za




Books by Jen:

“Illustrated Chirology Palmistry Hand Reading”

“The Craft of Palmistry: Five Element Chirology and Cross Referencing Hands - Traits A – Z”

“God Given Glyphs – Fingerprints”

“Training Manual – How to Read Hands”

Find hard copy books by Jen here:
https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B07QC3JL2H...

Find Kindle versions of Jen’s books here:
https://www.smashwords.com/books/view...

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