NBCU 4.8.15Chirologist, writer, intuitive counsellor, hand reading teacher and mosaic artist Jennifer Hirsch has pioneered chirology in South Africa since 1991. She lives in Johannesburg where she reads people’s hands and teaches chirology.

“My life is hugely abundant in so many ways. Somehow my work has always been about counselling and healing. I began working as massage therapist in 1979 and began incorporating hand reading into my therapy practice 23 years ago.

Soon I was a teacher of hand reading and a writer, as well as being passionate about doing mosaic art. I’m blessed too with 3 beloved grown-up children – Adam, Nandita and Kelly.

My early handreading teachers and mentors were the late Brian Friend, who taught me palmistry, and Christopher Jones from the ex British Cheirological Society, who wrote and administered the home study training course that gave me a very good grounding in the principles of 5 element chirology.

I founded the Chirology Centre of South Africa when I began studying hands in January 1991. The ebooks ‘Craft of Hand Reading’ and ‘Traits of Being’ evolved out of the training manuals I compiled over years of teaching people how to read hands.

The idea for my book ‘God Given Glyphs’ first came to me in 2004. It took me more than 5 years to write and compile. Much of it is channelled. It is a very deep, authentic sharing of a hand reading career that has been and is my destiny. Hands and healing are a calling heard deep within my soul.”

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This rather frail little (14.5 x 11.5 cm) palmistry book is one of my treasures. It was first published in 1884. The many engraved illustrations are quite exquisite, with the layout featuring handy easy reference topics listed in the outer margins. It’s full of good info, and although it is dated, the quirky curiosities of the time are fascinating. Writer William B. Dick calls lines under ring fingers ‘reputation lines’. I see it is available, but my copy is very old. I found the clipping from 1922 in the book. ... See MoreSee Less

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