11 thoughts on “what is more accurate, palmistry, astrology or numerology?

  1. depends what you prefer…. i like numerology

    edit: it’s less subjective!
    influenced by almost nothin’)

  2. Photocopy your hands …. and then compare the photocopy with your palm 3 to 5 years latrer.
    Your decisions and life’s education can alter those lines.

    No future prediction is set in concrete. You can actually determine some changes yourself.

  3. All of them are totally unscientific and are of no practical value, so which one you choose doesn’t matter much. Although palmistry probably is best because the reader can get clues from the subject that might provide a wise palm reader with a solution to the person’s problems.

  4. All are about equally useless, in my view.

    The stage magician and hoax debunker James Randi does demonstrations on these flimflams. One of his favorites is to go into a room of people, ask them their starsign, and give them a copy of a horoscope taken from the local paper. Then they’re asked to raise their hands if they think that the horoscope accurately predicts what they’re like. Most people raise their hands.

    The next step is to trade horoscopes with the person next to them. Surprise – they’re all exactly identical. Horoscopes work by giving you just enough information that you read yourself into it.

    Think rationally for just a bit about this – horoscopes are based on the “attraction” of planets or groups of stars that are at best millions of miles away, or even lightyears away. The pull they have on you can’t even be measured, yet people claim that it strongly influences your life. Your neighbor’s car has a stronger gravitational attraction to you, but do you claim to be a born leader because your neighbor drives a Mercedes?

  5. Each are as good as the other, so if you are looking for you fortune to be read just got to what ever is available. It is the person who reads them and interprets them that you wish to be accurate. For instance I read Runes and I find that they are very accurate and have been told so many times. So if you are looking for tools of the trade go with what stands out to you, what you have a connection with.

  6. I don’t think that any of these things should be taken seriously.
    Take astrology for instance how can the position of celestial bodies at the time of your birth effect what happens in your life?

  7. palmistry, astrology, numerology all are accurate depending entirely on the master, if he is genuine all are predictable. i happen to have a friend who is a vastu professor, she once predicted that because someone”s staircase in their newly built house was anti clock wise running up, the boy of the family would die suddenly, but the boy had already died, so i did not think much of it, then i went visiting my aunt who had returned to their house after retirment, their staircase stood anticlockwise , their army captain son died suddenly in a bike crash, another time i met an old woman who took me to her house , i was sat under an anti clock staircase, their daughter -in-law got me a glass of water, i asked where her husband was, the older woman replied he had died suddenly in an accident.

  8. It’s up to the practitioner. They could all be equally accurate if the person doing the reading is an expert. It would be up to you to find out their track record.
    That’s why I prefer the I Ching, because I do the readings myself and don’t have to depend on someone else’s interpretation.

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