Demonstrative Outline by Daphne Lufkin
How To Start Palm Readings
Topic: How to read palms
General Purpose: To inform and demonstrate Specific Purpose: To inform my audience about how the palm reading started palm and to demonstrate how you can predict someone future by following the steps of palm reading.
Do we hold the secrets of our past, present, and future in the palms of our hands? Are those mysterious lines traced on our hands the blueprint of our character, our fortune, and our destiny? Just like the fortune tellers here's how to gain insight just by holding someone's hand.
B. Thesis Statement:
The lines on your palm speak a language that spins the story of the past and the future; almost like a map saying where you've been and which way you're headed. Believe it or not, palm readers analyze your palm so they can inform you about your life, the past, present and future.
C. Preview of Main Points:
The art of palm reading has a history that can go far back as the greek world. It is practiced all over the world and the examined in varies different ways in order to predict the future of an individual. Fortunetellers, or palm readers, believe that the lines and patterns in an individual's hand, if read properly, can reveal events of the person. Apart from the lines, there are various other factors taken into consideration in palm reading, such as the hand's shape, the shape and length of the fingers, how flexible the fingers and hands are, the thumb's position, the mounts, which are interpreted by their relative sizes and the intersections on them, and other qualities. Transition:
A.Main Point 1 The ancient art of palm reading, also called palmistry or chiromancy, dates back thousands of years. Prehistoric caves in Spain and France have hands drawn on their walls with all the major lines shown in amazing detail. Cultures around the world have been turning to the fine art of palmistry for hundreds of years in an attempt to unlock the mysteries of the cosmos Palm reading, otherwise known as palmistry or chiromancy, is practiced all over the world, with roots in Indian astrology and gypsy fortune-tellingalmistry or palm reading, also known as chiromancy, comes from the Greek words, kheiros, which means 'hand', and manteia which means 'oracle, divination'. The history of Palmisty originated in India, and later moved on to China, Egypt, and ancient Greece, gathering many different variations. Palmistry (also known as chiromancy) is the art of "reading" a person's palms in order to gain insight on certain personality traits and life experiences. Some claim that the ever-changing lines on our hands also provide a glimpse at our futures, There are specific palmistry schools that provide training courses for the same. Any individual interested in palmistry can enroll in the programs and learn how to read palms. However, learning how to palm read yourself for entertainment requires no specific skills. All you need is a little patience to read the palm reading basics and understand them 1. Supporting Point: In a book named "Physiognomy & Palmistry", Pythagoras, the ancient Greek mathematician, traces the history of palmistry back to 497 B.C. 2. Supporting Point:
Transition: According to palmistry, hidden facts about life can be revealed with the help of palm reading. Each of the palm lines have a significant meaning of their own.
A.Main Point 2: A palm reader starts with the obvious and carries on via innumerous intricate steps of interpretation and judgment, to minute details. The conclusions that are made are not about certainty, but of the tendency or probability. A practitioner of palmistry usually starts by studying both hands; if you are a right-handed person your left hand is thought to be the 'birth hand', which reveals character predispositions that are inherited, while the right hand is...
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