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The Golden Wheel Dream Book, and Fortune-Teller : Being the Most Complete Work on Fortune-Telling and Interpreting Dreams Ever Printed, Containing an A
by Felix Fontaine


Overview - Excerpt from The Golden Wheel Dream Book, and Fortune-Teller: Being the Most Complete Work on Fortune-Telling and Interpreting Dreams Ever Printed, Containing an Alphabetical List of Dreams, With Their Interpretation, and the Lucky Numbers They Signify

The most convenient and handy method of holding the rod is with the palms of the hands turned upward, and the two ends of the rod coming outward; the palms should be held horizontally as nearly as possible; the part of the rod in the hands ought to be straight, and not bent either backward or forward; the upper part of the arm should be kept pretty close to the sides, and the elbows resting on them, the lower part of the arm making nearly a right angle with the upper, though rather a little more acute; the rod ought to be so held that, in its working, the sides may move clear of the little fingers.  Read more...


 
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Overview
Excerpt from The Golden Wheel Dream Book, and Fortune-Teller: Being the Most Complete Work on Fortune-Telling and Interpreting Dreams Ever Printed, Containing an Alphabetical List of Dreams, With Their Interpretation, and the Lucky Numbers They Signify

The most convenient and handy method of holding the rod is with the palms of the hands turned upward, and the two ends of the rod coming outward; the palms should be held horizontally as nearly as possible; the part of the rod in the hands ought to be straight, and not bent either backward or forward; the upper part of the arm should be kept pretty close to the sides, and the elbows resting on them, the lower part of the arm making nearly a right angle with the upper, though rather a little more acute; the rod ought to be so held that, in its working, the sides may move clear of the little fingers. The position of the rod, when properly held, is much like the follow ing figure, (see Fig. Where the distance between the four down. Ward lines is the supposed to be held in the hand.

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  • ISBN-13: 9781332969067
  • ISBN-10: 1332969062
  • Publisher: Forgotten Books
  • Publish Date: April 2018
  • Page Count: 206
  • Dimensions: 9.02 x 5.98 x 0.44 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 0.62 pounds


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