The true fortune-teller, or, Guide to knowledge Discovering the whole art of chiromancy, physiognomy, metoposcopy, and astrology. Containing 1. A discription of the planets, their power and influence over the bodies of men, women, and children. 2. Of the several lines, ... characters in the hand and wrist; ... 3. Of physiognomy. ... 4. Observations on the eyes, ... 5. Metoposcopy, or the signification of the lines in the face. 6. of moles, and their signification. 7. Of dreams and interpretations. 8. Of nativities, ... 9. If the rod ... 10. Of marriages, ... 11. Rules to know the dangers of death. 12. The manner of resolving doubtful questions, ... 13. Of Pythagoras his wheel of fortune. 14. Of the good and bad days of each month relating to health.
printed for E. Tracy, at the Three-Bibles on London-Bridge,
|Edition:||The fourth edition corrected and amended.|
|Series:||Early English books online.
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