[ Keiro's Palmistry, Clairvoyance & Psychometry ] Practical Palmistry A Clear and Common-Sense Explanation of the Science by Means of Which Everyone May Read His Own Character and Foretell His Own Future and Fate. Together with Treatises on Clairvoyance and Psychometry. Clairvoyance Palmistry, Psychometry, Charles Yates Stephenson.
[ Keiro's Palmistry, Clairvoyance & Psychometry ] Practical Palmistry A Clear and Common-Sense Explanation of the Science by Means of Which Everyone May Read His Own Character and Foretell His Own Future and Fate. Together with Treatises on Clairvoyance and Psychometry.

[ Keiro's Palmistry, Clairvoyance & Psychometry ] Practical Palmistry A Clear and Common-Sense Explanation of the Science by Means of Which Everyone May Read His Own Character and Foretell His Own Future and Fate. Together with Treatises on Clairvoyance and Psychometry.

London: George Routledge and Sons, Limited, ND (1905). First UK Edition. Hardcover. Octavo. 240pp. Silver and black illustrated maroon cloth, gilt title, etc. to spine and front cover, black endpapers, well illustrated in b&w. Palm reading duo: Charles Stephenson [Keiro] and his wife Martha Stephenson [Madame Keiro], faced prosecution several times by British police who utilised still active anti-witchcraft legislation as part of crack down on spiritualists and palm readers, etc. who charged money for their services. In this, their first book, Charles Stephenson offers detailed instruction on palm reading, followed by chapters on Claivoyance and Psychometry. The Stephensons also wrote: "Concerning the Occult Powers of Clairvoyance", "The Cultivation and Practice of Occult Powers", "Crystal Gazing", and "The Value of Clairvoyance, etc in the Affairs of Life". All edges and fold lightly rubbed, tiny snag to cloth at edge of mid spine, spine ends and corners lightly bruised and a little chafed. , Almost unnoticable crease to lower edge of front board causing a ripple to the cloth and a corresponding surface crack across part of the front pastedown. Owner's name on front pastedown and on half-title page, half-title page a little darkened, usual light shelf-wear commensurate with age. Overall an attractive, clean VG+ copy of an uncommon book (no dust jacket). Item #65772

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