Psychic Power Newsletter

From: Dr Peter Filis

Location: Sydney, AUSTRALIA

Phone: 0409 652 191



Date: August 2005

Dear Friend,

Lets continue with Chinese Numerology and our step-by-step guide to Palmistry. These are useful topics for a psychic to know!

Numerology (Part 7)

The Positive Arrows occur when three numbers appear together in a row, column or diagonal. These arrows are also called the Arrows Of Strength or the Arrows of Pythagoras.

Arrows do not appear in every chart. When they do appear, they provide very accurate insight into a person’s personality. Some people have more than one positive arrow and this indicates significant capabilities and strength of character.

Having only 2 numbers in a row, column or diagonal indicates an above average ability in that characteristic.

Having only 1 number indicates a below average ability.

Having no numbers in a row has an entirely different meaning, and is covered in the next section under Negative Arrows.

Do remember that having these abilities is not as important as what we do with them. I have encountered many people with excellentNumerology Grids who have achieved very little in their lives. These people always agree that they have excellent abilities and capabilities, but do absolutely nothing with them. Then again, there are many people with only average or below average abilities who are happy and successful.

Arrow of Mentality

This arrow is made up of the numbers 3,6 and 9.

This gives people a good mind and an excellent memory. These people should continue to learn and study all their lives. They’re more intellectual than emotional or practical. They tend to look down on those who are not their intellectual equals, which attract bad Karma.

Arrow of Emotionality

This arrow is made up of the numbers 2,5 and 8.

These people are compassionate, understanding and emotionally balanced. They tend to achieve their goals.

Arrow of Practicality

This arrow is made up of the numbers 1,4 and 7.

These people are practical and down-to-earth. They are also very capable with their hands and are very easy to get along with. They tend to work long and hard for anything they believe in.

Arrow of Planning

This arrow is made up of the numbers 1,2 and 3.

These people are well organised who enjoy planning ahead. They have the capacity to carry out plans. However, they are undisciplined with detail.

Arrow of Willpower

This arrow is made up of the numbers 4,5 and 6.

These people have much willpower. They are determined and unbelievably persistent. However, they can be a little stubborn. They can sometimes be unaware of the feelings of others and may accidentally hurt others in their relentless drive to reach their goals.

Arrow of Activity

This arrow is made up of the numbers 7,8 and 9.

People with this arrow in their chart must express themselves through action. They need to be either physically or mentally busy. They have the ability to put thoughts into action. They prefer being outdoors with lots of room around them.

Arrow of Determination

This arrow is made up of the numbers 1,5 and 9.

These people are determined and persistent. They are also enterprising. They are patient and are prepared to wait for whatever it is they have set their minds on. These people can have a bad temper.

Arrow of Compassion

This arrow is made up of the numbers 3,5 and 7.

These people develop a strong faith and philosophy of life. They could also be interested in mysticism, spirituality, the occult or the psychic arts. As they mature, they develop an inner serenity and a strong faith that sustains and comforts them. Many people with this arrow have a strong interest in music.

More Chinese Numerology next month!

Palmistry (Part 4)

So, we have:

  1. Determined the dominant hand.
  2. Determined their hand position.
  3. Determined if their hand is full, empty or in-between.

The next step is to look at the size of the hand. Specifically, the length of the hand.

You must judge the length of the hand to the rest of the body. A taller person is going to have a longer hand than a shorter person.

At first, you will need to measure the length of their hand by comparing it to the length of their face. After many Palm readings, you will be able to determine the relative length of their hand at glance.

To determine the relative length of their hand, do the following.

Look at your hand. Notice where the bottom of the palm joins your wrist. You will see a crease at the join. This is called the 1st bracelet.

  1. Line up the 1st bracelet with the bottom of your chin.
  2. Move your hand forward a little. Do not bend your hand over your nose. Keep your palm and your fingers straight.
  3. An average hand will reach the middle of the forehead. The middle of the forehead is the point in-between the top of the eyebrows and the hairline (or where the hairline should be in a receding or bald hairline).
  4. A small hand will reach below the middle of the forehead.
  5. A large hand will reach above the middle of the forehead.

If you are reading someone else’s palm, ensure you are looking at them at eye-to-eye level. Also ensure that the 1st bracelet is lining up with the very bottom of the chin, but not lower.

Small hands

People with relatively small hands are fast thinkers. They make fast decisions. They enjoy a busy lifestyle. They prefer to supervise and manage. They prefer the big picture. They dislike detail and fine print. They can sum up a situation very quickly.

Large hands

People with relatively large hands enjoy fine, detailed work. They are “hands on” people. They are so absorbed with detail that they often miss the big picture. These people are perfectionists. Small-handed people find them pedantic.

It may seem counter-intuitive that people with large hands prefer fine, detailed work. But that is exactly what happens.

These distinct traits between small and large hands are only preferences. Inclinations. A small-handed person can make a conscious effort to perform fine, detailed work. A large handed person can force themselves supervise and manage a large “hands off” project. But they would prefer not to.

More Palmistry next month!


Dr Peter Filis