The School of Oracles Presents:
Afternoon Palmistry Class with Ellen Goldberg
An afternoon Palmistry class will begin on January 23, 2014. This class will meet on Thursdays, from 1 to 2:45 pm. Everything one needs to become a skilled reader will be thoroughly covered.
Palmistry is both an art and a science. It is based on scientific principles that can be learned by anyone. The hand is called ‘God’s Road Map,’ and is one of the most valuable tools we have for guidance. Knowledge of Palmistry will enrich the lives of all with whom you come in contact.
Palmistry's use as a means of psychological insight and divination dates back thousands of years. Isaac Newton regarded Palmistry with great respect and said: “In want of other proofs, the thumb alone would convince me of the existence of a God.”
There is a key in Palmistry to understanding the mystery between fate and free will. Palmistry proclaims that character is destiny. Your work on yourself is of great value because the hand changes as you change. The hand is an up to the minute report from your own Higher Self. It shows how you are doing in many areas of your life, including health, love and financial security. It reveals your talents, strengths and weaknesses. It indicates the most suitable careers and lifestyles for a fulfilling life. The hand is a mirror of the soul.
About the Classes
The class begins at 1 pm and is one hour and forty-five minutes in length. We will meet three to four times a month.
Class size is limited to 8-9 students, and this assures individual attention.
This course is composed of five semesters. These semesters are comprised of 10 lessons each. There will be fifty lessons in all.
The course is a journey we will take together as a community, and much concerning the class will be decided by class consensus. There will be liberal vacations in the summer and at holiday times.
Each class will be recorded in the event that a class must be missed.
The fee for the entire course is $2,500.
Payment may be divided into five payments of $500, due at the beginning of each semester, and a deposit of $250 is due when reserving a place in the class. There is a 10% discount for paying the entire tuition in advance.
Classes are held at 11 Cornelia Street, in Manhattan’s West Village, and are easily accessible by the 6th, 7th and 8th Avenue subways. There is 2 hour parking on my street.
Please feel free to email me at email@example.com or to call me with any questions about the class or about my work.