Jaquin, Noel (1894–1974)
Psychologist, diagnostician, and author. Jaquin was born in
London in 1894. After studying with the nineteenth century
palmist, W. G. Behman, he became one of the best-known British
experts in palmistry. He went on to attempt to establish a
scientific rationale for the study of what has so often been regarded
as superstition. He was able to diagnose disease from
markings on the hand and also consulted with police authorities
from Scotland Yard and the British police force on the
palmistry indications of criminals.
Sources
Jaquin, Noel. The Hand and Disease. N.p., 1926.
———. The Hand of Man. London Faber & Faber Ltd.,
1933.
———. Hand-reading Made Easy. N.p., 1928.
———. The Human Hand. London Rockliff, 1956.
———. It’s in Your Hands The Secrets of the Human Hand.
New York R. M. McBride & Co., 1941.
———. Man’s Revealing Hand. N.p., 1934.
———. Scientific Palmistry. London C. Palmer, 1925.
———. The Signature of Time. London Faber & Faber Ltd.,
1940.
———. The Theory of Metaphysical Influence A Study of Human
Attunements, Perception, Intelligence and Motivation. N.p., 1958.
Shaw, Eva. Divining the Future Prognostication from Astrology
to Zoomanancy. New York Facts on File, 1995.

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