It is possible to discover professional vocations using occult sciences. Some of these most popular sciences are Astrology, Palmistry and Numerology.
Vedic astrology is the most effective, and most accurate of all, but it is necessary to know the exact time and place of birth to use it.
Vedic Palmistry is the second most effective and it is not necessary to know any birth data to use it.
Vedic numerology is the third most effective and it is not necessary to know the time or place of birth, but only the date to use it.
In Vedic Astrology, knowing the date, time and place of birth, we can trace the horoscope of a person and this information will show, with absolute precision, the professional vocations of the native in the chart.
In Vedic Palmistry, seeing the hand, its print or a clear photograph, we can also find out what the professional talents of the hand-holder are.
In Vedic Numerology, knowing only the date of birth (no need to know the time or place of birth), we can discover the professional inclinations of the person in question. To use this science, it is enough to know the planet that rules each number and the professions ruled by each planet. The numbers are from 1 to 9.
In Vedic astrology we can know which profession is most suitable for us, shown on our Vedic natal chart. This is quite significant considering that being in harmony with these energies results in professional success. More details in the video.
In Vedic Palmistry, there are Yogs of Profession, which are signs and special combinations shown in the hand. This ancient knowledge allows us to know in what profession we have the most probability of success. This video shows some examples.
In Palmistry, fingers (the Electric Poles) act as the manifestation of energy of the Mounts (the Power House). Learn more in this video.
A Brief Background of Hindu Palmistry
Palmistry, composed by Sage Samudra, is an integral part of ‘Samudrik Shastra’. Samudra Rishi was the first to write about this science. That is why Palmistry was known by scholars as Samudrena and the science was called as “Samudrikaam”. Prior to this, it was known as ‘Anga Lakshan Shastra”, the science of the physical body’s symptoms. The ancient records are a bit confusing as “Samudra” was a title and many sages were known by the name Samudra. Hence it is not possible to fix any date for the composition of “Samudrikaam”.
Sage Narad composed the Narad Puranas around 6th century BC. According to Pauranic references, it was the ascetic Narad who was the first person to forecast, after seeing the hand of Girija, the daughter of King Himalaya and Queen Maina, about her prospective husband’s peculiarities.
Dr. Manish Pandit, a nuclear medicine physician, after corroborating all researches of Dr. Narhari Achar, a professor of physics at the University of Memphis, Tennessee, in the US, in 2004 – 2005, says that The Great War between the Pandavas and the Kauravas took place in 3067 BC. If the above calculations are correct, then Palmistry in India exists for more than 5000 years.
Source: Note for Working students who wish to study Scientific Palmistry, Prof. Anthony Writer, JyotishaBharati, BharatiyaVidyaBhavan, Mumbai