"Cross My Palm is the kind of reading system I consider to be close to perfection.
Think about it: anytime, anywhere, making sense, easy to understand and learn, fun to perform, using something each of us carry all the time, covering all aspects of life, dealing with past, present and future, identifying the person involved in the reading, and even hinting on the sitter’s personality… You can make it fast -choosing to ignore some aspects- or highly complex -taking all the aspects and details into consideration- depending on the circumstances, or your time, or the venue… I don’t want to say more, as I don’t want to hint on the system. But Scott’s personality, although I never met him, transpires here. Such attention to details, such clarity in his concise -yet very accurate- explanations. He really squeezed every drop of what could be possible to accomplish, as far as readings are concerned, with coins.
Enough. You got the point. I love it. And if you’re into readings, so will you."
“I’ve experimented with different coin reading systems in the past, but never found one I was completely happy with. Your system is superb! It provides detailed readings covering all the main aspects of the person’s life, and even enables you to time future events. I’ll be using this – in fact I’ve already started!”
‘This is a very clever way of doing a reading anywhere anytime, amazing thinking . This is a keeper and well thought out. I love this, it’s brilliant!’
"The Cross My Palm system is both novel and useful and I'm certain it will add some zing to almost any reader's repertoire.
Simple to learn and yet as complex as you care to make it
this one should become a 'standard'."
"Scott has tapped into a much under-used and under-valued concept in reading and divination techniques. As mentalists and mind-readers (call us what you will), we are used to handling cards, seeing cards, and using cards - both of the playing and tarot variety - for giving readings with. But think about it, what could be more natural than to use those small precious items that we all carry about our person every day? Coins! Scott's work here is exemplary. It is obvious that he has put a lot of time and effort into devising and refining this wonderful method, and I wholeheartedly endorse it!" Paul Voodini