The famous fortuneteller Cheiro reminisces about his life. Includes reminiscences of and interviews with King Edward VII, Queen Alexandra, His Holiness Pope Leo XIII, the Czar of Russia; King Leopold of Belgium; the Infanta Eulalie of Spain; the President and Mrs. Grover Cleveland; W. E. Gladstone, Lord Kitchener of Khartoum; Lord Balfour, Sir H.M. Stanley, the explorer, Cecil Rhodes, "Boss" Croker of Tammany Hall, Julia Ward Howe, Melba, Nordica, Lillian Russell, Joe Leiter, Mata Hari, Rasputin, etc.
About the Author:
Cheiro, greatest and most successful seer of modern times, retired from public life after forty years of continuous research work. For years he toured the cities of the world lecturing, teaching and encouraging.
For many years the true identity of Cheiro was carefully guarded secret. Only when he had reached the very peak of his profession did Cherio allow it to be known that he was Count Louis Hamon, a Norman nobleman whose ancestry could be traced back to the early days of the Norman French.
He was commanded to read the hands of many of the crowned heads of Europe, of presidents of republics and of leaders of commerce.
He predicted the date of Queen Victoria's death, the year and month when King Edward VII would pass away, the grim destiny that awaited the late Czar of Russia, the assassination of King Humbert of Italy, the attempt on the Shah's life in Paris, and in thousands of well-known persons' lives he foretold with equal accuracy the outstanding events of their careers.