world's oldest oracle texts appear to be preserved in the
palm-leaf libraries of India, written in an ancient form
of Tamil, a Dravidian language of Madras state and of northern
and eastern Ceylon.
prophecies concern the lifelines and life expectancies for
each man and woman and are designed to help manage their
present incarnations successfully.
legendary author of the prophetic texts is Brighu a mythological
hero from the Mahabharata epic, who is said to have lived
around 5000 B.C.
palm leaves of India shown here are inscribed with the alleged
lifelines of 80.000 individuals, about 10 % of them westerners.
There still exist about 12 palm-leaf-libraries in present
day India which may be consulted in a Nadi-reading for what
Fate has up her sleeves for present day man and woman in
their present incarnations.