Okay, so the litteral translation of Palmblattbibliothek is “Palm leaf library”. There are 12 palm leaf libraries in the world, located in India, Myanmar and Bali. By now even some Germans own palm leafs.
The palm leafs were originally written around 5000 BCE in Sanskrit or Old-Tamil.
The texts on the palm leafs are not written, but incised. After that every letter was filled with soot or some other coloring stuff to make it readable.
Because of the brittleness of the palm leafs they were rewritten every 500-800 years, so that no information was lost.
The palm leafs are supposed to reveal content about your past and future, but also knowledge about your health and partnership.
You can visit one of the palm leaf libraries to get a palm leaf reading. But nowadays you can also get them through Skype.
Depending on where you get your palm leaf reading, there are some minor differences in the procedure.
A Nadi-reader or priest for example would go through the palm leaf reading with you and ask you questions about your name and date of birth and lets you name a number. That way he finds your personal palm leaf in the library.
The total reading lasts about an hour and you can also ask questions.
At the end of the reading you receive a personal mantra to help you through difficult times.
Normally a reading is free or costs only a donation. But of course you might run into a con-artist who tries to let you pay a lot.
The palm leaf should give you concrete information about your life, but there are also palm leaves which tell about world events.
At the reading you get information about your past and your former life.
They confront you with potential future events.
They tell you about your hidden talents and character.
You get information about your health, love life and family.
For 2019 the palm leaves predicted a bad decease, political crisis and severe climate change effects.