Frank Clifford lives in England and has been profiled in The Guardian, The Daily Mirror, The Daily Express, Good Health and numerous regional newspapers. His media work has ranged from the sublime to the ridiculous – from being interviewed for documentaries about the BBC comedy Little Britain and Danny Boyle’s feature film Sunshine, guesting on Radio 4’s The Inconstant Moon with Jeanette Winterson, and working with the Oxford University Press and Universal Studios… to being asked by The Sun to locate a then-missing Saddam Hussein!
He has written two palmistry books – Palmistry 4 Today (Rider, 2002, Flare US Edition, 2010) and Palm-Reading (Hamlyn, 2004) – and these have been published in 8 languages. In addition, his fellow professionals have heralded Palmistry 4 Today as the modern textbook on the subject.
In September 2012, Frank’s peers awarded him the prestigious Charles Harvey Award for Exceptional Service to Astrology.
Frank’s first love is teaching, and back in England he runs the London School of Astrology, teaching both astrology and palmistry there, as well as holding special events, such as the annual Astrology Student Conference . Frank is teaching in China in March 2013, across Australia in April 2013, and returns to China and the FAA Conference (in Tasmania) in late January 2014, following his time in Bali. He is an Aries Sun, Moon in Virgo and Gemini Rising...