Handwriting & Character Analysis
Health Research Books, Sep 1, 1996 - 64 pages
1952 Contents: Introduction; Base Line and Slant; Pressure; Logic-Reason; Intuition; Introversion; Extroversion; Honesty-Dishonesty; Waste-Economy; Jealousy-Vanity-Envy; Intelligence-Will; How to Write Your Analysis.
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Base Line and Slant
Jealousy Vanity Envy
How To Write Your Analysis
45 degree slant Abraham Lincoln accented back hand balanced changing slant connections between letters consciousness credit risks Crustacean curiosity curved connections deceived direction dishonesty economy emotional sensitiveness slant emotionally head strong example extrovert flashes of intuition fly away t-bars following script forward slant friendly generosity give going terminals handwriting analysis heavy pressure heeded high i-dots honest i-dots and fly imagination and selfishness impressionability impulses indicating intelligence introvert intuition to illuminate intuition which automatically jealous jealousy lack of terminals lazy LESSON light pressure logical type logical writing matured mind ruled mind-ruled natural natural writing Note open on top open-on-top ovals peacock type perception person precipitate reactions purely logical rapid writing reactions reserve resistance resolution responsibility script shows seen sensitive far forward shown solidly written words specimen splendid strokes tapering words things truth understanding undulating base line upper loops vanity vertical writing wasteful woman writing shows