History and Information about Graphology or Handwriting Analysis Part 2

About the history of graphology or handwriting analysis, information about followers and how to do it yourself.


Capitals only slightly larger than the small letters indicate modesty and self-depreciation. You have a low opinion of yourself.

Copybook capitals learned in school reveal conventional persons, unimaginative and given to platitudes.

Capital I: Made very large indicates that you have a high opinion of yourself. You will trip over your own ego.

Very small capital I indicates an inferiority complex.

Printed I and Other Capitals: Culture, good taste, simplicity, and directness. Made by creative persons.

Beginning Strokes: Elimination of initial strokes reveals one who is direct, who doesn't waste time. You like to get straight to the point.

A large beginning stroke before a capital letter reveals defensiveness. You prepare for your grand entrance.

Hooks at the beginning of letters reveal a grasping nature. You're a gold digger.

Copybook beginning strokes (accompanied by closely dotted i's) reveal one who pays attention to details.

End Strokes: Long ending strokes reveal generosity. The best way to your pocketbook is via your heartstrings.

Hooks that end words show tenacity. You're a saver.

Endings which turn to the left reveal self-interest.

Forceful, blunt endings reveal one who is abrupt.

T-bars: Placed before, not crossing, the stem show procrastination.

Strong t-bars reveal willpower.

Low on stem: lacking in self-confidence, no long-range goals.

High above the stem: You build castles in the air.

When the stem is looped (also the d): sensitiveness.

Short but sharp-pointed t-bars reveal a domineering nature: You want what you want when you want it.

Tied into a knot reveals persistence.

Loops: There are three zones in handwriting--upper, middle, and lower. Whichever one is predominant reveals your preoccupations. Upper zone contains all the upper-loop letters (b, d, f, h, etc.). When these letters are stressed, it reveals one interested in spiritual, philosophical, or idealistic pursuits. If the lower zone is stressed (g, j, p, etc.), this shows one primarily interested in the sexual-material aspects of life. The middle zone comprises all the small letters, and if this is emphasized, it reveals one interested in everyday matters, practical, mundane, self-centered.

Strongly made lower loops, often just a stem, reveal determination.

Large lower loops indicate a strong sexual drive.

If lower loops clash with lines below, you have too many irons in the fire.


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