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## Graphology at Home - Lesson 15 - Your Signature

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The signature gives graphologists a great deal of information, much more than any other part of a subject's handwriting. The signature is the ego, but it goes beyond this point. The body of the writi...
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## Graphology at Home-lesson 14j-the Letters S-z

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For the letter T, please see Lesson 4.U- The very nature of the letter u is a garland, which implies the easygoing, friendly human being. When this natural form is changed-for example, into an angul...
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## Graphology at Home-lesson 14i-the Letters P-r

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P- Imagine the stroke without the hump, and can only be read as the letter 'p' by seeing the entire word. This indicates neglectfulness and impatience, possibly forgetfulness, and the speed with whic...
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## Graphology at Home - Lesson 14h - the Letters N and O

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O- Picture the letter 'o' as a closed oval-at the top; it shows a person who is secretive. The degree of closedness of the oval letters reflects the degree of closedness in the person. - When we use ...
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## Graphology at Home-lesson 14g - the Letter M

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M- Imagine the letter ('m') that shows an arc curving under the body of the letter. It illustrates the performer, the speechmaker; the arc looks like an arm making a kind of gesture to the audience.-...
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## Graphology at Home-lesson 27e-the Trait List S-z

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S-ZS Secretiveness: Left tending terminal arcade, arcade connections, left tending enrollments in the upper zone. Self discipline: Sharpness, small script, regularity, simplification, upright scrip...
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## Graphology at Home-lesson 27d-the Trait List N-r

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N-RN Neighborliness: Wide script with pressure, right slant with garlands, connected script, right tendencies in the middle zone. Nervousness: Sudden changes in pressure, speed and size.  Neutrali...
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## Graphology at Home - Lesson 27c - the Trait List H-m

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H-MH Hardness: Angular script, sharpness. Heartiness: Fullness in the middle zone, pastiness, hesitancy, slow script. Hospitality: Right slant, margin missing, garlands, terminal strokes extended ...
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## Graphology at Home-lesson 27b-the Trait List D-g

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You can determine whether anyone possesses a particular personality trait! You simply need to classify the type of handwriting. Firstly, try to locate this trait-or a synonym- in the following alphab...
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## Graphology at Home - Lesson 27a - the Trait List, A-c

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Accuracy: Exact placing of i dots and t-bars. Good spacing.- Activity: Angles, high-pressure, large size, rightward slant firm down stroke, speedy.- Adaptability: Garlands, curved forms, moderate s...