Could I talk to you in private? Actually, all this handwriting analysis talk that I do here is crap.
ZONES We will divide the individual letters into three zones to better understand how the writer makes specific use of their mind UZtheir emotions MZ and the physical elements in their environment LZ. In the English alphabet, which is also used for most European languages, including French, German and Italian, a part of every letter is found in the middle zone.
The upper zone has six bizonal letters: The lower zone has six bizonal letters: The middle zone has thirteen single zone letters, the five vowels, a. The letter "f" is the only trizonal letter in the alphabet.
Wherever you find extra emphasis of size, embellishment, width, simplicity, force or meagerness, this is the zone the writer is expressing most strongly at that moment of writing.
This is why we need more than one sample of writing for a full, in-depth analysis; it eliminates a "mood-of-the-moment" interpretation. Examples and what to look for are in the Handwriting Insights deck. Connections In American schools, writing is usually first learned by using the manuscript printed form.
As the writer matures he learns the more sophisticated method of joining letter forms called cursive writing.
The four most common connective forms are garlands, arcades, angles and thread. You will learn to recognize each type of form and how to interpret its use within the writing. None of us uses one connective exclusively.
One form usually dominates and an another is secondary. The other two forms of connectives may also be present to a lesser degree. Combinations of writing form reveal the personality in each writing, but only in part. You still must take into consideration the arrangement of the writing and the symbolism of margins, zones, spacing and slant.
The most common form of connective between letters is the cup shape of the garland, curved at the bottom and open at the top. It can be found in all three zones, between letters, within letters, even at the beginnings and endings of words. The garland is a soft, easily stroked connective depicting the writer who is receptive, compliant and easy going.
He may be warm and sympathetic, empathetic and sentimental. He is open and responsive to the people and the environment around him. The writer who uses many garlands is often said to be "people oriented".
He feels before he thinks. The arcade, or inverted garland, is shaped like an arch, curved on top and open at the bottom. M's, n,s and h's are the most obvious arcade formations in the alphabet. You may also find arcades between letters especially in the connection between o, v and w and the letter which follows them.
Usually mixed with other connectives, the arcade is used by the creative personality.Loops in the letter "o" If the letter "o" is written with a closed loop at the top this indicates the secretive nature of the person.
The more the loop is closed, the more of this tendency. Camillo Baldi's personality analysis using graphology.
His actual character revealed in the handwriting analysis report. instead of loops joining letter to letter, we see "stick figures", The only loops evident in Baldi's handwriting are in fact (with the exception of the abbreviation visible - but not legible - in line 1). Handwriting Analysis Quick Reference Guide 1 Handwriting University’s Handwriting Analysis Quick Reference Guide for Beginners Empressé Publishing Shown in the letter o that has no inner loops and is relatively wide.
This person will be honest and blunt when asked her opinion. This video segment from my lecture on the lying loops found in the letter “o,” will present you with yet another valuable way you can use handwriting analysis in your everyday life.
But pay attention it can be a little tricky, not all liars are pathological! If the letter "d" is written in such a way that it seems to be looped, which generally looks very artistic and clear.
This style of writing highlights the person’s sensitive nature and a feeling of pride. If the loop is in the middle zone, like the letter o, the writer imagines things pertaining to daily events.
Since the o is a communication letter, you get imagination as to what someone tells you. The bigger the loops, the more he lies, or the more secrets are being kept.