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Sandra Fisher

Validating Graphology with Science

A scientific study of the relationship between handwriting and Parkinson’s disease. Some revealing clues.

0 Comments / 562 View / September 12, 2013

The Graphology Gaffe in an Oscar winning movie

There’s a Graphology gaffe in the movie The Age of Innocence. Did you spot the handwriting blunder?

0 Comments / 263 View / June 3, 2013

The stepmother's handwriting

The Wicked Stepmother’s Handwriting

Here is the Step-mother’s handwriting. Large in size, its sweeping horizontal strokes dominate and completely dwarf the tiny self-conscious t-strokes so timidly submitted by Cinderella.

1 Comment / 294 View / May 30, 2013

DNA Double Helix

Crick’s Letter to Son sells for $5.3 Million

Here’s something interesting that I read recently at BBC News England. It’s all about a letter from Francis Crick to his 12 year old son, Michael describing his discovery of the double helix of DNA. I have reproduced a small…

6 Comments / 91 View / May 20, 2013

fat girl handwriting

Fat Girl Handwriting – Fact or Myth?

Being overweight is not necessarily a personality issue. I have seen many thin, scratchy handwritings from overweight girls and many fat handwritings written by thin girls. So there is no correlation whatsover.

4 Comments / 1077 View / February 27, 2013

Autograph collecting

Autograph Collecting: A Million Dollar Industry from Signatures

Aside from the historical interest attached to autographs, I wonder if the owners of the signed postcards and pictures appreciate how much information can be extracted from the handwriting alone?

2 Comments / 186 View / February 12, 2013

Pretty Handwriting

Pretty Handwriting: What it Says about You

Pretty handwriting is not the be-all and end-all of style and desirability. If your handwriting is less than pretty – relax. It may just show a bit of individuality

7 Comments / 5851 View / January 16, 2013

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Jack Lew’s Loopy Signature

What a hooha – over a signature no less!  But then it isn’t just any signature. It is the august signature of America’s newly appointed Treasury Secretary, Jack Lew. And it will be gracing the face of all new dollar…

4 Comments / 1802 View / January 11, 2013

Giraffe personality

The Giraffe Personality

A person with a giraffe personality is usually a bit vague because he is an inveterate dreamer. He doesn’t always see the big picture because his head is always in the clouds. As a result, he is not firmly grounded and he doesn’t always have a balanced point of view.

1 Comment / 7959 View / January 3, 2013

Treasury of manuscripts

A Treasure Trove of Manuscripts with Untold Secrets

Old manuscripts are like hidden treasure to any graphologist – not only do they have historical value but they also reveal untold secrets about the writers’ personalities.

0 Comments / 53 View / December 30, 2012