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