Graphology can be addictive

Warning! Handwriting analysis can be addictive

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Handwriting Analysis – Why is it so addictive?

I’ll tell you. It’s because handwriting analysis gives you access to the motivations and deepest emotions of all kinds of people.

And I do mean all kinds. The good, the bad and the ugly!

Family, friends, enemies, public figures, celebrities, politicians and historical figures of the past.  If any of these individuals have put pen to paper, you can be sure that you will be able to unearth the most amazing revelations about them and their characters.

You will see what makes them tick, what motivates their behaviour, why they happen to be misfits or why their actions are purely based on low self-esteem and more.

Even the motivations of murderers and criminals will be like an open book to you.  All this when you are able to understand the hidden secrets in a page of handwriting. Take a look at the handwriting of Jack the Ripper and you’ll see what I mean. When you have read the explanation of that handwriting tell me if you can’t see the gore dripping from every pen stroke.

Most people simply read the contents of a letter. But there are hidden meanings and revelations to be found in the actual formations of the handwriting.

I have personally discovered that when you know how to read these signs a new world of understanding opens up.  That is why I have said that handwriting analysis is addictive.  Because I find that the more you discover, the more you want to know.

If you have an opinion about graphology, write in and tell me. I would be interested to know what you think of it – good or  bad!

What do you think?

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