Ellen DeGeneres

Ellen DeGeneres

 

Ellen DeGeneres

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Ellen DeGeneres’s handwriting is intelligent. Notice how she connects her ‘t’ bars with the following letters, in one sweep. Cross bars/dots that join the following letters reveal a clever linking up of ideas, activity. This writer ‘sees’ the relationship between people, things, that usually go unnoticed by others, she knows how to be funny. Her blown up under length letters (f,g,y) disclose strong and somewhat unusual drives. Many of her end strokes extend rightward; Ms. DeGeneres is both generous and sympathetic. Her left margin is uniform, the spaces between the lines are consistent in size, her ‘head’ is organized.

Emma Watson

Emma Watson

 

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Emma Watson’s handwriting is elegant; certainly a graceful and friendly disposition is part of her. There are small spaces between words; this always reflects someone talkative, communicative, one who loves sharing with others. Because these traits are real, others pick up on this and likewise, relate correspondingly. The size of her capital ‘I’s are similar in scope to the rest of her script, she is not a braggart and is down to earth.

Queen Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth

 

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Queen Elizabeth’s handwriting has no beginning strokes; she is direct and to the point.
Notice how she connects all the ‘of’ words –there are three of them. It is usual to link from the top of the ‘o’ to the middle of the ‘f’. She makes her connections in the upper, intellectual sphere of the ‘f’. A strong intellect is detected. Her ‘g’s are ‘figure 8’s, reflecting a high I.Q. Her Greek‘d’s disclose culture. The underlining of her signature shows she feels very good about herself. Many of the Queen’s
‘t’ bars fling rightward of the stem, her patience is quite limited.

Cristiano Ronaldo

Cristiano Ronaldo

 

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s handwriting shouts who he is. Those lightning sharp strokes reflect massive determination and speed. Graphology courses teach that one’s signature is the way the writer views himself. Mr. Ronaldo’s John Hancock looks like his leg kicking. The fact that his autograph is written decidedly upward tells of an exceedingly positive, optimistic nature. Combine this with his excessively large signature-his ego, CR7 must dominate and gives off an aura of arrogance.
He feels GREAT about himself and because he makes no secret of this, people around him react correspondingly.

Meghan Markle

Meghan Markle

 

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Meghan

Meghan Markle’s handwriting leans exceedingly rightward…she is very warm and approachable. Those graceful end strokes, flaring up and back disclose elegance and much charm. Her ‘i’ dots are quite exact revealing a precise, honest character. Interestingly, all of her oval letters are closed (at the top)…although she has the welcoming and friendly nature, she actually reveals little about her personal life, unless she is particularly close with her counterpart. Her writing pressure is surprisingly heavy, the Duchess of Sussex is no pushover, although loving, she administers a dominant personality.

Johnny Depp

Johnny Depp

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Johnny Depp’s handwriting illustrates open ovals (‘a’ in Thanks, ‘o’ in you), combined with his laughable, don’t take me seriously signature. This reflects one who speaks well, gifted with a great sense of humor and absolutely cool. The ‘cutting up’ in his autograph hints of some self-inflicted pain.

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Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton

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Hillary Clinton’s handwriting reflects the intellectual. Every graphology course teaches signature analysis.

An analysis of Clinton’s signature reveals that she is not as cold as rumored. Many politicians, due to their public lives, feel the need to impose a safeguard, and although her bolt-upright signature shows a cool approach to others, the body of her writing, “the real Hillary,” does lean somewhat rightward toward her fellow man, reflecting some warmth.

Her printed capital letters (G1, G2) denote intelligence and culture. The breaks between letters (H) imply intuition. The spacing between the lines (I1, I2) is a little wider than average. This, combined with those needle pointed tops (J1-J3), points to an analytical and sharp mind. There are virtually no beginning strokes before the letters; this person is to-the-point. The unizonal letters (a, c, e, etc.) are small, illustrating the ability to focus. No lines are tangled; this displays one who is clearheaded. These are the components of the “born lawyer.’”

At the end of the first line of a letter, a writer stops where it seems most appropriate and returns to the left margin to start a second line. Clinton moves the starting point of the written lines more and more to the right (K), toward the right margin; the left margin widens. This signifies both enthusiasm and impatience.

A wife who writes her husband’s family name, or the initial of it, with considerably greater emphasis than that with which she writes her own initials, indicates that she thinks she has married “above her station.” The converse is also true: If a woman writes her husband’s surname smaller, or if she writes its initial noticeably smaller than the initials of her own name, she demonstrates a low opinion of him, his family or both. In this signature, the first name has considerably greater emphasis than the family name. This speaks for itself.

Notice that the cross bar joins the following letter (L1-L4). This reveals a clever combination of thoughts, the quality of the crossword puzzle-player, who can solve abstract and intricate difficulties and has the capacity to be open to experience.

Albert Einstein

Albert Einstein

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Albert Einstein’s handwriting reveals the mastermind. Graphology courses stress that unpretentious handwriting may reveal a genius mind.

How does the writing of Albert Einstein reflect genius? It looks so simple! The truth is that simplicity is one of the keys to superior intellect.

A small middle zone is necessary for high powers of concentration. At some points, Einstein’s middle zone becomes microscopic.

Notice how extremely even the left margin is as it descends, showing a sense of order. Add to this the many exactly placed i dots, and we have an extreme sense of order and an exacting memory. Cautious by nature (also indicated by the exactly placed i dots), Professor Einstein adds a dot after his surname-just a precaution.

His clear-mindedness and creative ability are shown by not allowing one letter to protrude into another in the lines above or below.

Yet the most striking characteristic seems to be his t crossings. Observe their individualistic, even strange, maneuverability in the upper (intellectual) zone. It is difficult to describe what Einstein does in this region, as it is to define genius.

Britney Spears

Britney Spears

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Britney Spears’ handwriting is round, which reveals a childish, soft manner. Her middle zone letters (a, c, e, etc.) predominate, she is totally in the here and now. What are important to her are everyday matters. Her writing pressure is light, indicating a general lack of resistance. This can get her into trouble, as her ‘inner strength’ is weak. Her low upper zones (A1, A2) point to a practical, non-philosophical view of life.

Ear-minded people frequently spell poorly in English. The language has many words that sound alike but spelled differently, and others that are spelled alike but are pronounced differently. Such persons tend to spell words phonetically, but in English, this is frequently misspelling. Such people are likely to omit punctuation marks-comma, colon and exclamation point. Notice two misspelled words in this short note (B1, B2). Ear minded people are often very successful when selling to an audience. Aside from all of her other winning traits, Britney Spears is instinctively a musician.

Bill Gates

Bill Gates

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Bill Gates’ high, upper zone extensions (A1, A2) as compared to his small middle zone letters (a, c, e, etc.) reflect a need to be on top of others-mentally. His fast-paced writing shows mental speed. The slashed j dot (B) and those unnecessary initial strokes (C1, C2) shout argumentativeness, cynicism and irritability. The right slanted angular writing broadcasts aggressiveness. The long, rightward extensions (D1, D2) tell of a sympathetic, generous personality. His left margin (E) is exceptionally even, this is indicative of a unique and exceedingly organized intellect. When coupling this with all of the letters that are shaped as numbers (F1-F4), it is not surprising how Mr. Gates has been so successful.