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The Royal Couple – Prince William and Catherine Middleton

Posted in Celebrity signatures, Handwriting, Handwriting expert on April 27, 2011 by readingyourwrites

The Royal Couple  – What Makes them tick?

 
The last time I was this excited about a wedding was August last year when my young cousin

Tied the knot in  swank affair on a massive Estate on the outskirts of London.  She is named after an African Queen and the whole affair was just magical.   

 

A year later, although not related in any way to the Royal couple I am equally excited.  I  just love weddings.  I was also a big fan of the late Princess Diana, so to see her eldest son all grown up and getting married warms the cockles of my heart.

 So what makes this beautiful couple tick???

 Catherine

What you see is what you get no hidden agenda   Kate’s clear legible script tells us so.

She is ruled by her heart, her signature slants to the right.   A complete optimist the upward t bar tells us so.

An analytical thinker is evident in the formations of her letters n and M.

A good listener her open e demonstrate this.

But she loves to have the last word.  The period at the end of her name shows this.  So watch out William your Princess is no pushover.

William

Logical practical person who is ruled by his head his vertical signature demonstrates this.

William is Loyal the full stops over his I stems, tells us so.

The Prince is a Quick Thinker and the eligibility of the final letters of the name shows quickness of the mind.

His mother probably taught him to be self reliant; the final letters crossing underneath the name expresses this.

He often makes a decision based on a gut feeling, he is extremely intuitive.  The spacing between letters is clear evidence

A total diplomat whether genetic or otherwise is expressed by the slightly different height of both l’s

Wishing them both an abundance of  Joy and Happiness in your Marriage.   Good Luck!!!

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National Handwriting Week- January 23rd – 30th

Posted in Graphologist, Handwriting, Handwriting expert on January 24, 2010 by readingyourwrites

OMG  –  I cannot believe I let yesterday slip by and I did not honor National Handwriting Day!!  How can I have a handwriting blog and not celebrate such an important day?  It is actually John Hancock’s birthday too.  Anyway the extravagant side of  my personality tells me to extend the day to a week.  So  celebrate with me the power of  the pen.

Go out and treat yourself to a new writing instrument  –  the Montblanc pens are my favorite,    or buy some fancy stationery there is plenty out there.  Write a little note to someone very special, Don’t wait until Valentine’s day, or if you have not had a chance to read my book on handwriting signed copies are available on my website www.writeanalysis.com

Ok,  let me know what takes your fancy from my suggestions above.   All this hype  about new  technology –  let’s do the write thing and keep the art of handwriting alive.

Usain Bolt – lightning strikes in Berlin

Posted in Celebrity signatures, Graphology, Handwriting expert on August 29, 2009 by readingyourwrites

Usain3I lived in Germany many moons ago as part of a student exchange program.   That experience  was one of the best years of my life.  On one of our assignments  our group travelled to Berlin  –   the Wall was still up then.

On  the other side of the Wall,  in East Berlin, the city was grim and foods in the store fronts were sparse and uninviting but it was a trip that I will never forget.

2009 – Berlin cheers the name of my fellow Jamaican, Usain Bolt, as he sprints to the finish line leaving Asfa Powell and Tyson Gay behind him in the 100 meter race.   Beating his own world record a year later.   His new world record – 9.58.  Unbelievable!!

It is sheer magic to watch him.    He follows in the footsteps of the great Jesse Owens, who shattered records in Berlin in 1936.

I had Usain Bolt’s  signature since 2003;  I decided to save it because I saw greatness then.  Lightening struck three times in China last year – first he speed down the track in the 100m on August 16, lowering his own score from excitement when he slowed down, banging his chest before he hit the tape.  Then in the 200 metres he bolted down the track and broke Michael Johnson’s 12 year old record in the process,  stunning the crowd and a baffled Michael Johnson.  Saving the best for last – Bolt turned the  bend in the third left lane  of the 4 x 100 men’s relay and passed the baton to our former world champion Asafa Powell who sped to the finish line bringing  us home yet another gold.

This year in Berlin he also broke the 200 meter record. His new world record is 19.19 seconds.

So What Makes Usain Bolt Tick?

The formation of the letter U shows that he is a complete diplomat the second part of the top of the U is higher than the first part.  The size of the letter U being bigger than the family name Bolt shows he is a person with a good level of self assuredness.  (Not to be confused or interpreted as egotistic.)  Egotism uses much bigger letters and out of line with the rest of the signature.

Usain is truly a bolt of lightning –  the way he circles his family name expresses a person who is a great protector.  Caring, concerned and a true team player.  The two stems in the letter t demonstrate an individual that is determined and resolute and once his mind is set, it is hard to change it.  The t bar tells us two things – the height of the t bar shows he is goal oriented and the length of the t bar which crosses his entire name shows  his leadership ability and his unwavering enthusiasm.  The t bar has a slight bow in the bend of its formation which demonstrates his high level of discipline.  His flexibility to adjust to all situations is evident in the rhythm of his signature. The  simple  formation  of the letter U demonstrates a person who is direct and to the point with no hidden agenda.  The size of his signature gives evidence of a generous spirit and is a sign of an exceptional individual.

The mayor of Berlin honored him with a piece of the Berlin Wall or should I say 12 ft of it.   Watch out London, 2012. I plan to be there  to watch another   Bolt of lightening!!!

Usain Bolt was  5th runner up  in Time magazine 2009  Persons of the year.   Read  this fabulous  article about the fastest man in the world by Sean Gregory of Time Magazine. December 16 2009 -www.time.com/time/specials/packages.article.

What Made Michael Jackson Tick

Posted in Celebrity signatures, Handwriting expert on July 17, 2009 by readingyourwrites

MichaelJacksonSignatureIt is really difficult to come to terms with the death of Michael Jackson.  I don’t think  it really registered  in my brain until  Tuesday  July 7th  when I saw the  golden casket.  My tears flowed as if I had lost my own brother.  Michael Jackson was and will always be a global icon.

The legacy of  this musical genius, the gloved hand, the glittered socks and short pants, the crotch holding, pelvic pushing, spinning, high note singing, Grammy Award winning, musical Messiah, magnetized millions, marched across many boundaries paving the way for 21st century artists such as Ne-yo, Usher, Chris Brown and many more.

This gifted manchild who became a child-like man blended music genres like no other.   A pioneer, humanitarian, trailblazer, transformer, songwriter,  moonwalking, innovator Thrilled the world for years, Dangerously under the unforgiving microscope of the media.

Happy Release My Young Brother you are truly in a better place.   I have seen Michael’s signature on several documents and over the years I have included his signature in some of my presentations.  Over the past three weeks the media has discussed him from every possible angle.

Well here I am – bringing another light to this brilliant star.

What Made Michael Tick?

His signature reveals that the initial stroke of the letter M is smaller than the second part of the letter m formation, which emphasizes his self conscious nature.   His signature slants to the left which expresses his emotions are often in the past.  (Left slant handwriting is a sign that an individual has unresolved issues from former years that still trouble them in the present.)   People who have left slant handwriting have nothing to do with whether they are left or right handed.  Handwriting is a brain signal.

The capital letters in both names Michael and Jackson are three times larger than the rest of the letters in his name.  The larger capital M expresses his self-image and pride and the larger letter J represents his love for family.  The large loop of the letter l circles and overlaps into the other letters demonstrating his protective nature.    The first and last name connecting shows that he is closely joined to himself and family and does not care for any separation.  (It is often noted that he did not like to be away from his three children; they went everywhere with him).

The sharp points of the letters M and the final letter N express his sharp quick mind – he was an astute business man.  (Still so difficult to refer to him in the past tense as I write this).

The down strokes in the letters M, the loop in the letter  J and the final letter l comes way below the baseline, showing his level of determination and energy.  The star at the end of his name expresses clearly the star quality he truly possessed.

On June 25th we experienced a sudden pause – but the beat, the rhythm, energy and spirit of Michael Jackson will live in our hearts forever – Long live the King of Pop.

Mama-se, mama-sa, mama-coo-sa, Yehee!!!