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Re: VMs: Yet another weird hypothesis ...
So, as far as I understand, it confirms - the VMS writer is not a sexually
On Fri, 5 Sep 2003, Nick Pelling wrote:
> Hi Mart,
> At 23:53 04/09/2003 +0300, Mart Vabar:
> >I don't know much about grafology, but I think, the writer is not very
> >interested in sexual things at all
> According to the introductory notes on http://www.britishgraphology.org/ ...
> Middle Zone:
> * Common-sense
> * Self-assertion
> * Sentimental, social and rational considerations
> * Attitude to everyday life.
> Upper Zone:
> * Extension above everyday matters into the realms of dreams
> * of intellectual or spiritual interests
> * of ideals and speculation.
> Lower Zone:
> * Extension into the sub-conscious
> * Instinctual needs, e.g. sexual inclinations
> * Material and business considerations
> * Down to earth.
> Capital Emphasis: (overlarge (more than twice height of m/z letters)
> embellished or elaborated capital letters.
> * Love of limelight
> * Self dramatization
> * Lack of mental balance
> * Auto-suggestion
> * Over-compensation of inferiority feelings, by showing off.
> ISTM that the VMs' elaborate gallows indicate both intellect &
> self-dramatization, and its weak lower zone to impracticality and low
> sex-drive. Well, allegedly, anyway. :-o
> The history of graphology (ie, as an indirect study of personality, as
> opposed to stylistics or palaeography) began somewhat after the VMs' likely
> dates, so make of that what you will:-
> But it is not until 1622 that the study of handwriting was put
> into print, by the Italian Camillo Baldi, "How to recognize
> from a letter the nature and quality of a writer". This was
> little more than a collection of random observations though,
> and remained virtually unnoticed.
> At the beginning of the 19th century, the German, Lavater,
> and the Frenchmen, Edouard Hocquart and Abbé Flandrin,
> developed the art of interpreting handwriting. But it was not
> until the second half of the century, when Michon published
> the results of his many years research into individual
> handwriting movements, that the subject began to arouse
> public interest.
> Cheers, .....Nick Pelling.....
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