Secrets Revealed: "What Your Signature says About You'

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Like a very private and personal photograph in an unguarded instant, your signature can reveal a lot more about you than you may realize.Regardless of what you were taught at school, your hand writing will take on your own unique style and will unlock a personal view of your character.

Your Signature Is You

Every feature of your signature will reveal something about your personality, somewhat like a jig-saw puzzle.In the hands of a trained graphologist,these features are an indelible stamp of the hand holding the pen.
It is also not surprising, therefore, that the emotions of the writer match the movement of the pen. So, the shy person who keeps mostly to himself, and doesn't have many friends is likely to write small with letters tightly squeezed together so no one can pry between the gaps.

Like fingerprints, every signature is unique and uniquely revealing.
The changes in Napoleon's signature during the course of his life illustrate how signatures- and handwriting in general - mirrors personality and the writers reaction to events. In 1791 when he was a young sub-lieutenant, his signature was clear and legible.Strong but not pretentious.
At the height of his power, his signature was abbreviated but written with fierce strokes and heavy pressure.

When his power was disappearing and he was surrounded by disaster and defeat, his signature became confused. With the final defeat and exile, it dwindled away to a shriveled nothing.

It wouldn't be possible to predict a person's future using graphology, but the very nature of an individual's signature and indeed his handwriting style in general,
will give some clues as to how the writer would react in certain situations.
At the deepest level, your signature will reflect your emotional condition at the time of writing that particular piece of script.Not to mention, that it will most certainly indicate for whom the letter was intended.

When examining one's signature,irrespective of what you had been taught at school, it portrays the real you, your persona. It alone will perhaps be the most spontaneous, unadulterated reflection of who you are.

The average person's signature at the bottom of a letter is usually plain and legible without too many embel-
lishments and resembles the rest of the handwriting's size, shape and character. In general terms one could say that such people are well adjusted and balanced who are unpretentious and self confident. They do not feel the need to project a false or distorted image of themselves.

legally, one's signature is recognized as the indisputable record of it's owner, next to fingerprints and D.N.A.
Forgery of a signature in most countries is viewed as a serious crime which carry high penalties.

To many people graphology is no more than a parlour game, on a level with fortune telling and the reading of tea - leaves. But some of the largest corporations in the world - mining, explosives and chemical manufacturers, banks,insurance companies, all take it seriously enough to insist that all job applicants apply in their own handwriting.

A Brief Guide To Graphology:

Check the qualities you think you possess, then see if your signature confirms your opinion.

1. ADVENTUROUS:

Style: Right - slanted writing.Broad, large upper and lower zone.Firm pressure and narrow right margin.


2. AMBITION TO DOMINATE

Style: Large writing, large middle and upper zones. Firm pressure, rising lines, large signature; and strong rising "t" crosses placed high on the the stem.


3. AMIABLE

Style: Medium - size writing of average width with fluent, harmonious rhythm, rounded letters and garlands.


4. BUSINESS SENSIBILITY

Style: Large lower zone. Letters mainly connected but some disconnected. Right slant.


5. CALM AND POISED

Style: Upright or left - slanted regular writing, rounded letter forms, straight lines, regular spacing.


6. CARELESS

Style: Irregular writing, thread - like, broken letters with bodies incomplete.


7. COLD NATURED

Style: Left - slanted writing,narrow, sharp stroke. Angular letter connections and words far apart.


8. CONVENTIONAL

Style: Copybook connections. Writing medium size or small. Straight lines, upright or right slant with balanced zones and regular word spacing. Letters connected.



9. DECISIVE

Style: Angular connections, regular writing, careful letter forms.


10. ECONOMICAL

Style: Narrow small writing with no end strokes to letters. No margins.


11`. EFFICIENT

Style: Regular writing with angular or copybook connections. Carefully formed letters, with "i" dots and "t" crosses accurately placed.


12. EXTRAVAGANT

Style: Large, broad, writing with wide - left margin. Large spaces between words and lines.


13. EXTROVERT PERSONALITY

Style: Large, broad writing with a right - slant. Large middle - zone words near together, with all the spaces filled.


14. GENEROUS

Style: Large, broad writing, with large garland - end strokes to letters.


15. GOOD JUDGMENT

Style: clear, regular, legible, medium - size writing, letters connected. Upright or slight slant. Straight lines and margins.


16. IMAGINATIVE

Style: Large, broad writing. Letters disconnected. Large upper and lower zones with full loops, irregular writing.


17. INDECISIVE

Style: Thread - like connections, broad, irregular writing with lack of definition in letter forms.


18. INFERIOR FEELING

Style: Small, narrow writing with light pressure and left slant. Descending lines; small signature and small personal pronoun "I".


19. INTROVERT

Style: Small, narrow writing with a left - slant. Small middle zone and words far apart with space left vacant.


20. MODESTY

Style: Small writing, small signature, small personal pronoun "I" and small upper and middle zones to letters.


21. OBTRUSIVENESS

Style: Very broad writing with firm pressure and angular connections.


22. OPTIMISM

Style: Rising lines with a dynamic, lively stroke and rounded letter forms. Signature is clear and rising, placed in the center or right.


23. PESSIMIST

Style: Falling lines and falling words with angular connections and broken letter forms. Signature crossed - through or placed to the left.


24. PRECISE

Style: Regular writing, straight lines and margins. Letters clearly and meticulously formed with angular connections. Accurate placing of "i" dots and "t" crosses.


25. SECRETIVE

Style: Writing completely connected arcades or copybook, vowels such as "o" tightly looped and sealed, cover - strokes retracing letters.


26. SELF - CONFIDENT

Style: Large. regular writing with large middle - zone. Upright or slight - slant. Large signature and large personal pronoun "I".


27. SELF - DISCIPLINED

Style: Regular writing, straight lines and margins and even word spacing. Balanced zones or upright or slight slant.


28. SENSUAL

Style: Thick "pasty" stroke, broad writing but narrow word spacing. Large lower zone to letters.


29. SOCIABLE

Style: Broad, legible writing with harmonious rhythm. Right slant and words close together. Large middle zone, letters connected with garlands. Rounded letter forms.


30. TACTFUL OR DIPLOMATIC

Style: Medium or small writing of average width with rounded letter forms and even pressure. Garlands, arcades or mixed connections. Upright or slight slant. Words decreasing in size and wide spaces between words.


31. TALKATIVE

Style: Large, broad writing, connected with garlands. Words and lines close together.


32. TEMPER

Style: Right slant with heavy pressure and angular connections. Fierce, pointed or thickened "t" crosses and hooked starting strokes, or starting from well below the base line.


33. TIMID

Style: Upright or left slant. Narrow cramped letter forms, light pressure and large right margins.


34. UNPREDICTABLE

Style: Changing slant, irregular writing and varying connections.


35. UNSOCIABLE

Style: Illegible, disconnected writing with a left slant and the words far apart.


36. VERSATILE

Style: Irregular writing with some letters connected and others disconnected. Rhythmic, fluid and varying letter forms with threads, garlands or arcades.


37. WARM NATURED

Style: Broad writing with a "pasty" thick stroke, rounded letter forms and words close together. Right slant.

Features Explained

The three zones:

Upper, Middle and Lower zones are best explained when one pictures a standard sentence, running from left to right. and divided into three equal smaller portions " zones" where the base of the letter is in the lower zone, the middle zone is where the middle part of a letter ends up and top part of the letter ends up in the upper zone.

Arcades and garlands:


Arcades :
covered walk - ways or lanes, shut out the outside world.The writer in the same way, covers his thoughts, showing a formal face to the world. He doesn't consult others about his own business but prefers to make up his own mind.Sculptors and artists often make use of high, arched arcades in their writings.

Garlands:
The people using garlands in their writings are friendly, receptive, kind and lacking aggression. They are usually very vulnerable because they
are often too gullible. They use a free easy movement of the pen.


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author avatar sasikrishna
12th Feb 2011 (#)

really great information about signature...

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author avatar Tranquilpen
12th Feb 2011 (#)

You are most welcome Sasi, I will be publishing an article about "doodling" that is much more revealing of your character. I analyze some famous and infamous historical characters in that article.Best wishes.

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author avatar Curlyartsy
19th Feb 2013 (#)

I have an artsy but precise, "loopy/feather-strokey" handwriting with a lot of flourish (copied a bit from my older cousin when I was in middle school) that is almost ruler straight with even spaces between lines and no discernible slant. My question is: What does it mean if I tend to alternate between print/cursive and upper/lower case for same letter? E.g. -in the word letter, my first "e" is usually cursive lower case but second is print/upper. Footnote: Others often describe my handwriting as very pretty but sometimes they have difficulty reading -- i.e., when I'm in a rush to write.

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author avatar Sunil
25th Mar 2013 (#)

really very good information about signatures.......

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