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Graphology
Graphology Defined and How it Works: Graphology is defined as the scientific study of handwriting to determine personality traits. Since the 17th century, researchers have linked human character to handwriting patterns. Graphology is an empirical science that offers a direct link to human personality. The conscious and subconscious minds are revealed through hundreds of handwriting aspects by the complex coordination of nerves, body, and mind function. It could more accurately be referred to as "mind writing." Your writing is as unique as your fingerprints. Handwriting is an expression of the true self.

Graphology is so informative because it reveals subconscious character, the real personality, not just the persona and the one seen when a person is at his or her best.

Addressing Handwriting Analysis Skepticism

5 Possible Ways to Understand and Outmaneuver Your Enemy

Handwriting Analysis is More Effective Than Self-report Personality Tests: The problem with fill-in-the-blanks and multiple choice question personality tests, the self-report kind, is that the person who is taking the test inevitably figures out the intent of the questions and answers how he or she thinks they should answer to score appropriately.

Whether is it to obtain a job, advance within a company, or for some other reason, the questions aren't always answered honestly.

Everyone wants to present themselves in the best light possible and since self-report tests can be manipulated, a more objective alternative is necessary.

Self-report personality tests are best used as supplements to other, more reliable forms of assessment, such as handwriting analysis.

Handwriting analysis is so useful because the results can't be manipulated, it helps save you the hassle and expense of hiring the wrong employees, and it's an effective tool to help improve workplace morale and productivity by identifying true strengths, challenges, and compatibility.

The U.S. Library of Congress catalogues graphology (handwriting analysis) books in the psychology, document examination, and personnel screening categories.

"Graphologist" (handwriting analyst) is listed in the U.S. Department of Labor's Directory of Occupational Titles (DOT) as "miscellaneous professional."

Handwriting Analysis- 6 Concerns Addressed

5 More Handwriting Analysis Concerns Addressed

In Support of Handwriting Analysis

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History
Interest in the connection between handwriting and personality dates back to over 2000 years ago. Aristotle remarked, “Spoken words are the symbols of mental experience and written words are the symbols of spoken words. Just as all men do not have the same speech sounds, so do all men not have the same writing.”

In 1622 Italian scholar Camillo Baldi published the first book on handwriting analysis, “How to Judge the Nature and the Character of a Person From His Letter."

The term graphology was coined in 1875 by two French priests, Abbe Flandrin and Jean-Hypolyte Michon. Their publications on handwriting analysis in the late 1800s were the most scholarly and in-depth work done up to that time; their research contributed greatly to the field of handwriting analysis.

 
 
Discrimination and Graphology
Graphology has been used regularly in U.S. courts since the late 1800s. Legal precedents have been set regarding handwriting analysis. One court ruled that handwriting is “behavior in public” and that using it as the basis of personality analysis cannot be judged as an invasion of privacy. U.S. vs. Hazelwood School District 534 F 2nd 805 states that graphology is “not precluded in hiring if it is related to the job." A graphologist is unable to distinguish age, race, sex, and marital status from a handwriting sample. Graphology is probably the most non-discriminatory method of personality profiling in existence today.
 
 
Application of Graphology

Graphology can be used to identify personality strengths and challenges, to determine reliability, to display ability, talent, and intelligence, as a hiring tool--it allows you to select the right person for the job, to evaluate management or sales potential, to evaluate compatibility, to understand management or sales style, to detect leadership ability, to evaluate employees for promotions, as a tool for career guidance, as an aid in negotiations, and in numerous other ways.

It's also interesting to note that handwriting analysis can identify if a person is blocking prosperity in their life. Although a person may consciously feel that they deserve more abundance, their subconscious (which dominates the conscious mind) may feel like they don't deserve it, thus they unconsciously sabotage circumstances in their lives that equate to having more money. The same dynamic applies to other areas in life, including relationships.

Relating to romantic relationships, a good handwriting analysis can tell you if a person fears commitment, avoids conflict, lacks a good sense of discernment (necessary to identify and understand personality and relationship issues), is emotionally mature or immature, is impulsive, fears intimacy, is restless, is self-conscious, lacks self-esteem and ego strength, has an excessive interest or disinterest in sex, fears success, fears trusting others, has a tendency to withdraw, and much more.

 
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Graphology Q&A
Q: Who uses graphology?
A: Graphology is more extensively used by European and Israeli businesses than by American organizations. It's common for major corporations in Italy, Spain, France, and Israel to regularly use graphology for personnel selection. American companies that use it include giants like G.E., Ford, Pepsi, Northwestern Mutual Life, Quaker Oats, Dairy Queen, H&R Block, and many smaller companies. Also, personal usage of graphology has empowered countless individuals with profound personality and compatibility awareness.

Q: What are some other uses of graphology?
A: Some other uses of graphology include the following: use it to decide which person to hire as your accountant, who you should hire as your baby-sitter, who you should go into business with, who you should date, who you should trust, and innumerable other applications. It can also be used, among other ways, for family relations, group dynamic analysis, self-help, personal growth, and to help modify personality traits through a process called graphotherapy involving handwriting exercises. Although a graphologist must be very careful to avoid suggesting handwriting alterations that tinker with personality defenses or those that signify excessive character modifications, it is possible to change subconscious programming to some degree through altering handwriting.

Q: What are some of the personality traits that graphology identifies?
A: Graphology is extremely reliable in revealing information about personality traits and it is also very useful in compatibility analysis. The following are some of the personality areas with which Scott works.

Social Skills: compliance; dependability; easygoingness; extroversion; generosity; kindheartedness; modesty; outspokenness; tolerance; and more.

Personal Dynamics: ambition; assertiveness/competitiveness; cautiousness; consistency; initiative; persistence; risk-taking; self-confidence; vitality; and more.

Intellect/Mentality: abstract thinking; analytical ability; clear thinking; conservative thinking; decision making ability; future-orientation; idealism; imagination; logical thinking; original thinking; past-orientation; present-orientation; visionary thinking; and more.

Communication Skills: communicate, desire to; diplomacy; discretion; empathy; listening ability; persuasiveness; rapport; verbal facility; and more.

Motivations: material/financial; ego needs; personal accomplishment; leadership; approval; constructive challenge; social involvement; practical interests; security; knowledge/theory; creativity; pleasure; and more.

Work Habits: ability to deal with repetitive tasks; attention to detail; concentration; determination; independence; objectivity; organizational skills; problem-solving ability; simplification of issues; team player; time management and more.

Q: How does a well-trained graphologist provide accurate personality profiles?
A: Accuracy in graphology demands that the context of the entire writing sample be considered and that all individual aspects and parts of the script must be interpreted independently and then built into a complete picture describing the personality. The collective body of traits in a handwriting sample (over 300 in all) either supports and intensifies, or mitigates the energy of any one individual aspect.

Q: How accurate is graphology?
A: Handwriting analysis can’t reveal everything. It can’t always predict the attitude a person will take or the exact choices they will make. Graphology does show, however, how a person acts, feels and thinks. It symbolizes a person’s state of mind and personality at the time of writing, signifies past behavior and shows potential for future conduct. It is important to note that no single form of personality analysis is 100% accurate. Well-trained graphologists often offer at least 80% accuracy in personality analysis. Scott consistently offers a minimum of 90% accuracy in his graphological personality profiles.

Q: Is it true you can effectively analyze character from a signature?
A: Trying to analyze handwriting accurately from a signature alone is like trying to describe what a person looks like based on a photo of only their eyes.

Q: How much handwriting does a graphologist need to do an analysis?
A: It is best if the analyst has at least a page of handwriting to work with. The sample should be dated, written spontaneously on unlined paper with a ballpoint pen and then signed at the end. If the person usually prints, at least a paragraph of cursive should be written.

Q: What are some of the aspects in a handwriting sample that a well-trained graphologist
considers?

A: The following are some important aspects to consider when analyzing a handwriting sample: baseline; capitals; connectives; connectivity; consistency; contradictions in script; compression; contraction/expansiveness; down-strokes; ductus; elaboration; expansion; finals; fluidity; form; harmony; hooks; jabs; knots; lead-ins; legibility; loops; margins; movement; organization; originality; personal pronoun I; pressure; retracing; rhythm; shading; signature; simplicity; size; slant; overall arrangement and picture of space; letter, word and line spacing; speed; spirals; tension; ties; zonal balance and much more.

Q: Have any accredited scientific studies been done involving handwriting analysis?
A: Yes. Below are some instances of scientific research regarding graphology:

Broern, W. Graphology and Its Importance In Current Medical Psychology; Medizinische Klinik, Hamburg, 66, 6, 1971.

Hearns, R. The use of graphology in criminology; Criminal Psychopathology, 3, 461-464, 1972.

Ianetta, Kimon and Reed Hayes, James F. Craine, Ph.D. & Dennis G. McLaughlin, Ph.D. Facilitating Assessment of Dangerousness by Using Characteristics of Handwriting; Hawaii, 1992.

Nevo, Baruch. National Institute of Testing & Evaluation, University of Haifa. Graphology Validation Studies in Israel: Summary of 15 years of Activity; International Association for Applied Psychology, Jerusalem, July, 1986.

Nevo, Baruch. Yes, graphology can predict occupational success: Rejoinder to Ben Shakhar, Et Al; Perceptual and Motor Skills, 66, 92-94, 1988.

Pearl, R. The value of handwriting in neurological examination; The Mount Sinai Journal of Medicine, 41, 1, 200-2004, 1974.

For a more extensive listing of scientific studies involving handwriting analysis, please contact Scott by
e-mail.

 
 
My Comprehensive Charting Systems
Printouts of the bulk of Scott's comprehensive numerological and astrological charting systems, for one person.

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My Approach and Findings
My long-term objective study and application of complex systems of checks and balances involving a great many cyclical timing methods including those of comprehensive predictive numerology and astrology (other than simple modern numerological cycles and modern astrological non-continuous cycles such as transits and progressions) regularly and constantly have displayed to me that personal fate is measurable.

I am constantly searching for evidence that would challenge or invalidate my theory that everyone's life is full of unalterable karmic events and circumstances. So far, I have found none.

My research tells me that birthrights aren't automatic entitlements to the "infinite possibilities of the universe," contrary to popular belief. Free will exists, but total free will is only available to you in spirit form before incarnating. Why? So you can't escape confronting the issues you're meant to work through, and therefore grow and progress.

However trendy it is these days to reject the idea of predestination (events that are unavoidable), my research shows that fated personal circumstances (rewarding and challenging) are part of everyone's life. Since 1992 I've scrutinized the comprehensive numerology and astrology charts, and observed the representative circumstances (past and present), of thousands of people. Furthermore, whether a person believes in karma and fate or not, they are still bound by it, as I constantly witness.

Some might call me a "fatalist," and incorrectly label my position as overly-cynical and void of "promise," but please understand that I am simply relaying the results of my findings. If the idea of predestination discourages you in any way, know that you have the ability to "get what you want," on an ego-self (personality) level at least some of the time, as long as the desired result doesn't conflict with your earthly path.

Additional Considerations
Since the early 1980s, I've reviewed and studied the methods, techniques, and material of many numerologists, astrologers, graphologists, psychics, mediums, and others. I've encountered many, many, very talented, well-meaning professionals, and I've also come across those that you are best avoiding. 

It's important to understand that the sciences of numerology, astrology, and related areas are rooted in ancient tradition that has nothing to do with entertainment and shallow methodologies. 

At the same time, I fully acknowledge that there are many talented professional astrologers, numerologists, and other readers who, due to powerful psychic ability, excel at employing only a limited number of aspects and charting methods to achieve constant high accuracy levels. However, my experience tells me these types of professionals are very rare. 

I've also encountered exceptional mediums and psychics who offer very high accuracy levels who operate on their connection to the divine alone, without any birth data, charts, or related information. But these are especially rare. 

Some might be able to conduct their work with a reasonable level of accuracy using, for example, only psychologically-based, modern Western astrology, or simply modern, Western numerology, but ultimately consistent, long-term precision requires strong psychic ability and, or comprehensive charting methods employing extensive ancient and modern methods. 

I recognize that surface-oriented computer generated astrology and numerology reports, introductory astrology and numerology books, superficial numerology and astrology do-it-yourself books and kits, trivial on-line, newspaper, and magazine astrology "horoscopes" and numerology columns, and related items serve as acceptable introductions to the occult sciences. 

I find these types of sources to be even more tolerable when an author, for example, clearly states that the material he or she offers is merely an introduction to a vast body of knowledge. Disappointingly, many of these types instead offer titles such as "…The Complete Book (of numerology, astrology, etc.)…" and fail to inform the reader otherwise. 

In today's marketplace there exists an over-abundant proliferation of frivolous astrological, numerological and other New Age related material that unfortunately obscures the ancient traditions of the occult sciences. It's understandable that fresh and exciting content sells better, but it's too often to the detriment of the uninformed reader. 

All too frequently today's heavily entertainment-oriented content misinforms, misguides, and merely offers support for critics and those who seek to denigrate occult wisdom.

 
Astrology
Astrology is an ancient art and science like number mysticism (numerology). Although it wasn't fully developed and in its peak form until the Middle Ages, adherents in Classical Greece (5th-4th centuries BC), Hellenistic Greece (about 330 BC-145 BC), and Hellenistic Egypt (approximately 330 BC – 30 BC) successfully utilized it to interpret fate and gain spiritual understanding. 

Over a thousand years earlier, astrology was practiced, albeit in more informal and straightforward forms, in Babylon, Egypt, China, and India. Wise practitioners throughout the ages have come to understand the cyclical and ordered nature of life. 

Prediction of personal fate through astrological and numerological calculations and charts is a more than 2000 year-old tradition. Kings, queens, pharaohs, emperors, religious leaders, and other powerful, influential types wanted to capitalize on their fate and be prepared for challenging times. 

Prophesy was a very serious business in ancient times, whether it was in Ancient Egypt, China, Greece, Persia or elsewhere; if the astrologer or numerologist was not consistently correct in his predictions, he risked ostracism, exile, or even execution. 

It's correct to say that it is entirely possible to know what years and months in a person's life, through comprehensive astrological and numerological charting methods, that he or she is fated to meet their most pressing life dilemmas, and alternatively richest rewards. This awareness allows one to plan and prepare. 

Although most astrological focus simply deals with "what" and "when," there exist various classifications of astrology. 

Judicial astrology is a broad term used to describe the prediction of future circumstances and events through astrological calculation and charting. It encompasses most forms of astrology, aside from "natural astrology" which includes medical astrology. 

Mundane astrology deals with interpreting and predicting worldly affairs including the following: geological phenomena like volcanic eruptions, hurricanes, earthquakes, and other natural disasters; political events; and other worldly affairs. Mundane astrology is believed to have originated in ancient Babylon and its development is largely credited to Ptolemy in Hellenistic Egypt, and later the Persians and Arabs in the Middle Ages. 

Horoscopic astrology, which includes the basic astrology chart system in use today with its Ascendant (the degree of the rising Eastern horizon at the chart's inception), or "rising sign" and house divisions, is believed to have originated in Hellenistic Egypt. It's inappropriate that much of today's Sun sign astrology is referred to as horoscopes, since it has nothing to do with the Ascendant. 

Horary astrology, a form of horoscopic astrology like most forms today, involves answering questions (often of the yes or no variety) based on horoscopes of the precise time and place the question is asked. Some give much more weight to the exact time and place of the origin of the idea or question, not when it is posed to the astrologer. 

Electional astrology is associated with identifying the most favorable time to initiate something or involve oneself in a specific undertaking. It's highly regarded for those who want to make the most of their personal timing, and also for those who attempt to cheat fate. Universal cycles are considered in conjunction with personal cycles in the natal charts. 

Natal astrology involves establishing horoscopic charts at the precise time and location of a person's birth to determine personality traits and fated life circumstances and events.

 
Age of Reason
Since the Age of Reason (1600s AD) astrology has been in a state of decline in part due to a prevailing condemnation under the guise of "logic," a distorted redefinition of the meaning of science, all but relegating the sacred science of astrology (and numerology) to myth and pseudo science.

From that time forward, the science authorities dictated that astrology wasn't a science because it didn't hold up under the scientific method, which involves logically compiling observable, measurable data.

That judgment is unfounded because astrology is a science by definition, since results are consistently and empirically drawn from the same sets of circumstances. Science is based on observation.

 
 
Psychology and Astrology
The ancient science of astrology has suffered further setback in modern times from an overly creative infusion of subjective oriented psychology. 

Psychology was not part of astrology until about 100 years ago. Originally, astrology had nothing to do with psychology and almost everything to do with prediction. This may come as a shock to some practicing modern astrologers who have not looked beyond modern astrological methods. 

While most would agree that psychology in itself is a valuable tool, and that some personality assessment using select forms psychological astrology can be beneficial, psychology's dominance of today's astrological methods and the rejection of the original forms and usages ultimately work against the science. 

Psychological astrology, involving a time and again frivolous and distorted approach to the science, is the type of astrology most people are familiar with today since it's the basis of the vast majority of mainstream astrology books, web sites, magazine articles, and newspaper horoscopes. It is understandable why a skeptic would say they "...don't believe in astrology," if they have only been exposed to modern astrology. 

Pertaining to astrology and personality analysis, modern, psychologically-based Western astrology is far less exact than other forms of personality analysis in accurately discerning differences between twins and people who were born within a few minutes of each other in the same area. 

Although modern psychologically-based Western astrology can be a useful tool for generalized personality analysis, it is best used in conjunction with other systems to assure a reasonable level of precision. 

It should be noted that a thorough handwriting analysis done by a well-trained professional provides a great deal of insight about subconscious character, much of which can't be found through modern, psychological astrology. 

 
 
Astrology and Twins
There's a popular modern astrological theory that twins divide up their horoscope charts and that one chooses some of the energy and the other twin acts out the rest of the energy symbolized by the charts. It's an engaging theory, but as a twin and having studied twins, I feel it's erroneous.

While I find modern astrological methods useful to a point, the lack of significant astrological differences in the charts of those born within minutes of each other in the same general location represents a significant flaw of the science.

In contrast, ancient Egyptian, Greek, and Arabic astrological methods offer far more accuracy than modern astrology in most ways, especially relating to prediction of personal life events and circumstances.

Notwithstanding, I fully acknowledge that it is possible for a practitioner who has strong psychic ability and a good, general understanding of basic modern astrology to successfully use its methods exclusively as psychic touchstones. But very few have this talent where they can get consistent, accurate reads without using other methods involving a comprehensive approach.

 
 
Fate and Astrology
19th century and later astrological methods mostly include distortions of ancient astrological tradition; that of objective, empirically-based prediction, in favor of New Age thought involving "progression of consciousness" and other vague psycho-spiritual concepts. 

The natal charts are not outlines of the subject's awareness, for example. The modern movement away from distinct matters in the charts in favor of skewed impressions involving the psyche has only complicated the process of delineation and prediction. 

The art and science of astrological (and numerological) prediction is actually criticized by many modern astrologers today, in favor of outlining "only potentials," which they mistakenly claim can be reversed to the advantage of the subject. 

Some might say the real reason astrological prediction is out of favor today is because it demands a realistic consideration of the cold, hard realities of life and that it takes a good amount of time and discipline to achieve consistent levels of high accuracy; successfully outlining fate through astrology takes practice. 

Perhaps much easier (and more profitable in many cases) is to deny ancient astrological tradition and instead take a creative, subjective, psychological approach. 

Some popular modern astrologers even go so far as to offensively suggest escapism, wishful thinking, self-fulfilling prophesies, and a failure to take responsibility for one's actions and life in response to the idea that some astrologers and numerologists (like me) say it's possible to measure and outline personal fate (i.e., impart the general inclination of fate, and frequently, even precise future circumstances and events). Worse, they deny that fate exists, and also deny the reality that varying degrees of unavoidable adversity (which is also measurable) in people's lives serves a divine purpose. 

It's ironic how fully embracing the concepts of personal karma and fate is directly related to taking responsibility for one's actions and that much of the modern astrology found today offers mainly an escape from the brutal realities of life. 

In order to acknowledge predestination, or see fate in action through astrology, one must consistently, impartially scrutinize life circumstances and events in accordance with comprehensive charting methods. Yet many who deny the concept of fated life events and circumstances avoid this practice. 

Claiming a belief in the fictitious ideal that the world is now a place where "consciousness is progressing more rapidly, therefore you can shape your fate any way you want" and that "anything is possible" isn't an excuse to deny the concept of personal fated life events and circumstances. 

Asserting the astrology charts hold personal destiny and, at the same time, denying fate is a common modern error. Destiny doesn't mean that, for example, if your charts reflect excessive turmoil associated with multiple lovers, that you can simply identify it and then "integrate" the energy, the fated circumstances, so that you can then live happily ever after in a life-long monogamous relationship. That's not effective assimilation and it doesn't rid one's self of that which you can't change; it is self-deception. 

Does the philosophy of predestination negate the concept of free will? Absolutely not; you apply your free will to manifest your destiny. Simply taking the right action at the right time, whatever feels most "right," while centered and connected to your higher-self (instead of purely your personality or ego-self), aligns you with your destiny. People frequently do what feels right (for better or worse), and what feels right is aligned with their fate as seen in the charts; they are mysteriously unified. 

The charts show that there is no escape from what could be termed soul responsibilities: necessary personal experiences while incarnated on Earth. The good news is that there is relief through acceptance, forgiveness, detachment, and unconditional love. 

Once you see the constant repetition of astrological and numerological patterns entirely corresponding to circumstances in peoples' lives, it is easy to stop rejecting the concept of fate. 

In doing so, you'll align your thinking with that of well-regarded ancient mystics and seers. They were convinced that fate cannot be cheated and that life is just one sentence in the text of earthly incarnations.

 
 
Numerology
Other-dimensional forces beyond human comprehension serve to automatically synchronize one's birth data with one's timing and personality (each mirrors the other), as symbolized by the numerology aspects that comprise the patterns that are the basis for delineation and prediction.

Accuracy in numerology has always been due to a combination of the soundness of empirically-based numerology calculations, a mystifying link to legal birth names and the prevailing calendar of the day, along with the precision of that calendar in relation to cyclical earthly occurrences (e.g., the solar cycle).

Over time, rock-solid faith is gained in comprehensive numerological charting methods delineating personality and outlining fate, especially when the long-term, objective findings parallel those of comprehensive astrological charting methods. The same holds true for comprehensive astrology in relation to numerology.

Click here for easy to use Numerology Decoder Software. Numerology Decoder Software is based on basic modern numerology, which is one of the more easily conveyed forms of number mysticism. Collectively, other forms of number symbolism, including select ancient and modern Western and non-Western forms (e.g., Hindu, Chaldean, Phonetic, Hebraic, etc.), offer far more insight. Even so, basic modern numerology is a good starting point.

An example of rhythmic, predictable cycles symbolizing peak or turning points is the 19 year Metonic cycle mentioned below. Read this article for an introduction to cyclical timing analysis.

Cyclical Analysis, Scott Petullo and Stephen Petullo

(excerpt)

"…The Romans, under Julius Cesar, influenced by the astronomer Sisogenes of Alexandria Egypt, recognized the sophisticated astronomical skills of the Egyptians and adopted the Egyptian star (Sirius) calendar around 50 BC, and added one day to the calendar every four years (leap year) to adapt to the solar cycle. They abandoned their lunar calendar and the Julian calendar, forerunner to our modern Gregorian calendar, was born.

"An aside, a Metonic cycle (invented by the 5th century BC Greek astronomer Meton) is 6940 days including 235 lunar months comprising almost exactly 19 solar years. The 19-year cycle is significant as every 19 years the Moon and the Sun are aspected identically, on the same day of the year (the Metonic cycle's error rate is about 12 hours every 109.5 years: 19 tropical years = 6939.602 days and 235 synodic months = 6939.688 days).

"A Callippic cycle (presented in 4th century BC by the Greek astronomer Callippus) is a 76-year cycle equivalent to four Metonic cycles, less one day. It's a modification of the Metonic cycle. These cycles, widely used by ancient Egyptian and other astronomers before the Alexandrian calendar reform (under Julius Cesar), are important for sequential functions, and are superb cyclical timing considerations that can be used to outline fated life circumstances.

"It's interesting that the Julian calendar's implementation took place in year 1 of a Metonic cycle, 19 years from a complete 76-year Callipic cycle, which suggests that the designers of the calendar were heavily influenced by the standards of the mathematical precision of the Metonic and Callippic cycles…”
(Full article here)