|Idenity Theft-Part Trois
||[Jun. 4th, 2005|11:37 pm]
A Cliché Tale
|||||A nightengale sang in Berkley Square||]|
Mason and Ezra's Handwriting: Unveiled! Let me just say this, eerie results. Like UBER eerie.
For a graphologist, the spacing on the page reflects the writer's attitude toward their own world and relationship to things in his or her own space. If the inputted data was correct Mason has no white space or margins on a typical sheet of paper. Mason fills up every last inch on the top, right, left, and bottom. Hmmm. If this is true, then Mason has a very aggressive personality toward others and quite frankly lacks a bit of respect for the space and property of other people. I would be surprised if Mason just comes into someone's home and helps himself to a drink in the refrigerator. This can be both an obnoxious personality trait and it can be assertive and effective in getting what you want. There isn't much fear of getting in trouble here, Mason finds plenty of reasons to break the rules and get in trouble. (Okay, perhaps when he was younger, not anymore?) Basically, people with no margins are a handful.
Mason is very self-sufficient. He is trying not to need anyone. He is capable of making it on his own. He probably wants and enjoys people, but he doesn't "need" them. He can be a loner.
Mason has a temper. He uses this as a defense mechanism when he doesn't understand how to handle a situation. Temper is a hostile trait used to protect the ego. Temper can be a negative personality trait in the eyes of those around him.
One way Mason punishes himself is self directed sarcasm. He is a very sarcastic person. Often this sarcasm and "sharp tongued" behavior is directed at himself.
Mason is capable of seeing far into the future. He plans two, three, even ten years in advance. Mason has high goals and can literally see them being reached. He is very self-confident and has a high self-esteem. Mason will reach whatever level of success he desires. Mason has the self-concept that is possessed by less than two percent of the population. That two percent contains the most successful people in the world. When a person has a high self-esteem, he frees himself to achieve an unlimited world of success. Mason has achieved this frame of mind. Congratulations. He has the self-confidence to take great risk, thus reaping the rewards. If he does fail, it doesn't break his confidence. He knows he can do it! In retrospect of our research, this trait is one of the most desirable to possess, because it releases the writer to achieve his full potential. We recommend everyone raise their self-esteem to this level.
Because Mason has sharp needle pointed 'm' and 'n' humps, he has a very sharp mind. He instantly sizes up situations, making instant decisions. He thinks and evaluates circumstances very rapidly. Many people with this type of mind are geniuses, thus he may be seen as highly intelligent. Mason is often irritated by slow talkers or slow thinkers. If he drives, he gets irritated by slow drivers in the fast lane. He quickly becomes bored when being taught on the level of the slowest student in class. He may be on problem number three when the rest of the class is on problem one. Mason is curious and very active. In fact, in school he might have been a trouble maker because he thought so much faster than the other kids, he finished his work first, thus having plenty of time on his hands to make trouble!
Diplomacy is one of Mason's best attributes. He has the ability to say what others want to hear. He can have tact with others. He has the ability to state things in such a way as to not offend someone else. Mason can disagree without being disagreeable.
Mason will be candid and direct when expressing his opinion. He will tell them what he thinks if they ask for it, whether they like it or not. So, if they don't really want his opinion, don't ask for it!
Mason will demand respect and will expect others to treat him with honor and dignity. Mason believes in his ideas and will expect other people to also respect them. He has a lot of pride.
Mace has difficulty making decisions. His mind changes constantly. He lives in an emotional tug of war. Mace could be described like a thermometer. Today warm and friendly, yet tomorrow he may be distant and cold, not wanting to be close to anyone. Some research indicates that people with a severe variety in the slant of their handwriting have an inability to tolerate sugar and are suffering the side-effects of too much sugar in their diet. If moods swings are a reoccurring issue, investigate the diet. If Mace encounters a situation he cannot handle he frequently pulls into himself. He feels his emotions are secure if he is withdrawn. When he has solved the problem he can be very outgoing and again need other people's companionship. Some see Mace as very moody, but it it would be more accurate to say he has two complete personalities that he chooses depending on the circumstance. This type of person is often hard to understand because no one knows what personality he is exhibiting today. He may not be bothered by something one minute, then the next minute become upset at the same thing. It is very difficult to pin down Mace's emotional expressiveness.
People that write their letters in an average height and average size are moderate in their ability to interact socially. According to the data input, Mason doesn't write too large or too small, indicating a balanced ability to be social and interact with others.
Mason has a desire for attention. People around Mason will notice this need. He may fulfill this need by a variety of ways depending on his own character.
For a graphologist, the spacing on the page reflects the writer's attitude toward their own world and relationship to things in his or her own space. If the inputted data was correct Ezra has left lots of white space on the right side of the paper. Ezra fills up the rest of the page in a normal fashion. If this is true, then Ezra has an unhealthy relationship to the past and has a fear of moving forward. The right side of the page represents the future and Ezra seems unwilling to face the fear of getting started living now and planning for the future. Ezra seems to be clinging to past events and spending lots of time thinking about what happened. It would be best to leave the past behind and move on. Stop crowding that left margin.
Ezra is constantly disappointed when trying to reach success. He works very hard, perhaps harder than most, then just before succeeding, something happens that keeps him from success. Often, Ezra changes to a second project just before the first one is finished, thus failing to complete the first project. Sometimes he changes because he feels he needs a different challenge. Ezra feels dejected. This feeling relates to his failures. This trait is very important in a working situation and in a relationship. He must be handled in a very special way to get the most work from him or to make a relationship last. Concerning this trait, personality modification is available to change his life.
Ezra's true self-image is unreasonably low. Someone once told Ezra that he wasn't a great and beautiful person, and he believed them. Ezra also has a fear that he might fail if he takes large risks. Therefore he resists setting his goals too high, risking failure. He doesn't have the internal confidence that frees him to take risks and chance failure. Ezra is capable of accomplishing much more than he is presently achieving. All this relates to his self-esteem. Ezra's self-concept is artificially low. Ezra will stay in a bad situation much too long... why? Because he is afraid that if he makes a change, it might get worse. It is hard for Ezra to plan too far into the future. He kind of takes things on a day to day basis. He may tell you his dreams but he is living in today, with a fear of making a change. No matter how loud he speaks, look at his actions. This is perhaps the biggest single barrier to happiness people not believing in and loving themselves. Ezra is an example of someone living with a low self-image, because their innate self-confidence was broken.
Ezra is a cumulative and procedural thinker. He likes to have all the facts before making a decision. He thinks or creates much like a brick mason, stacking fact upon fact. His thought pattern or the conclusion will not be complete until the last fact is in place. Like that brick wall, Ezra learns faster through visual demonstration than through quick verbal instructions. Once he has learned new material, and understood it, he won't forget. Ezra is a methodical thinker, therefore he is able to build things and come up with new ideas. In an argument, he often loses to rapid thinking people because he is thinking thirty minutes later about what he should have said. These people often are very booksmart, but can be out-gunned in a rapid fire verbal debate. He may learn new ideas at a slower pace than other "less detailed" people, but once he gets it, he can handle repetition. Some people hate jobs with too much repetition, he can handle it better than most.
Ezra is secretive. He has secrets which he does not wish to share with others. He intentionally conceals things about himself. He has a private side that he intends to keep that way, especially concerning certain events in his past.
Ezra is sensitive to criticism about his ideas and philosophies. He will sometimes worry what people will think if he tells them what he believes in. This doesn't mean he won't talk, or that he feels ashamed. It merely means he is sensitive to what others think, regarding his beliefs.
People that write their letters in an average height and average size are moderate in their ability to interact socially. According to the data input, Ezra doesn't write too large or too small, indicating a balanced ability to be social and interact with others.
Ezra can be defiant. He sometimes has the attitude that if someone doesn't like it the way he is doing it, then they can just "go to hell!" This trait may reveal itself in a rebellious nature that is always ready to resist forces which he thinks are infringing upon his freedom of action.
Most people with a severe leftward slant have some type of childhood trauma they have yet to work through. Since we didn’t actually “see the writing”, we can’t tell if he actually has a hard left emotional slant, but if so… he has issues with trust and it is likely rooted in childhood. Ezra has withdrawn into himself. He is reserved and shows his feelings only at times of great anger, extreme passion, or tremendous stress. Ezra is an introvert. He makes decisions based on logic, therefore he is rarely impulsive. He doesn't find any need for expressing his emotions. In fact, he probably sees this emotional expression as an unnecessary waste of time. He has a hard time relating to an extreme extrovert, although it is common for him to be attracted to one. Many people do not understand Ezra; it is difficult for them to really know how Ezra feels. Ezra enjoys being alone, and probably prefers working alone. Working with his hands is a pleasure. Ezra's basic nature is to look out for himself first. Although he can and does feel emotions, perhaps as deeply as anyone, he just almost always harbors them inside. The first time someone angers Ezra, he probably will not say anything to that person at that time. However, he will mentally keep track of everything this person does wrong to him until he cannot hold his emotions inside any longer. Then; Boom! Ezra will cloud up and rain all over them. And he will never regret telling someone off, because he knew what he was saying the entire time. He won't impulsively tell someone off. Emotional stories will not sway Ezra. He thinks totally with judgment, first considering every situation by the effect it will have on him. Ezra needs space and time alone. He will be much more efficient if given a job alone, rather than being surrounded by people
According to the inputted data, Ezra has a stinger shape inside the oval of his a, d, or c. This might be hard to visualize, but if this little hooklike shape is present, then Ezra has an unresolved "issue" with strong members of the preferred gender. An occasional appearance of this stroke could indicate a simple "loves a mental challenge" which can manifest in playful linguistic conversations and being attracted to a lover who isn't always available. However, if the stroke is severe, this means the individual has unresolved anger at the preferred gender - which usually started with the person's childhood relationship with the gender parent (Mom or Dad). If the writer is a woman she will be attracted to strong challenging lovers. If the writer is a man, he will find the lover who is "hard to get" the most attractive. In a nutshell, people with stingers in their writing tend to have challenges in their romantic relationships.