Thanks for the input!!
If you look at my previous posts I did mention down is negative.
Look at Ted's loops below the "baseline"!!
His lowercase y's and loops that fall below, sometimes even fall below the writing of the line under it!!
Huge negative baggage.
Interesting, very interesting.
Also the consistant way it rises higher as a whole, also indicates a godlike status, as though he reserves the right to judge others with the pain
he's endured or put himself through.
I'm sorry I can't remember the name of the book, but in the late eighties I read a book that used Abraham Lincoln's handwriting.
You could see reflections of his physical problems in his handwriting.
You could see how his handwriting changed from his lawyer days in Illinois to his presidency, to the civil war, to his son dying, to his wife being
accused as a spy ......
My point is you can literally see the differences he made with his signature and handwriting throughout life changing events in his life. It was a
I had an uncle that used to do this for the government, and it was his stories that got me interested in the study.
There are different methods, and different interpretations, and it is not always 100 % correct, but my personal experiences tell me the odds are good
that I'm seldom far off center. Although, I do make some mistakes.
Sometimes when a person's parents break up when they are still 5 years or less, and they are now in their late teens or older, the last name does not
have a visible break in it. Sometimes the pen has been lifted, then put back down, but superimposed over the previous digit. And, sometimes it just
carries through, uninterupted, but pressure variences.
At any rate, these contributions are great!
I have an affinity for learning about such things, and you guys are definatley contributing. Thanks.