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Self-Eval of your handwriting
Creating your personalized report
Have you ever wondered what other people might be able to see in your handwriting?    

Reasonable curiosity, to be sure: People indeed can see some interesting things about you looking at your handwriting. Certainly a program like this is no substitute for one of us personally examining your handwriting, but it's a place to start.

Let this computer verson at least break the ice for you, and then you can send in your sample and we'll do a "real" analysis for you if you like. As automated HW Reading programs go, this one's quick and fairly accurate, (though still nothing like a human detailed read.)

Nonetheless, a couple things to bear in mind:

A )   An automated handwriting analysis is only as good as its data... So be mindful when you're punching choices; it can make a difference.

B )   Try not to think too hard about it; if you don't get it right the first time you can always click "Back" and try again.

C )   If you like the concept of this interesting little sample format to use to learn about other folks' handwriting, then:   Learn more! Check out the new book, The Hand Behind The Word, a step-by-step intriguing intro to this "JAQS" form of Handwriting Analysis.

How it works:
          You'll be asked several questions about different aspects of your handwriting (or the handwriting you're looking at) and you will be asked to choose ONE answer from the list of possible answers.
          Then, putting it all together from the answers you give, we'll print you out a report which reflects a rudimentary read for the particular traits you said you found there in your hand (handwriting.) But be mindful that there's always apt to be a bit of a catch here which you may want to be aware of...
Because we're relying on you to be the EYES of the program here, and what YOU may consider a truly left-leaning hand may not to an analyst look so much left-leaning as you think. Or when asked to evaluate the space in the left margin, if you make a different call than someone else, then you might get a different answer.
          Enough on the pre-cursors... Let's get on into it. Click on on the button / space which best applies to what you see in your handwriting sample you're working from:

      To most effectively use this system, please review the Standard Format we request for a sample, and/or some of the Examples and then write out a sample in that format to use to answer the following questions.
      While you're trying to answer these questions about your handwriting, if you're uncertain of what some of the TERMS mean, then many of them are indexed by clicking on the term you don't understand.
So... then look at your Handwriting now, and choose:

First, let's just look at the Signature here now:
  • Size of signature compared to the rest of your HW?
    (Usually we look at the initial capital letters of your names to best make this size determination.)
    | Tiny < ===== | Generally Same | =======> HUGE|
    Small   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |    HUGE
    Or: Varies   |

  • Slope of signature on its baseline
    | WayDown < ===== | Level | =======> Way Up|
    Down  |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   | Up
    Or: | Varies a bit   | Varies a LOT!   |

  • Slant (leaning of the signature)
    | Way Left < ===== | Straight | =======> Way Right|
    L  |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   | R
    Printed Name
    Take a close look at the Style of writing your PRINTED NAME and Signature. Are they
    | Very Different < ===== | Similar | =======> Almost Identical|
    Different   |   |   |   |   |   |   Identical

    Ok. That above was for the Signature and Printed name; now the other parts of the HW:
    General Hand... Paragraph of your choice:
  • Slope of general HW, compared to base
    | WayDown < ===== | Level | =======> Way Up|
    Down  |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   | Up
    Or: Varies Slightly   | Varies LOTS!   |

  • Slant (leaning of the handwriting in general)
    | Way Left < ===== | Straight | =======> Way Right|
    L  |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |R
    or |Varies Slightly | Varies WILDLY! |

  • Roundness / Sharpness
    (Curved/Rounded and Angular/Sharp strokes in your handwriting.)
    | Curved / Round <======== | Balanced | =========> Angular / Sharp
    Round |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   |   | Sharp
    or |Varies Slightly | Varies WILDLY! |
  • Cursive / Manuscript (Writing / Printing)
    Take a look at how you wrote the paragraph there. Some people write cursively so neat it might as well be what we saw in school above the blackboard there... and some people mix CURSIVE and MANUSCRIPT (WRITING and PRINTING) and some write almost totally in PRINTING (and sometimes even all in all CAPS.) What does yours look like overall?
    (from Total Cursive to Total Printing )
    | Cursive (Writing) <======== | Balanced | =========> Manuscript (Printing)
    Cursive |   |   |   |   |   |   | Printing|
      or   Printing, mostly CAPS  | Printing, nearly ALL CAPS|
One last thing: Handwriting is completely different from Astrology, and yet
there are some common traits in handwriting which parallel certain other
common references in Astrology & Astrological Studies.
Would you like to be informed of Astrological Parallels in your hand?

Suitable for printing out, what name would you like displayed at the top of this report?
Whose HW?   Name:
Optional: Your Email:


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