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61. In Your Hand The Allusionist

“It’s sort of frozen body language; that’s what handwriting analysis is about.”
Since it caught on a couple of hundred years ago, graphology – analysing handwriting to deduce characteristics of the writer – has struggled to be taken seriously as a practice. But undoubtedly, there are things about ourselves that we can’t help but reveal in our handwriting. Graphologist Adam Brand explains the ‘pseudoscience/useful art’.
For more about this episode, visit http://theallusionist.org/graphology.
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“It’s sort of frozen body language; that’s what handwriting analysis is about.”
Since it caught on a couple of hundred years ago, graphology – analysing handwriting to deduce characteristics of the writer – has struggled to be taken seriously as a practice. But undoubtedly, there are things about ourselves that we can’t help but reveal in our handwriting. Graphologist Adam Brand explains the ‘pseudoscience/useful art’.
For more about this episode, visit http://theallusionist.org/graphology.
Come to see the live show at the London Podcast Festival in September; tickets are on sale now at http://kingsplace.co.uk/radiotopia.
Stay in touch at http://twitter.com/allusionistshow and http://facebook.com/allusionistshow.
The Allusionist is a proud member of Radiotopia from PRX, a collective of the best podcasts on the interwaves. Find all our podcasts at http://radiotopia.fm, and be a pal and tell us your thoughts about our shows in the annual listener survey: http://surveynerds.com/allusionist.

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