You like ‘Virgin Mary’ or ‘Sex on the Beach’?

BY VISHWAS HEATHCLIFF

First of all, please accept my apologies for not updating the blog for the past few weeks. I was busy purging my soul and learning an important lesson in my personal life, which entirely kept me off my hobby. Now, I’ll keep updating it at regular intervals.

Ok… This piece is on popular demand. Many people wanted me to write about this because I have not touched upon this subject so far. So, I promise you that this read is going to be fresh ’n’ new, lively, refreshing, stimulating, invigorating, revitalising… Ladies and gentlemen, this post is on sex, lies (read sex) and videotapes (I actually mean sex). Heheheheh!!! So dudes, please smile. Prudes, please walk a mile.

As a handwriting analyst, I frequently encounter few queries like these: Can graphology tell us about the sex drive of a person? Can the science also indicate how my partner will perform? Through graphology, is it possible to determine how sexually imaginative my partner is?

The answer is yes. In fact, my Calcutta-based graphology teacher Mr Mohan Bose once remarked: “Handwriting can also indicate how many partner one desires in one’s life. Kisko ek partner chahiye, kisko do chahiye, kisko teen, aur kisko jyada… it can be found out.”

Let’s hit the floor now (forgive the pun). The clues to an individual’s sex life lie in the loops of the lower zone of his handwriting (y, g & j). These three letters indicate how much sex an individual needs and how often he wants his physical desires met. The strokes in the lower-zone letters also reflect the degree of a writer’s sexual frustration — an upshot of the gap between the individual’s needs and their fulfilment.

A strong sex drive is shown by long and moderately wide lower loops that penetrate into the lower zone with heavy pen pressure (pic 1). Such a writer gets bored easily and needs a great deal of variety in life. The physical drives are strong and the person is sexually extremely imaginative. The width of the loop indicates the quantum of emotional involvement in sex.

On the other hand, if the lower zones are small or truncated and they lack pressure (pic 2), you have an individual who does not involve herself in too much physical activities including sex. Such people just detest physical exertion and show disinterest in sex because the act needs immense involvement at physical and emotional level.

Now, put together these two kinds of people in a marriage. What do you think will happen? There will be drought and famine in the bedroom and they will an award for being the occupants of the neatest and crispiest couch. Seriously speaking, the relationship will engender frustration in the partner who is more sexually demanding.

Two years ago, my friend Akash, who has a healthy sex drive, married a girl selected by his parents. Recently when I met him, I saw problem in the lower zone of his handwriting: the loops in his y’s and g’s were incomplete (pic 5). It indicated that he was facing problem in his sexual life. He confided in me that his wife, who is an extremely caring and lovely person, has not been able to fulfil his sexual needs.

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Hence, Mr Tom, Mr Dick and Mr Harry, if your favourite pastime is watching TV with packets of potato wafers and surfing internet (meaning physical laziness shown by small and weak lower zones), please don’t get involved with women who would always dream of “tearing you apart” in bed (strong sex drive). Or else, you’ll find yourself gasping all the time and spending half your salary on buying Red Bull.

By the way, what do you think will happen if both the partners’ lower zones look like the handwriting sample in pic 1? Ooh La La…

Incidentally, when graphologists do compatibility test between two individuals, the shape and size of the lower zones of handwriting are taken into account. (The other features of handwriting, which need to match for a perfect compatibility, include size, slant, pressure and zones. We’ll talk about them later.)

Between the two extremes, we have individuals whose sex drive is moderate and their physical energy is evenly allocated to other needs of life. Such a writer’s lower zones (y’s and g’s in pic 3) are controlled: they don’t go too deep and their loops are normal, as opposed to inflated. Such an individual has so much control that she or he can stay without sex even for weeks or have it even thrice a day! Such writers, if combined with other positive strokes in handwriting, can prove to be an excellent partner.

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Finally, we’ll talk about people who are all gas, but they frequently talk of their sexual exploits. Meet such a person in pic 4. They are the people who brag about themselves. But when it’s time to perform, they just go phis-phis. They like to be known as I-have-been-there-done-that guys. I call them I-will-come-soon guys. The inflated loops in their handwriting reflect excessive imagination, which leaves them with no energy to perform. By the way, they are the people who want more than one partner. They do that because though they are unsure of their ability to perform, they don’t want to accept the truth. And partner-hopping boosts their self-esteem and they feel good about it. And who does not want to feel good?

But before you begin to believe you have become super graphologist, let me warn you here: please DO NOT conclude about a person’s personal life just on the basis of one indicator in handwriting. An individual’s entire handwriting is taken into account before listing the traits. Therefore the disclaimer is: the strokes I have discussed above are indicative, not absolute.

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ANALYIS OF RAMESH’S HANDWRITING

Here I’m analysing the handwriting sample (pic 6) of one Ramesh who sent me the scanned copy of his handwriting via email. I won’t go into a detailed analysis here, but I would like to say that Ramesh is a highly impatient person who lives for the day. He does not foresee the consequences of his actions and tends fall into trouble more often than not. If doing something makes him feel good for the day, he will do it without caring what will happen after that. The reason is: he does not give a damn to what others think. Absolutely carefree and INDISCIPLINED. But that’s not to say that he is happy doing that. He is facing unhappy in both his professional and personal life. At professional level, he finds his future bleak, and at the personal level he is facing issues with his partner. Besides, he has not been able to forget a past relationship. Ramesh is too famous among his friends, but he feels he is not appreciated in his own family. Ramesh feels that when he was a child his parents (or the parent figure) did not support him emotionally. It’s possible that when he badly wanted to be around his parents, they were not around. I see in his writing that over the past few months, he has become quite irritable and loses his temper too fast.

POP A PEN KILLER

Ramesh, I must say that you ought to let bygones be bygones. Write “I will get going and have my way” on ruled paper for 30 days at a stretch. Keep a margin of one inch on your left and make sure your g’s and y’s don’t remain hanging: they should come all the up and their bottom should be soft and round (see pic 7). And let me know what changes you experienced. ALL THE BEST.

Do punch in your comments on this post and let me know how it could be improved. For suggestions, write to vishwas.heathcliff@gmail.com

6 thoughts on “You like ‘Virgin Mary’ or ‘Sex on the Beach’?

  1. Pingback: HONEY, WHY DO YOU FEAR? IT’S JUST A TEAR « Write Choice

  2. great articles… they are an interesting read and i believe the analysis also comes across credible…
    would like to read more
    regards
    rishi

  3. Pingback: Write Choice by Vishwas Heathcliff » Blog Archive » HONEY, WHY DO YOU FEAR? IT'S JUST A TEAR

  4. Pingback: Hon, why do you fear? It's just a tear | Write Choice

  5. I just have one question…
    My own y’s ‘tail’ isn’t a loop at all – it’s either straight, or when I’m writing messier, bends to the right in a hook. What does that mean?

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