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This paper is based upon the two following concepts of mental and psychological analysis Phrenology is the interpretation of the skull structure and helps establish a persons character and mental aptitude The chief belief maintained since the 18th century is that there are organs on the brains surface that help detect such traits Physiognomy is what interests us today It is the study of the features of the face to determine what kind of person one is In the 18th and 19th centuries it was used rather freely to see if people harbored criminal tendencies LEARNING TO READ FACES When we start to look at faces one of the first things we notice is that faces are not symmetrical This fact gives a tremendous insight into the changes in a persons life When reading a face one of the first thing I do is to mentally draw an imaginary line down the center from forehead to chin and notice all the differences between the left half and the right half of the face Remember it is not your left and right but the left and right of the person being read Everything counts including the differences in the lines eyebrows eyes the sides of the nose nostrils cheeks ears etc The more noticeable the difference the more significant the meaning It is scientific fact that the left half of our brain controls the right side of our body including everything on the right side of our face While at the same time the right half of our brain controls everything on the left side of our body including the left side of our face It does not make any difference if you are left or right-handed this is true regardless of dominance Left brain functions can be described as dividing the world into monads of data which we organize into logical sequences to predict an outcome Our left-brain is like our
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