Friday, August 26, 2011

Jacob Zuma's Signature - What it means.


Colin Dovey - August 26, 2011 at 10:05

Everybody has their own take on Zuma - but as a Handwriting expert, I have analysed his signature (I have nothing else to go on) Here it is, and you can all make your OWN conclusions - it is NOT biased in ANY way:

JacoB G. Zuma , it was signed like that, WITH the capital "B" as well

Based on the sample, which is not enough for a FULL Analysis: The “B” separated shows somebody who does not finish what he starts. He is good at reaching out to people, but is basically insincere, and puts on a different face for each audience he meets with. He is NOT good leadership material, and is somewhat self-aggrandising. {Enhance the reputation of (someone) beyond what is justified by the facts} He has good communication ability, but can be a slippery customer when someone tries to pin him down on a particular issue. His appeal would be at a visceral {not intellectual} level, which has given him a sense of cunning which helps him to get out of sticky situations.

The “G” in this sample, stands significantly alone, almost isolated from
the other two “words” – and that shows that he often feels almost "alienated" from his tribal, or cultural roots, and perhaps all at sea in a “European” style cultural environment. The way that the “right angle” lintel is formed and the inward hook at the top shows that he would much rather be there, in his own little world, safe and secure.

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