ALETHEIA International 

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TECHNOPARK Zürich

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CH-8005 Zurich

Switzerland

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Direkt Approach AB

Fredriksgatan 40 

FI-00100 Helsinki

Finland

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Graphology and Signature Analyses

Graphology is a science of analyzing handwriting for personality traits, has been around since the days of Aristotle.

At ALETHEIA International, we provide graphology analysis for a variety of purposes at clients' request: 

  • For individual's personal analysis, to better understand and explore more about themselves

  • To better understand their relationship

  • To better understand their business associates

  • For employers' use to screen potential employees for compatibility or to discreetly evaluate current employees as part of corporate routine

  • To better understand and monitor their child’s personal development

  • In criminal cases to gain more clarity about the type of person law enforcement is against

  • To learn more about the personality of family’s passed members and explore more about family history background through old letters and documents

Signature Analysis

Every signature is unique.

A signature is one of the important elements of person’s identity. To date many of us have signed hundreds of times, thus when it comes to signing, we often do it automatically, as a mechanical act.

 

Signature is a stylized form of writing, which shows how a person wants to be perceived by the the world. It also reveals different traits of one's personality.

An important aspect to consider with the signature is how it compares with the rest of the  person's handwriting. Even though signatures tend to be slightly different (stylized), they still echo traits in the script. Any differences between the handwriting and the signature, shows a discrepancy between the person's view of their own character and how they expect to be regarded.