Kavanaugh-accuser Christine Blasey Ford’s handwriting

Graphology is the science of analyzing handwriting for personality traits, which has been around since the days of Aristotle. Today, it’s used for a variety of purposes, from criminal investigations to employers using it to screen potential employees.

Master graphologist Kathi McKnight told Business Insider that “Just from analyzing your handwriting, experts can find over 5,000 personality traits.”

Are you a graphologist or handwriting analyst?

If so, please examine the sample below of Christine Blasey Ford’s handwriting of August 7, 2018, and give us your informed analysis. Thank you.

Source: ScribD

Below is a cropped and enlarged version of her handwriting (I painted the red circles and arrow):

I’m not a professional graphologist. Based on what graphologists say, and my intuitive sense, here are my impressions of Ford’s handwriting:

  • The handwriting strikes me as chaotic, messy and childish, instead of that of a mature, 52-year-old professional woman, who will be 53 years old on November 28.
  • Her t’s with low cross-bars indicate emotional insecurities and a lack of ambition and lofty goals.
  • She often does not dot her i’s, which “denotes distraction, oversight, lack of attention, tendency to get distracted or forget obligations, lack of critical sense, lack of interest, apathy, lack of order, precision and exactitude,” thinking not based in objective conclusions, but wanders and “gives into receptiveness, indolence, negligence, laziness.” (Handwriting & Graphology)
  • How odd it is that the words in her account are upright, which graphologists say indicates a person who is pragmatic and ruled by logic instead of emotion, but her signature is slanted to the right.
  • She uses her maiden name Blasey, instead of her married name Ford.
  • Her signature mis-spells “Christine” as “Christi” and “Blasey” as “Blasy”.
  • The number zero (0) in “2018” is most peculiar: a little zero inside the zero. Graphologists say that inner loops (or circles) inside the letters “o” and “a” signify lying, dishonesty and secrecy.

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MarkyMark
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MarkyMark

I’m no graphologist, but I’ve seen better writing from FIFTH graders; I’m serious! This woman is supposed to be a mature 53 year old adult? Really?

YouKnowWho
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YouKnowWho

While my writing may leave much to be desired and I’m no expert by any stretch, I find it interesting that even before I read the rest of the article my first thought was ‘chaotic’. Not to mention “This woman is supposed to be a mature 53 year old adult?” With a PhD? Why is it on lined paper? Not printed from her laptop? No letterhead? No To: line? In the 80s? Which 80? You were almost raped and you can’t remember where or when? But you can suddenly after 36 years remember who it was? I can only pray… Read more »

Maryaha
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Maryaha

She has the handwriting of a serial killer.?

What is going on here?

Lophatt
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Lophatt

As an obvious layman, I agree with your analysis. I’d say, if I didn’t know better, that an eight-year-old had written it. It looks like someone who isn’t comfortable with cursive.

How does one misspell one’s name? Her published writings are scholarly and mature. No one would write a Senator with something like this. I suppose if they sent a lawyer or someone to ask for this she may have complied, but even in a police station under questioning it wouldn’t pass for a confession.

Leeann Springer
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Leeann Springer

I have been into Handwriting Analysis and Document Examination for 28 years. I’m also certified. Before anyone says it’s a bunch of bologna, it is not. The FBI and CIA have complete departments dedicated to this physical science. I worked for 3 private practice doctors, who also used HA in determining depression, dementia and suicidal ideations in patients. It was also utilized to analyze addictions. I’ve rendered hundreds of free HA to total strangers, in that, I knew nothing of them personally. Without writing a complete book, I’ve analyzed Christine Ford’s writing. She is a combination of “writer/printer” which some… Read more »

Lana
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Lana

I found it interesting that she chose not to type and sign her letter. What college educated professional would hand write instead of typing a letter when it is considered a business communication or a serious matter? This in itself seems to corroborate Leann’s assessment of her personality. As for Feinstein’s declaration that she nor anyone in her office leaked the letter, that only leaves Ford or one of her friends. I have a hard time believing any friend would leak the letter when Ford supposedly wanted to remain anonymous unless it was all agreed upon in the beginning that… Read more »

Dan
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Dan

Her bizarrely illiterate diction and composition skills, as well as using the childlike timeline construction of the compound sentence, strongly suggest there’s something very wrong with her. I’d also say the fake little girl voice expresses her desire to appear virginal and innocent of something that’s torn on her conscience, most likely her own lusty, teenage sexual promiscuity having nothing at all to do with Judge Kavanaugh.

greenworxx
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greenworxx

I watched her hearing on TV today. She is not emotionally stable. She is being used by the LEFT as their useful idiot. Ford is a FLAKE!

Tulan Zuya
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Tulan Zuya

My father was a certified graphologist, one of the first few who took Bunker’s course way back when, while he worked for such happy organizations as Burroughs/Litton, GE and Honeywell (spooky, but what did we kids know). Thank you for that blast from the past Ms. Springer! I did take the course too from his original materials, once when I was 12 and again as a young adult, but never pursued certification. I’ve just collected books on HA, both graphology and graphoanalysis my whole life and used the information to great advantage in personal and professional life. So, not a… Read more »

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Gregory J Cook
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Gregory J Cook

I searched the web and only found this blog on handwriting analysis. It seemed obvious that this should have been explored in detail. My impression from the testimony was that I was surprised at the little girl talk while she read her statement. That changed when she was questioned. The biggest impression was that she did not seem to be deceptive at all in answering the questions. HA analysis was very interesting. I come away with the thought that she was assaulted at some time in her past but of course the searing question is when, where, and by whom?

J Smith
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J Smith

I immediately thought of her handwriting and demeanor while watching her testimony. I also noticed a nervous laugh when speaking about the two doors at her home. She mentioned Google employees coming over and using the doors. I can’t find anything on the internet about that. Thanks for posting the HA
I prefer to type letters of importance.

Debrah
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Debrah

I have decades of experience working with sex offenders, young child victims and adult women who were sexually victimized at some point in their lives. “Dr. Ford” was profoundly deceptive, in my opinion. The voice, the coy little sweet smiling child ploy, the provision of contradictory information, the helpless and perplexed persona, the chronically raised eyebrows, the pretend crying with no tears, and the constant references to the anxiety and stress of it all…..like a car salesman trying to convince a buyer……….it all reeked of deception and manipulation. She could fool many, but not people who know the game.

DrRJP
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DrRJP

I was a counseling psychologist in the early 1970s working in a mental health center for adolescents and children. One thing I learned about young teenage girls is how adept they were at deceiving adults and manipulating emotions. What I saw in Ford’s testimony reminded me of a disturbed teenage girl who was a client of mine. She made up a story about her father sexually abusing her that she successfully convinced her teachers, guidance counselors and fellow students that it had happened. The thing that struck me was her lack of specificity in what her father had actually done… Read more »

Marko
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Marko

My wife is an optician and said she would be very surprised to see pictures of Dr. Ford wearing those glasses outside of the current publicity. Grossly large for her face, she said they probably procured them for the purpose of making her look smaller and more vulnerable – along with the voice affectation.
Think Lily Tomlin as Edith Ann.

Julia
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Julia

As someone who considered becoming a research psychologist, I can tell you why she uses her maiden name to publish articles. It’s very calculating and pragmatic of her. The reason is that academia chews up and spits out marriages. Those who value their research more than they value their spouse will use their maiden names to publish. This eliminates the problem of having research under two different names if you divorce (and 70% of academics do, at least once).

Kerry E. Sullivan
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Kerry E. Sullivan

The following is my analysis of Christine Blasey Ford’s handwritten letter. I will be using HANDWRITING ANALYSIS, PUTTING IT TO WORK FOR YOU by Andrea McNichol (Consulted by the FBI, the U.S. Department of Justice, Scotland Yard, the U.S. Department of Defense, and Fortune 500 companies) 1. Unstable slant– Unstable person. Unpredicatable, nervous, erratic, undisciplined, excitable, fickle, capricious, lacking in good judgement and common sense. Pulled in all directions. 2. Uneven spacing– Sometimes uneven spacing is a result of the writer’s struggling with what she is writing. When you know exactly what you are going to write, your writing is… Read more »

kerry sullivan
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kerry sullivan

You are welcome, Dr.Eowyn. I consider it to be a topic of the utmost concern. Until I did the analysis, I was conflicted about Ford; confused by her body language. Once I completed the study of her writing, it became crystal clear that she is imbalanced, untrustworthy, and antisocial. Kavanaugh should not be refused a seat on the Court simply by this over- bloated media circus. P.S.
I should have included the fact that all parts of this analysis are quoted from Andrea McNichol’s book. None of the writing is my own, only the analysis.

Bobs your uncle
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Bobs your uncle

Great comments/analysis, after reading them I realized we don’t know thats her handwriting even tho she said under oath it was. The profile you describe doesn’t fit her all that well, it does fit her fbi girlfriend perfectly and would account for misspelled name, etc.