As Graphologists claim and provide valid explanations for it, the person’s handwriting can be regarded also as the brain writing, since the organ in question is known to be the commander of both the physical and mental processes and activities that take place in our bodies. The function of writing is twofold. Namely, it mirrors one’s personality on one hand, and on the other, it echoes specific aberrations in one’s physiology as well.
In addition, what has been already universally accepted in the world of medicine is that, in the course of cancer progression, there also occur specific neuromuscular disturbances that directly affect coordination. Given the fact that handwriting is regarded as a vital constituent when it comes to the tracing of neuromuscular coordination, those subtle and invisible-to-the-eye handwriting stroke properties transform into a quite essential manner, the technique that provides vital help in the examination of our neuromuscular development.
Pioneers and pioneering
Regarded as the pioneer and the founder of the hypothesis in question is Alfred Kanter. He is considered to be the one who paved the way and set the grounds for the graphological neuromuscular test, which was employed for the purpose of discovering those people, i.e. entire groups of people who were at high risk of developing any form of cancer. The test itself was astonishing for it had a staggering 84% accuracy rate, when it came to pin pointing a specific illness by way of one’s handwriting.
The testing technique revealed
The Kanfer test itself, and this is extremely important to bear in mind, does not determine either the presence or the absence of the cancer. However, what it does is provides the account of a specific factor that lies at the bottom of the cancer and is thus in direct relation to the cancer itself. By discovering the underlying cause of cancer more effective and timely steps can be taken in order to avoid its further progression.
For those who are still, more or less, skeptical about this technique, it should be emphasized that such medical institutions as the Hospital for Joint Diseases in New York, the Preventive Medicine Institute-Strang Clinic in New York, as well as the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company and the American Cancer Society were the ones who backed up (both financially and materially) this entire lifework of Kanfer’s.
Technique in practice
What have graphologists discovered is that the existence of particular breaks in writing, as well as minor interruptions in the up and down stroke (specifically in those letters that contain loops) tend to be indicators of a heart disease. Thus the break in question is referred to as the “heart tick”. In this manner, numerous different illnesses can be pin pointed, cancer as well, which allows a timely intervention that will most certainly enable a person in question to avoid further cancer related complications.