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THE value of Psychologic physiognomy as an exponent of the un-expressed and otherwise unknown capabilities, characteristics and powers of mentality is daily gaining in the estimation of intelligent men. The business man realizes more keenly the advantage of knowing at a glance the strongest and weakest factors in the mentality of those with whom he deals. Parents find from experience that the subtle natures of their children are hidden, except as they appear at unexpected moments and in unforeseen ways that much remains concealed; that, much time and money is often wasted where a study of their children's faces would have revealed the natural trend of power and desire. Equally true is it that discord and unhappiness continually disturb marriage ties and home life, simply because the husband and wife fail to realize the fundamental characteristics of the other's nature; fail even to sense the full force of their own intentions and impulses. Psychologic physiognomy is the only art by which all the powers of the Intellect, Affections, and the Will can be thoroughly and accurately measured. It is a natural and practical art with a scientific foundation—psychology, physiology and anatomy. It is a normal prophetic art—measuring both the active and dormant powers of the brain. Each mental faculty has a direct influence upon one or more parts of the face, hand and body. The stronger the mental faculty is, the more intense, constant and marked will its force be upon the parts governed, consequently the larger its signs will be in proportion to the signs of the weaker faculties of the same mentality. After a moderate amount of study the ability to interpret inner powers and tendencies develops by observation. The discernment of the size and power and proportion of psychologic faculties increases with practical !if.. As the signs of the faculties are now clearly located in the face—in fact, registered throughout the whole body—there is no longer need of the old haphazard methods that had invested physiognomy with overlapping contradictions and misleading generalizations.