From the name Photographies, it is simply judging by facial expressions. And for the more profound meaning of the science of face reading, the reader can learn from my explanation in this book.
In ancient times, physiognomy had already attracted much attention, when it was only an empty art and not yet considered a true natural science. This discipline was revered and practised by Pythagoras and his disciples. Plato also once referred to this discipline. Aristotle is said to have written a treatise on the subject, and Diogenes introduced them into the Life of Aristotle”. The relationship between inner character and outer development was widely disseminated by sophistic philosophers, however, it cannot be well explained.
This is the mineral book in the history of phrenology, the classic of classics; the *best* way to gain insight into all the truths behind the complexities of human nature; it is as important to understand the face as it is that you will use your brain properly.
The way one looks determines how one feels and acts, and in a sense, influences one’s life; one’s body, brain and other features will then adapt to this choice of the person and echo accordingly, * ultimately forming and determining the person’s character.
Why do some people who are not aesthetically pleasing to look at win the acclaim of everyone?
Why is it that there are people who are obviously beautiful, but we hate them from the bottom of our hearts?
Why do some people make people feel affectionate, while others make people feel detached and wary?
It all stems from looks.
The answer to all this is in this book!
About the author:
Samuel R. Wells was a leading nineteenth-century American craniophotographer and former editor-in-chief of the journal Life and Craniophotography.
Born in West Hartford, Connecticut, USA, in April 1820, he died in New York in April 1875.
is the author of How to Interpret the Human Character, How to Keep a Relationship Between the Sexes, and Phrenology. In this book Samuel R. Wells has collected and drawn more than 1,000 faces of the world’s famous people from a thousand celebrities to help you read people, read people, use people, and gain insight into all the truths behind the complexities of life, where your face is as important as your brain.