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2021 AHAF Conference Oct 15 & 23, 2021

Please join us for the 2021 AHAF Conference on Friday, October 15 and Saturday, October 23rd beginning at 9:00 AM Pacific.   For full details about the speakers and topics, click here: http://events.constantcontact.com/register/event?llr=hzmzjhnab&oeidk=a07...We have some amazing presenters and interesting topics lined up for you.

Tyrants and Temperament

The most accurate evaluation of a man's character--said the father of modern graphology--is a result of hate.  While love is blind to character defects, animosity gives x-ray vision of subtectonic cracks in an enemy's character from the motivation to defeat them (Klages, 1932, Science of Character). Like Napoleon Bonaparte, Donald J. Trump will eventually be usurped from his position of power by the force of popular demand.

Enola Holmes

Last week, a member of AHAF recommended Enola Holmes, a film currently available on Netflix. It is a fun, quirky movie about Sherlock Holmes' younger sister, Enola, who discovers her innate sleuthing skills through adventures of her own. What intrigued me most about the film was the quote from Sherlock Holmes stating, "There is rarely a case where handwriting doesn't tell me all I need to know." For all you fellow handwriting detectives—enjoy!

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