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A great thing about handwriting analysis is you can build a personality portrait from people who are no longer with us.
Andrew Barton (Banjo) Paterson ](17 February 1864 – 5 February 1941)
Nicknamed after his favourite horse “The Banjo”.
This analysis is performed from his handwritten poem “Waltzing Matilda” 1895.
Banjo Paterson was a highly emotional person whose moods went from the highest of highs, to the lowest of lows. Whilst being people based, he didn’t trust too many people and was quite cautious and selective when choosing close friends.
As displayed in the letter “T”, he had high goals, a good self esteem and enthusiasm. As noted in previous posts, these are always common traits in successful people. A T-bar that is high and long is a great assistance to a happy life. If yours are not like this, change them today!
Banjo was quite stubborn, had a lightning fast mind, and was highly analytical. He was a fluid thinker and could keep track of many things at once and would’ve been quite capable physically. This means sport, dancing or anything that requires good physical coordination.
When this poem was penned, he was quite.......
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