Category Archives: * Face Reading

Reading the face for character, using Rose Rosetree’s system of Face Reading Secrets®.

If you want to learn how to read faces, Rose can help you discover the truth about people and, also, open your heart.

Tyler Joseph Face Reading

Tyler Joseph Face Reading
Tyler Joseph Face Reading. Note: The “Pilot” featured here is not from Tyler Joseph’s famous group.

Tyler Joseph Face Reading — woo-hoo! What can physiognomist Rose tell you about the lead singer of the wildly popular group Twenty One Pilots? Whom you can sample at the preceding link. Whereas here…

One more chance for you Blog-Buddies to discover The Power of Face Reading. And also get to stare at the cute face of a young performer. CONTINUE READING

Trevor Noah Face Reading

Trevor Noah Face Reading
Trevor Noah Face Reading. Warning: You may very well start staring at people’s (magnificent) ears.

Trevor Noah Face Reading? Definitely! He’s a winner.  (Along with SANDRA HAERING.) Winning our latest contest. The Face Reading Parade. To be technical, this is the first of three prizes. In each case, that prize is a face reading.

In Trevor’s case, think EAR, folks! Such ear talents that man has!

You see, I’ll be reading some fascinating ear characteristics on the popular TV talk show host and author of the memoir “Born a Crime.”

My advice? Watch any interview of his you can find. Charm and talent, wisdom and irreverence pour out of him. CONTINUE READING

ONEderful September 2017

ONEderful September 2017
ONEderful September 2017. Are you feeling joyful thrills of expectancy?

ONEderful September 2017 — it’s a great month to be alive. New treats for spiritual awakening and success await you here at this blog. (And one of those treats arrives here today, a new RES video.) CONTINUE READING

Face Reading JK Rowling

Face Reading JK Rowling
Face Reading JK Rowling. Can you even begin to imagine what it is like to be this extraordinary novelist?

Face Reading JK Rowling, what will impress you most? What kind of person is the author of the Harry Potter series? And do you share any face data with her? You just might!

Granted, she’s nominated for our latest Face Reading Contest .  Which goes through the end of this month.

But I couldn’t make myself wait. Before then, which non-contest nominee’s face was I going to read in the meanwhile?

Steve Bannon’s? So many Trumpians look as though they’re auditioning for the faculty of Slytherin.

Joy! This morning I wanted joy. And so let’s pursue an invitation to joy. Thanks to JNANA’s sweet nomination. At that aforementioned contest. CONTINUE READING

40-4-4 Book Sale. Celebrating 40,000 Comments

40-4-4 Book Sale
40-4-4 Book Sale. Starts today. Celebrating 40,000 comments here! Extended through Monday, August 14.

40-4-4 Wow! This is a unique book sale. Lasting just 4 days. My way of thanking you Blog-Buddies. Because today we’re passing 40,000 comments.

Note: Yesterday, Sunday, we had some problems with the discounted links. Now all are fixed, as of Monday at noon. So we’re extending the sale through tonight at midnight.

Doing our best! Thanks for bearing with us. Enjoy stocking up with these great intro-to-RES books.

40-4-4 Book Sale. What’s the Big Deal?

For 4 days only, Today (Thursday) + Friday + Saturday + Sunday – you can purchase 4 different RES books. As many copies of each as you like.

Buy books galore, at a unique, huge discount. 40% OFF the cover price. CONTINUE READING

Face Reading Parade. A Contest to Inspire.

Face Reading Parade
Face Reading Parade. May it inspire you.

Face Reading Parade. Every day, you and I march in a parade of faces. But meaning is lacking.

Not now, though. Our latest contest is meant to inspire you.

Just think of our most recent post, Face Reading Treat. Thank you, Jessica and Derek Simmons. Both the faces in our tale of everyday heroism… were perfect. How did these two people possess exactly the leadership needed?

Face reading their soul-level characteristics helped make it clear. CONTINUE READING

Face Reading Treat. Thank you, Jessica and Derek Simmons.

Face Reading Treat — that’s what you deserve today, Blog-Buddies. And you’re going to get one. In fact, you’ll get four.

As I use physiognomy skills to celebrate good Samaritans Jessica and Derek Simmons. (You’ll face no rip current, either. Although you might need a hankie.)

First, some backstory.

Eight swimmers nearly perished yesterday. Swimming at a Florida beach. Where there was no lifeguard. After a riptide pulled these unsuspecting body surfers into the waves. CONTINUE READING

Face Reading Fireworks… Complete our YouTube Party in 2016

Face Reading Fireworks! Let's complete our face reading party.
Face Reading Fireworks! Let’s complete our face reading party.

Let the face reading fireworks help to complete 2016, our year of huge spiritual awakening.

Because personal growth happened, you know, along with all the chaos.

In 2016, some of us even began to live The New Strong!

Face Reading Fireworks, Just The Right Kind of Explosion

You know how fireworks end with a whole bunch of Boom-Boom-Boom-Twinkle-Twinkles? CONTINUE READING

Face Reading Spike Lee. First Prize Diversity Contest.

Face Reading Spike Lee
Face Reading Spike Lee, a uniquely courageous filmmaker

Face reading Spike Lee is a kind of first for this blog. Today, for the first time, I’ll profile someone whose creativity specializes in anger.

It’s a righteous anger, I get that. Until I started preparing this face reading, the following thought never occurred to me:

I don’t think I’ve ever watched a movie or TV show or listened to music whose primary purpose included expressing anger. Neither justified anger, nor stored-up anger. Not random anger, and not even the special form of  rage and resentment that gets froze into Goth.

The closest I’ve come has been to watch something that transmuted anger or resentment into laughter. Such as political satire or Saturday Night Live-style spoofing.

How about you, Blog-Buddies? Who is the angriest singer or songwriter you’ve ever loved? Have you ever left a movie — whether Spike Lee’s or someone else’s — and concluded, “Exploring that rage, unfairness, and misery… really was important for me.”

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