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New Mystery Solving Face Reading Contest


In honor of “The NEW Power of Face Reading,” let’s go for a new contest. Here is how to enter our latest, the Mystery Solving Face Reading Contest.

But what sort of mystery could face reading solve?

How to Enter our Mystery Solving Face Reading Contest

How to enter our latest contest for a face reading of the newsmaker, athlete, or celebrity of your choice.

Since this is a face reading contest, your nominees needs to be at least 18 years of age at the time of the photo. And, of course, this being energetic literacy, I will read the contest winner at the time of this photo. Not for all time. Just for that time. 🙂

Enter with a comment about the nominee of your choice. To be considered a contest entry, your comment needs to include all the following:

  1. Supply the name of your candidate.
  2. Describe what that person is famous for, because not all of us know that famous person as well as you might.
  3. Name the mystery of special interest to you.
  4. Please supply a photo link to your nominee, a one-click type link. Please make that a photo clearly showing that person’s face from the front.
  5. Want to nominate more than one person? No problem. But make that a separate entry, with the four points noted here. Thanks!

Final date for entries to this Mystery Solving Face Reading Contest is February 25, 2013.

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  1. 1
    Curious As Ever says:

    1.Tim Ferriss
    2.Author of best-selling lifestyle books such as THE FOUR HOUR WORKWEEK
    3.Mystery: Why does he excite such a large following?


  2. 2
    Jordan says:

    Curious, that’s a great nomination. That guy is really interesting. I read the first half of the 4-Hour Workweek when it first came out. I found his lifestyle really inspiring.

    If I remember correctly, he has a very active blog. Here it is: “Experiments in Lifestyle Design.”

    I hadn’t visited for a long time, but after searching for the link, I’m sucked in, reading about calculating my Target Monthly Income!

    The article you linked to is hilarious, Curious. The last tip excerpted from his new book “The 4-Hour Chef” is about how to catch a pigeon in the park to take home and cook! Don’t worry, it’ll calm down once you get it in your pocket. HAhaha, no thanks!!!

  3. 3
    John Warner says:

    1. Richard III
    2. The remains of England’s King Richard III were uncovered in England. Richard III is famous for being an oppressive monarch who reported had relatives killed in order to gain the throne. He is the only English king to be killed in battle. There are claims that he was purposely slandered in history by the Tudors.
    3. The mystery is that they have reconstructed his face from his skull and are claiming that he has such an innocent face that he couldn’t have done all those bad things…

    It’s not clear there is enough detail but a high level reading could be interesting…

  4. 4
    Elaine says:

    John: I don’t believe a face reading could be done from anything reconstructed. Just like it couldn’t, I believe, be done from a painting. It has to be a picture taken real time with a camera or an in-person reading. Just as you couldn’t do a face reading from a painting. The artist is never going to get all the real nuances of a person’s face exactly right. I’m sure Rose will correct me if I’m mistaken.

  5. 5

    ELAINE, you are exactly right.

    JOHN WARNER, it’s great that you have entered a contest here for the first time. Just about anyone else you nominate will surely not have been moldering for centuries.;-)

    So please, find some alive — or, at least, photographed — for your next contest entry.

  6. 6
    Paige says:

    Hi Rose, I want to nominate Oprah Winfrey. I’ve noticed that she has two vertical lines running from each outer eye through her cheeks. It almost looks like her makeup is smeared. Also she is obviously one the most wealthy and influential women in the world. Mystery: How does she handle that power?

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  8. 8
    Paige says:

    Hi Rose, I also want to nominate Brian Williams from NBC nightly news and Rock Center. Mystery: How much does he love the limelight?? What about integrity??

    Also he has such an interesting face, his chin goes in one direction and his nose in the other. His crooked mouth. Way before I had knew anything about face reading I would notice his “crooked” face

  9. 9
    Paige says: Sorry Rose, please use this for Brian Williams, I goofed with the other address.

  10. 10

    PAIGE, these nominations and links are super. Thank you. 🙂

  11. 11
    Paige says:

    Thank you!

  12. 12
    Bridget says:

    I would like to nominate Prajna Ana. She is known for being an enlightened spritual healer. The mystery of special interest to me is her very long canine teeth. How her drive effects her ability and sincerity to heal. I saw her on Buddha at the Gas Pump. I found her vague and changed the subject when it came to her healing techniques and skills. She explained a lot about herself and her views, but very little as to what she actually does with a consumer. As a consumer, I became curious by the brief explaination of her skills coupled with her very long canine teeth – including her lower canines.

    The video shows her upper and lower teeth very well:

    Here is a picture from the internet:

  13. 13

    Fascinating, BRIDGET. Thanks.

  14. 14
    Elaine says:

    Rose, I’d like to nominate Daniel Day Lewis. I loved him in “The Last of the Mohicans,” and the little I know of this actor, he seems to only take on roles that will impact in a big way, at least that is my impression.

    I think a face reading would be very interesting. In looking at the picture of the actor he’s got some interesting stuff going on with the nose that goes to the right, eyebrows that almost tumble into his eyes, middle of the forehead vertical line that goes through the 3rd eye chakra and the length of space from eyebrow to hairline and also the closed smile.

    From your picture on this blog:

  15. 15

    Super, ELAINE. Thank you for making official your face reading interest in this acclaimed actor by adding our latest contest entry.

    So many of you Blog-Buddies have expressed interest in face reading lately, and I just know you are curious about various people.

    Well, you have through February 25 to nominate more public figures for this face reading contest.

    There are mysteries, like anything to help us understand why Daniel Day-Lewis holds out ofor those high-impact roles.

  16. 16
    "Zelda" says:

    This isn’t a mystery so much as a great example of the Zesty Smile style written about in your book “Read People Deeper.”


  17. 17
    Jill Erin says:

    Hi Rose,

    I would respectfully request the reading of Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s face in this contest. Mayor Bloomberg is in the news a lot, lately, for the moving of his agenda items like gun control and disallowing the sale of large sodas (even, recently, disallowing the ordering of a pitcher of a drink at a restaurant) in New York City. He is strongly opinionated, and, seems to me, thinks he knows what is best for everyone. I am interested in where that kind of need for control and consolidation of power shows up on a face. Actually, I would be interested in anything that shows up on his face. He’s a very interesting person, overall.

    Here are a few photo links to Mayor Michael Bloomberg.

    I wanted to provide a couple of photos from the right and left side, also, in case you could use the info from profiles.

    Thank you so much, Rose! I always learn so much that supplements what is in your books from these face readings. Really fun.

  18. 18
    Jill Erin says:

    Actually, every one of the nominations here are very interesting and would be very informative from a face reading perspective. Those canine teeth on Prajna Ana made me sit back in my chair. Almost scary looking.

  19. 19

    JILL ERIN, thanks for this latest comment. Today is the last day for nominating cool choices, like Mayor Bloomberg, for this free face reading.

    Incidentally, I’ll be doing a radio interview on face reading tomorrow with the great Rob McConnell at

    This interview will take place 11 p.m. to midnight, EST, which means 8 p.m. Pacific Time and a fun time in other parts of the world as well.

    Rob is a major league, major broadcasting talent. I am delighted to speak with him soon and will keep you Blog-Buddies updated about listening live on Tuesday…

    and the archived interview (later).

  20. 20

    Blog-Buddies, thank you one and all for these fabulous nominations.

    Today our latest contest is officially complete. For our contest winners — and the rest of our online community — I will be doing three different face reading posts. Do check in regularly.

    Definately bring along your face, because your eyes are probably attached. 😉

  21. 21

    Much as I want to get started today with these face readings, today I was playing catch-up with comments from you Blog-Buddies. Guess what?

    As a result, there are two new posts I really must write before anything else, responding to important questions related to some of our lifely threads here.

    We have so much to learn and explore, being practical about face reading, aura reading, empath skills, using it all as part of a path to Householder Enlightenment. 🙂

    Okay, back to working on the new post for today. Big thanks to all you Blog-Buddies for being my companions (and inspirations) along the way.

  22. 22
    Lara says:

    Wow I just checked out Prajna Ana’s canines in that video. Top and bottom! To be honest her whole self made me sit back in my chair, and really irritated me. Ok thats a stage 1 reaction … I was a bit embarassed to leave it at that on a blog about stage 3 literacy so had a teeny quick deeper look. For an ‘enlightened healer’ I couldnt find any joy in her and more of an astral than divine connection (though I cant say that so confidently). Still very interesting face to read.

  23. 23
    EagerBeaver says:

    Contest was over 4 years back 🙁

  24. 24

    Note to any of you lurkers, actually we have multiple contests at this blog regularly every year. To find them, you might wish to read the blog, i.e., Read more than one article or two before you let the lamentations commence. 😉

    And yes, we do continue to keep blog posts from the very first post at this blog, back in 2007.
    If that creates sorrow for EagerBeaver or others, guess we’ll all have to live with that.

  25. 25
    EagerBeaver says:

    Now that’s better

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