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Face Reading Legendary Radio Broadcaster Ed Walker, Retiring at 83

Ed Walker's power as a broadcaster wasn't seen but heard. And felt.

Ed Walker’s power as a broadcaster wasn’t seen but heard. And felt.

Ed Walker won’t be able to see what I’m describing while I read his face. He’s blind.

But he can feel his face data when I describe it. Just as Ed Walker can assess the truth of this face reader’s tribute to him.

Similarly this listener, among countless others over the years, has felt as though he was our friend. Who cares if we physically saw him in the room with us? At public radio station WAMU, Sunday nights belonged to Ed Walker. He shared great classic radio shows for more than 60 years.

You can read here about Ed Walker’s remarkable career in broacasting. Reporter Paul Farhi’s article is also where I found the photo that I will use here.

For nuts and bolts about The Power of Face Reading, scroll down towards the end of this post.

Face Reading Item #1: Short Nose

How to See This Like a Face Reader

Comparing the proportions on Ed Walker’s face, the length of his nose is small in comparison to the length from forehead to nose bridge, or nose tip to chin.

The Talent, According to Face Reading Secrets®

Hard worker. Can follow a routine, come in every day and produce, produce, produce.

Due to friends I have had in radio, I’ve spent many a happy hour silently lurking in a broadcaster’s booth, admiring the exacting artistry of a broadcaster’s job. This is a high-stress job, requiring meticulous attention to timing, to recordings, to commercials (even on public radio).

To do that job with such apparent ease… takes more work than the casual listener will ever know.

The Potential Challenge, According to Face Reading Secrets

Inadvertently training others to take him for granted?

Face Reading Item #2: VERY Out-Angled Ears

From a front view you can easily discern the shape of each ear.

(If Ed Walker’s ears were in-angled, you would barely see them at all.)

How to See This Like a Face Reader

Comparing the proportions on Ed Walker’s face, the length of his nose is small in comparison to the length from forehead to nose bridge, or nose tip to chin.

The Talent, According to Face Reading Secrets®

Follows his own rules. Makes them, too.

That social independence has helped Ed Walker to build that enviable career. How many aspiring broadcasters with his same disability have managed to win and hold this coveted job?

Get to the studio! Sort out the various recordings! Keep learning the ever-changing technology and make his workarounds at every juncture!

And then to tuck all the effort away into Ed Walker’s comfortable armchair of a voice — delivering his kind of a show and always doing it his way.

The Potential Challenge, According to Face Reading Secrets

Not fitting in? Feeling more like a loner than others might?

Face Reading Item #3: Lip Proportions at 1:3

How to See This Like a Face Reader

Now let’s comparing the proportions of Ed Walker’s lips, the upper lip being about 1/3 as full as his lower lip.

The Talent, According to Face Reading Secrets®

So persuasive, he could sell ice to Eskimos.

The Potential Challenge, According to Face Reading Secrets

Hiding behind the persuasiveness? Not saying some of the more personal things, that might be harder for him to say and even more difficult for others to hear?

Face Reading Item #4: Big Face

How to See This Like a Face Reader

Some people just have relatively large faces. To be clear, physiognomy — reading faces for character– is not like that celebration of determinism with an edge, “phrenology.”

In fact, the system of Face Reading Secrets probably celebrates free will more than any other system of face reading that you can find. (Prove me wrong, if you can, by commenting below. Personally, I cared a great deal about encouraging and celebrating free will when developing this trademarked system.)

I’ve especially celebrated free will in “Wrinkles Are God’s Makeup: How You Can Find the Meaning in Your Evolving Face.” This face reading book is now out of print, except for copies reserved for serious students of my correspondence course in face reading.

Studying how faces change over time, I made the soul-stirring discovery that about 90% of your face can change in ways that are both visible and highly significant. This depends upon how much you have changed inwardly.

Still, about 10% of a person’s face data will not change. Ed Walker’s relatively large face is one of those Soul Signature characteristics.

You can read more about Big Face here.

The Talent, According to Face Reading Secrets®

Memorable to other people: By face, by voice, by presence.

By karma.

The Potential Challenge, According to Face Reading Secrets

Worrying, “How come I don’t remember these people? They remember me.”

Nuts and bolts about today’s face reading

Face reading starts with a face, either in person or with a picture.

  • Mine came from The Washington Post.
  • In keeping with my policy about meticulously honoring photo copyrights, no photos are copied and saved here. Your best choice for being able to see the photo referred used in a blog post is to stay current as a reader, maybe check in at this blog once a week or more often. When reading an older article, you may not be able to find the same photo I used originally. Google Images is an easy way to find photos of this public figure.

As for learning how to read faces, I can help you with that, too

Discover the full power of face reading! Yours just by going through a dedicated how-to book that teaches you systematically and in depth.

You can learn the system of Face Reading Secrets(R) with:

The NEW Power of Face Reading, available in print and also as a physiognomy eBook.

Read People Deeper, available in print and as a face reader’s eBook. This contains 50 different categories, with how-to instructions for both face reading, aura reading, and body language. Browse those 50 physiognomy categories here.

Would you like me to read your face?

Simple Face Reading Reports are a great way to start — both convenient and inexpensive. These make a great gift, too.

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  1. 1
    Helen says:

    What parts of your face don’t ever change?

  2. 2
    Dana20 says:

    Loved this! It’s so nice to have face reading posts, too! Reading about nose length and ear angle especially got me thinking about mine and what that means for me. And how perfect that Ed had such persuasive lip proportions.

  3. 3

    HELEN, it’s great that you are interested in learning about which parts of a person’s face do change and which don’t. And then interpreting that.

    There’s good reason why I spent 8 1/2 years researching and writing the advanced face reading book that I mentioned in this article. And why I make the last copies available now only to serious students of face reading.

    This is not a topic for a beginning physiognomist but for an experienced face reader. Which, of course, I would love to help you become!

  4. 4

    It takes a lot of practice to develop your eye to the point where you can even see most of these subtle changes.

    So my simplest advice to you is to practice reading faces with “The NEW Power of Face Reading,” which is very definitely available for you to get copies of.

    Research your own face for starters. Then pull out a photo from when you were at least 18 years old, but as far back as you can get. Go through the chapters that interest you, like “Ears” and “Eyes.”

    Soon you will start to see for yourself what does change and what doesn’t. 🙂

  5. 5

    DANA, it really is fun to practice face reading on yourself, isn’t it?

    That’s one reason why I offer as many face reading articles as I do at this blog.

    Although I recommend the systematic approach in “The NEW Power of Face Reading,” you can play around with ANY of the face reading articles at my blog.
    Just as you did here! Read it, one item of face reading data at a time. Then pick up a mirror and see what you’ve got.

  6. 6
    Helen says:

    Hi Rose! I’ve read the older version of your Face Reading book, but have misplaced it, so I just bought the new one! I also purchased a few enlightening face reading reports from you several years ago. I had a question about the meaning of out-angled (protruding) eyes, since it’s not mentioned in the new version. I wasn’t sure where to ask you, so I don’t mind if this comment isn’t posted, and if you’d rather respond to me by email!

  7. 7

    Congratulations, HELEN, on purchasing your copy of “The NEW Power of Face Reading.”

    It is a whole new book on physiognomy, as you can tell. Very different from when I publish new editions of existing books.

    Between the new discoveries in physiognomy and the totally new way of using photos to illustrate face data throughout the entire book, it is really the best book I have written yet for face readers.

  8. 8

    Yet, of course, “The NEW Power of Face Reading” is one book. I can teach you a lot more about face reading.

    Thank you for asking so tactfully about your desire to have me mentor or coach you in the system of Face Reading Secrets®.

    Evidently you had a hunch that you wouldn’t just ask your questions one email or blog comment at a time, and that I would respond to every one of them. Not in a world where I only have 24 hours a day, etc. 😉

    So let’s review the options, one comment at a time.

  9. 9

    Receiving your own face reading session is a great way to learn more about any characteristics you wish to ask about.

    Plus you receive so much information, depending upon the type of face reading you choose.

    Here is a link to seven different types of face reading consultation that I offer.

  10. 10

    Many people today use Skype webcam, so that can be how we spend your face reading session.

    It’s also a good idea to send me one or two current head shots, from a straight angle.

    That way we can talk over the phone, or Skype audio.

    We can even do a conference call (just the two of us) and use your photo as a slide!

    If local, you can also come in person.

  11. 11

    Another possibility is the Correspondence Course in Face Reading.

    This helps you to become a professional-level expert at reading faces.

    Here is more information about the Face Reading Correspondence Course.

  12. 12

    Another possibility is to book a 55-minute Mentoring Session, where you aim to learn about face reading.

    I will answer as many questions as time permits.

    Whether it’s by phone or webcam, be sure to bring a mirror!

  13. 13

    So, HELEN, thanks so much for asking. Looking forward to being of service to you and others who share my fascinating with the living and evolving scripture of each human face.

  14. 14
    Helen says:

    Thanks Rose! I will browse the options and pick one that works for me! I just finished your book in one sitting… It’s so engrossing.

    Thanks for writing it, and yes, as I read it, I did note the changes! I feel like lots of new material was presented!

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