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Jennifer Doudna Face Reading

Jennifer Doudna Face Reading, the biotech leader, deserves a nice crown! IMHO.

Jennifer Doudna Face Reading? What, you don’t know why this woman’s work is important enough to warrant a face reading?

Soon you will. Plus you’ll know inside info on her face, too. 🙂

Jennifer Doudna Face Reading. Why?

What IS the big deal with Jennifer Doudna?

First of all, the photo that I’ll use for today’s article was taken at her …

Royal Society Admissions Day in London. Last year.

Quite some clue!

Jennifer Doudna Face Reading.

Still Wondering Why She’s Important?

What, news of her greatness still hasn’t reached you yet?

Second of all, Jennifer Doudna is the Co-Inventor of CRISPR.

More clarity comes from the prize-winning contest nomination. Back at our Face Reading Parade Contest.

LILIAN wrote this:

CRISPR is a big deal in the science community. It allows for genome editing.

She developed this technology in her fifties.

I love it that it’s women (her and Emmanuelle Charpentier) who first suggested this. Most of biotech is very male-dominated.

Ready. Set. Go.

Naturally we’ll be using the system of Face Reading Secrets®.

Here is the physiognomy photograph I will use today.

As for learning how to read faces, I can help you with that, too. For that, skip to the end of today’s article.

Jennifer Doudna Face Reading Item #1: Very Full Eyebrows

How to See this Face Reading Characteristic

Not everybody has this many eyebrow hairs. Count the number of individual hairs on her eyebrows.

Or just take my word for it. 😉

(I approximate.)

The Corresponding Talent, According to the System of Face Reading Secrets

Exceptional cognitive complexity.

Ability to hold in her mind an awareness of innumerable details. Accessing them on demand.

Combining and permuting. Otherwise, having loads of fun using her massive intellect.

The Potential Challenge

Doesn’t trust things that appear “too simple”?

Jennifer Doudna Face Reading Item #2: Prominent Right Cheek

How to See this Face Reading Characteristic

Put on your 3-D glasses. Or just imagine you’re wearing them. See how Jennifer Doudna’s right cheekbone sticks out a lot? Comparing that to the rest of her face.

Note: To tell right from left while face reading a photo, cross over. Mentally cross over, as if you were about to shake hands with Ms. Doudna. Her right cheek is on the left of your screen.

The Corresponding Talent, According to the System of Face Reading Secrets

Leadership. Unapologetic leadership.

And since it’s the right cheek only: Leadership in her career. Not such intense leadership in her personal life.

The Potential Challenge

Arousing jealousy from others?

Jennifer Doudna Face Reading Item #3: VERY Out-Angled Ears

How to See this Face Reading Characteristic

The cunning, cute hairstyle might fool you at first.

But take a face reader’s visually analytical look. You’ll see that Jennifer Doudna has ears that wing out from her head.

Not Innies. But Outies.

The Corresponding Talent, According to the System of Face Reading Secrets

Works and plays according to her own rules.

Such as ignoring the unstated rule that women “aren’t allowed to do important things in biotech.”

The Potential Challenge

Arousing even more jealousy?

Jennifer Doudna Face Reading Item #4: Powerline Dimple on Right

How to See this Face Reading Characteristic

Look on either side of Jennifer Doudna’s mouth. Only one side — her right side, on the left of your screen — has this. A long, deep crease. Like a parend (((((((.

That’s a Powerline Dimple.

The Corresponding Talent, According to the System of Face Reading Secrets

Gracious in victory.

The Potential Challenge

Paid the price to develop that seemingly effortless graciousness? Quite the price, could have been.

Jennifer Doudna Face Reading Item #5: Unpadded Nose

How to See this Face Reading Characteristic

Check out the contours of Jennifer Doudna’s nose. From the bridge all the way down to right above the tip, hello! Surprisingly, the central ridge (the bone) shows clearly. Most noses have more padding than that.

Although let’s keep in mind. In the system of physiognomy that I use, we’ve got a premise:

“God don’t make no junk.”

Every facial characteristic has a corresponding talent and potential challenge.

So please don’t run off, whimpering, to the cosmetic surgeon. “Gimme the Jennifer Doudna Nose Padding.” 😉

The Corresponding Talent, According to the System of Face Reading Secrets

Highly independent worker. Self-motivated. VERY!

The Potential Challenge

Could arouse even more jealousy?

One Last Delightful Thing about Jennifer Doudna

I couldn’t resist reading her aura. Because my first impression was such a “Wow!”

But that was just surfacey, Stage 1 Energetic Literacy.

Using the Stage 3 kind of energetic literacy, plus my skills as an Enlightenment Coach — voila!

Onto my Enlightenment Life List she goes.

In conclusion, speaking of using skills:

How to Read Faces for Character… Accurately

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®  with either:

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

Read People Deeper, available in print and also as an 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.

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  1. 1
    Gillian says:

    Oh wow! This was a great read. Good catch, Lillian!

  2. 2
    Zofia says:

    Yay! I was super happy to discover she was the co inventor of CRISPR.

    Especially as I spend much time dealing with men in biotech who are both self important and a bit thick (sorry men…).

  3. 3
    Zofia says:

    Unfortunately women can also be self important and a bit thick too… but anyhoo… I was taken by my first impression of her aura.

    But I know I tend to notice mental energy the most, so I was thinking i was just getting a surface feel of a powerful intellect.

  4. 4
    Lilian says:

    I like that she invented something later in life.

    I think this young genius trope is over rated.

    She picked up knowledge and experience over time in a unique way, giving her a set of skills and understanding to make a unique contribution. A bit like Rose founding RES by just doing her best to help clients.

  5. 5
    Lilian says:

    Also, she does take a lead in having a discussion about ethical implications, whIch is important.

  6. 6
    Lilian says:

    I also have the cheek imbalance thing, which can be confusing as a tend to switch between being someone who is ok with being passively supportive to being a independent assertive problem solver.

    Nothing worse than someone telling me their personal problems at work! Or me needing to do all the leadership in a relationship!

  7. 7
    Lilian says:

    Thanks Rose. This is all super awesome.?

  8. 8
    Lilian says:

    I believe that science has evolved to the degree of complexity where people with different backgrounds, knowledge and skill sets just have to work together. Or else things literally actually fail.

    Jennifer worked in a very collaborative way, demonstrating this.

    So her power sharing chakra data banks would be worth looking at!

  9. 9
    Kylie says:

    I loved this reading.

    I also thought “Wow!” when I saw her photograph. I’m glad you read her aura too. She’s gorgeous, both physically and in her auric modeling.

  10. 10
    Kylie says:

    Another great recommendation, Lillian!

    By the way, I also have been enjoying Lucy Worsley’s tv shows, since you mentioned her. I loved the one about Jane Austen’s houses.

  11. 11
    Lilian says:

    Kylie: yeah!

  12. 12
    Lilian says:

    Hmm, in my recent acquaintance I ve known a person with out angled ears like Jennifer and also my landlady with the power lines.

    Thinking of their very different characters it does strike me that someone who can combine the two traits harmoniously would be a very unique and evolved individual!

  13. 13
    Lilian says:

    Also apologies for my flippant remarks about biotech. Though many an article will verify the general culture… the first wave of this has brought out a certain arrogance which I am sure will be laughable in the future!

  14. 14
    Rose Rosetree says:

    LILIAN, absolutely no apologies needed.

    Honestly, if you saw some of the troll-type comments that I chose not to publish here, you might think, “That LILIAN is EVEN MORE WONDERFUL than I knew.”

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