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Face Reading Wayne Rooney, Continued

 

Face Reading Wayne Rooney

Face Reading Wayne Rooney. So much talent shows right there, if only you know how to find it!

Face Reading Wayne Rooney, I’m going to show you face greatness. Since today you’ll learn even more about this amazing soccer player. Including one item of face data I’ve never seen before (although as a professional physiognomist, I’ve read lots of faces).

Blog-Buddies, I’ve saved the best face data for last. Kind of like Wayne Rooney’s spectacular plays in the final minutes of his recent game for DC United.

Incidentally, you’ll find a fabulous video clip documenting that at Part One of this Two Part Face Reading. Might I suggest that you read that earlier article first, before continuing?

As always, I’m using the system of Face Reading Secrets®. Noted here because all face reading books and workshops aren’t alike, not at all.

Face Reading Wayne Rooney #3. Passion Power Style

See It

Start with Wayne’s forehead. Notice how wide it is. Compare that to the width of his cheeks. And then the width of his jaws.

Forehead widest = Passion Power Style.

Talent

With the inner characteristic that out-pictures in his face, Wayne Rooney has a distinct advantage over his competitors (unless they also have the Passion Power Style).

Folks with this power style start with big ideas. Then believe in them passionately. Such as a wild idea about how to score a soccer goal, that Wayne Rooney thinks about and smiles about…. And then achieves.

With this power style, the idea is real, not the obstacles.

Incidentally, 1 in 4 American presidents has this power style — on one side of the face or the other, or both. Ordinarily it’s more like 1 in 200 people.

Potential Challenge

Soccer fans, and competitors, under-estimate his wily braininess?

Face Reading Wayne Rooney #4. Lowbrows

See It

How closely can eyebrows hug a person’s eyes?

Never more so than with Wayne Rooney. Where would there be extra space between them.

Usually eyebrows are positioned higher than these. Even Lowbrows are positioned higher than these.

Wayne Rooney has got the VERY version, bringing equally intense inner talent. Speaking of which…

Talent

Nobody is more spontaneous, when it comes to coordination between thought and speech or thought and action.

Wayne Rooney thinks it. Then he does it. Fast as a lightning flash.

Potential Challenge

Blurts things out when talking to people?

Unsettles other soccer players because he’s just so darned spontaneous?

 Face Reading Wayne Rooney #5. Chin Box

Here’s the glory of Wayne Rooney’s face, seems to me.

Even though I’ve been reading faces for meaning since 1975, I’ve never seen this particular characteristic before.

And, as with his Lowbrows and Passion Power Style, Wayne Rooney has got himself a VERY version: Inwardly intense, just as outwardly it’s a very strongly sculpted facial characteristic.

See It

Check out the rectangle at the bottom of Wayne Rooney’s face.

Besides the Straight Chin Bottom, he’s got a fleshy mound of muscle and it creates a kind of box.

For those of you who are familiar with the “Macho Knobs,” there I’ve described as a different chin characteristic. You’ll find it inThe New Power of Face Reading,” the “Chin” chapter, starting Page 223. While a Macho Knob is round like a doorknob, this Chin Box is a rectangle, shorter than it is wide.

Talent

Aggression, like that of a wild animal for whom pursuit of his prey is partly survival and partly one of life’s greatest pleasures: Figuring out what to do, then doing it. And striking down anyone that might get in his way.

Potential Challenge

Living with that uncommon degree of ruthless competitiveness — perhaps that just might be hard to live with, you think?

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  1. 1

    About U.S. Presidents and the Passion Power Style, Trump has it. Only as concerning his personal life, his personal interests.

  2. 2

    President Obama has it on both sides of his face. 🙂

    Indicating a passion for pursuing his favorite projects in his career, as well as his personal life.

  3. 3
    Graham says:

    It is fascinating to learn about these different features.

    Having had my first face reading with you just the other day, Rose, I am now scouring faces with the aim of discerning facial features that I would normally not notice!

  4. 4
    Valerie says:

    I enjoyed this face reading Rose. So many ‘verys’ and so many talents.

    I find it interesting that always with talents there are potential challenges.

  5. 5
    Isabella Cates says:

    Wow! The way you wrote about the “Chin Box” talent at the end, it shocked me.

    Almost like one of Wayne Rooney’s plays!

  6. 6
    Liane says:

    Our souls hiding in plain sight, right there on our faces for the world to see. Pretty cool.

  7. 7
    Liane says:

    Even if you didn’t know a thing about face reading, there’s no denying Wayne Rooney has an intense face, plus an intense expression in the research photo.

  8. 8
    Liane says:

    Fascinating to learn about the new discoveries.

    Seems Mr. Rooney is perfectly suited for his profession, even if a little hard to live with.

  9. 9
    Dana W. says:

    A chin box, amazing! I was thinking that I’m glad he has the outlet of soccer for that aggression.

    But then I thought, hmmmm what if he had been a humanitarian aid worker or scientist working on a disease cure… maybe he would have channeled his aggression into reaching his goals in those ways. Anyway, new face data, very cool.

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