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Face Reading Fun Starts Today, YouTubes #1 and #2

Face reading fun -- yes, let's get ourselves some of that.

Face reading fun — yes, let’s get ourselves some of that.

Let’s have some fun, some face reading fun. I’ll share links to two new YouTube videos that were just made live this morning.

Of all the skills in Rosetree Energy Spirituality (RES), face reading can be the most lighthearted.

Although it can also be amazingly accurate. Even devastatingly accurate, actually.

Depends on you — which face you are reading — and your purpose for doing that physiognomy research.

My purpose was to throw a little Face Reading Party. Seems like we had absolutely everything we needed to make a short series of iMovies, just for fun:

Paying the Price of Beauty. A Guest Post by LYNETTE

Even natural beauty, without vanity, comes at a price

Even natural beauty, without vanity, comes at a price

I turned 30 recently and for my birthday, I got myself a face reading with Rose. I got more than I bargained for.

A face reading isn’t really about faces, it’s about living. I got some confirming and surprising information about my life and how I’ve chosen to live it.  But I also got some unexpected feedback about my face itself: that I am beautiful, symmetrical, bright eyed, great skin, you name it.

I’ve gotten powerful reactions from people my entire life and because of that, it took someone else to tell me that these reactions are odd:

How President Obama Has Evolved, Face Reading Part 3

Face Reading Secrets®, usually festive.

Face Reading Secrets®, usually festive.

Using when I read faces it’s festive, celebratory even.

But today is Good Friday, a day when you might ask your Catholic and Protestant friends if it’s okay before you blurt out, “Joyous Easter!”

I’ve chosen today to give you an uncharacteristically somber look at changes to President Obama’s face. Today’s article concludes a three-part series of face readings.

Much as I encourage you to read what follows, might I recommend that you in by checking out the first two parts of this series?

And now, once again let’s start exploring ways that President Obama’s face has altered.

Two new photographs will be introduced later in this face reading article, but they aren’t pictures of America’s current president.

Loving Face Reading. A Guest Post by Portia Chan

Face reader Portia in 2010

Face reader Portia, a newlywed in 2010

I love looking at faces. If I had been blessed with the talent, I would have liked to be a portrait artist.

I love all kinds of visual arts, but painting is my favorite.

And portraits, especially ones that show not just physical traits but give insight into a person’s soul, are my favorite.

Looking at Two Familiar Faces

On New Year’s Day, David and I did our selfie with my iPhone.

Face Reader Portia and her husband in 2016

Face Reader Portia and her husband in 2016

Face reader Portia in 2016

Face reader Portia

Looking at it, we noticed that the pose looked familiar.

How President Obama Has Evolved, Face Reading Part 2

Yes, that's me reading a student's face, Rose Rosetree (several hairstyles ago) and Gail Romiti

Yes, that’s me reading a student’s face, Rose Rosetree (several hairstyles ago) and Gail Romiti

Yes, Curious Face Reader, today’s comparison face reading of President Obama continues what was begun yesterday. Might I recommend? Check that out before proceeding:

How President Obama Has Evolved, Face Reading Part 1

Now let’s start exploring ways that President Obama’s face has altered. Again we’ll be using a photo for reference that compares Barack Obama giving his first State of the Union Address in 2009 with his delivering his last State of the Union last January. Do not open this photo link unless you feel prepared to see something quite shocking.

How President Obama Has Evolved, Face Reading Part 1

Aura reading Sarah Palin, presidential candidate

Being the American president now, not easygoing like a flag gently rippling in a welcoming breeze

Today President Obama is delivering a historic speech on Cuban soil. I heard some of it live, will read a transcript later. (Glad I got to hear his excellent accent in Spanish!)

Now I’ll go on to thank him by starting a three-part face reading article about how Barack Obama’s face has changed.

Among the many forms of energetic literacy available to us today, physiognomy is the easiest to master. Alterations to Obama’s aura are also extraordinary, as I described in this blog post: President Obama — How His Aura Has Changed

But for now, just sit back and learn some face reading. See how the form of physiognomy I use, Face Reading Secrets®, can show you truth that is hiding in plain sight. Curious Reader (yes that’s what I’ll be calling you in this article), take a look at these contrasting photos and see what you make of them.

How Donald Trump Looks Like Bernie Sanders, Four Face Reading Shockers

Unless I were a face reader, I never would have noticed all the similarities between Sanders and Trump

Unless I were a face reader, I never would have noticed all the similarities between Sanders and Trump

What, Bernie Sanders has quite a lot in common with Donald Trump? Yes, yes, yes and yes.

Today’s face reading is the second in an occasional series of profiles of American presidential and (one of these days) vice-presidential candidates. Sometimes face readings, sometimes aura readings, maybe the occasional Skilled Empath Merge.

Since I’ve read the Democratic winner of the New Hampshire Presidential Primary, our next profile will be a face reading of the Republican winner, Donald Trump.

Have you noticed? These two men have several unusual — and significant —  facial characteristics in common.

I’ll alert you, and also tell you about two other rather interesting characteristics of the charismatic Republican candidate.

Face Reading Senator Bernie Sanders

Rose Rosetree loves to read faces

Rose Rosetree loves to read faces

Today’s face reading is the first in an occasional series of profiles of American presidential and (one of these days) vice-presidential candidates. Sometimes face readings, sometimes aura readings, maybe the occasional Skilled Empath Merge.

My friend Bill Bronrott inspired me to get started already. Bill has served in the Maryland House of Delegates, then accepted a Presidential appointment at the U.S. Department of Transportation. Bill helped to Launch Mothers Against Drunk Driving. He also helped me unforgettably in the early days of my career. So when Bill talks, I listen.

Today we’ll start with face reading one of the two winners of yesterday’s presidential primary in New Hampshire, Senator Bernie Sanders. (Here’s a profile of Sanders in a liberal magazine, “The New Yorker.”)

Would You Like a New Face for Christmas?

That face of yours? Superb.

That face of yours? Superb.

What if you could write this on your Christmas list and expect to receive it promptly tomorrow?

  • A perfect new face.
  • None of the flaws, no more too-this or not-enough-that.
  • “I’d like heads to turn when they see me, due to my handsomeness or beauty.” Maybe stopping just short of whiplash. Hey, maybe not. 😉

Blog-Buddies, may I suggest? That is one wish to NOT make.

With due respect for today’s unprecedented suffering over vanity, our culturally exaggerated yearning for perfection, and the crazy social pressure to look just like those impossibly perfect physical specimens you have already seen on plenty of movies or TV shows or Internet anything before reading this article… just today…

Bad idea.

Here’s why.

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.