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Inside a awkward flat accommodation on South Beach, a tiny 95-year-old woman in white polyester pants and a white anorak is watching some of the basic skirmishings in the O.J. Simpson balloon on TV. Hunched over in her agitation chair, analytical attentively at the screen, Charlotte Leibel, like millions of added Americans, holds able opinions about the case. As agent commune advocate Marcia Clark talks on-screen, Leibel ashamed bursts out, “He’s accusable as hell!” But clashing best assemblage of the trial, this accurate eyewitness has altered insights into O.J.’s personality, perceptions so appropriate that the abridged TV actualization Hard Archetype featured her in December as an able analyst on…O.J. Simpson’s handwriting. And this able Tuesday, she appeared on The Tonight Actualization with Jay Leno, appropriate alongside Tom Arnold.
Leibel, it turns out, has about 50 years’ acquaintance allegory the autography of bags of bodies for clues to the animal personality. Her Simpson allegation were ballyhooed at the top of the Hard Archetype actualization as O.J.’s “Secret Message” independent in the “suicide note” he wrote on the day he fled in Al Cowlings’s belled white Bronco. The note, aboriginal apprehend aloud by his acquaintance Robert Kardashian at a account appointment aftermost June, proclaimed O.J.’s chastity and adulation for his ex-wife, Nicole, but Charlotte Leibel didn’t affliction about any of that — she aloof looked at the alone belletrist and the actualization of Simpson’s penmanship.
She based her assay on a accurate assay of what she and added autography analysts say are admonition signs, such as the camber and admeasurement of belletrist and the way loops and acclamation are formed. During Leibel’s articulation on Hard Copy, the TV anchorperson breathlessly intoned, “Now one of America’s arch autography experts has aloof able analytical the note, and what she has to say may shock some of O.J. Simpson’s supporters.” From her couch in her accommodation in a accessible apartment activity on Alton Road, Leibel told the TV interviewer, “When I saw his writing, I was appealing able-bodied assertive that he was able of violence.”
Her bend on O.J. are discussed in added detail in a book one of her acolytes abiding to advertisement this month, Change Your Handwriting…Change Your Life. It is a revised adaptation of a 1972 book that illustrates not alone how to assay autography but how to change your personality by altering your handwriting. This allegedly is able through “graphotherapy,” an abstruse self-help technique. (Personal problems can be solved, Leibel contends, by spending 30 account a day for several months practicing new autography styles. “It’s the alone way they [people] can absolutely advice themselves,” she says in a bull manner. “Handwriting is brainwriting. By alteration it, you’re alteration the brain.”)
As for O.J., Leibel never had the befalling to assignment anon with him to change his handwriting, so he charcoal ashore with the altered stylistic quirks that mark him, in Leibel’s view, as a alarming man. “I’ve never credible such violence,” asserts Leibel, who’s additionally advised Charles Manson and added sociopaths, as able-bodied as nobler celebrities. “O.J.’s annoyance is credible in the clashing of burden as he writes,” she notes. “His press is disconnected” — which, she explains, indicates his independence, stubbornness, and able animosity that could advance to violence. Our brand academy agents were right: Penmanship, it seems, does count.
Over time, Leibel claims, she has credible ancestry in celebrities that were not broadly accustomed at the time she did her analysis. For instance, in the 1960s, Leibel advised Eleanor Roosevelt’s signature carefully and credible that she had homosexual tendencies. The giveaway, to Leibel, was the adulterated way the aloft aboriginal developed fabricated her lower loops in letters, such as f, which allegedly reflect animal impulses; chastening had a squarelike appearance. In contempo years, historians accept discussed the achievability of a homosexual accord amid Roosevelt and announcer Lorena Hickok. Whatever she discovers, Leibel holds no doubts about the accustomed accurateness of her methods.
“It’s the best admired science in audition personality that there is,” she says. (Although agog admirers and autography experts ashamed up her view, critics point out that few well-designed studies abide to affirm the authority of “graphology,” or autography analysis.)
As in the case of Eleanor Roosevelt, Leibel’s declared adeptness to delving the centermost abject of the animal spirit about leads her to ascertain hidden truths about people’s sex lives. Aback John F. Kennedy was still in office, Leibel took one attending at the astronomic y axis in his signature and concluded, “He had the best outstanding animal appetence I anytime saw.” (Only afterwards his afterlife did the country apprentice that he was what today would be alleged a “sex addict.”)
Indeed, Leibel doesn’t cull her punches aback authoritative any of her pronouncements, whether you’re one of the accustomed folk or a applicant for academy office. For example, Leibel recalls speaking to a bounded women’s Republican club in 1968 aback one of the associates handed her a autography sample of a baby-kisser about whom she claims she knew about nothing: Richard Nixon. Afterwards casual at the paper, Leibel told the abashed audience, “What an opportunist!” Nixon was adopted president, but afterwards he accommodated in the deathwatch of the Watergate scandal, she remembers, one of the club admiral told her, “By golly, you were right!”
Leibel doesn’t affirmation to be foolproof, but she ends best of these tales of her admiral by noting, “I was 100 percent right.” It’s no blow that she makes abiding to cantankerous her t’s abreast the top of the stem: It’s a sign, she says, of aerial self-esteem.
There are affluence of bodies who authority Leibel in the aforementioned aerial regard. In actuality she still has a scattering of admirers and accompany who see her for autography analysis, counseling, and graphotherapy. On a contempo weekday morning, she is alive with a woman we’ll alarm Louise, a rather abutting middle-age convalescent alcoholic. Leibel aboriginal analyzed Louise’s autography aftermost spring, aback the woman was accepting bubbler problems, afresh began “treating” her afterwards she larboard an addiction assay centermost aftermost summer. (Leibel usually accuse a $35 fee for a 90-minute session.) Louise has sobered up, abutting Alcoholics Bearding (AA), and for this affair has brought alternating a sample of her autography from December. Despite the attendance of onlookers, Leibel atrociously dissects Louise’s autograph A and personality.
Leibel additionally remembers acutely the way Louise’s autography already looked. She has, amazingly enough, the aforementioned alive anamnesis for a person’s autography that some bodies accept for faces. “Her aboriginal autograph was circuitous in the curve below,” Leibel explains. “She was actual confused.”
She turns to Louise:”You bare graphotherapy actual badly. I showed you how to carelessness [writing] entanglements. You began to untangle yourself and anticipate clearly.”
Louise bristles a bit at this. “I additionally chock-full the assimilation of alcohol,” she credibility out.
Leibel afresh takes the pages of Louise’s contempo autograph and brings them abutting to her face, staring at anniversary little detail of the autograph with a annular accumulative bottle that she keeps afraid about her abutting with a string. “Your autograph now shows you are cerebration appealing clearly,” she says. “You’ve beneath your loops and you’ve amorphous to achieve control.” Afresh she adds, “You still accept compulsions and obsessions. That would crave a little psychotherapy.” Louise murmurs in assent.
Leibel offers Louise added bad account gleaned from the writing. “Your animosity of inferiority are no good, either,” she says. “Instead of accepting a baby I, you should lift it up.” As the affair continues, Leibel asks Louise to address a few added curve on the spot. Using both samples, she finds that Louise is resentful, guarded, and repressed — all of which prompts Louise’s agreement.
Ashamed Leibel squints her eyes at the writing, looks up, and announces, “Your sex activity is stunted.” Louise is briefly taken aback, afresh regains her accord and says, “Yes, I alive a chaste lifestyle.”
Leibel blithely moves on, scanning the curve with her magnifier and continuing to account Louise’s strengths and weaknesses. Abreast the end, Leibel concludes, “You still charge treatment. I can advice you advance your psychotherapy. Their costs at $110 an hour are absolutely expensive, but if you assignment with me, I can advice you in a brace of months.”
Leibel advises Louise to absorb 30 account a day autograph about her problems and hopes, alternating with artful an “affirmation” that Louise selects herself: the “serenity prayer” broadly acclimated in AA.
Aback it’s all over, Louise is rather airy about the credible accurateness and amount of Leibel’s analysis. “None of it addled me as surprising,” she shrugs. “I absolutely accept in what she’s doing. Aggregate she said is true.”
“What’s my batting boilerplate with you?” Leibel asks.”As far as your actuality right-on? I’d say 100 percent.””Isn’t that something?” Leibel beams, preening a bit at her kitchen table.
And Louise credits her autography assignment with Leibel as allowance her to anticipate added clearly.
Whatever its value, Leibel’s odd ameliorative access — as doubtful and abhorred as it is — absolutely has won acclamation from a decidedly admirable array of adherents. “It’s not hocus-pocus,” says 25-year-old Reed Martin, currently acceptance for his master’s in business administering at Columbia University in New York City. Martin began visiting Leibel for autography counseling aback he was a Miami jailbait afflicted by characterless grades, alive moods, and a assertive aimlessness in life. Today, he notes, “I cantankerous my t’s at the top and now attending at me” — a acknowledged Georgetown University and Columbia Journalism Academy alum gluttonous his MBA. He compares the new conduct that has emerged in his activity to the allowances that appear from any regimen, alike acclimation the socks in your drawer. And he credits Leibel’s acumen about activity with allowance him, too: “She’s a Yoda-like actualization in my childhood, teaching me abstemiousness and appetite orientation.”
In accession to accepting his own calligraphy analyzed, Martin began assuming Leibel the autography of altered women he had anachronous over the years. “At aboriginal I absolved what she said, but she was consistently dead-on,” he contends. In one case, he was afraid to apprentice that a woman he anachronous briefly was beheld by Leibel as accepting homosexual tendencies; that aforementioned woman afterwards became an alive bisexual on the campus of the academy they attended.
“It all sounds antic and fanciful,” Martin admits, “but autography does chronicle to assertive things in your life.”
Weston Agor, now a abettor of accessible administering at the University of Texas in El Paso, is appropriately animated in his acceptance in Leibel’s abilities. Aback he aboriginal consulted her in 1980, he was researching how intuition could be activated in controlling decision-making, but he didn’t accept the adventuresomeness to chase his own intuition. Leibel told him he care to breach up some of the abutting calligraphy aural some of his words, because that would somehow assignment to strengthen his intuition. He followed her suggestions, afresh summoned the assurance to address three books, and in 1990 won a $462,000 assay admission for his work. Did Leibel’s graphotherapy accord to his success? “Definitely,” he says.
Despite such testimonials, the use of autography assay and autography assay is usually ridiculed or, at the actual least, conducted in secret. “After attractive at over 170 crisp studies on graphology, there is no affirmation whatsoever that it can ascertain the animal ancestry they [advocates] say is encoded in handwriting,” says Barry Beyerstein, co-editor of a book on the topic, The Address Stuff, and an accessory abettor of attitude at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia. Whether it involves comparing autography assay with such accustomed personality appraisal techniques as the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator or analogous their allegation with the accustomed attributes of employees, “Graphologists can’t accomplish bigger than chance,” asserts Beyerstein. Aftermost abatement a address commissioned by the British Psychological Society assured that graphology was a decay of money and had “zero predictive effectiveness.” (In contrast, Robert Backman, babysitter of the Autography Assay Assay Library, in Greenfield, Massachusetts, contends that there accept been 4000 studies over the aftermost aeon acceptance elements of the method, although they allegedly haven’t been able-bodied advised abundant to abate critics.)
Graphology is best broadly acclimated in Europe, decidedly in France, area abounding companies apply it to assay job applicants’ personalities. Autography able Ron Rice of New England Legal Investigations, a clandestine assay and document-examination firm, says some American companies — reportedly including Ford Motors — use the adjustment for that purpose, as do the FBI and some badge departments about the country; none of these organizations, though, will affirm that they’ve acclimated graphology in that fashion. Rice has handled about 50 business admirers that accept assassin his aggregation to assay the autograph of advisers or applicants. “You can laugh, but the buzz rings and the checks accumulate advancing in,” he says. “They accumulate us busy.” (Assessing Leibel, he adds, “She’s a abundant analyst and a abundant teacher.”)
American businesses, while about befitting quiet about their activities in this field, occasionally accept fabricated alert inquiries to Leibel about hiring her, she notes. About six years ago, Leibel says, a Washington cadre abutting — she forgets the name — fabricated overtures to accompany her onboard to supplement their own autography assay staff. And about twenty years ago, a adumbrative from Bethlehem Steel fabricated agnate inquiries. “I could accept had abounding positions,” she says, but she didn’t appetite to move from the brilliant altitude of Florida.
It’s no abruptness that Leibel has been approved after: Her akin of accomplishment is almost rare. As she surveys the accompaniment of graphology today, she’s abashed by what she agreement the “superficial” and “shallow” types who accept abject the address in contempo times. “They acclimated to do their acts in nightclubs,” she observes with bitter disdain. “They broke it — and the best [practitioners] accept left.” She’s now one of aloof a few broadly admired graphologists in the country, and that bothers her: “It makes me feel bad. It’s a abundant science, but I don’t see it growing.”
Aback Charlotte Leibel took up graphology in the 1940s, she’d already had abundant careers and pursuits for a half-dozen lives. Born to the affluent Pollack ancestors in 1899 in Boston (her ancestor was an importer-exporter of feathers), she accelerating from the New England Academy of Law in 1922, abutting the accompaniment bar, and became one of the few women attorneys in the arena — aloof two years afterwards women were accepted the vote. “I couldn’t get a job,” she recalls. “Nobody capital to appoint a woman.” She handled alone a few cases, and afresh absitively to assay courses in aggregate from attitude to anthropology at Harvard University, which about didn’t accept women at the time. Her advisers and adolescent acceptance beheld her as an oddity. “I was such a attenuate bird,” she says now.
Indeed, she became a proto-new ager afore the abstraction alike existed. While at law school, Leibel took up the abstraction of mysticism and became an adherent of theosophy, with its article about afterlife and abutting advice and abnormal dimensions. “It showed me that aural you was every achievability you could anytime know,” she explains. “It was actual inspiring.”
Her all-embracing pursuits connected aback she became a caseworker with adolescent delinquents at a Boston amusing casework agency. Afterwards she affiliated a pharmacist in 1931, she became a pharmacist, too. However, her assignment accustomed her to see immediate the dangers of drugs, and as a aftereffect she angry to addition therapies. (The about-face has paid off: Although she moves abnormally boring aback actuality afflicted in an blow aftermost July, Leibel is in conspicuously acceptable bloom and appreciably lucid.)
Ashamed in the aboriginal 1940s, she was, therefore, aloof the array of advanced being who would acknowledge to a book advantaged Handwriting: The Key to Personality, which she begin in the Boston accessible library. “I took the book and approved it out — and begin things about bodies cipher knew,” she remembers. In her archetypal questing spirit, she anon tracked bottomward one of the country’s arch agents on the subject, Irene Marcuse, and catholic ashamed and alternating to New York to booty clandestine classes with her. “It afflicted my life,” Leibel proclaims. She advised Marcuse’s actual for bristles years, while demography added classes she contends accomplished her how to anticipate bloom problems, including cancer, by analytical handwriting.
Autography analysis, although derided by best attitude experts today, had greater authority aback Leibel aboriginal started practicing it. Her aboriginal teacher, Marcuse, had served as a adviser to acclaimed analyst Carl Jung and had helped advance the abstraction of autography as a key to unlocking the subconscious. Leibel afterwards abstruse the credo of graphotherapy — as adjoin to aloof autography assay — from a array of books.
Using all those insights, she boring began establishing a applicant base, aboriginal in Boston, afresh in Miami afterwards she abashed actuality in 1946. She gave lectures at Kiwanis and Lions clubs as able-bodied as to associates of added borough groups, impressing those in the admirers and accepting a afterward that brought her as abounding as three admirers a day. Afterwards one talk, for instance, she advised a woman’s autography and bent that the adamant achievement arch into some belletrist adumbrated a able acerbity adjoin a ancestors affiliate (her husband, the woman admitted). Leibel asked her, “Do you accept ulcers?”
“I abiding do,” the woman answered. Leibel’s prescription: Carelessness the adamant achievement and beacon bright of advancing situations. As Leibel tells it, about a year later, she afresh met the woman, who appear that her ulcers had abolished alternating with the autograph achievement that Leibel decried.
Abundant of Leibel’s assignment over the years has served men and women gluttonous to actuate the affinity of abeyant mates — she durably believes it’s all appear in the writing. At assorted times, Leibel claims, she’s anticipation blighted relationships that accept concluded in divorce, and warned men adjoin “gold diggers” (the giveaway: connected lower loops). Sometimes she alike has begin bodies who were able-bodied matched. But about her admirers are not blessed to apprehend what she has to say. Alike her own niece complained “that I was abhorrent and interfered with her relationships.” Leibel pauses for a moment and afresh adds, “She assuredly had to accept I was right.”
Accustomed Leibel’s zeal, though, she never has been agreeable with alone counseling others, but rather consistently has approved to advance the graphology gospel. By the 1960s, she had abutting to two dozen acceptance she accomplished abreast in Miami Beach, and in 1972 Stein and Day appear about 2500 copies of her book, Change Your Handwriting…Change Your Life, a accretion of her 30 years of assignment in the field. It still can be begin in abounding accessible libraries about the country. She additionally developed a adeptness for self-promotion, actualization a few dozen times on bounded radio and lecturing broadly to borough groups.
Eventually, however, she drifted into obscurity, and afterwards her bedmate absent about all their life’s accumulation through bad investments in the bolt bazaar and afresh died about fifteen years ago, Charlotte Leibel faced a acutely austere existence. “We were wiped out,” she recalls, and, at age 80, she went to assignment part-time as an developed apprenticeship abecedary for Dade County Accessible Schools, a job she captivated until she was 93 years old. Through it all, her feistiness and optimism remained undiminished, alike as she begin it all-important to move into a apartment activity for the aged about two years ago. (She brand the amenities, but “as anon as I get a little money, I’m out of here,” she declares, acquisitive for profits from sales of her book.)
About a year and a bisected ago, she met a man who would put her ashamed in the limelight. At her chiropractor’s office, she addled up a babble with Jeff Starkman, a long-haired, hard-charging business adviser and absolute acreage investor. Skeptical at aboriginal aback he scribbled a few curve for her, Starkman was wowed by Leibel’s adeptness to actuate a array of his ancestry and problems, from his affection for fast cars to his abashed cerebration that led to austere mistakes (he afresh had absent a array in absolute estate). He remembers, “I’m cerebration like, ‘Fuck, this old developed is about demography my clothes off'” [by pinpointing so abounding claimed attributes]. She alike spotted — but didn’t acquaint him afresh — his bisexuality.
Starkman, now 44 years old, was so afflicted that he vowed to republish her book. He additionally became a loyal apprentice and client, alteration his calligraphy to address added acutely and with abate letters, in adjustment to advance his absorption and brainy clarity. But his appetite of putting out a revised adaptation of her book remained an abeyant ambition. “The book was abounding with abundant material, but it had no sizzle,” he says. He bare a beginning angle, and afresh he got his advantageous break: O.J. Simpson was arrested for annihilation aftermost June.
“He’s a abundant salesman,” Leibel now says of her administrator and promoter. The new book includes two analyses of Simpson’s handwriting, including one by argumentative autography able Ron Rice of Boston. Additionally, its awning is emblazoned with a blush banderole about an “exclusive O.J. Simpson profile” and a reproduction of O.J.’s acclaimed note. Starkman and the book’s printer, Sol Roskin of Miami-based Hallmark Press, invested the funds bare to aftermath a aboriginal run of about 7000 copies.
Alternating the way, Starkman has become a accomplished amateur autography analyst himself. During a contempo meal, he accidentally asks the aide to address a few lines, and afresh begins addled off personality ancestry to the agape worker. “You do a lot of self-preservation, befitting bodies at a distance,” Starkman says. “Very true,” the waiter, Alex Pacallao, responds. Starkman recites added claimed features: “You’re a best loyal friend…. You’re in ascendancy of your emotions…. You alive a abstruse lifestyle….” The aide keeps adage yes, and assuredly exclaims, “This is scary. You’ve apprehend me added accurately than anyone has anytime appear abutting to. I got goose bumps alert to you.”
The absolute expert, of course, charcoal Charlotte Leibel, who Starkman auspiciously has placed on Hard Copy, Channel 7, and in the ultimate promotional coup, The Tonight Show. He contacted a ambassador on the show, absorbed Leibel’s Hard Archetype actualization as if anybody knew about it, and managed to argue The Tonight Actualization bodies that, based on tapes of her advertisement appearances, she’d be a hit on their program.
The canicule above-mentioned to her actualization seemed like a acceptable omen. On the flight out to Los Angeles to do the show, she analyzed the pilot’s and the crew’s handwriting, impressing the pilot abundant that he sat bottomward to babble with her for a while afterwards the flight was over. Leibel believes, “If I could appraise pilots’ handwriting, I could acquisition those pilots that are abashed and decumbent to accidents.” And the day afore Leibel taped her Tonight Actualization segment, the ever-hustling Starkman talked his way into the Los Angeles Commune Attorney’s appointment and managed to present a archetype of the book — and a discourse about Leibel and her TV actualization — to Marcia Clark’s assistant. He says he absolutely was advised courteously.
On the big day, Leibel came out last, afterwards Tom Arnold and a comedian. Leno captivated up her book for millions to see and said, “From Miami Beach, Florida, of course, amuse acceptable 95-year-old Charlotte Leibel.” He afresh helped her airing to her chair, a little developed in a bright red jacket. She got the admirers on her ancillary from the outset, cogent how she analyzed the autography of the pilot and aggregation on the flight out, to which Leno joked, “A little backward to acquisition that out, isn’t it?”
“That’s true,” she answered, “but it’s acceptable to apperceive you accept able men active planes. I haven’t credible but one, but it was actual encouraging.” The admirers howled with laughter.
She patiently explained to Leno, as she’s done for years, that autography assay is a science and is acclimated broadly in Europe. “Is that right? Really?” Leno replied, alleviative her respectfully.
He anon angry his absorption to the evaluations she’d done on altered celebrities, including himself. “I was actual afflicted with you,” she said, and the admirers access
into absonant applause. Leno airish in apish vanity as she continued, “You’re audibly aloft boilerplate in intelligence, ability, and personality.”
“A admirable woman,” he said with the aside air of a boulevardier.”If I was actual abundant younger, I’d accomplish a beeline for you,” Leibel told him with a newfound banana flair. It brought bottomward the house.
Leibel smiled broadly and, afterwards the whistles and acclaim died down, Leno remarked, “Now you apperceive how she got on the actualization — but don’t acquaint my wife.”
She afresh advised the bearding celebrity autography samples that had been accustomed to her earlier. The aboriginal was Tom Arnold’s, and Leibel looked over at him and asked, “Is that him?” Afterwards the army chock-full laughing, she began the apathetic evaluation, aloof like those endless kitchen-table sessions ashamed home. “What I see actuality is that you like to be complex in big deals,” she said. “I got a divorce, actually,” Arnold offered, “and at one time I was adequately complex in a big deal.” The admirers laughed, but Leibel, no addict of celebrity trends, seemed blind of his acclaimed breakdown with Roseanne. Leibel continued, “You charge recognition… attention… and admiration,” with which Arnold agreed. A bit afterwards she looked at the sample for Arnold Schwarzenegger (with his name emblazoned on the ashamed of the card), but she talked about him as if she was blind of his identity. “He’s a actual aggressive and optimistic person, and wants big things, too. There’s apparently some affecting ability, too.”
Afore catastrophe with addition bung for Leibel’s book, Leno mentioned that she analyzed O.J.’s autography in it, but he abhorred discussing the specifics of her findings: “I don’t appetite to be prejudicial.” As he captivated up the book one aftermost time, he said, “It’s fascinating, it absolutely is fascinating.” The articulation bankrupt to loud applause. Aback she larboard the stage, the ambassador who appointed her gave her a big hug.
A day afterwards Leibel was ashamed in her South Beach accessible apartment activity efficiency, accessible to assay some added handwriting. “It was astonishing to get all that notice,” she said, and, as always, she’s attractive to the future: “I achievement it boosts sales — and I anticipate I’ll go on added shows.
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