What is revealed full-face and in profile

August 20th 2013
If you study someone’s face and observe it both face on and in profile, even without knowing any physiognomy you may be aware that the two do not match. And this is natural, because in a way they each reflect a different personality. The full face represents the inheritance we receive from our father and mother as well as our grandparents and forebears, that is, all the qualities and faults passed down to us through heredity. The profile shows our selves. Given that heredity is a capital that humanity is continually spending, as time goes by people correspond increasingly to what their profile shows. When the full face is common but the profile expressive and noble, it means that during childhood and adolescence the person’s behaviour is mediocre or even depraved, but later, when they grow up, they will be able to overcome negative hereditary tendencies. And the opposite is also true. It is of course better if the profile and the full face are both harmonious. But be aware that, for the future, the profile is much more significant than the full face.