HOW TO ANALYZE PEOPLE ON SIGHT – FULL AudioBook – Human Analysis, Psychology, Body Language

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How To Analyze People On Sight – FULL Audio Book – by Elsie Lincoln Benedict & Ralph Pain Benedict – Human Analysis, Psychology, Body Language –
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In this popular American book from the 1920s, “self-help” author Elsie Lincoln Benedict makes pseudo-scientific claims of Human Analysis, proposing that all humans fit into specific five sub-types. Supposedly based on evolutionary theory, it is claimed that distinctive traits can be foretold through analysis of outward appearance. While not considered to be a serious work by the scientific community, “How To Analyze People On Sight” makes for an entertaining read.
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Chapter and Chapter & START TIMES:

01 – Front matter — – 00:00
02 – Human Analysis – 04:24
03 – Chapter 1, part 1 The Alimentive Type – 46:00
04 – Chapter 1, part 2 The Alimentive Type – 1:08:20
05 – Chapter 2, part 1 The Thoracic Type – 1:38:44
06 – Chapter 2, part 2 The Thoracic Type – 2:10:52
07 – Chapter 3, part 1 The Muscular type – 2:39:24
08 – Chapter 3, part 2 The Muscular type – 3:00:01
09 – Chapter 4, part 1 The Osseous Type – 3:22:01
10 – Chapter 4, part 2 The Osseous Type – 3:43:50
11 – Chapter 5, part 1 The Cerebral Type – 4:06:11
12 – Chapter 5, part 2 The Cerebral Type – 4:27:09
13 – Chapter 6, part 1 Types That Should and Should Not Marry Each Other – 4:53:15
14 – Chapter 6, part 2 Types That Should and Should Not Marry Each Other – 5:17:29
15 – Chapter 7, part 1 Vocations For Each Type – 5:48:43
16 – Chapter 7, part 2 Vocations For Each Type – 6:15:29

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Zarifa 3 says:

save yourself 6 hours of listening and read this in few minutes instead: https://njgking75.wordpress.com/analyze-people-on-sight/

Zarifa 3 says:

I could not understand anything from asian reader from chapters 2!!!

JesterOxide says:

What I think people are missing is they did not insult alimentive but instead said they're usually the best at being loved agreeable bosses and able to get people to work for them. People heard the word fat and jumped to being insulted instead of realising it's used more as a description. While it is true they pointed out that these ppl can be made fun of they themselves talked about how they make excellent relationships with others and can be very sweet and playful. Plus aazing bosses.

JesterOxide says:

I'm still impressed how close thoracic relates to me. AND THATS MY LOVE LIFE TO A T XD .also I'm part cerebral it seems explaining my sudden ideas constant daydreaming, and even my big head lol but mostly I am absolutely a thoracic. Idk if that's good or bad o..o

JesterOxide says:

I was really satisfied…until I got to what I believe is my type thoracic… But I'm not sure almost everything she said sounds right but half the things said I didn't understand…for example instead of thoracic I thought she was saying flouresent.. Don't get me wrong I like this..I just wish I could have understood my type better if that is indeed my type.

minisight2000 says:

The author sounds like an mk ultra Masonic bitch!!!

karen post says:

To the reader of chapter 2- asian lady. You are brave to contribute. Thank you. Dont give up. Remember the western audience needs a bit of melody and strong grab of each and every word in the sentence. Go for it. Loud and clear.

Hashtag EV says:

I was hoping it wasn't true but it is… that fucking accent.

mareena bowman says:

Ugh wish I could understand this Asian lady!

Allan Core says:

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Kelbooyah says:

Couldn’t understand the Asian girl (skipped all that) and the one around hour 3.5 sounded like she had gum or a piece of candy in her mouth. She knows better than that…😒😒

Occultis Aperta says:

2:39:27 skip past the Asian.

m kla says:

his accent doesn't make this true…. Two years later a new category. Categories just make people blind to everything in front of their eyes

Michael Merlino says:

2:26:30 Just watch your welcome

hyy Hhh says:

Hardly I can understand that Asian chick……..

abc says:

I think for people who are claiming that this is bs, are not analyzing this critically. The authors, I presume, in the 1920s were studying the proclivities of these set types as they naturally formed due to genetic constituents. When people say this is bs, it's because we are not comparing apples with apples. The 1920s were not rife with excess. There were very people who were obese. According to the numbers, the avg 18 year old, white American boy in the 1920s weighed around 70kgs which is the standard weight of an Asian adult male. The Ailment type back then, had to have had very distinctive traits to enable such girth to have formed. This parlays into a personality type. These days, over a billion people world wide are overweight and obesity is fast becoming a real world reality that we can't deny that it's probably environmental too and not just a personal choice. Now if you look at Monsantos Round Up debacle there's no way that only personal choice is the issue. Underlying chemical changes to the human body has definitely been a culprit. If this book is updated, these factors are probably considered.

Dj A1A says:

I'm enjoying listening to this and learning from what is presented but I had to skip a whole section because of that lady as I could not understand her and she was not appropriate to read this at all.

Altair Ibn La Ahad says:

what is the weight pass you are considered fat? They didn't say that. I'm 150ish pounds and I behave like their fat men descriptions, oh and I'm 6 feet tall

roppoqi says:

let this play in the background so that i'll feel less lonely :')

omar mansour says:

the asian woman reading is really awful i dont know what shes saying

Julian Frederick says:

This seems to have some correlation with dr Jordan Peterson and his lectures on archetypes and how they represent differences personality types, this idea makes everyone predictable and insinuates that free will is a fallacy I have mixed feelings on this topic

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