Vultology Course 1.0
July 20, 2018 | By Auburn

The images below contain clips from famous public figures and are presented here for the purposes of commentary, scholarship and research under the FAIR USE Act.

J-1

Rigid Posture

J-2

Face Centric

J-3

Angular Motions

J-4

Exacting Hands

J-5

Subordinate Perception

P-1

Fluid Posture

P-2

Eye Centric

P-3

Ongoing Movements

P-4

Casual Hands

P-5

Subordinate Judgment

Je-1

Head Nods

Je-2

Head Shakes

Je-3

Shoulder Shrugs

Je-4

Pointed Emphasis

Je-5

Projecting Hands

Pi-1

Inertial Energy

Pi-2

Fixed Gaze

Pi-3

Diagonal Eye-drifts

Pi-4

Worldview Rambling

Pi-5

Searching Scowling

Ji-1

Receding Energy

Ji-2

Disengaging Eyes

Ji-3

Exerted Push

Ji-4

Momentum Halting

Ji-5

Meticulous Hands

Pe-1

Alert/Wide Eyes

Pe-2

Darting Eyes

Pe-3

Perk Ups

Pe-4

Bubbling Momentum

Pe-5

Body Swaying

Fi-1

Resting Tension

Fi-2

Snarling Smile

Fi-3

Asymmetrical Mouth

Fi-4

Unbridled Radiation

Fi-5

Giddy Giggle

Fi-6

Sprite-like Voice

Fi-7

Excessive Contempt

Fi-8

Wounded Expression

Fi-9

Seelie Energy

Fi-10

Unseelie Energy

Ti-1

Absent Tension

Ti-2

Delicate Pinching

Ti-3

Emotional Neutralization

Ti-4

Stop-Start Articulation

Ti-5

Fatigued Demeanor

Ti-6

Puppeteer Hands

Ti-7

Technical Glitching

Ti-8

Pe-Momentum Clamping

Ti-9

Passive Fe-Articulation

Ti-10

Placid Smile

Fe-1

On-Beat Emphasis

Fe-2

Emotional Shepherding

Fe-3

Warm Swelling

Fe-4

Zygomatic Smile

Fe-5

Semantic Disclaimers

Fe-6

Warm Head-shakes

Fe-7

Warm Head-nods

Fe-8

Upset Tension

Fe-9

Adaptive Emulation

Fe-10

Directive Pushing

Te-1

Plateau Emphasis

Te-2

Taut Square Cheeks

Te-3

Horizontally Split Cheeks

Te-4

Nasal Monotone Voice

Te-5

Snippy Head-shakes

Te-6

Snippy Head-nods

Te-7

Snippy Shoulder Shrugs

Te-8

Overbearing Yang

Te-9

Blunt Humor

Te-10

Avalanching Articulation

Si-1

Dulled Eyes

Si-2

Confused Stare

Si-3

Slanting Edges

Si-4

Concerned Concentration

Si-5

Dancing Brow

Si-6

Anecdotal Rambles

Si-7

Indented Sockets

Si-8

Concerned Eye-Drifting

Si-9

Lightweight Inertia

Si-10

Silly Serious

Ni-1

Hypnotic Eyes

Ni-2

Unblinking Eyes

Ni-3

Zone-Outs

Ni-4

Raised Outer Edges

Ni-5

Intense Scowl

Ni-6

Abstract Rambling

Ni-7

Cryptic Speech

Ni-8

Faraway Drifting Zone-outs

Ni-9

Grounded Inertia

Ni-10

Esoteric Se Channeling

Ne-1

Naive Eyes

Ne-2

Relaxed Eye-area

Ne-3

Diverting Gaze

Ne-4

Scattered Tangent Hopping

Ne-5

Parodies

Ne-6

Indiscriminate Correlating

Ne-7

Spritely Energy

Ne-8

Buoyant Undercurrent

Ne-9

Amused Perk-up

Ne-10

Brushstroke Eye Movements

Se-1

Amped Eyes

Se-2

Taut Eye-area

Se-3

Locked-on Eyes

Se-4

Eye-Head Parallel Motion

Se-5

Tunnel Focus

Se-6

High Stimulation

Se-7

High Sensitivity

Se-8

Bodily Presence

Se-9

Hyped Perk-up

Se-10

Pointed Eye-Toggling

Version 1 - 1.5 Changelog

Ekman Emotions

The following signals are not part of the vultology code, but relevant to the proper identification of type. By learning about these universal emotions, we differentiate their presence in all people from the cognitive processing signals produces by the functions.

Ek-1

Happiness

Ek-2

Sadness

Ek-3

Fear

Ek-4

Anger

Ek-5

Surprise

Ek-6

Disgust

Ek-7

Contempt

X-1

Flat Affect

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