Phrenology in Bristol
Phrenology by Professor G Rudd in 1928 at 31 Lower Arcade, Bristol, England
Courage: Boldness; Defence; Resistance; Defiance; Spirit of Opposition; Resolution; Self-Protection; Love of Debate.
1. The lower and back portion gives a daring, threatening spirit; the aggressive, opposing, contentious quality.
VERY LARGE: 7 – Are courageous and fond of opposition, resolute, brave and determined; fond of argument and debate; will put forth remarkable efforts in order to overcome obstacles in the way of carrying out plans.
LARGE: 6 – Are spirited, courageous, prepared for emergencies, efficient as an opponent; energetic in carrying out plans; have great presence of mind in times of danger; are aggressive in spirit and action.
FULL: 5 – Are efficient to overcome obstacles, and quite energetic and spirited; do not lack courage, but are not contentious of quarrelsome; neither shrink from or court opposition.
AVERAGE: 4 – Have a fair amount of courage; when roused will defend your rights, but are naturally more peace-loving than combative. Your manifestation of courage and energy will depend upon circumstances.
MODERATE: 3 – You rather lack efficiency, and are not disposed to assert your rights; give way to readily before opposition.
SMALL: 2 – Lack courage; can accomplish little; cannot overcome obstacles.
VERY SMALL: 1 – Posses scarcely any energy, and withstand nothing.
TO CULTIVATE – Encourage a bold, resistant, defiant spirit; do not shrink from opposition; overcome difficulties.
TO RESTRAIN – Avoid resentment; do not take part in debate; refrain from harshness in speech and action.