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    I haven't seen this posted.. looks to be the entire book Everything Enneagram. It has a description of the Enneagram, pretty in-depth discussions of each type, and even sections on types-plus-wings.

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    Here's a really good resource I found: http://www.enneagramspectrum.com/184...eagram-styles/

    You can click on the other links on that page for more information as well.

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    I came across this website, which has amazingly insightful descriptions of each of the wing types. They are scarily accurate in describing both healthy and unhealthy states.

    Note that the wing type descriptions here are incredibly insightful, but the super short descriptions of each type without the wings are not. I am 9w8, and my husband was amazed at how well the 9w8 description fit me in both my healthy phases and my stressed out unhealthy phases, but the general description of 9s alone is not very useful.

    Here's the link:

    http://mindheart.org/junction/oldcj/ep/wings.html


    This is me 9w8 (the only thing missing is the influence of 7 in my tritype):
    http://mindheart.org/junction/oldcj/ep/types/9/98.html

    This is my INTJ 1w9 husband:
    http://mindheart.org/junction/oldcj/ep/types/1/19.html

    No wonder we are compatible!

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    Here's the google books result (a preview of the book) for "Personality Types: Using the Enneagram for Self-Discovery" by Don Riso and Russ Hudson. This book gives very detailed descriptions of the types at each level of development, which I found very useful.

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    I found another good one that I hadn't seen before: http://www.internationalenneagram.or...pes/index.html

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    http://www.the16types.info/vbulletin...147#post723147

    I found this ^..The enneagram tritype and the variant stacking.

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    http://www.ennea.com/default.htm

    I just finished read this link.

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