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    So the enneagram has been extended to a duodecagram (skipping #10 and going up to 13?)
    Is this your theory, or is it a variation that's already out there?
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    Yes... why exactly did we skip #10? Seems rather inefficient and #13 is unlucky after all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by InvisibleJim View Post
    Yes... why exactly did we skip #10? Seems rather inefficient and #13 is unlucky after all.
    Quote Originally Posted by Zang View Post
    The point of the metagram is to escape the 13 types and become a type 10, someone who isn't seeing the world through a coloured lens. A lens started when one appreciated the need to channel a passion, make it one's mental job after one was schooled by your tenders that one is blessed in this world because of their deeds done and those left undone. A belief that has psychological implications, for it impels the youngster to put down their free scope between the 13 virtues*, to become grown up and play the mental game one adopts as his/her work... the toil that passions bind your consciousness.
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    Edited for clarity from gem's post: The point of the metagram is to escape the 12 (1-9 and 11-13) types and become a type 10, someone who doesn't see the world through a coloured lens. A lens fasioned when one appreciated the need to channel a passion, make it one's mental job after one was schooled by your tenders that one is blessed in this world because of their deeds done and those left undone. A belief that has psychological implications, for it impels the youngster to put down their free scope when one utilizes all of the 13 virtues*, and to become grown up and play the mental game one adopts as his/her work.

    If you look at the virtue diagram it seemed like 10 was the best position to place the perfect type, in line with the components of the 7 main virtues, putting love in its rightful place, as all 3 deeds are represented in the 3 synthetic virtues: hope, justice and prudence...
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    (Enters metagram.) Hey creepy Zangman.
    I just referred to the metagram to confirm thoughts about apathy meaning loss of hope...
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    I talked with Zang last night about the metagram and how I fit in it. He offered some helpful advice that resonated with me, so I'd recommend that people give it a chance even if the terminology he uses is puts you off. Terms are just symbolic placeholders anyway.

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