# Thread: Typology and Silent Number

1. Originally Posted by ReflecTcelfeR
The two limits of nature. Light and temperature. You can never reach the speed of light and you can never go below absolute zero. I've always found that interesting.
One limit upon the other?
Maybe not.

2. INTP

I > E
N > S
T > F
P > J

Dichotomies.
1234 = (T)4321

43 INTP Ti Ne ENTP 34
21 INTJ Ni Te ENTJ 12

0

etc ..

TNSF = (T)FSNT
FSNT = (T)TNSF

The dichotomy in the middle ground is set already.

3. We roll down the dichotomies.

While we remove the sign, we retain the graph.
5 - 1 = 4
4 - 4 = 0
Eight functions.

Anterior

4
3
2
1

Posterior

1
2
3
4

First (and fifth !) function in the order of 12345678

The number at the top of the graph (posterior included !) equals the first function in the round:
ant/post (4 - 4).

EP
An agent in the first dichotomy. Extraverted perception.

IP
What does extraverted perception do?
It introverts the rational function. It is what we have.

EJ
An agent in the first dichotomy: Extraverted rational function.

IJ
Extraverted rational function introverts perception. It is what we have.

4. Originally Posted by wildcat
We roll down the dichotomies.

While we remove the sign, we retain the graph.
4 - 4 = 0
Eight functions.

Anterior

4
3
2
1

Posterior

1
2
3
4

First (and fifth !) function in the order of 12345678

The number at the top of the graph (posterior included !) equals the first function in the round:
ant/post (4 - 4).

EP
An agent in the first dichotomy. Extraverted perception.

IP
What does extraverted perception do?
It introverts the rational function. It is what we have.

EJ
An agent in the first dichotomy: Extraverted rational function.

IJ
Extraverted rational function introverts perception. It is what we have.
I'm soaking all of this in. I'm still with you.

5. Originally Posted by ReflecTcelfeR
I'm soaking all of this in. I'm still with you.
Thank you. I knew you would.

4 + 5 = 5 + 4 = 9 = 32 - 23
4 - 5 = - 1
5 - 4 = 1

2 + 3 = 3 + 2 = 4 + 1 = 1 + 4

6. Thank you, friends.

And now back to the post 23. We are rolling down the dichotomies.

We dealt with the first and the fifth function of the function order 12345678. Anterior 4 and Posterior 1, respectively.

EP: Ne or Se.
IP: Ti or Fi
EJ: Fe or Te
IJ: Si or Ni

It means that if your first function is Ne, your fifth function is Se; if your first function is Se, your fifth functions is Ne.

7. What is the reason and reasoning of this? I didn't got it. I had to google the silent number, and all I've got, is that it is number "not listed in phone book"
Why are you listing this? What is the meaning of this?
Does it have something to do with the order of functions (from strongest to weakest)?
Does it have something to do with relationships between functions?

I hav no idea!

8. Originally Posted by darude11
What is the reason and reasoning of this? I didn't got it. I had to google the silent number, and all I've got, is that it is number "not listed in phone book"
Why are you listing this? What is the meaning of this?
Does it have something to do with the order of functions (from strongest to weakest)?
Does it have something to do with relationships between functions?

I hav no idea!
All right. I shall try to explain. Sit tight. Eat a banana.

9. EXPLANATION

Silent number is first of all about loci.
What is loci?

LOCI

Loci is about space in a room.

A ROOM

When you take a bus, you try to find a room. If all the seats are taken, you cannot find a seat.
Why?

Because a room is not infinite. It is only a given quantity of space.
As far as MBTI is concerned, this is what follows.

Why?

9 - 1 = 8

9 - 2 = 7

etc etc

In other words, Ti and Fe share a continuum.

A continuum is a room. As said, a room is not infinite. It is only a given quantity of space.

The given quantity: 9.
Why?

Loci

+ 4 + 3 + 2 + 1 0 - 1 - 2 - 3 - 4

10. Now we remove the minus party. How many minus numbers do we have? Four.

9 - 4 = 5

Why?

5 - 1 = 4

If your first function is Fi, you second function is Ne or Se.
Let us say it is Ne.

Why?

5 - 2 = 3

Now we have the ESTJ function order

Te Si Se Ti Fe Ni Ne Fi

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