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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    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.

    If your first function is Fi, your 8th function is Te.
    Why?

    9 - 1 = 8

    If your second function is Fi, your 7th function is Te.

    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
    I'm really trying to understand what you are saying, but I can't make a bit of sense of it. There is some information required to interpret your explanation that I must not have. Every time you say "Why?" and then put a subtraction after it you lose me.

    To me it looks like you might as well be writing...

    If your first function is Fi, your fourth function is Fe.
    Why?

    12-19 = -7


    I don't get how the subtraction explains your assertion in any way. I've read it like 4 times now.

    Do we have a language barrier? Am I just flat missing it somehow? idk what is going on...

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    Quote Originally Posted by stalemate View Post
    I'm really trying to understand what you are saying, but I can't make a bit of sense of it. There is some information required to interpret your explanation that I must not have. Every time you say "Why?" and then put a subtraction after it you lose me.

    To me it looks like you might as well be writing...

    If your first function is Fi, your fourth function is Fe.
    Why?

    12-19 = -7


    I don't get how the subtraction explains your assertion in any way. I've read it like 4 times now.

    Do we have a language barrier? Am I just flat missing it somehow? idk what is going on...
    This place will go down in a few minutes. I shall explain later.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stalemate View Post
    I'm really trying to understand what you are saying, but I can't make a bit of sense of it. There is some information required to interpret your explanation that I must not have. Every time you say "Why?" and then put a subtraction after it you lose me.

    To me it looks like you might as well be writing...

    If your first function is Fi, your fourth function is Fe.
    Why?

    12-19 = -7


    I don't get how the subtraction explains your assertion in any way. I've read it like 4 times now.

    Do we have a language barrier? Am I just flat missing it somehow? idk what is going on...
    Thank you. I appreciate you effort. :P

    Take pen and paper. Draw a circle.
    Half the circle: draw a vertical line across the circle.
    Write: F: at the top of the circle.
    T: at the bottom.

    Half the circle again: draw a horizontal line.
    Write: I: on the left of the circle.
    E: on the right side.

    Mark a point, on the circle, in exact midway between I and F. Write: Fi.
    Mark a point, on the circle, in exact midway between E and T. Write: Te.
    Connect the points you marked. You have a continuum.
    You see Fi and Te are the opposite ends of one continuum.

    In the way of an analogy, mark Fe and Ti. Connect them.

    Where does the continuum that units Fi and Te cut the continuum that units Fe and Ti?
    In the middle of the circle.

    Inference.

    1. Fi and Te share a continuum. Fe and Ti share another continuum.
    2. They cut each other in the middle.

    The silent number (the middle point of the circle) does not function.
    It counts.

    Eight functions.
    Nine loci.

    If the first function is Fe, the eighth funtion is Ti. 9 = 1 + 8.
    If the second funtion is Fe, the seventh funtion is Ti. 9 = 2 + 7.
    If the third function is Fe, the sixth function is Ti. 9 = 3 + 6.
    If the fourth function is Fe, the the fifth function is Ti. 9 = 4 + 5.

    If your first function is Fi, your fourth function is Fe.

    Where does the continuum A cross the continuum B?
    In the middle of the circle.

    T(9)/2 = 45
    T(45) = 54

    Complemention excludes.
    Inclusion units.

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    I think I actually get it. I drew a circle on my iPad and everything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stalemate View Post
    I think I actually get it. I drew a circle on my iPad and everything.
    Maybe iPad is better than the compass we were supposed to use. A pencil is the best.

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    What is?

    A thing in the loci.
    Equilibrium is gravity.
    A world is weights and measures.

    I used to watch the paesants who sold their agricultural produce in the town market.
    They had an old kind of measuring instrument.
    A clever device. You do not see it any more.
    Two cups.
    A cup for the weight and a cup for the counterweight.

    Understanding is a lost world.

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    IndyAnnaJoan:

    ".. tertiary Fi is generally seen as INTJ's."

    By whom, IAJ?

    Whoever she is, she (or he) does not see that

    E = - I
    S = - N
    F = - T
    P = - J

    1. Se; Ni
    2. Fi; Te
    3. Fe; Ti (Not Fi)
    4. Si; Ne

    5. Ne; Si
    6. Ti; Fe
    7. Te; Fi
    8. Se; Ni

    respectively.

    4 - 4 = 0

    Se
    ESFP + 4
    INTJ - 4

    Ni
    ESFP - 4
    INTJ + 4

    3 - 3 = 0

    Fi
    ESFP + 3
    INTJ - 3

    Te
    ESFP - 3
    INTJ + 3

    2 - 2 = 0

    Fe
    ESFP + 2
    INTJ - 2

    Ti
    ESFP - 2
    INTJ + 2

    1 - 1 = 0

    Si
    ESFP + 1
    INTJ - 1

    Ne
    ESFP - 1
    INTJ + 1

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    The loci in the number is not the number of the loci.
    Linear does not loci the number.
    It numbers the loci..

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcat View Post
    Isaac Asimov, A.D. 1987:

    "The Christian era has a flaw.
    The year 1 is late in history.
    Only a mathematician would see that as the most noteworthy flaw of the Christian era.

    I like your model, in theory.

    If only people obeyed the rules of Euclidean geometry.
    How elegant the world would be!
    Quote Originally Posted by Ivy View Post
    Gosh, the world looks so small from up here on my high horse of menstruation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Salomé View Post
    Only a mathematician would see that as the most noteworthy flaw of the Christian era.

    I like your model, in theory.

    If only people obeyed the rules of Euclidean geometry.
    How elegant the world would be!
    Exactly. Thank you, Salome!

    And if only John and Linda, Lenore and Dario obeyed the rules of Euclidean geometry ..
    How elegant our MBTI would be!

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