Salazar Slytherin is definitely an INTJ who is the founder of the house slytherine. and he pretty obviously lived an INTJ life. - rich, AMBITIOUS, smart, loner, intuitive, powerful, secretive(chamber of secrets lol). and i am pretty sure he wanted and based his house as a mirror reflect of his life. he wanted his students to be just like him (INTJish).
therefor i must say that the slytherine house was based on INTJ principles (mainly ambition)
but most of the members and descendants of SLYTHERINE are - ISTP
I agree with this.
Originally Posted by red13
INTJ in Slytherin, No No No. I consider myself certainly Clever and Intelligent and maybe, one day, wise. INTJ should be in Ravenclaw, no doubt in mind at all (well there wouldn't be would there?)
Some INTJs have very strong values. Not everyone is amoral. So, I'd say they have an equal chance of being in Ravenclaw or Slytherin. It really depends on the individual bent of the person.
Thanks for the link Mondo. I got Ravenclaw on that one (by a margin of 12, followed by Gryffindor with 10, and 8 for each of the remaining pair).
And I usually place into Ravenclaw, although I get Slytherin a fair amount too, as well as Gryffindor which I don't really buy into because I'm generally a scaredy cat. I can say with absolute certainty that I wouldn't be a Hufflepuff, though.
Okay, I had to start this one. They seem to sort the kiddies at Hogwarts into houses based on singular personality traits, so I was curious to see if it would be possible to allocate a house for every type. And whether that would end up with terribly lopsided numbers.
So, here we go:
Gryffindor: 'brave', 'daring', 'chivalrous' (disregard for the rules?)
ENFP, ENFJ, ESTP, ISTP
Is it that by its indefiniteness it shadows forth the heartless voids and immensities of the universe, and thus stabs us from behind with the thought of annihilation, when beholding the white depths of the milky way?