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    What do u guys think?

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    I've always dreamed of being as tough to kill as him.

    From Wiki:
    "[...] Rasputin's increasing drunkenness, sexual promiscuity and willingness to accept bribes (in return for helping petitioners who flocked to his apartment), as well as his efforts to have his critics dismissed from their posts, made him appear increasingly cynical. Attaining divine grace through sin seems to have been one of the central secret doctrines which Rasputin preached to (and practiced with) his inner circle of society ladies."

    Could have been an infj acting out estp behavior.

    From http://www.ocean-moonshine.net/e1428...osition=90:80:
    "Individuals of this subtype could easily be mistaken for the dominant wing, because the sexual energy tends to flow in a manner similar to the energy of the wing. A Nine with a One wing would therefore appear more One-like and a Nine with Eight might be mistaken for an Eight."

    e91 sx/so?

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    His picture has always seemed ENFJ to me...there's a certain leadership charisma about him. I dunno. I have the flu, and my brain could be spinning weird theories.
    I think I think more than you think I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by candylandjoe View Post
    I've always dreamed of being as tough to kill as him.
    According to the people who killed him they:
    1. Poisoned him with cyanide (which obviously didn't work an this sex guru)
    2. Shot him. ( After which he mysteriously escaped)
    3. Shot him a few more times in the garden.
    4. Then they threw him in a river.
    5. A few days later his body was discovered, and a doctor did some kind of an autopsy claiming that he was still alive when he was drowned
    6. After that they burned him to ashes...just in case.

    He was a big time sex addict, I don't think that can be labeled as ESTP behavior.

    Quote Originally Posted by MonkeyGrass View Post
    His picture has always seemed ENFJ to me...there's a certain leadership charisma about him. I dunno. I have the flu, and my brain could be spinning weird theories.
    From what I remember from the documentary on discovery...he didn't really say much...and he was waaaay to mystical to be an Extravert.

    Plus he was Alexandra's confidant and adviser so I guess that points to I J.

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    INTJ. They can be mystical too, see Nostradamus.

    Could be INFJ, but I don't see Fe values, more Fi.

    His sex addiction could be a consequence of the inferior Se.

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    Quote Originally Posted by guesswho View Post
    According to the people who killed him they:
    1. Poisoned him with cyanide (which obviously didn't work an this sex guru)
    2. Shot him. ( After which he mysteriously escaped)
    3. Shot him a few more times in the garden.
    4. Then they threw him in a river.
    5. A few days later his body was discovered, and a doctor did some kind of an autopsy claiming that he was still alive when he was drowned
    6. After that they burned him to ashes...just in case.

    He was a big time sex addict, I don't think that can be labeled as ESTP behavior.
    Taking the "attaining divine grace through sin" line into consideration, coupled with his history for being a mystical type is what leads me to think he's gotta have infj/estp/enfj/istp functions, so I'm basically agreeing with you, so long as you stick with your original assertion/estimation.

    But I attribute his ability to survive moreso to what I presume to be an sx/so instinctual stacking moreso than mbti functions used.

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    INFJ gone very bad.

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    doubt in INFJ, maybe ENFJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sol_ View Post
    doubt in INFJ, maybe ENFJ
    That's pure, beaming insight from Sol right there.

    Straight from the horse's goddamn mouth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by candylandjoe View Post
    Straight from the horse's goddamn mouth.
    another "genius" idea from candylandjoe. right from pig's slimy and stinking mouth

    P.S. Usualy, I use logic and intuitive impressions (plus behavior sometimes, like in this case), not all-in-one insight

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