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    This thread makes me want to go listen to abbey Road. It's been a while since i've heard any beatles songs.

    I'm not a huge fan which is why I couldn't offer a definite opinion on their personalities. My favorite 60s guys are Bob Dylan & Frank Zappa who I'm pretty sure were ISFP & ISTP (for what it's worth).

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    It is enneagram related. as a 5w4, John Lennon hardly feel emotions in public, but was at ease to retire in solitude to really feel the emotions he could'nt feel when he was in public, and explore his oniric world.
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    Many INT artists sound extremely emotional (and emotionally intelligent ) in songs. Nick Cave comes to my mind. They know to write down what NFs feel all the time

    Lennon; INTP no doubts.

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    Well, just for temperament fun (take it with a grain of salt):

    • Ringo: Guardian
    • Paul: Artisan
    • George: Idealist
    • John: Rational

    In actuality, though, they were (and are) all likely Artisans, because I'm typing the people, not their songs.
    Last edited by The Ü™; 06-22-2011 at 03:36 PM.

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    We're missing a Beatle. Nobody is typing Yoko?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Qlippoth View Post
    We're missing a Beatle. Nobody is typing Yoko?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speed Gavroche View Post
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    If this is true... oh the irony...

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    Lennon - ESTP 7w8 sx/sp
    McCartney - ENFJ 3w2 so/sp
    Harrison - ISTP 9w1 sp/so
    Starr - ISFJ 2w3 so/sx

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    All of theses are wrong, but thank you for the participation.
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    http://www.john-lennon.com/playboyin...andyokoono.htm

    Well, I was too shy and self-doubting. Nobody seems to be as hip as me is what I was saying. Therefore, I must be crazy or a genius -- "I mean it must be high or low," the next line. There was something wrong with me, I thought, because I seemed to see things other people didn't see. I thought I was crazy or an egomaniac for claiming to see things other people didn't see. As a child, I would say, "But this is going on!" and everybody would look at me as if I was crazy. I always was so psychic or intuitive or poetic or whatever you want to call it, that I was always seeing things in a hallucinatory way. It was scary as a child, because there was nobody to relate to. Neither my auntie nor my friends nor anybody could ever see what I did. It was very, very scary and the only contact I had was reading about an Oscar Wilde or a Dylan Thomas or a Vincent van Gogh -- all those books that my auntie had that talked about their suffering because of their visions. Because of what they saw, they were tortured by society for trying to express what they were. I saw loneliness.
    That is describing the Ni type. The enneatype described here is 4.

    If the Beatles or the Sixties had a message, it was to learn to swim. Period. And once you learn to swim, swim. The people who are hung up on the Beatles' and the Sixties' dream missed the whole point when the Beatles' and the Sixties' dream became the point. Carrying the Beatles' or the Sixties' dream around all your life is like carrying the Second World War and Glenn Miller around. That's not to say you can't enjoy Glenn Miller or the Beatles, but to live in that dream is the twilight zone. It's not living now. It's an illusion.
    That describes the anti-Si Individualist type 4.
    "Everyone has a plan till they get punched in the mouth." Mike Tyson
    “Culture?” says Paul McCartney. “This isn't culture. It's just a good laugh.”

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