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    I'm just going to post a random comment here in this thread in hopes of getting it fired up again simply out of boredom.

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    Rw maybe I was wrong about typing you as an istp. Ntp sounds better. However all intps I know have one trait in common - which you don't seem to even bother about - which is being labled as walking encyclopedias. It's not their desire to read a lot/gather information which shocks me. It's as to where they find the time. Where the hell do they find the time to read that much? So I ask you, do you read a shitton of information? From what I can guess, you don't because you don't seem to be very informative. You do however seem to have good realizations (Ni maybe?) through observations which is most commonly seen with istps and intjs followed by infjs and isfps. Intps provide infor/knowledge they have gathered whereas Ni types share their realizations. Some (Intj, verbal isfp) more adamantly than others (infj, istp).

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    @Riva that was actually a very well-though out responce.

    I do actually spend a lot of time gathering information (see the links in my signature), and record much of the data in notebooks (some people tried to tell me that's Se gathering a cluster-ton of information and data), but I don't present it very formally like most INTPs might choose to do; I make it very much more random and bouncy, seeing where various connections will direct me. Yes, I do indeed also make many observations about the world at large, and then meditate upon all of it in hopes of synthesizing it together. The actual fusion of all the obervations together is what I share in the "informative realization".

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    Does my new epic avatar of the Jedi Revan look ISTPish?

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    It's kind of funny because nobody who's actually an ISTP wants me to be one, but a whole horde of genuine Ns say that my intuition is less natural and tertiary, which correlates with me being ISTP. It's very annoying being in the middle of ISTP and INTP! Why can't everyone just see me as one or the other?

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    You're an INTP dude. Your Se is non-existent.

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    The human brain transits many developmental stages. I'm 100 percent sure this individual is an evolving ENFJ.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-5bAT0o5tnw Raptor Wizard

    Notice the hand gestures; very un-ISTP like. Very un-INTP like. Notice the abrupt tonality for emphasis.

    Now compare to this correctly self-identified ENFJ who is a few years older.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-799K0BCnc4 Go to 2:35 in the video and you'll notice an identical communications style in comparing to 0:19 in the Raptorwizard video.

    The following example is an individual who put together a video along the way of their own unique developmental stages. Self-identified ISTP. Later evolved to an ESTP. In the video would also be questionable in considering whether an INTP...except for the eye movement. Style of hand gestures. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5QMUFST6tdI

    Now compare to an individual I think has correctly typed as INTP. Notice how the eye movement differs, and lack of hand gestures.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1kHdUyq1acA

    And now for the crème de la crème!

    RaptorWizard is speaking of abstract topics "his own cosmology" that simply would not occur to an INTP.

    The REAL Personality Types Made Relevant was written by a genius.

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    ENFJ: The Cult Leader

    ENFJs are big thinkers. They are extremely charismatic, and wish to offer the benefit of their wisdom to the world at large. They tend to see the grand scheme of things, and to be able to deduce connections between things that other people miss; these psychological personality traits are the result fo the fact that they are the Messiah.

    ENFJs use their charisma and their knowledge to teach others, benevolently helping their fellow man reach a higher plane of evolution through such unorthodox but enlightened means as Psychic Third Nostril Enlargement. They then retire to secluded farmhouses in rural areas, where their followers express appreciation for the ENFJs by signing over all their worldly possessions and giving up their wives and daughters to the ENFJ's "special care."

    RECREATION: ENFJs are fond of collecting things, such as wives, guns, ammunition, and FBI search warrants. ENFJs often pass their leisure time engaged in such pursuits as self-flagellation or being nailed to things. Some ENFJs eschew these activities, preferring instead to watch their followers engage in them, offering suggestions and gentle advice when appropriate.

    COMPATIBILITY: ENFJs make natural companions and mentors to INFJs. They often get along well with ENFPs, although a friendly rivalry may sometimes erupt between the two.

    Famous ENFJs include J. R. "Bob" Dobbs.





    That is an ENFJ; yet to complete the shortly arriving later developmental stages.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sLiPpY View Post
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    The REAL Personality Types Made Relevant was written by a genius.

    http://www.xeromag.com/fun/personality.html
    Love that website!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poimandres View Post
    @Riva that was actually a very well-though out responce.

    I do actually spend a lot of time gathering information (see the links in my signature), and record much of the data in notebooks (some people tried to tell me that's Se gathering a cluster-ton of information and data), but I don't present it very formally like most INTPs might choose to do; I make it very much more random and bouncy, seeing where various connections will direct me. Yes, I do indeed also make many observations about the world at large, and then meditate upon all of it in hopes of synthesizing it together. The actual fusion of all the obervations together is what I share in the "informative realization".
    If you would use your INTP learning capacities and develop your independent capacity for thinking, you would see that this "Se gathering information" stuff is bogus. Most of the ideas presented on these forums is bogus, for example, the idea that Se is equal to sensing/gathering info, or that Si is some kind of "memory type."
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    @Poimandres - I noticed you change your Enneagram with new typings. Why is that? Enneagram is about your motivations and fixations, which run separately from your MBTI type. When you were ISTP it was 7w6/w8 (correct me if I'm wrong), but now it is 5w6. So your motivations/fixations have suddenly had a dramatic change on a whim? It wouldn't change just because you have changed your MBTI, that is all I'm saying.

    You seem to spend a lot of time asking questions and information gathering that would help you come to the conclusion. But you change a heck of a lot anyway. That in itself indicates the function that promotes inclusion of all possibilities as plausible truths: Ne. I don't think you care that much about closure at all; in fact, you perhaps want to keep everything open indefinitely. Also, you can't really be in between ISTP and INTP, unless you have magnificent control over Ne-Si and Ni-Se, which seems a bit ludicrous.

    On another note, you should stop caring so much about what people think you are or are not. Just take a look within yourself and really try and figure out what the core of your being is. Write a list to describe it, anything. Then you can compare it to the functions. Outward behavior should be less on your priorities, it doesn't always indicate what is within.

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