Alright, I've decided to make another thread, this time far more in-depth, revealing whatever information I can to determine what exactly my type is. So let's start with MBTI/JCF and then move onto enneagram second.
Alright, from what I understand and know well enough, I use Ji and Je fairly well; Ji is Fi since I have my own unique set of ethics and values that I follow to heart, I do as I wish so long as it does not compromise my system of ethics (unless of course a particular situation calls for it, but making decisions as they come based off my gut is one of my ethical standards); so Fi fits in that spot. As for Je, I'd say my Fe is okay, but that my Te is much, much stronger and used more, thus Je is Te. As for Pe, that would most assuredly go to Ne. Then for Pi, Ni is probably stronger than Si. so Ni.
Thus Ne, Te, Fi, and Ni, are my lead functions, with Te and Fi being very close in strength. Thus technically speaking, if Ni is higher than what I take it granted for (Ni may be very high, almost as much as Ne), then I could fit the function order of both INTJ and ENFP: (Ni/Ne) > (Te/Fi) > (Se/Si), or xNxx.
However, I would also like the input of others as to what they think of my function order and whatnot. I should also mention that having Asperger's syndrome, which had rendered my social skills somewhat askew and made me a very shy person who is somewhat anti-social. But I do want to sometimes interact with others and embrace companionship, which is why I turn to the internet for my socialization. Although my shyness over time has slowly started to diminish from what it used to be a long time ago, so with time shyness may not even be relevant. Perhaps then I'm an extrovert who has yet to come out of his shell?
I have limited it down to these types:
although it could wing this way as well:
well maybe anyway.
What's confusing is that my mother said the 9w8 description fit me best, yet I was told core 9 probably isn't me. The it occurred to me while I was sitting in Jack-in-the-Box waiting for an interview, my outward persona can only reveal so much about me, that parts of my true self lay underneath my exterior known only to me. Thus my desire to seek an identity, to be able to embrace my internalized emotions, to find that existential freedom, it all means that I'm a 4. When I first read about the enneagram (from TV Tropes) I immediately identified with four the most, five the second most. And 4 was the type that I often got the highest results with. Thus I am a four, but my emotions aren't out of control, rather they are tempered and internalized within me, probably from a 5 wing.
As for 6 and 9, I can't decide. All I know is that 6 is afraid of 7 because 7 8 9.
If you have any other ideas or questions, please present them. And thank you.