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    Quote Originally Posted by alcea rosea View Post
    I probably couldn't.

    But, more calculations, please! I want to be amazed even if I don't understand. I think it's wonderful how people's brains work differently.
    Thank you, alcea rosea.
    The fact that you are amazed shows that you are already in the picture! The post 115 configures the dichotomy of the key number 9.
    The end numbers (11-2 etc) run to reach the middle:

    09 first, the key; then the dichotomy of 09:

    18 .. 1 + 8 = 9

    and

    27
    36
    45

    now we are apparently in the middle- but we are at the end, because we only turned around:

    54
    63
    72
    and 90 = T(9) .. T is the implication we have turned around: we have, not the number.

    When we are not turned around, the numbers run forwards. But we have turned around, so the numbers run backwards from the middle and we end where we started. In the middle, 45 "turned around" to 54.

    The first dichotomy = 18. The first and the ultimate function in the order- this we know already from the function analysis. If your first function = Ni, your eighth function = Se, the complementary party. If your second function = Ni, your seventh function = Se, the complemenary figure of 2 in 27. Then we have 36 and 45 and we turn and go back from where we started.

    The function order configures 8 and not 9 because the entirety cannot be a part of its own dichotomy.

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    T(1) = 10

    0 X 1 = T(1) - T(1)
    = 0 X 9
    It is all there.

    check

    T(1) = 9 + 1
    T(2) = 2(9 + 1)

    T(91) = 19
    T(1) - 1 = 19 - T(1)
    = 1 X 9

    T(1) - 1 = 1 X 9
    T(2) - 2 = 2 X 9
    T(3) - 3 = 3 X 9
    T(4) - 4 = 4 X 9
    T(5) - 5 = 5 X 9

    T(m>)

    6 X 9 = T(T(5) - 5)
    7 X 9 = T(T(4) - 4)
    8 X 9 = T(T(3) - 3)
    9 X 9 = T(T(2) - 2)

    T(1) X 9 = T(T)1-1)

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    Guys and Dolls.

    This is the international movie-goer's guidebook. A lesson in geography.
    Okay.
    Ladies first, cos we are gentlemen.

    French women: Impulsive, non-active, and emotional; therefore nervous: IFP. No problem there.

    Italian women: Impulsive, active, and emotional; therefore choleric: EFP.

    English women: Non-impulsive, non-active, and emotional; therefore sentimental: IFJ.

    American women: Non-impulsive, active, and emotional; therefore passionate: EFJ.

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    Very nice summation! How would you determine S v N?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ReflecttcelfeR View Post
    Very nice summation! How would you determine S v N?
    Thank you.
    An accurate observation. This is the stage. The divider is the middle hand.

    Nine is the divider.

    3 X 8 = 24
    2 + 4 = 6

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    =

    6(7 X 7)

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    1. Activity
    2. Impulsivity
    3. F

    8 types.

    1 > 2
    2 > 4
    3 > 8

    MBTI:

    4 > 16

    As you said.

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    B00C00D
    000O000
    000O000
    A00000E
    000O000
    000O000
    H00G00F


    A 1 B
    B 2 C
    C 3 D
    D 4 E
    E 5 F
    F 6 G
    G 7 H
    H 8 A

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    What do we already know?
    We know Te is found in the qualified active loci:
    Te and Fe are the only active primary functions.
    4 or 5.
    Te Ni or Te Si.

    I suggest Te Ni = 5
    Eight types in the loci.

    8/2 =4
    5 - 4 = 1
    1 = the complementary party of 5

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    A = - E
    - B = F

    ENTJ = E 5 F
    T(E 5 F) = A 1 B = ISFP

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    Let us find the others.

    We had

    0220220
    1020204
    1100044
    0000000
    8800055
    8070605
    0770660

    The straight lines have been zeroed- the eight MBTI types of the total 16 are numbered. If we pull this off then we change the page and find the others.

    5 = Te Ni
    5 - 4 = 1
    1 = Fi Se

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    000O000
    000O000
    A00000E
    000O000
    000O000
    H00G00F

    The axiom of Extraversion = D
    The axiom of Introversion = H

    B to F is the divider of D and H

    which we cross when we move from 1 to 2. Therefore 2 = ESFP.

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