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Old 17th-September-2011, 05:50 AM   EyeSeeCold's time 16th-September-2011, 09:50 PM    #1
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You have Head, Heart and Gut sections, and one outstanding type for each.

Myself, for example:
Head - Outstanding 5
Heart - Outstanding 4
Gut - Outstanding 9

Head > Gut > Heart or 594

Here's a wiki link to an interpretation of the clusters:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tritype#The_27_Tritypes

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http://pstypes.blogspot.com/2009/11/...gram-test.html

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Old 17th-September-2011, 06:10 AM   Masterlord's time 17th-September-2011, 01:10 AM    #2
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The Distribution of Your Scores

Type One: 26
Type Two: 11
Type Three: 14
Type Four: 39
Type Five: 48
Type Six: 40
Type Seven: 17
Type Eight: 10
Type Nine: 23
Your probable Enneagram Type

Your main type is 5.
Considering the wings you should be a 5w6.

Don't those results dictate that you're 596 by the order of your scores?

I'm 564?
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Old 17th-September-2011, 06:39 AM   EyeSeeCold's time 16th-September-2011, 10:39 PM    #3
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Don't those results dictate that you're 596 by the order of your scores?

I'm 564?
You can interpret Tritype to mean "three highest scoring types" or "highest scoring type for each section". The latter makes more sense, is the official interpretation, and is what I did.

You would be 514, "The Researcher", in that case.
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Old 19th-September-2011, 07:22 AM   Stirner's time 19th-September-2011, 12:22 AM    #4
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Type One: 27
Type Two: 0
Type Three: 41
Type Four: 20
Type Five: 48
Type Six: 25
Type Seven: 15
Type Eight: 12
Type Nine: 29

I'm a type five, and the test says I should be a 5w6. If I'm understanding this tri-type stuff, then I would be a 593: the thinker. Seems accurate.
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Old 19th-September-2011, 02:50 PM   Philosophyking87's time 19th-September-2011, 08:50 AM    #5
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I don't like those "tritypes" on that wiki link.

So I'll just post descriptions of my tritypes, as given at blogspot.

This one describes me best:

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5-4-1: these Fives are perhaps the most typical of this type’s usual description – they’re withdrawn, imaginative, ingenious, detail-oriented and sensitive. Very intelligent and creative but also somewhat capricious, fussy and impractical, they have explicit standards of intellectual ability and artistic taste and tend to reject and ridicule anything and anyone that doesn’t rise up to them. Typical isolationists who feel misunderstood by society, they hide in their ivory tower of ideas and ideals, abstractly reconstructing reality according to their own terms.
typical subtypes: self-preserving, sexual, 5w4
similar tritypes: 4-5-1, 1-5-4
flavours: individualistic, elegant, inventive and nit-picking
And this one also somewhat describes me:

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1-5-4 : a reserved, cerebral and fairly intuitive One, who has a preference for the realm of the thought and the abstract. They can be very theoretical and philosophical and like to be alone and ponder things for a long time. They have a developed imagination and a deep insight into the nature of things and people. Mainly isolationists, they have a tendency towards spareness and austerity and are generally economical and even avaritious. At times experience gloomy moods which they strangely enjoy.
usual subtypes: self-preserving, 1w9
similar tritypes: 1-4-5, 5-1-4
flavours: theoretical, philosophical, hoarding and insightful
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Old 8th-October-2011, 09:18 PM   Madoness's time 8th-October-2011, 11:18 PM    #6
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PSTypes Enneagram Test Results

The Distribution of Your Scores

  • Type One:

    11
  • Type Two:

    11
  • Type Three:

    15
  • Type Four:

    25
  • Type Five:

    45
  • Type Six:

    22
  • Type Seven:

    24
  • Type Eight:

    19
  • Type Nine:

    32
Your probable Enneagram Type

Your main type is 5.
Considering the wings you should be a 5w4.
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Old 6th-December-2011, 08:50 AM   walfin's time 6th-December-2011, 04:51 PM    #7
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Type One: 22
Type Two: 4
Type Three: 22
Type Four: 53
Type Five: 51
Type Six: 41
Type Seven: 33
Type Eight: 17
Type Nine: 34
Your probable Enneagram Type

Your main type is 4.
Considering the wings you should be a 4w5.

459, The Contemplative.

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Old 6th-December-2011, 08:12 PM   Enne's time 6th-December-2011, 08:12 PM    #8
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The Distribution of Your Scores
Type One:

18
Type Two:

16
Type Three:

10
Type Four:

32
Type Five:

37
Type Six:

35
Type Seven:

26
Type Eight:

12
Type Nine:

26
Your probable Enneagram Type
Your main type is 5.
Considering the wings you should be a 5w6.
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Old 6th-December-2011, 09:57 PM   ElvenVeil's time 6th-December-2011, 10:57 PM    #9
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  • Type One:

    12
  • Type Two:

    0
  • Type Three:

    22
  • Type Four:

    29
  • Type Five:

    58
  • Type Six:

    21
  • Type Seven:

    33
  • Type Eight:

    15
  • Type Nine:

    39
Your probable Enneagram Type

Your main type is 5.
Considering the wings you should be a 5w4.
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Old 6th-December-2011, 10:22 PM   Felan's time 6th-December-2011, 04:22 PM    #10
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The Distribution of Your Scores
  • Type One:

    12
  • Type Two:

    11
  • Type Three:

    23
  • Type Four:

    24
  • Type Five:

    53
  • Type Six:

    31
  • Type Seven:

    18
  • Type Eight:

    8
  • Type Nine:

    45
Your probable Enneagram Type

Your main type is 5.
Considering the wings you should be a 5w6.
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Old 7th-December-2011, 03:18 AM   Zionoxis's time 6th-December-2011, 10:18 PM    #11
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Type One: 15
Type Two: 10
Type Three: 32
Type Four: 28
Type Five: 28
Type Six: 31
Type Seven: 31
Type Eight: 5
Type Nine: 33

Not even sure how I was meant to respond to some of the questions. The first half I agreed, second, not so much.
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Old 8th-December-2011, 12:01 AM   Nocturne's time 7th-December-2011, 04:01 PM    #12
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The Distribution of Your Scores
  • Type One:

    25
  • Type Two:

    4
  • Type Three:

    36
  • Type Four:

    47
  • Type Five:

    54
  • Type Six:

    29
  • Type Seven:

    28
  • Type Eight:

    31
  • Type Nine:

    33
Your probable Enneagram Type

Your main type is 5.
Considering the wings you should be a 5w4.


~Hm. Alrighty then.
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Old 8th-December-2011, 01:12 AM   Artsu Tharaz's time 8th-December-2011, 11:13 AM    #13
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1, 2, 6 = fixed
3, 7, 8 = cardinal
4, 5, 9 = mutable

is this a transformation of temperament or is it to be interpreted as orthoganal?

(it would be very nice if enneagram as a whole were totally independent of type - that way we can nicely extend the number of types to 144)
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Old 9th-December-2011, 10:06 PM   Sema's time 9th-December-2011, 10:06 PM    #14
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  • Type One:

    6
  • Type Two:

    0
  • Type Three:

    14
  • Type Four:

    33
  • Type Five:

    52
  • Type Six:

    36
  • Type Seven:

    20
  • Type Eight:

    7
  • Type Nine:

    45
i have 5w6

597 to be precise.
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Old 10th-December-2011, 03:59 AM   EyeSeeCold's time 9th-December-2011, 07:59 PM    #15
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Seems like 594 is the most common here.
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Old 10th-December-2011, 04:54 AM   ObliviousGenius's time 9th-December-2011, 10:54 PM    #16
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The Distribution of Your Scores

  • Type One:

    20
  • Type Two:

    7
  • Type Three:

    36
  • Type Four:

    16
  • Type Five:

    57
  • Type Six:

    31
  • Type Seven:

    31
  • Type Eight:

    14
  • Type Nine:

    48


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Old 10th-December-2011, 11:28 AM   Artsu Tharaz's time 10th-December-2011, 09:28 PM    #17
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Seems like 594 is the most common here.
I believe something must be wrong with enneagram then. A 9 type system should act independently of a 16 types system, because they are of different bases, thus leading to numerological orthoganality.

I was able to infer an 8 type system from enneagram by dropping Enneatype 1, and this may well share subsystems with the 16 types system. This to me suggests that enneagram has been mixed with this 8 type system leading to a strange, probably inconsistent, system of type.

However, the 9 type system -is- still there, and I believe that it would act within each of the 16 type groups, and thus can be inferred by grouping members of a given type into 9 groups via two independent (and additional dependent) trichotomies (one factor would presumably be cardinal/mutable/fixed from astrology, or something resembling it).
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Old 10th-December-2011, 08:36 PM   Devious's time 10th-December-2011, 12:36 PM    #18
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PSTypes Enneagram Test Results

The Distribution of Your Scores

  • Type One:

    16
  • Type Two:

    14
  • Type Three:

    10
  • Type Four:

    39
  • Type Five:

    50
  • Type Six:

    49
  • Type Seven:

    34
  • Type Eight:

    2
  • Type Nine:

    32
Your main type is 5.
Considering the wings you should be a 5w6.



So 549? I kinda figured that tritype would fit best (any 954 combination really), though I think 9 suits me better than 5. Considering I'm frequently typed as INTP instead of INFP, it's not really a surprise getting mistyped. Also that type 9s tend to get mistyped doesn't help. They seem to fill that ambivalent roll well. xD
It took me a while before I came to the conclusion that I was type 9 with some type of strong connection to 5... and I'm still not completely sure. >.<

Here's a nice thread from personality cafe with tritype descriptions. http://personalitycafe.com/enneagram...criptions.html
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Old 11th-December-2011, 07:08 AM   EyeSeeCold's time 10th-December-2011, 11:08 PM    #19
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I believe something must be wrong with enneagram then. A 9 type system should act independently of a 16 types system, because they are of different bases, thus leading to numerological orthoganality.

I was able to infer an 8 type system from enneagram by dropping Enneatype 1, and this may well share subsystems with the 16 types system. This to me suggests that enneagram has been mixed with this 8 type system leading to a strange, probably inconsistent, system of type.

However, the 9 type system -is- still there, and I believe that it would act within each of the 16 type groups, and thus can be inferred by grouping members of a given type into 9 groups via two independent (and additional dependent) trichotomies (one factor would presumably be cardinal/mutable/fixed from astrology, or something resembling it).
You're thinking too hard about this.

Enneagram is a theory of core strengths, weaknesses, motivations, fears and desires. Typology is the study of intrinsic psychological categories with unique strengths, weaknesses, motivations, fears and desires.

They overlap.
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Old 13th-December-2011, 06:06 AM   Artsu Tharaz's time 13th-December-2011, 04:07 PM    #20
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You're thinking too hard about this.

Enneagram is a theory of core strengths, weaknesses, motivations, fears and desires. Typology is the study of intrinsic psychological categories with unique strengths, weaknesses, motivations, fears and desires.

They overlap.
And the particular nature of these theories is that they propose certain structures relating to these things. Seems like numerology vs real maths and so probably only exists in the head (which isn't to say that there aren't very real objective correlates we can form, it's just that these won't actually follow the imposed structure unless we create it artificially).

There is no Typology. =/ Just overlapping sets of psychological strengths/weaknesses/motivations etc, and with a flick of the wrist all of a sudden the whole of human experience needs to be reinterpreted because we had been living in these structures, which has become clear to us now, and so we must go about and tell everyone about these structures so we can feel their true powaaaaa!
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Old 13th-December-2011, 08:37 AM   EyeSeeCold's time 13th-December-2011, 12:37 AM    #21
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And the particular nature of these theories is that they propose certain structures relating to these things. Seems like numerology vs real maths and so probably only exists in the head (which isn't to say that there aren't very real objective correlates we can form, it's just that these won't actually follow the imposed structure unless we create it artificially).

There is no Typology. =/ Just overlapping sets of psychological strengths/weaknesses/motivations etc,
It's pretty arbitrary grouping indeed, although many of these kinds of pseudosciences and whatnot tend to be rooted in esoteric numeric systems. But Jung finally established 8 psychologically attitudes and popularized Extroversion/Introversion(sociable/withdrawn) and MBTI popularized Judging/Perceiving(order/disorder) and thus a set standard for personality systems began to form.

True there is no fixed typology, it's just a model, a tool, like mathematics.

At any rate, it's pretty evident these traits are existent, substantiated by psychological and neurological studies, and is even evident by the Big Five personality inventory. This is why I think the Big Five is desperately needed for typological theory, it can measure actual traits which can help mapping the psychological functions to concrete dispositions of the body/mind.


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I think this is the bad side of typology, it is really a delusion and believing it to be more certain than it is is destructive. Not to mention the effects of becoming self-conscious of human nature.

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Old 1st-January-2012, 02:11 PM   hitode-kun's time 2nd-January-2012, 12:11 AM    #22
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Your main type is 5.
Considering the wings you should be a 5w6.

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Type One: 29
Type Two: 0
Type Three: 21
Type Four: 36
Type Five: 52
Type Six: 41
Type Seven: 32
Type Eight: 35
Type Nine: 28

548, "The Scholar"

"The Scholar", huh? Well that was unexpected.
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Old 1st-March-2012, 04:27 AM   Treece's time 29th-February-2012, 11:27 PM    #23
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I took a different one, but same idea

You are a Type 5 with a 6 wing: "The Scientist"

Your tritype is 5w6, 9w1, 4w5.

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In enneagram theory, you have one type for how you relate to the world (either 8, 9, or 1), one type for how you think (5, 6, 7) and one type for how you see yourself (2, 3, 4.) Your tri-type contains one number from each of these triads. They are listed in the order of how strongly they present in your personality.

Your core type (your strongest type) is Type 5 with a 6 wing: Type Five individuals are cerebral, intelligent, and complex. Type Five is often called the Investigator type, because they are constantly trying to learn more about the world. To a Five, knowledge is power, and knowing more about the world around them makes the world a safer place. It’s common for a Five to withdraw into their own thoughts and ruminate on intricate ideas and concepts. Type Fives, when they are in a growth state, become self-confident and authoritative like a Type Eight. When they are stressed, Type Fives become scattered like an unhealthy Type Seven. You are a Type Five with a Six wing, which means that the cerebral nature of a Type Five combines with the troubleshooting thought style of a Type Six. This makes Type 5w6 the Enneagram type of the stereotypical scientist – the 5w6 is always creating new ideas and testing them.

Your second type (your next strongest type) is Type 9 with a 1 wing: Nines are receptive, easygoing, and loveable. Out of all the types in the Enneagram, they have a special ability to get along with others. For this reason, they’re often skilled mediators, resolving conflicts both within themselves and among others. Nines value peace, especially inner peace, very highly. When in a state of growth, Nines become energetic and driven like Type Threes. When stressed, Nines become anxious like an unhealthy Type Six. You are a Type Nine with a One wing, which means that the harmonious traits of the Type Nine merge with the idealistic nature of the Type One. You have an idealized view of the world, and your drive toward harmony is one way to fulfill that dream.

Your third type (the least-used of the three) is Type 4 with a 5 wing: Type Four individuals are intensely emotionally aware, and often retreat to their rich inner world of concepts and ideas. They are the most artistic type in the Enneagram and driven to create their own, unique identity. Type Fours value authenticity highly and express themselves whenever they can. They are one of the most individualistic types in the Enneagram. Type Fours, when in a state of growth, become principled like Type Ones. When stressed, Type Fours can become clingy like an unhealthy Type Two. You are a Type Four with a Five wing, which means that the individualist nature of a Four combines with the cerebral nature of a Five to make you one of the most creative types in the Enneagram.

Some words that describe you: relaxed, peaceful, harmonious, creative, unique, authentic, emotional, intelligent, cerebral, questioning.
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  • Type One: 25
  • Type Two: 11
  • Type Three: 7
  • Type Four: 45
  • Type Five: 37
  • Type Six: 34
  • Type Seven: 6
  • Type Eight: 15
  • Type Nine: 32
Your main type is 4.
Considering the wings you should be a 4w5.

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  • 9
  • Type Two:

    0
  • Type Three:

    16
  • Type Four:

    20
  • Type Five:

    55
  • Type Six:

    35
  • Type Seven:

    25
  • Type Eight:

    11
  • Type Nine:

    46
Your probable Enneagram Type

Your main type is 5.
Considering the wings you should be a 5w6.
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Old 8th-December-2012, 06:39 AM   redbaron's time 8th-December-2012, 04:39 PM    #29
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Type One: 17
Type Two: 2
Type Three: 19
Type Four: 15
Type Five: 53
Type Six: 19
Type Seven: 28
Type Eight: 35
Type Nine: 42


Your main type is 5.
Considering the wings you should be a 5w6.

539 - the thinker.

Can't say I'm that surprised.
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Old 5th-February-2013, 02:38 AM   QuickTwist's time 4th-February-2013, 08:38 PM    #30
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PSTypes Enneagram Test Results

The Distribution of Your Scores
  • Type One:

    43
  • Type Two:

    18
  • Type Three:

    27
  • Type Four:

    8
  • Type Five:

    45
  • Type Six:

    43
  • Type Seven:

    16
  • Type Eight:

    17
  • Type Nine:

    31
Your probable Enneagram Type

Your main type is 5.
Considering the wings you should be a 5w6.

I am at odds between 5-3-9
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these Fives might strike others as rather pleasant and cooperative persons, but they are usually more ambitious and purposeful than they let on. They are goal-oriented individualists who dream of achieving an impressive and long-lasting success in their field – they secretly desire becoming famous and leaving their mark on the world. These Fives are also more dependent on outer validation than others – they care more about their image and the way others perceive and react to them, therefore they might seem a little more conventional and mainstream in their behavior.
typical subtypes: social, self-preserving, balanced wings
or 5-1-3
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exacting, methodical, organized and fairly self-righteous, these Fives have a compulsive need for logic and order in their environment. They are hard-working and more practical and pragmatic than other Fives, focusing on the efficiency and improvement of the systems that interest them. They also enjoy and expect receiving the deserved recognition for their efforts, considering their time and involvement very precious. This tritype is one of the most cool-headed, rigid and self-controlled.
typical subtypes: self-preserving, social, 5w6
or 1-3-6
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this One is usually very hard-working and well-organized. Dutiful and diligent, they also keep an eye on their own interests and like to receive prizes and praise and boost their reputation among their peers. They prefer a leading role and can be excellent managers and leaders: they can get things done as they’re efficient, more pragmatic and also more cautious and calculated. They can sometimes suffer from a bit of paranoia, and worry about their status, finances or health.
usual subtypes: social, 1w9
I think we need a sub-subtype
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Old 5th-February-2013, 06:13 PM   MissQuote's time 5th-February-2013, 10:13 AM    #31
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PSTypes Enneagram Test Results

The Distribution of Your Scores

Type One: 17
Type Two: 13
Type Three: 11
Type Four: 35
Type Five: 48
Type Six: 35
Type Seven: 30
Type Eight: 21
Type Nine: 46
Your probable Enneagram Type

Your main type is 5.
Considering the wings you should be a 5 with balanced wings.


...............

Why does it say "with balanced wings"? What does that mean?
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Old 6th-February-2013, 05:37 AM   jantling's time 5th-February-2013, 10:37 PM    #32
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Type 1
25

Type 2
4

Type 3
17

Type 4
29

Type 5
51

Type 6
27

Typre 7
20

Type 8
6

Type 9
42

Your main type is 5.
Considering the wings you should be a 5w4.
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Old 6th-February-2013, 06:04 AM   QuickTwist's time 6th-February-2013, 12:04 AM    #33
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Why does it say "with balanced wings"? What does that mean?
Read Treeces spoiler. Basically you have 9 different types all competing for dominance with 3 different catigories: how you see your self, how you relate to the world and how you think. I think you can figure out the rest on your own.
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Old 16th-February-2013, 08:24 AM   Chad's time 16th-February-2013, 03:24 AM    #34
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PSTypes Enneagram Test Results

The Distribution of Your Scores

  • Type One:

    18
  • Type Two:

    0
  • Type Three:

    18
  • Type Four:

    17
  • Type Five:

    48
  • Type Six:

    29
  • Type Seven:

    38
  • Type Eight:

    5
  • Type Nine:

    42
Your probable Enneagram Type

Your main type is 5.
Considering the wings you should be a 5w6.

359, 593, 935 The Thinker
935 Tritype or "The Thinker" Tritype, and this Tritype will present very differently than another 9 Tritype. The 935 will utilize the Type 9 strategy as dominant, but after exhausting wings and lines of connection, will move to Type 3 and become more expedient, professional or image focused, and then to Type 5 and become more cerebral, remote and concealed. This Tritype combination will seem significantly different than the 927.
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Old 16th-February-2013, 08:48 AM   The Gopher's time 16th-February-2013, 06:48 PM    #35
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PSTypes Enneagram Test Results

The Distribution of Your Scores

  • Type One:

    16
  • Type Two:

    16
  • Type Three:

    15
  • Type Four:

    23
  • Type Five:

    31
  • Type Six:

    25
  • Type Seven:

    31
  • Type Eight:

    0
  • Type Nine:

    42
Your probable Enneagram Type

Your main type is 9.
Considering the wings you should be a 9w1.

Gut > Gut > Head? (why does this sound like duck duck goose?)
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Old 16th-February-2013, 10:46 PM   Nocturne's time 16th-February-2013, 02:46 PM    #36
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(Double posting for the hope to improved accuracy.)

Type One: 9
Type Two: 3
Type Three: 17
Type Four: 33
Type Five: 52 (!)
Type Six: 33
Type Seven: 32
Type Eight: 32
Type Nine: 46 (!)

Enneagram: Type 5 with balanced wings. (vs. 2 years ago's- Type 5w4)
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Old 18th-February-2013, 02:48 AM   purplesparrow's time 17th-February-2013, 06:48 PM    #37
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According to mine, I'm 5-9-3.

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5-9-3: these Fives are naturally diplomatic, peaceful and somewhat charismatic. They care about harmony and balance and are a bit anxious of people’s rejection and disapproval. Very sentient and tactful, they know how to reach their objectives without causing much fuss around them – they go with the flow and adapt to people and situations in a facile manner. They’re the type of people that others don’t see coming, skillfully speculating opportunities to their advantage while keeping a low profile.
typical subtypes: self-preserving, social, 5w6
similar tritypes: 5-3-9, 9-5-3
flavours: tactful, well-mannered, collected and adaptable
Sounds about right.
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Old 25th-June-2013, 12:18 AM   Minicool's time 25th-June-2013, 12:18 AM    #38
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Type One: 12
Type Two: 18
Type Three: 26
Type Four: 18
Type Five: 41
Type Six: 18
Type Seven: 25
Type Eight: 10
Type Nine: 23
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Old 29th-July-2013, 02:51 AM   BrittlePlasticDino's time 29th-July-2013, 02:51 AM    #39
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Type One: 7
Type Two: 1
Type Three: 10
Type Four: 19
Type Five: 55
Type Six: 29
Type Seven: 30
Type Eight: 11
Type Nine: 44

Your main type is 5.
Considering the wings you should be a 5w6.
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Old 29th-July-2013, 03:09 AM   Wolf18's time 29th-July-2013, 03:09 AM    #40
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I got 5-6-4. I suppose that makes me 5w6.

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Old 19th-August-2013, 06:14 AM   perhaps.ambivert's time 19th-August-2013, 06:14 AM    #41
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Type One: 34
Type Two: 3
Type Three: 36
Type Four: 31
Type Five: 55
Type Six: 25
Type Seven: 52
Type Eight: 39
Type Nine: 45

main type: 5
wings: 5w4
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Old 22nd-August-2013, 08:28 PM   Ola's time 22nd-August-2013, 08:28 PM    #42
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Type One: 48
Type Two: 55
Type Three: 12
Type Four: 53
Type Five: 55
Type Six: 53
Type Seven: 0
Type Eight: 5
Type Nine: 25

Your main type is 2 or 5.
Considering the wings you should be a 2w1 or 5 with balanced wings.
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Old 23rd-August-2013, 04:14 PM   DelusiveNinja's time 23rd-August-2013, 11:14 AM    #43
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Type One: 13
Type Two: 0
Type Three: 16
Type Four: 28
Type Five: 51
Type Six: 41
Type Seven: 22
Type Eight: 5
Type Nine: 36
Your probable Enneagram Type

Your main type is 5.
Considering the wings you should be a 5w6.
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Old 23rd-August-2013, 04:48 PM   Brontosaurie's time 23rd-August-2013, 05:48 PM    #44
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Type One: 24
Type Two: 24
Type Three: 0
Type Four: 43
Type Five: 32
Type Six: 43
Type Seven: 29
Type Eight: 1
Type Nine: 45
Your probable Enneagram Type

Your main type is 9.
Considering the wings you should be a 9w1.
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Old 23rd-August-2013, 08:10 PM   r4ch3l's time 23rd-August-2013, 12:10 PM    #45
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Old 24th-August-2013, 12:37 AM   nearfantastica's time 23rd-August-2013, 07:37 PM    #46
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5w6, with tri-type 549.

The descriptions fit me well.
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Old 30th-August-2013, 04:04 PM   Becs's time 30th-August-2013, 04:04 PM    #47
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The Distribution of Your Scores

Type One: 16
Type Two: 3
Type Three: 13
Type Four: 15
Type Five: 49
Type Six: 16
Type Seven: 13
Type Eight: 8
Type Nine: 30


I have no idea what this means - just getting my head around the MBTI designations - but what the hell here's another way of categorising myself.
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Old 31st-August-2013, 06:59 AM   carefulshesmad's time 30th-August-2013, 10:59 PM    #48
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Type One: 26
Type Two: 38
Type Three: 18
Type Four: 34
Type Five: 32
Type Six: 30
Type Seven: 46
Type Eight: 25
Type Nine: 48

I'm a 9, but considering the wing I'm a 9w1
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Old 31st-August-2013, 08:41 AM   Madoness's time 31st-August-2013, 10:41 AM    #49
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Took this test again now almost two years later.
Got 5w6, although tritype still stands the same, 594.


Looking at the 5w6 explanation, I have to say, it clears a bit of my cluelessness why my relationship broke, which I thought would last for the rest of my life.
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5w4 (sp/so/sx), Tritype 541.
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