typology

"There's way more than just 16 types of people"

Of course there are… We arent saying there are just 16 types.

There are 16 MBTI types
And 9 Enneagram types
Which combine to make 27 archetypes
And each archetype has 6 different stacking orders
And there’s also 3 different instinctual variants
Which can be stacked in 6 different ways

So let me see…

16*27*6*6=15,552

That sounds about right.

So yes, we are trying to fit you into one of 15,552 boxes and still account for free choice and level of emotional and mental health.

How The Hogwarts Houses Got Into MBTI
  • Gryffindor:Somebody was talking about it and they googled it up right away. They only learned about cognitive functions when their Ravenclaw friend told them that "assessing somebody based on four letters is riddikulus!!". Nowadays, they seem to type just about everyone and force MBTI online tests on strangers and their favourite celebrities on twitter.
  • Hufflepuff:Accidentaly clicked a link to CelebrityTypes.com and found out that fellow Hufflepuff Dita Von Teese is an ISFP. They were tremendously startled that you can actually describe humans with 16 psychological types and were in denial... Until an annoyingly long "MBTI Types as Puppies" post appeared on their dash. This was the point of no return.
  • Ravenclaw:They read a silly MBTI joke ("In Soviet Russia, the 16 types run blogs about YOU!") on tumblr. So yeah. They were hooked. And still can´t get enough - whenever they type "How to" into the google search bar, either "be smooth like an ESTP" or "figure out an INFP" shows up as a suggestion. MBTI memes and masterlists all originate from Ravenclaw.
  • Slytherin:Nobody knows how they got into MBTI. Their typing skills are equally enigmatic. Throw shade at people who don´t know what the enneagram is, but will gladly explain. Go Super Saiyan when a villain is incorrectly typed as an INTJ. They think that MBTI memes are basic but reblog them anyway. Have typed their enemies before family and friends.
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The MBTI types as flowers. I didn’t actually look into the meanings behind the flowers like I did with the colors post; these are just beautiful flowers that remind me of the types, so I’d like to dedicate ‘em to you(:

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Just something I put together based on type generalities and color psychology.

INTP: Dark blue - color of knowledge; often represents depth and stability.
ENTP: Dark red - representative of vigor, willpower, leadership, and courage.
ENFP: Red - emotionally intense color; energizing and bold.
INFP: Purple - represents imagination, creativity and often irrationality
ISTP:  Light blue - color of tranquility; represents stability and loyalty.
ESTP: Orange - representative of physical energy and spontaneity.
ESFP:  Yellow - attention getter; full of energy and optimism.
ISFP: Light green - represents nature; calming; symbolic of growth.
ISTJ: Gray - traditionalism and intelligence; often very serious.
ESTJ: Dark green - representative of reliability and endurance; often luxurious.
ESFJ: Magenta - universal harmony, emotions, and balanced outlook on life.
ISFJ: Silver - sensitive, and soothing; represents stability and honesty.
INTJ: Gold - color of wisdom; often represents high quality.
ENTJ: Black - color of authority and formality; stylish and empowering.
ENFJ: Indigo - color of intuition; represents idealism and structure.
INFJ: Pink - represents sophistication and sincerity.

Extroverted vs Introverted Functions

Te vs Ti

What they have in common: Logic.

Extroverted Thinking (Te): I want proof. I strive for self-evident achievement - awards, public recognition, money. I need to show you I’m right in a way everyone can understand. There’s no time for theory; we need a plan of action. What good is it if it doesn’t solve the problem? If hard science can disprove my claim, then I’m wrong. I think logic is more or less universal, therefore right and wrong are very clear.

Introverted Thinking (Ti): I want knowledge. I strive for personal understanding - satisfaction, collecting odd tidbits, feeling like an expert. I only need to know that I’m right, even if I don’t show it. There’s no need for practicality; we need to make sure this is conceptually sound. What good is it if it doesn’t have internal consistency? If you can show me logically that I’m wrong, then I’m wrong. I don’t need proof. I think logic is highly personal, therefore right and wrong are often a matter of opinion.

Fe vs Fi

What they have in common: Morality.

Extroverted Feeling (Fe): I want harmony. I strive for public approval - appreciation, respect, admiration. I need the atmosphere to be pleasant and appropriate for everyone. I’m willing to hide my true opinions if they would upset others; what they think of me is more important than what I want to say. Everyone is more or less the same; it’s easy for me to put myself in someone else’s shoes.

Introverted Feeling (Fi): I want authenticity. I strive for self-approval - knowing I did the right thing, that I was honorable, just, and fair. I need the atmosphere to be pleasant and comfortable for me. I’m willing to displease people if I need to express what I truly believe; what I want to say is more important than what they think of me. Everyone is unique and incomparable; it’s necessary for me to understand where someone is coming from before I can empathize.

Se vs Si

What they have in common: Fact.

Extroverted Sensing (Se): I want stimulation. I strive for things that are pleasing to my senses - food, drink, sports, luxury. I need to be surrounded by a physically appealing atmosphere. I am constantly aware of what is going on around me, whether it is changes in a person’s expression or the passing scenery. I notice all the details. It matters less to me whether something is familiar than whether it is aesthetically pleasing.

Introverted Sensing (Si): I want familiarity. I strive for things that remind me of my past - souvenirs, stories, traditions, our old home. I need to be surrounded by a physically comfortable atmosphere. I am constantly aware of the difference between my current environment and the way it used to be, whether it is the new corner store or my daily routine. I compare all the details to my internal ‘database.’ It matters less to me whether something is aesthetically pleasing than whether it is familiar.

Ne vs Ni

What they have in common: Abstraction.

Extroverted Intuition (Ne): I want novelty. I strive for possibility - ideas, potential, things that sound good in my head. I need to have lots of information to explore. I have a ‘mental playground’ of facts extrapolated from things I have experienced or read. I am constantly aware of what things could be. My thoughts often feel like they lack structure because they branch out in ways that are hard to explain. There are essentially many ways to look at an issue, and many possible solutions.

Introverted Intuition (Ni): I want vision. I strive for insight - the universal truth, the goal, the central meaning. I need to have information relevant to my interests to explore. I have an organized mental space wherein I’m highly aware of what I should be doing to reach the next step. My thoughts often feel like they are pointing in one direction, even if I can’t explain this direction. There are essentially a few ways to look at an issue, which can be narrowed down to one solution.

MBTI - as villains
  • INTP:The evil genius to whom scheming comes very naturally.
  • ENTP:The one who never stops playing games with the hero and is probably the biggest advocate of anarchy.
  • INFP:The person with one event in their life as the primary motivation for every bad thing they have ever done.
  • ENFP:The one who started off with a cause but is honestly just having fun messing with people at this point.
  • ISTP:The one who takes "Keep your enemies closer" to heart and befriends the squad trying to catch them.
  • ESTP:The one who does cliche villain things for the irony, and no one knows how to catch them? Meanwhile, they're just in their house laughing their ass off.
  • ISFP:The one who gets manipulated into revealing their entire plan because they think they've already won. And sometimes, they win anyway.
  • ESFP:The one who's always giving out motivational speeches to get people to join their cause and fight for them.
  • INTJ:The mastermind behind the chess board, controlling everything.
  • ENTJ:The leader of a questionable organization that probably has many, many pawns.
  • INFJ:The person who honestly thinks they're doing it for a good cause and probably has a redemption arc.
  • ENFJ:The one that will never let their plans slip, and it's always questionable what they're really after.
  • ISTJ:The one with a very detailed, sometimes convoluted, plan to get to where they want to be.
  • ESTJ:The person probably aiming for world domination.
  • ISFJ:The one who does little things to piss the hero off like leaving messages behind and flashing them a smile.
  • ESFJ:The one who maintains a facade of being good to be loved by a lot of people, so they'll have an army to defend them if they're ever accused of anything.