Monday, 30 June 2008


Darwin's Origin of Species flashed complete in one second, and he spent the rest of his life backing it up; and the theory of relativity occurred to Einstein in the time it takes to clap your hands. This is the greatest mystery of the human mind—the inductive leap. Everything falls into place, irrelevancies relate, dissonance becomes harmony, and nonsense wears a crown of meaning. - (John Steinbeck)

But then suppose two intuitives clash!? They have diametrically opposite views and try to prove they are right.

Who is the judge and the jury?

Can we nobble the jury by picking personality types favourable to our views? 85% of the population is made up of Artisans and Guardians.

e.g. Who were the first Americans?

Sweet Thursday

Sweet Thursday

The Seer

There's a Hole in Reality through which We Can Look if We Wish — A seer invites Doc to dinner in the pines. "I don't know why they don't put you in jail. It's a crime to be happy without equipment."

Old Jingleballicks
— Suzy cleans up Doc's lab. Old Jay arrives unannounced, eats the juice from Suzy's stew. Doc goes for beer and brings back the Patrón. Old Jay muses on overpopulation and teaches the Patrón how to cheat at chess.


The Common Run of People (my heading)
Next thing is opinions. You and me is always busting out with opinions. Hell, Suzy, we ain't got no opinions! We just say stuff we heard or seen in the movies. We're scared we'll miss something, like running for a bus.

The only creative thing we have is the individual, but the law doesn't permit me to give money to an individual. I must give it to a group, an organization—and the only thing a group has ever created is bookkeeping. To participate in my gift the individual must become part of the group and thus lose his individuality and his creativeness. -

Nature of Intuition (my heading)
Darwin's Origin of Species flashed complete in one second, and he spent the rest of his life backing it up; and the theory of relativity occurred to Einstein in the time it takes to clap your hands. This is the greatest mystery of the human mind—the inductive leap. Everything falls into place, irrelevancies relate, dissonance becomes harmony, and nonsense wears a crown of meaning. -

Personality Type Forums


The personality types have their own forums, e.g.

I am so sure they are very good, or even that you will meet like-minded people, although there are some around. It also sems that people have assessed their own character incorrectly.




Folie à deux

Folie à deux (literally, "a madness shared by two") is a rare psychiatric syndrome in which a symptom of psychosis (particularly a paranoid or delusional belief) is transmitted from one individual to another. The same syndrome shared by more than two people may be called folie à trois, folie à quatre, folie à famille or even folie à plusieurs (madness of many). Recent psychiatric classifications refer to the syndrome as shared psychotic disorder (DSM-IV) (297.3) and induced delusional disorder (folie à deux) (F.24) in the ICD-10, although the research literature largely uses the original name.

If I'd thought about it I never would've done it, I guess I would've let it slide,
If I'd lived my life by what others were thinkin', the heart inside me would've died.
I was just too stubborn to ever be governed by enforced insanity,
Someone had to reach for the risin' star,I guess it was up to me.

Saturday, 28 June 2008

Type Relationships

TypeLogic: Direct Links for the Personality Types


Type Relationships

each has an area of insight that the other lacks

mutually drawn into experiential escapades

similar modes of expression: bear each other's company well

compatible strengths with opposite emphases

like Pal, but functions are farther removed: each can add to the other's strengths

share a sense of culture, but with different interests and abilities

fits Dr. Beebe's description of the anima/anumus: each is the other's inferior (4th) function

point and counterpoint on each function

perform similar functions in totally different realms

a puzzle: totally foreign in nearly every facet

same types: a typological mirror-image

arrive at the same place by variant processes

intriguingly different: interestingly so

work and play well together: minimal natural type conflict

each is both the other's mentor and student: has a "parent to child" feel

a person one might be comfortable sharing an office. Prefer similar climates, but don't necessarily have much in common as far as goals or world view

Cognitive Processes

Functions—Cognitive Processes

After observing people through the lens of extraversion and introversion for a while, Jung came to realize that it wasn’t just an orientation to the inner world or outer world that made people different from each other. It was also important to consider what mental activities they were engaging in when they were in these worlds. Jung called these mental activities functions, based on the “function” being performed. Now they are frequently referred to as mental or cognitive processes. Jung described four cognitive processes and said that every mental act consists of using at least one of these four cognitive processes. Furthermore, these cognitive processes are used in either an extraverted or introverted way, making eight processes.

The Eight Cognitive Processes Adapted from Linda V. Berens and Dario Nardi, Understanding Yourself and Others®: An Introduction to the Personality Type Code (Telos Publications, 2004)

Ti - introverted ThinkingAnalyzing; categorizing; evaluating according to principles and whether something fits the framework or model; figuring out the principles on which something works; checking for inconsistencies; clarifying definitions to get more precision.

Why is it so important to get to "true type"?

Personality Assesment - Instruments and Feedback
by Linda V. Berens
Why is it so important to get to "true type"?

In our understandings and research about personality, we have come to recognize that to behave in ways not consistent with one's inborn pattern takes a tremendous amount of energy. In fact, it is highly related to stress. Temperament and type dynamics theory states we have favorite abilities that help us meet our psychological needs. These are specific to each temperament. When we get to use these "intelligences," we not only tend to excel, we also feel good about ourselves and are energized. In fact, it seems we find ways to use these talents even when they are not part of the job.

Leader of the Gang/Team

Be a People-Person Leader


Narcissistic Rage

Narcissistic Rage also known as a Nark Attack


Narcissistic Rage

Narcissistic rages are based on fear and will endure even after the threat is gone.To the narcissist, the rage is directed towards the person that they feel has slighted them; to other people, the rage is incoherent and unjust. This rage impairs their cognition, therefore impairing their judgment. During the rage they are prone to shouting, fact distortion and making groundless accusations. It’s believed that narcissists have two layers of rage. The first layer of rage can be thought of as a constant anger (towards someone else), and the second layer being a self-aimed wrath. Two specific identified forms of narcissistic rage are explosive and passive-aggressive. The explosive form being an obvious anger, for example, damaging property (or people) and being verbally abusive. The passive-aggressive sort might be sulking or giving their target the silent treatment. They can become enraged to the point of being homicidal especially if he/she has the need to seek revenge.

Marriage of Heaven & Hell

Marriage of Heaven & Hell (an excerpt)

Prisons are built with stones of law, brothels with bricks of religion.
The pride of the peacock is the glory of God.
The lust of the goat is the bounty of God.
The wrath of the lion is the wisdom of God.
The nakedness of woman is the work of God.

Excess of sorrow laughs.
Excess of joy weeps.
The roaring of lions, the howling of wolves, the raging of the stormy sea, and the destructive sword, are portions of eternity, too great for the eye of man.
The fox condemns the trap, not himself.
Joys impregnate.
Sorrows bring forth.

Let man wear the fell of the lion, woman the fleece of the sheep.
The bird a nest, the spider a web, man friendship.
The selfish, smiling fool, and the sullen, frowning fool shall be both thought wise, that they may be a rod.
What is now proved was once only imagin'd.
The rat, the mouse, the fox, the rabbit watch the roots; the lion, the tyger, the horse, the elephant watch the fruits.
The cistern contains: the fountain overflows.
One thought fills immensity.

Always be ready to speak your mind, and a base man will avoid you.
Every thing possible to be believ'd is an image of truth.
The eagle never lost so much time as when he submitted to learn of the crow.
The fox provides for himself, but God provides for the lion.
Think in the morning. Act in the noon. Eat in the evening. Sleep in the night.

William Blake

Pink Panther

Personality Profiles Test

You may or may not be convinced of the effectiveness of personality profiles in relation to your own self and the culture which you live in.

But let me try a test.

What personality type was Peter Sellers and why?

Judge Dread

Some personality types are not compatible and some of the Judgement types are quicker to judge people and may act on their judgement much quicker than others. This judgement may be translated in trying to control other people. Several types seem prone to do this the Bullies (ENTJ), Wolves (ENFJ), the Horsemen (ESFJ) are three types and others may follow their lead. They feel they are righteous according to skewed ethics (i.e. different from mine), and they may use all the intimidation tricks mentioned by Tim Field to achieve their ends. Rats (ESTJ) in the Rat Race are often culprits.

This personalities are all Extravert Judgement types.

> ENFJ: "Teacher" = WOLF 5% Educating [Givers]
> ENFP: "Journalist" = FERRET 3% Motivating (Champion) [Inspirors]
> ENTJ: "Field Marshall" = BULL 5% Mobilizing [Executives]
> ENTP: "Inventor" = SNAKE 2% Devising [Visionaries]
> ESFJ: "Seller" = HORSE 13% Supplying (Provider) [Care Givers]
> ESFP: "Entertainer" = BUTTERFLY 13% Demonstrating (Performer)
> ESTJ: "Administrator" = RAT 13% Enforcing [Guardians]
> ESTP: "Promoter" = TIGER 13% Persuading [Doers]
> INFJ: "Author" = SKYLARK 1% Guiding (Counselor)
> INFP: "Questor = DRAGON 1.25% (Males 0.6%) Conciliating (Healer)
> INTJ: "Scientist" = HAWK 1% Entailing (part of Arranging)(Mastermind)
> INTP: "Architect" = EAGLE 1% Designing
> ISFJ: "Conservator" = MOUSE 6% Securing (Protector) [Nurturers]
> ISFP: "Artist" = CAT 5% Synthesizing (part of Composing)
> ISTJ: "Trustee" = DOG 6% Certifying [Duty Fillers]
> ISTP: "Artisan" = BEAR 5% Instrumenting [Mechanics]


Another interview question.

Crystal is in a room with four doors. How do you get to her?

See the other questions at:

Friday, 27 June 2008

The Serial Bully

Some of things the serial bully gets up to:

This is from Tim Field's web site.


The serial bully appears to lack insight into his or her behaviour and seems to be oblivious to the crassness and inappropriateness thereof; however, it is more likely that the bully knows what they are doing but elects to switch off the moral and ethical considerations by which normal people are bound. If the bully knows what they are doing, they are responsible for their behaviour and thus liable for its consequences to other people. If the bully doesn't know what they are doing, they should be suspended from duty on the grounds of diminished responsibility and the provisions of the Mental Health Act should apply.


On form of intimidation (perhaps, the most common, and perhaps the route of all bullying?) is scapegoating

The word is more widely used as a metaphor, referring to someone who is blamed for misfortunes, generally as a way of distracting attention from the real causes.

Scapegoating in psychoanalytic theory

Psychoanalytic theory holds that unwanted thoughts and feelings can be unconsciously projected onto another who becomes a scapegoat for one's own problems. This concept can be extended to projection by groups. In this case the chosen individual, or group, becomes the scapegoat for the group's problems. In other words, blaming another person or thing, for your own problems. In this context, making scapegoats is the deliberate process of bully. If the scapegoating pattern continues into early adulthood, development towards healthy personal identity is likely to be compromised, with strong likelihood of histrionic, compensatory narcissistic, and/or obsessive-compulsive, as well as passive-aggressive traits. Fully-criteria personality disorders are likely, leading to severe, ego-protecting "affect management behaviors" including alcoholism, drug addiction and other substance and behavioral process disorders.

Thursday, 26 June 2008

Downside of Boosting

Rationals NT: Ingenious, Autonomous, Resolute
Artisans SP: Artistic, Audacious, Adaptable
Guardians SJ: Dependable, Beneficent, Respectable
Idealists NF: Empathic, Benevolent, Authentic.

The Down side of Boosting

He could be ingenious but completely wrong, or even worse out of step with vested interests
He could be autonomous but an elitist tyrant and a bully who discriminates against the less bright sparks as dullard worthless pawns
He could be resolute but pursuing a wicked agenda

She could be artistic but malignant narcissant, self important and disdainful
She could be audacious, but reckless to the welfare of themselves and others
She could be adaptable, following the villainous ways of the boss

He could be depended upon to follow the dictates of the brutal meglomaniac
He could be beneficient to dispense the resources to his chosen friends
He could be respected for being 'beyond the pale' behaviour-wise

She could have feelings for the bandit (revolutionary) or land thief
She could support the cause of the enemy religion
She could be authetic but out of step with the current fashions and political policy

Who is the judge and the jury?

Is it the self-appointed Bully (ENTJ). The Rational thinker who feels compelled to assume the role of leadership because he knows best?

Or is it the Wolf (ENFJ) who is blessed with "charisma" and is disdainful of people who will not guard and support the stagnant pool?

Or is it the Hawk (INTJ) who belongs to the elitist think tank and has no experience of the lot of the common people.

Or is the Rat (ESTJ) who has learnt the rule book off to a tee?

Or is it the Unicorn (ESFJ variant) who has seen God and all has been revealed?

To the Guardian, to help is to direct, to an Idealist, to help is to provide information and resources.

The Dragon (INFP) asks a question or the Snake (ENTP) suggests and alternative method, and the Bully (ENTJ) calls in the military wing to eliminate the obnoxious objector.

Recovery of Self

It is incomplete. Recovery of self worth, self esteem, requires self analysis of your character type (Please Understand Me II) and then rectifying the deficiences.

It is not specified on the following page so I will extract the information from David Keirsey's book on page 183:

Rationals NT: Ingenious, Autonomous, Resolute
Artisans SP: Artistic, Audacious, Adaptable
Guardians SJ: Dependable, Beneficent, Respectable
Idealists NF: Empathic, Benevolent, Authentic.

Keirsey Temperament Sorter: Direct Links

Abstract or Concrete?
Cooperative or Utilitarian?
Directive or Informative?
Expressive or Reserved?


Idealist (NF)Diplomatic
Mentor (NFJ)Developing
Teacher (ENFJ): Educating
Counselor (INFJ): Guiding
Advocate (NFP)Mediating
Champion (ENFP): Motivating
Healer (INFP): Conciliating

Rational (NT)Strategic
Coordinator (NTJ)Arranging
Field marshal (ENTJ): Mobilizing
Mastermind (INTJ): Entailing
Engineer (NTP)Constructing
Inventor (ENTP): Devising
Architect (INTP): Designing


Guardian (SJ)Logistical
Administrator (STJ)Regulating
Supervisor (ESTJ): Enforcing
Inspector (ISTJ): Certifying
Conservator (SFJ)Supporting
Provider (ESFJ): Supplying
Protector (ISFJ): Securing

Artisan (SP)Tactical
Operator (STP)Expediting
Promoter (ESTP): Persuading
Crafter (ISTP): Instrumenting
Entertainer (SFP)Improvising
Performer (ESFP): Demonstrating
Composer (ISFP): Synthesizing

Dominant Process Chart

Dominant Process Chart

Interesting information on non-thinking persons and behavioural changes with extraversion.


Thinking is not the dominant process in these types. The extravert ones can be dangerous (my thoughts).

> ENFJ: "Teacher" = WOLF 5% Educating [Givers]
> ENFP: "Journalist" = FERRET 3% Motivating (Champion) [Inspirors]
> ENTJ: "Field Marshall" = BULL 5% Mobilizing [Executives]
> ENTP: "Inventor" = SNAKE 2% Devising [Visionaries]
> ESFJ: "Seller" = HORSE 13% Supplying (Provider) [Care Givers]
> ESFP: "Entertainer" = BUTTERFLY 13% Demonstrating (Performer)
> ESTJ: "Administrator" = RAT 13% Enforcing [Guardians]
> ESTP: "Promoter" = TIGER 13% Persuading [Doers]
> INFJ: "Author" = SKYLARK 1% Guiding (Counselor)
> INFP: "Questor = DRAGON 1.25% (Males 0.6%) Conciliating (Healer)
> INTJ: "Scientist" = HAWK 1% Entailing (part of Arranging)(Mastermind)
> INTP: "Architect" = EAGLE 1% Designing
> ISFJ: "Conservator" = MOUSE 6% Securing (Protector) [Nurturers]
> ISFP: "Artist" = CAT 5% Synthesizing (part of Composing)
> ISTJ: "Trustee" = DOG 6% Certifying [Duty Fillers]
> ISTP: "Artisan" = BEAR 5% Instrumenting [Mechanics]

Wednesday, 25 June 2008

ad hominem abusive

It is most commonly used to refer specifically to the ad hominem abusive, or argumentum ad personam, which consists of criticizing or attacking the person who proposed the argument (personal attack) in an attempt to discredit the argument. It is also used when an opponent is unable to find fault with an argument, yet for various reasons, the opponent disagrees with it.

It does seem a worthwhile post. This may contribute towards the perplexing aspect of intimidation. It is as good as explanation as I have found.

Concentrate on the facts.
However, it seems from the conflict resolution advice, that such a procedure is doomed to failure.
Conflict resolution:

On Establishing Facts

1. Establishing objective facts will usually not resolve a dispute. Objective reality is unlikely either to be the cause of the problem or the source of the solution.
2. Each side in a disagreement may contend that the other was at fault in causing the problem.
3. The key to resolution is not necessarily the objective truth but what is going on in the heads of the parties. The facts, even if established, may do nothing to reduce a conflict.

The Mouse that Roared

My surmise is that Tim Field is probably of the ISFJ Mouse (Guardian) personality

There are a few problems with this personality

1) they can cry intimidation when no intended intimidation occurs. The other is just being himself.
2) in their extrovert form they are very manipulative ESFJ Horse (Guardian) personality.
3) they suffer greatly when they identify opponents to their agenda.
4) they do not understand the motives and behaviour of other personalities, especially Snakes.
5) they see threats to their position, which may or may not be real. They cry intimidation as a self defence mechanism maybe even before the predator knows they exist.

This is not to deny his acquired knowledge of the malicious dirty tricks employed by other people as part of their agenda. However, it does seem to be the province of the SJ Guardian personalities. This character types are numerous, at least 26% of the population, but when they get annoyed at other types it can be very perplexing and incomprehensible to their targets.

This is relevant to anti-bullying policies which should (my opinion) concentrate not so much on personalities, but on the rights of workers, contracts of employment, police investigation into lawbreakers, remedies for defamation, and human resources to match people to their suitable jobs, planning processes so the jobs are in the right locations.


Religious Message

Legal bits (UK): -

(1) In these Regulations, "religion or belief" means any religion, religious belief, or similar philosophical belief. -

(1) For the purposes of these Regulations, a person ("A") discriminates against another person ("B") if -(a) on grounds of religion or belief, A treats B less favourably than he treats or would treat other persons;


(b) A applies to B a provision, criterion or practice which he applies or would apply equally to persons not of the same religion or belief as B, but -
(i) which puts or would put persons of the same religion or belief as B at a particular disadvantage when compared with other persons,
(ii) which puts B at that disadvantage, and
(iii) which A cannot show to be a proportionate means of achieving a legitimate aim.


In job application forms, there is an obligation to include you higher God beliefs, ahead of the Corporation who holds the reins. No religious beliefs means Absurdism, and then the Corporation will indoctrinate you into its own ethics.

The usual culprits are there:

Row 1. Christian, Jewish, Hindu
Row 2. Muslim, Buddhist, Shintoist
Row 3. Sikh, Baha'i, Jain.
Others: Rastafarianism, Zoroastrianism, Confucianism

Tuesday, 24 June 2008

Nightwatch Introduction (to the film)

Night Watch

The division of Light and Dark had always existed between the Others. Those of the Light believed it was their duty to help the weak and the helpless. Those of the Dark shunned all obligations. They did what they wanted, regardless of morals and consequences. For many millennia, the two sides fought a vicious battle. Both were willing to use any means necessary to achieve victory. Eventually they realized that if they continued their battle, neither side would survive.

The leaders of both sides forged the Grand Treaty—a set of laws to govern the way the Others used their powers. The Light Others created the Night Watch, the Dark Others the Day Watch, to ensure that neither side would violate the Treaty. The Inquisition, a group composed of both Dark and Light Others, was created to ensure that neither side became too powerful. If they spend them too quickly, the Others can use the feelings and emotions of the humans surrounding them to recharge their powers. The Dark Others use negative emotions such as pain or anger, the Light Others use positive emotions such as joy. Feeding on pain causes pain to increase, feeding on joy causes joy to wane. Because negative emotions are much easier to achieve in humans, this arrangement creates a situation where the powers of the Dark Others are easier to recharge and are much more readily available than those of the Light Others.

Since the signing of the Treaty, the Night Watch and the Day Watch have kept their eyes on each other, diligently policing every violation. The old leaders continue to plot, using humanity and the Others as their pawns. Only time will tell which side will prevail.

Divided Self

In The Divided Self, R D Laing explains how we all exist in the world as beings, defined by others who carry a model of us in their heads, just as we carry models of them in our heads.
In later writings he often takes this to deeper levels, laboriously spelling out how 'A knows that B knows that A knows that B knows ....'! Our feelings and motivations derive very much from this condition of 'being in the world' in the sense of existing for others, who exist for us. Without this we suffer "ontological insecurity", a condition often expressed in terms of 'being dead' by people who are clearly still physically alive.


Changing of the Guards
After The Invasion

The rules have completely changed. You are in a land where there their is no baseline for your intuition. Under the new slavery regime, nothing you know (intuit) means anything any more. You have been brainwashed and a new truth is being fed to you.

Your personality is forced to change:

> ENFJ: "Teacher" = WOLF > ESFJ: "Seller" = HORSE
> ENFP: "Journalist" = FERRET > ESFP: "Entertainer" = BUTTERFLY
> ENTJ: "Field Marshall" = BULL > ESTJ: "Administrator" = RAT
> ENTP: "Inventor" = SNAKE > ESTP: "Promoter" = TIGER
> INFJ: "Author" = SKYLARK > ISFJ: "Conservator" = MOUSE
> INFP: "Questor = DRAGON > ISFP: "Artist" = CAT
> INTJ: "Scientist" = HAWK > ISTJ: "Trustee" = DOG
> INTP: "Architect" = EAGLE > ISTP: "Artisan" = BEAR

The moral is do not go too far from home, or else you will lose your bearings and become diminished. This is Erewhon.
The distress gain factor for feeling lost in a strange place is Freedom of Choice.

Changing of the Guards

Gentlemen, he said,I don't need your organization,
I've shined your shoes,I've moved your mountains and marked your cards
But Eden is burning, either brace yourself for elimination
Or else your hearts must have the courage for the changing of the guards.

Monday, 23 June 2008

BSM Consulting Personality Types: Direct Links

The Sixteen Type Portraits

To read the profile for a particular personality type, click on the name of the type you're interested in learning about.

ISTJ - The Duty Fulfillers
ESTJ - The Guardians
ISFJ - The Nurturers
ESFJ - The Caregivers
ISTP - The Mechanics
ESTP - The Doers
ESFP - The Performers
ISFP - The Artists
ENTJ - The Executives
INTJ - The Scientists
ENTP - The Visionaries
INTP - The Thinkers
ENFJ - The Givers
INFJ - The Protectors
ENFP - The Inspirers
INFP - The Idealists

Home Page:



IF you can keep your head when all about you
Are losing theirs and blaming it on you,If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,
But make allowance for their doubting too;
If you can wait and not be tired by waiting,
Or being lied about, don't deal in lies,
Or being hated, don't give way to hating,
And yet don't look too good, nor talk too wise:

If you can dream - and not make dreams your master;
If you can think - and not make thoughts your aim;
If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster
And treat those two impostors just the same;
If you can bear to hear the truth you've spoken
Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools,
Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken,
And stoop and build 'em up with worn-out tools:

If you can make one heap of all your winnings
And risk it on one turn of pitch-and-toss,
And lose, and start again at your beginnings
And never breathe a word about your loss;
If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew
To serve your turn long after they are gone,
And so hold on when there is nothing in you
Except the Will which says to them: 'Hold on!'
If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue,'
Or walk with Kings - nor lose the common touch,if neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you,
If all men count with you, but none too much;
If you can fill the unforgiving minute
With sixty seconds' worth of distance run,
Yours is the Earth and everything that's in it,
And - which is more - you'll be a Man, my son!

Personality Type Descriptions: Direct Links

Type Descriptions

ENFJ: "Pedagogue". Outstanding leader of groups. Can be aggressive at helping others to be the best that they can be. 5% of the total population.
ENFP "Journalist". These people love novelty and surprises. They are big on emotions and expression. Life is an exciting drama. They are good at sales, advertising, politics, and acting. 5% of the total population.
ENTJ: "Field Marshall". The basic driving force and need is to lead. Tend to seek a position of responsibility and enjoys being an executive. 5% of the total population.
ENTP: "Inventor". Enthusiastic interest in everything and always sensitive to possibilities. Non-conformist and innovative. 5% of the total population.
ESFJ: "Seller". Most sociable of all types. Outstanding host or hostesses. They may be dependent, first on parents and later on spouses. They excel in service occupations involving personal contact. 13% of the total population.
ESFP: "Entertainer". Radiates attractive warmth and optimism. Smooth, witty, charming, clever. Fun to be with. Very generous. They make good performers, they like public relations, and they love the phone. 13% of the total population.
ESTJ: "Administrator". Much in touch with the external environment. These are responsible mates and parents and are loyal to the workplace. They are realistic, down-to-earth, orderly, and love tradition. They often find themselves joining civic clubs! 13% of the total population
ESTP "Promoter": These are action-oriented people, often sophisticated, sometimes ruthless -- our "James Bonds." As mates, they are exciting and charming, but they have trouble with commitment. They make good promoters, entrepreneurs, and con artists. 13% of the total population.
INFJ: "Author". Strong drive and enjoyment to help others. Complex personality. 1% of the total population. These are serious students and workers who really want to contribute. They are private and easily hurt. They make good spouses, but tend to be physically reserved. People often think they are psychic. They make good therapists, general practitioners, ministers, and so on.
INFP: "Questor". These people are idealistic, self-sacrificing, and somewhat cool or reserved. They are very family and home oriented, but don't relax well. High capacity for caring. High sense of honor derived from internal values. 1% of the total population.
INTJ: "Scientist". Most self-confident and pragmatic of all the types. Decisions come very easily. These are the most independent of all types. They love logic and ideas and are drawn to scientific research. They can be rather single-minded, though.. 1% of the total population.
INTP: "Architect". Greatest precision in thought and language. Can readily discern contradictions and inconsistencies. They are good at logic and math and make good philosophers and theoretical scientists, but not writers or salespeople. 1% of the total population.
ISFJ: "Conservator". These people are service and work oriented - very loyal. They may suffer from fatigue and tend to be attracted to troublemakers. They are good nurses, teachers, secretaries, general practitioners, librarians, middle managers, and housekeepers. 6% of the total population.
ISFP: "Artist". Interested in the fine arts. Expression primarily through action or art form. They are shy and retiring, and are not talkative,. They are not big on commitment. 5% of the total population.
ISTJ "Trustee" These are dependable pillars of strength. They often try to reform their mates and other people. They make good bank examiners, auditors, accountants, and phys. ed. teachers, and boy or girl scouts! 6% of the total population.
ISTP: "Artisan". These people are action-oriented and fearless, and crave excitement. They are impulsive and dangerous to stop. They often like tools, instruments, and weapons, and often become technical experts. They are not interested in communications and are often incorrectly diagnosed as dyslexic or hyperactive. 5% of the total population.



Go placidly amid the noise and haste and remember what peace there may be in silence.
As far as possible without surrender be on good terms with all persons.
Speak your truth quietly and clearly; and listen to others, even the dull and ignorant; they too have their story.
Avoid loud and aggressive persons; they are vexatious to the spirit.
If you compare yourself with others, you may become vain and bitter; for always there will be greater and lesser persons than yourself.
Enjoy your achievements as well as your plans.
Keep interested in your own career, however humble;it is a real possession in the changing fortunes of time.
Exercise caution in your business affairs; for the world is full of trickery.
But let this not blind you to what virtue there is; many persons strive for high ideals; and everywhere life is full of heroism.
Be yourself. Especially do not feign affection.
Neither be cynical about love; for in the face of all aridity and disenchantment it is as perennial as the grass.
Take kindly the counsel of the years, gracefully surrendering the things of youth.
Nurture strength of spirit shield you in sudden misfortune.
But do not distress yourself with imaginings.
Many fears are born of fatigue and loneliness.
Beyond a wholesome discipline, be gentle with yourself.
You are a child of the universe; no less than the trees and the stars, you have a right to be here.
And whether or not it's clear to you, no doubt the universe is unfolding as it should.
Therefore be at peace with God, whatever you conceive God to be; and whatever your labours and aspirations, in the noisy confusion of life keep peace with your soul.
With all its sham, drudgery and broken dreams, it's still beautiful world.
Be cheerful.
Strive to be happy.

Personality Types: Direct Links

Clicking on the type will take you to the type description, adapted from "Please Understand Me." The descriptions begin with the main characteristics of that particular type followed by information on the type relating to career, home, mid-life, and mates.




Black Hawk (INTJ)


Helicoptering: parents hover their offspring and ensure they get a good start in life by using the family influence to get their son or daughter a good job, cf. nepotism

Blackhawking: as above, but using dirty tricks to blacken the name of the genuine candidate for the job, so that their less able son or daughter gets it.

(n) : the favoring of relatives or personal friends because of their relationship rather than because of their abilities
"nepotism can get you very far in the world if you've got the right connections."

Variations are used in colonial invasions and by criminal gangs to eliminate rivals.


INTJs tend to blame misunderstandings on the limitations of the other party, rather than on their own difficulty in expressing themselves. This tendency may cause the INTJ to dismiss others input too quickly, and to become generally arrogant and elitist.



Thinking is suppressed whilst dreaming

> ENTJ: "Field Marshall" = BULL 5% > ENFJ: "Teacher" = WOLF 5%
> ENTP: "Inventor" = SNAKE 2% > ENFP: "Journalist" = FERRET 3%
> ESTJ: "Administrator" = RAT 13% > ESFJ: "Seller" = HORSE 13%
> ESTP: "Promoter" = TIGER 13% > ESFP: "Entertainer" = BUTTERFLY 13%
> INTJ: "Scientist" = HAWK 1% > INFJ: "Author" = SKYLARK 1%
> INTP: "Architect" = EAGLE 1% > INFP: "Questor = DRAGON 1.25%
> ISTJ: "Trustee" = DOG 6% > ISFJ: "Conservator" = MOUSE 6%
> ISTP: "Artisan" = BEAR 5% > ISFP: "Artist" = CAT 5%

Serpent transforming to Eagle

Black Mamba
Slithering across the courtyard with the air of a nascent siren in heat, eyes smoky, grey-black leather suit ...

When in the striking position, the Mamba flattens its neck, hisses very loudly and displays its inky black mouth and deadly fangs. It can rear up around one-third of its body from the ground which allows it to reach heights of approximately four feet. When warding off a threat, the black mamba usually delivers multiple strikes, injecting its potent neuro- and cardiotoxin with each strike, often attacking the body or head, unlike most other snakes.

They manage to drag the Mamba into the open square and give her a thrashing. She is kicked, stamped, slapped, jabbed with a pole, spitted upon. In short, the beating is cruel and violent. Imagine being thrashed in the open with half of the town people staring at you, mouths open, not helping.

It took me about ten months to work out the reason why I was attacked and ganged up against.

Roughly, it goes like this.
Snakes have their unique way of looking at the world (alien detection system, plus being deaf to gossip and reputations) like other animal types, and they have ideas that suggest change which other animal types do not like at all and they can be quite upset by the Snake. The Snake itself is thoroughly confused and under distress cannot help but respond in their natural alien manner. (I am only 20% Snake, when extroverted.)

The following personalities are particularly persecutory:

When Wolves find that their position or beliefs were not comprehended or accepted, they are surprised, puzzled, and sometimes hurt, and likely to explode in a fit of anger. Snake comprehend them, but never understand them, but the Wolves do not know much of the time. (Last night when I was in Snake mode, I was accused of winding people up. These were Wolves: they always have an agenda!)
Dogs are trustees of the institutions and do not like their cherished beliefs questioned by the Snake. Dogs dislike the Dragon even more.
Horses, especially the variants Camels and Unicorns, are extremely dangerous to Snakes because they want to control other types and the Snakes have no natural comprehension of this want. Horses may think the Snake wants to be Champion the Wonder Horse and make a premeditated attack.
Tigers are ruthless, especially the Black Panther variant, and will stop at nothing if the Snake or another animal type is in their way.
Bulls ride to and fro upon Tigers which they dare not dismount. Bulls simply crush anybody who they decide are enemies and that means Snakes.
The Ferret is dangerous to the Snake because he might find out a secret. Weasels are more problematical because they will invent false stories. The Mongoose variant is probably fatal.
Rats and Mice can contaminate everything with their droppings and could be a thorough nuisance. The Snake is not immune, but the greatest danger is that somebody believes the lies the rodents tell.
The Bear is no friend of the Snake and they just don't get on. The Cat is no friend of the Snake, but isn't really an enemy either, just not all that a good friend to anyone.
The Hawk can take a Snake quite easily and an Eagle might even do so.
Other Snakes are dangerous possibly fatal by constriction or venom. Depends on variants. Possibly friends.
The only animal types (of the same sex) that seem a safe bet are Butterflies and even Dragons could be problematical for non pure breeds. Not that I have actually met any, so I don't know. I think I spotted one though. They are easy to miss. Skylarks are good friends, but there are not many around. Skylarks are really complex people and may defy Eagle logic.

Amended and extracted from
and other similar sites.

The Snake type is at a strong disadvantage unless very clever in the western society. It can be a state of constant terror. The leaders of organisations are often Bulls, the Police Force is made up of Dogs and Bears and the Horsemen are around everywhere.
Andy (Only a Snake when in a good mood, and that hasn't happened much recently.)Snake transformed into a Dragon (physically damaged version of an Eagle)I can (before the injury) morph-shift through at least five animal types, so when fit I only operate 20% in Snake mode so I can avoid this special grief some of the time.
Because of vested interests and enemies, many of the Snakes have to stay inside for risk of being beaten up, but still crap is put through their letter box. These are white ordinary British citizens. Typical persecutors are the Christian church, Conservative party right wing extremists, extreme political parties of any persuasion, land owners, Banks, salesmen of all kinds, petrolheads and anti-socialists (who have down on Snakes).Some of these groups have the capacity to organise professional hits if a Snake threatens their vested interests: not so much a conspiracy, more like-minded people.
Snakes may have difficulty getting work, except in the fringe theatre. Schizoid/Retiring according to Millon.

> ENFJ: "Teacher" = WOLF 5%
> ENFP: "Journalist" = FERRET 3%
> ENTJ: "Field Marshall" = BULL 5%
> ENTP: "Inventor" = SNAKE 2%
> ESFJ: "Seller" = HORSE 13%
> ESFP: "Entertainer" = BUTTERFLY 13%
> ESTJ: "Administrator" = RAT 13%
> ESTP: "Promoter" = TIGER 13%
> INFJ: "Author" = SKYLARK 1%
> INFP: "Questor = DRAGON 1.25% (Males 0.6%)
> INTJ: "Scientist" = HAWK 1%
> INTP: "Architect" = EAGLE 1%
> ISFJ: "Conservator" = MOUSE 6%
> ISFP: "Artist" = CAT 5%
> ISTJ: "Trustee" = DOG 6%
> ISTP: "Artisan" = BEAR 5%

does not add up to 100%.

Spaceship Diagnosis

Spaceship Diagnosis
Relative to the position of the observer in space (inner and outer)
Consensus by the Federation

Type: Keirsey Personality Type (with the Animal profiles)
part of the four temperament types (General Classification)
= Mating types, play, help, soul, mind

Alignment: General Disposition discerned (e.g. your feeling, with an evil alignment the person could cause panic attacks and the dread). This can be masked or chaotic.

Home Planet: Sensor = Earthling or a soldier for a higher authority, Introspective (planet could be anywhere), satellites or moons indicate fans
Rival planets may be at war or peace with one another, but this is the cause of acrimony, when one planet denizens invade the territory of another. This is called trespass and can be venal or mortal.

Police: Established criminal record or repeated complaints, reputation
Judiciary: Civil proceedings and other legal factors, unsubstantiated complaints

Star System: Discerned belief system, e.g. patriarchial, heirarchial, chaotic, democratic, henotheism etc.
Associates: known associates that can influence choices.

Status: Malfunctioning indicates a false self operating system, or physical injury or psychological injury from repeated attacks

Psi Cops: Millon Map, a better form of the old fashioned psychiatric diagnoses. This is a functional Earthling diagnosis in the real world of property ownership and power and weapons.

IQ: Intelligence level on the standard quotient tests.

Sunday, 22 June 2008

Control Freaks

Weltanschauung = Looking out on to the world = Projection.

Just about every example of intimidation I have come across boils down that somebody wants to control the thinking or behaviour of another person. They have their view of the world and they want to force other people to comply with it. This is sadism which has the euphenism called assertiveness (Millon Map).

Control Freak
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

It's time to ring some changes

It's time to ring some changes

They'll arrest you son if you just stand still
They'll ask you to pose with your hand in the till
They'll ask you to die when you've written your will
It's time to ring some changes

O the politicians they look so smug
You say tell the truth and they give you a shrug
You might find the truth swept under the rug
It's time to ring some changes

Richard Thompson

Iron Train

There's an iron train a-travelin' that's been a-rollin' through the years,
With a firebox of hatred and a furnace full of fears.
If you ever heard its sound or seen its blood-red broken frame,
Then you heard my voice a-singin' and you know my name.

Did you ever stop to wonder 'bout the hatred that it holds?
Did you ever see its passengers, its crazy mixed-up souls?
Did you ever start a-thinkin' that you gotta stop that train?
Then you heard my voice a-singin' and you know my name.

Do you ever get tired of the preachin' sounds of fear
When they're hammered at your head and pounded in your ear?
Have you ever asked about it and not been answered plain?
Then you heard my voice a-singin' and you know my name.

I'm a-wonderin' if the leaders of the nations understand
This murder-minded world that they're leavin' in my hands.
Have you ever laid awake at night and wondered 'bout the same?
Then you heard my voice a-singin' and you know my name.

Have you ever had it on your lips or said it in your head
That the person standin' next to you just might be misled?
Does the raving of the maniacs make your insides go insane?
Then you've heard my voice a-singin' and you know my name.

Do the kill-crazy bandits and the haters get you down?
Does the preachin' and the politics spin your head around?
Does the burning of the buses give your heart a pain?
Then you heard my voice a-singin' and you know my name.

Bob Dylan

Careers and Personality Types

Careers matched up to the Personality Type

The lists represent careers and jobs people of various types tend to enjoy doing. The job requirements are similar to the personality tendencies of the various types. It is important to remember that these do not list all the jobs possible under the headings. And it is very important to remember that people can, and frequently do, fill jobs that are dissimilar to their personality... this happens all the time...and sometimes works out quite well. The lists are just another tool to give you ideas about careers and jobs you might enjoy. Use the lists as tool not a box!

Comment: It does not mean they are good at their jobs though. I have found it to be a remarkably accurate guide, mostly to the jobs people actually do, secondly on jobs people aspire to want to do, and thirdly when people are troubled and unhappy, it is often because either they are in a job they do not like or they are frustrated in not being able to do the job they like and are consequently depressed. Also, the attitudes of troublesome people as indicated by their jobs and personalities.


Getting to Yes & BATNA

The Book
Getting to Yes

"Getting to Yes" offers a concise, step-by-step, proven strategy for coming to mutually acceptable agreements in every sort of conflict--whether it involves parents and children, neighbors, bosses and employees, customers or corporations, tenants or diplomats. Based on the work of the Harvard Negotiation Project, a group that deals continually with all levels of negotiation and conflict resolution from domestic to business to international, "Getting to Yes" tells you how to:

Best alternative to a negotiated agreement

BATNA means 'Best Alternative to a Negotiated Agreement'. This is your alternate plan when the talks start to wobble out of control. It can also be your trump card to make the deal happen to your advantage, or walk away from it altogether.

Maggie Thatcher's Children

Philosophy (useful information)

Check out the absurd philosophy.

Check out the Horse personality:

Intimidation in the Work Place

Intimidation in the Work Place


Workplace bullies use many methods to intimidate their targets. Based on studies of toxic workplaces, the Workplace Bullying Institute has identified 25 of the Top Workplace Bully

Tactics employed by workplace bullies. See

Top Ten:

Falsely accused someone of "errors" not actually made (71 percent).
Stared, glared, was nonverbally intimidating and was clearly showing hostility (68 percent).
Discounted the person's thoughts or feelings ("oh, that's silly") in meetings (64 percent).
Used the "silent treatment" to "ice out" and separate from others (64 percent).
Exhibited presumably uncontrollable mood swings in front of the group (61 percent).
Made up own rules on the fly that even she/he did not follow (61 percent).
Disregarded satisfactory or exemplary quality of completed work despite evidence (58 percent).
Harshly and constantly criticized having a different standard for the target (57 percent).
Started, or failed to stop, destructive rumors or gossip about the person (56 percent).
Encouraged people to turn against the person being tormented (55 percent).

Four Way Test

The Four Way Test

"Of the things we think, say or do:

1. Is it the truth?
2. Is it fair to all concerned?
3. Will it build goodwill and better friendships?
4. Will it be beneficial to all concerned?"

One of the most widely printed and quoted statements of business ethics in the world is the Rotary Four-Way Test. It was created by Rotarian Herbert J. Taylor in 1932 when he was asked to take charge of a company that was facing bankruptcy. Taylor looked for a way to save the struggling company mired in depression-caused financial difficulties. He drew up a 24-word code of ethics for all employees to follow in their business and professional lives.

Red Flags of Malignancy

Red Flags of Malignancy

A specific behavior, such as being haughty, inconsiderate, or ignoring someone, can occur in widely varying contexts. So, it can be done for many reasons, not just narcissistic reasons. Nonetheless, there are few behaviors so unique to persons suffering from NPD that they should serve as red flags.

Here are eight red flags:

· puts on a conspicuous display of goodness and kindness
· damages the images of most others
· has a history of past upheavals
· is hated for mysterious reasons by people close to them
· exhibits unnatural and perplexing behavior — backwards reactions to things
· is a control freak, trampling privacy/boundaries
· is extremely self-absorbed
· has a hostile reaction to attention and credit given others

Recovery from Critical Stress and Abuse (Links)

Recovery from Critical Stress and Abuse (Links)

Tragedies, deaths, serious injuries, hostage situations, threatening situations - these events are known as "Critical Incidents." People who respond to emergencies encounter highly stressful events almost every day. Sometimes an event is so traumatic or overwhelming that emergency responders may experience significant stress reactions.

The Critical Incident Stress Debriefing (CISD) process is specifically designed to prevent or mitigate the development of post-traumatic stress among emergency services professionals.

Recovery... what is it ?
copyright starman_uk (AEST) 1997 to 2005

Throughout this site we talk about recovery quite often, so it would be helpful if I explained what I mean by recovery. Unfortunately, that is easier said than done, as it is far more complicated to answer than, say, recovery from a broken leg. Childhood sexual abuse robs us of so very many things. To a large extent, recovery is about recovering that which we had taken away from us, and giving up those things given to us that we did not deserve.

Notes on Intimidation (known as Bullying)

General Advice on Bullying

Every bullying situation is different. Bullies have a knack of finding out what buttons to press to get the reactions they want from you. So you have to be adaptable. Use the following general ideas by adapting them to suit your situation.

The BullyOnline forum was formed in 2000 by the late Dr Tim Field, sharing his unique and extensive experience of casework, his UK National Workplace Bullying Advice Line, and web site

Bully OnLine
It remains the world's leading forum on tackling workplace bullying, and can provide validation and re-empowerment for those who have suffered work abuse or bullying anywhere.

Bullying at Work

Stress Management

External Stressors
Medical stance UK (my interpretation):

The objective nature of the stressor however, is of secondary importance. Stressors' most crucial link to their pathogenic potential is their perception by the patient as stressful.

Angles on Environmental Psychology

Angles on Environmental Psychology (Angles on Psychology)
by Julia Russell (Author), Craig Roberts (Author)

This has some information on stressors, with a complicated diagram of how the sympathetic and parasympathetic nervous system responds. (Not that I can determine which bit is operating.)Later in the book the is lots of material on psycho-social stressors like high density living, pertinent to the south-east where they are putting up high density housing against informed opinion.


I was burned out from exhaustion, buried in the hail,
Poisoned in the bushes an' blown out on the trail,
Hunted like a crocodile .....

Saturday, 21 June 2008

Morph Changes on the Extraversion - Intraversion Dichtomy

Morph Changes on the Extraversion - Intraversion Dichtomy

Extroverted or Introverted

This category deals with how we prefer to interact with the world and how we prefer to get our energy and stimulation. Extraverts are energized by other people and action. They are talkers, often thinking out loud, interrupting people at meetings, or bursting into a co-worker's office to ask an opinion, and then not really listening to it. Extraverts become drained when they have to spend too much time alone; they need other people to function. Introverts, on the other hand, get their energy from their own thoughts and ideas, rather than heated discussions. Introverts rarely speak up at large meetings, preferring listening to talking. Introverts need alone time, especially after spending a few hours with people.Introverts are outnumbered by extraverts by about three to one in America. Extraverts are often rewarded in school, by participating in class discussions, and at work, because they are popular and outgoing. Introverts, on the other hand, are often undervalued because they keep their best to themselves.

> ENFJ: "Teacher" = WOLF > INFJ: "Author" = SKYLARK
> ENFP: "Journalist" = FERRET > INFP: "Questor = DRAGON
> ENTJ: "Field Marshall" = BULL > INTJ: "Scientist" = HAWK
> ENTP: "Inventor" = SNAKE > INTP: "Architect" = EAGLE
> ESFJ: "Seller" = HORSE > ISFJ: "Conservator" = MOUSE
> ESFP: "Entertainer" = BUTTERFLY > ISFP: "Artist" = CAT
> ESTJ: "Administrator" = RAT > ISTJ: "Trustee" = DOG
> ESTP: "Promoter" = TIGER > ISTP: "Artisan" = BEAR

Cross ref:

Hints for balancing different types of personalities in dialogue

Hints for balancing different types of personalities in dialogue:
Winer Foundation page:

e.g. Conflict

1. Introverts may internalize a disagreement to reflect on what took place often rerunning it inside their heads. While it's helpful to mull over what happened, how you or others acted, and how to deal with the conflict, beware not to allow this internal reflection to replace dealing with the problem in the real world. Introverts tend to make a myth for themselves that the internal dealing with an issue resolves it.
2. Introverts may avoid expressing themselves in a conflict situation. Resist this and tell your side of the story
3. When dealing with an Extrovert, you may need to "overact" a little to get your message across in language the Extrovert understands. Let your facial expressions and tone of voice reflect the importance of your point.

Ratman leaves in Wolfman's Disguise

The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator - A Critical Review and Practical Guide (C & H) (Paperback)by Rowan Bayne (Author)

The false self in this book (page 63) is described as an absence of the natural (i.e preferred) psychological type. Therefore, if someone is in the wrong job or suppressed by rigid guardians, or poverty, lack of opportunity, a whole life style will be impaired to the dissatisfaction of everybody. "Makes them into inferior* frustrated copies of other people."(* the opposite or inferior mode) Trauma and distress may be underlying and masked and only revealed by intimidation, shock, etc. So the decision the management would have to make is who is in the wrong job, between two adversaries, by examining all the evidence, not doing what is most convenient.
Andy (Human Resources)

And the Ratman leaves in the Wolfman disguise
The training school teaches the overall picture and suppresses thinking.

But if you are in the wrong school/job?
The original poem said Rainman and I always thought it should be Trainman.


The scientific basis of the MBTI has been questioned.
Neither Katharine Cook Briggs nor Isabel Briggs Myers had any scientific qualifications in the field of psychometric testing.[2] Furthermore, Carl Jung's theory of psychological type, which the MBTI attempts to operationalize, is not based on any scientific studies. Jung's methods primarily included introspection and anecdote, methods largely rejected by the modern field of psychology.[18] However, extensive subsequent studies using the MBTI assessment have shown increasing reliability and validity over the last 50 years of use and research.[citation needed] The statistical validity of the MBTI as a psychometric instrument has also been subject to criticism, in particular, the dichotomous scoring of dimensions.
(The Hawk)

Man Gave Names to all the Animals (Supplementary Verse)

Man Gave Names to all the Animals (Supplementary Last Verse)

Original words:

Changed words:

Two legged animal without any thought
He liked to open his mouth and began to talk
Fashioned some crayons and began to draw
Think I'll call it the law

Andy 2008

Phrases and Sayings

Famous Phrases and Sayings

The only purpose for which power can be rightfully exercised over any member of a civilized community against his will is to prevent harm to others.
John Stuart Mill (JN Campaigner)

We have a right, also, in various ways, to act upon our unfavorable opinion of anyone, not to the oppression of his individuality, but in the exercise of ours.
John Stuart Mill (PN Psychedelic)


Freud is 80% fraud, all except the E for Ego

The difference between the Psi Cops (psychiatrists) and the Psi Corps (psychologists) is the R for Relationship.

It is a not just a cock-up, but it is fucked up all around, as advocated by Sigmund Freud.

A Narcissist or Camel

For instance, a person with a sense of entitlement, always irritable,who cannot tolerate team approaches and touchy-feely committees, and who is adamant their way is probably correct, given their experience, full of rationalizations and disdainful of regulations which stunt creativity, is probably more likely to be from a certain country, or profession, rather than from a diagnostic category such as antisocial or narcissistic. It depends where you stand, and these categories are thus predisposing professionals to label many characteristics as pathological. The above person however, in many societies that value such characteristics, would be seen as a creative leader with drive, ambition, single mindedness of purpose, and do well. In a more British and colonial system, they would have to have Royalty in their blood, or be sent to Coventry or simply sabotaged by the others (see Millon deal with this on pages 151-155). or

Jung v Millon

Jungian (iNtuitive-Perceiver)

Suppose it is so that people differ in the ways that Jung and Kretschmer believed. Then we do violence to others when we assume their differences to be flaws and afflictions. In this misunderstanding of others we also diminish our ability to predict what they will do. Likewise, we cannot even reward others should we want to, since what is reward to us is a matter of indifference to the other: "to each his own" is the old saying, now modernized as "different strokes for different folks." To achieve the intent of these sayings will take a lot of work in coming to see our differences as something other than flaws.

Millon (Sensor-Judger)

Interpersonally Unengaged (e.g., seems indifferent and remote, rarely responsive to the actions or feelings of others, chooses solitary activities, possesses minimal "human" interests; fades into the background, is aloof or unobtrusive, neither desires nor enjoys close relationships, prefers a peripheral role in social, work and family settings).

Teddy Bear's Picnic

Every teddy bear, that's been good
Is sure of a treat today
There's lots of wonderful things to eat
And wonderful games to play
Beneath the trees, where nobody sees

They'll hide and seek as long as they please
Today's the day the teddy bears have their picnic

Moral, don't put the Artisans in charge of the Council.
They never see the wood for the trees.

Here comes the Tiger!

THe car salesman is going to make a deal.
If you wonder why your football club is going up and down the League, look no further than the personalities in charge.


I once loved a woman, a child I'm told
I give her my heart but she wanted my soul
But don't think twice, it's all right

So what sort of mate are you?

Helpmate ?
Mindmate ?
Playmate ?
Soulmate ?

Please Understand Me II page 146


Animal Farm Revisited

Animal Farm Revisited
Murder Incorporated


The Weasel (alias a Ferret) who writes the false script
The Bull who is commander of the team, advocate of the script (he even calls it his own)
The Wolf who teaches the false script
The flock of Mice who believe the script (procedures dictated by handbooks are law)
The Rats who administer the script
The Horses that sell the script
The Dogs that chase and hassle the dissenters from the script
The Butterflies who entertain with the false script
The Snake, the Dragon, the Eagle, the Skylark, all have their own agenda and don't care. And all the Rodents, Bears and Butterflies who are not aligned.
But the Snakes and Dragons are serpents are all excluded. Should they attempt to join they will be hunted down by all the animals, mostly Wolves and Dogs.
But the Eagle soars above everything. He cannot join in the fray and becomes vulnerable when down to earth, slithering and sliding down by the lake .....

The Doc
Lousy Wednesday

Fauna is in the Bear Flag Cafe and she thinks she knows best.

Perseus Pathos Scale

Psychopath: estranged from self and society, no insight
Sociopath: estranged from society, or coterie or sub-culture
Sympathetic: neutral, fence sitter
Empath: attuned to the prevailing societies mores at the prevailing time
Telepath: attuned to archetypal society mores, insight to a high degree

British Telepath is not very reliable nowadays. Best to go mobile.

She's so Cute

She's so Cute

At first he was the provider Horse and just paid the bills and got booked in for a rodeo, but now he is showing artisan spells and wants some Horse play. Fasten the martingale. The Cat wants to paint a picture.

The Terrapin is slowly changing into a Crocodile (being strangled by an Anaconda). The Mouse is collecting virgins for the Dragon.

The Rats want to force the issue. They are scavengers feeding off the the leftovers of the Bully King.

The Leopard has borrowed all your paints and is riding on the wild Mustang out on the verdant plains. The Leopard can change its spots, but it is still a Leopard at heart.

The point is that it all looks different underneath the clouds, high above. But when the mist descends nobody can see a thing, and you have to feel your way through like the rodents and Snakes. (Don't let your adversaries cloud the issue: conceptual clarity)

The Dragon is hiding in his barrow and won't come out to play.

Andy (Eagle at Night)

When I'm awake I feel like a Crocodile being attacked by an Anaconda*. I have felt this may intermittently. Crocs have been around by eons, but so have the large snakes. A conflict that could have happened 150 million years ago. (* On maybe the paralysing effects of the venom of a smaller Snake?)

Oh! And if I thought it would do any good, I'd stand on the rock where Moses stood.

Unpublished Star Trek Episode

"Captain, there are three spaceships approaching."


Type: Camel ESFJ variant
Alignment: Neutral
Home Planet: Swallowed by a Black Hole (Dark Star)
Police: No records
Judiciary: Litigation not pursued
System: Patriarchial and variance
Status: Stable, Malfunctioning
Psi Cops: Passive-Aggressive, Anti-social reputation-defending with narcissant features (Guardian)
IQ: 115

Type: Horse ESFJ (later identified as a Unicorn variant)
Alignment: Good
Home Planet: Black type, at Cold War status and under threat, Acquisitive, Reprobate.
Police: Records not known
Associates: Problematical (past), numerous
System: Patriarchial
Status: Chaotic
Psi Cops: Sadistic, Sadistic-Explosive
IQ: 90

In the distance:

Type: Horse/Rat hybrid ESFJ/ESTP
Alignment: Neutral
Home Planet: Black type, cold warring with neighbours, Acquisitive
Police: No records
Associates: Investigation in abeyance
System: Patriarchial
Status: Stable
Psi Cops: Unknown
IQ: 140

Lucky the information is to hand and it is not a suprise encounter.
Is the information accurate?

What to do Captain?

Please Understand Me II

Please Understand Me II: Temperament, Character, Intelligence
by David Keirsey (Author)


> Recommended

Millon Mind Map

Millon Mind Map

If you want a criticism of this plan, look at in the context that the Nazis, BNP, Sadistic types, Judge Dredd or the Far right, land thieves, Dark Forces have just acquired the Dictatorship power. They have black-balled you like a gypsy from every opportunity to be yourself and earn a living. They have stolen your land, reputation, burned all your books, ruined your health, kidnapped your children, murdered your spouse and tried their best to poison your goodwill. The toxic environment is like that. You want to take appropriate action, not be in the mainstream of toxic events.


Personality-Based Diagnostic Taxonomy
The Millon Fifteen Personality Styles/Disorders and Subtypes

Subtype Summary

The preceding lists the most recent and complete of the 15 normal and abnormal personalities derived from the Millon Evolutionary Theory. Each box includes first the normal prototype or personality style (e.g., retiring), and second, the abnormal prototype or personality disorder (e.g., schizoid). The following circulargram portrays the same 15 personalities in a spectrum fashion.

Hunted all around from the Altai to the Gobi Desert

Hunted all around from the Altai to the Gobi Desert, I thought I would fight back at my accusers (Horsemen and Reprobate Dogs) and ask them a few questions to see how they like it?

"Seven Steps to Satan" Interview

1) What alphabetical letter follows the sequence: R O Y G B I ?
2) Are you Gay?
3) Can Leopards Change their Spots?
4) What is the first Vegetable you think of?
5) Does God exist?
6) Would you expect your new clients to be courteous or respectful?
7) What painting (s) would you hang on your office wall?

My design portfolio of the interview questions. It is only designed to get rid of the chaotics and separate the Ferrets from the Weasels.

I am going to make natural salami out of the dead meat from the rival firm.

The New Boss from Arcana.

Cybermen and Daleks

The Cybermen are already here
In "The Age of Steel", the Doctor is able to defeat the Cybermen by shutting down their emotional inhibitors, enabling them to "see" what had become of them. Their realization of what they had become led them to either simply shut down out of sheer horror, or partially explode.

Daleks are organisms from the planet Skaro, integrated within a tank-like mechanical casing. The resulting creatures are a powerful race bent on universal conquest and domination, utterly without pity, compassion or remorse (as all of their emotions were removed except hate).

Friday, 20 June 2008

Four Card Types

Clubs = Guardians SJ
Spades = Artisans SP
Diamonds = Rationals NT
Hearts = Idealists NF

Guardians + Artisans make up 85% of all character types/personality preferences.

Extraverted (E) or Introverted (I)
Sensing (S) or iNtuitive (N)
Thinking (T) or Feeling (F)
Judging (J) or Perceiving (P)

Modern Animism World

The World of Modern Personality Types

> ENFJ: "Teacher" = WOLF 5% Educating [Givers]
> ENFP: "Journalist" = FERRET 3% Motivating (Champion) [Inspirors]
> ENTJ: "Field Marshall" = BULL 5% Mobilizing [Executives]
> ENTP: "Inventor" = SNAKE 2% Devising [Visionaries]
> ESFJ: "Seller" = HORSE 13% Supplying (Provider) [Care Givers]
> ESFP: "Entertainer" = BUTTERFLY 13% Demonstrating (Performer)
> ESTJ: "Administrator" = RAT 13% Enforcing [Guardians]
> ESTP: "Promoter" = TIGER 13% Persuading [Doers]
> INFJ: "Author" = SKYLARK 1% Guiding (Counselor)
> INFP: "Questor = DRAGON 1.25% (Males 0.6%) Conciliating (Healer)
> INTJ: "Scientist" = HAWK 1% Entailing (part of Arranging)(Mastermind)
> INTP: "Architect" = EAGLE 1% Designing
> ISFJ: "Conservator" = MOUSE 6% Securing (Protector) [Nurturers]
> ISFP: "Artist" = CAT 5% Synthesizing (part of Composing)
> ISTJ: "Trustee" = DOG 6% Certifying [Duty Fillers]
> ISTP: "Artisan" = BEAR 5% Instrumenting [Mechanics]

The Sore Dragon


'It is 8 o'clock now. You should be getting to bed. Up you go and hurry up about it.' A and B did as they were told. They put on their crystal earrings and snuggled up in bed. Soon the sun disappeared over the horizon. The stars twinkled in the night sky. A and B were quickly sound asleep.
But strange and peculiar things can happen in the night. Yikes! there are ghosts around. The cupboard beneath the stairs began to creak alarmingly. And then this creeping pitter-patter of feet. it was a sound that didn't come from human feet. What strange creatures roamed in the early hours of the morning?
A black mark appeared on the carpet. and another one, and more and more all .the way up the stairs. They have only got four toes. These are Goblin feet. There are Goblins in the house!
'Where is B ? Where is B ? B has gone away! The horrible Goblins have captured her. They have taken her away. What are we going to do?' 'We had better tell the King.' said A . 'Where does he live?' 'He lives in the castle by the sea.'
A went off to see the King. 'The Goblins have taken B away.' 'Oh dear,' replied the King. 'They must have taken her to Devil's Dyke; a horrible place where Goblins live in holes, and owls screech in the woods. There are wild dogs and bugbears, and ghastly old crones that live there too.' The King and his Royal Court began to talk earnestly amongst themselves. 'With all of my men and all of my horses we will never get her out of there alive. What are we going to do?'
The King looked over the sea and began to pray. Suddenly, the waters began to churn and froth and bubble. What a strange sight. A Dragon has appeared! It is the good water Dragon from the Sore. What a fantastic sight! The people looked at the vivid red and green Dragon, with water running off its prickly back, and his enormous wings; and they were filled with great wonder. He flew over the harbour where the good Dwarves made the brigs. (An ancient sailing ship.)
A said to the Dragon: 'The Goblins have taken B to Devil's Dyke, and will not give her back.' 'Jump on my back,' said the Dragon. A jumped on the Dragon's prickly back. And they flew over the hills. Over Mill Hill, and Truleigh Hill. 'Truleigh Hill is a good place and true, and where the clever Gnomes live,' said the Dragon.
He flew above the ridge leading up to Devil's Dyke. 'There's one,' shouted A . 'There's a nasty Goblin!' Where had she seen a Goblin before? 'Ugh! they look a bit like humans and a bit like pigs.' With one swish of his powerful tail, the Goblin grabbed the Goblin in his tremendous claws. 'Take me to where B is!' demanded the Dragon. 'Yes, yes, at once,' replied the cowering squirming Goblin.
Again they flew over the hills until they came to Devil's Dyke. 'What are those smelly little holes?' asked A . 'They are Kobold mines, where the nasty Goblins and there horrible friends live.' The Dragon was very very angry. He said to the Goblin: 'Go and tell your horrible little pals, that if you do not release the poor imprisoned B at once, I am going to breathe fire down down your smelly black tunnels and turn you into roast pork.'
There was a great commotion and fear, until the Chief Goblin brought B up to the fresh air. 'Are you alright?' asked A . B was a little bit cold and frightened and a rash had broken out on her skin. 'That will go in a while,' said the wise Dragon. Otherwise she was none the worse the wear. The Dragon was cross and stern. He scolded the Chief Goblin: 'Now don't you go around stealing children and imprisoning them in your dirty little holes again, or else there will be trouble.'
'I've never flown on a Dragon before,' said B . 'Neither had I before today,' replied A . The Dragon flew and he was happy now. And so were A and B . And they flew over Truleigh Hill. And all the Gnomes laughed and waved. And they flew over the harbour. And the Dwarves stopped their banging and chopping and waved too. But they didn't smile because they had a lot of work to do.
The King was pleased that they were safe. 'Did you enjoy your ride?' he asked. 'Yes, it was fun,' they replied together. The first light of dawn filtered through the window. A and B took off their crystal earrings. 'Time for school,' said Mother.