Tuesday, 1 July 2008

Modern Animism World

> ENFJ: "Teacher" = WOLF 5% Educating [Givers]
Found in packs and gang up on others with the leader of the pack high on charisma.

> ENFP: "Journalist" = FERRET 3% Motivating (Champion) [Inspirors]
Enthusiastic hunter and ferreter out of information.

> ENTJ: "Field Marshall" = BULL 5% Mobilizing [Executives]
Highly protective of the herd. Big boss animal. Leader of the stampede when all the other animals that cannot fly are ground to dust.

> ENTP: "Inventor" = SNAKE 5% Devising [Visionaries]
Alien system and cannot hear the words, only feel the vibrations.

> ESFJ: "Seller" = HORSE 13% Supplying (Provider) [Care Givers]
Wild horses are terrifying, but they can be tamed.

> ESFP: "Entertainer" = BUTTERFLY 13% Demonstrating (Performer)
Males are often more colourful. Lots of caterpillar style practice and shine briefly.

> ESTJ: "Administrator" = RAT 13% Enforcing [Guardians]
Do the dirty work with tunnel vision.

> ESTP: "Promoter" = TIGER 13% Persuading [Doers]
Ferocious predator, but not usually malicious. Ruthlessness can cause the same damage though.

> INFJ: "Author" = SKYLARK 1% Guiding (Counselor)
Very complicated singing the tune.

> INFP: "Questor = DRAGON 1.25% (Males 0.6%) Conciliating (Healer)
Sleeps in his barrow and sometimes goes on flights. Unknown.

> INTJ: "Scientist" = HAWK 1% Entailing (part of Arranging)(Mastermind)
Penetrating eyesight with talons.

> INTP: "Architect" = EAGLE 1% Designing
High flier in the clouds with talons.

> ISFJ: "Conservator" = MOUSE 6% Securing (Protector) [Nurturers]
Follows the same old trails (rule book) and can contaminate, but nice and cute if clean.

> ISFP: "Artist" = CAT 5% Synthesizing (part of Composing)
Goes where she enjoys best advantage. Independent and unfaithful if neglected.

> ISTJ: "Trustee" = DOG 6% Certifying [Duty Fillers]
Pack animal tamed by his Master. Varied types.

> ISTP: "Artisan" = BEAR 5% Instrumenting [Mechanics]
If they are good the Bears will go to the picnic. Big and unstoppable if they want something.



Perseus said...

More generally, animism is simply the belief in souls. In this general sense, animism is present in nearly all religions. British anthropologist Sir Edward Burnett Tylor argued in Primitive Culture (1871) that this belief was the most primitive and essential part of religion.[3] Though animism itself is not a religion in the usual Western sense, some scholars believe that it contains the foundations on which religions are built


Perseus said...

Not being on the side of the Psi Cops (psychiatrists), using the 20th century Fraudian* nonsense, I am in the camp of the Psi Corps (psychologists, R = Relationship) and the relationship component allows morph-shifting, switching from one personality type to another, by the components of thinking, sensing, outward behaviour and thinking (extraversion), and deciding whether to judge or gather more information before making a decision.

(*Freud + Guardian)


So you might think there is no excuse and the human should be able to adjust to any animal type. Alas, I have not found this to be the case. Acting out of personality type for long periods is exhausting and stressful to the point of nervous breakdown.