you’ll find the graphical expression of Blake’s take on Myers-Briggs.
It’s definite yet not definitive. It’s out here yet it’s hidden.
Best taken with a grain of salt.
Thank you, I’d love to make a chart for this, but I need some more information.
Some of what you shared here is lacking in the official chart. In the current chart INFJ has:
Implied Sun in Sagittarius (Ni dominant)
Implied Ascendant in Pisces (Fe auxiliary)
Implied Mercurius & Jupiter in Aquarius (Ti tertiary)
Implied Uranus in Capricorn (Se inferior)
Implied Moon in Scorpio (upper Fi id)
Implied Venus in Pisces (lower Fi id)
Implied Saturn in Gemini (Te superego)
Since you’ve said this, and since you’ve added implied Venus (& Mars) in Cancer (5th house) for Fe auxiliary, inevitable questions arise.
- Do INFJs have Ti Gemini implied as well? Now the chart suggests that Ti Aquarius is implied both in Mercury and Jupiter.
- If INFJs have implied Fe Cancer in Venus as 5th house auxiliary, what about the lower id with 12th house Fi Pisces implied - also in Venus?
So, you say this:
9th house: Sun / dominant Ni Sagittarius
1st house: Ascendant / auxiliary Fe Pisces / trines dominant
5th house: Venus & Mars / auxiliary Fe Cancer / trines dominant
If there are two trines, logically there should be two sextiles (am I correct?):
7th house: Mercurius / healthy tertiary Ti Aquarius / sextiles dominant
11th house: Jupiter / overperforming tertiary Ti Gemini / sextiles dominant
So far I am using this as a reference.
Thus the next statements logically follow:
3rd house: Uranus / inferior Se Capricorn / opposes dominant
12th house: Venus? / lower id Fi Pisces / squares dominant
This one is puzzling. Since you talked about the 12th house solely in context of the lower id (which the official chart links with Venus, but in articles you only mention Fi Pisces of INFJs or Ti Gemini of INTJs, i.e., no mention of Venus), I don’t know where the Moon in upper id Fi Scorpio should be attributed. Visually speaking.
I’m puzzled. For one, I’m not really well-versed in astrology. So there is that. Then there’s a question of dimensions, as you’ve said yourself. It all goes pretty smoothly with trines and sextiles. Chartwise.
But the squares! The id, the superego, the 8th function. The squares get squarish. Acquires an interdimensional bent of sorts.
Once again, I’d be happy to make a chart for this, @Blake , but I need some clarification on what I’ve said above so I can link this all together.