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  • n. Plural form of enneagram.


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  • They didn't allow for the fact that with only two enneagrams each, each of you (initially) can only send back two interpretations.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • Assuming that you take these 512 enneagrams, and for each of them you allocate a new Judgment, a new idea.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • Unfortunately only half the new I Ching 2. 0s arrived, and you missed out, so any enneagrams you can't decode are to be forwarded to your buddy on the end of the second Out tube, who does have a copy of the book.

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  • And besides you don't know what the Judgement and Image are for these enneagrams until you get them one day and decode the first line of the Image verse into the triple-trigram.

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  • He sends you back the J&I response which you map to the enneagrams to find which line has changed from the original.

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  • After all that hassle with the enneagrams, they move to the dodecagrams so soon?!

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  • You try to calculate how many potential enneagrams there are -- 512, right?

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • After a wistful moment of looking at the two enneagrams in your hand -- No. 378, Presidential Arrogance and No. 379, Insurgency -- and wishing you had brought your notes, you accept this half-assed solution.

    Archive 2006-10-01

  • See, the way he figured it, the problem of relevance is not in the complexity of the modelling; it's in the accuracy of the mappings between the Judgements and the enneagrams, and the line-verses and the transformations they code for.

    AI - Mark 3

  • I have never heard of enneagrams, so when Reese springs this on me, I am unprepared.

    I Feel Earthquakes More Often Than They Happen


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