NeFi l-l-

NeFi l-l- Seelie Female / The Productive Fairy

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Unlike the NeFi l— females who drift/flow like a river, these samples have a distinctly heightened “spunk” to them. Their vultology is more like a turbulent, rocky river. There are far more perk-ups present and there’s an accelerated energy coming from the activity of Ne+Te. But unlike the Te>Ne samples who retain a definite structure containing their Ne, here the energy is still embedded within their enthusiastic but altogether spontaneous/loose/fluid posture. Their body bounces about in a rather unplanned manner.

Psychological Profile:

  • Creative/Artistic lifepaths
  • Established careers & products
  • Agreeable & Joyous

As with the other seelies, Mo O’Hara shares the child energy we see in Kate Micucci and Kristen Schaal, having also a focus on children’s books/plushies/products. They are affable, receptive and agreeable. Lindsey Stirling and Chloe Agnew share musical proclivities, with Stirling having an eclectic mixture of interests she weaves together. All of them have artistic careers. Stirling shares some of those ‘fairy’ motifs in how she dresses and presents her brand.

NeFi l-l- Unseelie Female / The Snarky Media Generator

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So all four of the above were titled under TeSi-Ne until I reviewed and really discovered what the TeSi l-l- looks like. And they are distinctly different from them. Actually, originally these samples were under NeFi before they were switched to TeSi… so now they’re being switched back. I realize now I was overextending the scope of the TeSi vultology.

Looking at the compilation video makes it especially clear. All of them have an abundance of casual hand signals, sassy head tilts, fluid body, and a general lack of “Je” vertical structure. The body is not a regimented “whole”, but is instead a drifting, scattered conglomerate of energy. There’s an unfinished, reviser energy to everything they do.

Psychological Profile:

 

  • Jesting / Bantering
  • Multi-Interest Pursuers
  • Articulate (but random!) media generators
  • Comedic & Talkative
  • Some science-y interests

All four of them are prolific media generators. All of them do youtube videos on a very random assortment of topics. All of them incorporate a crass Te humor into their delivery as well. There seems to be a trend for Te+Ne overall to be among the most productive of types in terms of output, mixed also with a fair dose of humor.  What threw me off is the sheer amount of bluntness they’re capable of. They can appear quite brash and I felt that was Te-lead… but now I realized that Te-leads are actually not randomly brash in that way.

Usually, Te-leads (l—) have a point they’re getting across and they’re argumentative for the sake of their point. Being J-leads, there is structure, meaning and intention to their display of Te. Inversely, these four use unseelie Te almost recreationally. I see SeFi l-l- do the same thing with their Te. Making the TeSi thread first really illuminated me to this fact. Actual TeSi’s are more ‘adult’ about how they wield Te. Inversely, NeFi with Te are more ‘bratty’ with their Te — for lack of a better word. And this is the child archetype in negative form.. I believe.

Ne>Te creates an effect where Te’s humor/bluntness is subjugated to Ne’s fun-seeking agenda.

NeFi l-l- Seelie Male

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Here we see the NeFi l-l- male with seelie energy, which is generally hard to find. Both of these show hosts are affable, jovial, comedic, witty, and “out-there” in their own way. Craig Ferguson is known for his giddy giggles, which you can find compilations of online. It’s quite great to see!

But I’d like to focus more attention to the unseelie males:

NeFi l-l- Unseelie Male / The Tech Enthusiast

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Psychological Profile:

  • Curious, Hopeful, Futuristic
  • Imaginative, Thirsty for Data
  • Scattered Interests
  • Hovering around Science, Technology & Engineering
  • Talkative / Commentators
  • Geeky/Nerdy

The NeFi l-l- males appear to have more mechanical interests. They’re very gadget oriented, often into science, technology, futuristic topics, etc. Jon Rettinger is founder of TechBuffalo which has as it’s core statement “TechnoBuffalo has one focus: To help you get the most out of your tech lifestyle. At its core, TechnoBuffalo is about experiencing technology.” I’ve discussed previously how Robert Llewellyn is an electric car enthusiast and general green energy fan. Tim Urban also has a very science-y blog called WaitButWhy where lately he’s shifted his focus to more intensely STEM topics. For example he has very long posts on NeuralLink, the Fermi Paradox, SpaceX, etc.

Now I call these “tech enthusiast” because they appear to be more enthusiastic about tech topics, than they are actively bringing them about. Also, an “enthusiast” is also another word for an “early adopter” which is definitely the case. I have an NeFi l-l- friend in real life and his house is littered with “the latest” this-and-that, which he ends up tucking away in some corner. Ideas that are on-the-fringe and of some sort of mechanical nature are like candy to them. Their Je also gives them some capacity to create revenue, and their revenue goes directly into their multiple hobbies. This is also the Scattered Entrepreneur.