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Animal
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  • Type: SeFi
  • Development: lll-
  • Attitude: Unseelie

@bera

If we look at Fe people – real ones, characters, mythological figures –

We have Jesus, we have Jordan Peterson, Gandalf, etc etc — what do they all have in common? They are all Mentors.

Voldemort is portrayed also as a Fe ‘charmer’ in his youth, though some may argue it’s Te. But he does exactly what Auburn describes for Fe – in killing his old self in order to become something new, so that he’s fit to fill the role of ‘leader.’  He does this through “splitting” self, which is very Fe.

So, most people would not see him as a hero, but he is indeed, a Mentor. He has people who follow His Path. Which he eloquently spins into a righteous cause.

 

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