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1 thought on “Turning the Wheel:
An Enneagram analysis of Lost

  1. This was so good. I really appreciated how it wasn’t the typical “they act like this and that’s why they’re that number” it’s silly but those kind almost make me angry sometimes because I feel like they’re so wrong. This had so much thought and intention and I agreed wholeheartedly with most of the typings and was surprised at some but after reading your reasoning I wasn’t pretty convinced. Thanks for the read! Thoroughly enjoyed it.

    P.s Almost cried that you typed Charlie as a two. He was always my diehard favorite character and I’m dominant in type two myself.

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