When I see gullible behaviour, or people offering to be brainwashed or already there,
I shout out for Ivan the Gullible™

Ivans the Gullible™

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The adjective gullible means "easily duped or cheated". -Merriam Webster Dictionary

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Here are all the sixteen patterns.

Conducted and composed by Modern Elizabeth Hunter™ - Last Update December 19, 2020


List in order of Most to Least Gullible based on the %age of people who are religious within each pattern.
e.g. Of all Practitioners, 55.37% of this pattern are religious.

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% of the pattern religious
Religiosity Clan™
Patron Saint
Gullibility Context (GC)
E. Hunter™ Comment
13 - Practitioner - ISFJ
▶ 1/16
▶ 55.37%
▶ Conservative or Orthodox Judaism. Evangelical / Protestant.
St. Mother Teresa of Calcutta.
GC1: Can be somewhat gullible when it comes to their loved ones or people in positions of authority and might believe them even when they are attempting to trick the Practitioner.
GC2: Often do not want to accept that someone with a position of power is going to lie to them.
GC3: They want to be able to rely on these people and might be a bit gullible to what they have to say.
GC4: They do not like being lied to, but can sometimes be deceived by people who take advantage of their trust.
The follower.
Thinks along the lines of "This is a Christian Minecraft Server so, no swearing." and "Do not masturbate or you will go blind."
Are practical people but often find themselves intrigued by some fairytales.
Can be annoying if religion is mentioned in each sentence.
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7. Promoter - ENFP
▶ 2/16
▶ Est. > 50%
▶ Eclectic paganism.
St. Francesco Spinelli.
GC1: Can be somewhat gullible when they are younger, because they are generally honest people.
GC2: They dislike lying and want to be upfront with people. They can become frustrated if people continue to deceive them and will ultimately remove those individuals from their lives. (The Promoter evaporates).
GC3: As they become older, they will likely to start to become less trusting of people. They will try to inform themselves so that they do not become so easily convinced of information despite being poor researchers.
GC4: They simply want to be around people they can trust and rely on and dislike being deceived so off to the church they trot.
Any activity that will suit a short attention span.
Drops people when the other person is sick of favours never being reciprocated.
Have vivid imagination and often enjoy considering many different stories and worlds so fairytales do not have to be realistic.
At least they only talk religion for two nanoseconds before they are on to something else.
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9. Specialist - ISFP
▶ 3/16
▶ 47.98%
▶ Episcopal or Catholic.
St. Nunzio Sulprizo.
GC1: Can be can be skeptical of most people, but are often very trusting of their loved ones.
GC2: They do not let a lot of people into their world, but when they do they rely on them completely.
GC3: They can often be convinced of untrue things if someone they care for is deceiving them. They simply want to be trusted by their loved ones, so they grant them the same courtesy.
GC4: They will ultimately walk away from someone who continues to deceive them for a long time.
Caring, adaptable, harmonious.
Can sometimes enjoy fairytales or at least the thought of them.
Can be boring to the non believers talking about church persistently.
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14. Objective Thinker - ISTJ
▶ 4/16
▶ 45.57%
▶ Protestant Christianity, as long as it is dry. Otherwise Athiest.
St. Michael the Archangel.
GC1: Are naturally skeptical people and might have a hard time believing others.
GC2: They are not gullible at all and actually prefer to do their own research. However, there is the factor of the Greek Orthodox cohort who may have had no choice due to strict parents.
GC3: They dislike being lied to and prefer to be around people they can trust.
GC4: They might not make a big deal of their lack of trust in someone, but they will certainly keep an eye on that person.
A large portion of Greek Orthodox is Objective Thinker which boots the percentage.
OTs rank only 9th for smarts so one could ague that the less smart are believers as they may be the gullible or forced into it.
Do not usually enjoy fairytales all that much since they are practical and realistic people.
Very boring if get onto the subject of religion to the non believers.
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8. Counselor - ESFP
▶ 5/16
▶ 44.78%
▶ Pentacostal.
St. Philip Neri.
GC1: Can be relatively gullible people, especially when it comes to their loved ones.
GC2: They will often believe what people say because they are naturally honest people. They often do not see a reason to lie and can believe what people say even when they should not believe it.
GC3: They will take their surroundings into account in order to make an informed decision about someone.
GC4: If they have witnessed a person be untrustworthy many times, they will likely take this into account. If it is someone they love though, they truly want to believe the best in them even though their assessment may well be flawed.
Bold, charming, friendly and have natural people skills.
Can be romantics at heart and often find themselves drawn to fairytales.
May be brainwashed by the church.
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10. Investigator - INFJ
▶ 6/16
▶ 44.57%
▶ Zen Buddist. Evangelical / Protestant.
St. Nazaria Ignacia March Mesa.
GC1: Are naturally skeptical people because they are constantly observing their surroundings.
GC2: They are very intuitive and will come to realize when someone is not to be trusted. In most cases they will not just believe what someone tells them. Instead, they will take their own opinions and research into account.
GC3: They might not be entirely distrusting of someone, but they will definitely observe their actions in order to figure out if they are reliable. When it comes to people they trust they can be a bit gullible.
GC4: It is rare for the Investigator to let someone into their little world and, when they do, it means a lot. They might even reconsider their own opinions, simply because someone they love and / or trust suggests it. They are normally very strong in their beliefs and prefer to be careful who and what they trust.
Determined, altruistic, insightful.
Strong beliefs are insurmountable and may not be overcome by facts.
Can be drawn to the idea of fairytales in some ways, but at the same time they can resent them.
May be brainwashed by those trusted. e.g. Coerced by the Mormons.
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E. Hunter™ Comment
5. Persuader - ENFJ
▶ 7/16
▶ 42.87%
▶ Hare Krishna. Evangelical / Protestant.
St. Oscar Romero.
GC1: Are are not gullible people and are usually are skeptical of the actions of others.
GC2: They prefer to observe and make their own decisions about people and events.
GC3: They are good at predicting what is likely to happen which makes them much less gullible individuals. They can sometimes become gullible with their loved ones though, simply because they trust them.
GC4: When they truly let someone into their heart and trust them fully, they can sometimes believe them when that should not be the case. They often admire these people and it does not make sense for them to distrust them.
Often interested in becoming ministers - liberal denominations.
Loyal to the downtrodden.
Strong belief in higher power.
Can find themselves drawn to fairytales and the feelings they give them.
May try to brainwash others due to their strong propensity to interfere.
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1. Director - ESTJ
▶ 8/16
▶ 42.71%
▶ Mainstream Islam. Evangelical / Protestant.
St. Katharine Drexel.
GC1: Are not usually gullible and prefer to do research before jumping into things.
GC2: They are skeptical of people they do not know and might be hesitant to trust them. When it comes to their loved ones they often believe what they say. They will give someone their trust, but if that is continuously broken they will have a hard time believing that person ever again.
GC3: They want to be around people who are reliable and trustworthy, since they truly hate being lied to.
GC4: They are not usually gullible and will likely use their own observations to make decisions. They do have moments where they believe in a person in authoritative positions though.
May not go to church but assist in church projects.
Decisive, strong-willed, driven, have a strong sense of justice.
Do not usually enjoy fairytales as they are more interested in realistic things.
May be brainwashed by authority.
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2. Developer - ENTJ
▶ 9/16
▶ 41.48%
▶ Evangelical / Protestant.
St. Thomas More.
GC1: Are certainly not gullible people and are often very knowledgeable themselves.
GC2: They usually spend plenty of time researching different subjects in order to understand them. They like to walk into most situations without ignorance and dislike being unaware.
GC3: They will rarely just believe what someone says and prefer to do their own research in order to make sure that they are correct.
GC4: They are not easy to lie to and will often suspect when someone is not trustworthy.
Religion has its uses. Money, power and easy access to willing sex partners.
Confident, strategic, outspoken.
Fairytales can be a bit over the top since they are not naturally drawn to romantic ideals.
The bully boy force.
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16. Enhancer - INTJ
▶ 10/16
▶ 37.02%
▶ Athiest.
St. Thomas Aquinas.
GC1: To consider an Enhancer gullible would be an almost laughable assumption.
GC2: They are naturally skeptical individuals who do not trust easily. They prefer to focus on facts, data and proven methods and will do plenty of research before just believing something they hear.
GC3: They are not the pattern to take all information as it is presented and prefer to look into everything more thoroughly. They will combine their own knowledge with plenty of research, ultimately giving them a pretty firm grasp on the information at hand.
GC4: They prefer to understand the information fully and dislike being ignorant in any situation.
Anti-traditional, prefers to follow themselves instead of others.
Will be more diehard because they often do have hard beliefs with atheism just so happening to be it.
Imaginative strategic thinker — rational and visionary.
Do not usually find themselves drawn to fairytales and might (do) find people who are obsessed with them to be a bit odd. Ask my Persuader mother about this truth, if you can. She passed away in 1973.
To all the Joeys; do not bother knocking on the door or filling the letterbox with pamphlets. You are better off going to hassle next door.
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12. Achiever - ISTP
▶ 11/16
▶ 36.71%
▶ Extreme Fundamentalist Islam.
St. Vincent Romano.
GC1: Are not gullible people and usually do not trust what they are told.
GC2: They prefer to take information in and do their own research before making a decision.
GC3: They dislike being lied to but they realize that not everyone can be trusted. They prefer to make their own decisions about most things and will not just believe what someone else decides to tell them.
GC4: They enjoy using their own internal logic to figure things out and are natural problem solvers because of this.
Optimistic, practical, handy, and creative.
Are not usually all that interested in fairytales and might even find them a bit annoying at times.
Can be Agnostic. Are not traditional but not necessarily against tradition; just find it unnecessary. If they are atheists, it will likely be based on the fact they cannot perceive God with their eyes. They may say "If I cannot see, hear or smell God, than He does not exist", but for the most part, they do not care much about religion OR atheism. The type of agnosticism they are most likely to have is apathetic agnosticism, which basically goes "I do not know if any god exists and I do not care if any god exists".
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3. Results - ESTP
▶ 12/16
▶ 34.33%
▶ Hellbound anyway; does not bother.
St. Joan of Arc.
GC1: Are researchers although not is a pure academic sense and enjoy being knowledgeable on most topics. They will often spend long periods of time just reading different subjects in order to understand them fully.
GC2: This knowledge often helps them become less gullible when it comes to most people. GC3: They can become rather gullible with someone they trust and admire though which is unsettling for the Results.
GC4: If they love someone deeply and trust them, they can become easily convinced of things that are not entirely truthful.
Bold, direct, rational and kind of risk-prone.
Fairytales are rarely something that intrigues the Results and they might even scoff at the thought of them.
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6. Appraiser - ESFJ
▶ 13/16
▶ 33.71%
▶ Eclectic paganism.
St. Maria Katharina Kasper.
GC1: Are often skeptical when it comes to strangers who are invading their space.
GC2: They do not believe what everyone tells them and will often take time to research the information.
GC3: When it comes to their loved ones they are extremely gullible. When they care for someone they have a hard time believing that they could lie to or betray them.
GC4: They learn from part experiences and will begin to lack trust in someone if they hurt them multiple times or prove themselves to be a trickster.
Is more interested in becoming a minister than many other patterns and this is likely to be in conservative denominations.
Naturally responsible, loyal, warm and social.
Are realistic people, but deep down they are often drawn to fairytales and romantic stories.
Can be closed minded. Thinks along the lines of "This is a Christian Minecraft Server so, no swearing." and "Do not masturbate or you will go blind."
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11. Agent - INFP
▶ 14/16
▶ 33.50%
▶ Celtic Pagan.
St. Gemma Galgani.
GC1: Can be somewhat gullible when it comes to people they admire and trust.
GC2: If they care deeply for someone, they can often be convinced of incorrect information. They believe in this person and do not want to accept that they might be untrustworthy.
GC3: They are usually skeptical of liars, but the occasional one sneaks their way into their bubble. This can be difficult since they can become rather blind when it comes to the people they love.
GC4: They are not gullible with outsiders; just the people they have grown to care for and admire.
Caring, adaptable, harmonious, a gentle soul.
May seek solace by praying to a like-minded individual.
Can be drawn to romantic feelings and ideas so some fairytales can be appealing to them.
The Agent is in La La Land.
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4. Inspirational - ENTP
▶ 15/16
▶ 25.86%
▶ Agnostic.
St. Teresa of Avila.
GC1: Are certainly not gullible individuals and struggle when it comes to trusting people.
GC2: They may not make it obvious that they are skeptical and will keep this to themselves. They prefer to observe their surroundings and take everything in before making an informed decision about a person or piece of information.
GC3: The devil’s advocate on absolutely everything and will take on the opposing view of someone else just so they can facilitate a debate.
GC4: They are never fully trusting of the information they absorb and prefer to dissect it until it makes complete sense to them.
Charming, outspoken and quick-witted.
Do not usually find themselves interested in fairytales although they might be curious sometimes.
The 'Mass Debater'.
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15. Perefectionist - INTP
▶ 16/16
▶ 25.48%
▶ Atheist. Some Greek Orthodox.
St. Pope Paul VI.
GC1: Are not gullible people and rather skeptical.
GC2: They often have a hard time trusting people and will go into full research mode in order to discover the truth. They can struggle with believing what they hear and will rarely just believe what they are told.
GC3: They prefer to do their own research in order to make a fully formed decision on any situation.
GC4: They hate feeling that someone is lying to them and will usually overanalyze a situation and ultimately assume the worst. They are not naturally trusting people, but that is simply because they have seen how often people can betray them. They simply prefer to do the proper research and combine that with their own internal logic.
In terms of least likely to be religious, the Perfectionist takes the cake.
Oxor has yet to meet a Perfectionist that ever went to church.
They are also the most likely pattern to flat-out mock the church: "Lol, religious people are so stupid" and what-not.
Strong bias to facts and detail rather than beliefs.
Are not usually drawn to fairytales and might have some distaste towards them.
Try telling the Perfectionist that Noah died 350 years after the flood, at the age of 950. Let me know how you went.