While out noodling around on the net I decided to visit the Llewellyn.com page. Today is the grand opening of their new facility. Llewellyn is one of the largest "alternative" publishers and we have them right here in St. Paul. Today is the grand opening of their new facility, in Woodbury.
Anyway, on their page there is a "fun & free" section. There is a quiz on your magical personality. Sounded cool, so I went through all the questions. Quite a few. But the end result was dead-on. Here is a link to the quiz:
The Magical Personality Quiz If you take the quiz – check out the info on all the creatures – fascinating stuff. It is great fun to check out the shadow side of your positive creature and the postive side of your shadow creature.
Here are my results:
Your Primary Mythical Creature
The main strength of the Air types is intellect. The second element indicates the most probable focus for this intellectual activity.
Pegasus – Air and Earth
Astrologically associated with Libra and the Seventh House
Pegasus types are theorists who aim to achieve in reality what they conceive with the mind. They are perfectionists who strive to produce order from what they regard as the chaos around them. They detest disorder and ugliness and have a particular flair for creating beautiful surroundings in which to live. They can be highly original and possibly eccentric. They are curious and open-minded but will require convincing evidence to back up ideas. They show exceptional organizational ability. Although they are among the least outgoing of the types they are very concerned with promoting social harmony. Their ability to be objective and impartial makes them popular as fair-minded arbiters of disputes. They are extremely independent and can seem emotionally distant.
Your Shadow Creature
All the Fire types have problems relating to anger and aggression. The weakest element indicates the main focus of these problems.
Wyvern – Fire and Water
This shadow is both insensitive and hypersensitive. They are unsociable, emotionally illiterate, and mean-minded. Relations with others are characterized by conflict and calculated reprisals. Passive aggression is used to full effect. These types seem to dislike other people. They are plagued by powerful emotional undercurrents and they blame their discomfort on others. They appear cold; their emotional expression, when it is given vent, seems immature. They exhibit a sense of entitlement and do not think that they should have to earn what they get. They are poorly motivated and prone to bitterness. The biggest obstacle of weak Water is to overcome insensitivity and alienation; the biggest obstacle of weak Fire is to overcome anger and aggression.