O Teste das Cores

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Como você opera, age, frente aos seus objetivos e desejos:
Quer causar impressão favorável e ser considerado personalidade importante. Por isso, esta constantemente alerta para ver se esta obtendo êxito nisso, e como os outros estão reagindo a ele; isto o faz sentir que esta na direção. Usa táticas inteligentemente para obter influência e reconhecimento especial. E Suscetível ao que e estético ou original.

Suas preferências reais:
Trabalha bem em cooperação com outros, mas é avesso a assumir o papel principal. Precisa de uma vida pessoal de compreensão mútua, e de estar livre de discórdia.
Necessita de paz e tranqüilidade. Deseja um cônjuge amante e fiel, do qual possa exigir consideração especial e afeto incondicional. Se essas exigências não são satisfeitas, é capaz de se afastar e isolar-se de todo.

Sua situação real:
Sente-se preso numa situação angustiante e incômoda e procura o meio de conseguir alívio. É capaz de sentir satisfação através da atividade sexual.
As circunstâncias obrigam-no a transigir e a abrir mão de alguns prazeres, por ora. É capaz de sentir satisfação física na atividade sexual.

O que você quer evitar:
Interpretação fisiológica: As tensões resultantes de desapontamento têm levado a agitação. Interpretação psicológica: As expectativas irrealizadas têm levado a incerteza e a uma vigilância apreensiva. Tem grande necessidade de sentir-se seguro e protegido contra outros desapontamentos, contra ser preterido ou perder prestígio e posição. Duvida de que as coisas melhorem no futuro; não o bastante, está inclinado a fazer exigências exageradas e a rejeitar acordos. Em suma: Insegurança opressiva.

Seu problema real:
O desapontamento e o medo de que não vale a pena formular novas metas têm levado à ansiedade. Deseja acatamento e posição mas preocupa-se com sua perspectivas. Reage à situação protestando a qualquer crítica e resistindo a qualquer tentativa para influenciá-lo. Tenta afirmar-se mediante meticuloso controle dos detalhes, num esforço para fortalecer sua posição.

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Chestnut with unicorn core, ten and three quarter inches, hard


This is a most curious, multi-faceted wood, which varies greatly in its character depending on the wand core, and takes a great deal of colour from the personality that possesses it. The wand of chestnut is attracted to witches and wizards who are skilled tamers of magical beasts, those who possess great gifts in Herbology, and those who are natural fliers. However, when paired with dragon heartstring, it may find its best match among those who are overfond of luxury and material things, and less scrupulous than they should be about how they are obtained. Conversely, three successive heads of the Wizengamot have possessed chestnut and unicorn wands, for this combination shows a predilection for those concerned with all manner of justice.


Unicorn hair generally produces the most consistent magic, and is least subject to fluctuations and blockages. Wands with unicorn cores are generally the most difficult to turn to the Dark Arts. They are the most faithful of all wands, and usually remain strongly attached to their first owner, irrespective of whether he or she was an accomplished witch or wizard.
Minor disadvantages of unicorn hair are that they do not make the most powerful wands (although the wand wood may compensate) and that they are prone to melancholy if seriously mishandled, meaning that the hair may ‘die’ and need replacing.

Wand flexibility or rigidity denotes the degree of adaptability and willingness to change possessed by the wand-and-owner pair – although, again, this factor ought not to be considered separately from the wand wood, core and length, nor of the owner’s life experience and style of magic, all of which will combine to make the wand in question unique.



Congratulations! I’m Prefect Gabriel Truman, and I’m delighted to welcome you to HUFFLEPUFF HOUSE. Our emblem is the badger, an animal that is often underestimated, because it lives quietly until attacked, but which, when provoked, can fight off animals much larger than itself, including wolves. Our house colours are yellow and black, and our common room lies one floor below the ground, on the same corridor as the kitchens.

Now, there are a few things you should know about Hufflepuff house. First of all, let’s deal with a perennial myth about the place, which is that we’re the least clever house. WRONG. Hufflepuff is certainly the least boastful house, but we’ve produced just as many brilliant witches and wizards as any other. Want proof? Look up Grogan Stump, one of the most popular Ministers for Magic of all time. He was a Hufflepuff – as were the successful Ministers Artemesia Lufkin and Dugald McPhail. Then there’s the world authority on magical creatures, Newt Scamander; Bridget Wenlock, the famous thirteenth-century Arithmancer who first discovered the magical properties of the number seven, and Hengist of Woodcroft, who founded the all-wizarding village of Hogsmeade, which lies very near Hogwarts School. Hufflepuffs all.

So, as you can see, we’ve produced more than our fair share of powerful, brilliant and daring witches and wizards, but, just because we don’t shout about it, we don’t get the credit we deserve. Ravenclaws, in particular, assume that any outstanding achiever must have come from their house. I got into big trouble during my third year for duelling a Ravenclaw prefect who insisted that Bridget Wenlock had come from his house, not mine. I should have got a week of detentions, but Professor Sprout let me off with a warning and a box of coconut ice.

Hufflepuffs are trustworthy and loyal. We don’t shoot our mouths off, but cross us at your peril; like our emblem, the badger, we will protect ourselves, our friends and our families against all-comers. Nobody intimidates us.

However, it’s true that Hufflepuff is a bit lacking in one area. We’ve produced the fewest Dark wizards of any house in this school. Of course, you’d expect Slytherin to churn out evil-doers, seeing as they’ve never heard of fair play and prefer cheating over hard work any day, but even Gryffindor (the house we get on best with) has produced a few dodgy characters.

What else do you need to know? Oh yes, the entrance to the common room is concealed in a stack of large barrels in a nook on the right hand side of the kitchen corridor. Tap the barrel two from the bottom, middle of the second row, in the rhythm of ‘Helga Hufflepuff’, and the lid will swing open. We are the only house at Hogwarts that also has a repelling device for would-be intruders. If the wrong lid is tapped, or if the rhythm of the tapping is wrong, the illegal entrant is doused in vinegar.

You will hear other houses boast of their security arrangements, but it so happens that in more than a thousand years, the Hufflepuff common room and dormitories have never been seen by outsiders. Like badgers, we know exactly how to lie low – and how to defend ourselves.

Once you’ve opened the barrel, crawl inside and along the passageway behind it, and you will emerge into the cosiest common room of them all. It is round and earthy and low-ceilinged; it always feels sunny, and its circular windows have a view of rippling grass and dandelions.

There is a lot of burnished copper about the place, and many plants, which either hang from the ceiling or sit on the windowsills. Our Head of house, Professor Pomona Sprout, is Head of Herbology, and she brings the most interesting specimens (some of which dance and talk) to decorate our room – one reason why Hufflepuffs are often very good at Herbology. Our overstuffed sofas and chairs are upholstered in yellow and black, and our dormitories are reached through round doors in the walls of the common room. Copper lamps cast a warm light over our four-posters, all of which are covered in patchwork quilts, and copper bed warmers hang on the walls, should you have cold feet.

Our house ghost is the friendliest of them all: the Fat Friar. You’ll recognise him easily enough; he’s plump and wears monk’s robes, and he’s very helpful if you get lost or are in any kind of trouble.

I think that’s nearly everything. I must say, I hope some of you are good Quidditch players. Hufflepuff hasn’t done as well as I’d like in the Quidditch tournament lately.

You should sleep comfortably. We’re protected from storms and wind down in our dormitories; we never have the disturbed nights those in the towers sometimes experience.

And once again: congratulations on becoming a member of the friendliest, most decent and most tenacious house of them all.

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Fiz o teste e o resultado foi:

“A paixão segundo GH”, de Clarice Lispector

Você é daqueles sujeitos profundos. Não que se acham profundos – profundos mesmo. Devido às maquinações constantes da sua cabecinha, ao longo do tempo você acumulou milhões de questionamentos. Hoje, em segundos, você é capaz de reconsiderar toda a sua existência. A visão de um objeto ou uma fala inocente de alguém às vezes desencadeiam viagens dilacerantes aos cantos mais obscuros de sua alma. Em geral, essa tendência introspectiva não faz de você uma pessoa fácil de se conviver. Aliás, você desperta até medo em algumas pessoas. Outras simplesmente não o conseguem entender.
Assim é também “A paixão segundo GH”, obra-prima de Clarice Lispector amada-idolatrada por leitores intelectuais e existencialistas, mas, sejamos sinceros, que assusta a maioria. Essa possível repulsa, porém, nunca anulará um milésimo de sua força literária. O mesmo vale para você: agrada a poucos, mas tem uma força única.