There seems to be a lack of consensus on whether tritypes exist or not. The reasons for being against the existence of such seems to be that it seems ludicrous to think that one can have three very distinct motivations occurring simultaneously. However the reasons for the existence of tritypes is that we all have head, heart and gut issues, so it's natural to assume that people will have three different kinds of Enneagram. Evidence that could go against the existence of tritypes is the already growing complexity of having instinctual stackings plus subwings of one's main Enneagram type. However, evidence that could go for the existence of tritypes are tritype archetypes, which provide adequate descriptions of having the combination of three specific enneagram types regardless of their order. Enneagram archetype descriptions can be found here: http://personalitycafe.com/enneagram...criptions.html. I'd like to hear your thoughts on whether you find tritypes to be useful and accurate or simply nonsense?