candles: What's not to like? Fire is good, fire in small, easily-controlled amounts is safe & sane. And candles come in pretty colors! Some of them smell nice, too!
esotericism: If you need this explained, you won't benefit from the explanation. Go look it up in a dictionary, then think about it.
hebrew: It's POSSIBLE to be a Kabbalist (Qabalist, whatever) without knowing any Hebrew. Possible, but kind of limiting. And the letters look mysterious and cosmic, don't they?
listing interests: Interesting that picking every 15th interest gives 6 (out of the 10) under the heading of "occult", when only about a third of my whole list is in that category...
multi-partner relationships: I am gradually becoming able to believe that there's no reason why the universe should limit me to ONE true love. None of my partners have had any problem with this -- perhaps because it's been a long time since I dated anyone who didn't feel likewise.
paul erdos: A mathematician who died in 1996. He was brilliant, and REALLY weird; nothing I could say briefly would do him justice.
qabala: An infallible cure for boredom. Maybe nearly as drastic as Sir Walter Raleigh's headache cure, but *I* think it's worth it. (Besides, it does have practical applications. For anyone too skeptical to believe this, that's your problem.)
sex magick: About my own practices, "Silence is the only answer." But for any of you who take the idea of magic seriously (granted, that eliminates many people) AND like sex... if you think there could be common ground, you're right.
tarot: I've been playing with tarot cards for a couple dozen years, now. I get useful information often enough to justify the time spent, but that's incidental to why I like them. They're just really cool, what more can I say?
∞: Ifinity is philosophically awkward, mathematically interesting, and as good a way as any to conclude a finite list.
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Heinlein Whose novel you would be in!
You are a character for Heinlein. Please note, you are not in "Starship Troopers" the book, and especially not in that crappy-ass movie. You are a deep and thoughtful outsider whose actions contrast with the misplaced politics of your times. Your character acts as an illuminating agent for all that is imperfect in this world. Not a bad place to be all in all. If you really are interested in this authors works I'd advise you to pick up a copy of "Stranger in a Strange Land" or "Starship Troopers" to begin with. Heinlein is considered one of the sci-fi greats and wrote insightful pieces with a political and moral message. His tales of Lazarus Long are quite rewarding as well.
I suspect it's that neither of is very "action-oriented", where "action" is hitting someone or shooting at them. The impression I got from the test questions was that Heinlein would be at the "less-violent" end of this guy's reading range.
BTW, saw your post re WisCon. Might you need crash space?