Some of the results were what I expected, others not so much.
I expected materialism to be a lot higher, because I do believe that the world is made up of only indivisible physical things and void.
The next axis underestimates my egoism a bit, but it's not as off-mark as my Materialism value.
Spook memes are fun and all, but no man's an island and I can not be happy while those around me need help. Besides, even Stirner himself was not really against altruistic deeds, just against putting altruism above oneself.
Strictly speaking, I am a hedonist, but I'm not interested in fame, power, or the kinds of pleasure popularly associated with that word. I value comfort and peace of mind in the long run a lot more. Still, I'm not willing to fully embrace the epicurean line of thought of getting used to lower levels of pleasure in order to avoid the pain that might follow if I lose those pleasures. If I can't collect fan art of 2Dqts and indulge in luxuries every now and then, why even live?
The Rationalism-Romanticism axis is somewhat accurate. I think that to understand the world better and achieve my goals, I should try to be as rational as possible. Unfortunately, the world does not care about humans, so we must turn to art, to beautiful untrue things. I don't think that either one of the two values is superior, they are both crucial in different ways. One attempts to explain the world, the other makes it worth living in.
That's more or less my worldview: a weird blend of Aestheticism and Epicureanism.