I think we need to back up here a bit, folks.
Some of those tenses of yours sound rather non-English, Pamela, specifically the ‘indefinite’. Who calls what that? Also I think you (and now that I re-read, Jupiter also) are mixing your tenses in with your aspects and voices.
There seem to be only two distinct verb tenses (= referring to time) in English: the past and the non-past. In school, of course we learned ‘future’ tense, which is not a distinct verb form, but a combination of several alternative ways of expression. However, contention continues.
I vote for (in finite English verbs):
2 tenses (past, non-past)
4 aspects (as above)
2 voices (active, passive)
3 moods (indicative, subjunctive, imperative)
Other qualities that appear in verb phrases include:
polarity (affirmative, negative)
case (oops! not in English verbs)
person/number (only appears in 3rd singular present aspects)