Riddle, rhetoric, real.
Surname, the lion’s voice.
- My first name means victory
- My last name is the voice of the lion
- I walked lion cubs on leashes as a toddler, and have ridden horses since age four, training calves to ride as well
- My entire life I have prevailed against evil ferociously
- I climbed mountains as a technical climber to the summits
- I conquer all interdimensional parasites and remain undefeated: if there is conflict, you want me on your side~
- I walk like I am ten feet tall
The etymology of my given name at birth which means victory, derived from the Laurel leaf – cooks everywhere know these as Bay leaves – crowns placed upon the heads of those who won holy battles, for this they lived. (Burning Bay leaves on a bed of pink – or black high in Sulphur, if there is a severe infestation – bed of Himalayan salt in each room of the home will cleanse the abode and body/temple of negative energies, i.e., entities.)
Laurel Nobilus and her kingdom brethen Eucalyptus, Camphor, Rosemary, Artemesia (Wormwood) and others are the foundation of anthelmintic treatment – parasite killers.
- Intellectual clarity
- Second Sight, clairvoyance, prophecy
- Recognition (renown) of high achievement
- Long-term vision, innate knowledge
- The laurel signifies the higher accomplishment of the soul worn by those who used their higher knowledge and spirituality to serve the public in beneficial ways. Only the best, the most cunning and most noble in heart and deed were given the honor of wearing the laurel. Supreme priests, priestesses, prophets, poets, heroes and royalty were recognized with laurel because they commanded their gifts of intellect and willpower in honorable ways.
Dedicated to defeating the demiurge of different names in different ages and cultures.
Victorious over interdimensional parasites.
Walks through fire, purified.
Mountain climber to the summit, living at the footstool of the Most High God where Holy Ganga Mother gave me a halo in Her Grace-ious Way.
My name is Durga.
You only live once, but it’s forever. You will keep changing your garments until your casting your shadows has come to an end. A garment of personhood it will not be. – Mooji