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#35619 - 02/14/10 03:16 AM The meaning behind your username
Noctuary Offline
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Just because I am curious. What is the meaning behind your username?
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#35621 - 02/14/10 03:38 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
Space Monkey Offline
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Registered: 02/07/10
Posts: 8
Loc: Oregon, usa
I am a huge Palahnuik fan. In fight club the members of fight club are referred to as space monkeys. There just trained to do one little job. That and all the monkeys we sent to space to die, becoming martyrs for science. Each one a sacrificed so we can have the wonders of today.
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#35623 - 02/14/10 03:42 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
6Satan6Archist6 Offline
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Registered: 10/16/08
Posts: 2509
Mine is a mix of Satanist and Anarchist. I threw in 666 because that is the number of the Anti-Christ and I am an Anti-Christ. I got the idea from my friends' band The Athiarchists which is a mix of Atheist and Anarchist. Nothing incredibly deep, but there it is.

Now shouldn't you explain the meaning behind yours as well?
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#35624 - 02/14/10 03:43 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
The Blackangel Offline
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Registered: 09/03/07
Posts: 134
Loc: Missouri
When I was a teenager, I got this name as a nickname. It's hard to explain why I got the name. I always tell people to just get to know me and after a while they tell me that they understand why I'm called The Blackangel. That's the best I can give you unless you ask a more specific question.
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#35627 - 02/14/10 10:24 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: The Blackangel]
felixgarnet Offline
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Registered: 10/17/09
Posts: 688
Loc: UK
Heh - mine is actually my legal name. I had a female name up to around five years ago and this one I created inspired by my love of cats and dark red gemstones. \:\)
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#35629 - 02/14/10 10:47 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: felixgarnet]
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Registered: 08/31/07
Posts: 1453
Loc: B'mo Cautious MF
http://www.the600club.com/topic11632-1.html

And the whole of the Law is Love...
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#35632 - 02/14/10 11:24 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Fist]
Hawkeye Offline
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Registered: 12/11/09
Posts: 21
Mine is my nickname with my friends. It's because my eyes are a golden yellow colour.
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#35633 - 02/14/10 11:29 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Hawkeye]
Diavolo Offline
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Registered: 09/02/07
Posts: 4997
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vYNMo8b_Ybg

D.

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#35637 - 02/14/10 12:40 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
William Wright Offline
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Registered: 10/25/09
Posts: 855
Loc: Nashville
I am William Wright. I am Will. We are one and the same. William Wright is who I am outside. Will is who I am inside.

Choose your username carefully. It becomes you.
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#35640 - 02/14/10 01:57 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
delusion Offline
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Registered: 08/30/07
Posts: 77
Loc: hawaii
Shortly after the fall of the last version of the 600 club I had fallen into league with some wacky Satanists and we tried to take over the world, like ya do.

I found out soon enough that this train I was on had no where else to go but off the tracks and I moved on. Upon entering this site again I decided that rather than use my real name as I had done before to position myself as the constant student.

I wear delusion a bit like a dunce cap to remind myself that learning never stops if we are in the right frame of mind to absorb what comes.

And I thought it sounded cool.

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#35641 - 02/14/10 01:59 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: William Wright]
Dan_Dread Offline
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Registered: 10/08/08
Posts: 3773
Loc: Vancouver, Canada


 Quote:


Dread \Dread\, a.

1. Exciting great fear or apprehension; causing terror; frightful; dreadful. [1913 Webster]

A dread eternity! how surely mine. --Young. [1913 Webster]

2. Inspiring with reverential fear; awful' venerable; as, dread sovereign; dread majesty; dread tribunal. [1913 Webster]

Source: The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48
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#35647 - 02/14/10 02:21 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Dan_Dread]
Jake999 Offline
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Registered: 11/02/08
Posts: 2230
Well... I didn't think there would be a thousand Jakes. That's all.
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#35655 - 02/14/10 06:06 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
Fnord Offline
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Registered: 01/11/10
Posts: 2085
Loc: Texas
Mine is multifold:

1). It's a tribute to Robert Anton Wilson who I think was one the most brilliant minds to ever walk the planet.

2). A Fnord!, as an interjection, is said to have hypnotic power over the unenlightened.

3). I strive to be to be the living embodiment of Fnord!, as opposed to the typographic representation.

Disclaimer:
Fnord! is not actually the word used to create a fnord (something mysteriously and/or disturbingly out of context for one thing).

\:\)
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#35656 - 02/14/10 06:07 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Jake999]
Fnord Offline
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Loc: Texas
We should probably look to that discussion about nines for further clarity, yes? \:\)
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#35657 - 02/14/10 06:20 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: SkaffenAmtiskaw]
Fnord Offline
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Posts: 2085
Loc: Texas
Have you ever read any of Stephen King's dark tower series?

That description reminds me of a robot (Andy the Messenger Robot, Many Useful Functions) in one of the later books (Wolves of the Calla I think).

Aasminov's Rest of the Robots also comes to mind.
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#35659 - 02/14/10 07:09 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Fnord]
Room 101 Offline
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Registered: 10/17/09
Posts: 262
Loc: Scotland
Room101, if you haven’t heard of it read 1984. Please, you’ll be a better person for it.
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#35661 - 02/14/10 10:50 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Room 101]
The Zebu Offline
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Registered: 08/08/08
Posts: 1638
Loc: Orlando, FL
A Zebu is a big, long-horned cow from Africa and the middle east. They have humps on their back. They're pretty cool.

Long ago in middle school, I picked "Zebu" as a random word out of the dictionary to use as my screenname. In high school some of my gamer friends began calling me Zebu in person, and in college, nearly everybody knows me as Zebu. So it's pretty much stuck.
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#35663 - 02/14/10 11:42 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: The Zebu]
PeteOfTheDead Offline
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Registered: 12/11/09
Posts: 122
Loc: Brunswick, Melbourne, Victoria...
Mine's pretty obvious but I'll state it anyway: 'Shaun Of The Dead' is one of my favourite movies.

'The Dead' part reminds me that humans can become zombies metaphorically.

Room 101- I've read 'Nineteen Eighty-Four' but your username also reminds me of Neo's apartment number in 'The Matrix.
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#35664 - 02/14/10 11:43 PM The Name Game [Re: Noctuary]
Michael A.Aquino Offline
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Registered: 09/28/08
Posts: 2435
Loc: San Francisco, CA, USA
I have always felt that I should take personal responsibility for everything I say and do, thus have never used a screen name or pseudonym.

My legal name "Michael A. Aquino", which I was not pre-consulted about, always struck me as amusingly ironic: "Michael" is of course the Archangel who was the great enemy of Satan, and our Italian-side family name goes back to the Catholic Church's most revered theologian St. Thomas (whom we revere as the white sheep of the family).

Oh, well, I could have been named "Anton", which derives from the Greek anthos = "flower".

The "A." is just an initial, though my parents used it to nickname me "Archy" [after the cockroach]. Doubtless this presaged my later interest in Xeper, the Egyptian scarab.

I have considered going back to the Scottish side of the family, "Rachane", and changing the "Michael" into the old Scottish "Meikle", and let "M.A.A." go spinning off into 20th-century mythology. At least it might cut down on all the junk mail and death threats. Only problem is that "Meikle" means "great" and "Rachane" a "ferny place", so that would make me "Great Swamp Thing". I'm not so sure that would be an improvement.
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#35665 - 02/15/10 03:25 AM Re: The Name Game [Re: Michael A.Aquino]
Noctuary Offline
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Wow, very interesting stories behind your names! I used to go by a few different screen names. But Noctuary is my lj handle and my pen name for my poetry website. There is a writer by the name of Thomas Ligotti. He wrote a book called Noctuary.

My full lj and website are called Noctuary: Voice of the Dead. Noctuary is a journal of the night..or what passes in the night. For me as a writer it fits.
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#35666 - 02/15/10 03:32 AM Re: The Name Game [Re: Noctuary]
The Blackangel Offline
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Registered: 09/03/07
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Loc: Missouri
I don't know how many other people do this but I actually use 2 screen names. The Blackangel, I have already explained. But if I don't want something to be connected to my website or such, I use the name Legion. I like it simply because I think it's a neat name and also because it defied christ in the bible. It's a generic bit of goofyness, I know but what the hell. I'm not trying to impress anyone.
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#35934 - 02/23/10 06:25 PM Re: The Name Game [Re: The Blackangel]
Babylonian Dream Offline
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Registered: 11/07/09
Posts: 43
Loc: Upstate New York
I got babylonian dream from the fact that I was a babylonian pagan for a while, as an outlet for my creativity, and I thought that gods don't seem to exist outside dreams, so I put the two together and got babylonian dream.
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#36017 - 03/01/10 11:15 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
Ringmaster Offline
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Registered: 04/07/08
Posts: 205
Loc: Salem Oregon
My life in the military is like a circus. I am the Ringmaster of my life. Nothing too deep but there it is.
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#36019 - 03/01/10 11:47 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Ringmaster]
Wake Offline
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Registered: 11/11/09
Posts: 93
Loc: Australia
Full username is Avus Wake.

It's a long story
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#36020 - 03/02/10 12:00 AM "Legion" [Re: The Blackangel]
Michael A.Aquino Offline
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 Originally Posted By: The Blackangel
... I use the name Legion. I like it simply because I think it's a neat name and also because it defied christ in the bible. It's a generic bit of goofyness, I know but what the hell. I'm not trying to impress anyone.

The name "Legion" has another, and I think more interesting connotation:

 Originally Posted By: M.A.A., Scroll of Set 8/83
Book Review: Legion by William Peter Blatty

When William Peter Blatty’s The Exorcist came out, it was fashionable for sophisticated Satanists to speak condescendingly of its simplistic, medieval-Catholic premises of “demonic possession”. This didn’t prevent us from trying to capitalize on the notable success of the novel and then the overwhelming success of the movie. Yet the feeling remained that The Exorcist was little more than a boogey-man scare story, and that Blatty’s contribution to Satanic philosophy was nil.

Hollywood’s Exorcist II movie did nothing to dispel this notion. A confusing, ill-edited attempt to serve a second dish of pea soup, it flopped badly at the box office and relegated poor Pazuzu to the murky mists of Mesopotamian mythology whence he came. And that seemed to be the end of The Exorcist as well.

But nothing is certain in this world, and now Blatty has popped up with Legion, a sequel to the original story which delicately avoids reference to the ill-conceived Exorcist II. Regan and her mother do not appear in Legion; it is essentially a story involving some of the more peripheral characters of Exorcist, notably Police Lieutenant Kinderman. The search is on for a sadistic murderer prowling the Georgetown area of Washington, D.C.

As detective stories go it is awkward and unrealistic. One doesn’t quite understand how Kinderman gets from point A to point B. The surprise discovery is pleasantly nostalgic, after which the novel ties up its loose ends and draws to a back-to-normalcy close.

If that were all there were to Legion, I wouldn’t advise your buying it, at least not in hardcover. But there is more to it. Probably as a consequence of criticism concerning the lightweight, medieval theology of Exorcist, Blatty has read some books and done some thinking on cosmology. He has made a careful and introspective attempt to understand the rationale for the existence of God and Devil, and through the mediums of Kinderman and the other actors of Legion he offers his conclusions. Particularly interesting is Kinderman’s dream of the initial estrangement of God and Satan in a sequence suggestive of George Gamow’s “Big Bang” theory.

Legion’s cosmology is still far too primitive to compare with that of the Temple of Set. But it’s a step in the right direction for Blatty, whose view of the cosmos has gone beyond that of the Jesuits. Perhaps the Prince of Darkness quietly decided to show the author of The Exorcist that things are not as simple as the Holy Bible would have him believe. There are a few moments of old-time demonic possession in Legion, but one suspects Blatty inserted them so as not to disappoint panting readers who got off on Regan’s crucifix-masturbation scene.

I don’t think Legion is a classic, nor do I think that your personal library would miss the hardcover edition. Its philosophy makes the eventual paperback a good buy, however If Hollywood makes a movie of it, I predict you’ll see the splatter and possession scenes as ghouled-up as possible, and that if the cosmological philosophy appears at all it will be simplified to a token level. And that will be a shame, since the philosophy’s the true merit of the book.

Good for you, William Peter Blatty!

Incidentally I was right on both counts: Hwood did make a movie of it - Exorcist III - and all of the philosophy was left out of it in favor of murder & mayhem. What was great fun about that film, however, was that its scenes were crammed with all sorts of "peripheral vision surprises" - spookyweird items and actions that if you weren't alert you'd miss. The best "trick" film of this sort since The List of Adrian Messenger.
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#36026 - 03/02/10 05:30 AM Re: "Legion" [Re: Michael A.Aquino]
TheInsane Offline
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Posts: 356
My nick was originally a charachter that I made up as a child. I remember even back then that I wasnt happy with the name or the charachter which at that time was called The Insane Swede (hey bear with me it is awful but I was about 10 when I came up with it).

Then I went online on IRC (chat-room/file-share thing) and needed a nick name. I didnt know what I was going to call myself but this old childhood charahcter of mine came to mind. However IRC only allowed a certain amount of letters in a name so I had to shorten it. Hence TheInsane.

There was a time when I was using my real name but decided it wasnt a good idea in the long run when people look it up (future work etc). Still I never experienced any problem during the time I used my real name.

I used this name so much and I met people through the internet in real life and we often called eachother by out internet names (which is how we knew eachother) so with time I kind of became one with the name TheInsane. Been using it for 9.5 years now. A fluke turned into a personality I guess you could say \:\)

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#36211 - 03/11/10 03:51 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
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Registered: 10/21/09
Posts: 1096
Loc: Amarillo, TX
In Mandarin, Lao (Old) and Xiao (Little) are used to create nicknames for two people with the same name. So if one had two people named Cheng working at the same place, the older would be called "Lao Cheng" and the younger "Xiao Cheng."

My name is a tribute to the Southern Mongolian writer Ma Bo, who wrote a scathing critique of Maoist China called Blood Red Sunset. In China, he used the pen name "Lao Gui" (Old Devil) to avoid being caught for what he wrote. Xiao Gui, thus, means "Little Devil," or imp. It's a screen name I've had for years before I ever became interested in Satanism.
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#36238 - 03/11/10 10:39 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: XiaoGui17]
Nyte Offline
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Registered: 10/19/09
Posts: 380
Loc: Ohio
I registered SleeplessNyte for The 600 Club. When Xear was contacted by a friend of mine, to see why my registration app hadn't gone through in almost a week, Xear used Nyte for my "viewable" name and left off Sleepless. It's all good with me, because I use to visit a Satanism chat quite some time back (under a screen name that included Nyte at the end) and everyone use to call me Nyte in there. It stuck and just about any board I have posted to, I've been called Nyte, even when I didn't make it a point to use that for short for my screen name. I found it interesting that Xear didn't know me and yet set my registration up with Nyte as what everyone would see. Seemed more than just coincidental but in a very, very good and comfortable way.
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#36248 - 03/12/10 05:50 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: XiaoGui17]
Meq Offline
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"Lao" was also used in classical Chinese, for example "Lao Tzu" means "Old Master", the title given to the legendary author of the Tao Te Ching (Wiki entry).
"Xiao" also saw ancient use, such as in the Confucian Xiao Jing (where the term implies respect for elders as a virtue for the young).


My username is a shortened form of a name that first occurred to me in a dream around 16 years ago.
The short form was later coined by members of 600.

However, it frequently gets mistaken for "Meg" by copious amounts of male fuckwit guests passing through the chatroom looking for somewhere to wank.
I consider that a "fucktard filter"...

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#36282 - 03/12/10 08:46 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
exadust Offline
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Registered: 03/09/10
Posts: 91
Loc: georgia
My name basically means that the darkness in my body is externally covered in dust!!! " exadust"
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#36295 - 03/13/10 02:59 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: exadust]
reverand Offline
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Registered: 03/31/08
Posts: 39
Loc: London, Ontario Canada
I got bored one night a number of years ago and i registered online with the Universal Life Church as a minister. So i started making friends and co-workers call me reverand.
Call it paradoxical or just plain sarcastic I couldn't believe that it was so simple and "legal." I figured it was a rather apt indication of what they have done to their own religion to just have anybody regardless of faith or qualifications able to preach their bullshit.
It was like the final straw, admiting to the world that religion has always been a money grab.
the best part was when i recieved my certificate at my jesusdeservedit email
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#36316 - 03/13/10 12:03 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
Ruwan Offline
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Registered: 03/10/10
Posts: 8
Loc: Bahrain
I came up with this name when I was still writing a lot. I loosely based it on the Japanese word Ronin which is basically a Samurai with out a master. Ruwan has always been my main character and he is in every one of my works in some form.

Ruwan has evolved from there he is my alter ego. I believe that everyone has three faces one that they show the world, one they show to there closest relation's, and one that they only show them self’s. That is who Ruwan is and he affects my actions on a daily basis. When I am put in a situation of extreme stress Ruwan comes out in full.
So I figured that if he is the face that only I know in depth he must be the truest form of my personality.
It's strange I know but hey it just felt right.
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#36520 - 03/16/10 06:38 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
GiantRubberDuck Offline
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Registered: 01/29/10
Posts: 4
Loc: Noord-Brabant, The Netherlands
I looked around my room, and the first thing I noticed was a big, yellow, rubber duck.
There you go.

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#36523 - 03/16/10 08:34 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: exadust]
Simon Offline
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Posts: 78
Mine is taken from the king of the witchelves, a race in the ever epic warhammer. It is one of the many names for the witchking...
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#36533 - 03/16/10 09:41 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Simon]
felixgarnet Offline
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Loc: UK
 Originally Posted By: Simon
Mine is taken from the king of the witchelves, a race in the ever epic warhammer. It is one of the many names for the witchking...


Wait, wait . . . a King of the Witchelves is called Simon???
What are his brothers called - Alan and Ken?
Sorry - had to be said! ;\)
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#36536 - 03/16/10 10:27 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: felixgarnet]
SOLERIFT Offline
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Registered: 08/05/08
Posts: 31
Loc: Dallas, TX
Solerift was the name of my old metal band that I played with back in high school - it means "the individual space in between" OR as I like to say it - "the singularity void"
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#36540 - 03/16/10 12:21 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
BelialsGal Offline
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Registered: 08/30/09
Posts: 43
Loc: Tulsa, OK
Belial is a personal favorite of mine symbolizing independence and personal accomplishments in the Satanic view (things I find important), while representing corruption or the devil himself in the Christian view.

I'm from Oklahoma and I have an accent, so Belial, correctly prounounced like Bee-lial, comes out of my mouth as Bay-li-Al. Therefore, BelialsGal rhymes when I speak. I thought it was very clever at the time, but later realized it is only clever to those with pronouce his name incorrectly.

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#36878 - 03/21/10 11:41 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: BelialsGal]
TV is God Moderator Offline
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Registered: 08/11/08
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My username is actually not in reference to any of LaVey's or Gilmore's writings about the television being god although it gave me laugh when I first read them.
This title was actually a name of an independent video game developed by someone I know. (It was a comedic rpg about a man's journey to murder television executives for canceling his favorite show.)
I was making the soundtrack so when I typed up the mp3 tags the artist name was TV is God. Well the game fell through but I decided to continue making these songs under the title TV is God and started using it as a username.
I'm also working on a concept "album"(if you can call a free download of mp3s that) all centralized around a videodrome-esque television mindcontrol that tells people to bring about the apocalypse.

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#37100 - 03/28/10 12:03 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Fist]
Fist Moderator Offline
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 Originally Posted By: Fist
http://www.the600club.com/topic11632-1.html

And the whole of the Law is Love...


Oh, I also forgot that my name is English for Faust. Get it? Yeah, this works on so many levels.
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#37131 - 03/30/10 02:52 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Meq]
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Posts: 115
Loc: U.S.A.
As anyone who has spent some time with a foreign language will tell you, there are invariably words which either cannot be translated into one's native language at all, or else, if they can, lose the specificity of their cultural or connotative meaning in the process.

The ancient Greek word zophos can be translated simply as "darkness," but refers more properly to the chthonic darkness of the underworld. Since this concept is among the most innately universal in the history of humankind, reflecting our finitude, neophobia, hatred of the unknown, fear of change, and ultimately the dread of mortality, its affirmation as the fixed center of human life allows for the transcendence of these restrictive elements which otherwise poison the capacity to embrace our own volition.

Apropos of my historical interests, the convergence of Greek, Latin, and Hebrew in the Italian Renaissance has always fascinated me, not leastwise because of its far-reaching critical and philosophical impact. Thus although my chief reason for taking the Sigil of Baphomet as my icon is obvious, an immediate secondary reason is its use of Hebrew, which together with my Greek username and Latin signature lend a classically-oriented Italian aesthetic sensibility to my profile.


Z.
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#37409 - 04/06/10 03:31 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Zophos]
Doomsage680 Offline
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Registered: 10/01/09
Posts: 111
Loc: NJ, USA
I used to write/draw my own comic books of mainstream superheroes in my own stories. It was pretty fun. I also played this free online RPG called RuneScape(please don't look it up) where I had a character I named Doomsage680. The name is supposed to be Doom Sage, like one of those old sages who preaches the coming of doom and the apocalypse, but it also seems to look like Doom's Age, also apocalyptic.

Having quit RuneScape due to massive noobishness(theirs and mine) I made the story of Doomsage into a comic. He's this really cool guy who was a Salem Witch in a fantasy-medieval style early America who has his whole Coven betrayed by a greedy member. When a member of the Coven dies, their power transfers equally to the remaining members. Therefore, sadly, Doomsage becomes a lone wolf seeking revenge who has now become much more powerful at the cost of all those he cared for. To do their memory justice he begins a journey of vengeance where he rediscovers friendship and love, all while being cloaked in darkness.

Whenever someone threatens him he manipulates the elements and maybe even consumes them in a tornado at a moment's notice. Sure he's not the most original hero/character but it's fun. I might start that story again. I even considered making that my rapper name but I preferred Rage Incarnate, which I'm sticking with. Pretty similar concept though. Thinking back on this, I was more Satanic in early highschool than I realized. Doomsage is a badass who wears a big black cloak/robe, and his eyes glow red through the obscuring shadow of his hood. He has this cool demonic looking staff.
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#37416 - 04/06/10 04:35 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Doomsage680]
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Dakota, is the first name of Dakota Moss, a character Lindsay Lohan played in "I know who killed me" she played a stripper.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q0Y8qF0bl8A


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#37428 - 04/06/10 01:55 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
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In the beggining I was confused about what user name shall I chose.But later I choosed sata as a user name taken from satan.
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#37432 - 04/06/10 06:02 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: sata]
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Blood Raven is a character in one of my favorite computer games, Diablo II . I thought it was a nifty name and it just stuck.
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#37481 - 04/09/10 09:53 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Fnord]
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Started off as a nickname over 15 or maybe 20 years ago because I was so anti -christian. Then it became a name people were taking the piss out of cause it does sound kind of stupid, and then it just kind of stuck. Every one I know knows me by it now, so its just a weird nickname that always stuck so I always use it on forums and the like, cause I am Jesusbeater, in a weird kind of way.Was always surprised that no one else actually used it.
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#37499 - 04/10/10 08:36 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
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Cool thread, Noctuary. My nick is a contraction and modification of an Indian (no, the other type of Indian) name which I though was nice. Wij is also an Ukrainian demon of the underworld, made (even more) notorious by Gogol. His short story about it is worth a look. It contains desperate novice priests in deep trouble pitted against witches, ghosts, undead abominations, vicious teachers, and stubborn peasants - the works.
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#37629 - 04/15/10 11:42 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
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My name comes form my insane love for demons. I consider myself a heretic because I openly defy the christian religion, challenging it however I can. The 666 is just an interesting flourish. \:\)
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#37684 - 04/16/10 06:04 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Fnord]
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I've had mine for a few years now. It's just easy to remember.
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#37691 - 04/16/10 07:00 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: spinosaurus01]
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Funny this was one of the most responded to threads on the old forum. Seems like it's running strong here as well. Funnier as this incarnation of the forums have an introduction thread where all of this could be said.

Well carry on then...

~T~
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#37701 - 04/16/10 10:41 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: spinosaurus01]
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I've had mine for a few years now. It's just easy to remember.


Wow, really? How insightful. I just wasted 2 seconds of my life reading that. If you don't have anything of value to contribute to a thread, do us a favor and refrain from posting.

Just to make sure I practice what I preach, here's my little piece.

I took "Nemesis" as my username because I couldn't think of a better name to describe myself. Not just because of the whole "God(dess)" thing, that was not in the forefront of my mind at the time. But you just don't mess with Nemesis....

"And certainly, considering her position as the personification of retribution, it was probably thought best to avoid making Nemesis angry."
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#37715 - 04/17/10 03:06 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Nemesis]
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Dread is an internet nick I have been using on IRC and such since the late 90s. It's taken from a Clive Barker short story of the same name.
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#37723 - 04/17/10 05:59 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Dan_Dread]
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life has taught me that it is too goddam short to not be "living it up" so to speak. I was born and raised in Louisiana, and have always been quite the outta-control party animal. hence mardi gras. I've as well had my sn as a nickname in everyday life for a few years now. I can't remember how it started, I was doing alot of traveling nationwide while i was living in my car. somewhere someone had started calling me that, I can bet my bottom dollar it's gonna be a life-long thing... it's stuck with me this long.
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#37811 - 04/18/10 06:03 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
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My username is directly related to what I do with most of my time: operation of the International Temple of Satan, a theistic, Satanist religious organization.

It also has a double meaning. As a theistic Satanist, I consider my body the literal temple of Satan. He lives and moves and has his being through me and all other worshipers of him.

Hail Satan!
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#37814 - 04/18/10 07:01 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: satanictemple]
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Sireal is a name I chose for a bunch of reasons. First I have always wanted to join the OTr. but have too many other Orders to work with already \:\) But! if I were in the OTr. I would likely keep the name-its serious and fun at the same time. Second, I'm not a surreal artist but deeply influenced by them and I suppose some of my work would fall into that category. Also I like to keep things real in various corners of the net and this is the moniker I use.
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#38149 - 04/28/10 01:11 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Fnord]
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It's my favorite sound \:\)

edit - Don't mean to make such a one-liner post but there's not much else I can say, it's my name <3 One of the more important things in my life.


Edited by Joshua Sprenkle (04/28/10 01:12 AM)
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#39466 - 06/21/10 06:41 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Joshua Sprenkle]
Knievel74 Offline
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Mine is pretty obvious.

When I was a kid I used to watch Wide World Of Sports. It was, back then, and always will be the greatest sports program in history. That's where I used to watch Evel Knievel perform all of his jumps. He's also the only reason I ride a motorcycle.

1974 was when he attempted to jump the Snake River Canyon with a skycycle (it was basically a one-man rocket with wheels) even though there was a mechanical malfunction and he didn't make it (he actually did make it but the wind blew him back into the canyon) he is the only man in history to ever attempt that.

When he passed a few years ago, he was literally one of the last of the real men to ever walk the earth.

One of my favorite quotes of his is: "I did what I did and I do what I do because I'm Evel Knievel, and I don't question it".

*on a side note: 37 years after Evel tried to jump the canyon, his son, Robbie will attempt to perform that same stunt in a similar skycycle sometime next year.
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#39476 - 06/22/10 12:24 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Knievel74]
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 Originally Posted By: Knievel74
When he passed a few years ago, he was literally one of the last of the real men to ever walk the earth.

Being around the same age as you I also experienced the Wide World Of Sports and had great respect for the man. I lost some respect for him when he and his wife tried to sue ESPN for making a defamatory comment when they joked about him being a pimp. It made me think he was a bit out of touch with modern reality or looking for a quick buck.

But I don't know, why did I reply... Perhaps it is because to me a man is someone who can grab his balls and do what he needs to provide for him and his. Acquiring fame or seeking an adrenalin rush by risking "your life" run quite opposite to being a man in my book.

~T~

PS. Grabbing your balls is used figuratively only in this instance. I have met some strong females that were more a man than some of the new breed of male.
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#39477 - 06/22/10 12:33 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
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I just happen to think highly of myself
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#39478 - 06/22/10 12:39 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: wonderboy]
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Shit and here I was about to think you were only Wonderman's sidekick or Wonder Womans boy-toy. ;\)

Interesting first post...

Carry on.

~T~
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#39487 - 06/22/10 06:14 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
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My username doesn't mean anything....so basically I have this double-edged sword..and I fill TV with death cuz of my iron scepter cool frizzy powers....but the rest of my life is weird overkilled burnt stuff.....
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#39491 - 06/22/10 03:17 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: bl1ndeathwatcHer]
ta2zz Offline
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You replied to say nothing and babble forth much nonsense, fucking awesome like cancer. Not that I expect very much in this thread.

Stop taking hard drugs, listen to your doctors and please keep taking your medicine.

~T~


Edited by ta2zz (06/22/10 03:24 PM)
Edit Reason: Bent words to fit my will... ;)
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#39498 - 06/22/10 10:30 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Fnord]
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Last name is Miles. So, ineveitibly I was called kilometers, which lead to clicks. I usually go by Miles, but among the people who know me better I go by clicks.
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#39511 - 06/23/10 05:33 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: ta2zz]
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 Originally Posted By: ta2zz

 Originally Posted By: Knievel74
When he passed a few years ago, he was literally one of the last of the real men to ever walk the earth.

But I don't know, why did I reply... Perhaps it is because to me a man is someone who can grab his balls and do what he needs to provide for him and his. Acquiring fame or seeking an adrenalin rush by risking "your life" run quite opposite to being a man in my book.


How did Evel not provide for his family? At the height of his fame he and his family lived like royalty. I'm not saying he was an angel. He had many faults and ended up pissing away his money. But when you take a guy who lived in poverty as a kid and almost overnight becomes rich and famous he's going to lose touch with what's important.

I never understood people who think that fame is bad. Since when? I can't tell you how many people I've met - both men and women - who gave up their dream to start a family and now they're miserable because they realize it was the wrong decision and it's too late to do anything about it. Or, at least they think it is.

And what's the definition of a "real man"? Whenever I hear someone say, "Well, I gotta be a man and do what's right". What I really hear is, "I have to bow down and do what someone else thinks is right even though I know it's wrong and I really don't want to do it". That's not a man, that's a slave.

And I'd much rather be an adrenaline junky than work in some office for an asshole supervisor, who, because he couldn't play Third Base for the Dodgers, is taking it out on me.
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#60030 - 10/13/11 02:02 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: jesusbeater]
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"dust-e sheytoon" means, "I'm a friend of Satan," in Persian. There are several different ways to spell Satan in Persian. Sheytaan is more formal, while Sheytoon is more colloquial and includes the characteristic of having a dark sense of humor.

"dust-e man" is a more common phrase, which means "friend of mine."

My choice of Persian in this instance is somewhat a Sheytoonic reference to "Great Satan," the name that the Islamic Republic of Iran government uses when speaking about the U.S. government within a bombastic and propagandistic context.
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#60031 - 10/13/11 02:38 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: dust-e sheytoon]
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Loc: Richmond, VA
"Rein", an attached piece of leather or other materiel attached to a horse bit or bridal to issue subtle commands to direct motion or action.

It has been my past time both as a child and now again as an adult to find the reins that different people, organizations, or situations have in order to create a positive outcome for myself. While it is not always possible, it is a learning experience every time to try and find the smallest cues that can turn the situation to my favor. Something new is learned and adapted each time a failure happens in order to learn and grow that ability.

That trait and habit of mine has shaped a lot of my present and as such it makes a fitting username for my steps into Satanism.
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#60039 - 10/14/11 08:35 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Rein]
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I got mine from a name generator and used it ever since..

My other favorite username is CripledCyclone (My XBLive Gamertag)

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#60043 - 10/14/11 06:34 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Managor]
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My name rhymes . That is why I use it . And I intend to legally change my real name to Zach Black one day.
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#60082 - 10/15/11 11:49 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Zach_Black]
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Loc: PA
raid: 1) a sudden, hostile attack, esp, by troops or bandits. 2) a sudden invasion of a place by police, for discovering violations of the law.
RAIDER relates to these definitions. If I'm 'backed against a wall' or fed up...1) applies.
2) I've been on this end too.
RAIDER suits my personality, and I love dramatic events.
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#60366 - 10/23/11 11:25 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Fnord]
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Registered: 10/23/11
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my means the gift that satan has given me, the gift of the black light to light the world with full of his darkness.
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#60368 - 10/23/11 12:13 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: blackflamedemon]
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Mine is pretty simple. I am a female adversary, a female accuser, a female Satan. My entire approach to the LHP is based more around things that are traditionally feminine.


Plus, it's awful. It's not poetic, it's not pretty just boom in your face.
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#60369 - 10/23/11 01:34 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: blackflamedemon]
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Blackflamedemon, please write your introduction in the Introduction thread. Say a little about your interest in Satanism/LHP philosophy and what brought you here.
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#60394 - 10/24/11 03:36 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: felixgarnet]
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Chaos in the name of Order; complete and utter duality. A sane insanity; the idea that good and evil are too often one and the same. It is generally far too easy to guise one thing as something else thus I prefer to be man enough to admit it. I am only half chaos. That is what my name means.

I will probably move on to another name in a few years but I will keep this one for a while because I only recently began using it.

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#60416 - 10/25/11 01:00 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: halfchaos]
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Registered: 10/19/11
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Loc: Houston, TX
Many many sun cycles ago, I called a friend of Mine at home. He wasn't there, but his father was. Now, his father had never met Me or even really heard of Me much before this point, and further was a bit hard of hearing. When I left My name, therefore, and didn't spell it for him, he wrote down 'Vondraco' as My last name (which admittedly is vaguely similar to what it is in real life).

My friend told Me of this, and I found it amusing. So much so, in fact, that I started using it as a 'handle' on the then-fledgling Internet and BBS boards ... and it went from there.
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#60430 - 10/25/11 02:41 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
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I am Latvian from Latvia and I'm quite proud abut my nation and my language. There are about 1.4 million native Latvian speakers in Latvia and about 150,000 abroad... It's reason why I use Latvian as my username.

I'm not sure, that I'm only Latvian in the 600 Club.
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#65684 - 03/24/12 10:17 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Latvian]
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Loc: san diego, CA
I am Neurosys.
I posted a longwinded explanation to this thread many years ago.
Then I might have been Neurosis or MrCode/MrC0de.
Its weird I couldn't find my old username, so I made this one, but even weirder is that I can't find my old posts either.
Does anyone remember me? If I am correct Morgan runs this place now, any insight on... where I went? lol.

Well, I should answer the question as it is relevant now, but its not nearly as good a tale as the one I posted years ago.

Godaddy stole my identity of MrC0de when they hijacked my domain where I attempted to consolidate my 'internet persona'. I had to find a new one that I could live with even though I really identified with the whole MrC0de name and things I had created as Mrc0de(I'm a programmer).

I wanted something with a nice sound to it and I wanted to start hosting websites (I do that now, yay) so I thought Neurotic Networks would be cool kind of like "we're crazy about our servers" you get the idea.

"Neurosis is a class of functional mental disorders involving distress but neither delusions nor hallucinations, whereby behavior is not outside socially acceptable norms."

"It is also known as psychoneurosis or neurotic disorder, and thus those suffering from it are said to be neurotic. The term essentially describes an 'invisible injury' and the resulting condition."

Compelling for obvious reasons.
I never really connected neurotic networks with the hosting company (called it something more vanilla) and Neurosys is how I spell it when I have to permutate the username to register somewhere. It's become me instead of the thing I tried to create I guess.
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#65687 - 03/25/12 02:12 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: neurosys]
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I'm just a moderator here now. The site had a restart a few years ago. Some of the old posts and stuff can be viewed on the way back internet time machine. You name rings a few bells, so welcome back.

Enjoy, \:\)

Morgan
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#65693 - 03/25/12 11:18 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Morgan]
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Well i've kicked myself in the ass to do what I loved. So after studying some and practicing technique in fine arts, I started having Lucid Dreams, every night. I had dreams in dreams, dreams after dreams, one behind the other, out of body experiences ect ect. I can remember them so vividly, I feel like im closer to connecting with my real persona and true self and how I feel comfortable with myself.
The ™ was just a cutsie thing I found on the keyboard, it helps me remember which forums I use this username on.
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#65697 - 03/25/12 01:53 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: neurosys]
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Hi, Neurosys (again) and welcome back. I like the username's provenance but hope it doesn't make you feel all edgy! \:\)
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#65711 - 03/26/12 05:42 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: felixgarnet]
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Hegesias.

Hegesias wrote a book called Death by Starvation, in which a man who has resolved to starve himself is introduced as representing to his friends that death is actually more to be desired than life, and that the gloomy descriptions of human misery which this work contained were so overpowering, that they drove many persons to commit suicide, in consequence of which the author received the surname of Death-persuader. His book was published at Alexandria, where he was, in consequence, banned from teaching by king Ptolemy II Philadelphus.

A fine example of how a genuine sense of humour can be ill received by the literal.
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#66677 - 05/08/12 01:19 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
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My username is derived from the name of the God of Darkness in the computer game "Grandia II". Valmar opposed Granas, the God of Light. The followers of Granas were compelled to pray unceasingly. A few select smart individuals decided that they'd rebel. A man by the name of Valmar became a God. That's a summary of the game's backstory.
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#66720 - 05/09/12 07:04 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: neurosys]
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Mine is fairly simple...My first name; Johnny(John) and the number of the beast which I have tattooed proudly on my left forearm. Because after all thats what I am, an animal, an untamed Beast.
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#66724 - 05/09/12 09:00 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: JohnnySixes]
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 Originally Posted By: JohnnySixes
Mine is fairly simple...My first name; Johnny(John) and the number of the beast which I have tattooed proudly on my left forearm. Because after all thats what I am, an animal, an untamed Beast.
You mean to tell me you're not the world's greatest predator and a highly evolved organism?

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#66753 - 05/11/12 12:22 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Fnord]
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Registered: 04/28/12
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Loc: Canada
My Family and Friends have always called me Toto, i just added the black to it for this site.

Salute!
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#66762 - 05/12/12 09:34 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: totoblack]
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My username is my real name. I understand the concerns of those who don’t want their real names revealed, but it was important for me to say to the group, “This is the real me, or as close as anyone’s going to get to the real me. I have my flaws, but I am also learning and growing. Thanks for hearing me out.”
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#66864 - 05/20/12 11:50 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Fnord]
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I'm a big AC/DC fan. That, and it fits the whole "Satanism" thing.
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#66867 - 05/21/12 02:53 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
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Well i'm glad you asked Noctuary. My user name is awesome and very special. It comes from arjuna, and ascent. And you'll notice my profile pic has a dark scary demon type thing with what appears to be a black sun behind it. Makes no sense? yeah.
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#66872 - 05/22/12 12:48 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: arjunasAscent]
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Mine is actually my real name.. well middle name at any rate... got the name from my dad, comes from a book called The Magus by John Fowles

The character Conchis is a rich guy that constructs realities around people utilizing actors props himself so on..... ha what a poor book review.. at any rate its a must read if you haven't already!!!!


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#66875 - 05/22/12 03:06 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
Wilbur Offline
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Wilbur sounds kind and it reflects the kindness that prevails in my personality. Rackthorn sounds like what it is. A rack or THE rack upon which people were punished. Thorns are sharp and they hurt you if you disturb them, so am I.
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#66882 - 05/22/12 04:21 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Conchis]
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There are a couple of people here, including myself, who like that book by Fowles.

Good user name. Cheers!

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#66890 - 05/23/12 12:11 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: ]
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MCMLXXXVI is the Roman Numeral for 1986, which is my birth year.

The one true holiday in my opinion.
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#66946 - 05/24/12 12:27 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Fnord]
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Im Zombie Mike because thats my oldest nickname. Im azazel on SIN but unfortunetly someone has already claimed it here. Im azazel because he's my favorite figure in mythology and @Fnord i love the dark tower series apparently there planning on making movies.
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#66954 - 05/24/12 04:51 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Zombie Mike]
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Hey Mike. Welcome to the 600 Club.
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#67547 - 06/21/12 06:35 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Jake999]
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Loc: Benelux
I use the name "Stick" because I have the suspicion it was the first "tool" and weapon, humanoids have used.
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#69204 - 07/19/12 05:50 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
Robert Paulson Offline
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Like Space Monkey, I took my user name from Fight Club. Robert Paulson's name gets chanted a few times later in the movie. I often use the name when I order pizza for take-out. Some young guys years ago mentioned that I look a bit like Meat Loaf (the actor and singer, not the food) so I identified with the character from the movie. Their comment inspired me to get into better shape, so the less I resemble my avatar the better. I am still curious how Xear got his name.
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#69213 - 07/19/12 08:04 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Robert Paulson]
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Isn't it obvious? I'm harboring a secretive and shame-ridden crush on Dan Dread, of course.
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#69218 - 07/19/12 09:14 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Bette Doom]
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The meaning behind my username is detailed in my introductory post.

To recap, though, consider the biological concept of the prion as a completely different form of infectious agent, unrecognisable as such by traditional biological theory.

Now, as a little thought experiment, let's apply this metaphorically to the realm of ideas, in which the field of memetics parallels ideas to infectious agents.

In short, consider what would be a memetic equivalent of a prion.

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#69270 - 07/20/12 06:02 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Prion]
Robert Paulson Offline
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Prion, I like your idea for a user name. I am certified to process and sterilize surgical instrumentation, so I am familiar with prions. I have always explained them as being funky proteins that encourage nearby proteins to be funky. In your case, I guess you like to encourgage others around you to be different from the established norms. Prions are also difficult to deactivate by conventional means, but that would be a deep medical discussion and have little bearing on the philosophy here. Be cool, Prion!
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#69472 - 07/26/12 11:30 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
Andy Offline
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I am Welsh and a singledad.. WelshDad.
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#69553 - 07/28/12 12:22 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Andy]
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Loc: Alaska, U.S.
Mine is from an ancient babylonian story I once read.

The tragic hero in the story name is Zadig. He always tries to do the right thing but by doing the right thing all the time no matter what, he keeps getting himself in worse and worse trouble.

I relate to that.

My username will always be Zadig.
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#69568 - 07/28/12 07:48 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Zadig]
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Loc: California,U.S.
My Username speaks for itself. I find seekingwisdom a great hobby to keep busy and to thrive my electrons in my brain to stay active, to grow and to retain my wisdom.

Too many idiots watch too much mindless TV(Spongebob) as a hobby, so to me the best hobby in life is growing my brain cells and learning new things.I enjoy TV that teaches me, like history channel or documentaries but not cartoons or dumb comedies.

I take one college class a semester while I work as a welder full time and enjoy reading everything that I can,solving problems and feel as nature is the best teacher in life like watching birds and ants work. Life is about how much you can grow and learn while in it, so I stay away from Alchohal and drugs because they harm my brain cells, but dont care if anyone else wants to indulge. I used to smoke weed for sleep but it wasn't benefiting me in the end (memory), so I quit.

I wont bust rob forever I plan to take the welding Inspector class and then move up to teaching students how to become superb welders. Wisdom is more precious than gold and is the greatest gift in life.Therefore I am going to obtain as much as I can.

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#69738 - 07/31/12 10:27 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: seekswisdom]
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"A Glasgow smile (also known as a Glasgow grin or Chelsea grin or Cheshire grin or rat smile) refers to the wound that results from slashing a person's face from the edges of the mouth to the ears."

My name is Chelsea, and I simply found it fascinating that my name was also associated with a type of mutilation. A friend of mine pointed this out to me, and started calling me Miss Chelsea Grin, and it stuck.

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#69757 - 08/01/12 11:28 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
Lazarus Offline
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"Lazarus" represents death and resurrection. As for using it as my chosen name, it represents death of the mundane, and resurrection to the esoteric.

My full chosen name is Lazarus Maleficus, which transliterates to "Resurrected purveyor of evil" - evil to me which represents the Satan that I am (not the mudane's description of evil), and the resurrected God that I have chosen to be.
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#69787 - 08/02/12 07:53 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Lazarus]
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Mine started life as my black metal name. Over time 'Filthmessiah' came to represent the darker, stronger side of myself. As I have worked to bring balance to the so called 'light' and 'dark' sides of my personality over the years I have come to think myself in some ways as the Filthmessiah. In the respect of being the person who can and must do the sometimes terrible, and unpleasant in order to save (salvation in the true sense) myself and also others whom I care for when they are deserving of it. It is still my black metal name, but it has grown over the years to mean much more.
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#70139 - 08/12/12 12:10 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Filthmessiah]
Le Deluge Offline
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It is a hat tip to the dry summer we've experienced. I can't say it has any deeper meaning (albeit I do find the quote poignant)
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#71092 - 09/21/12 01:54 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Le Deluge]
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Mine is pretty straightforward. A Greek personification of darkness. It seemed to fit the mold here, and I am fairly well versed in Greco/Roman theology.

Also, it's a nice, tidy name.
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#71094 - 09/21/12 02:58 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Erebus]
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Quotes from Wikipedia:

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Naamah or Na'amah (Hebrew: נעמה‎) is a demonic legendary creature, the mother of divination. How she became a demon is unclear

Naamah comes from Hebrew: נעם‎ naem and means pleasant.

The meaning of her name is argued among Hebrew scholars; it refers either to her virtuous nature ("pleasing" to God (YHVH)) or to a penchant for idolatry (singing "pleasant" songs to pagan idols).


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In the Zohar

Naamah appears in the Zohar as one of the four angels of sacred prostitution, the mates of the archangel Samael. Her fellow succubi are Lilith, Eisheth Zenunim, and Agrat Bat Mahlat. They are the original four queens of the demons. According to Zohar she is a succubus and fallen angel, and is generally regarded as an aspect or relation of Lilith. After Cain killed Abel, Adam separated from Eve for 130 years. During this time, two female spirits, Lilith and Naamah would visit Adam and bear his children, who became the Plagues of Mankind. (Zohar 3:76b-77a)

Also according to Zohar, Naamah corrupted Aza and Azael. (Zohar: Genesis: Chapter XXXII)


Qlippoth: Nehemoth (one of the qlippoth)

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Nehemoth: Whisperers (or Night Specter)

“These are responsible for frightening sounds in strange places. They excite the mind and cause strange desires.” This corresponds with Malkuth as well.


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Nehema: Groaning

To Nehemoth, Nehema is attributed, “and is traditionally a demon and the sister of Lilith, possibly a remembrance of the Egyptian Nephthys and Isis.



Edited by Naama (09/21/12 02:59 AM)
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#72096 - 10/22/12 12:16 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Naama]
Rivenstar Offline
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Registered: 09/10/11
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Loc: The city of sin.
My user name is actually an old nickname of mine that goes way back to when I was just a young lad of thirteen. Me and some friends of mine decided that we would get together and form a magic coven and that we should each come up with some sort of magical name for ourselves.

I remember being very into studying all about astronomy back then and being into learning about black holes in particular. I also remember that I had been trying to learn how to summon up demons and being rather poeticly inspired by Revelation 9:1's "and I saw a star falling from heaven to the earth and in his hands were the keys to the bottomless pit" or some such, as well as Anton LaVeys comments about how white lighters cowerdly try to protect themselves from the very demonic forces they seek out for help. So I decided to call myself Rivenstar.








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#73147 - 11/22/12 11:02 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
Alarki Offline
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There is no exciting or meaningful story behind my username, I simply took the name Loki and played with it until I came up with Alarki. It is the username I use for everything.
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#73204 - 11/26/12 01:46 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Erebus]
Dagusu Offline
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Registered: 08/02/10
Posts: 10
Loc: Nuevo León, México
The meaning behind my user name is actually quite dull, it's basically the first two letters of my name and two last names together.
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#73215 - 11/26/12 11:29 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Dagusu]
athwart Offline
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Loc: NJ
Look my username up in a dictionary. It should be obvious why I chose it. If not, I chose it because I feel that I stand athwart two worlds... my own and the rest of the world. Not necessarily in a Satanic sort of way, however. I see folly everywhere I look and want no part of it. Yet, I must survive with the rest of you. The need to belong is not part of my character. I don't need friends. I don't need your approval, concern, attention. I prefer to be invisible. This is different than most people. These are traits detrimental to success in this world,.which is why I have one foot in each.
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#73354 - 11/30/12 06:52 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: athwart]
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Registered: 11/24/12
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Loc: usa
tom sawyer , a lover of adventure, and a great RUSH song .




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#73559 - 12/04/12 01:38 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: tomsawyer]
Miss Gnomophobe Offline
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Registered: 11/28/12
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Loc: Illinois, USA
I have an inside with my friends about being afraid of gnomes (and they occasionally do give me the heebie jeebies). So Gnomophobe kind of stuck. I just added a Miss in front of it to sound more extravagant, shall we say? ;\)

So there you have it. Miss Gnomophobe, simply.
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#73567 - 12/04/12 10:08 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Miss Gnomophobe]
FemaleSatan Offline
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Yard gnomes, or just gnomes on general?

Anyway, I think your screen name is cute.
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#73573 - 12/04/12 06:49 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: FemaleSatan]
Miss Gnomophobe Offline
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Yard gnomes.. they're creepy little buggers.

And thanks! \:D
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#73909 - 12/25/12 01:58 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Miss Gnomophobe]
Robert Paulson Offline
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I wonder if gnomes keep small statues of humans in their front yards. Perhaps rabbits keep a human foot for good luck as well.
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#73911 - 12/25/12 02:16 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Miss Gnomophobe]
ta2zz Offline
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Registered: 08/28/07
Posts: 1552
Loc: Connecticut
This struck me as funny see I have a bathroom gnome at my shop.

One day a couple years ago while walking through Walgreen's I looked over and this little chubby gnome winked at me. He was laying on his belly under a mushroom and he was 50% off so only a couple dollars.

He now lives in my shop bathroom under the sink, he sits and watches the toilet, he is a little pervert. I have gone in at the end of the night and female clients have moved him so he was not staring at them but the wall instead. Of course I notice this because I put him there for this reason.

They talk together when you sleep, and no they do not keep tiny human statues on their lawns and find that thought quite silly.

~T~
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#74341 - 01/10/13 11:44 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: ta2zz]
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Registered: 04/27/10
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Loc: UK
muppet (ˈmʌpɪt)

—noun (slang) (UK)
An ignorant person who has no idea about anything.

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slayer (sleɪer)

—noun
Someone who causes the death of a person or animal.
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#75051 - 02/07/13 02:48 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Fnord]
Kirsten Offline
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Registered: 01/13/13
Posts: 24
Loc: Boulder, Co
I love the dark tower series. Im reading the third gunslinger book right now! There really is no meaning behind my username, because it's my actual name. so.... I am the meaning behind my username \:\)
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#75144 - 02/10/13 04:43 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Kirsten]
khaos Offline
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Registered: 01/18/13
Posts: 8
Loc: Sweden
Khaos is a combination of the english word 'chaos' and the swedish word 'kaos', which also means chaos.
I picked it because I believe that before something can be rebuilt, there must be a riot, a revolution, that gives the founders of the rebuilding a fresh start.
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#75449 - 03/20/13 03:32 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Fnord]
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The meaning behind my username, never thought of it until now. I find myself at times to be extremely cold blooded and heartless but powerful in several aspects. I find Dragonsblood to be very powerful like me and cold blooded like me. The darkness within attracts coldness and power.
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#75464 - 03/22/13 01:17 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Dragonsblood]
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Registered: 03/20/13
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Loc: Mexico City, Mexico
My user name is a combination of two female deities.

Tlazolteotl, the devourer of Filth, is an Aztec Goddess. She is the patron goddess of whores, venereal diseases and sin, but she is also the one goddess who could clean men from all sins through confession. She is important to me because I think that in order to keep myself clean I need to lose my sense of revulsion, and because I naturally draw confessions from people and I take pleasure in wading through their filth until they feel clean.

Eris, the one they call Strife, is the Greek Goddess of Chaos and Confusion. Chaos and Confusion are sacred for me because I've found that too much certainty murders my curiosity, and excessive pride leads me to stagnation.
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#75782 - 04/06/13 04:04 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Dragonsblood]
Ken Barrett Offline
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Registered: 03/13/13
Posts: 29
Loc: Devil's Hole, USA
Ken Barrett, the anti-christ, was born to Jessica , a woman possessed by the Devil in the 70s movie Beyond The Door.
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#75932 - 04/12/13 07:45 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Dragonsblood]
Charlie Daniels Offline
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Registered: 11/29/12
Posts: 7
Loc: Rochdale, England
No mythical meaning with any deep contotations I'm afraid.

Way back when one of my favourite songs was Tribute by Tenacious D. Heard it while recovering from a particularly heavy saturday night and liked it. Few years later became curious to what the fabled 'best song in the world' was. There's a suggestion it was 'Devil Went Down To Georgia' by the Charlie Daniels band. Turns out to be an equally amazing song and that stuck with me. So Charlie Daniels it is

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#76201 - 04/30/13 06:30 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Charlie Daniels]
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Mine isn't as creative as the others... According to the webpage 20000-names.com, my middle name (Melinda) means "black serpent/sweet serpent". It's simple as that.
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#76204 - 04/30/13 12:20 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: TheBlackSerpent]
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'Abscissor' comes from 'Abscission', the act of cutting away or tearing. There is a great emphasis on 'cutting away' in the LHP, whether its the aspects of the ego which represent mundanity, the separation of oneself from others as an isolated being, trimming the dross form one's lives or influences or forceful acts that jolt and shock the psyche, tearing it way from its comforts or indolence.

Setians might recognise the birth of Set and the symbol of the Pesh-Khent as acts and tools of abscission, while Black Metallers might recognise 'Abscission' as a rather good song by Deathspell Omega, which in honesty is what initially turned my attention to the whole concept.
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#76277 - 05/04/13 06:08 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Abscissor]
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Loc: Manchester, Maryland
About ten years ago, I had seen the Latin word for fire (Ignis) misspelled as "Ignus", and had heard the name "Dracula" came from "Dracul", meaning "Dragon" with the "a" being a suffix meaning "Son of". I've always felt an affinity for fire, so I combined the two, forming "Ignusa".
I soon decided to use all capital letters, because it seemed to me to emphasise my own importance in my life.
About a year ago, I came to terms with the fact that Im Transgender, and began my transition. I wasnt sure how to reflect that without changing the name which still held a lot of meaning to me, so I changed the "U" to a "V"; "V" seems to have some feminine association, and was also used in place of "U" in some older Latin texts, so it made sense to me.
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#76356 - 05/15/13 10:55 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: IGNVSA]
Tissaia Offline
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Registered: 10/15/12
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Loc: Bielsko-Biała, Poland
Tissaia de Vries is one of the sorceresses in the Witcher series by Andrzej Sapkowski. She was a grandmistress of magic and was very skilled and knowledgeable. Quite a role model for me \:\)
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#76376 - 05/16/13 10:28 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Tissaia]
evilboy666 Offline
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Loc: Texas
My name is a tribute to those who said I was evil. Not that I think there is good nor evil but here's to them !
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#76392 - 05/17/13 04:35 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Fnord]
SIN3 Offline
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My user name is my nickname, and the number 3 is significant to my birth date. My legal name is Alison, people have been calling me SIN since childhood. It's also an acronym.
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#77727 - 07/03/13 02:22 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Fnord]
Azrael999 Offline
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Well mine is just a representation of myself on the lack of spiritual side...Azrael because that is technically the god of death...And 999 because I'm, know not to be 2 proud if it er anything but fkkn-Evil so I represent that And not everything is the right side up....
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#77801 - 07/06/13 10:14 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Azrael999]
SIN3 Offline
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In Hebrew its "God is my Aid" and in the Arabic form its "One Whom God Helps". The Angel archetypes are symbolic roles. What do you think about the Comic rendition?
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#77851 - 07/08/13 09:54 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: SIN3]
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 Originally Posted By: SIN3
In Hebrew its "God is my Aid" and in the Arabic form its "One Whom God Helps". The Angel archetypes are symbolic roles. What do you think about the Comic rendition?


I am interested, can you link me to the sources where you verified your nickname is a resemblance of "One Whom God Helps"?

I 'd appreciate it \:\)
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#77852 - 07/08/13 01:01 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: MoSa]
SIN3 Offline
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I have a few books on Angels, this one came from The Encyclopedia of Angels.

What jogged my memory about it is Gargamel's cat in 'The Smurfs', his little helper.

I've dated a few Comic buffs, and it got me thinking about the use of the characterization in DC comics.

If you do a quick search on baby names, many of the hosting sites give a background into the name.

I did a quick peek at the Wiki, and The Dictionary of Fallen-Angels is cited. I don't have that particular book, but I do have the 'A-Z of Angels', which includes the same information. When I have time, I'll check the bibliography on both books. I'm responding remotely.
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#77853 - 07/08/13 03:11 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: MoSa]
SIN3 Offline
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I took a look, and unfortunately the 'Angels A to Z' does not cite sources, but instead includes a comprehensive reading list in the back of the book. I located the Book on Google Books, so you can have a look-see at the passage I'm referring to: HERE

HERE is a Baby-names reference. On this site, it says "Aided by God", Hebrew Origin.

I managed to locate a Hebrew Anthology: HERE most citations claim it originated in Hebrew Lore and was later adopted by Islam (Arabic Variant). See this Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, the back-story appears to be consistent.

See also: An Elementary Derivation of English Words

I popped over to a Hebrew Language Lexicon, and it lead me to: THIS with the cited spelling variation of 'Azriel'. It includes Bible passage references.

The Angels & Demons Wikimedia appears to culminate all of this data into a searchable Book.

The citation for the Azrael passage can be found on page 310. The [1]citation appears to be Gustav Davidson's "A Dictionary of Angels, including Fallen-Angels". There are (7) other references, and a few external links.


For funsies, I checked the spelling for Gargamel's Cat, and its ' Azrael '.



If you check out the Gargamel Wiki, you'll see that he is thought to be the quintessential Jew. The struggle between he (the Darkness) and the Smurfs (the Light), has religious undertones and characters.

So flip 'Azrael999' on its head and it's 'Satan's Little Helper'.


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#77858 - 07/08/13 07:00 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: SIN3]
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So, @SIN3

Let me introduce you to Azrael as I know it \:\)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Azrael

\:\)
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#77893 - 07/09/13 02:36 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: MoSa]
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See: Wiki Citation [1]

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The Qur'an never uses this name, rather referring to Malak al-Maut (which translates directly as angel of death). Also spelt Izrail, Azrin, Izrael, Azriel, Azrail, Ezraeil, Azraille, Azryel, Ozryel, or Azraa-eel, the Chambers English dictionary uses the spelling Azrael. The name literally means Whom God Helps,[1] in an adapted form of Hebrew


See also: Jewish Angelic Hierarchy

Angels, much like Daemons are intercessors. Carriers. Azriel doesn't make it on to one of the Sephriah of the Kabbalah. Death, is to be experienced.

The adaptations in literature and film are interesting.
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#77895 - 07/09/13 03:22 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: SIN3]
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 Originally Posted By: SIN3
See: Wiki Citation [1]

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The Qur'an never uses this name, rather referring to Malak al-Maut (which translates directly as angel of death). Also spelt Izrail, Azrin, Izrael, Azriel, Azrail, Ezraeil, Azraille, Azryel, Ozryel, or Azraa-eel, the Chambers English dictionary uses the spelling Azrael. The name literally means Whom God Helps,[1] in an adapted form of Hebrew


See also: Jewish Angelic Hierarchy

Angels, much like Daemons are intercessors. Carriers. Azriel doesn't make it on to one of the Sephriah of the Kabbalah. Death, is to be experienced.

The adaptations in literature and film are interesting.


Perhaps, I can not ignore the fact of the huge impact of miss understanding origins of things and where it led eventually.

I always liked the name though \:\)
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#77962 - 07/12/13 03:20 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: MoSa]
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I'm going to pretend I didn't read that but Azrael.
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#81422 - 10/22/13 08:06 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
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Uralya, is a my favorite son g by, tech n9ne. (Yer-a-lie-a).
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#81425 - 10/22/13 08:58 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
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That karma is not a moralistic score-keeper.

For example: no good deed goes unpunished, bad things do happen to "good" people, villains often live happily ever after with much impunity, while heroes are seldom vindicated until centuries after their execution.

That the essence of karma at it's fundamental level is something other than what is commonly understood.

*plus it sounds pretty nifty ;\)





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#81433 - 10/22/13 10:35 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: antikarmatomic]
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My name is William. I had a friend for the long time who called me Wilhelm the Impaler. (he was a bit of an odd duck)

It stuck, I began re-enactment, and took the name Wilhelm/Vilhjalmr as my in-character name, and use it as a user name as well.

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#81956 - 11/05/13 12:47 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Wilhelm R]
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I'm a Satanist DJ:
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#81961 - 11/05/13 05:47 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: DJHezron]
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Etharzi Ors, an enochian translation of my original name. My father was a savage brute, and recently disowning me, requested that I lose the name of his father and the family's last name. Gladly, I looked up the meaning of the name 'Geoffery Swartz'. Peaceful black is what I came up with.
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#81964 - 11/05/13 06:30 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Etharzi Ors]
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I'd love to say that it has anything to do with the Sinister Numen and my understanding of things as they are in themselves, but the truth is I picked it for an AOL screen name in the late 90's because Melkinbels was taken and I'd just read Kant for the umpteenth time (noumenon), and it's just been convenient to keep using.
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#82007 - 11/06/13 08:29 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: numen]
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I have universal before my forum name here,
I see myself as a Modern/La Veyan Satanist.
But I use other ways of Satanism as for my rituals.
Personal I use the rituals from La Vey but sometimes there are other rituals not La Veyan that do work for me.
But eventually all the forms of Satanism is for your own grief and satisfaction,even the theistic form.
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#82206 - 11/10/13 06:01 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: UniversalSatanic]
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Those other links won't work I didn't like the sound but I've got some new music:

DJ Hezron - Dance of the Goblin

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#82390 - 11/17/13 06:25 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: DJHezron]
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As things go, I just happen to be a member of an esoteric Satanic Order.

Pestilence just happens to be the name I was given when I became an official Adept of this order and I am very proud of it and like to use it whenever I can.
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#82400 - 11/17/13 12:52 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Pestilence]
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Because my rank, Staff Sergeant, is abbreviated SSG in the U.S. Army (other branches vary). And because my last name is Todd. Simple, but effective.
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#82734 - 11/29/13 07:26 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Fnord]
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I got my username from the illness Haemolacria.
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#82770 - 11/30/13 07:53 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
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My username is from a quote from the Book of Satan:

"Is it natural for enemies to do good unto each other - and WHAT IS GOOD?"

I interpreted this as a subjective point of view. What you think is bad, may be good to me.

"Pleasure pain, like beauty, are in the eyes of the beholder."


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#82785 - 11/30/13 02:49 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: What Is Good?]
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Aciel- derivative of Azazel-"He who has strengthened himself as God" guardian of the Abyss, bringer of the Black Flame of wisdom-the inherent divine nature of mankind.
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#82800 - 12/01/13 07:58 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Aciel]
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My username has been changed in the system - from SSG Todd - by an unknown power, so I guess I'll update here. My first name is Shay, my last name is Todd. Simple and accurate. No need for titles. I'm no-nonsense. Haha. (I'm plenty nonsense usually.)
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#83843 - 01/06/14 09:37 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Shay Todd]
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Para Bellum, "for war". I've been in the Army for almost 20 years, it fits.
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#84031 - 01/17/14 07:15 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
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The “Psy” part of my nick name comes from the fact I am a Psychotherapist. The rest is about the Baisd Bheulach, a demon that has haunted the moors of Scotland for thousands of years; so having Scottish blood in this American born body I thought it was fitting to use that for part of my Nickname. Furthermore, the Baisd Bheulach is the earthly embodiment of animal rage, hating humanity with unrestrained ferocity. His claws and teeth rend flesh and shatter bone but his ultimate punishment; choosing a mortal man as his host, for the demon must have one to exist in our world. By day man must live in fear of nightfall for, by the light of the moon, the great beast assumes complete control. After watching his territory slowly seized by man, Baisd Bheulach has come to realize he and his werewolves cannot fight all humanity alone. Thus he seeks like minds to further his goals.
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#84741 - 02/03/14 01:55 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
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Trahaearn is a Welsh male name. It means "strong as iron" I find Welsh to be a very beautiful and aesthetic language.
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#84743 - 02/03/14 02:54 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Trahaearn]
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Cool. I think all languages have their pluses but there's only so many hours in a day. Welsh is something you're digging? Why? (completely non-derisive, just curious)
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#84745 - 02/03/14 03:13 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: antikarmatomic]
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My name is Bonnie.

With my accent, it is pronounced boh-nee (2nd & 3rd play button - UK pronunciation)
as apposed to, Baa-nee (1st play arrow - US pronunciation) which seems to be the way most Americans pronounce it.

I really dislike the American pronunciation of my name, as to me, it sound like 'Barney'.
So it became a habit to ask any friends from the US and Canada to call me 'Bunny', because when they say 'bunny' it sounds far closer to the way I pronounce my own name. \:\)

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#84747 - 02/03/14 03:37 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Bunnie]
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bow-knee it is, then. \:\) Either way we all know antikarmatomic is not what my parents named me. *it'd be pretty cool if they did, though, but nah.

Then again if I were to preface it with an "aqa" (Mr) only a few would know how to pronounce that glottal "q" - that's sort of the upside to text... pronunciation accounts for very little. I can't possibly fuck up pronouncing your name because I simply don't.

Just reading \:\)
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#84749 - 02/03/14 04:06 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: antikarmatomic]
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Hi, my name simply mean Black Flame and was inspired by Lucifer in a working.
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#84751 - 02/03/14 04:18 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Flama Nigra]
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Well at least I'll have no problems pronouncing it :p
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#84757 - 02/03/14 09:14 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Trahaearn]
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 Originally Posted By: Trahaearn
Trahaearn is a Welsh male name. It means "strong as iron" I find Welsh to be a very beautiful and aesthetic language.


Welsh is a fascinating language. My yahoo handle is Anwyn_of_earth, I heard Anwyn in a dream and furiously researched it. What I discovered is based on the spelling variations, it can mean either keeper of the Underworld or The Underworld itself. Coming from an Italian immigrant family carrying a Welsh last name, it was fascinating to me. I'm not sure where I had come across the name, or why it would surface in my dreams but it seemed fitting for my activities roaming about the Earth.
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#84959 - 02/10/14 09:53 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Fnord]
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I'm an anarchist and a Satanist. Simple and to the point.
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#85173 - 02/19/14 06:10 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
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Firearms are a big hobby of mine. I own several pistols and rifles of various calibers. I also reload ammunition, so I'm around gunpowder quite a bit. Thus the name.
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#85174 - 02/19/14 06:41 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: SIN3]
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 Originally Posted By: SIN3
 Originally Posted By: Trahaearn
Trahaearn is a Welsh male name. It means "strong as iron" I find Welsh to be a very beautiful and aesthetic language.


Welsh is a fascinating language. My yahoo handle is Anwyn_of_earth, I heard Anwyn in a dream and furiously researched it. What I discovered is based on the spelling variations, it can mean either keeper of the Underworld or The Underworld itself. Coming from an Italian immigrant family carrying a Welsh last name, it was fascinating to me. I'm not sure where I had come across the name, or why it would surface in my dreams but it seemed fitting for my activities roaming about the Earth.



Do you read a lot of fantasy? Several writers took the names from our mythology and changed the spelling and used them as characters in books.
I'm not going to get into a debate about Welsh mythology despite being brought up in Wales and having to learn Welsh till I was 16, because there are so many regional variations etc it could get messy!

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#85175 - 02/19/14 06:45 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: BaronVonShankly]
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No. I don't actually. After the dream I invoked the Internet gods to help me figure out what it meant. Do you have an alternate, since you speak it? I'd be curious to learn that, if there is some other interpretation.
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#85197 - 02/20/14 04:09 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: SIN3]
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Well from what I remember from school. Annwn is the spelling that is used in most versions of welsh mythology, her hounds were called Cŵn Annwn. I've been to several of the places associated with her.
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#85200 - 02/20/14 04:47 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: BaronVonShankly]
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Kakihara is a sadomasochistic character in Takashi Miike's 'Ichi the Killer'.

This film explores concepts of violence quite thoroughly; concepts such as violence driven by revenge, pleasure from violence, and violence for its own sake. This appeals to my morbid curiosity.

This film (along with a few others) also changed my perspective of filmmaking several years back. It motivated me to major in cinematography and become a freelancer in the film industry.


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#85218 - 02/21/14 10:28 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: BaronVonShankly]
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 Originally Posted By: BaronVonShankly
Well from what I remember from school. Annwn is the spelling that is used in most versions of welsh mythology, her hounds were called Cŵn Annwn. I've been to several of the places associated with her.


I had come across that spelling when I was researching. Annwn back then, there wasn't a wiki to speak of. I went with the 'y' spelling variation from Middle Welsh because of the connotations in my dream of a deep/under world. It was rendered in a curse tablet traced back to a Middle-Welsh spelling.
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#85239 - 02/22/14 09:43 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
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very simple. Calvert Brown is an alias I use when on forums or most social networking sites. It keeps my "classmates" at school from recognizing me and bothering me online. It also makes me unrecognizable to my somewhat strict parents.

I chose the number seven, because I used to be into eastern religions, most of which are all obsessed with this number because of their "chakra system" bullshit.
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#86668 - 04/22/14 05:41 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Fnord]
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I had that Sheryl Crow song stuck in my head.
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#86685 - 04/23/14 01:29 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: windingRoad]
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The name of my company is desecrated productions. It's to long to use as a username.
My name is jonathan, and it's always taken.
So, desecrated. is usually what I use.

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#86873 - 04/26/14 01:12 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Desecrated]
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I've used the username "Crake" for a few things in the past few years (starting with my Xbox username). It just sort of stuck, so I kept using it.

I originally got it from a novel, "Oryx and Crake", not the species itself. Simply put, I just really liked the guy in the novel named Crake. Also, it wasn't even his real name. It was a name he used for an online game, and it just stuck to him as a general name. I figured it'd be cool to mimic the online part (and hence my Xbox username, which then stuck).

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#86917 - 04/27/14 09:32 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: antikarmatomic]
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Just like it as a language. No ties to most modern European languages. Plus my own name is Welsh too so I have a connection to it
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#86919 - 04/27/14 09:48 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: SIN3]
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The thing is Welsh uses W and Y as vowels, I doubt that an English wiki would register that.
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#87866 - 05/22/14 08:35 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Fnord]
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When I was younger I was suffering from severe depression and I have since grown an obsession with blood and the dead world of many cultures. So recently maybe 4 months ago got hit by a stroke of my old depression and so began self harming in the name of whom ever you like. I then re made an account on the 600 Club and my new username is either leviathans rule or cut me inside. thanks for reading.
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#87895 - 05/23/14 05:43 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: cut me inside]
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 Originally Posted By: cut me inside
When I was younger I was suffering from severe depression and I have since grown an obsession with blood and the dead world of many cultures.


Is this because you wanted to be dead but lacked the conviction?

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So recently maybe 4 months ago got hit by a stroke of my old depression and so began self harming in the name of whom ever you like.


In essence, you're a cutter that can't seem to cut deep enough?


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I then re made an account on the 600 Club and my new username is either leviathans rule or cut me inside. thanks for reading.


What happened to your old account?
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#87896 - 05/23/14 05:46 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Trahaearn]
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 Originally Posted By: Trahaearn
The thing is Welsh uses W and Y as vowels, I doubt that an English wiki would register that.


As I stated previously, I had researched it prior to a Wiki page being erected for it. I found it in relation to a Welsh curse tablet rendering. I had read, that the spelling variation mattered in terms of communicating the 'underworld' specifically.
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#88915 - 06/05/14 07:57 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
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Pretty simple actually, my Zodiac sign is Leo (Sun) From the constellation of Leo which is a Lion.

Vapula is a demon depicted as a Lion.

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#102593 - 09/03/15 05:53 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Fnord]
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It's a song I related to from a hard time in my life. Used it for several items for many years. Nothing cryptic,special or clever here.
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#102643 - 09/05/15 07:07 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: EnvyTheSunshine]
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"Witch" comes from "witch hunt" . It vaguely refers to a clash of interests between the status and the individual.
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#102703 - 09/10/15 01:53 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: witch]
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The Satanic part is pretty simple.

The princess part is that I used to, when I was a younger girl, daydream that if I were a princess I could have whatever I wanted. Also "princess" is my boyfriend's nickname for me.

The tiger part is that tigers are stronger than any other cat, plus I used to get nicknamed "tiger" in school; and plus tigers are my favourite animal \:\)
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#102714 - 09/11/15 12:28 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
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My screen name reflects my general irreverence for pretense. I just don't give a fuck about my screen name, nor cultivating a particular online persona, because I find both associated with ego.

Although I do see usefulness with the ego, it often acts as a barrier, a limitation, to individual action and learning from the outside world.

In effect, the ego is often an internal "Pentagram", psychologically shielding a person from interactions with reality (similar to LaVey's view on standing in pentagrams in "magical" workings- Doing so defeats the entire fucking purpose of the working. Why protect yourself from a "demon" you want to interact with?)

Lots of folks on here post amazingly insightful thoughts. I respect those folks' posts, irregardless of any poster's cool/mysterious/esoteric/etc. screen name.

I like my Deadpool Avatar because he gives no fucks, I appreciate that.

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#102801 - 09/15/15 06:09 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
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I was obsessed with king diamond when I was younger so I used Diamond and 79 for mu birth year.
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#102803 - 09/15/15 06:56 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Diamond79]
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 Originally Posted By: Diamond79
I was obsessed with king diamond when I was younger so I used Diamond and 79 for mu birth year.


King Diamond is still around touring and is coming to a town near me soon. I'm going to go. Who will meet me there? I'll buy the first round.
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#102918 - 09/20/15 12:48 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Friend of zoogs]
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Vandelbrot is just a transformation of "Mandelbrot", who was a great mathematician that recently died (recently in the loose sense of the term, as always). The name itself is really pleasing, and has a nice traditional pen and paper rpg feel to it.

Now thing is, if you asked a great number of people, what kind of letter would the majority prefer to change M into instead of V?

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#102919 - 09/20/15 01:12 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Vandelbrot]
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Now thing is, if you asked a great number of people, what kind of letter would the majority prefer to change M into instead of V?
Doob-lavey? (sp?) An inverted M = W. Y do you ask?
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#102930 - 09/20/15 01:46 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: antikarmatomic]
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 Originally Posted By: antikarmatomic
Doob-lavey? (sp?)


I don't understand what this means.

I meant in relation to my username. Vandelbrot. from Mandelbrot.
Actualy your suggestion is sound, Wandelbrot sounds nice. Inversion is always a welcome and elegant transformation.

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#102931 - 09/20/15 03:42 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Vandelbrot]
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I don't understand what this means.
A play on words / French pronunciation of the name of the letter W ("say it aloud"). Nothing terribly significant, but mildly amusing to yours truly.
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#102940 - 09/21/15 06:00 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: antikarmatomic]
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I would love to attend with you friend of zoogs but you are in MN which is pretty far from me.
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#102983 - 09/22/15 08:25 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Diamond79]
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Shucks! live music is not to be missed, in my opinion. I go to as many shows as I can. Lots of good ones coming this fall including GWAR which I think is a favorite of Antikarmatomic. I suppose he is to far away to attend with me as well.
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#102988 - 09/23/15 05:43 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Friend of zoogs]
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Yupper - I am an unrepentant bohab. I still haven't quite made up my mind how I feel about Bishop heading the band after the loss of Brokie - I suppose it's better than nothing (maybe)... either way it seems as if he sorta knew his goose was cooking.

Destroyed <- if that's not a self-fulling prophecy, then I don't know what is.

'can't fault that. *shrugs* If I were closer to MN I'd totally take you up on the offer if for no other reason than to take a gander at the new line-up. Typically they hit-up New England between Halloween and Christmas - I'll probably catch them then, we can compare notes. One thing's for sure, it definitely won't be the same. Kinda like post-LaVey C/S.
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#103487 - 10/20/15 02:07 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Fnord]
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Theres a demon who rules on my birthday, furkas is his name. He is short and wise in many subjects, i too am interested amd beleive knowledge ispower. So mine is after him
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#103491 - 10/20/15 03:39 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Phurkus]
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Apollyon is just another name for Satan. Kaos is a nickname given to me in high school. I was always in trouble, never looking but always finding it. I spelled it with a "k" just for the aesthetic value. When I was twenty all my friends started calling me Apollyon so from then on it just stuck.
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#104075 - 11/26/15 01:06 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Noctuary]
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Gen is short for Genesis. I chose this name because it is my legal name and I thought it was a bit ironic. As a child, I hated the name simply because it did not sound pleasant; however, as I grew I thought the meaning was interesting excluding the religious aspect of it.

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#105192 - 01/23/16 12:42 PM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Gen]
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My name Kdosda is just random letters. Hegen means: "genes"(or something like that) if it is tranlated to english, but in personal it doesn't have meaning.
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#105526 - 02/14/16 12:06 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Kdosda Hegen]
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The T in Creatura is regular, the T in Noptii is pronounced like the 'ts' in 'cats.' All vowels are pronounced in the romance. The translation? You can look that up yourself. The meaning is to represent something that fits well in the dark.

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#105527 - 02/14/16 01:06 AM Re: The meaning behind your username [Re: Creatura Noptii]
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Welcome
to the club \:\)
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