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The boy who cried "Wolf"!

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    The boy who cried "Wolf"!

    I often pray "Oh Kami", then state my request or petition or act of adoration. Recently it dawned on me that "Okami" means "Wolf".

    All these years I thought "Oh Kami" was an invocation of all the Kami (Spirits) who can assist me. In fact, I was invoking a wolf.

    I don't think it's a coincidence, because the spirit of a murdered girl introduced me to Shinto, whose mother's maiden name I came to find out was "Deeb" which means "Wolf".

    A She-wolf is the symbol for the Roman Empire. She nourished twins at her breasts. This is the Twin Cities. I pray to the "Holy Roman Empire".

    So, all these prayers that began in "Oh Kami", were prayers to wolf. So gives a whole new meaning to "the boy who cried wolf."

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    Also, I called one of the people I pray to, "Mikoshi" because "Shi" means "death" and Miko means "Priestess". I call her "Sister death", or "Dead priestess (Mikoshi)".

    After calling her Mikoshi I found out "Mikoshi" is the name of a small portable shrine that Kami dwell in, which I made out of a Spider aquarium after my Spider escaped.

    But more interesting, the Japanese word for "Priestess" is the English name for "Who is like God".

    My great great Hungarian Gypoe grandfather married a she-wolf.

    I can't remember what village it was. ?