I was googling my name to try to find an article where I had argued with a wingnut (yeah, I know…but he DISSED RUSS! Fucker). Anyway, one of the hits came up with this Kabbalah site about my name. I’ve never studied Kabbalah, don’t know anything about it, and I tend to be skeptical of claims that peeps can know stuff about you from your name, the stars, your palms, tea leaves, etc., etc.,
But this is eerie in how accurate it is.
* Your first name of Yzetta (yep, that’s my name)has given you a rather quiet, reserved, serious, studious nature. (Bingo)
* You have sensitivity and appreciation for the finer and deeper things of life, the beauties of nature, music, art, and literature. (Bingo) Okay, lots of people wouldn’t consider Lord of the Rings literature and they wouldn’t consider Megadeth music, but I’m into other stuff too, and, well, fuck ’em.
* The people who mean the most to you are those who can offer you intellectual companionship. (Bingo) Why do you think I prowl political forums?
* It is only when you are among those who understand your deeper nature that you can really be yourself. – Still waiting on someone who understands my deeper nature, including myself.
* The experience of having your remarks taken lightly or belittled, particularly during the early years of your life, has caused you to keep your thoughts and feelings to yourself.
* You do not express yourself spontaneously when conversing with others; hence other people may often regard you as being aloof, and even unfriendly. (bingo)
* Although the name Yzetta creates the urge to be reliable and responsible, we emphasize that it limits self-expression and friendly congeniality with a moody disposition.
* This name, when combined with the last name, can frustrate happiness, contentment, and success, as well as cause health weaknesses in the heart, lungs, bronchial area, worry, and mental tension. Lungs and bronchial, sorta. Heart’s good, had all the usual tests last year; worry and tension – yeah. I keep the makers of SSRIs in Mercedes and yachts.
Do you suppose they did some kind of data mining…or just got lucky? Or is all this stuff so vague it could apply to anybody and I am just impressed with it because I haven’t had my coffee yet?