I got some spam from someone named Euphemia Ferguson, which sent me on some chases, resulting in, first, a brief account of the life of St. Euphemia ("First she was put on a wheel, but an angel of God appeared and broke it. Then he had her thrown into a fiery furnace, but she was preserved by God's power. Seeing this, two soldiers, Victor and Sosthenes, came to faith in Christ, for which they were thrown to the wild beasts, and thus finished their earthly course with glory. After that, Euphemia was thrown into a pit filled with water, and all manner of poisonous reptiles. She made the sign of the Cross over the water as she went into the pit, and remained unharmed. She was finally thrown to the wild beasts, and with a prayer of thanksgiving, gave her soul into God's hands. Her parents buried her body.")
Then, and more useful for all of you, the search led me to the Kabalerian Society of Canada's Free Name Analysis. Type your own name at the bottom of the page.
However, expectant parents please note, "If you are looking for a baby name, do not choose a first name based on the short analysis given here. The child's first name must be balanced with the child's birthdate (inner potential) and your family's surname (last name). Please call us at 1-866-489-1188 (toll-free in North America) or 604-263-9551 for advice before choosing a baby name."
Someone, please call. I want to name my first born daughter Myriad.Posted by dbrown at September 24, 2003 05:46 PM