to syragon 2003/4
Winter Edition- Remembrance
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word; logy: history/logic...
The name Syragon is an anagram but coincidentally means "fallen
angel." It is an anagram of the words "syria" and
"saigon." Saigon (or: sargon) was a powerful ruler of
Assyria (Now "Syria") in the Mesopotamia region. This
was several centuries B.C. The ruler is recorded in the lineage
of Jesus Christ. I derived this "handle" several years
ago when I became frustrated with finding Gideon and Phoenix always
Meaning "Mighty Warrior" or "Sword of God."
Hillariously, also means "hacker" or "hewer of
wood." Biblical in root, I'm still not sure how much I like
it, I suppose I like it well enough. The root of this word is
suggested to be from "Megiddo" the plain on which the
battle of Armageddon is to be fought.