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To be? Or not to be?

« on: 09 15, 2009, 01:20: PM »

I am ghel'rIq. I have been interested in all things Klingon for several years though due to other obligaions has not been able to idulge myself till now.

One area I find fascinating is that of Klingon belief, religion and spirituality (as well with other Sci-Fi creations) and shall be exploring this further.


May Glory and Honor follow you on your journey!
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« Reply #1 on: 09 18, 2009, 05:22: AM »

Welcome to the Forums, ghel'rIq. What initially sparked your interest in things Klingon, and how did your path lead you here?

I see you have found our Ceremonies, Rituals, and Traditions section. I encourage you to peruse it to find, if not answers, than at least food for thought and inspiration for weapons of word warfare while waiting for responses to your posts. There are enough competing ideas there to keep even the most impulsive Klingon ruminating for some time. (I hope....)

To answer your profile question of “To be? Or not to be?”, I often find myself havering.

-=- Kesvirit

Richard the Sound Guy: "And the next person to lecture me about canon risks getting shot out of one! Right, gaffers?"
Gaffers make appreciative and supportive remarks in the form of bad imitations of primate calls from the direction of the lighting grids.
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