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When I'm out and about, I do get asked alot of questions, whether it be personal, faith related, or other things people might be curious about, so I've made a list of different things I've been asked by many people. To whome this may concern.

Frequently Asked Questions

Where are you from?

I was born and raised in the USA. Since I've been practically everywhere withn the US, I will say I get this question asked a lot. I was born in Nebraska and spent the first 5 years of my childhood moving from state to state. I've lived in Colorado, California, Kansas, and New Mexico (United States, not Mexico). From there I traveled to Texas, lived there, then moved to South Carolina/North Carolina. I could also tell you that I have been to virtually every southern state, except Florida all the way accross the borders. This includes Arizona, Alabama, Georgia, Missouri, Utah, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Virginia. You could say that I'm from the United States of America. That just sums it uall, up doesn't it?

Are you German? Are you from Germany?

I have been asked this question a lot by many people in the USA as well as those who come here from Germany. I may not have been born in Germany, but yes, I am of German descent. Both of my parents have German heritage. But I was born in the USA.

What kind of music do you do?

My micro-niche is Celtic EDM or Victorian Electronica.

What is Victorian Electronica (ethnic fusion)?

These are songs that reflect a type of cultural setting. In my Ethnic Fusion songs will be reflecting European culture and American Steampunk. Why? Because they relate to me of course. I'll have fun sharing that with everyone. This is a combination of electronic music and traditional instruments correstponding to these particular cultural settings. Here are some examples: Celtic Trance Celtic House Celtic Techno Celtic Electronica

Why haven't you posted more than five songs?

I've been working toward this goal for years, and now I have something to show for it! The issue and set back is not whether I have made these accomplishments or not. It's that I'm getting ready to do something big! That includes the long term goal to learn the software needed to hit this thing off right! I've been attending college for a few years to learn the skills needed to complete the task of getting a successful music channel set in stone. I've been learning software such as Maya 3D, Blender Gamekit, Zbrush, Substance Designer, Substance Painter, Unreal. I am doing more than just music. I will be graduating from college in March of 2019, so I will be able to move onto other goals such as the music album release.

Are you Amish/Mennonite/Morman?

Due to the way I dress, I do get asked questions like these a lot. Although I do hold to similar standards as these, I do not claim to be Amish, Mennonoite, nor Morman. I do respect everyone's faith in God. I do not put down any faith or denomination, but I simiply do not claim one. I'm just a born again child of God. I identify wmyself as a follower of the Lord Jesus Christ.

What religion are you?

For me, it's not a religion. It's a relationship. Religion sets rulses. Jesus sets free. Religion/rules do not bring diliverance, bu the Holy Ghost does. Religion/rules do not erase the guilt of one's past. The blood of Jesus Christs does. What I have is not religion, but a new birth experience that has effected the course of my life. It's called the Baptism of the Holy Ghost. It's a transformation to help us overcome the darkess of this world, and gives us new life. It is written: "A new heart also will I give you, and a new spirit will I put within you, and I will take away the stony heart out of your flesh, and I will give you a heart of flesh. And I will put my spirit wihin you, and cause you to walk in my satutues , and ye shall keep my judgements , and do them." - Ezekiel 36:26-27 It is a relationship that brings peace, not as the world gives, but peace in the heart. He also give us hope for the future. He loved us and died for us, overcame death for us so we could be redeemed and have that hope. Read my testimony to find out how God brought me out of a religion into a relationsip with him!

Why do you wear skirts all the time?

It's a biblical principle I practice. I do not hold every woman to wearing skirts as fashion does change with time anc culture. Here is what the scriptures entail: "A woman shall not wear man's clothing, nor a man put on a woman's clothing; for whoever does these things is an abonmination to the LORD your God." Deut 22:5 What about women's pants? Although pants were originally created for a man, they are now being made for women. I personally don't believe that pants or skirts are a heaven or hell issue. Tha basic principle of srcripture is the distinction between male and female. Why this? Because God knew that there would be a day, because of the wickedness of man's heart; that people would desire to pervert the plan of God in marriage between a man and a woman. So he created them differently, and he wants them to be distinct in these ways; the way they carry themselves, their rioles, the way they dress, etc. This is the way he created them, and this is the way he wants them to be. there is a huge difference. We must not venture to erase those distinctions just because the world believes we should . Modesty is also a conviction the Lord has put on my heart, and it isn't just in the way one dresses.

Why European Culture?

For one, it's my heritage. For two, this video will tell you everything you need to know. Need I say more?

You look Asiatic. Are you part Asian?

No, I have no known Asian ancestry. Some people may say that I look Asian due to my really dark hair, hooded eyes and wide high cheekbones. There is a difference between hooded eyes and the epicanthic fold. Europeans can indeed possess dark hair, hooded eyes, high cheekbones, and even the epicanthic fold, which Asians have. But only on a much smaller scale than Asians. So is it possible to have no known Asian ancestry and yet look Asian? Check this out.

What is your ethnic mix?

European: Northern British & German with a pinch of French.