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athenegoddess
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posted February 22, 2012 11:05 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for athenegoddess     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Do you think you can lexigram a name for me? I really want to give it to someone as a gift.. I can compensate for your time if you have the time.

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Randall
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posted February 22, 2012 01:27 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Randall     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
She will probably have to see it first to know how much time it can take.

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LEXX
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posted February 22, 2012 02:55 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for LEXX     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by athenegoddess:
Do you think you can lexigram a name for me? I really want to give it to someone as a gift.. I can compensate for your time if you have the time.


E-mail me please.
I have yet to charge for Lexigramming,
even though I have been doing them for over 1/2 a century to date, and stick to my ethics of error free.
Not sure what a fair price would be.
They can take for a name,
anywhere from 2 hours to as much as, no kidding, 60 hours.
That is pure time actually studying the name,
and psi feeling it out too.
Others on the net,
Those who claim to be professionals and who charge big money,
like $300 and up for Lexigramming,
NONE that I have seen so far,
bother to do error free ones as I do.
They use their fame as astrologers and numerologists,
to promote their shoddy unethical fake Lexigramming.
I have even written to some of them pointing out their errors, offering to help them correct their errors,
but they are only in it for the money/fame and do not have ethics.
It is rather unethical of them to claim to be professional Lexigrammers,
when they do not create error free works,
and charge such high fees.

So I have no idea what a fair fee would be.
Any advice would be appreciated.

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LEXX
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From: Still out looking for Schrodinger's cat.......& LEXIGRAMMING.♥.. is my Passion!
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posted February 22, 2012 02:56 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for LEXX     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by Randall:
She will probably have to see it first to know how much time it can take.


Yes Randall,
that would be my first consideration.

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athenegoddess
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posted February 22, 2012 03:08 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for athenegoddess     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote

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Lexxigramer
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posted February 22, 2012 07:49 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Lexxigramer     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
quote:
Originally posted by athenegoddess:
You tell me lexx.

I'd like you to lexigram the name:

Andrew Charles Smith.


Well on a 3 hour overview so far,
his name is a VERY complex one having well over 5,000 words.
You know him,
I do not.
This is why I ask folks here to give it a go themselves and I will help them create the requested Lexigram(s).
I then would help them fix errors and hone the creation.
I wish folks would give Lexigramming a try before asking me.
They would then understand how time consuming and often difficult it is to create error free and relevant Lexigrams.
This is why the so called professionals
charge big money even though they do not
(so far that I have observed)
worry about creating 100% error free Lexigrams.
If I were charging even the low end fees I have seen advertised for Lexigramming services,
the charges for the name Andrew Charles Smith
would already be up to $75.
Would you be interested in learning how to Lexigram his instead of paying for a Lexigram?
This is why I have not charged folks yet.
To put it bluntly,
few could afford my error free Lexigramming
if I were to start charging after over 1/2 a century of doing them error free and for free.

I receive so many requests it would take lifetimes to ever fill those requests.
Think it over,
would you like to learn how and help create a Lexigram for your friend?


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Lexxigramer
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posted February 22, 2012 08:05 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Lexxigramer     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Doing Lexigrams for non famous people's names
is far more difficult than doing them for famous people.
I do not have an in depth biography to help guide the process.
With famous folks you know from their biographies and public profiles exactly what key points about them to look for when Lexigramming.
This is why I prefer to know as much up front about the person whose name I am Lexigramming.
A good example would be the ones I did for
DiandraReborn25/Ana Manuel Rios Soares Leite
http://www.linda-goodman.com/ubb/Forum8/HTML/001930.html
She supplied a lot of personal information and asked questions too, which gave me a clearer idea of what she was hoping to discover via Lexigrams.
Because she gave me so much personal information I was also able to use some of her native Portuguese in one of the Lexigrams I did for her.
Please read the entire thread wherein I created a few Lexigrams for her.
The more I know about the person whose name I am Lexigramming,
the easier and more personally relevant it becomes.
And knowing their age, race, gender, birth information, marriage status, likes, dislikes, etc., you name it....
the more I know, and what they are hoping to discover, be it personal relationships, career and so forth,
the better and more personally relevant their Lexigram would be.
Thank you
Sincerely
Lexxi

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~The present time is theirs, but the future is mine.~Никола Тесла
~I remember, therefore I am immortal~LEXX
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Lexxigramer
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posted February 22, 2012 08:23 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Lexxigramer     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Having as complete a personal biography of a person and knowing what they hope to discover and have confirmed via a Lexigram(s),
and their likes and dislikes, fears, hopes, etcetera;
makes Lexigramming their name radically less time consuming,
taking it into only a few hours rather than weeks of time.
If they were paying me,
that also substantially reduces the cost of my Lexigramming Services.

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