Aeolus Cleanslate

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Aeolus is pronounced "ay-OH-luss" but my friends call me "AE," as in "ay-EE". Aeolus \ae(o)-lus\ is of Greek origin, and its meaning is "variable, changeable". Latin form of Aiolos. Greek mythology: Aiolos was the god of the winds. In the 19th century, a brand of church organs was manufactured under the "Aeolian-Skinner" brand name.


Although it appears customary to disclose one's origins among these pages, I fear that discretion must be the better part of valor and prevent me from doing so too elaborately in this case. Some may imagine that my recent return to these lands from exile abroad comes with its share of burdens, many of which would simply be better off forgotten. I am determined to start anew, putting the sordid events of my past, both here and abroad, behind me. With the gracious permission of those noble denizens among whom I now find myself, I fully intend to establish - dare I say earn? - a position of respect and prosperity, based on my own skill and merits, and not that of any fortune I may have inherited or past events which may have cast any doubt over my character.


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