Breaking the name down
Led represents an elemental mineral that has some interesting
properties. First and foremost important to this site and me is in the
pencil led, that was commonly used in drawing and writing prior to some
getting stuck with it and poisoned, thus the invention of graphite.
Elementally, it is a metallic substance that has the qualities of being
heavy in physical mass, (a heavy metal to be precise), poisonous, soft
and malleable yet not very well suited to being molded alone, but if
only in alloy with other metals to form pewter. (Used to make wonderful
die cast art.) Led is commonly also used in bullets and suits of armour
that are protection against radiation as led is one of the only elements
that has the property of reflecting subatomic particles, (Gamma, X-ray
etc etc), veritably impenetrable.
L.E.D - is as well an acronym for
the ever-increasing popularity of the Light Emitting Diode. Thus in
a very poetic sense, "I am only one tiny light emitting diode
on this great motherboard we call Earth." - me.
Led is also defined as one who is
being driven or one who is following either by force or free will, that
another guides one, be it ethereal or material. Also portrays a sense
of lead, 'to be lead to cool waters', or to be lead unto the truth in
the spirit of our Lord. It can also portray leadership, in connection
of the second word soul. This can take on a much subtler deeper meaning.
Example; Led horse, Led captain, Led Zeppelin.
The later part of the name is also
broadly used in meaning in juxtaposition with the word led, Soul is
used to indicate a very close, spiritual and personal meaning of self
worth and value. The Led Soul, when used in adjunct with the various
meanings of Led, can take on different meanings. A soul is a person's
whole and their deep inner being.
Not refraining from that deeper meaning
of the word soul, I hold it true as a philosophical point of perspective
on art, that the soul of a great majority of art works starts with the
led of a pencil, (or the likes), and holds that the core of every piece
of work, there lies forgotten the very soul that was first penciled
as a mere gesture or sketch.
I enjoy multiplicity, of course that
is not all there is to my name as the sound of it actually rings of
my real last name (Edsall) and my
Loves first initial. But that is only for those that know me very well.
In the end... I prefer to let the
readers make their own conclusions. J