Paper No. 336   Lateral Implications of my Physiology on Lions and Bulls!

                           Frank P Russo – February 27, 2004.


The general linguistic meaning for a “roar” or “to roar” is the noise made by beasts: a sort of high energy vocal gurgling, of sorts - the usual examples often include lions and bulls!


Now having first-hand experience with the expulsion of accumulated carbon dioxide, I know that when having eaten some high energy food: the result is a very loud roar like a lion – as opposed to normally “burping”!


I am led to almost conclude, that especially lions and bulls might actually be “temperature-dependant” animals! They are both held as superlative examples of strength and power … these sterling animals are actually envisioned as two of “the four living creatures” around the throne of God in Revelation … (or at least their ‘heads’ are represented!)


By the way, Daniel’s experience with lions was real: Darius could not ‘revoke’ the ‘law’, but could have made sure, that the lions would have had a massive banquet, and then introduced his friend Daniel: whilst the ‘poor’ beasts all had indigestion!


P.s.- Perhaps the lions’ manes are like our beards - pubic-hairs with their roots being testosterone sensitive - after-all, they don’t actually get their full mane till about 5 years of age: possibly at their adult-maturation-age.











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