Lana Fuchs: I am God and So Are You
Lana Fuchs is a fashion designer and entrepreneur in Las Vegas. She’s also a gun enthusiast, mother and wife. You may have noticed she likes to introduce herself as "God."
Hello! My name is Lana Fuchs, and I am God, and so are you! It is my belief that we are all part of one vast and infinite cosmos. I also believe that it’s time for people to wake up and manage their own energies and understand that separation is just an illusion. Imagine if some cells in your body decided that they were going to go to war or otherwise destroy others cells in your body. That cluster of cells would become diseased and it would either have to be radiated out or it would destroy the entire physical body. As above, so below. Everything mirrors everything else. Yes, it is my belief that we are all God and we are all here for one reason and one reason only: to experience life. We all have the ability to create our own reality and our own destiny. My “God” statement is my spiritual belief!
When I decided to do "Sin City Rules," I knew that it would be an exciting and challenging roller coaster ride, and it most certainly was. It was also the best ride of my life.
Some of you may think I’m weird, crazy or mean. I am none of those things. I am simply me and whether the cameras are rolling or not, my personality, beliefs and my life does not change. What you see is what you get. I am simply different. I love my life. I collect guns, diamonds and strange and interesting people. Why? Because I can! And yes, when I die, I am coming back as me.
A family that shoots together stays together! We are gun enthusiasts and enjoy gun-shooting as a hobby. We have shooting picnics often and they are always a blast. My children had shooting coaches from an early age and learned to handle them properly and safely. I am a mom and for me, safety is always first. I always have many safety officers at my shooting picnics.
This year's Black & White Ball for Aid for AIDS of Nevada (AFAN) was my first opportunity to meet my castmates of "Sin City Rules". As an advocate for gay rights, I’m a huge supporter of AFAN and this annual event. This year I showed up with my Lantourage: my security, 6 little people (1 couldn’t make it), my business partner and my sister Natalya who decided to go as the AFAN mascot, the zebra, and of course a huge bedazzled check for $10,000. Why? Because it’s a cool and fun event which lends itself to colorful costumes, glitz and glamour and FUN!
Don’t believe everything you see. Things aren’t always what they seem. Please tune in and join us on this wild Vegas ride.
Photo: l-r Jennifer Harman, Lori Montoya, Lana Fuchs, Amy Hanley, Alicia Jacobs, Kimberly Friedmutter Courtesy of Lana Fuchs.