I have to say this is ridiculous at this point. A lot of good people tried to give you good advice. In this field, integrity and honesty are extremely important. As I said earlier, we have access to a lot of personal and business data that needs to be safe guarded. Your willingness to lie to get a job shows a total lack in these two areas.
Also, don't think that just because where you have interviewed so far hasn't Googled your name and done significant research, that others won't. It is becoming more prevalent for employers to do so. You can read numerous articles about people losing thier jobs, or having offers pulled because of things employers have found on the web.
With no relevent experience, you aren't going to get a senior or lead DBA postion. You are going to have to start at a lower level and work your way up. Take the advice you have been given, learn the skills you need to suceed, but STOP THE LIES and BE HONEST with potential employers.
You have no real idea who may be reading this thread, and you may find yourself across from one of us one day, and we will recognize the name. How are you going to deal with that if it happens? You've already said you'll lie, how would we know different at an actual interview?
(That is what was meant by burning bridges, by the way.)