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I remember my very first spell of uncanny synchronicity.

It occurred just days before I found my old forum...

The word was Llewellyn.


Which I was thinking about this morning interestingly enough...

I guess I have come 'full circle' for the day.

:)
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That was def not sought, lol

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The name evolved from the Old British name Lugubelinos, which was a compound of two names for Celtic deities. The first, Lugus, is also the source of the first element in the names Llywarch and Lliwelydd, and, as an independent name, evolved into Welsh Lleu. The second element, Belenus, evolved as an independent name into Welsh Belyn.
Folk belief the name connected with lions.

Lugus stands out to me because I watched Teen Wolf the other day and in it they were talking about the threefold death which Lugus is associated with.
But in the show the Druids didn't do that unless they went the wrong path, so then the wise oak would turn into the dark oak, which they called darach. But I don't see anything on that word except baby names meaning dark oak. Could of just been made up for the show.
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I remember my very first spell of uncanny synchronicity.

It occurred just days before I found my old forum...

The word was Llewellyn.


Which I was thinking about this morning interestingly enough...

I guess I have come 'full circle' for the day.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Whoa...

Llewellyn Publications was formed in 1901 by Llewellyn George, in Portland, Oregon. At first, the company concentrated exclusively on Astrology, in the form of both books and annuals. Later, Llewellyn began to branch out into other New Age topics, such as alternative healing, psychic development, and earth-centered religions, among others. Llewellyn Publications grew steadily and was moved from Portland to Los Angeles, California in 1920.

During the 1960s and 1970s, Llewellyn published books from authors such as Dion Fortune and Aleister Crowley writing on occult and other topics.

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rofl

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seconded :ozbanana:
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:ozbanana:
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Must be an upgrade smilie, lol
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I remember my very first spell of uncanny synchronicity.

It occurred just days before I found my old forum...

The word was Llewellyn.


Which I was thinking about this morning interestingly enough...

I guess I have come 'full circle' for the day.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


That was def not sought, lol

[link to en.wikipedia.org]
The name evolved from the Old British name Lugubelinos, which was a compound of two names for Celtic deities. The first, Lugus, is also the source of the first element in the names Llywarch and Lliwelydd, and, as an independent name, evolved into Welsh Lleu. The second element, Belenus, evolved as an independent name into Welsh Belyn.
Folk belief the name connected with lions.

Lugus stands out to me because I watched Teen Wolf the other day and in it they were talking about the threefold death which Lugus is associated with.
But in the show the Druids didn't do that unless they went the wrong path, so then the wise oak would turn into the dark oak, which they called darach. But I don't see anything on that word except baby names meaning dark oak. Could of just been made up for the show.
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The exact etymology of Lugus is unknown and contested. The Proto-Celtic root of the name, *lug-, is generally believed to have been derived from one of several different Proto-Indo-European roots, such as *leug- "black"
 Quoting: observation

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Belenus: The etymology of the name is unclear. Suggestions include "shining one," "the bright one"
 Quoting: observation

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i am not surprised it is those 2 companions
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I remember my very first spell of uncanny synchronicity.

It occurred just days before I found my old forum...

The word was Llewellyn.


Which I was thinking about this morning interestingly enough...

I guess I have come 'full circle' for the day.

:)
 Quoting: Seer777


Whoa...

Llewellyn Publications was formed in 1901 by Llewellyn George, in Portland, Oregon. At first, the company concentrated exclusively on Astrology, in the form of both books and annuals. Later, Llewellyn began to branch out into other New Age topics, such as alternative healing, psychic development, and earth-centered religions, among others. Llewellyn Publications grew steadily and was moved from Portland to Los Angeles, California in 1920.

During the 1960s and 1970s, Llewellyn published books from authors such as Dion Fortune and Aleister Crowley writing on occult and other topics.

[link to en.wikipedia.org]

rofl

ozbanana
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seconded ozbanana
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ozbanana
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Must be an upgrade smilie, lol
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LOL
Difficulties strengthen the Mind as labor does the body...
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Must be an upgrade smilie, lol


ozbanana

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your right tounge

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I found this quite profound just now...


Shiva, Parvati And The Bull


"Once lord shiva and his consort, Parvati, were travelling with their vehicle - the Bull. The Lord had taken the form of an old man, while, Parvatiji remained young and beautiful. On the road all passers-by looked on with amazement at this odd couple of an old man and a young woman.

On the way, Shiva said, ''Parvatiji, my dear, please sit and ride on the bull durig this journey.'' She obeyed and mounted the bull while Shiva walked alongside. The village folk and other strangers bitterly criticised, ''What a selfish woman! She is young and healthy and yet she chooses to comfortably ride while forcing the old man to walk.'' Shiva changed his mind. ''Parvatidevi, the people are mocking you. It is wiser that I sit and you walk.'' So saying, Shiva sat on the bull's back. Further along, other strangers came with sharper comments, ''O look at this mean, bully of a man. He's fat and robust, and evil too. He enjoys the ride while forcing this young and gentle lady to walk on foot.''

Hearing this both of them climbed the bull. At least, this would ward off the criticisms. But they were gravely mistaken and no sooner had they come to the next village, people sneered and jeered. ''Look at this nasty couple. Both of them have mercilessly climbed upon the bull. They'll kill the poor creature!''
Now there was only one option left. They dismounted and allowed the bull to walk freely. They accompanied it on either side. While they walked, they met new people with new bitterness. They laughed at them, shouting ''What foolishness! They have taken a bull as a vehicle and neither of them is using it.''

Straight away Shiva told Parvati, ''Come let us do what we think is right, and live the way we want to. The world will never appreciate or see what we do as correct.''

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I found this quite profound just now...


Shiva, Parvati And The Bull


"Once lord shiva and his consort, Parvati, were travelling with their vehicle - the Bull. The Lord had taken the form of an old man, while, Parvatiji remained young and beautiful. On the road all passers-by looked on with amazement at this odd couple of an old man and a young woman.

On the way, Shiva said, ''Parvatiji, my dear, please sit and ride on the bull durig this journey.'' She obeyed and mounted the bull while Shiva walked alongside. The village folk and other strangers bitterly criticised, ''What a selfish woman! She is young and healthy and yet she chooses to comfortably ride while forcing the old man to walk.'' Shiva changed his mind. ''Parvatidevi, the people are mocking you. It is wiser that I sit and you walk.'' So saying, Shiva sat on the bull's back. Further along, other strangers came with sharper comments, ''O look at this mean, bully of a man. He's fat and robust, and evil too. He enjoys the ride while forcing this young and gentle lady to walk on foot.''

Hearing this both of them climbed the bull. At least, this would ward off the criticisms. But they were gravely mistaken and no sooner had they come to the next village, people sneered and jeered. ''Look at this nasty couple. Both of them have mercilessly climbed upon the bull. They'll kill the poor creature!''
Now there was only one option left. They dismounted and allowed the bull to walk freely. They accompanied it on either side. While they walked, they met new people with new bitterness. They laughed at them, shouting ''What foolishness! They have taken a bull as a vehicle and neither of them is using it.''

Straight away Shiva told Parvati, ''Come let us do what we think is right, and live the way we want to. The world will never appreciate or see what we do as correct.''

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BodhiTree
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lmao

i rest my case whistle
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My fave:

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cool2
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I found this quite profound just now...


Shiva, Parvati And The Bull


"Once lord shiva and his consort, Parvati, were travelling with their vehicle - the Bull. The Lord had taken the form of an old man, while, Parvatiji remained young and beautiful. On the road all passers-by looked on with amazement at this odd couple of an old man and a young woman.

On the way, Shiva said, ''Parvatiji, my dear, please sit and ride on the bull durig this journey.'' She obeyed and mounted the bull while Shiva walked alongside. The village folk and other strangers bitterly criticised, ''What a selfish woman! She is young and healthy and yet she chooses to comfortably ride while forcing the old man to walk.'' Shiva changed his mind. ''Parvatidevi, the people are mocking you. It is wiser that I sit and you walk.'' So saying, Shiva sat on the bull's back. Further along, other strangers came with sharper comments, ''O look at this mean, bully of a man. He's fat and robust, and evil too. He enjoys the ride while forcing this young and gentle lady to walk on foot.''

Hearing this both of them climbed the bull. At least, this would ward off the criticisms. But they were gravely mistaken and no sooner had they come to the next village, people sneered and jeered. ''Look at this nasty couple. Both of them have mercilessly climbed upon the bull. They'll kill the poor creature!''
Now there was only one option left. They dismounted and allowed the bull to walk freely. They accompanied it on either side. While they walked, they met new people with new bitterness. They laughed at them, shouting ''What foolishness! They have taken a bull as a vehicle and neither of them is using it.''

Straight away Shiva told Parvati, ''Come let us do what we think is right, and live the way we want to. The world will never appreciate or see what we do as correct.''

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:BodhiTree:
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I love teaching stories. Entertainment, lessons, and culture, lol
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I thought G marked the spot.
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Do you know what the 'G' symbolizes?

Idol1 <--- This one.
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Some may still look at it that way. I still see it as being a symbolic of the spiral. Told that to my mason buddies tonight. One of them understood, but he knows the way I think.
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Good morning. Sweet dreams.
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I found this quite profound just now...


Shiva, Parvati And The Bull


"Once lord shiva and his consort, Parvati, were travelling with their vehicle - the Bull. The Lord had taken the form of an old man, while, Parvatiji remained young and beautiful. On the road all passers-by looked on with amazement at this odd couple of an old man and a young woman.

On the way, Shiva said, ''Parvatiji, my dear, please sit and ride on the bull durig this journey.'' She obeyed and mounted the bull while Shiva walked alongside. The village folk and other strangers bitterly criticised, ''What a selfish woman! She is young and healthy and yet she chooses to comfortably ride while forcing the old man to walk.'' Shiva changed his mind. ''Parvatidevi, the people are mocking you. It is wiser that I sit and you walk.'' So saying, Shiva sat on the bull's back. Further along, other strangers came with sharper comments, ''O look at this mean, bully of a man. He's fat and robust, and evil too. He enjoys the ride while forcing this young and gentle lady to walk on foot.''

Hearing this both of them climbed the bull. At least, this would ward off the criticisms. But they were gravely mistaken and no sooner had they come to the next village, people sneered and jeered. ''Look at this nasty couple. Both of them have mercilessly climbed upon the bull. They'll kill the poor creature!''
Now there was only one option left. They dismounted and allowed the bull to walk freely. They accompanied it on either side. While they walked, they met new people with new bitterness. They laughed at them, shouting ''What foolishness! They have taken a bull as a vehicle and neither of them is using it.''

Straight away Shiva told Parvati, ''Come let us do what we think is right, and live the way we want to. The world will never appreciate or see what we do as correct.''

 Quoting: arceus



BodhiTree
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I love teaching stories. Entertainment, lessons, and culture, lol
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Now I gotta go watch santa sangre.
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I thought G marked the spot.
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Do you know what the 'G' symbolizes?

Idol1 <--- This one.
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Some may still look at it that way. I still see it as being a symbolic of the spiral. Told that to my mason buddies tonight. One of them understood, but he knows the way I think.
 Quoting: Septenary Man


Is there a charles manson lookalike club in your town too?

Those mansons are everywhere
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I found this quite profound just now...


Shiva, Parvati And The Bull


"Once lord shiva and his consort, Parvati, were travelling with their vehicle - the Bull. The Lord had taken the form of an old man, while, Parvatiji remained young and beautiful. On the road all passers-by looked on with amazement at this odd couple of an old man and a young woman.

On the way, Shiva said, ''Parvatiji, my dear, please sit and ride on the bull durig this journey.'' She obeyed and mounted the bull while Shiva walked alongside. The village folk and other strangers bitterly criticised, ''What a selfish woman! She is young and healthy and yet she chooses to comfortably ride while forcing the old man to walk.'' Shiva changed his mind. ''Parvatidevi, the people are mocking you. It is wiser that I sit and you walk.'' So saying, Shiva sat on the bull's back. Further along, other strangers came with sharper comments, ''O look at this mean, bully of a man. He's fat and robust, and evil too. He enjoys the ride while forcing this young and gentle lady to walk on foot.''

Hearing this both of them climbed the bull. At least, this would ward off the criticisms. But they were gravely mistaken and no sooner had they come to the next village, people sneered and jeered. ''Look at this nasty couple. Both of them have mercilessly climbed upon the bull. They'll kill the poor creature!''
Now there was only one option left. They dismounted and allowed the bull to walk freely. They accompanied it on either side. While they walked, they met new people with new bitterness. They laughed at them, shouting ''What foolishness! They have taken a bull as a vehicle and neither of them is using it.''

Straight away Shiva told Parvati, ''Come let us do what we think is right, and live the way we want to. The world will never appreciate or see what we do as correct.''

 Quoting: arceus



:BodhiTree:
 Quoting: Seer777


lmao

i rest my case whistle
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cool2
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-was even on topic ;-) - once I heard that version it left me unable to go back to DS.
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Good morning. Sweet dreams.
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i just napped again and the "story" carries on
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It has been noted that in the upperworld scenes of the Popol Vuh, Hunahpu has the dominant role, whereas in the underworld, Xbalanque takes the initiative
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that fits /z\
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It has been noted that in the upperworld scenes of the Popol Vuh, Hunahpu has the dominant role, whereas in the underworld, Xbalanque takes the initiative
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that fits /z\
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rather nice
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hi anotherone
i quite like the feel of that location to, what i notice with a number of sites in s america is their easy access of aether to thus you experience above/below with additional clarity/crispness of above as you do so

aether in this context

The word (aithr) in Homeric Greek means "pure, fresh air" or "clear sky", imagined in Greek mythology to be the pure essence where the gods lived and which they breathed, analogous to the air breathed by mortals (also personified as a deity, Aether, the son of Erebus and Nyx).
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Good morning. Sweet dreams.
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i just napped again and the "story" carries on
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I had a feeling that you wouldn't 'rest' your case for too long... hf
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huge burst of backwards on glp

Thread: ~~~~SECRETS OF THE SOUL~~~~

Thread: "Down The Rabbit Hole"--THIS will truly blow your mind! "Collective Unconscious & Journey of Mind" Wilten
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Can you see how it can be to see beyond the sea of eternity? What is above and below eternity? ;P
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...


I utilized that image the first time with Jigsaw.

You may remember.

And several times after.


...
 Quoting: Seer777


i do remember, accurate signing the the phrase
 Quoting: aether


Well...

Imbalance is obvious.


23 17.

Let it consume you...and it will.

...
 Quoting: Seer777



IOW...

Allowing synchronicity to become such that you seek it. And in seeking said...one dilutes the 'message'.

It comes on its own time.

It can NOT be forced.


When it does come, and comes in strong...one is often faced with either reflection(silence), or the very opposite.

Which Jigsaw demonstrated again and again....and again.


I hope he is well.

'Saw it coming'...is an understatement.

pushit
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I kept telling the very same to the poor fellow... he'd often PM me ecstatic with his 'findings'. I have become cynical of the 'connections' I once saw in numerology, partially for the corruption I have seen it cause.... and also, because now I realize it needn't be used for ideas that resonate, as I have always done....

These days, I prefer to use Gematria (for example) to meditate on ideas, rather than attempt to outwardly demonstrate connection. It is very useful for meditating on raw information, I find.

It makes what is already true, truer.

Then of course there are entries that seem to redouble one's conclusions:

[link to www.gematrix.org]

Chronophobia: the irrational fear of both the past and the future


E1: ticktickticktickticktickticktickticktickticktickticktick


damned

lmao


....


It is really a shame that some individuals feel the need to use their real names and simply 'spam' the database with nonsense.... it is entirely possible to simply not save every single entry that pops into their heads.

Boy oh boy is it ugly. And it is difficult to imagine what merit they feel is seen in the practice...

1dunno1


Caught in the diamond webs as it were....

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Chronophobia: the irrational fear of both the past and the future


E1: ticktickticktickticktickticktickticktickticktickticktick


 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


Hey, this is fun.
[link to www.gematrix.org]
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Can you see how it can be to see beyond the sea of eternity? What is above and below eternity? ;P
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eternity if true possess no beyond eternity

singular cause belief demands eternity is the will of the singularity (self) thus may be terminated by the singularity (self)

singular effect possess no such notion /z\

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I kept telling the very same to the poor fellow... he'd often PM me ecstatic with his 'findings'. I have become cynical of the 'connections' I once saw in numerology, partially for the corruption I have seen it cause.... and also, because now I realize it needn't be used for ideas that resonate, as I have always done....

These days, I prefer to use Gematria (for example) to meditate on ideas, rather than attempt to outwardly demonstrate connection. It is very useful for meditating on raw information, I find.

It makes what is already true, truer.

Then of course there are entries that seem to redouble one's conclusions:

[link to www.gematrix.org]

Chronophobia: the irrational fear of both the past and the future


E1: ticktickticktickticktickticktickticktickticktickticktick


damned

lmao


....


It is really a shame that some individuals feel the need to use their real names and simply 'spam' the database with nonsense.... it is entirely possible to simply not save every single entry that pops into their heads.

Boy oh boy is it ugly. And it is difficult to imagine what merit they feel is seen in the practice...

1dunno1


Caught in the diamond webs as it were....
 Quoting: Azeratel Axo


good morning
same with me and wikipedia
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oh, the past few says of skew ? tounge

Fixed It for Ya
ist July 2003

Fixed It for Ya The following press release from the European Southern Observatory has been corrected to reflect the discovery that 99.99% of the universe is composed of plasma.

This dramatic new image of cosmic clouds a plasma discharge in the constellation of Orion reveals what seems to be a fiery ribbon in the sky. This orange glow represents faint light coming from grains of cold interstellar dust, at wavelengths too long for human eyes to see. It was observed by the ESO-operated Atacama Pathfinder Experiment (APEX) in Chile.

Clouds of gas and interstellarPlasma in a gaseous state along with charged dust and the galactic-scale electric currents that shape them are the raw materials from which stars stellar plasmoids are made. But these tiny dust grains block our view of what lies within and behind the clouds dusty plasma — at least at visible wavelengths — making it difficult to observe the processes of star formation stellar discharge.

This is why astronomers need to use instruments that are able to see at other wavelengths of light. At submillimetre wavelengths, rather than blocking light, the dust grains shine due to their temperatures of being heated to a few tens of degrees above absolute zero from their slight resistance to the galactic current. The APEX telescope with its submillimetre-wavelength camera LABOCA, located at an altitude of 5000 metres above sea level on the Chajnantor Plateau in the Chilean Andes, is the ideal tool for this kind of observation................
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Morning aether.

coffee4

I was awoken by a strange dream this morning.
The engravings translate to "This space intentionally left blank."

The prayer is inscribed in an ancient script, rarely used today. It seems to be a philippic against small insects, absent-mindedness, and the picking up and dropping of small objects.

The gate is open; through it you can see a desolation, with a pile of mangled bodies in one corner. Thousands of voices, lamenting some hideous fate, can be heard.
The way through the gate is barred by evil spirits, who jeer at your attempts to pass.

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