Emotion

My views on Astrology

Astrology: One of many advanced ideas from ancient times.

I find astrology to be an interesting idea. Many have refuted the idea and benefits of astrology because their daily horoscope in the Sunday paper was wrong, or because they have very ‘logical’ mind sets and think it’s bogus that the arbitrary positions of the planets can have any bearing on one’s personality.

With these people I most heartily agree. Your Sunday horoscope means nothing. I can’t stand the idea of Prophecy to begin with and it irritates me to no end that everything that Astrology contains has been watered down to a few sentences about your day based on your sun sign.

The idea that the planets themselves influence one’s personality is also stupid. But, if we look at this idea from a different point of view we find that perhaps the relationship between planets and personality is different that we imagine. You see most people have that idea in mind; the idea that the planets themselves create or fashion the personality, they think this is stupid so they write it off. But, what if the planets don’t ‘do’ anything? What if they are merely ‘indicators?’

Most people reject the idea that external planets ‘create’ an internal personality, in very much the same way that most people reject the idea of an external ‘Creator God’ having anything to do with the shaping of the physical Universe and internal psyche. People don’t really believe in God, not like they used to. After the bombshell that Newton, Freud, and Darwin dropped on us in the 19th century, people have begun to hope that there’s a god; to really, truly, and sincerely wish that there was one, and feel they should believe, but they don’t.

I shall have much more to say about that in other essays. But the astrological point is this: play with the idea long enough and you get the notion that the planets indicatethings in an individual rather than do anything to them.

In THIS post I write about my view of the Universe and human consciousness.

Now, if you understand that, if you feel this fact, then the idea of astrology makes perfect sense. It really seems very forward thinking of our ancestors of many different cultures to come up with some system of Consciousness interpretation. Back to oceanic examples. A wave is the ocean and it’s all the same energy, it is all the same water. So it may be said that the state of the wave is reflected in the state of the ocean; that is to say that if one could devise some way of interpreting or analyzing the state of the ocean, and then you could have a way of analyzing and interpreting the state of any individual wave.

That’s what astrology is. It is a method devised a really long time ago and by many different people, to interpret the state of our particular pool of Universal Consciousness, namely our Solar System. The ancient cultures had some kind of idea that the state of an individual could be reflected in the state of the visible ‘heavenly’ Universe and thus certain interpretations could then be made about the state of the individual; the ‘wave.’

Whether they put it into words or not, the ancient cultures openly thought that ‘who you are’ goes well beyond the confines of your skin, to such degree that the position of visible ‘heavenly’ bodies at the exact moment of your birth; in the exact location in which you were born, could be read to give insight as to the state and personality of the individual. It’s really quite an advanced concept when one thinks about it. Assuming a method like astrology can reliably make certain claims about one’s personality based on planetary ‘indications,’ one could almost take it as a verification of a living, intelligent, self-aware Universe.

Here is a segment of my Natal Horoscope that I pulled off café-astrology. I agree that it is important to take any computer generated Natal with a good dose of salt, however I never the less find this interpretation staggeringly accurate as to my personality.

[Begin Natal Horoscope]

Sun in Aries

Aries is the first sign of the zodiac, and Aries natives are the first to start–and the first to finish–whatever they set out to do. Aries is an active, energetic sign. People with Sun in Aries are direct, straightforward, and uncomplicated. They expect the same from others, and are baffled when they don’t always get it.

The body comes first with Aries. Sun in Aries people are natural athletes. At the very least, their natural inclination is to use their bodies to get things done. They’re not given to long, drawn-out emotional moments; nor are they big on planning ahead. Instead, they live their lives simply. What is happening right now is most important to Aries. Impatience is a definite vice, and innovation is a huge strength. Aries loves to start anything new, and they have trouble sitting still. They are pioneers in whatever they do, and there is a very basic quality of bravery in these people that is unmistakable! Aries generally knows what they want, and they know the quickest route to getting it. They take shortcuts if they must, but generally everything is aboveboard. Underhanded just isn’t their style. Some Aries people are bold, but even the quieter ones are brave and even plucky in their own way. Independence is their birthright. Nothing gets them going more than a fresh slate, the promise of a new day, and a brand new start.

Sun in IX (House)

You have a deep need to understand the world around you. You have high ideals and you have your eye on what’s on the horizon. You are looking ahead, and at times can seem quite restless. You are proud of your knowledge and of your morals. Be sure to avoid self-righteousness in your enthusiasm to share your knowledge. When used correctly, you are a tolerant, adventurous, and curious person, and you want to see the best in people and in life.

65 Trine Sun – Uranus

It is natural for you to question tradition. You are, above all things, an individualist. You naturally rebel against that which is established. It doesn’t mean that you consistently break all the rules, but you definitely do question some of the rules, especially those that simply don’t make much sense. You possess much self-integrity.

You easily embrace new ways of doing things, you stick up for the underdog, and you express yourself in unique and inspiring ways. You value honesty and truth, and you avoid putting on airs. You believe in the equality of people, and easily relate to people from all walks of life. You possess an unmistakable enthusiasm about life, and generally your life is interesting because you invite unusual or adventurous experiences into your life. You are generally appreciated by others because you are open-minded, fair, and not judgmental.

Moon in IX (House)

Highly imaginative. Prolonged studies, is intuitive. Professionally successful abroad, or in import-export or as a diplomat. Contact with foreigners. Long journeys. Ability to learn foreign languages.

You are a philosophical sort, interested and curious about the world, other people, and perhaps different cultures. You can be extremely restless and discontented if you don’t have a definite goal in mind.

31 Trine Moon – Ascendant

He has a good influence on the family, which loves and helps the person. He likes travelling, movement, change. He likes contact and is open to other people.

Mercury in IX

His thirst for knowledge is never satisfied. He is full of mental activity. He undertakes exhaustive studies, always studying for pleasure. Likes journeys to faraway places, and can go to live abroad.

You are eternally curious and hunger for knowledge. You enjoy studying and learning, and do it not because you have to, but because you want to. You enjoy exchanging ideas and personal philosophies with others. You can be especially buoyant, enthusiastic, and even inspiring in your communications. While you may not pay enough attention to details, you are skilled at finding a quick solution to problems. You readily see the bigger picture and enjoy sharing your opinions and ideas. You get off on how information affects people’s lives, and you take great pleasure in learning that something you have shared or taught has inspired others to take action, experience something new, or make changes in their lives. Some of you might be too quick to offer advice, however, that might be lacking in thoroughness and practicality, or that you yourself don’t follow.

[End Natal Horoscope]

Personally, I find this to be incredibly accurate as far as indicating (not determining) my personality. Given that I travel a lot and am the philosophical sort… as you might have guessed… I’d say these are fairly accurate statements.

I have used astrology to help shed light on certain areas of my life during times of personal confusion. I have used my Natal Horoscope to identify facets of my personality that are strong and merit continued dedication and focus. Astrology has been an invaluable tool in helping me to decide what was worth investing effort into and what was just an idle fancy. For instance, I tend to be a Jack of all Trades, and I’m usually good at anything I really set my mind to do, from teaching English, to miltary service, to studying philosophy, to the healing arts, to installing a new toilet tank this morning. Because I adapt so quickly and learn so fast I have a really hard time choosing ‘what to do’ (as though I could only choose one thing.)

I believe this difficulty has been brought about by my experience with our education system which pressures children (and consequently the adults they will become) to ‘specialize’ that is to pick one thing they are good at and do more or less only that. For most kids this was an easy pick, it was fairly obvious what they were good at and what they were total failures at, so given the slightest bit of psychological validation from an important figure in their lives, they ran full speed towards whatever made important figure happy.

I was not like this. I was always good at many things, I still am; and I always rejected the thoughts and opinions of others about me; choosing instead to trust myself as my own moral compass. This produced a lot of confusion in me as I waivered constantly between this and that; never able to pick just one skill to invest in or one track to follow. You will often see me refer to myself as a ‘Joker;’ a societal ‘Wild Card’ and most people have always found my natural flip flop ability to be very disconcerting.

Astrology helped clear my head a bit by allowing me to contrast my chart with the charts of friends and family members and gave me what I call ‘Astro Eyes.’ I learned to see just how different my personality ‘blueprint’ was from most of the people that I read and I began to slowly understand that I wasn’t ‘wired’ like most of my friends and family and that this was a very good thing.

My self-esteem didn’t hinge upon the praise and blame of others and this allowed me the freedom to do things my own wrong way, make my own mistakes and learn from them. I began to read about astrology and take the knowledge and use it in ‘cold reading’ people. It’s most important use was to show me that the reason I am good at so many things is because everything revolves around ideas and that’s my astrological area of expertise: ideas. Basically, I ‘get it.’ I start doing things and I begin to intuitively understand the pattern of what I’m doing. Before I know it, I understand what I’m doing and without the mystery it becomes boring and I lose interest.

Astrology has also helped me identify areas of challenge, areas of my life that if I would willingly take the time to develop would assist me in evolving as a conscious being. For me, my greatest challenge is in self-control and self-discipline. I tend to be a very ‘on the go’ kind of guy and my challenge is to be stable enough to accomplish something. I generally give way to my impulses and a lesson that would serve me well is a lesson in self-discipline.

It seems odd that the Navy wasn’t my bag as one would think that the military would be great for self-discipline, but it can’t be a discipline that is forced on me. The Navy was much too…’ do this or else.’ If you back me into a corner I fight (Aries), but if I back myself into a corner, fully knowing and understanding why I am submitting myself to this rule, tradition, practice, or structure , then the healing and growth can begin; because it will be a discipline that I have chosen for myself.

In this way I can hold myself accountable and discipline myself to engage in certain beneficial practices like my nightly meditation, my conscious awareness of bodily nutrition and body posture. But the most important aspect about self-discipline is being able to treat myself fairly. I know myself, I know what encourages me, what motivates me, what repels me, what discourages me. I’m only human and sometimes I can’t always live up to my own expectations or hold myself to higher standards all the time. Being my own mentor, I can handle myself tactfully taking care not to discourage myself in the future.

Sometimes I act out of spite. I may know that an authority is right, but if the world won’t live or die in the decision, I may make the logically wrong decision just to show that I can exert my free will and to feel victorious in the sense that even if I’m wrong or fail, at least I wasn’t controlled. I freely admit that this makes me very easy to manipulate if you can manage to trick me with well played reverse psychology, though I can usually see that shit coming a mile away.

This long ass diatribe of myself; all this self-knowledge has come about as a result of my astrological studies. I did not know these things about me when I was in the Navy and much of my childish attitude and standoffish nature could have been understood and then worked through had I this knowledge. I wasn’t a very self-aware individual then, but my foray into astrology changed all that and now I know why I feel ‘right’ when I hitchhike and cycle across the country, why foreign languages interest me, and why I can read Plato’s Republic like a bedtime story.

For those who are curious about astrology and would like a place to get a pretty detailed free natal chart, I direct you here. Mind you, it is a computer generated chart, so take some things with a grain of salt, but its a great starting point. I found mine through this site to be amazing ‘accurate,’ if such a word can be used, and I hope it will be of benefit to you. If you’d like to get into my head, HERE is my Natal Chart.

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Overcoming The Fear 3: Whats the worst that can happen?

In the last article we discussed how fear arises, where it comes from, and how to begin asking questions of it. We also learned how to counter our fears by questioning our questions and doubting our doubts. In this article we will discover two means of looking at fear in such a way that even if your fears are valid, when seeing them in this light, they are completely disarmed.

So far we’ve learned to question our fears. When fear says, “What if something bad happens?” Continue reading

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Overcoming The Fear Part 2: The First Strategy and Tactic.

In the last article, we very briefly discussed fear, what it does and how it works. In this article, we’ll talk about why you should want to be fearless, that is without fear, the benefits of being so, and some general methods of overcoming fear.

Why should you want to overcome fear? Well, let me ask you another question, are you happy? Are you living the life you want? If your answer is anything other than “yes my life is friggen fantastic” then you have probably have some changes you’d like to make. Perhaps you’d like to go travel as we’ve been discussing, but maybe your goals are more career orientated. Would you like to open up that business you’ve been talking about? Maybe you’re looking for Mr. /Mrs. Right. Whatever your goals are, it will undoubtedly involve risk, and risk that you’re averse to taking else you would not continue reading this. The key to getting over that aversion and taking action toward those goals lies in the art of overcoming fear, of breaking those chains that hold you back.

Let us dive right in with a quote from William Shakespeare,

“Our doubts are traitors, and make us lose the good we oft might win by fearing to attempt.”

Couldn’t have said it better Bill. The most important reason to overcome your fear is the sheer number of opportunities you’ll have once you stop shying away from them and start attempting to accomplish them.

Now, our next question must be how can we fight our fears and get moving in a positive direction in life? Well, there are a variety of methods to combat fear, and generally the more radical the more effective. But before we train in fear fighting tactics, we first must learn a fear busting strategy.

Real quick, what is the difference between a Strategy and a Tactic? It is an important question because the two are quite different. The best way I ever heard it put is, “Strategies are those things you THINK about, the things you keep in mind as you fight. Strategies are acquired by asking questions and analyzing information. Tactics are those things that you actually DO, the methods you employ in the fight. Tactics are the actions required to make a particular strategy successful and are usually naturally derived from the strategy itself. Tactics are refined and perfected over time by practice, failure, and a kind of trial by error approach.”

In other words, we’re going to learn the theory before the practice. This will bring us to-

Fear Busting Strategy #1. Know your enemy.

It is important that we study fear and how it operates before we face it in battle or we’re just asking to be caught off guard when it throws something unknown at us. In order to analyze our enemy we must first ask questions to acquire information to analyze. So the first strategy must be this: Ask general questions about Fear itself. Questions like, “Where does fear come from? What causes it and can we cut it off at the source, potentially avoiding a fight altogether?

So let’s ask those questions… Where does fear come from? Fear is born from the avoidance of pain. Now, I’d like to take the time to prove this to you logically. Pain itself is an interesting phenomenon because its sole purpose is to end itself as fast as it can and prevent itself from reoccurring in the future. It does this, by wielding Fear as a tool. Think about it. Let us take a very basic painful situation such as burning yourself on the stove. Touching the hot stove causes Pain. Pain’s purpose is to end itself. Thus when you feel Pain, you immediately remove your hand from the burner. The immediate cause of Pain ends. The burns may last, but the initial cause has been stopped. Pain would like to prevent itself from occurring in this fashion in the future, and so the Fear of hot stoves begins. Now, every time you get near a stove you are a little uneasy because you remember what happened last time. It doesn’t mean it will happen, but as soon as the possibility of remembered Pain presents itself, you will feel Fear as a protective reaction.

What can we extrapolate from this about the workings of Fear? Let’s break it down. Fear is the avoidance of Pain with regard to the possibility that a remembered Pain can happen again. Is this true? Let’s see. At home you rant and rave about how you deserve a raise and tomorrow you’re gonna march into your bosses office and demand what’s rightfully yours. Your boss denied you last time saying that the budgets had been slashed and that your department may be downsized ‘considerably’. In your living room you are strong and confident and talk a big game. You may even hold on to that strength as you swagger through the front door of your firm, but as soon as you see your boss’s door or catch sight of him in the building your guts jump up in your throat and you find yourself wondering where you can cut costs in your household budget.

What happened? Why did you not speak to your boss? You were afraid. Why? You remember what happened last time and your boss seemed to have implied that you may find yourself out of work if you press the issue. So when it came time to put up or shut up, you allowed your Fear of what negatively might happen to shut you up to avoid the Pain of maybe being out of work.

There’s a lot of Fear, Pain, and unsubstantiated views of the future in that line of logic. In this case you were afraid of what might happen. No one knew for sure what would come about by approaching your boss, but you ‘feared’ that your boss might ‘downsize your department’ (read: fire you) if you didn’t settle for what you had. So you didn’t broach the subject, you just collected your paycheck went home defeated and nursed a beer while your wife nursed your bruised ego.

But see; now we know. (And knowing is half the battle G.I. Joe.) Now we understand what happened; what keeps happening every time we try to do this. I’m willing to bet dollars to donuts that a similar pattern would emerge if we looked at the woman who was too shy to talk to the cute guy (who unbeknownst to her wishes she would talk to him), or the traveler that can’t seem to put in his two weeks, or the business man who is afraid to invest in a product that he already knows is the next 800 lbs. gorilla in his market.

Once again, to paraphrase ole’ Bill Shakespeare, ‘Your doubts were traitors, and made you lose the good you might have won, by fearing to try in the first place.’

So if learning about fear is our first strategy, what should we actually DO when we discover that our fear is scaring us out of opportunity? Well, we employ-

Fear Fighting Tactic #1: Question your doubt.

When fear says, “What if something bad happens?” You must respond, “Well, what if something good happens?”

In the face of fear it is important to be militantly optimistic or else your doubts will weaken your resolve. Question your questions when they arise and follow the train of questions logically, to their natural end. “What if something bad happens?”

“What if something good happens?”

“What if you get mugged and robbed and end up homeless?”

“What if I don’t and instead I have an incredible experience and make new friends for life?”

“What if your boss fires you?”

“What if he appreciates my daring in the face of uncertainty and gives me the raise and a new position to boot because of my courage?”

“What if my wife leaves me for bringing up a sensitive subject?”

“What if she’s feeling the same way about this tension that we both know is there, and will be relieved to finally resolve the issue?”

As you question your questions with positive things that are as equally likely to happen as the negative things, your worry will begin to dissipate and you will instead start to see the possibilities hidden between the two extremes. ‘Well maybe that bad thing could happen, but this other good thing is also likely.’

So the next time you feel fear creeping up, try implementing these techniques and see if your life doesn’t get a little easier. In the next article we’ll discuss following our fears to logical extremes.

Back to Article 1

 On to Article 3

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Overcoming The Fear.

Would you like to Travel? Do you surf the web reading travel blogs, much like this one, hoping to catch a glimpse of the adventurous lives of countless long time over seas travelers? Do you know flight prices by heart? Do you find yourself beginning a different language study every 2-3 months because you “just know you’ll use it in that one country eventually?”

You read and you read and you devour page after page of the sweet, hot, vagabonding goodness that abounds on the Information Super Highway. Your mind is filled with the teeming possibilities of ‘going there.’ Several countries call to you in your sleep. Thailand. Japan. Argentina. France. Australia. You’ve read so many reports and blog entries from those travelers ‘in the field,’ that you could walk through Hong Kong blindfolded, yet you’ve never been there.

You plan and prepare; research flights and draw up an itinerary; you might even pack a bag or two. You tell friends and family and bid farewell, yet something very curious happens. Despite your energetic enthusiasm and unusually youthful optimism, you don’t go. You never talk to your boss about getting time off and you can’t seem to convince yourself that your plane ticket to Chiang Mai is a ‘reasonable investment.’

Something strange begins to happen inside your head. Your thoughts turn dark. Instead of imagining the wonders that are here and now, or that may very well be naught but a fifteen hour flight away, you begin to panic about future worries that may or may not even happen. You begin to wonder what the consequences of traveling are. You begin having thoughts like, “Will my job still be there when I get back? What if I get robbed while I’m overseas? Is now really the time to be traveling in this age of terrorism? I must think of my age, travel is a ‘hobby’ for younger men. Travel is expensive, ’tis not something a middle class worker like me can afford.”

And so on and so forth. I’ve dealt with many of them. These are idle, malicious thoughts that seek to cloud your judgement and put your happiness to route. This ‘hell inside your head’ is the inevitable result of that dreaded ‘F’ word.

FEAR.

Fear… that’s a dirty word in my book. Fear is the emotion that ruins the party. What happened to your excitement? You were finally going to get on that plane and go to Rome. This time you were really going to tell your boss that you needed time off to decompress; this was to be your last glorious stand. You had it all planned out.. You were going to march into your firm on Monday morning after a non-fat latte and a three bean salad and kick open your boss’s door then ask, nay, demand 6 months of vacation time for your 15 years of loyal service. Goddammit, in your mind you were righteous! What happened, man?

Fear, that’s what happened. Fear is a sneaky bastard. Fear will tell you that what you’re doing is stupid and illogical. Fear is the pseudo logical emotion that does the math, crunches the numbers, and then feeds you some incredibly skewed misinformation. Fear will bind itself to your vision of the future and play on the memories of your past. Fear cherry picks the information it wants you to see, and thus causes you to doubt what you are doing by not giving you an accurate view of the situation to start with.

If you have decided that you want to travel, or do anything in life that requires risk, but know that you cannot yet take action due to fear, then you know what you must do. Your course is clear. You must over come your fear. You must find a way to calm that raging storm of paranoia that surges everytime you come to the threshold between planning and taking action; putting that plan into motion. In the next article we’ll take a look at a whole host of methods and techniques designed to break those chains and get you out there.

Continue to Part 2.

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I am a vagabond ‘one without a Home.’

Last night was an interesting night. It was Thanksgiving Day, and I’d been invited to dinner with two friends, my only two friends in Chula Vista actually. Dinner went very well. We all watched movies, drank wine, ate dinner, and engaged in lively discussion on a wide variety of topics.  After dinner my two friends Thomas and Vilma discussed plans to hang out all night and do somethin with Black Friday and then have coffee at Denny’s afterwards. I expressed an interest and I was invited by Vilma to join them.

Thomas and I were to go ‘home,’ change clothes, and then come back to get Vilma. Everything was great, till we got in the car and Thomas asked me not to come along. I’ll be honest, I felt hurt. Not since High School had I been asked so bluntly not to join in any reindeer games; usually people have the common decency to ignore me till I ‘get the hint’ and I leave feeling dejected. To be asked so casually, so frankly, not to hang out with them, and on Thanksgiving Day of all days; it was painful.

You see Thomas is a childhood friend. I’ve known this guy since the 6th grade. We grew up together. The scar I have on my left eyebrow he gave me when we were kids bein stupid. We played Soul Calibur 2 when it first came out. He sat next to me in ROTC for christs sake. I thought, if there was one person who wouldn’t ever exclude me it would be Thomas, my childhood friend, the guy I consider family.

But apparently, I was wrong. I get it though. Vilma is his girlfriend. They’ve been dating awhile, their schedules are kind of hectic, so they don’t get to see each other as often as they would like. So when he asked me not to come so he could spend some time with her, I totally understood. But come on, the three of us were going to go Black Friday shopping and drink coffee at Denny’s till Vilma had to go to work at 4 in the morning, Vil was the one who invited me to begin with and it’s friggen Thanksgiving. This is a holiday of friendship and celebration, one of those days where it’s just kind of sad to see some one alone.

Well, after a quick dinner, I was alone this day. What made it painful, was that my best friend gave me the pseudo choice of awkwardly hanging out with them when I knew that at least Tom didn’t want me there, or voluntarially ‘choosing’ to stay at ‘home’ and be alone, knowing that I’d been invited by Vilma and then quickly univited by Tom. Oh gee, are those my options?

He didn’t even hesitate when he asked. It was like it was no big deal to him. “Hey I know we all had a great dinner and Vil invited you to come hang with us at Denn’y and such, but would you mind staying here in the apartment, you know, far away from us, while we go have the good times that you were until recently invited to join in on? Thanks, buddy.”

So I did what any lonely person would do on a holiday, I drank way more wine than any man should. Funny thing is, the inebriation really got me thinking. Tom’s asking me to sit out of the fun, and the ease with which he asked it, served as a red flag. It was a warning, that this is his life, not mine, and that even though we may be ‘old frieinds’ I would be a fool to think that this setup will last.

On this night, I very palpably feel that I truly do not have a ‘Home.’ I can’t go back to KY, I will not go back to WA, but it has become clear that I also cannot stay here in Chula Vista. I had this idea in my head that I could set up a kind of home base; a headquarters if you will, to use as an anchor for my nomadic tendancies. And what better place I thought, than right here with my old friend Tom. But, it seems obvioius to me, that I will not fit here. My piece does not fit this puzzle.

Perhaps I am over reacting. Or I’m a bit drunk. Both are possible, but either way I think I am beginning to understand what it means to be ‘homeless,’ not in the physical sense, I’ve been rather fine with that these two months; rather I mean ‘homeless’ in the metaphorical sense, of not really having a place where one belongs.

I wonder if thats the real reason vagabonds travel. To find a place they belong, to find a ‘Home’ in a very deep sense of the word. Seen in this light, maybe travel isn’t about running from something, maybe its about running towards something.

 

UPDATE: I later found out that I was never supposed to come. Vilma only invited me because I expressed an interest and she didn’t want tell me no. A lot of pain and confusion could be avoided if people would just be honest about their feelings and communicate them.

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