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If you are distressed by anything external, the pain is not due to the thing itself,
but to your own estimate of it; and this you have the power to revoke at any moment.

-Marcus Aurelius, Emperor of Rome, 121-180
Meditations
Richard Harris - Marcus Aurelius

 

 

Gladiators Play by the Numbers

Russell Crowe has a Name Vibration of 8, the same frequency as the Soul Urge-Talents of the movie Gladiator. Eight turned on its side is the infinity symbol that is also linked with the number 0 and the Tarot Trump known as The Fool/Wise Man. In most Tarot decks Trump VIII Justice is the partner of Trump 0. The marriage of these two archetypes suggests justice that operates in the cosmic sphere rather than the level of mortal law. There is an ominous note to this effect that should forewarn Commodus of things to come when the gladiators are victorious in the arena after the Battle of Carthage.

When Commodus confronts the Spaniard (Trump 0), Maximus says simply, My name is Gladiator, and turns to walk away. Then Commodus demands the Spaniard remove his helmet (symbol of Pallas Athena, wisdom warrior) and tell everyone his name. Commodus is shell-shocked when Maximus removes the headgear and reveals his true identity. Commodus is the engineer who, behind the scenes (Trump VIII), inadvertently set in motion the wheels of destiny that will bring about his own demise, a perfect example of mortals as instruments in the justice process.
The role of Maximus as Protector of Rome is tailor made for Crowe, who held on to that particular piece of armor as a keepsake. The Helmet of Minerva, Goddess of Athens, Community, and Military Strategy, implies the Brow and our spiritual vision of the physical world.

The Name Vibration, based on all the letters of a name added together, should support our mission and method of extending our will in the world of mortals. Commitment to principles, relationships, and karma adheres to the numeric theme of the Birthpath, but a name vibration can be updated so our public image stays current with new plans, makeovers, new collectives, marriage or divorce. We change as we progress along the sacred journey (Trump 0) and document the new image that goes with the territory – often with a new name. Professions that concern show biz trades prefer to keep a public image and name intact, and in the U.S., avoid acquired titles so they can build a solid relationship with an audience.

It is no coincidence there is an alignment between Russell Crowe’s One Soul Urge and the One Name Vibration of Marcus Aurelius, Rome’s great philosopher emperor. A natural match also exists with the spectacular film, Spartacus, a One Name Vibration and the movie star, Kirk Douglas. The One Name Vibration of Charlton Heston matches the classic charioteer Judah Ben Hur, a character betrayed and enslaved, yet he overcame his plight and won his laurels in the epic chariot race.

Gladiator has a Six Name Vibration, the same Six Frequency as the Soul Urge-Talents of the name General Aelius Maximus. The Last Days of Pompeii, book and movies set at the time Vesuvius erupted, has the Six Vibration Soul Urge-Talents as well. The Six Vibe provides insight into the parable of the Worker in the Vineyard because of the range it embraces. Generally, 6 refers to the vessel that encases the light, and the karma associated with that container represented by heredity, gender, race, nationality, ergonomics, social standing, and so on. Jupiterian Tests propose the challenge for us to look past illusions associated with the vessel, in favor of establishing a direct connection with the power being that resides within the vessel. It is true Jupiter rules professional sports, and the gladiatorial games were known for their drama, staging, and elite participants, but the gladiators who fought and died in the arena do not come under the heading of competitive sports. Originally, this vibratory status represented servants (include here the physical anatomy), workers, employees, and slaves that included gladiators. Karma involved with the Six frequency tracks long term time blocks that takes into account those for whom we feel responsible, like family and clan karma inherited from the previous seven generations.

 

DINE WELL


Antique Roman Dishes
Culinary Arts in Rome
Apicius Cookbook - Roman Banquet

     Dining in Rome was sweetness and light for the upper crust of society, and if we can believe the visuals Fellini gave us, culinary appreciation was an art form for many of those with power.

     The Roman cena started with the gustum or gustation [hors d'oeuvres or antipasto] which was served with mulsum, wine sweetened with honey. This works very well and as Cato points out [in one of his household hints] can make cheap wine taste expensive. It is best to start with a dry red wine, heat a small amount of the wine with honey so that it will mix easily and then stir the honey mixture back into the wine. The ancients drank a sweeter, thicker wine than we do: it was made from riper grapes which were then dried. Only boorish people drank it straight. It was usually mixed with water in a krater [a word from Greek that means "mixing bowl"]. It could be chilled with snow, as Pliny did.

     The Roman Army was an austere group, and approached life from the other end of the food chain. Their menu consisted mainly of bread and water, as suggested in  opening scenes from 'Gladiator.' Maximus gives his portion of bread to a solider in the line while on his troop review prior to the opening battle.

 

JOIN THE ARMY AND SEE THE WORLD

Soldiers in the Roman Army subsisted on a diet made up of very plain foods. Soldiers were required to pay up to one third of their wages for their food. They ate mostly bread, perhaps porridge, cheese or beans with cheap wine to wash it down (Marks, Tingay).

Dupont says that a soldier's diet was even more extremely limited. She reports that Legionaries ate only bread and drank only water plus a little vinegar when the weather was hot. It was considered that "bread was the only food fit for a soldier, hard food for hard men" (Dupont).

 

     Many European sites held  sacred for centuries were transformed into grain storehouses by Roman militia, even burial mounds. In Scotland I saw an underground chamber with the same dimensions as a medium-size house. The Roman cavalry converted the whole site from a burial place into a huge grain store for their horses. It is no wonder the Cumean and Delphi Sibyls decided to close until the military era runs its course. 

     But while the Roman military ate like desert prophets and conquered the world, the mighty and powerful in the big city feasted on victuals and other  delights imported from conquered nations. (On the basis of the 'Spartacus' legend, one could assume the slaves picked up on the twisted incongruity and benefits of bread and water rations, to the point they followed suit and nearly took Rome for themselves.) 

     Slaves garnered pearls of wisdom. The wealthy Romans attending a sumptuous banquet might have harvested pearls, precious stones, even gold, given as gifts to the guests. These keepsakes were hidden in the colourful dishes and the culinary centerpiece. Serving the main course, the hosts coordinated with musicians and poets, the entertainment highlight of each banquet, before the formal after dinner entertainment began.

 

 

GLADIATOR QUIZ

The armies of Rome swept over Italy and the known world and were triumphant wherever they went. Yet Rome was cosmopolitan; she brought to Italy the culture, the treasures, the entertainments, the religions, and philosophies of the world. In such an atmosphere even the exotic became commonplace, while the search for new pleasures and sensations was the order of day.

- Jack Randolph Conrad, The Arenas of Rome, The Horn and the Sword


Check your answer below

 

1. The first battle scene in the film takes place in Germania, at the end of Rome's campaign in 110 A.D. How long had Rome been waging war against the German Tribes? a) 4 years, b) 8 years, c) 12 years

2. General Maximus wears a ______ cloth uniform. a) black, b) red, c) navy blue

3. Maximus lets his dog go to the battle zone when Roman troops attack the German tribes. His dog is a) Pit Bull, b) A Wolf, c) German Shepherd

4. General Maximus has a wolf as his power animal. What is the power animal worn with the pectoral amulet of Marcus Aurelius?

5. When the cavalry is assembled, General Maximus tells his troops not to worry if they find themselves alone with the sun on their face because they are in, a) Valhalla, b) Eleusis, c) Elysium

6. Commodus, Lucilla, and two Senators from Rome are at the victory party after the battle in Germania. Who does Marcus Aurelius take aside for a private, uninterrupted discussion?

7. Marcus Aurelius takes a moment to muse about his historical contribution when he meets with Maximus. He wonders whether history will speak of him as a philosopher, warrior, tyrant, or the Emperor who gave Rome back her true self. Marcus Aurelius is remembered as _________.

8. During the meeting, Marcus Aurelius asks Maximus to perform a special service before he returns to Spain. His title would be the ___________ a) defender, b) protector, c) director, of Rome.

9. General Maximus prays to his ancestors, asking for guidance and protection for his family. His altar is filled with candles and small statues of his wife, son, and others. Cicero returns the statues of his wife and son to Maximus following, a) Proximo and gladiators arrival in Rome, b) match with Titus, c) battle of Carthage

10. Marcus Aurelius wrote to Commodus, listing the four chief virtues. They are [pick four] courage, wisdom, prudence, justice, fortitude, moderation, temperance, and steadfastness.

11. Commodus orders Quintus to carry out the execution of Maximus and his family. The Praetorians are to ride until dawn and then execute Maximus. Ridley Scott cut the execution of the two soldiers who reported Maximus was ambushed and killed. True or False: The Praetorian guard arrest Maximus, ride all night and reach the site of an earlier massacre perpetrated by barbarians. Maximus escapes by disarming his executioner, killing the four Praetorians, and capturing two of their horses.

12. When Commodus and Lucilla arrive in Rome the Senate convenes to give them a list of guidelines. The top priority is, a) plague in the Greek quarter, b) grain supply for next year, c) care and maintenance of the road system.

13. Proximo, "an entertainer" with considerable know-how, advises Maximus: "Win the crowd and you'll win your freedom." He gives Maximus a gift for the Roman Coliseum. It is a) a helmet resembling the helmet of invisibility, b) key to his cell, c) upper torso leather protection

14. Proximo was once a great gladiator. In Rome, he stops in front of Jupiter's statue and asks his "old friend" for a) fortune, b) victory, c) luck, d) fame.

15. Lucius visits the gladiators and asks Maximus about his horses at home before the first match in Rome. Maximus tells Lucius their names are a) sun and moon, b) gold and silver, c) strength and honour

16. Proximo wants double the rates when he learns his troupe will be reenacting the historical battle of Carthage that was a massacre. His appeal for fair compensation is made to the Master of Ceremonies who tells him, a) it isn't in his contract, b) the beggars and thieves could replace his gladiators, c) pray for an act of god

17. Maximus turns the tables and the barbarians win the battle, using Roman military strategy known as "the turtle." Commodus meets him, asks what his name is, and Maximus says, "My name is ______________."

18. Lucilla visits Maximus and tells him he is the only person to ever stand up to Commodus. Maximus tells her he only has the power to amuse the mob. Lucilla tells Maximus the mob is Rome, and asks him to, a) accept a challenge from Commodus b) send a message to his army in Ostia, c) meet a politician

19. When the match with Titus starts, a tiger is released to diminish the size of the playing field. More tigers are released as the match continues and Maximus is forced to kill two of them. How many Tigers does Titus kill? a) one b) none c) he wounds one of the tigers but does not kill it

20. When Lucius is playing late at night, Commodus asks him who he is pretending to be. Lucius answers and lets the cat out of the bag by telling Commodus he is, a) a gladiator fighting in the arena, b) Maximus at the Roman victory in Germania, c) Maximus, the savior of Rome

21. Lucilla discovers Lucius with Commodus who tells his nephew about one of their ancestors, Claudius. Which member of the cast of Gladiator played the Emperor Claudius in a PBS series?

22. Commodus sends the Praetorians out to destroy all those in Rome who oppose him. Senator Gias is killed by, a) a fire bomb, b) a snake, c) a knife

23. At the time Maximus and Commodus face off in the arena, Maximus is already near death from a knife wound in his back. The injury, inflicted by Commodus while Maximus is in chains, is witnessed by, a) the Praetorians, b) Lucilla, c) Quintus

24. When Commodus is dead, Maximus reveals the wish of Marcus Aurelius to the people of Rome, that Rome is to be a republic once again. True or False

25. Maximus prepares himself for combat by taking up the earth where he stands and rubbing is across his palms. This suggests he has the gift of, a) clairvoyance, b) dowsers, c) psychometry.

 

 

 


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Marcus Aurelius
Marcus Aurelius Antoninus Augustus

Roman Emperor born in Rome, A.D. 121; died in Vienna, A.D. 180. Such were his high moral qualities that he was adopted by Antoninus from whom he inherited the Empire after the latter’s death in A.D. 161. His reign was entirely without personal ambition, and he conducted a victorious war against the barbarians of the Danube who were threatening the Empire. Thanks to his moderation and personal philosophy, the lot of the slaves was improved; paternal rights were modified, and the rights of succession mamde provision for natural parentage. He was an excellent administrator, but did not change the laws against the Christians.
Richard Harris is Marcus Aurelius in Ridley Scott's epic, Gladiator

That rational essence by which the universe is governed, is for community and society; and therefore hath it both made the things that are worse, for the best, and hath allied and knit together those which are best, as it were in an harmony. Seest thou not how it hath sub-ordinated, and co-ordinated? and how it hath distributed unto everything according to its worth? and those which have the pre-eminency and superiority above all, hath it united together, into a mutual consent and agreement.

Marcus Aurelius Antoninus, Emperor of Rome

     

     

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    Italian police recover ancient Roman marble reliefs
    from tomb looters' cache

    ROME - Plundered funerary art was unearthed in the garden of a private home near Fiano Romano, 25 miles north of the capital, and officials hailed the recovery as a major archaeological find and a blow to the illegal antiquities market.

    Archaeologists said the twelve 12" x 9" panels represent the arena as an early, more formal and ritualized event than the contest grew to later during the reign of Augustus. Gladiators held a sparse number of accoutrements and were dressed only in very basic combat clothing. There were musicians flanking the gladiators during this time.

    The images in these friezes appear to portray an era before Augustus instituted certain changes in the ludi, gladiator schools, and the style of gladiators’ armor and weaponry.

    For example, in an article that appears in, Archeology magazine, Anna Maria Moretti, superintendent of archaeology in Rome says, "Except for one who sports a crested helmet, the Fiano Romano gladiators all wear basic helmets that are essentially skull caps with cheek flaps. All are bare-chested, but wear the subligaculum, or loincloth, and a heavy belt or balteus, from which they hung their swords. Two figures have full-length metal shin guards, ocreae, while the others have bands around their calf muscles to which metal plates are attached. Large shields are depicted both rectangular with a curved border and oval with a central boss and rib, as is a parmula, a small, round Thracian shield. Some gladiators carry short swords with straight, sturdy blades, while others are armed with the sica, a heavy curved dagger.

    ... A fragmentary inscription recovered with the gladiator panels reveals that the tomb was likely for one "Rius, son of Marcus" [Rius Marci filius] who wanted to be remembered for his generosity in sponsoring games."

    ARCHEOLOGY MAGAZINE
    Sandals, Sweat, and Swords [review of GLADIATOR]
    by Spencer P.M. Harrington

    GO ARCHEOLOGY navigation for more about gladiators, including info about the magnificent gladiator sculptures recently recovered by Italian authorities now displayed in a museum near their findspot, Fiano Romano.

     

     


     

    Signs and Portents

    Tradition has it the houses of a star chart, aka departments of life, are associated with the professional gladiator and unwilling participant in the arena. The First House aka Rising Sign or Ascendant, with the emphasis on the strength and stamina of Mars, is part of Gladiator's [Russell Crowe] persona. The three fire sign houses, First, Fifth, and Ninth, are directly linked to the 'tripple warmer' or 'the strong right arm' as in the Conan movies. The Fourth House, if linked with the First House, suggests strong defense strategy on other dimensional levels [usually the astrosome, as in The Matrix].

    The Third House of The Twins, ancient patrons of the Olympic games, often indicates hand-eye coordination, required for success in baseball, football, and tennis. The Fifth House of an arena, or competition in the open, describes all games dedicated to Apollo and Hercules. The first Olympic games were organized by the Ancient Oracle at Delphi and devotees of Ceres, and featured cerebral matches such as contests in poetry and drama; they are researched as offshoots of Virgo and the Sixth House.

    The Seventh House of The Charioteer [Ben-Hur] is depicted in the symbolism of Trump VII The Conqueror or The Chariot. The Eighth House [linked to the Sixth] governs initiation, fencing class, ancient gladiatorial schools, and enclosed contests, such as the 'death match' in Thunderdome [Mad Max character]. The Ninth House of professional sports usually indicates a universal athlete as does the Eleventh House of the Promethean gladiator. The Twelfth House, also associated with the arena, is usually linked to religious suffering in the early years of the Piscean Era.

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    Mercury in Aries & Gemini [The Noble and Most Ancient House of Black] - The Order of the Phoenix

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    Stuffing for Thanksgiving Turkey

    Chestnut and Apple Stuffing

    Stuffing that is to be cooked inside turkey should be warm or at room temperature; it should not be refrigerated. Be sure you are ready to stuff the turkey soon after stuffing is made.

    Prep: 30 minutes
    Total: 1 hour 15 minutes

    Ingredients

    Serves 8

    6 tablespoons butter, plus more at room temperature for pan and aluminum foil
    2 loaves Italian bread (about 10 ounces each), torn into bite-size pieces
    2 medium onions, chopped (2 cups)
    2 stalks celery, halved lengthwise and cut crosswise into 1/2-inch pieces
    Coarse salt and ground pepper
    2 large Gala or Fuji apples, peeled, cored, cut into 8 wedges, and cut crosswise into thin slices
    2 cans (14.5 ounces each) reduced-sodium chicken broth
    1/4 cup coarsely chopped fresh sage
    1 jar (7 ounces) dry-packed cooked chestnuts, coarsely crumbled
    3 large eggs, lightly beaten

    Directions

    Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Butter an 8-inch square baking dish; set aside. Arrange bread in a single layer on two rimmed baking sheets. Bake until dried, rotating sheets from top to bottom and front to back halfway through, about 15 minutes. Meanwhile, in a large saucepan over medium heat, melt butter. Add onions and celery; season with salt and pepper. Cook, stirring occasionally, until tender, 4 to 6 minutes. Add apples; cook until softened, about 3 minutes. Transfer mixture to a large bowl; reserve saucepan.

    In same saucepan, bring broth to a boil. Remove from heat; set aside. To onion-apple mixture, add bread, sage, chestnuts, and eggs. Season with salt and pepper; toss to combine. Add half the broth and toss to combine. Continue adding broth and tossing just until stuffing is moistened but not wet.

    Place about 4 cups stuffing in turkey. Spoon remaining stuffing into prepared baking dish; cover with buttered aluminum foil and refrigerate. When turkey is removed from oven, place covered baking dish in oven, and bake until warmed through, 25 to 30 minutes. Uncover and bake until golden, about 15 minutes more.

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    Romans at Table

    A Bread and Butter Note from Gaius Pliny

    My Dear Septicius Clarus,

    Look here, you accepted my invitation to dinner and then did not show up. You will be assessed for the costs, to the last penny, and they are not small. You will have to foot the bill for all these preparations: lettuce, one head per head; snails, three apiece; eggs, two each; pasta [to wit: spelt grits]; all the above served with mulsum and snow--yes, you will pay the tab for the snow too, in fact especially for the snow, because it died on the dish as a result of your negligence; then olives, boiled beets, gourds, onions, and one thousand other items no less elegantly prepared.

    You would have heard comic skits, or a reader, or a musician, or--considering my generosity--all three. But you preferred oysters, stuffed sow's womb, sea urchins, and Spanish bombshells, at whose home, I for one cannot imagine. But you will pay your debt.... You have acted with malice aforethought, maybe not to yourself, but certainly to me, but yes, to yourself as well. How much fun we would have had, how we would have laughed, how serious we would have been too. You can dine at many homes with more pomp and circumstance, but nowhere with more fun, candor, and openness. In short: come to my next party, and unless you prefer to make your excuses to others in future, make your excuse to me forever.

    Cordially yours,

    Gaius Pliny

     

     

    Rome Throughout Britain and in the City of Pompeii

    When the food was ready it was served on a discus, a large circular plate. Groups of large platters of silver, bronze and pewter have been excavated, the most notable in Roman Britain being the silver collection from Mildenhall in Suffolk.

    Life in a villa in Roman Britain would have been secure and pleasant for the wealthy owner and his family. Home ground flour and freshly make bread, home grown vegetables, a well stocked orchard of apples, pear, cherry and plum trees; specially reared pigs, sheep and oxen, together with an abundance of wild fish and game, would have assured the inhabitants a variety of good food.

    Cheeses were many and varied and much enjoyed. Smoked cheese was a particular favourite, many foreign varieties being imported by the Romans. It was eaten freshly made or preserved, and formed an important ingredient of bread and fancy cakes.

    Not everyone cooked at home. Town dwellers would have handy access to the local bakers, pastry cooks and cooked meat shops, as the stone reliefs and excavations of Pompeii illustrate.

     

     

    Personal alchemy: The Mars Diet is made up of the menu that uses all hot condiments, spicy foods, marinades, most sour foods, and more. People with excess Martian energy often favor the Mars menu with food and drink designed to irritate and agitate the physical digestive system. These include curry, garlic, hot sauce, salsa, vinegar, Worcestershire sauce, and all the selections from the onion/radish family that produce Mars energy. This energy is considered positive if put to constructive use, such as work of a builder, carpenter, engineer, landscaper, etc. [see Kevin Costner in The Company Men, and Harrison Ford in Witness].

    If too much Mars energy is acquired without a positive purpose or use, the energy should be displaced as soon as possible. Otherwise an excess amount of Mars energy can overload the physical system and express itself in a negative form. Examples would be the Russell Crowe character in Romper Stomper, Commodus in Gladiator [in contrast with the Spartan diet of Maximus and his troops], and Ben Cross 'Maligant' in First Knight.

    From an exoteric viewpoint, foods such as ginger, pepper, onions, or hot Mexican chilies create a strong burning sensation. The Romans and the Aztecs believed if a food produced heat and fire it should be directly linked with love and passion. Most of the spices, especially hot spices, were considered to be aphrodisiacs. Many medieval monasteries forbade the addition of hot chili and spices to the meals of men committed to an austere life.

    Today, bakers and chefs know how to blend and combine food so that aphrodisiacs and anti-aphrodisiacs do not cancel each other out in a single meal.

     

     

    20 Things Guys Learn From Action Movies

    1. During all police investigations it will be necessary to visit a strip joint at least once.
    2. All beds have special L-shaped top sheets which reach up to armpit level on a woman but only to waist level on the man lying beside her.
    3. It's easy for anyone to land a plane providing there is someone in the control tower to talk you down.
    4. A man will show no pain while taking the most ferocious beating but will wince when a woman tries to clean his wounds.
    5. Large loft-style apartments in New York City are well within the price range of most people - whether they are employed or not.
    6. Even when driving down a perfectly straight road it is necessary to turn the steering wheel vigorously from left to right every few moments.
    7. At least one of a pair of identical twins is born evil.
    8. A detective can only solve a case once he has been suspended from duty.
    9. If you decide to start dancing in the street everyone you bump into will know all the steps.
    10. Should you decide to defuse a bomb don't worry which wire to cut. You will always choose the right one.
    11. Most laptop computers are powerful enough to override the communications system of any invading alien society.
    12. Extremely beautiful and intelligent women are likely to become prostitutes or welders.
    13. It does not matter if you are heavily outnumbered in a fight involving martial arts - your enemies will wait patiently to attack you one by one
    by dancing around in a threatening manner until you have knocked out their predecessors.
    14. When you turn out the light to go to bed, everything in your bedroom will still be clearly visible, just slightly bluish.
    15. Police departments give their officers personality tests to make sure they are deliberately assigned to a partner who is their total opposite.
    16. When they are alone, all foreigners prefer to speak English to each other.
    17. Radiation causes interesting mutations - not to your future children but to you, right there and then.
    18. If you are blonde and pretty, it is possible to become a world expert on nuclear fission at the age of 22.
    19. Honest and hard working policemen are traditionally gunned down three days before their retirement.
    20. Rather than wasting bullets, megalomaniacs prefer to kill their archenemies using complicated machinery involving fuses, pulley systems, deadly
    gasses, lasers and man eating sharks which will allow their captives at least 20 minutes to escape.

    The Critic Corner

    21. No matter how minor the accident, at least one of the cars involved will explode.
    22. Policemen never have to go to court, unless they are in a Jack Webb production.
    23. Authorities will condone the destruction of $25 million in property to avoid paying a $3 million ransom.
    24. If I am given a surprise attack, I will be attacked by only one or maybe two people at a time, and I will find that I am well-skilled in Karate and Jujitsu,
    and if all else fails, I will always have one last firearm hidden somewhere on my body.
    25. While chasing or fleeing from an enemy, I can drive anything with a motor recklessly at 100-130 miles per hour without a seatbelt, with ammunition filling
    the passenger seat, and nothing will fall out of place. Also, no police will ever catch me; they'll just look in amazement in my direction.

     

     

     

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