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Who Were You in a Past Life?: Take A Past Life Journey to Discover Your Past Life

Date: 04 Mar 2019


You have lived many lives and been many people. Events and circumstances from former lives can influence your life today. Reincarnation and the ability to "see" into past lives is mentioned in the Upanishads of ancient India and in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali. AS explained by Patanjali, traumas and peak events from past lives can continue to affect people through additional lifetimes. Past lives are a reality, and reincarnation is the way of all beings. This has been researched and documented most notably by Ian Stevenson, the author of Reincarnation and Biology: A Contribution to the Etiology of Birthmarks and Birth Defects researched the occurrence of past lives and how incidents from the past could actually leave physical marks on the present life's body. Children who claim to remember a previous life have been found in many parts of the world, particularly in the Buddhist and Hindu countries of South Asia, among the Shiite peoples of Lebanon and Turkey, the tribes of West Africa, and the American northwest. Stevenson has collected over 2,600 reported cases of past-life memories of which 65 detailed reports have been published. Specific information from the children's memories has been collected and matched with the data of their claimed former identity, family, residence, and manner of death. Birthmarks or other physiological manifestations have been found to relate to experiences of the remembered past life, particularly violent death. By re-discovering past lives and coming to terms with our experiences we can overcome blocks that we may have in this life, and or simply gain greater insight about our deepest motivations and habits. Catriona offers past life journeys to help you to recall your past lives. These are transformative journeys that can be life-changing.

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Enjoying Outlander? Take Your Own Journey to a Land an Ancient Land & Orkney Scotland Spiritual Nature Quest

Date: 06 Feb 2019


Featured in National Geographic, Orkney was an important religious and cultural center and a spiritual pilgrimage destination. The home of an advanced civilization going back to 3200 B.C The archipelago abounds with ancient sites on several islands, and since it is newly “discovered” you can visit these sites without crowds. Visit: Skara Brae, Maes Howe, The Ring of Brodgar, The Stonnes of Stennes, and more This is the 10th year running this life-changing Nature Quest to this amazing location. The Orkney archipelago is called the “Egypt of the North” as covered in National Geographic. It is the land of my ancient ancestors the Picts - the indigenous people of Scotland. Transform Your Life through a deeply profound inner and outer spiritual program that includes shamanic, mystical, and soul healing practices including a past life journey. THIS Nature Quest & Spiritual Retreat IS FOR YOU IF You Are Ready to See Some of the Most Ancient Sites in the World & Experience them Up Close & Personal without crowds; You are a Nature Lover; & You are Seeking to Connect More Deeply with Nature & You can complete mild to moderate hikes; and, You are ready to participate in profound spiritual practices that will benefit your life. In this land that time forgot, you will access a place of immense clarity and ancient wisdom. Participate in sacred ceremonies and practices that have roots to ancient Celtic knowledge and wisdom. Benefit from Nature Quest spiritual program including; ceremonies, shamanic journeys, mystical connection to nature, moderate hikes to observe wildlife, and more. Discover powerful practices to support a new vision for your life, while clearing away limiting emotional and mental clutter. You will commune with the powerful energy of the land and connect with the wisdom of this timeless realm. Tap into your spiritual truth and gain remarkable insight about yourself via a one of a kind Ancient Celtic Trilogy Reading only offered by Catriona and based on ancient traditions going back thousands of years. Orkney is an archipelago of islands just north of the Scottish mainland (just a 1-hour flight from Edinburgh Scotland), or a short beautiful ferry ride from- Scotland’s northern tip. Orkney Scotland offers fantastic wildlife, rugged cliffs, and charming towns. Enjoy the company of a small group of like-minded travelers, Enjoy world-class performers at the International Orkney Music Festival taking place during the May Quest. The intention of the Nature Quest is to provide participants with a deeply empowering inner and outer journey leading to renewal and transformation. I highly recommend Partnering with Nature. The insight (Catriona) shares is something that we can all benefit from.Shirley MacLaine Catriona, founder of Nature Quest and a descendant of one of the most ancient Scottish clans, the MacGregors*, helps people find meaning in their own lives , Nature Quests, Spiritual Retreats Vision Quests, Nature Retreats, and Spiritual teaching. Catrionas book,Partnering with Nature: The Wild Path to Connecting with the Earth was awarded a Gold Medal from the 2011 Nautilus Book Award, which recognizes "world-changing books" that "promote spiritual growth, conscious living and positive social change as they inspire the reader to new possibilities for a better world." Previous winners include His Holiness The Dalai Lama, Deepak Chopra, Thich Nhat Hanh I have been deeply impressed by Catriona MacGregor for many years. Her striking kinship with the animal world and her vision of the natural world are compelling and apparent when you are in her presence. Many people carefully copy native traditions, hoping for a shamanic experience. Catriona MacGregor is a shaman.” - Jim Gilkeson, - author of A Pilgrim in Your Body: Energy Healing and Spiritual Process

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Spirit Animals & Celtic Spirituality

Date: 03 Feb 2019


When I was eleven years old, I found a baby sparrow hawk that had fallen from its nest. Because it is always best to return infant animals to their mothers, we spent hours unsuccessfully searching for the nest and the parents,. Since we never found the sparrow hawks parents and knew it was far too young to survive on its own on the ground, I brought the hungry hawk home to raise. The white, downy chick grew into a striking bird with beautiful markings of slate blue and deep orange. Eventually, the hawk matured and began its first efforts at flight. It would fly high into the treetops in the evenings, and in the morning, I would wake expectantly at dawn and search for the hawk. After calling for it for some time, I would always find it in the high branches of the trees in the woods behind our home. I remember the first time it spent a night out on its own, and after searching anxiously for over an hour, I finally found it at the very top of one of the tallest maple trees deep in the woods, its shiny feathers, glistening in the new light. As I called to it from the ground, it leaned its head to the side with one of its large dark eyes staring at me as if I were a strange being. Just a single night out under the brilliant stars had brought out the wildness in it. I called my familiar call and waited with bated breath, not knowing what it might choose to do, since it had awakened to its hawk-ness. After some hesitation, it flew down to the ground about eight feet away from me. As I put out my hand towards the hawk, it momentarily lifted its talons in a show of growing independence. I encouraged these independent forays so it could be returned to the wild once it was an adult. My relationship with sparrow hawk was an important one that shaped my youth in key ways. The timing of my relationship with the sparrow hawk was important, as it helped me to define and understand the growing independence as one moves from childhood to young adulthood. I now refer to the sparrow hawk as my firstborn “son,” and I understand the spiritual connection that I have with sparrowhawks. While I cared for the hawk, raised it, and trained it to become wild, I believe that I learned more from this intelligent creature than it did from me. When I began to work with animals and gain a greater understanding of their ways, I grew to understand that the sparrow hawks spirit was reflected in abilities that came naturally to me. Animal allies often reflect potential qualities of our being. By developing our spiritual relationship with an animal, we can learn to unleash those qualities. We all have at least one animal ally that can assist us. As in the case with the sparrow hawk, we may encounter animals in the physical form first, prior to understanding our relationship with their spirit. This is why recalling your real-life experiences with animals can be a first step toward discovering your spirit animal and why childhood experiences, in particular— when we are still so open to the world around us; can point to important animal allies. Spirit animals can also come to help people through a guardian, family, clan, or community. For example, I was very fortunate to benefit from the spirit of the turkey at a young age through one of my godmothers, Marjorie. Two magnificent bronzes, life-sized turkeys stood on pillars at the entranceway of Marjorie’s beautiful estate. These striking statues would later be seen as the obvious signs of her alignment with the turkey later in life when I became more aware of the power of animals and their spirits. Marjorie never had children of her own, yet she inspired many people with her generous nature and "joie de vivre". Marjorie exhibited one of the deepest spirits of the generosity of anyone that I have ever encountered. She gave one of her homes to a family that was struggling to make ends meet, helped others who were struggling financially, and sent several young people to college who could not afford to go. Beyond her financial support, she also offered sympathy and moral support. Today, I always give support to charities and people that I care about as one small way to let the spirit of the turkey flow through me. This explains why many indigenous people, like Native Americans, often have spirit animals, called totem animals that protect the entire community. In the case of the Crow people, each individual member benefits from an association with crows, and each individual of the tribe can also have their own totem animal(s) that may be different than a crow. Today, a group may link itself to a specific animal as a clan, or a team mascot, or even a national or state emblem. Our MacGregor clan crest has three animals, a crowned lion, a stag and a unicorn, surrounding a tree and sword to represent our family name. For the Celtic peoples, who also believed in power animals and pilgrimages into nature, dreams, shamanic journeys, animal experiences, and even a personal quest into the wilderness all helped to bring one closer to understanding themselves and the universe around them. No matter what method was or is used, the discovery of a personal animal spirit guide is always a voyage of self-discovery and unfolding. I help people discover and benefit from their personal spirit animal through shamanic journeys, dream recall, remembrance, and intuitive means. I am pleased to help you discover your spirit animal.

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How My Ancient Scottish Ancestors Shaped Nature Quest and Spiritual Retreats to Scotland

Date: 03 Feb 2019


I come here to the Orkney Archipelago every year in May, to lead a Spiritual Nature Quest. During the eight days that participants spend in Orkney, we visit ancient sites, view majestic vistas, and participate in a nature based spiritual immersion program. Participants connect deeply to the land, the ancestors, the animals and trees. We hike to remote and beautiful places to view wildlife like puffins, harbor porpoise, and seals known locally as selkies. Orkney is a place of contrasts alternating between, past and present, bucolic beauty and stormy weather, and intimacy and grandness. It is a place where one can enter into realms beyond the veil of our day-to-day world. The land bestows upon residents and visitor’s the clarity that can sometimes be found in sacred places around the world.  Perhaps this is why so many great poets and writers came from here. On my first trip to Orkney, I saw visions of people, beings and happenings from another time. My consciousness was further filled with beautiful geometric images that seemed to download from thin air. These visions reinforced the fact that the underlying structure of the Universe has a perfection of symmetry that infuses all things.

 

          Scotland was my mother's home, and in many ways it is home to me as well. The Quests that I lead to Ancient Orkney, Scotland reflect not just a personal interest but a tradition of familial and ancestral connection to the soil of Scotland. While I was always aware of our family's MacGregor roots, and our mother taught all her children Scottish Sword dancing and instilled a Scottish sensibility in us, I was not aware of our clan's ancient past until after my mother had passed away in 1982. Yet, in an interesting moment of synchronicity, I was to learn of our relation to the indigenous people of Scotland.

 

        Many years ago, my sister Anne and I were traveling throughout Scotland together.   It was a journey that was to bring us closer to each other and, unwittingly, to our ancestors. When we arrived in Orkney by ferry from the Scottish mainland we found ourselves in the midst of the Annual Science Festival. Scientists from over a dozen countries were converging in Orkney to discuss their findings and feature their areas of expertise. We decided to town later that evening to catch one of the many presentations being offered. As we walked downtown after dinner, we stepped into a narrow alleyway with a smooth cobblestone path across from Saint Magnus Cathedral.

           Each stone seemed to hold the memory of the millions of footsteps that passed this way. When we came to the end of the alley, we saw a small group of people waiting eagerly outside a church. Curious, we asked them what they were waiting for and they cheerily said they were going to see a talk by a DNA expert.   The group’s enthusiasm was contagious, so we decided to join them. The church’s thick double wooden doors then swung open and we entered and climbed-up the narrow staircase in the midst of the tight cluster of about 15 people. When we reached the second story, we entered a large room filled with hundreds of seated guests.  Somehow we managed to find the last two empty seats in the Great Hall just in time for the presentation.

        As we took our seats, the presentation was just beginning and the speaker introduced himself as Jim Wilson, Professor of Human Genetics in the Usher Institute for Population Health Sciences and Informatics at the University of Edinburgh.   He explained that he would be discussing the results of his many years of studying the DNA  lineage of people from Britain.   He began his talk by explaining how the study was conducted and also explaining specific linags that he had been tracking. Astonishingly, midway in his presentation, a slide appeared with the bolded title “MacGregor”. My sister and I looked at each other with amazement. He was about to embark on describing an in-depth genealogical study of the MacGregor clan. Not only was he studying our clan, but the synchronicity of the two of us being together in Orkney AND just happening to unexpectedly walk in on this presentation was remarkable. We were all ears.

           

         The MacGregors are one of the most maligned people in history. In 1604, James the VI (Yes - the same James that vigorously hunted and killed "witches") passed an Act of Council that outlawed the entire clan. According to the Act; “The name MacGregor should be altogether abolished, and that all persons of that Clan should renounce their name and take same some other name, and that they nor none of their posterity should call themselves Gregory or McGregor thereafter under the pain of death.” This meant that MacGregors couldn't travel more than two at a time and were not allowed to bear arms or even carving knives. Many MacGregor men were executed unfairly.

      The popular Celtic song "You Take the High Road" is a lament by its author, a MacGregor held in prison in London and later executed. In some places, MacGregor women were stripped bare, branded, and whipped through the streets. MacGregors were denied food, water, and shelter, which caused them to have to commit, acts of thievery to survive. The proscription against the MacGregors was not permanently lifted until 1784. The laws against them were not just patently unfair, they were downright cruel.   So how did one people, one Clan come to be outlawed for almost 200 years?

        Growing up I was mystified at the terrible treatment that the Clan endured.   Like most Clans, the MacGregors have a Clan motto and the MacGregor motto is "'S Rioghal Mo Dhream" which means  "Royal is my Race". The Clan’s history was yet under a cloud of contradictions. It was claimed by some that the Clans descent from Kings was pure mythology in spite of literary references to this fact.  
“All men admit the clan Gregor to be the purest branch of the ancient race of Scotland now in existence. - true descendants, in short, of the native stock of the country, and unmixed by blood with immigrants either of their own or of any other race. About this point there is no dispute; and the name of Clan Alpine, commonly adopted by them for centuries, would almost alone suffice to prove their descent from the Albiones, the first known inhabitants of Scotland.” * (Smilbert, Thomas, from his book “Clans of the Highlands of Scotland", 1850"          

       Then as my sister Anne and I sat in the church auditorium in Orkney, Jim Wilson proceeded to interpret the thousands of DNA samples that he had obtained from men with the last name MacGregor.  He found that MacGregor DNA had a very special DNA marker, which indicated the existence of a chromosome that distinguished them from many modern-day Scots. The newly discovered chromosome is known as belonging specifically to those of ancient Pictish lineage and are related to the Dalraidic Kings of old.

The discovery of this Y-chromosomal marker thus supports Clan MacGregor’s use of their Royal motto. MacGregor's are descendants of King Kenneth MacAlpin the very first King of a United Scotland then known as Alba. King MacAlpin joined the Picts and the Gaels (known as Scots) (from Ireland and the western isles) into residents of one country.    The Picts had a largely matrilineal culture, and since Kenneth’s mother was Pictish, he came to his kingship via matrilineal succession.

          Kenneth took his throne as both “King of the Picts” and “King of the Gaels” via ancient traditional methods by sitting upon the Stone of Scone outside on the land in ancient Pictish territory. This Stone also referred to as the "Stone of Destiny", is made of Sandstone with a hollowed out surface for a chair. It was on this Stone that all new Kings were coronation to seal the relationship between the King & the Land that he was to rule. Kenneth's uniting of Alba (later Scotland) was the beginning of the fusion of two people’s who already shared many similar customs and beliefs. 

Yet, it was not just the Romans and the Vikings that gave the Picts and the Scots a hard time. In 1066, the Normans invaded England and Scotland.   This invasion was led by Duke William II of Normandy, later referred to as William the Conqueror, with Norman, Breton and French soldiers. Under this invasion, lands formerly held by Pictish and Gaelic families and Clans were seized and deeded to Breton and Norman soldiers and nobility. Over 200 years later, in 1292, King Edward of England also began to get a hold on the country. Under King Edward s command over 1800 Scottish nobles were required to pay formal homage to him or die. Norman and Anglo Saxon Kings seized the Scottish throne, often betraying or killing other potential claimants to the throne with ancient roots to the land. The new rulers or  “usurpers” as some might all them, especially distrusted the highland clans especially those clans that might have a claim to the Scottish throne by way of ancestral lineage, like Clan Gregor.

They took away lands held by MacGregor’s and gave it to Clans like the Campbell’s and Stewarts that helped the new Norman and Anglo Saxon Kings dominate Scotland. Once MacGregor land was taken away and given over to a clan loyal to the Norman or English King. The new landowners would sometimes burn the MacGregor dwellings and force them off the land, keeping the more stately castles and buildings for themselves.   

      Over time, the more ancient clans with a lineage going back to the royal line of the first Kings of Pictland and later Scotland; like the MacGregors, Grant, Macaulay, Mackinnon, Macnab, Macfie, and MacQuarrie, lost the majority of their independence and their land to the Normans and to the Anglo Saxons.Over time, the more ancient clans with a lineage going back to the royal line of the first Kings of Pictland and later Scotland; like the MacGregors, Grant, Macaulay, Mackinnon, Macnab, Macfie, and MacQuarrie, lost the majority of their independence and their land to the Normans and to the Anglo Saxons.

    By the late 1500s, MacGregor Clan, that had lived in some of the most beautiful places in Scotland for generations such as: Loch Awe, Glen Orchy, Glen Strae, Glenlyon, Strathfillan, Balquhidder, Breadlebane, and lands near the Loch Katrine and Loch Lomond areas stretching all the way to the sea scarcely owned a single piece of land. Even MacGregor tenants living on land owned by a Lord or “Laird” were not safe. Since landlord’s were answerable for the misdemeanors of their tenants, MacGregors would often be asked or forced to leave. (Pg 25 Historical Notices of the Clan Gregor from Authentic Sources, collected and arranged by D. Gregory 1831.) 83 After being pushed to the brink of ruin, MacGregor's eked out a living by hunting game on land owned by others, and cattle thieving. In those days, one's wealth was in land and cattle and without land one either had to become a tenant on someone else’s property or poach wildlife and cattle to survive.   

              Yet, not all MacGregors buckled under or were killed. Some even became heroes. Rob Roy MacGregor was born in 1671 to a senior member of the MacGregor Clan.   He lived out his life during the terrible proscription against the MacGregors, and his own father was subjected to the ghastly punishment of being hanged, drawn and quartered. Rob was well educated, fluent in two languages Gaelic and English, an excellent swordsman, and had an excellent sense of humor as shown by his letters and writings about his turbulent relationship with the Duke of Montrose. Montrose was related to a Breton Knight and mercenary, whose lineage (later known as Stewart) seized the Scottish throne from the indigenous line of Kings.

            Rob Roy later became romantically likened to a Robin Hood type character that managed to outfox cruel Lairds and unfair laws. He did this through his charm and intelligence and by escaping and or hiding from the clutches of the authorities. For example, Rob Roy’s house was between two streams at the head of Glenshira just nine miles from Inveraray. These streams that came down from hillsides were covered by ferns and large boulders and surrounded by Alder, rowan, hazel, oak, ash, and birch trees. When the authorities came hunting for Rob, he would often hide in the many crevasses and small caves along the stream. Some of these appeared too small to hold a man of Rob's size at the entrance but expanded into larger spaces after the openings. These naturally occurring hiding places preserved Rob Roy's life on many occasions.

      Rob Roy was not the only one who depended upon natural hiding places and misty weather. Some MacGregors managed to live by moving further up into the wilderness areas of the Highlands and becoming astute at slipping away from the sight of man. They became known as  “The Children of the Mists “.  "Children of the Mists" is a reference to their ability to synchronize their movements with local weather patterns, disappearing into the Scottish mist, which often covered the mountains and lowland areas. Ironically, the proscription against them ended up creating a Clan that was known for its independence, stealth, intelligence, strength, love of nature and above all loyalty. Perhaps, those ancient ones, and more recently the Children of the Mists had a hand in shaping my destiny to be a lover of wild places.

      The proscription against the MacGregors not only had the effect of uniting the Clan more strongly to their name and heritage, but it also dissuaded non-family members from using it. Perhaps most astonishing of all, after not being able to use their name or own property and purposefully discriminated against and killed, MacGregors are still around today. It’s not just the MacGregor’s that have seemingly miraculously survived but the Picts themselves. While the Picts may be considered an extinguished race, they are still here living through their descendants and through the beliefs and practices that were passed down through the generations. When the Picts and Gaels united under a common country of Alba, later Scotland, they united as a people, intermarried and adopted each other’s customs and ways. Thus Pictish influence includes and goes beyond genetic lineage, in influencing today’s’ Celtic culture.

           According to Historian Stuart McHardy,  
“The Picts of the ancient world did not disappear nor were they conquered and destroyed; they remained, the indigenous people of northern Scotland, and their ancestors still walk their lands and fields in the present day.  Of course, it is assumed today as well by historians and archeologists that the Clan system still in use in Scotland and many of the cultural, artistic and philosophical leanings of Scotland’s people is a reflection of the ways of the ancient Picts that shaped this land, and who were in turn shaped by her.”

Today when I ponder my ancestors, I am proud to have inherited their independent-mindedness & their knowledge, and love of the land. MacGregor’s survived in spite of incredible hardships. Their singular story is a reflection of the indomitable human spirit to survive and thrive in spite of adversity.

 

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There is scarcely a lineage of people on Earth who have not, at some point, been treated unjustly in some way. History is filled with stories of war and conquest.  Today, we all face a new challenge, one that will require all of us, the entire human race, to Unite. The growing peril of the planet alert’s us to the fact that the human family is one family. Just as DNA has proven that everyone on Earth is related to everyone else.  There is simply no  “pure” race of humans on the planet.  

For example,  10,000 years ago, every human being who was alive then, is the shared ancestor of everyone today. In other words, if you go back 500 generations, all of us have a common ancestor.   If you go back just 200-300 generations, or 5,000 years when the ancient Pictish people were still using the Ness of Brodgar, and living in their Brochs, a family reunion, would require that almost everyone on Earth be invited as Kin. This may give one pause when considering the scope of one's relations.   The fact that we are all related genetically proves our undying link to each other. To me, this scope of relations is further widened beyond even our singular human species to all life on Earth. Our animal and plant brothers, sisters need us to stand up and save the world for them, for us and for all life.

       The Earth, the trees, the animals are all our relations.   Our descendants include all life forms on the planet.   Whether we choose to be motivated by greed and expediency or a devotion to valuing and protecting life, our choice resonates around the globe to impact all beings now and into the future.

 

 

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The Healing Power of Plants

Date: 03 Feb 2019


For thousands of years, humankind has benefited from the healing capacity of plants.Many medicinal remedies are made from plants and many pharmaceutical companies today still rely on plant extracts.

Over one hundred pharmaceuticals are derived from plants, including Taxol, an anti-tumor drug from the Pacific yew tree; thymol, from thyme, which is used as an anti-fungal treatment; papaverine, a muscle relaxant from the poppy, (yes, there is some truth to Dorothy of The Wizard of Oz falling asleep in the poppy field); and bromelain, which is a anti-inflammatory made from pineapple. Now plants are even more important to health and healing than they were in thepast, since our modern world—our own homes and places of work—has become increasingly toxic from common things, such as cleaning products, paint, carpets, tobacco smoke, and petroleum products.

Because newer homes and office buildings are also constructed to be airtight to stop energy loss from heating and air conditioning systems, offending toxins and chemicals are simply recirculated. In addition, newer building materials often contain chemicals that are unhealthy.

This has given rise to what is known as sick building syndrome (SBS), a term used by the Environmental Protection Agency to describe buildings that cause illnesses in people who spend time inside them.

In fact, this was such a pervasive problem that as early as 1984, the World Health Organization Committee had issued a report suggesting that up to 30 percent of buildings worldwide were making people sick.

Thus, living and working in well-ventilated buildings, and making sure that your home and work environments do not contain toxic materials, is essential to ensuring health and well being. After you have taken whatever steps you can to detoxify your home (like removing toxic materials), you can then make changes to enhance the indoor environment.

Bringing plants into your home or office is an effective way to clean and purify the air.

Plants are amazing natural air cleaners, taking in stuffy air filled with carbon dioxide and pollutants and turning it into healthy oxygen.

Through a process of metabolic breakdown, the leaves of certain plants absorb harmful organic chemicals and destroy them. Spider plants excel at this feat.

Even formaldehyde, a highly toxic substance, can be metabolized and converted into harmless substances by the humble little spider plant.
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