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Three Ages of Love

Three Ages of Love, Part 1

Fathers Love for His children knows no bounds. (Jn 17:23-24,but read the entire 17th chap) Sometime ago He created all things (including His children) (at or for) His pleasure (Rev 4:11). As we have heard, some of His children turned against Him, (2Pet 3:5-6, Jude 6, Gen 1:1, and Gen 6) obviously seeking to destroy and take over His works.

In the 2Peter reference, it is made quite plain that there are three distinct ages assigned to the Earth (and Heaven), by Father Himself.

Lets seek to discover something about the similarities and differences of these ages, for thereby we may begin to see a small portion of the depth of Father's love for us. We will of necessity, deal mainly with this age and the next, for there is precious little written for us in His Word concerning the first age. Let us proceed with some thoughts based on what we can know from that that is written.

As we study, we can be assured that as stated in Heb 13:8 "Jesus Christ (is) the same yesterday, and to day, and forever." And as with Mal 3:6, "I change not" sayeth the Lord. We will also need to understand the "free will" Father gives His Children. Father will force no one to "Love the Good", but allows us as individuals to choose. This He of course did for Adam in the garden. Adam and Eve made their choice out of free will. For those who have trouble with this "free will", see also (Deu 30:19,Josh 24:15, Prov 1:29,3:31, Isa 56:4,65:12) to name just a few.

Thus, as we can be assured of the unchanging nature of Father, and the "free will of his children", we should not go too far astray using what we know of mankind's traits. After all, we are flesh, and the lusts and weaknesses we have are well known to us. Let’s play "what if"

The First age

There are at least 3 things we can surmise from the Word about this first age. 1), Father Was there, and He never changes. 2) We were with Him, and had free will, and 3) Some of His children, our brothers and sisters, rebelled against His Will.

Think about it, WE were all there. This thought is amazing, for only in glimpses the Father allows us as individuals can we have any recall of it. Though we were there as individuals, to be sure, WE WERE NOT FLESH, for the Word says in Gen 6, (of this age) that God was grieved that He had made man flesh. Thus at that time, our soul and spirit obviously occupied another type of body. For Paul said "there are different bodies", but only one soul. (see 1 Cor 15, but especially V 40). He also said in Heb 4:12 "For the Word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart." Note that the "joints and marrow" describe flesh. We will use thoughts we know about the flesh when we seek some of the reasons for the first rebellion, for these "weaknesses" we show in the present flesh are a real part of the actual soul and spirit we all have.

With reference to the deeds (deeds=WORKS) committed by the ones who rebelled against Father in the first age, we should realize something very special about the continuance of the rebellion. An individual's soul and its spirit can not know death until Father so wills it. Out of His love, He did not so will it at that time. He willed instead the present age.

For those who love to study deeper thoughts, consider that all souls MUST HAVE HAD full knowledge at the time of the rebellion. Ol'slewfoot got many anyway, perhaps a third of them as written in Rev 12. It is an amazing thought to me that even with full knowledge, many fell away from Father's Will. For those that concur with this thought, consider it as a warning to even the "Elect". Ol' slewfoot is very subtle in his ways.

Another interesting deeper thought is that up until the "rebellion", there was apparently no need for a manner of "sacrifice for forgiveness", for as the Word says of slewfoot (Ezek 28:15), "thou wast perfect in thy ways (works, deeds) until iniquity was found in thee".

Evidently when the rebellion occurred, the option was open for Father to terminate the existence of any or all the souls that rebelled. This was His right, as Creator. But consider the following. If Father had elected to terminate some souls, He would have had to go against His own nature. For the deeper study, consider each of the Laws Father has written for us in the 10 Commandments, (Ex 20) for He never changes. Law number "six" says "Thou shall do no murder." In His wisdom, He gave each of us free will. Within the Word, we have the right to choose for ourselves. (see Deu 30:15-20, Josh 24:15, Prov 1:29,3:31, Isa 54:6, and 65:12.) Some will freely, and with FULL KNOWLEDGE, choose death of the soul, for it is so written. Also, in the first age, even though we all obviously had full knowledge then, many chose to follow "death", or slewfoot..

Thus I am convinced, that this present age and the 1000-year period to follow, which most refer to as the millennium, represent an "overcoming time out" in Eternity. Father in His infinite love has elected for our sakes to preserve those portions of His creation that are worthy. Thus Father did, in His Wisdom, allow a means of escaping "death". He is allowing us to choose.

Again, for some that enjoy deeper study, consider the following. There was apparently no need for "sacrifice" for forgiveness in the first earth age. Apparently, "repentance and forgiveness" became a necessary thing after the rebellion. Thus Father ordained the second Age as necessary to insure the survival of those who would love Him. As we know and as was spoken by Yashua in Jn 3 however, Father set bounds and requirements for escaping "death", and a prerequisite which each soul could individually choose.

Yashua spoke the simple prerequisite to Nicodemus, yet many do not understand the full meaning of His statement. Of course we all see the part about being "born again" and know it means "born from above". But have you thought of what of Jn 3:13 is really saying about Father's plan following the rebellion? "And no man hath ascended up to heaven, but he that came down from heaven, even the Son of man, which is in heaven."

Yashua is showing us a part of Fathers plan. Each soul was given the option of coming into this present flesh blindness, with no recall of the First Age, or remaining in bonds in Heaven until the time of judgment. Amazingly, in spite of eternal death promised by Father some souls have elected this latter, even from the First age, which is why Jude (4-6), and Peter (2Pet2:4) can say they are presently in holding for future judgment. That slewfoot must be some "convincer" to have such a following.

Consider also the following about Yashua's statement of Jn 3:13, for it offers some suggestions which we will draw on in the next parts of this series. It is obvious that Father is completely fair and impartial in His Judgment, for He (Father) himself came into His own flesh age, having all the infirmities and lusts of the flesh we all do. This is eloquently spoken by Yashua Himself (Jn 3:13)and by Paul in Heb 2:14. "Forasmuch then as the children are partakers of flesh and blood, he also himself likewise took part of the same; that through death he might destroy him that had the power of death, that is, the devil;"

But what of the other characters of the first age that have appeared in this age as "angels"? Specifically have you considered the fact that Michael and Gabriel and perhaps countless unnamed others would have to partake of this same flesh blindness? The top of the "chain of command" is Father Himself. If He did it, how can others be excused?

Satan and his angels are an example of the present and future fate of those who refused to partake of the plan. They are "already condemned to death" for their decision. We, of course have not heard the last of him, yet. He will be coming in the future, and soon. We must have the arms we can to guard ourselves with the Word until the Holy Spirit is poured out on us.

It would not be proper, and it would also be confusing in the next parts if we did not discuss something about some special children of Father. There are some, which the Word tells us in many places that Father foreknew, and selected. These are the "Elect",and they apparently earned the selection by the "WORKS" they did in the first age. We know precious little about the details of the works, yet we can see in the examples Father has put in His Word of the men and women who did His will. If as the Word says "surely goodness and mercy shall follow you all the days of your life", then the "works" the elect did in this age must reflect the works the elect did in the first.

There is a special time coming soon which time we are waiting for. It is coming at the end of this age, and will include a battle for the LORD waged by the Elect against the powers of darkness, slewfoot himself. We must be prepared with the armor on and in place. We must know both the time and place for our battle. We must wait until Father's Holy Spirit tells us it is time.

Finally brothers and sisters, consider that it was only since the slewfoot led rebellion was there any necessity for Father to provide for "repentance and forgiveness". I know I have mentioned this three times. Its important for understanding what follows for yo0u to think about. For apparently, all the "morning stars sang together, and the sons of God shouted for joy" (Job 38:7) Now if we think about "morning stars", we can pick 2 out of the Word. One is "Lucifer" and one is Yashua.

There is a need for both sacrifices, and repentance in this Age. We will take up with this thought in the next part.

In Yashua,


Three Ages of Love, part 2

The Second Age

If we consider carefully the way Adam and Eve were introduced by Father to the "sacrifice and repentance" necessary to obtain forgiveness for sin, we may end up with a better understanding of "animal sacrifice". It is true that Father in Gen 3:15, prophesied the coming of the Yashua Messiah who became the ultimate sacrifice some 4000 years later than that time, and also some 2000 years in the past as we stand here today. (there is also a deeper study on this set of "4 and 2 days"). However in Gen 3:21, we can see the first vicarious "animal sacrifice" that was offered for Adam and Eve by Father Himself.

I really did not see the true meaning and the significance Father obviously placed on animal sacrifice until I began some in-depth thinking on the subject. Before we consider what this could possibly have meant to Adam and Eve, let me explain.

In chapter 2 of Genesis, Father created some special animals to help Adam. To me it was significant that this was an attempt to "make a helpmeet" for Adam (Gen 2:18 and 20). We understand that all life comes from Father for Yashua himself said Father knows even when a sparrow falls (Matt 10:29, Luke 12:6). How does He know? Could the "life" return to the Father who gave it? Consider a moment.

Gen 2:7 And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul. (KJV)

This same word "soul" as applied to Adam appears significantly in chapter 1. In particular it is in verses 20, 21, 24 (creature). Verse 30 (life), Chapter 2:7(soul), above and in 2:19 (creature), where Father made the "helpmeet" animals for Adam.

Strongs # 5315 nephesh (neh'-fesh); from 5314; properly, a breathing creature, i.e. animal of (abstractly) vitality; used very widely in a literal, accommodated or figurative sense (bodily or mental): KJV-- any, appetite, beast, body, breath, creature, X dead (-ly), desire, X [dis-] contented, X fish, ghost, + greedy, he, heart (-y), (hath, X jeopardy of) life (X in jeopardy), lust, man, me, mind, mortally, one, own, person, pleasure, (her-, him-, my-, thyself-), them (your)- selves, + slay, soul, + tablet, they, thing, (X she) will, X would have it. (DIC)

Anyone who has owned and become attached to an animal, and have felt their love and devotion to their masters and have witnessed their nature, how it is unchanging, knows the meaning of what I am trying to say. Animals are not like humans in the sense that they can become unfaithful to a master who properly cares for them. They will willingly serve and protect their family without regard for their own lives. Their nature is CONSTANT, and just perhaps it is so because Father has given them to us as an example. We know that Father was pleased with them as with all His creation, for it is written. We also can see in Isaiah and in Ezekiel, that there will be "animals" in the millennium and probably in the Eternity, for Father changes not.

No, it is not a free will soul that is within an animal, but the Word says "it" came from Father. It also says Father "knows" when one falls in death. Perhaps their "soul" is a portion of the "light" of Love that surrounds His throne. Another of His gifts for our comfort.

If this is the case, or close to it, then the significance Father originally placed on the "animal sacrifice" was much more sincere and dear to Father than I had previously thought.

That said, let us return to the first animal sacrifice. In Gen 3:21, we have "Unto Adam also and to his wife did the LORD God make coats of skins, and clothed them."

Now it doesn't really take much thinking to know those animals had to shed both their blood and their lives to donate those skins. So here we have it. Father is using a part of His LOVE to forgive Man. The impact on Adam and Eve, however was probably much greater than we can imagine. You see, up until that time they had never witnessed the death of anything. Now here is (more than probably) some of their little buddies giving their lives and blood because of Adam and Eves transgressions. They would never see these again. They were gone. Apparently it made a big enough impression on them to tell their sons, because Abel did it just right. Cain though did not care. His sacrifice was not acceptable.

There is also a deeper message and study here. Is the doctrine of "original sin" really to be based upon what Adam and Eve did, or upon the transgressions, which took place in the first age? When Paul says in Rom 5:12, "by one man" sin entered the world, is he talking of Adam or of Slewfoot? If he is talking of Adam, then what of Ezek 18:20?

When I got to ch 43 of Eze, the first thing that struck me was the similarity to Isa 6. I went back to some work I had done to clear up Isa 6 in my mind. I had previously discovered that the English of the KJV was a real butch job on the meaning of Isa 6:4. I.E. the words "posts", "door" and "moved" make the verse nonsense. You can study these out for yourself H# 520, 5592, and 5128. The verse plainly says (to me) that the voice told Isaiah that "the entry into God's Temple (remission of sin thru animal sacrifice) is REMOVED". This is why in 6:5, Isaiah lamented so much, for the familiar method of forgiveness for sin was gone, and how then, could God forgive? Then the Seraphim took coals of God's fire, and thus Isaiah's own sins were cleansed forever. Isaiah also got some new promises at this time. See one he expressed immediately afterward in Isa 7:14.

Now the reason this was important to me, was that the same word used as "cubit" as in the length of the Angels' "measuring reed" throughout Ezek is the word "posts" in Isa 6:4. That is-- "the measure" (of forgiveness) is about to change AGAIN. (I.E. In the millennium, there is no more access to Yashua by faith). Pay close attention to the "length" of the reed. It is six cubits (the number of man) AND a hand's breadth. This tells me that the measure of forgiveness is back in man's HANDS. (animal sacrifice per God's beginning Word.) Again, pay close attention to the Angel's words "open your eyes and ears" in Ezek 40:4. This same sort of advice is repeated in 44:5, "mark well, and open your ears and eyes.... about the LAWS, the entering, and the going forth", when the subject becomes the "prince".....Beloved, when the Word says something like this, I try to pay close attention.

Think hard on this. God told Job in 40:14, that "your own right hand can save you." This means works, does it not? In Rev 20, we find that all of God's judgment (except for the Elect, who do not face judgment) is by WORKS. Not a word about salvation by faith. Salvation by faith is for this age, and in the millennium there will be no need for faith, for all mankind will have complete recall. Now, I had always "heard"--you know how that goes...that the animal sacrifice in the millennium was symbolic. BUT-- the animal sacrifice in the Millennium is REAL AND LITERAL. Think about it carefully. Mankind did not accept God's Promise in Gen 3:15. They did not accept knowledge of the promised Messiah when Isaiah re-announced the promise in Isa 7:14. They CONTINUED their animal sacrifice after God had said STOP IT. They REJECTED Yashua when He came. They MURDERED Him. Even today, modern 'priests' teach man's tradition about Him each Sunday. Well, OK, man has essentially asked to continue the law after they have had a chance to escape it in this age by believing God's Word, Yashua. What's a Father to do? Why, give his children their heart's desire, of course-- the LAW. See if they can follow THAT this time.

This is precisely what happens in the Millennium. God's Word by Ezek is true. All of God's Word is true, as you well know. Let's see if we can follow along. First, however, lets look at the special gift of love and blessings poured on the Elect.

From Ezek 44, we see several things about "Levites". First, there are two "groups" of Levites, those that strayed and those that stayed home. The ones that strayed will be given the responsibility for care of the sheeple according to God's original intention expressed in Leviticus. They include the churchie preachers of today. They WILL NOT be allowed to enter the Temple. They will make their sacrifices at the gate of the Oblation that opens to the East. They cannot cross the "threshold". (See Ezek 46:1-3). They (these strayed Levites) will all of a sudden be responsible to their sheeple for doing the very thing that they always taught their sheeple they had escaped thru Christ--THE LAW, complete with animal sacrifice. Because of full knowledge, there is no more "salvation by faith". Works, the very thing they said could never get them to heaven is now the ONLY way. Imagine the sweat and shame they will feel, facing the very sheeple they had mistaught all their lives, and being responsible for making sure they get the LAW right in every respect this last chance. Do you not think these "Levites" will plead for a chance to talk to one of the Elect about what this law really means? Would they not relish a chance to really listen to one of the Elect teach line by line? They cannot approach the throne to plead with Christ. He has His backside (Isa 38:17, Ezek 3:12, 23:35, Matt 16:23, Mk 8:33, Luke 4:8, Rev 1:10) to them and is within the Temple, accessible only to the Elect. The true Levites are the 7000. (and the 144000?) These are the teachers of the law, because they both know it, taught it with every fiber of their being, and knew how to escape it's judgment. In the millennium age, they have special privileges as outlined in Ezek 44. One of these is the ability to "put on other garments" and go among the people. Why other "garments"? Well, these 7000 (+144000?) already have their eternal body. They would "glow like an angel" if they went among the people as they are. Yashua provides their garments at that time. These "other garments" are probably identical to the ones put on by the Angels who visited Abraham and Lot. The statement "when they enter the Holy Place, they shall not gird themselves with anything that causes sweat" can be understood if you look up the word 'sweat'. It means "to ooze". FLESH bodies sweat and "ooze", the eternal one does not. NO flesh can approach to the Holy Place!! If you study this passage in Ezek 44, you will find the words "reckon to him" to also mean "rejoice with him", and the "cleansed" to mean "glorified". The "sin offering" of the Elect, of course, is Yashua. They have escaped the LAW. Their debts are already PAID IN FULL. !!!!PRAISE YASHUA!!!

Now here is another difficulty. There are apparently TWO different "bodies" assigned during the millennium. The sheeple have a "liable to die" one, (1 Cor 15), (even though it will last the 1000 years). But the Elect will have their eternal one, immortal. There is also a vast difference between these body types. The sheeple will STILL have their cravings of the flesh to overcome. They will get hungry, thirsty, and still have lusts in their senses, owing to the flesh. They will have sensual desires as we all do and have to overcome now. The eternal body the Elect inherit will leave behind those sensual lusts, and they will be remembered no more. Praise YASHUA. I can hardly wait.

We still have not got to the 2 princes. Hang on. We will get there. Lets review. We have so far, One Temple, one set of 7000 Elect, two "sets" of Levites, two different body types, and 2 Kings. Our King is Yashua. in the Temple. The other king is in the pit. I ask you now some questions, the same ones I asked myself while studying this out. 1) Will all that ever lived in the flesh and not overcome be in the millennium? 2) Will there be Kenites in the millennium? If not why not? (See Ezek 18:20) 3) Is David a millennia prince? (see Ezek 34:24 & 37:24-25) 4) Will David be a "prince" to the Kenites also?

The answers I came to is--yes, yes, yes and no. The first yes is because the Word states that "all shall hear". Since many have died without hearing, what better place to hear and decide? Also, in conjunction with the second question, If the Kenites are there, certainly all that need to be will be also. The second yes, Kenites in the millennium, certainly they will be there, for the Word clearly states it several places. God even offered Cain forgiveness before he murdered Abel (see Gen 4:7). True, their father is the devil, yet the Word says in Ezek 18:20, that a son shall not be put to death for the deeds of his father. He shall answer for his own sin. Their father is held (probably with his 'elect'), so that he cannot comfort his children. Likewise, Our Father has withdrawn Himself from all his children except for His Elect. Father is fair. Even AFTER Cain killed his brother, God pronounced a curse on anyone who would kill Cain. This was a solemn promise, for we find Yashua giving the same words to Peter, on the last night of Yashua's flesh life. "Don't kill Cain's children." The Kenites will be there, all right. Right where they always have been. AMONG THE PEOPLE. (see 1 Chron 2:55, Judges 1, and think about where they were the first time Yashua came.) Not ONLY that, but I bet they will be among the strayed set of "Levites", just like they were when Yashua came. THINK about the plight of the poor sheeple. Most of them never, during their flesh life, never even HEARD the word "kenite". Now, they have full recall. You can bet your bippy that most of the Kenites will have to move to the other side. of the temple. They will be avoided like the plague they are. BY ALL ISRAEL. Now, think about the stigma (mark) attached to being a kenite, having full recall, and yet, being remorseful, even genuinely TRYING to overcome. There is no way if the individual will not detach himself from the Kenites, and join Israel (on the right side.) Recall the story about Jael and Deborah in the book of Judges (ch 4&5). Read it and think about it. Heber and Jael had detached themselves from the Kenites.... Remember the strange millennial passage in Isa 3: 6-8? It’s all about a people begging for a prince to rule over them. It's very germane. Please read it. This group of millennial Kenites on the left side of the temple is having a tough time finding a "prince". Yet, they shall find one. But it will not be David.

Now, the last question. Would David be a prince also to the Kenites? NO WAY. "Ye cannot serve 2 masters" If He was a prince to the Kenites, He could not be a prince of Israel. He would be a prince for Kenites who "separated themselves". (see Isa 56:6) One of the first facets on the key of David is to recognize the Kenites and to understand who their father is. (Rev 2, Smyrna, and Rev 3, Phila.). The word (H#5387) "prince" as used everywhere in Ezek save ONE place (we will go there later) is the usual word for chief, governor, ruler, etc. Now, David thoroughly hated the Kenites, maybe because they encouraged Saul to hate him, maybe because he knew they were God's natural enemies. When he was sojourning among the Philistines, he made war on the enemies of Israel, including the Kenites. (1 Sam ch 27) In either case, this was one of the main reasons God so loved David, and why He so loves all His Elect. The one place in Ezek where the word prince is used that it is not H5387, is found in 28:2, "the prince of Tyrus." The word prince here is (H#5057). Now as PM students, we all know Tyrus is "their" rock. Not our Rock. The Interesting thing here is that this word (H# 5057) is also the word in Dan 9:26, "the people of the prince that shall come", as well as in Jer 20:1, where it is translated "chief". This passage in Jeremiah (translate the names also, using the strongs) and you will read "Now 'tear in pieces', the son of 'talker' the priest, heard Jeremiah prophesy these things, then 'tear in pieces' smote Jeremiah...". I can't identify him yet, and maybe I will not be able to until I get there, but the Kenites WILL have their own prince over them in the millennium, for all seek after a ruler when God is not their King, just like the Israelites did when they chose Saul. I can say for sure that it will not be David. One will come forward, for a vacuum in ruler ship always draws whatever dust it can.

The second reason I vote for two princes, is written in Ezek 45. The Holy Oblation is described in verse one. It is 25 by 10 thousand "reeds". This is the land allotted to the Sanctuary and the Elect. Yashua's Temple shall sit in the midst. Now, Read Ezek 45:6, LEAVING out the Italicized words, and without pausing between verse 6 and 7. This is the land for the sheeple. V 7 begins with "and", thus the thought is continued. V7 speaks of the prince on one side, AND on the other side. Pay careful attention to the last part of verse 7. There are 2 strips of land talked about which are beside the Oblation of v 1. (1) from the WEST side WESTWARD, and (2) from the EAST SIDE EASTWARD, each 5000 reeds broad, (read continuing from v 6) along the sides of the Oblation. This makes it obvious to me that there are 2 parcels, the wording east- eastward and west westward seals it. Voila--Two Princes. A significance here is that we have two sets of "folks", each claiming to love God, yet SEPARATED by Yashua, the Living Word!! That is just the way it is now, is it not??? Surely, each set will have it's own prince.

Sisters and Brothers, the foregoing is offered to you in great love. Do with it as you will. I love you all dearly. I still have a lot of questions in my mind concerning many things about this. Specifically, are there different roles for the 7000 and the 144000? I tend to believe they are all counted as one body, and all these have access to the temple. What likely places will the Kenites prince come from?

Convinced I am that there are definitely 2 "princes" present with the folks in the millennium, and neither of these are Yashua. Yashua is there for sure, but He resides in the temple Holy Place, and He is accessible by ONLY the ELECT. (7000) and the Levites which came home at the last minute, so to speak, the 144000. In what follows, I believe the 7000 and the 144000 all have access to the Throne, even though it is not specifically so stated everywhere. All the rest are denied access (to Yashua) during the millennium. What I am about to discuss will probably conflict with what you have gathered to date. Be advised that there certainly is no assurance that my thoughts are anywhere near correct, for I have had NO vision, or anything similar (I never have had one, btw.). I did get LOTS of "warm-fuzzies and tingles" though, when I made certain associations in my mind. (could be indigestion?, LOL).

What about Michael?

Within the whole bible, the phrase "who is like (God) (or who is like thee, o LORD)" is used by only three persons. The first one is Moses, in the song of the children (Ex 15, v11) The second one is DAVID, THREE TIMES. (Psa 35:10, 71:19, and 113:5). The third is THE LORD Himself, in Jeremiah 49:19 and 50:44. It is these latter passages in Jeremiah that cinched it for me. Go read these in Jeremiah, and let me know what you think!!! Note the Shepherd!! The first instance (Moses) is negated BECAUSE Moses did not complete his flesh life before God took him. Moses has some unfinished flesh work to do, as we well know.

You know something else? The Man of GOD, (GABRIEL) sure looks a LOT like Elijah to me. In Fact, "man of God" is what most everybody called Elijah!!

I have another problem I am studying. I have some REALLY weird candidates for the second prince, that of the Kenites. There are perhaps too many to pin down. BUT--I am leaning toward one who is in the flesh now, and is quite familiar to us all. I really feel that maybe this is too much knowledge for me to be trusted with right now. Let’s all pray about it. If we are to know, Father's Word will prove it!!!

Thank Yashua





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