Supernatural Writing Contest!
Will we share our most powerful stories together on the Steem blockchain because this is our greatest chance to make a huge difference in this world?
Supernatural Writing Contest!
What I would love to see stories about are supernatural events in our lives because these have made a huge difference in my own life. The courage of the speakers I've listened to that have shared amazing stories of things like near-death experiences, miraculous recoveries, remembering heaven or past lives, these stories have made a fantastic difference in my life today, to have a life full of peace, happiness and joy.
When we share these stories on the Steem blockchain, we can expect them to bring in many new users over time as readers discover the stories by searching on Google and through recommendations on social media. For authors hesistant to share stories like this either out of fear of what readers will think or fear of not getting any rewards, I hope this writing contest will help overcome those fears!
First, I will explain how the contest works, and then I will explain more about how and why I think this is bringing the maximum power of the Steem blockchain into our lives. If you would like to just skip reading this post and participate in the contest, please read the executive summary below.
In order to participate in this "Supernatural Writing Contest" you need to have an account on Steemit.com. The story has to be original and your own with 1,000+ words. All stories that qualify will receive a 10+ STEEM/SBD bid upvote on Jerry Banfield's bot, which translates into around $50 in rewards. This contest is sponsored by the @budgets account and upvotes will be sent by @gmichelbkk.
- Original story.
- Your own story, own supernatural experience.
- First tag "jerrybanfield"
- Use (SWC) at the end of your title, if it is not obvious the post is for the contest.
- 1,000+ words.
- Near Death Experiences
- Past Lives
- Spiritual Awakenings
- Miraculous Recoveries
- Moments of Magnificence
- $5,000+ in USD equivalent of upvote bids are available allowing hundreds of authors to participate!
- Best stories resteemed on @jerrybanfield's blog.
- All SBD author rewards from this post will be sent back to @budgets to fund the contest!
If you do not wish to receive an upvote, but still want to participate in the contest, type "Decline payout" at the end of your post.
I encourage you now to read the full post or to watch the video at the end of it.
What does the contest involve and how to participate?
In order to participate in the contest, we need an account on Steemit.com for the Steem blockchain.
This is my account at https://steemit.com/@jerrybanfield.
My primary purpose on Steem is to do and support this kind of work and service, this is why I'm here on Steem.
If we don't have an account for Steemit, we can go up to the upper right of the site and sign up to get an account, and then hopefully you will receive an email confirmation with the account soon. If not, there are alternatives to create accounts through different methods. That is what worked for me and should work for you.
Now, once we have an account on Steemit.com, then it’s just a matter of clicking this "Post" button and writing a post.
In order to help me find your post, would you please include the tag "jerrybanfield" because that will help me be able to read it?
I browse posts just by my tag here, so this will help me see the most upvoted posts first, and then I can go down to the bottom.
This will help me find your post.
Also, in order to get found, would you please include somewhere about the "Supernatural Writing Contest," because this will help us see that this is a part of it?
Now, the title itself might indicate that, but if the title itself is difficult to realize that it's what it might be a part of, you could just do it for short (SWC) for Supernatural Writing Contest or you could just put that at the end of it.
If you are writing something like, "My walk in the park," it might not be obvious that it is part of the Supernatural Writing Contest, so you could just throw (SWC) at the end of it.
Alternatively, if you could put something like, "My near-death experience," and you tag "jerrybanfield" on it, then that should be pretty obvious to me and to my friend Michel who is going to help with this contest that this is probably a story related to the Supernatural Writing Contest.
Now, what kind of stories are we looking for this?
This is key because we want to share the stories that have the most power to change, we want to share the stories that really open up people's hearts and lives as mine has been opened up.
Someone told me the other day that when I walk into a room, it is like the whole room lights up and there is warmth, love and joy there. That is because so many people have helped me by sharing their stories courageously and helped me awaken to a greater reality.
I consciously am aware of my own immortality today. I am consciously aware of my own divinity. I have had a ton of supernatural experiences in my life and I have been helped to remember those by hearing them from other people I trust, and that is why we are here to do this.
In that context, any story that communicates something like that is a welcome submission to the Supernatural Writing Contest.
Here are some specific types of stories that might fit into this.
Stories like "Near Death Experiences."
These stories are some of the best that have helped me.
The book "Proof of Heaven" was an incredible account of a near-death experience by a neurosurgeon who was certain that consciousness was relegated to the brain and upon having his own near-death experience he had to change his view on that.
According to all of his scientific knowledge of the brain and his own experience, he had to conclude that his consciousness is something that while in the body is also able to go out of the body.
He had memories come from outside of his body that were not possible to have been produced by the brain. He had memories that he woke up with that there is no way they were simply created by the brain because he was brain-dead according to all the science.
He woke up with a ton of new memories and he shares his journey about it in "Proof of Heaven."
I love near death experiences stories and I want to read more and more of them.
Stories like "Past Lives" or "Remembering Past Lives."
I'm reading an amazing book about this now by Wayne Dyer who collected thousands of these stories together and put them all into one book. I may go through some of the books later.
I would love to hear more about "Past Lives."
I remember when I was a little boy, my parents used to show me how to spell my name, "Jerry Banfield," on a chalkboard, and then they'd say, “What is your name?” and I would say, "Bob Behome. That's my name."
Now, as a child, why would I say that?
Why would I say my name is something else when here I can spell it on the chalkboard? And yet, I felt that was my real name, "Bob Behome," not whatever my parents were calling me.
I've read amazing past life stories in this book by Wayne Dyer. I'm getting much deeper into this. At the same time, past lives are not to obscure the present life, which is primary. However, past lives help us see there is much more than birth and death to our existence, which helps give us the courage to do our most valuable work today.
I would love to see stories about near-death experiences and past lives, but there are also lots of just more ordinary things like "Spiritual Awakenings."
We don't need to have some fancy near-death experiences or past lives recollections.
I would love to see spiritual wakings.
I was doing a Buddhist meditation on death. One of the things I had feared up until that point was my wife dying. I sat there in the shower, stood there and I thought about nothing else. I contemplated my body's death, my wife's body's death, my child's body's death. I pictured us very clearly being rolled into the burner, the cremation unit and burned up and our bodies were gone, I cried and cried, and I kept thinking about it.
I pictured the dead lifeless bodies, the burning and the grief, and I thought about it over, and I kept thinking about it. My mind begged, "No. Stop," but I kept thinking about it over and over.
I did the meditation as was suggested in the book.
Then, a miraculous thing happened in my brain, all of the mental agony and suffering broke. There was just complete peace and silence, no more complaining about death as nature of life, no more fear of death, and I got almost a vision from the end of life looking down now.
The fact is I'm in the shower alive. The fact is I have all of life around me and it suddenly became ridiculous, hilarious and I went from crying and sobbing, "Poor me. Oh, I'm going to die," to laughing and having pure joy. It was as if I was in the shower for the first time.
The water was coming down on me and I made a video sharing this experience right after it happened on my YouTube channel. I think it was in January or so 2015.
I love hearing things like that because when we see the different ways that happen for each of us, it helps us to remember often we forget these things have happened to us before and we have forgotten them, and reading other people's journeys with this help.
Then we have "Miraculous Recoveries."
I've read several of these stories already on Steem that I've loved.
There is an amazing book for this called Dying to Be Me: My Journey from Cancer, to Near Death, to True Healing
The author had the very end stages of cancer, had a near-death experience, came back into her body and her cancer all vanished rapidly, and now she knew she didn't even need any of the doctors to help her cancer go away. She let them continue going on with things and running all their tests so that they could very clearly and medically document what happened.
Her story has spread all over the world now in her book Dying to Be Me: My Journey from Cancer, to Near Death, to True Healing She had very end stage cancer with a completely unexplainable miraculous recovery, no reason according to the science she should have lived.
I've read about one of these stories on Steem already and I put it in the top 25 posts.
A guy that had colon cancer went through all these treatments from a doctor. The doctor basically said, “Death sentence,” and he said, "You know what? I'm going to go home and look up and learn some other ways to do this, then I might live."
He went home and started homesteading. He built a garden and started raising his own chickens. He built up this amazing garden at home and he had a miraculous recovery, no more cancer or relapses into cancer.
I love stories like this because they show us there is another way. We have opportunities in our lives when the most challenging things like cancer comes up, and we don't have to go do anything. We have choices, there are a lot of different methods that can work for us to be relieved from all kinds of diseases.
In fact, we could argue many of our diseases are even here to help us wake up and live a better life. I identify myself as an alcoholic, I go to Alcoholics Anonymous every day to try to be there and support other people who are often drinking themselves to death, as I was about four years ago, and this is a huge part of doing spiritual work every day.
That is a huge part of a miraculous recovery where everything else I tried before to modify my drinking behavior if anything simply made it worse. After periods of brief sobriety, I would drink harder than ever before.
So, miraculous recoveries can include things like addictions. I can even put that in the context of my porn addiction before. I didn't try to get better from it. I all of a sudden just stopped after just looking at it and seeing it. Even today, if I happen to see a movie like on Steem where there are people naked having sex, it doesn't relapse me right back into having to go watch porn, and then take some time for myself to do something about the porn.
I might as well have just said the word "masturbate" after I just worked my way around it that much.
Miraculous recoveries could be things like addictions or relationships where a relationship was on the brink of divorce or anything like that.
Another thing that's really good is "Coincidences."
Amazing and incredible coincidences that seem to just happen at the right time. I love seeing these amazing coincidences because then we see that there is this divine timing that happens in everything.
We often get in a hurry for things like, “I want to make more money or have a better job or move into a better house or get a partner,” and there is some kind of divine timing that organizes all of this, and what we see often are these little coincidences that help us notice it.
One day, for example, I was walking in public doing some grocery shopping and I had this weird sensation, what you might call it, weird because normal is just focusing on what I'm doing and what I need.
I had this sensation, this realization, and I could suddenly see that everyone else at the store was doing the same thing. Everyone was there at the exact right time. Everyone else was there for an exact right reason. Everyone else was exactly where they were supposed to be at the time and it seemed like a divine dance we were doing, pushing our carts around and picking our food up, and it seemed so organized.
There was no chaos. It seemed in perfect sync. Every person doing the exact right thing at the exact right time, and I can throw that into "Coincidences."
Another thing that can just be along with coincidences, maybe little "Moments of Magnificence."
God moments, you might call these.
One of them, my wife and I were taking our daughter out to dinner and we were meeting our family.
I have a master’s degree in criminology. I've been a corrections officer working in prison. I've been a police officer working in a mental health unit and I've been a state certified law enforcement officer working on the road. I've seen lots of crime and violence. I've seen lots of what we might call criminals, even though there are people just like us.
In that context, one day my wife and I were taking our daughter out to dinner. We saw a man walking down the street who based on body language appeared to be looking for some violence. He looked over at us briefly.
We had a brand new car at the time and he crossed the street. My wife and I both had this feeling at the exact same moment that he had decided to come carjack us and he looked like he was trying to be discreet about it.
But at the same time, he walked past our car on the other side of the street, and then he crossed over and was making his way so that essentially when he finished crossing the street he'd be very close to me and the driver's side door. It was a good position to carjack from pretty much a stereotypical walking path you'd take to come carjack someone.
I'm not sure if my daughter who was about a year old at the time cried right then. I'm not sure what happened. It was as if he got struck by a spiritual lightning. He was literally in the middle of the road, he stopped half-step and turned around, and walked the other way.
My wife and I both saw that and we were both blown away because I think in all our collective minds we had all felt that violence coming. He was coming for us and he felt that we all were thinking the same thing and all of a sudden it just stopped. He just turned mid and started walking back across the street.
Now, of course, there is room for criticism in every single story, and we likely may face some criticism in our stories.
I'm sure you could go pick apart my story. "Well, you don't know that he was going to carjack you. He was just walking across the street. That's BS."
Sure, you can say that and anyone is welcome to comment on our stories.
The fact is, I was there for it. My wife was there for it. We experienced it exactly as I described it and it felt like an absolute miracle that we did not get carjacked right at that moment.
There are a bunch of other little stories like that in my life.
These little moments of magnificence where you just get the feeling that everything happens for a reason, and that those of us who are totally disconnected from the collective, and we don't see any of these God moments in our lives or we shuffle them under the carpet, we often may not even realize how we are redirected.
For example, the man coming to carjack us might have suddenly remembered something out of nowhere, or he might have heard the baby cry and realized he wasn't up for carjacking a man and his wife with a baby.
Maybe the baby cried at exactly the right time before the man had gotten there and pulled his gun out and committed to carjacking. Maybe if the baby had cried 10-30 seconds later it might have been too late, and he'd already have gotten started and would have gone through with it.
These stories are so powerful to me because I've heard a bunch of stories like this from other people, and now I'm consciously aware of them happening in my life.
These things are just ideas and I trust your judgment in sharing anything that feels right.
If you feel like it fits in with this Supernatural Writing Contest or SWC, I trust your judgment on it because I don't know, this is just a little bit of guidance.
Here's something else: "Ghosts/haunting."
Anything like that, or you could do "UFOs and Abductions."
You can write about any of that stuff, any of these things that are typically not mainstream, that are often laughed at, that you might be afraid to share with friends.
Get these stories up there.
I have my own ghost haunting story:
I was drunk at five in the morning shortly before I went to AA, my father, grandfather and great-grandfather, who were all already dead at the time, popped their blue faces out of the wall and haunted me.
They simply stared at me at five in the morning. I screamed and cursed them out for an hour. My wife thought I was on some kind of drugs or hallucinogens.
I said, "No. I was just drunk."
I'd been drinking for probably 12 to 16 hours before that and it felt very real on both an internal experience and looking around. I saw them up on the wall and their faces moved around. They'd all three be on one wall and if I didn't want to look, I'd go look at the other wall, then one or two faces would move over there. I'd turn around and the other face would be there.
They haunted me and it was terrifying to be seen when I thought I was drinking by myself inside my bedroom at five in the morning. It was terrifying to be watched by my ancestors and that helped me wake up to see that you are not doing this by yourself. You are part of something bigger and the people who love you are always with you and watching, even when they have passed on. These kinds of things make a huge difference in my life.
Now, after explaining the topics, one last little thing.
I would prefer the stories to be a thousand plus words because many of these stories require context.
Simply saying, "Well, I had the gun to my head one night and I didn't do it!" might be helpful, but at the same time, without all the context to it, without the background, it can be a bit difficult to feel or to relate to it.
Also, longer stories tend to rank better in Google organic search. Longer stories tend to engage readers more. Longer stories tend to be more shareable on social media because if someone really likes one part of the story, they will just copy that one part out, share that on Facebook maybe and put a link to the full story.
The purpose of this is to build the Steem blockchain full of powerful spiritual stories that people share, stories that people love and will read for 5, 10, 15, 20 years.
Getting these stories on the Steem blockchain gives us a place where we are not looking at being censored. When we get these posts on the Steem blockchain, then we have the opportunity to not worry about what people think essentially.
We share our truth out there, and then regardless of what anyone thinks, the story will stay on the Steem blockchain.
That is why I'm so excited about Steem because Steem is perfect for things like this, for our stories like this that we might be afraid to share on Facebook or on our blog. We can put them on the Steem blockchain if we want to under an anonymous name, and then we have the stories up there forever or indefinitely at least, forever is a long time.
Now, in my opinion, this is the true potential of Steem, to put our most powerful stories up in a place where they will not be censored, a place where then collectively the weight of all these stories will attract an unbelievable number of users to the Steem blockchain.
It will have something that's truly worth reading, something that provides an emotional connection wherever we are at in the world.
The purpose of this account is to support projects that grow Steem. This project is like planting tons of seeds in fertile soil in a field, and then with all the love and support already on the Steem blockchain, watering and growing those plants into an incredible harvest of new users and readers on Steem.
These new people will see that Steem is truly something miraculous and not just some technology created by a couple of guys, but a platform that is here to make a divine difference in the world.
This is my angle.
This is why I'm on Steem.
There are lots of ways to make money and there are lots of ways to get followers. I'm on Steem to bring that divine gift into fruition, to make a place where we can all share our stories courageously and even earn a little bit for it.
Also, all of these stories need to be our own stories, not stories that we have taken from somewhere else, but they should be our own stories often that we have never shared before.
What I'm offering to the stories that meet this writing contest requirements is a ten plus Steem Backed Dollar (SBD) bid through voting bots.
A bid through a voting bot will vote a post up to 20+ SBD in rewards, which in today's money is $57 with 1 SBD having a value of $5.74.
My friend Michel at @gmichelbkk will also go through and double-check to make sure the stories aren't copied from somewhere else online. Every story that meets these criteria successfully, up to the first hundred plus stories for sure, and then probably a lot more than that.
Right now I have enough to pay out for at least 140 of these stories, $57 in rewards minimum each.
Now, if I get blown away by one of these stories, I may put more than that in there because likely most of the stories will be good and a few of the stories will absolutely sweep me off my feet and stick with me.
What I've noticed is that these stories are so powerful that they tend to stick with us for a long time. The stories I've read and listened to from other people have stuck with me and helped me through all kinds of things in my life.
I really selfishly want more of these stories for my own life because that's what makes living this life amazing.
The posts that are tagged as "jerrybanfield" and identified with "Supernatural Writing Contest" or "SWC" and which are original will then be ready to get the 10+ SBD bot upvote, which should turn into at least $20, and with that upvote, it should help have the chance to get on the trending page on Steem as well.
We want to share our stories with other people and when we write and share them, and get them upvoted, there is a good chance for others of us to see them.
Now, my hope with this is not to simply use the rewards to compensate the effort, but to help us get through that mental block like, "Well, this isn't worth my time. Who cares?"
This is ready for essentially a guaranteed reward out of this effort. A lot of our minds, we are stuck in these rationalizations, we might not even be willing to do it if there is not essentially something in it for us.
Now, you are welcome, if you don't want any of the upvotes. You can just say, “Decline payout,” or “No need to upvote,” or whatever.
You are welcome if you don't want to get any rewards. I know some of us feel that if we are doing things for money, then it gets confusing.
This is optional, a vote will be sent by default unless you say, "Please don't use any rewards on this," or whatever. Then that's fine, we will avoid sending any upvotes for that.
My goal with this is to produce over time thousands of incredible stories on the Steem blockchain to go along with the incredible stories that are already on the Steem blockchain. It is also to help us see the necessity to share these kinds of stories in a world that values rational thought devoid of often spiritual or some of us would say religious thinking.
Now, there is no need to believe in anything with these like I don't need to believe in God when I experience God. It's like driving, I don't need to believe in driving when I drive. I don't need to believe in driving when I see other cars on the road driving.
That is what we are going for with this "Supernatural Writing Contest," to wake up to our true nature.
I am grateful today I live what feels like a supernatural life conscious of my own immortality, conscious that if this body gets hit and run over on the road by a truck, I very likely will then get some time in heaven followed by the decision to come back into another body in this life, before as I did already to get to this point.
I live with the conscious awareness that I chose my parents based on remembering that from hearing other people, especially children say this.
Instead of thinking I'm the victim of my parents having sex, I watched my parents. I watched their lives. I decided to join my parents. I decided to be my mother and father's son. I chose to be exactly where I'm at today and I have a choice of where I want to be at for all the rest of eternity.
An awakened life today is beautiful to live and yet at the same time, this is nothing extraordinary. Although I have called this "Supernatural Writing Contest," this is most ordinary.
Every single human being is divine and amazing.
Every human being possesses all of those same characteristics that I hold most dear.
A soul, the many lives, the choice to be here right now.
In fact, on the deepest level, I feel that we are all one.
I am you.
You are me.
I'm simply talking to myself.
It's easy for me to do these videos because talking to everyone else is the same as talking to myself.
An immortal being is not subject to the constraints of time or space.
I have time to live my life and your life at the same time.
I'm literally talking and listening at the same time.
Anything I listen to is, but one version of me talking to a different version of me.
All of us, everything is completely one.
On the deepest sense I am one with God, I have created this whole universe for myself.
Everything in it is filled with me.
There is nothing that's not me.
The murderers in prison, that's me!
The CEO in the office, the president, that's me!
The dogs on the street, that's me!
The plants, the food, it's all me!
Reading the Bible, that's what Jesus had to say that this is all me, we are all me, we are all one, and these stories help us get back to that truth that we have an amazing life together today.
Our purpose in life is to remember we came here essentially on an assignment. We chose to come on this assignment and perhaps we have forgotten a lot of the details.
That's why I love movies like "Total Recall." I loved series like "Battlestar Galactica."
The waking up effect where we suddenly remember there's a lot more to us than we realize that we have forgotten almost all of eternity, and yet I have proof I'm here in the middle of it.
All I know is life.
All I see is life.
Everything is life.
There is life before life.
There is life after life.
There is nothing to be afraid of.
The only way fear comes up is when I try to create my own little universe by myself, and that's fine because any time I reach out for God, I'm taken out of it.
What more could we possibly ask for, but an eternity in love?
This is my vision, not just for this particular writing contest.
This is why I'm here on Steem to help us to collaborate together on building a blockchain that is a miracle for the rest of the world, that empowers each of us to share our most powerful stories.
Now sure, I do a lot of tutorials and things like that and they can be helpful, but these near death, past lives, spiritual awakenings, these are the things that alter our perception of reality significantly, that allows us to be free from the majority of misery and suffering in the world and willing to look at it and help.
I don't seek to just have a life full of pleasure for myself and forget about everyone else. I seek to look at the suffering in the world, lend a hand and say, "Hey, if you want a way out there's a way out," as so many people have done with me.
When I came to Alcoholics Anonymous, drinking myself to death, on the brink of suicide again, I was met by strangers who all put their hands out for me, who said, "We love you," and who showed me the way out.
I seek to show the way out today for anyone regardless of whether you have a drinking problem, anyone anywhere in the world, and this is a purpose we are joined together on, there is a whole lot of us working on this exact same purpose.
Thank you very much for learning about this "Supernatural Writing Contest" with me. I'm grateful today that you have made it all the way to the end of this post and I plan to just keep this running indefinitely on the "jerrybanfield" tag.
If you use the "jerrybanfield" tag, make sure somehow we know the "Supernatural Writing Contest" is on there.
Finally, one note in the details of how this will work.
I have a friend, Michel Gerard, and we collaborate together. We have different strengths and weaknesses and @gmichelbkk has agreed to help me with this contest because I simply am not able to read and validate every single thing myself, especially when this contest goes well and there are perhaps hundreds of stories.
Essentially Michel will read through these stories first, which I hope will be very helpful for him. Michel will help double-check that the stories are authentic because some of us instead of sharing our own truths, just find, copy and paste someone else's. He will help validate the stories, and then he will send the initial upvotes.
Michel will send the 10+ SBD bid upvote through my bot for every one of these stories that he accepts, and then I will go through and read the ones Michel has already upvoted.
I will start in the order of these that are most popular based on the upvotes, and then I will read down. You can see this is much easier for me to do than with my very limited time available and this will help me to read the best of the stories first, and then the more time I have that particular day, I will go farther and farther down.
Michel has come to me through what just looks like a divine connection. Michel was a student in one of my courses on Udemy and he has fantastically helped me throughout the last several years, through every iteration of my business, and I love working with him.
Michel has probably helped put half the posts I have got on Steem with his editing and research, and I'm extremely grateful to collaborate with him.
What I hope in sharing these kinds of stories is to help more of us to establish those divine connections because just doing tutorials and showing people how to do things, that's nice, but in sharing our most powerful stories, this helps us make lifelong friends and connections, it helps us see that we are on the same page.
We are working together for the same reasons and I hope this will be fantastically helpful for Michel to read through all of these stories as well, and then to help me read through them.
Essentially, Michel will help me decide what order to read through them in and I hope I can get through every single story myself. Then, if I am blown away by one story, I may send some more upvotes myself.
I also trust Michel to send a bigger bid on it if he's blown away by a story.
That's how the details of the actual bids will work: I will send Michel the money to do for the contest and @gmichelbkk will send out the actual bids for the contest to get the upvotes, and I will go through and read these stories.
If you'd like to read these stories, they will be on Steemit, and I will be resteeming them as well. On my Steem profile, when I resteem a story, it goes out to my e-mail list and on all my social media accounts.
It also goes out to all my followers on Steem, which is twenty-six and a half thousand followers almost.
What I will be doing is reading through these stories and resteeming some of them.
What I hope to do is to have amazing stories to consistently resteem on my profile. That way, when you are following my blog, you will also get some incredible stories from this contest.
When you go through my blog, instead of just seeing tutorials, self-promotional posts and videos on Steem, and my music, which I think that's been another divinely guided thing, instead of seeing just my posts, you will also see the very best posts, the posts that I've loved from this contest.
Thank you very much for getting through this very long post. I've explained this in detail because for me it often helps to at least have the option to go way into detail.
How things are happening? Why they're happening? The whole purpose. Exactly how it works.
I value transparency a lot and I hope this is useful for you.
I love you.
You are awesome.
Thank you for reading this blog post, which was originally filmed as the video below.
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