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This week Conspiracy Journal takes a look at such Yule-Time tales as:

- General Patton Was Assassinated Claims New Book -
- GOP IT Expert Dies in Mysterious Plane Crash -
- UFO cult's "World Orgasm Day" Orgy Cancelled Due to Threats -
- Christmas Tales of Mystery and Imagination -
AND: Weird Hairy Females Seduce Hot-Blooded Caucasian Men

All these exciting stories and MORE in this week's issue of

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In This Incredible Issue:


America’s Oldest Mystery: Rhode island’s Newport Tower - Newport, RI, has long been famous as the summer playground for the fabulously wealthy. But nestled amongst the luxurious mansions and the private yachts is a mysterious stone tower whose history has baffled historians for centuries. It is believed to be the oldest stone structure in America, though no  one can say precisely when it was built.
Was there a Golden Age? Historical Proof for the Garden of Eden -
Almost all of the ancient cultures of Europe, the Middle East, and Asia have myths which speak of an earlier time when life was easier and humans lived in harmony with nature and each other.  Most historians believe that these myths are little more than fairy tales, perhaps the result of our need to idealize the past. However, there is now evidence that suggests that these myths may contain a kernel of historical truth, a kind of distant folk memory of an actual historical era.
The Higgs Boson and the Large Hadron Collider: Seeking the God Particle - Tucked away in a sleepy Swiss  village lies the Center for Nuclear Experimentation and Research, the site of the recently completed Large Hadron Collider (LHC), the world’s largest particle collider and perhaps the most complex machine ever built. The principle goal of the LHC is to reveal the so-called god particle: the Higgs Boson, which is about 120 times more massive than a proton, and gives mass to all other particles as they emerge from the primordial quantum field.

The Parapsychology Revolution: An Interview with Dr. Robert Schoch -
A geologist and paleontologist by profession, Dr. Schoch has studied some of the greatest ancient monuments around the world including the Great Pyramids, the Sphinx,and the underwater structures near Yonaguni Island, Japan. He has also written several bestselling books, including his most recent, The Parapsychology Revolution.

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General Patton Was Assassinated Claims New Book

The newly unearthed diaries of a colourful assassin for the wartime Office of Strategic Services (OSS), the forerunner of the CIA, reveal that American spy chiefs wanted Patton dead because he was threatening to expose allied collusion with the Russians that cost American lives.

The death of General Patton in December 1945, is one of the enduring mysteries of the war era. Although he had suffered serious injuries in a car crash in Manheim, he was thought to be recovering and was on the verge of flying home.

But after a decade-long investigation, military historian Robert Wilcox claims that OSS head General "Wild Bill" Donovan ordered a highly decorated marksman called Douglas Bazata to silence Patton, who gloried in the nickname "Old Blood and Guts".

His book, "Target Patton", contains interviews with Mr Bazata, who died in 1999, and extracts from his diaries, detailing how he staged the car crash by getting a troop truck to plough into Patton's Cadillac and then shot the general with a low-velocity projectile, which broke his neck while his fellow passengers escaped without a scratch.

Mr Bazata also suggested that when Patton began to recover from his injuries, US officials turned a blind eye as agents of the NKVD, the forerunner of the KGB, poisoned the general.

Mr Wilcox told The Sunday Telegraph that when he spoke to Mr Bazata: "He was struggling with himself, all these killings he had done. He confessed to me that he had caused the accident, that he was ordered to do so by Wild Bill Donovan.

"Donovan told him: 'We've got a terrible situation with this great patriot, he's out of control and we must save him from himself and from ruining everything the allies have done.' I believe Douglas Bazata. He's a sterling guy."

Mr Bazata led an extraordinary life. He was a member of the Jedburghs, the elite unit who parachuted into France to help organise the Resistance in the run up to D-Day in 1944. He earned four purple hearts, a Distinguished Service Cross and the French Croix de Guerre three times over for his efforts.

After the war he became a celebrated artist who enjoyed the patronage of Princess Grace of Monaco and the Duke and Duchess of Windsor.

He was friends with Salvador Dali, who painted a portrait of Bazata as Don Quixote.

He ended his career as an aide to President Ronald Reagan's Navy Secretary John Lehman, a member of the 9/11 Commission and adviser to John McCain's presidential campaign.

Mr Wilcox also tracked down and interviewed Stephen Skubik, an officer in the Counter-Intelligence Corps of the US Army, who said he learnt that Patton was on Stalin's death list. Skubik repeatedly alerted Donovan, who simply had him sent back to the US.

"You have two strong witnesses here," Mr Wilcox said. "The evidence is that the Russians finished the job."

The scenario sounds far fetched but Mr Wilcox has assembled a compelling case that US officials had something to hide. At least five documents relating to the car accident have been removed from US archives.

The driver of the truck was whisked away to London before he could be questioned and no autopsy was performed on Patton's body.

With the help of a Cadillac expert from Detroit, Mr Wilcox has proved that the car on display in the Patton museum at Fort Knox is not the one Patton was driving.

"That is a cover-up," Mr Wilcox said.

George Patton, a dynamic controversialist who wore pearl handled revolvers on each hip and was the subject of an Oscar winning film starring George C. Scott, commanded the US 3rd Army, which cut a swathe through France after D-Day.

But his ambition to get to Berlin before Soviet forces was thwarted by supreme allied commander Dwight D. Eisenhower, who gave Patton's petrol supplies to the more cautious British General Bernard Montgomery.

Patton, who distrusted the Russians, believed Eisenhower wrongly prevented him closing the so-called Falaise Gap in the autumn of 1944, allowing hundreds of thousands of German troops to escape to fight again,. This led to the deaths of thousands of Americans during their winter counter-offensive that became known as the Battle of the Bulge.

In order to placate Stalin, the 3rd Army was also ordered to a halt as it reached the German border and was prevented from seizing either Berlin or Prague, moves that could have prevented Soviet domination of Eastern Europe after the war.

Mr Wilcox told The Sunday Telegraph: "Patton was going to resign from the Army. He wanted to go to war with the Russians. The administration thought he was nuts.

"He also knew secrets of the war which would have ruined careers.

I don't think Dwight Eisenhower would ever have been elected president if Patton had lived to say the things he wanted to say." Mr Wilcox added: "I think there's enough evidence here that if I were to go to a grand jury I could probably get an indictment, but perhaps not a conviction."

Charles Province, President of the George S. Patton Historical Society, said he hopes the book will lead to definitive proof of the plot being uncovered. He said: "There were a lot of people who were pretty damn glad that Patton died. He was going to really open the door on a lot of things that they screwed up over there."
Source: The Telegraph (UK)


GOP IT Expert Dies in Mysterious Plane Crash

A top level Republican IT consultant who was set to testify in a case alleging GOP election tampering in Ohio died in a plane crash Friday night, Dec. 18.

Michael Connell -- founder of Ohio-based New Media Communications, which created campaign Web sites for George W. Bush and John McCain -- died instantly after his single-prop, private aircraft smashed into a vacant home in suburban Lake Township, Ohio.

"The plane was attempting to land around 6 p.m. Friday at Akron-Canton Airport when it crashed about three miles short of the runway," reports the Akron Beacon Journal.

The interest in Mike Connell stems from his association with a firm called GovTech, which he had spun off from his own New Media Communications under his wife Heather Connell’s name. GovTech was hired by Ohio Secretary of State Kenneth Blackwell to set up an official election website at to presented the 2004 presidential returns as they came in.

Connell is a long-time GOP operative, whose New Media Communications provided web services for the Bush-Cheney ’04 campaign, the US Chamber of Commerce, the Republican National Committee and many Republican candidates. This in itself might have raised questions about his involvement in creating Ohio’s official state election website.

However, the alternative media group ePlubibus Media further discovered in November 2006 that was hosted on the servers of a company in Chattanooga, TN called SmarTech, which also provided hosting for a long list of Republican Internet domains.

“Since early this decade, top Internet ‘gurus’ in Ohio have been coordinating web services with their GOP counterparts in Chattanooga, wiring up a major hub that in 2004, first served as a conduit for Ohio's live election night results,” researchers at ePluribus Media wrote.

A few months after this revelation, when a scandal erupted surrounding the firing of US Attorneys for reasons of White House policy, other researchers found that the gwb43 domain used by members of the White House staff to evade freedom of information laws by sending emails outside of official White House channels was hosted on those same SmarTech servers.

Given that the Bush White House used SmarTech servers to send and receive email, the use of one of those servers in tabulating Ohio’s election returns has raised eyebrows. Ohio gave Bush the decisive margin in the Electoral College to secure his reelection in 2004.

IT expert Stephen Spoonamore says the SmartTech server could have functioned as a routing point for malicious activity and remains a weakness in electronic voting tabulation.

"...I have reason to believe that the alternate accounts were used to communicate with US Attorneys involved in political prosecutions, like that of Don Siegelman," said RAW STORY's Investigative News Editor, Larisa Alexandrovna, on her personal blog Saturday morning. "This is what I have been working on to prove for over a year. In fact, it was through following the Siegelman-Rove trail that I found evidence leading to Connell. That is how I became aware of him. Mike was getting ready to talk. He was frightened.

"He has flown his private plane for years without incident. I know he was going to DC last night, but I don't know why. He apparently ran out of gas, something I find hard to believe. I am not saying that this was a hit nor am I resigned to this being simply an accident either. I am no expert on aviation and cannot provide an opinion on the matter. What I am saying, however, is that given the context, this event needs to be examined carefully."

"Mr. Connell has confided that he was being threatened, something that his attorneys also told the judge in the Ohio election fraud case," concluded Alexandrovna.

An FAA investigation into the causes of Connell's plane crash is underway, but no results are expected for several weeks.

Cleveland, Ohio's CBS affiliate, 19 Action News, has reported that Connell had been recently warned that his plane might be sabotaged. reporter Blake Renault reported Sunday evening that 45-year-old Republican operative and experienced pilot had been warned not to fly his plane in the days before the crash.

"Connell...was apparently told by a close friend not to fly his plane because his plane might be sabotaged," Renault said. "And twice in the last two months Connell, who is an experienced pilot, cancelled two flights because of suspicious problems with his plane."

Renault called Connell's death "untimely."

Connell was the subject of a lawsuit by Clifford Arnebeck, a lawyer who sued on behalf of 37 Ohio residents to block Bush's electoral college victory in 2004. Arnebeck had alleged Connell's involvement in a ploy to "flip" votes from then Democratic nominee Sen. John Kerry to then-President George W. Bush.

Connell was ordered to testify in the suit in October, and told a federal court that he had no involvement and knew of no plan to switch votes in Ohio in 2004.

Connell was the founder of Ohio-based New Media Communications, which created campaign Web sites for George W. Bush and John McCain.

Arnebeck warned the Justice Department that Connell's safety was in jeopardy earlier this year. In July, he wrote an email to Attorney General Michael Mukasey, requesting witness protection for the GOP operative, which was carbon copied to Democratic Congressmen John Conyers, Jr. (D-MI) and Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-OH), who were sympathetic to his 2004 lawsuit over Ohio's electoral votes.

"I have informed court chambers and am in the process of informing the Ohio Attorney General's and US Attorney's offices in Columbus for the purpose, among other things, of seeking protection for Mr. Connell and his family from this reported attempt to intimidate a witness," Arnebeck wrote. "Because of the serious engagement in this matter that began in 2000 of the Ohio Statehouse Press Corps, 60 Minutes, the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, C-Span and Jim VandeHei, and the public's right to know of gross attempts to subvert the rule of law, I am forwarding this information to them, as well."

Source: The Raw Story


Why I Want to Believe in Angels - and Thousands Do

I've never seen a real angel - a living, breathing being, with feathered wings - but I like the idea of them; the stories of their capacity for flight, these messengers between heaven and earth. The New Age angels seem less mysterious, and therefore less interesting - reduced, in reports of sightings, to the mundane, finding parking spaces and loitering around shopping malls - and so an altogether different species to the dark angels of death and Old Testament destruction.

Rather unfairly, angels of all descriptions have been deemed superstitious flim-flam by many serious contemporary commentators; but Susan Garrett, formerly of the Yale Divinity School, and currently professor at Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary, has just published a scholarly book that places a host of angels centre-stage in the fundamental questions of life (How did we get here? Where are we going? What does it all mean, anyway?). As a practising Christian, she does not claim to be neutral, but her comparison of biblical accounts of angels with medieval and modern testimonies is immensely thorough, though lacking in the magic of William Blake's vision of a tree filled with angels in Peckham Rye ("their bright wings covered the tree boughs like stars").

No Ordinary Angel (Yale University Press £18.99) - Garrett's title refers to her interpretation of Jesus as the best messenger from God - also reports the proliferation of angel sightings in the US since the 1990s; a phenomenon which she does not quite explain, though it is clear that as a nation, America tends to think that an angel is not just for Christmas.

According to a recent survey, 71 per cent of Americans believe in angels, though only 47 per cent in Darwin's theory of evolution. In other surveys, a third of Americans say that they have personally felt an angelic presence in their lives; a belief made manifest in even the briefest trawl through the internet, which reveals a modern ether, where angels proliferate, as if emerging through a gap in Jacob's ladder between heaven and earth.

 There are photographs of angels said to have been visible in the smoke clouds of the falling Twin Towers; stories of angelic voices warning of impending danger, invisible hands guiding the lost to safety, and winged warriors saving the innocent from muggers or rapists. You'll find websites advertising angel healers and angel therapists, angel fortune-telling cards and angel rejuvenation spray, angel earrings and angel crystal essences.

It is as if the world-wide web has reinvented medieval Angelology; conjuring up a multitude, like 14th-century scholars, who calculated that there were precisely 301,655,722 members of the celestial hierarchy (all of them classified into three strict divisions: the first choir, of Seraphim, Cherubim and Thrones; the second choir of Dominions, Virtues and Powers; and the third of Principalities, Archangels and Angels).

And in this, as other matters, where America has already gone, Britain follows; though of course, the 21st century angel craze has historical precedents here, too. There are several flourishing websites about an angel that guards the River Thames, including YouTube footage alongside 19th century etchings, and a photograph taken in London during the Blitz, which apparently shows an appearance by the Thames angel to firemen in November 1940. Rather disappointingly, the YouTube clips are just as blurry as the old photograph, though believers can see angel wings where others might only see a trick of the light.

 As it happens, latter day angels are generally depicted as creatures of light, beautifully golden like a vision of Botticelli's. But the Hebrew word for angel is "mal'akh", which originally meant the shadow side of God, though it came to be translated as messenger. Thus the Old Testament Angel of the Lord was an ominous, sombre spirit who went forth at night "and slew a hundred and eighty-five thousand in the camp of the Assyrians"; and, when God wanted to punish the Israelites, He sent forth an avenging angel, bringing pestilence and destruction; presumably not the sort of angel to ask for a parking space, but a being amply equipped to do battle with Richard Dawkins, or to scythe down the sons of Mammon on Wall Street and daughters of Babylon on Bond Street.

All of which might seem entirely fanciful; as irrelevant to the realities of these troubled times as the debased angels of New Age merchandising (those plastic figurines and china knick-knacks that are the equivalent of the medieval trade in rosaries and relics). Even so, our world still has space for angels within it, as Garrett implies - guardians against malignancy, vivid emblems of flight and freedom and liberation, reminders of otherness and magic, of the vast sky above us, even as the ground gives way beneath our feet.

Source: The First Post,opinion,why-i-want-to-believe-in-angels-and-thousands-do


UFO cult's "World Orgasm Day" Orgy Cancelled Due to Threats

The Israeli branch of the UFO centred movement known as the Raelians was planning something special to commemorate ‘World Orgasm Day’, a huge orgy in downtown Tel Aviv, the largest city in Israel. The event was going to attract at least 250 participants of all sexual orientations: Straight, bisexual, gay and lesbian and was meant to make a powerful and highly relevant statement in this most troubled part of the world: that it is far better to make love rather than war.  Sadly however the organisers have been forced to cancel this year’s event due to numerous violent threats made towards both the movement and the venue. The threats are believed to come from ultra-orthodox Jews who feel such celebrations violate the sanctity of the Holy Land and go against the morality of Judaism.

"The purpose of the event was to try and bring world peace through mass orgasm, this by experiencing consensual sex and natural, uninterrupted pleasure. It was important to make love without feeling guilty or shy," commented Kobi Drori, the head of the Raelians in Israel.
Drori also complained about the fact that nowadays the words war violence and murder are considered OK but not the words love and sex. "It should be the other way around. Several years ago an Iraqi boy whose limbs were amputated was shown on TV and everybody treated this as if it was okay, but when Janet Jackson exposed her breast during the Superbowl the American nation was appalled," continued Drori.

A very attractive 22 year old woman who identified herself as "Yael" was dissapointed that the orgy was called off. "Raelian belief makes sense, and I was looking forward to participate in this event in an uninhibited way, this is what we were created for, and the fanatics will not hold us back forever."
The Raelians are known for their liberal attitudes towards sexuality. They believe that mankind was created by aliens who arrived here thousands of years ago in UFOs. Despite their opposition to Biblical attitudes towards sex they see the Bible as a book that bears witness to ancient alien visitors, and place particular emphasis on the Book of Ezekiel, which they see as an ancient account of a UFO visitation.

Source: All News Web


Christmas Tales of Mystery and Imagination

Every now and then a query reaches me regarding a Horned Man, who is said to haunt the outskirts of Kirkby.

This Herne-like figure was first reported in the 1890s (but probably seen much earlier) around Clarke’s Farm, off Glover’s Brow, which is now Prescot Road, leading to Melling Mount.

The figure looked like a crouching man with deer-like antlers, and was usually seen in the winter months. Whenever this peculiar humanoid ‘maninal’ was chased, it always seemed to go to ground at Bank Brook, where dogs sent to track the horned entity would lose its scent.

At Christmas 1897, a 10-year-old girl named Elizabeth Johnson, was staying at her aunt’s cottage on Shevington’s Lane in Kirkby, when she overheard the cook and maidservant whispering about a recent sighting of the Horned Man.

On Boxing Day, Elizabeth rose early and left a tray of mince pies and some turkey in the snow for the unidentified creature, and minutes later, when she looked from her bedroom window, she saw the mysterious oddity creep across the snowfields to the silver tray, which it lifted up and made off with.

Elizabeth was scolded for losing the expensive tray, but the Horned Man returned it on the following morning, leaving it at the cottage gate. His nearby hoof marks were tracked as far as Bank Brook.

There have been many sightings of the horned hybrid over the years, especially in the 1970s, around the English Martyrs School playing field near Windermere Drive, and there was even a sighting of the weird unidentified ‘cryptid’ a few weeks back off Bank Lane.

If you have any information about this entity, please email me.

Almost every Christmas Eve, the ending of an old romance from some bygone time can be heard in the night’s icy stillness.

If you stand beneath a certain balcony on Canning Street around midnight on that date, you may hear lovers who have long turned to dust, bidding one another a tearful goodbye.

The voices have been heard by many people over the years, including myself.

‘I will love you forever,’ sobs a young female voice on the balcony. ‘Always?’ queries a broken male voice on the pavement. ‘Yes, forever,’ she answers and as she cries he faintly says, ‘Goodbye Sarah,’ then deadly silence.

Some have felt and heard the rush of a strange wind through that same house in the wee small hours – a phenomenon which signifies a spirit emotionally revisiting a place it found special when alive.

Not all seasonal manifestations are so quaint; some are downright evil.

One Yuletide entity – that of a hooded woman in black – is said to appear next to some unlucky train drivers entering or leaving the city during December and January. No one knows the identity of the terrifying ghost, but she has been seen as far as Birmingham. This chilling apparition only nods to respond.

One brave driver, pulling into Lime Street many years ago asked, ‘Are you an omen?’ and the hooded apparition gave a single nod. ‘Will someone I know die?’ he asked. There was no response. ‘Will I die?’ was the next question, and the Reaper-like woman nodded, then vanished. That month the driver demanded a medical check-up at his doctor’s and discovered he had a serious heart problem. He underwent open-heart surgery and thankfully survived.

The Spectral Dog of Soho

Paranormal author Elliot O' Donnell was a master at collating macabre and mysterious tales. In his fascinating book Casebook Of Ghosts (1969) he mentions several phantom dog apparitions said to have haunted the capital. One of the most intriguing of these ghosts involved a friend of the author who encountered an apparition at the old Motley Club, once located in Dean Street, Soho.

Just before the club was shut down, the witness, a man named Dickson, was at the premises when he observed a yellow dog of some size which confronted him on a staircase. Dickson, hoping to provoke no ferocity from the strange dog, threw it a biscuit, but the dog did not bat an eyelid at the scrumptious gift. It then slowly padded past Dickson and out of sight.

The next day Dickson once again frequented the stairwell, and was shocked once again to meet the yellow hound. Again, the man threw it a biscuit. Again, the cookie was ignored, and again the dog passed him. This time however Dickson kept his eyes trained on the animal, and was startled to see it vanish into thin air halfway down the stairs.

On the third visit, Dickson once again observed the creature, but this time he threw it a piece of meat, and once again the animal took no notice. Baffled by the dog, Dickson decided to prod the animal with his stick, but was amazed to see the cane pass through the animal which then faded from view.

Dickson was clearly fed up with the surreal deja-vu and visited the club no more but was told of other witnesses who'd seen the spectral dog.

Was the animal a mere ghost of a pet that once roamed the stairs as a happy pooch, or like many phantom hounds, did it loiter in some unbidden realm, forever to be misunderstood by those who saw it, until the Motley Club finally closed down, meaning that no human eye would ever again observe the yellow hound? – Try the Haunted Liverpool Ghostwalks.

Source: The Liverpool Echo


Weird Hairy Females Seduce Hot-Blooded Caucasian Men

A sensational incident took place in the Chegemsky Gorge of the Northern Caucasus. Researchers found evidence to prove the existence of Bigfoot in the area. Local residents say that Yeti females – people refer to these weird creatures as the Almasty – come into contact with humans and even attempted to have a sexual intercourse with local men.

People say that they have had quite a number of encounters with yeti in the area around the town of Elbrus.

“There are many deserted barns over there with boulders and woods around. They most often spot the Almasty there. They come to town from there,” local resident Adelgery Tilov said.

The settlement of Elbrus is entirely surrounded by woods and mountains. Each resident has seen the Bigfoot at least once in a lifetime. Moreover, local women know some men, who communicate with the Almasty, with their females, to be more precise.

“A yeti female looks like a gorilla, of course, but she can definitely temp a man,” one of the elders, Kazi Khajiyev said. “The Almasty can bewitch a man. They say that a man, whom a wild woman tries to seduce, sees not the hairy ape-like creature, but the woman that he wants to see. It is something like hypnosis,” the man said.

The locals try to avoid a sudden meeting with the yeti. They traditionally put some of their food and drinks outside every night after dinner to feed the wild creatures.

“A wild human being is a human being, that is why we try to get along with them. My grandfather used to tell me that the Almasty have always lived here. They increased their population after the Balkars deserted their villages. The Almasty took their homes, that’s why they let humans see them so often nowadays,” Adilgery Tilov said.

Adilgery says that fire is the ultimate attraction to the yeti. Most of the encounters occur when people sit by the fire.

“I had to go to a neighboring village one summer day. I was supposed to stay there for a night so I accommodated myself in a deserted barn. I made a fire near the barn and fell asleep. I opened my eyes very early in the morning and saw someone sitting by the fire. A female yeti was giving me a very thoughtful look. She was not tall, a bit more than one meter in height. She was black and her fur was all messy . I was scared to death, and was lying there still, thinking what she was going to do next. She stayed there for about ten more minutes, got up and vanished in the woods,” the man said.

“Wild man does not like to be bothered. If someone offends the Almasty, they may respond in the most terrible way. One summer day children were playing games in our village. A wild woman was sitting not very far from the kids, basking in the sun. One of the boys ran up to the woman and pulled her by the fur. She did not move, but gave the boy a fierce look. The boy died from a strange disease several days later,” Tilov said.

Many locals say that the Almasty can cast an evil spell on humans. Nafisat Boziyeva is one of those who suffered from such a curse.

“I knew the story from my early childhood, but it could never occur to me that the story was true. It happened before the revolution. One of our ancestors encountered a wild woman in the woods. They developed affection to each other, and he even brought her to the village as if she was his wife. It was obviously a shock for the villagers. Many women were openly laughing at the wild female, and so she cursed them. There were several women of our clan among the cursed. Many of our female descendants have never been able to have their own families since then. They become either unhappily married or spend the whole life alone,” the woman said.

Source: Pravda

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