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Everyone dreams of coming across a huge, dusty, leather-bound volume in a second-hand bookstore, with curling yellowed pages of browned script where someone has entered the secrets of power and enchantment painstakingly by hand. Interspected with the incantations and potion recipes are sketches of herbs, charts of colors, and above all, pages and pages of spells with assorted assured results.

It’s just that: a dream. Humanity’s tendency toward nostalgia and romance has created the myth of the grimoire. In today’s modern society, we assume that something new hasn’t been proven, and something old is outdated. We swing erratically from one extreme to the other, now demanding old proven spells, or wanting the latest book incorporating modern tools and easily available ingredients. It’s human nature, of course. It goes along with wanting immediate, tangible results of spellcasting.

The myth of the grimoire encompasses a few misconceptions about spellcrafting. First, a spell doesn’t have to be old in order to be valid. A spell’s validity matters to one person, and one person only, who in this case is you. Second a spell doesn’t have to be published I order to be valid, either. Spells in books exist for one reason only, and that’s to instruct and inspire you, the reader. By now you know that a spell is a set of symbolic actions, which trigger changes on an inner level. Words on the page aren’t what make the magick happen: you’re the essential ingredient, you and your emotions.

An existing spell does not have more validity than a spell you make up on your own. The only difference is that you might trust a spell in print more than a spell you develop, and that’s simply because you assume the author as more experience than you do. However you are not the author, and the components with which you have a stron connection are likely to be different. You probably live in a different climate, so the plants and terrain around you are different. Certain ingredients might not be available where you live. And above all else, the author is not you, and has different needs, intentions and desires.



Three Questions To Ask Before You Use Book Spells


There’s nothing wrong with using a spell that you find in a book. There are a few questions that you should ask yourself before you do so.

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Once you have applied these questions to your spells, do you feel comfort using that spell? Does it meet all the requirements of an Ethical spell? Will it effect your Karma or anyone else’s free will? If you have answered these questions, successful. Review the question close to you. Write them in your Book of Shadows and always use them as a guideline in your magickal workings.

  1. Is It Ethical?

What does this spell aim to do, and how? Does it comply with your own personal system of ethics? For example, there are lots of spellbooks out there telling you how to manipulate others, or to get revenge. However, they operate in a moral void. Just because a spell exists doesn’t mean it’s safe, or recommended.

  1. Does it Make Sense?

Take the time to sit down and read through the spell thoroughly. Don’t just look at the title, see that it’s for attracting money, and start picking up the ingredients. Never follow a spell blindly without thinking it through carefully. What does it ask you to do? What does it ask you to visualize? How does it ask you to raise energy? Now that you have a handle on how spells work, you can analyze spells and see where they fall apart or if they go nowhere.

  1. How Is It Put Together?

While it’s gratifying to authors to know that readers trust them, it’s more important for you to be able to understand how the author crafted the spell. Go through the spell step-by-step to figure out why the author chose the particular materials and actions. This will help you understand the deeper symbolism behind the spell, as well as sharpen your own spellcrafting skills.

If it all makes sense, flows well, and everything is fine, if you’re comfortable with the spell as it is, then cast it if you so desire. Keep good note though. Copy out the spell into your spell record sheet, making sure to write down where it came from and who the original author was.

Make The Spell Yours

If the spell appeals to you but you don’t like it as is, or if something in those three steps sets off a warning bell in your head, then use it as a template for your own spell. Instead of just reading the spell right from the book and performing it as is, why not use it as the asis for a spell of your own? It’s more creative, and you’ll have a better chance of capturing a way of addressing your own need and changing your life the way you want it to be changed.



Your Nine-Point Spell Checklist

spell%20list%20(Large)Alright, you have found your spell, your have went over the three major questions you should ask about the spell, you feel pretty comfortable with it. Right, your finished, time to cast! Not so fast, before you begin your spell, go over the spell checklist below,. After you have covered this list you should be good to go. Happy Spellcasting!

  1. Write down the kind of spell you are doing and for what purpose into your book of shadows or in a magick journal Write down what your intentions and expectations are for the spell or ritual.

  2. Write down the date, day of the week, and time you cast the spell.

  3. .Write down any significant corresponding astroligcal information such as sun sign, moon phase, and so forth.

  4. Father together all of the items you need, and set up your altar.

  5. Prepare you magickal space

  6. Invite helpful Divine energies,, Goddesses, Gods, power animals, elementals, guides and other allies into your circle.

  7. Cast the spell. Keep your note, Book of Shadows or where you got the spell hady.

Write down the results of your efforts. Remember with some spells and rituals, it may be necessary to wait awhile to enter this information.

  1. Write down any additional comments, suggestions, or personal observations.

Excerpts Taken from

Power Spellcraft for Life
The Art of Crafting and Casting For Positive Change
Author: Arin Murphy-Hiscock
The Witch & Wizard Training Guide
SIrona Knight



All the information that has been provided on this page is accurate. Witchcraft is a very serious Religion. What we know and what some do has not occurred overnight. We have had to study and commitment our lives to Witchcraft. This is what Witches and Witchcraft are really like. If nothing else, remember, the snapping of fingers or a nod of a head isn’t going to make Magick happen. Witchcraft is work but the rewards are bountiful.


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  1. I like this web site it’s a master piece! Glad I discovered this on google.

  2. Good guidance,thanks for this post

  3. i have never saw a web site for witches so well put together and so very,very,informative as this site is! it’s very inspiring being here at this blog.

    • Thank you for the lovely comment. I have visited your blog and I love it. The entire blog is beautiful. I loved the graphics and the articles. You have done a fabulous job with it. I put a link to your site on our link page. I also linked back to you on the Award. Thank you again for the award. I am very proud and honored to receive it.

      • thanks you so much for the compliment and putting a link to my blog in your blog!! you are very much welcome and deserving of the award! :-)

  4. hello, i have nominated you for The Very Inspiring Blogger Award!


    • Thank you so much, Morrighan. I am sorry it took so long to respond to your good news. But if you have been following the going-on’s around here, you know it has been hectic. I must say you have to be a mind reader, sweetie. I was admiring this award the other day on another site. I definitely appreciate you nominating me for it. It is an honor and a privilege to be recognized in such a way. Thank you again, Morrighan.

      • wow! i was doing the same thing then i got the award to and i had thought kitty was reading my mind to! :-)

  5. Tod Deskin

    Wiccan Magick is founded on the four elements… Fire, Air, Water and Earth. These four Elements correspond to the four instructions of our real world, the four quarters of the universe, the four winds, and above all the four quarters of the magic circle.

    • There are four elements that we always acknowledge. Like you mentioned, Fire, Air, Water and Earth. There is another one that is not so readily recognized, Spirit. As far as Wiccan Magick being found on the Four Element, I don’t think so. Magick is found within the individual. It is in all of us. Some of us just come to recognize that we possess it. Those that do, learn to control it, harness it and then use it to the benefit of mankind. We call the Four Elements to our circle to watch over us and aid us in our magick. Then we dismiss the Elements and thank them for Their presence and aid. Magick comes from within.

      • Jenna Borntreger

        Are there any earth spells? I can’t find any!

      • I thought I had put some on here. I am sorry, hun. What kind of Earth spells are you looking for? I have spells running out my ears. Let me know and I will put some on here for you. Thank you for calling this matter to my attention. Again I apologize for not having any Earth spells.
        Blessings to you & yours,
        Lady A

  6. My son was born 23 and is my Yule baby I claim. My Oak king. My missed day of the year. Lol I know I know. Every mother and there child. But, I have been enjoying lurking these boards, so busy, and just readying about Yule and how it relates to us all. And my son after my dark times. How he truly does mimick aspects and I lost in my busy mess off life looks down to see the son is born, sitting like a log, and the size of one! Hahaha then I remembered the spells I used as a kid to slow down time! I don’t know if anyone understands how truly powerful intent is, I believe it’s possible. Workered for a week, enough time to finish my job. People need to slooooowwwwww and enjoy. This is an interested year and the wheel begins! All so interesting if we could slow and see! Wow this turned out to be an essay. I’m in bed sickly sorry I just love all the posts and wanted say happy Yule and tell about my Yule tide joy lol BB

    • I have no idea how my comment ended up on “home” when I intended to leave it elsewhere lol that’s what I get for usin my phone. But yes I too love this site!

  7. moongazer

    this site is great thank you so much!i lost my spells in the fire a month back and ive been looking everywhere for new spells

  8. desurre'

    Love the site!

  9. http://newsfeed.time.com/2013/02/07/woman-burned-alive-for-witchcraft-in-papua-new-guinea/

    Unfortunately it’s still happening. A woman was burned alive in Papua New Guinea just this last week. Blessed be…

    • You are right about the witch burnings. The South Pacific islands are notorious for this type of behavior. Their culture still equates witches with Devil worship. It is sad to think that a wonderful and loving belief like witchcraft is thought of as evil in parts of the world today.

      • Riezen

        I dare say if it will ever get any better in some parts of the world. Not that it is that great in the USA, especially in the bible belt South where I reside, but we can all hope.

      • Greeting Riezen,
        It is good to hear from you. Where do you think we are located at? You got it, right in the middle of the old bible belt. I can say at first it wasn’t easy at all when people found out I was a witch. But it has got better. We have a lot of bad history to live down and it is up to us to show the world we are not like what they have been lead to believe. We are people just like everyone else and all we want to do is be accepted and co-exist. We have made great strides but we still have a long way to go. I know if you are by yourself and there are no other witches around it can be rough. Stand strong in your faith and show the world what we are really like. It is up to us to do so. I appreciate your comment. It is good to hear from others in the bible belt.
        May the Goddess Bless You and Watch Over You,
        Lady A

  10. I have seen other listings as well ladyoftheabyss. One of my cousins was also burned at the stake during the infamous witch hunts. Alas, I feel it is coming around again. Blessed be.

  11. I have nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award!


    • This comes as quite a surprise, hun. Thank you so much. I feel very honored that you considered me for this award. This is fantastic. I will post it tonight and link to you the way I am suppose. Thank you again for this wonderful award, Shannon.

      • You’re very welcome! You put so much helpful information on your page, so it’s well deserved!

  12. Eve

    I just can say Respect and thank you for sharing your knowledge and remind us that our ancestors died for freedom of belief.

  13. What a great site- you can feel the respect that can only come from someone that truly believes in the path they are on. Congratulations.

  14. glenn

    Hope all is well Blessings sent with Loving Prayers !!!

  15. Larknii Fra Ziio

    My gratitude and blessing go with the creator of this site. It has help me and my brother with our magical spirits and our lives. You have helped me, so i am but bound to support you in any way i can. May you live long, prosperous, and happy.
    ~ Ziio

  16. Well I sincerely enjoyed studying it.This blog has helped me to gain much more information. I would like to appreciate the blog owner for his efforts

  17. I’m looking for any and all information on the Morrigan…anyone?

  18. susan weiker

    I live here in Sequim, Washington. I would like to hear from you and come an meet all of you. I really need to sit and talk with someone about what I have been going through for years. Maybe you could help me understanding what I am suppose to be doing in my life. I have many feelings about who I am, and where I am from. Things that have been kept from me for some reason. Thank-you Sue

    • mistressofthemyst

      Greetings Sue,
      We would love to meet you but do you know where we are located? We are about 5,000 miles apart, maybe I have over or underestimated. I am awful with distance and mileage. But we are in Kentucky. You can discuss and handle some situations over the net just the same as a face to face. I know some think that they sit down and look into our faces the magickal answer is going to appear. We are just like any other person. We all have powers and are glad to use them to help people like yourself. All you have to do is let us.
      May the Goddess Bless,

  19. Sara knight

    Hello there my name is Sara and I’m learning a lot but there’s so much and hope to know more

  20. Alexandra Navarro

    Very educational love it

  21. Christine

    I love all your information and little bits everyday! I love to pass them on to my friends who are learning as well. Love it here!!

    • Valak

      Blessed samhain to one and all , enjoy the holiday . Blessings to all . Mp

      • Thank you so much. May you have a very happy & blessed Samhain. Also wishes for a very happy & prosperous New Year!
        Lady A

  22. Sadie

    Love it

  23. I just found your blog and I just love it. Blessing

  24. I came upon your site looking for ideas for Samhain prayers,loved the info will come back again Blessed Be

  25. Lady A.

    Somehow my name has been dropped off the WOTC distribution list. I didn’t think of this simple answer to why I hadn’t been receiving WOTC posts for a couple of weeks, and jumped to an alarming conclusion that you were either ill or something had happened to put WOTC off the air. Actually I did panic a bit about this and sent you an ‘I am worried’ note to your other email address. I am now pleased to see that I may have panicked unnecessarily. Please let me know that you really are OK.

    Lady A, you are special to me, so I worry about you.

    Would you mind putting me back on the distribution list?



    • mistressofthemyst

      The Lady’s out today. All you have to do Graham, is hit the follow us button again. By doing this you will become a follower again and receive our publications. WordPress has been making some upgrades to the site, which we appreciate. That would explain what happened to you. We have no control over removing or adding anyone to our list. To get someone removed Lady A has to go to WordPress. I know she hasn’t done that. Hit the follow button and you should be good to go again.

  26. Thank you for everything ya’ll do. This is such a truly amazing website. My go to for all

  27. I’m interested and want to know the best way to start my learning process whitch books to read what actions to take etc.

    • Congratulation on your new Path, Christopher. There are several books I could recommend but I don’t like their authors. They seem to beat around the bush too much for me. I have two favorite authors, Dorothy Morrison and Scott Cunningham. Both of these authors tell it like it is. They are contemporary authors. Ms. Morrison, I love her because she give you ideas that are simply and you probably wouldn’t think of. For instance, use a coffee maker to brew your brews in. She is very practical and also shows you do not have to break the bank to practice magick. Mr. Cunningham, is a very down to earth practitioner. Some Witches do not like him but he is a favorite of mine. Any of his books are well worth purchasing so are Ms. Morrison. There is one other that I do occasionally like to read on a dark, stormy night, that is Raymond Buckland. He has a book called “The Only Witchcraft Book You Will Ever Need.” It is pricy but well worth the purchase. I believe if you pick any of these authors to start with, you will be off to an excellent start.

  28. Red

    Do you have a place to join here or do you just post? I just came across this and its awesome.

    • What I love it is so simple. All you have to make a comment then send it. If the Spam eater decides it is not spam, it is them forwarded to me. Then I approve it and it post for all the world to read.

  29. Michelle

    Thank you for sharing this information. Love and Light

  30. I have been a solitary witch for almost my whole life. And I was looking threw the web and seeing the usual non-sense witchcraft pages that cater to mostly young teens. And I have never really found a true “witchcraft” site. But I happened upon this page, and it is simply the best site I have ever found. And the honesty and helpfulness on this page is undeniably the best I have seen. I think you for putting up this site and helping new witches. As well as reminding us elder witches of what it means to belong to our great religion.
    Blessings be,

    • Thank you so much, Mist. I believe that is one of the best compliments we have received in a long time. I appreciate your comment very much. It is good to hear others’ opinions and ideas about the site. I hope you come to think of us as your home away from home, dear sister.
      Blessings to you & yours,
      Lady A

  31. Crystal Pentacle

    Thank you for putting so much time, effort and energy into this site. I can spend hours browsing here & i can feel the energy. I love this site.
    You make me proud to be a witch. X

    • Thank you so much for the kind words, dear friend. I am glad you are enjoying the site. I hope you come to think of us as your home-away-from-home. If you need anything, just let me know.
      Luv & Hugs,
      Lady A

  32. Lady A~
    I am impressed and amazed at what you have accomplished here. Informative, truthful, insightful and proud. Thank you for representing us so very well. I am proud to count you as a friend.

    • It is about time you showed up. Now it is starting to feel like home again. Thank you coming from you that means a lot. It has taken us 3 years to get this far. I am hoping we have 3 more years. But to accomplishment what I am suppose to accomplish might take a life time. We have been trying to put on some Dragon Magick but it doesn’t seem to fly too well here. We will try again and see what happens. I really enjoyed talking to you. It had been way to long. Like I said I had been “stalking” you on FB and was worried about you. I am very happy things have turned around for you. You deserve all the happiest the world has to offer. I hope we keep in touch and you occasionally drop by. I am not crazy about FB, why I don’t know. I guess this place is my home and I feel like I belong here instead of over there.

      Anyway I am going to run for now. I hope to hear from you soon. Stay safe, Hawk!
      Love ya,
      Lady A

  33. Rowan

    I was just told of this site by a new friend and am very impressed with the flow and the connection you seem to have with every person who has stopped here. I will definitely be back to visit. The harmony here calls me to return. Blessings to you and yours!

  34. Sorceress

    I am very greatful for websites like this. It is my deepest desire to learn and grow spiritually. The craft is something very special to me and is a part of my everyday life. Blessings.

  35. Best witchcraft site ever. I am grateful to know this site. Lady A, Mystie, you are fantastic. I wish you the best in life.

  36. Rhiannon

    I have been a solitary witch for many years . We used to have a local coven that would hold open circles for the sabbat rituals, but sadly that is no more. This site is remarkable, thank you for all you do!

    Merry Meet and Brightest Blessings )O(

  37. Hello everyone! I love coming to this wonderful place where the ancient essence is felt to the deepest aspects of soul…Thank you for all that you are and do… Blessings )O(

    • Welcome dear sister, it is wonderful to have you with us. I hope you consider this place your home on the internet. We welcome your comments and opinions, so please feel free to jump right in.

      Again, welcome dear sister,
      Goddess Bless,
      Lady A

  38. Zee

    The fifht element is Akasha. Congratulations for your blog. It’s beautiful. I would love to be part of your team. Do you get to meet somewhere?

  39. Light in the dark

    Nice…I like this site.

  40. Of all the sites to visit on the web, there is no place to get this much intelligent and informative information on our craft than this one. I visit this site every day and find new posts each time. I can not think of a question that can’t be answered by visiting here. Thank you for all of your work. I am happy and honored to be part of your family. Merry Meet and Merry Part and Merry Meet again. Don )O(

  41. Hello! )O( I just wanted to let you know that I have nominated you for the Liebster Award! To find out what the Liebster Award is all about, head to my post here at



    • Thank you so much, sweetie. I am sorry it took me so long to reply. There are times I need about 6 of me and that is on my good days, lol! I feel very honored to accept this award. It is very flattering and I also love awards. Thank you again. I am posting the answers to your questions here shortly.
      Luv & Hugs,
      Lady A

      • Oh you haven’t won yet…LOL this is a nomination. And you’re welcome! )O( Blessed be! <3

      • Oh, sorry. I will get my butt in gear this afternoon and pick out some sites. Then think up some questions. I love these kinds of awards you get to know each other. Which I think is great, you sort of know something about the person behind the computer screen. I promise I will complete the award today. Thank you so much for nominating me for this honor.
        Lady A

  42. nightwolf

    can i please get help to find a group up here in Osburn Idaho or some where close to here? thank you and all have a blessed day

    • I would try checking on Witchvox. Their addy is http://www.witchvox.com. Look at the bottom of the main page. There you will find a whole list of services they provide. One of them just happens to be a list of covens across the country. If you can’t find it or need more help, just let me know. I will be glad to help you out.
      Blessings, Peace & Comfort,
      Lady A

  43. Risuna

    I’m so glad I was able to find this website, I’m having a lot of fun exploring it~! Thank-you for creating this website

  44. Shellie Gnau

    I am glad I found my way here…thank you for sharing your blog

  45. Lily Cat

    This website is quite amazing, I never knew so many others still practiced this. =)

  46. Tammy

    I’m only on the home page and already I’m picking up the “honest” buzz and the integrity with which this site was build upon. As I traverse through the pages of this site, I’m sure I will surely discover more and more truths. Blessed be!

  47. Anita Keane

    Just found Your site…Love It
    Mote Be..
    I am Amazed you are a gem….Have been serching for a link like yours <3..
    Just getting more into my Celtic & Native American Spirituality…Full force…
    Disapointed.. with other groups or sites not sharing more of the old heritage ways… You have touched on it from what I have seen.. Thank You..

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    The USA has all of its capital cities aligned with extinct volcanoes on the Azores, Galapagos and Bermuda. This ancient knowledge is still being used by a very few powerful people!

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  49. Very well put together, blessed be )0(

  50. Riezen

    Well said. Write your OWN leather bound book, write your own spells and recipes, do your own sketching no matter how Primitive. I have never thought that being a Witch had anything to do with doing things like someone else told you. We are not followers.

    I practice with total impunity and do it my way, because that is what a Witch does.

  51. Josephine Jane

    I’m so happy this site was created. It’s very educational.

  52. Frank Dominguez

    Glad I found you

  53. Kimberlyrose

    After several years of searching, feeling lost, and not feeling complete spiritually, I’ve finally come across a religion I feel I can truly find purpose in and learn from. I appreciate this site so much, as a newcomer with no real people in my area to help mentor me. I’m still learning every day, writing things down, and figuring out which path I’m to be on. Your site has been so helpful to me so far,maybe some day I’ll live close enough to others like me.

  54. Greetings!…I’ve nominated your blog for “The Witchy Blog Award”– and I want to personally thank you for inspiring me, entertaining me, enlightening me, and for giving your time and effort and talent to the wonderful world of blogging. Technology rocks! Keep on writing– your words are magickal!

    Amythyst Raine-Hatayama

    The Rules:

    Dedicate at least part of a post to receiving the award and share the award logo
    Thank the blogger who passed the award to you
    Answer the seven questions below
    Nominate five Wiccan/Pagan bloggers (If you don’t know five other Wiccan bloggers, nominate as many as you can)
    Notify your nominees of their pending award
    Stop by Ayslyn’s Corner to add your name to the list of bloggers awarded

    Seven Questions: (You may customize as long as they are still Wiccan and Pagan related)

    How did you “discover” Wicca/Witchcraft/Neo-Paganism?
    Do you grow herbs?
    Are you “in the broom closet”?  If not, share your coming out experience.
    What tradition do you follow, if any?
    Do you consider yourself a Witch, Wiccan or Pagan (or maybe something else)?
    How much of Witchcraft/Wicca are you able to incorporate into your everyday life?
    Do you have a familiar? If you do, tell us how you met him/her, and how she/he takes part in your practice (if at all).

    • Riezen

      Always enjoy this site and nice to see the Gray Witch pop in!

    • I apologize for taking so long to reply to your wonderful comments and award. I have had a lot on my plate recently. I have to say you are the one I should be giving all the praise and compliments to you. You are amazing and you flatter me. Your blog is amazing, your site, your books, you are truly amazing and incredible in my eyes. I am truly honored that you even know we exist. Thank you so much for the recognition and the award.

  55. vickie

    Brightest Blessings And thank you a very magickal sight

  56. Hi there this is kind of of off topic but I was wondering if blogs use WYSIWYG editors
    or if you have to manually code with HTML. I’m starting a blog soon but have no coding skills so I wanted to get guidance from someone with experience.
    Any help would be greatly appreciated!

    • I love off the topic questions, lol! I have had experience with both types of blogs. On Yuku, you could write your own html code or use their WYSIWYG editor. I enjoyed using the editor. In fact, I still go back over their to keep my skills sharp. As far as WordPress goes, they do it all for you. I will have to occasionally go back through a post and correct it. When I do, I have to revert back to html code to do so. WordPress offers a section where you can write your own code (CSS) but you have to purchase that. Just grabbing a blog template and turning it into your own is much simpler. When I first formed our old, old WOTC group on MSN, I had no earthly idea what I was doing. Thankfully I had a wonderful teacher that took me under his wings and showed me the ropes. Since you don’t have any experience, I would recommend WordPress. WordPress has tutorial pages for each template and will walk you through it. When you learn what you want you can either stay on WordPress or take your talents elsewhere. Right now, WordPress is the way to go for you. If you need any help, just let me know. I still love playing with the graphics, htmls codes and the such. Oh, one word, WordPress does not allow with javascript. They told me it was easily hacked and we have three sites on Blogger because I can use javascript over there. And every weekend you can practically set your watch by the time they are going to get hacked. WordPress is a great place to build a site, they have great templates and also offer great support. Right now, WordPress is the way to go!

  57. Very good info. Lucky me I came across your site
    by accident (stumbleupon). I have bookmarked it for later!

  58. S light walker

    I love everything I’ve read on your site. I feel like I’m old yet brand new on this path and it was lovely to see your information. Thank you
    Blessed be 🌖

  59. Megan

    What a wonderful website filled with so much!!
    Thank you

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