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-Please Read this FIRST- On this site we prefer to use the actual Name of our loving Heavenly Father as it was written in the Word, and thus you will note that we will use the Four Letter “Memorial Name” of   - YHVH, which is pronounced as YaHVaH or YaHWaH. In addition we will also use our Heavenly Father’s attribute/title, which is Elohim rather than “God,” which sadly is the name of a pagan god. In addition we also love to use the actual and real Name of our beloved Messiah which is  - Yahushua or Yahshua in short, for this is our Saviours original Hebrew Name as given to Him at birth in Lukas - Luke 1:31. This was the only Name ever used when He was on the earth by His family, disciples and His followers OVER THE centuries, even until today! However, it was changed to a foreign name by the founder of the new “pagan church of Rome.” Occasionally, we may also use other Hebrew or Greek names as well as different words in our studies for certain common words used are from pagan backgrounds and thus are not suitable. All names will be translated when they are FIRST used in a study or at various times as needed for clarity. There is a full explanation of YHVH’s blessed “Memorial Name” as well as the wonderful blessed Name of our Messiah and Saviour, thus please read …The Memorial Name.”

The three levels of learning & understanding of the blessed Word of YaHVaH Elohim (the Lord God):

When we read and study the blessed Scriptures, the Word of YHVH Elohim as a believer in Yahushua the Messiah, we should keep the following three steps always in mind for they are a valuable guide and it will certainly provide us with guidance and illuminate the sheer beauty and the fullness of YHVH’s most blessed Word.

1. Who was YHVH Elohim, blessed be His sanctified Name, speaking to?

2. When was it said?

3. How was His Word understood at the time it was spoken/given?

I do believe that these three points are most relevant to our understanding of 1. What the Almighty is saying at the time – 2. As well as what it means to us today - and 3. Especially to you and me right now!

This image does have a very special meaning and this study explains it

Thus do not judge its Hebraic content, for that was used on purpose!

 

May “Elohim (God) … fill you with the knowledge of His will, through all spiritual wisdom and understanding … that you may live a life worthy and please Him in every way, bearing fruit in every good work, growing in the knowledge of Elohim” Colossians 1: 9-19.

Beloved in Yahushua, whilst I was away on a seven-day retreat way back in August 1999, I was richly blessed to receive certain instruction from the Almighty, blessed be He, as He taught me in relation to the Jewish tradition of the covering of the head. At first, this shocked me for He revealed to me the origin of the Jewish tradition of men covering their heads with the traditional Kippah that is also called a Yarmulke or a Skullcap.

Messianic believers are well aware of the fact, that Jewish men cover their heads when entering the Synagogue or when in prayer. Whereas the strictly Orthodox Jews and the Chassidim being the ultra Orthodox will have their heads covered all the time. Having been an Orthodox Jew myself, the wearing of a Kippah and a hat was a way of life for me. I always said; “It is so Jewish. Have we not always worn it? Did Yahushua not cover His head whenever He was in the Temple or a Synagogue?” I might have added, “They would have stoned Him if He walked into the Temple with His head uncovered.” Obviously those thoughts were before I came to know Him as my personal Messiah and Redeemer, but I continued to wear my Kippah for a considerable time as a Messianic believer, although mostly at home as it was frowned upon by the majority of believers, but not in Messianic Fellowships! However, now with this new understanding a complete change came into my life and the Kippah has now long gone, and I have a far greater understanding of what Shaul of Tarsus – Paul was talking about in 1 Corinthians chapter 11, verses 3 to 16.

Beloved this study will delve into this important matter, for it relates to all who are part of the faithful in Yahushua, those who are “the Bride.” What I am about to share with you is of utmost importance, especially in these very important “latter days,” for the Messiah is calling and preparing His Bride. We are to be “filled with the knowledge of the will of Elohim” in order we “Live a life worthy” unto Him, “bearing fruit in every good work, growing in the knowledge of Elohim.”

Beloved let us rid ourselves of the “traditions of men” and busy ourselves only in those things our blessed Saviour Yahushua has asked of us. For the time will come soon that the Bride and Messiah will meet again when He comes!

“May He strengthen your hearts so that you will be blameless and right in the presence of our Elohim and Father when our Master Yahushua comes.” 1 Thessalonians 3:13.

YaHVaH Elohim, blessed be His Sanctified Name, is calling an army to do battle, not against flesh and blood but against HaSatan, the evil one! We the faithful in Messiah must prepare ourselves in prayer, filling ourselves with spiritual food from the Word as we dedicate our lives unto Him! We have had enough leisure time, it is time to look up and rededicate ourselves unto His service without reserve.

We need to be circumcised again, with “circumcision that is of the heart, in the Spirit, not in the letter” (Romans 2:29, also Davarim – Deuteronomy 10:16 & 30:6, also Yirmyahu – Jeremiah 4:4) covers this spiritual circumcision of the heart. But Yahushua - Joshua instructed his men prior the battle of Jericho regarding circumcision, but this time it would be a physical one!

“At that time YHVH said to Yahushua - Joshua, ‘Make flint knives for yourself, and circumcise the sons of Israel again the second time.’ So Yahushua made flint knives for himself, and circumcised the sons of Israel at the hill of the foreskins” Yahushua - Joshua 4:2-3.

Therefore beloved, we must also prepare for the great battle ahead and go and share the Word of Elohim to souls lost in order that many more will be ready to meet Messiah Yahushua when He comes for the faithful. We cannot be spiritually unemployed at this urgent time, for we are living in “Le’dor A’cha’ron” – “the Generation to come” or better translated from the Hebrew, “the Last Generation.”

“You will arise and have mercy on Zion; for the time to favour her, yes, the set time, has come. For Your servants take pleasure in her stones, and show favour to her dust. … For YHVH shall build up Zion, He shall appear in His glory. He shall regard the prayer of the destitute, and shall not despise their prayer. This will be written for the generation to come (the last generation). That a people yet to be created may praise YHVH” Tehillim- Psalm 102:13-14 & 16-18.

Yahushua told us very clearly the following …

“Now learn this parable from the fig tree. When its branch has already become tender and puts forth leaves, you know that summer is near (speaking of Israel’s return to Zion or Jerusalem and, end times). So, you also, when you see all these things, know that it is near at the doors! Assuredly, I say to you, this generation will by no means pass away till all these things take place. Heaven and earth will pass away, but My words will by no means pass away” Mattityahu - Matthew 24: 32-35.

Israel returned to Zion, and a generation is Scripturally 40 years However, the Israel that is currently there is but a secular nation, yet it is there, and it is the beginnings of that will be, thus we have no set boundary when the “generation” will actually start. But Yahushua said when it does, “This generation will by no means pass away till all these things take place.” But the point is, are you ready? Have you been a good servant, worthy in the service of Yahushua? Do you know with certainty that He will say, “Well done, thou good and faithful servant?” I pray He will! Let us rededicate ourselves unto Him and lovingly “let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven.” Yahushua is coming and He is coming soon! HaleluYah.

Therefore, we must understand the importance of living in the will of Elohim and not travel along the road, based on “the traditions of men.” The reason I have repeated that phrase “the traditions of men” is because, our Heavenly Father gave me a Word in 1998 … “Tell My own, rid your selves from the traditions of men, which I abhor.” And I first thought that He meant, my own, Israel? But, no, He also meant those in the Fellowships, for many are riddled with traditions, which they simply cannot get rid off!

Christians we know have inherited a great deal from pagan Rome, considering they uphold pagan feasts and the worship of the sun goddess by upholding Constantine’s day of “the venerable Day of the SUN.” In addition, Messianic’s should also take heed when it comes to those they may have inherited from pagan Rome!

Our Elohim expects purity of worship for He despises pagan tainted customs. Therefore beloved, I believe it is time that we “examine ourselves” and seek the guidance of the blessed Sanctified Spirit of Elohim, in order that we may walk on His path to the point Yahushua will say, “Well done, thou good and faithful servant.”

Turn now to 1 Corinthians and seek the Father on some important matters. These may not be so important on the human level, but vital in the spiritual realm of Elohim.

“I praise you for remembering me in everything and for holding to the teachings, just as I passed them on to you.” 1 Corinthians 11:2.

It appears that the apostle had previously given them a variety of directions relative to the matters mentioned here. Some paid strict attention to them, however others obviously had not. Contentions and divisions were the consequences, which he reproves and endeavours to rectify. While Shaul of Tarsus - Paul and Apollos had preached among them, the Corinthians had undoubtedly received all that was necessary in relation to observance and worship. Apparently, there were those who continued to practice certain aspects of pagan festivals and attempted to introduce certain practises into the assembly of the faithful. These practices, they obviously felt, was an improvement on the apostolic teachings. Thus, we will realise the importance of Shaul’s message here.

“But I would have you know, that the head of every man is the Messiah and the head of the woman is the man, and the head of the Messiah is Elohim.” 1 Corinthians 11:3.

Paul is saying that Yahushua the Messiah is the head and author of the faith. He is the creator, preserver, and Master of every man. That man (the husband) is the master or head of the wife. Whereas, the Head of our Saviour Yahushua (who is Mediator between Elohim and man) is YaHVaH Elohim, the Father. From this, we learn that there is an order of things. YaHVaH our Elohim, blessed be His Sanctified Name, sends “His only begotten Son” Yahushua the Messiah to redeem man. The Messiah comes and lays down his life for the world. Thus we learn of two, yet we also know that they are, as it says in Hebrew “Echad,” which means “One.” So you are confused, let me explain it in a very short way, for this word has a very special meaning for in Bereshis - Genesis where is used it does not mean a singular one, but more than one being one! The next verse will explain what I mean, in addition there is an entire chapter on this subject. See the link at the bottom.

“Therefore a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife, and they shall become one - echad flesh.” Bereshis - Genesis 2:24.

Back to the main subject: Every man and husband who confesses that Yahushua is his Saviour and every believing woman and wife will acknowledge, according to Bereshis - Genesis 3:16 that Elohim has placed the wife in a dependence on, and is subject to her husband. This far, I pray, there is no scriptural difficulty with this passage.

Sadly due to the rampage of false doctrines, and the rise of the evil and Satanically inspired feminism amongst the world as well as the “Christian churches” that really have gone so far off the rails regarding these scriptures and more, as they are ordaining women, and excepting gay ministers, both male and female, as well as same sex marriages, etc, for we are living in and evil world! Sadly all this is just as our Messiah Yahushua told us would happen in these the “Latter Days.” Remember the adversary (HaSatan) loves to reverse all things of Elohim. From this we should realise that this rebellious world and great parts of the church is being controlled by the evil one. Their behaviour, or doctrines, is based on greed and the self. I pray that the faithful in Messiah Yahushua will listen to His call and follow Him, for only in Yahushua we have the true “Hatikvah”  - “The Hope!”

 Come out of her, My people, so that you will not share in her sins, so that you will not receive any of her plagues” Revelation 18:4.

If there are any of the faithful in Messiah Yahushua still in those churches, you must separate yourselves and be different, as well as to the world around us. If we are to be the “Bride,” we must also “rid ourselves from the traditions of men” especially those that are based on paganism.

Now what was Shaul - Paul trying to tell the people in 1st Corinthians about “ridding ourselves of the traditions of men?”

Head covering!

“Every man praying or prophesying, having his head covered, dishonours his head.” 1 Corinthians 11:4.

When Shaul - Paul speaks of “praying or prophesying,” he is speaking of any person who worships our Heavenly Father whether in prayer, in song, or exhortation. We learn, from the apostle himself that “propheeteuein” in Greek means to prophesy, also signifying, to speak unto men to edification, exhortation and to comfort (1 Corinthians 14:3). From this we understand this includes exhortation and teaching the blessed Word of Elohim!

Having his head covered.” Should a man pray or minister with his cap or a turban on, NO, for he will dishonour his head. This is because, head covering was a sign of mourning and subjection, and while he was employed in the public ministration of the Word, he was to be considered as a representative of our blessed Messiah. On this account, his being veiled or covered would be improper. This statement by the apostle back then is in complete contrast to Jewish (rabbinic) tradition, as we know it today, for Israel “does not suffer a man to pray unless he is veiled or covered.”

Thus at this point we should ask ourselves, “Why do Jewish men wear a Kippah, a Skullcap?” The rabbis provide us with the following explanation.

“A man should cover himself to show that he is ashamed before Elohim due to his sins and is unworthy to behold Him with an open face.”

Well, praise the blessed Name of Yahushua our Messiah, when He Redeemed us through the shedding of His precious blood, He removed our shame and mourning and we are worthy to approach our heavenly Father with bare heads!

But it is very interesting Jews, Gentiles, and believers tend to presume that Jewish men have always covered their heads when in prayer, or upon entering the Tabernacle, Temple or a Synagogue. The answer to this is NO they did not. The truth is that there is no mention of it in the Torah anywhere whatsoever! (The Torah is the Five Books of Moses). Nor is it found anywhere else in the Tanach - the rest of the Old Covenant.

Rabbi Dr. Rudolph Brash, AM, OBE, writes;

“The paradox resides in the fact that this practice of head-covering, deemed fundamentally Jewish and hallowed by ancient tradition, is in reality pagan, and in terms of Jewish chronology, comparatively modern. The truth is, the practice of head covering, was copied from their environment by the Babylonian Jews.” (Highlighting in bold by the author).

Now why should this surprise us, considering the hierarchy of the pagan Babylonian style Church of Rome wear skullcaps?

Rabbi Brash continues.

“These Babylonian Jews took their custom to the shores of Spain in the eighth century AD where it became firmly established. However, at the same time in other corners of Europe, it was unheard of. History records that at the same epoch young German males were called to the reading of the Law bareheaded. Head covering, although now practised in Spain and Portugal, had not taken root in east or north Europe. A famed Rabbi of the sixteenth-century, Rabbi Moses Isserles whose work is included in the book “the Code of the Jewish Law – the Shulchan Aruch,” taught that “the covering of the head could not be considered a religious principle.” Even more recently, in the eighteenth century, that eminent Jewish authority, Rabbi Eliyah Gaon of Vilna stated, “According to Jewish Law it is permitted to enter a Synagogue and pray without covering one’s head.

The above is from the book “The Star of David” by Rabbi Dr. R Brash.

That famous Jewish musical From “Fiddler on the Roof” has that song “Tradition” that opens the show and they sound so true!

“Tradition, tradition, where would we be … without tradition.”

For the Jewish People are bound to a multitude of traditions and even countless of man-made laws by the ancient priests and rabbis, which Yahushua despised and so fiercely fought, thus the Pharisees and the Sadducees hated Him that much to have Him killed!

The Children of Israel continue to believe in the One Elohim of Avraham, Yitzchak - Isaac, and Ya’akov – Jacob and that is a good tradition. For Israel to uphold the Torah – the Law and keep the Sabbath and celebrate the Feasts is fully Scriptural, unlike these new traditions of men! Thus, for the rabbis of Israel to introduce and uphold a pagan tradition, now that was simply tragic!

Praise Elohim for His enduring mercy, “for Elohim has not cast away His People (Israel) whom He foreknew.” Romans 11:2.

The sad fact is that the many traditions including the introduction of covering of the head has assisted Israel, especially in the modern era to be, and to look different. This differentiation has helped Jewish people in their fight for spiritual survival. However, the covering of the head is obviously not Scriptural for anyone in Messiah! As a young Messianic believer, I used to love to wear my Kippah, but, whilst at that retreat back in August 1999, whilst in prayer in the blessed Name of Yahushua, YaHVaH Elohim, blessed be His Sanctified Name, told me very clearly to remove it, as it belonged to the pagan world. Sadly most Messianic Fellowships continue to use them, as well as upholding, so many of the those hideous rabbinic laws, and that is really tragic because they offend Yahushua, and it is simply evil, for our loving Saviour had set us free from all those traditions of men and I had learnt that on the day I was Born Again!

Although Yahushua did say “If ye love Me, keep My commandments,” thus we are commanded to follow His commandments, but we do so because we love Him and knowing that we are saved because of His Grace!

However, many have asked me in the past, but brother, “What about the High Priest, did he not wear head covering?” Yes he did, for he was the one who would have to enter into the Holy of Holies on one day each year on the Feast of “Yom Kippur” the “Day of Atonement” with the bowl of blood and sprinkle it on the Mercy Seat and around the Altar. He would have his head covered in mourning for the sins of Israel and in humility before the great Elohim on High!

But we who are redeemed are not in mourning, for we are washed clean by the shed blood of the Lamb Elohim! HalleluYAH! There is no command for any other than those Priests to wear a special head covering.

Men who wear head covering in Messianic Fellowships today (knowingly or unknowingly) dishonour Messiah Yahushua our Saviour, and they simply follow the Rabbinic Laws and “the Traditions of men,” which, as shown earlier originally came out of Babylon.

Statements from the Encyclopaedia Judaica re the Kippur/Skullcap

·         “The covering of the head, as an expression of the ‘fear of Elohim’ (yirat shamayim) and as a continuation of the practice of the Babylonian scholars was gradually endorsed by the rabbis.”

·         “According to the description of the priestly garb in Exodus (28:4, 37, 40), the high priest wore a miter (miznefet), and the ordinary priests a hat (migba'at). It was generally considered a sign of mourning to cover the head and face (II Sam. 15:30, 19:5; Jer.  14:3–4; Esth.  6:12). In talmudic times, too, men expressed their sense of grief while mourning by covering their heads, as did Bar Kappara after the death of Judah ha-Nasi (TJ, Kil.  9:4, 32b; TJ, Ket.  12:3, 35a). A mourner, one on whom a ban (herem) had been pronounced, and a leper, were, in fact, obliged to cover their heads.”

·         Jewish tradition requires men to cover the head as a sign of humility before Elohim, and women, as evidence of modesty before men, although the Bible (the Tanach or Old Covenant) does not explicitly command either men or women to cover the head.”

·         The opinion of Rabbi David Halevy of Ostrog (17th century) declared that since Christians generally pray bareheaded, the Jewish prohibition to do so was based on the biblical injunction not to imitate the heathen custom”

·         Artistic representation, such as Egyptian and Babylonian tablets and in the synagogue at Dura Europos depict the Israelites, without head covering.”

Thus, as Rabbi Brash and the Encyclopaedia Judaica clearly show us, head covering was copied by Israel and Judean’s whilst they were in captivity in Babylon and from other pagan traditions. But, it certainly did not become an official custom until the eighth century amongst the Spanish Jews, and then once again it was abolished and it was revived again much later. Even though many famed rabbis spoke out against the Babylonian tradition of head covering, eventually it became the observed tradition. It was a tradition of men and not of Elohim.

“He who has My commandments and keeps them, it is he who loves Me. And he who loves Me will be loved by My Father, and I will love him and manifest Myself to him.” Yochanan - John 14:21.

“If you abide in Me, and My words abide in you, you will ask what you desire, and it shall be done for you. By this My Father is glorified, that you bear much fruit; so you will be My disciples. As the Father loved Me, I also have loved you; abide in My love. If you keep My commandments, you will abide in My love, just as I have kept My Father's commandments and abide in His love.” Yochanan - John 15:7-10.

Having learned this remarkable truth, regarding the Kippah (head covering), as I said, it shocked me greatly having believed originally that it was Scriptural.

The author in 1979, wearing his old Kippur and Tallit (a Prayer Shawl)

during a dance at a Messianic Hebraic Celebration “Shalom” at the Gold Coast Australia

We also need to remember that the head of the Church of Rome, the Pope does not wear a skullcap because it is from a Jewish origin, no certainly not, he wears it because it is from a Babylonian pagan origin and he knows this, for so many of the custom’s of the Roman church originate from Babylon, including the two pagan feasts it has imposed on the world, as well as the countless false doctrines and pagan names, etc! Rome is the tool of Satan and will be the major player during the Great Tribulation!

But now the question begs, what about the ladies?

Having read verse 4 of 1 Corinthians 11, we should also take note of what Shaul - Paul had to say in next verse.

And every woman who prays or prophesies with her head uncovered dishonours her head; it is just as though her head were shaved.” 1 Corinthians 11:5.

We should understand that the ladies have a very special and an honoured place in the body of beloved Saviour, and that in no way are they ever the lesser person in any shape or form! For in the Word they play a most vital part. In fact, the Jewish wife for instance plays one of the most important roles in the household, for it is she who is the one who is blessed with a great honour each and every week by bringing in the Sabbath each week and that includes all of the blessed “Feasts of YaHVaH.” You will be surprised to learn that it is the Mother who educates the children about the creation and everything about Elohim and not the Father. Thus, she does have a wonderful and a distinguished role to play apart from what many would call, “just being a wife.” Sorry, if you thought that, you are so very wrong, for they both have an important role in Elohim’s plan, and they must both work together in harmony!

However according to the Word of Elohim, whenever praying or prophesying ladies should have their heads covered, otherwise she “dishonours her head.”

To enforce this edict, the apostle even states that the uncovered woman (not a bold woman) would appear “just as though” a prostitute, who goes out *without a veil – “as though her head were shaven.”

The faithful in those days would have fully understood those particular  words of Shaul – Paul, but today they will seem meaningless. But let me explain; for should a woman who ever appeared in public without a veil, she would not only have dishonoured her head, but also that of her husband. She would appear to be just like those women who had their hair shorn off, which was the punishment in those days of being a “whore” or an adulteress.

*According the Word, for a woman to uncover her head indicated withdrawal from the husband’s power, whence a suspected wife had her head uncovered by the priest (Numbers 5:18). It also shows her defiance to the will of Elohim!

“Then the priest shall stand the woman before the LORD, uncover the woman's head.” Vayikra - Numbers 5:18a.

I have had ladies come to me and they have said, “But brother, my hair is my covering.” Well, if that is the case myself being rather bald on the top, I must then be truly uncovered, and men with hair, they better start shaving their heads. No, our Elohim requires women to place a simple covering on their heads whilst praying.

I am well aware that there will be some who will stand their ground and say “no way,” but you will have to make a choice and the end result will depend on your actions!

Just think about it, what is your genuine desire, will it be pleasing your Creator and our loving Saviour Yahushua? Be assured that YaHVaH Elohim will abundantly reward all who will live in His will and do what His Word requires of you! But for those who refuse to obey Him, then sadly I have to say, “Father, we have a problem!”

Beloved, this act of wearing a simple covering, makes women not less, for they have an exulted, even a very special place in Elohim! Remember, it was Miriam - Mary who brought forth Him who is “the Light” unto the world. It is so wonderful when we come to realise when we can see that YaHVaH Elohim has an order of things and that we are part of that and live according to it! Yes, we can either choose it, or refuse it, the choice is yours, but so are the consequences! It is as simple as that! And ladies, I will remind you, as I stated before, I am not speaking of a battle of fashion and hats, etc, just a simple covering such as a light veil would do!

The final analyses is this, are we willing to obey YaHVaH Elohim, and do what He asks of us with great joy, or are we going follow the way of the world, and follow “the traditions of man,” and continue with the I, me and myself, of the new age, and the Satanic feminist way’s?

Tragically we are well aware that so much of “christianity” has veiled itself in a considerable amount of paganism? Yet so many of its followers are not even aware of it, for they are just like sheep and followers of “the traditions of men.” It is time they started reading and checking out the blessed Word far more carefully themselves and not just accepting what they are being fed by their leaders, for their food may not be exactly wholesome!

Beloved, the faithful in Messiah Yahushua must be those who stand apart, being Emancipated, Redeemed by the Shed Blood of the “Lamb of Elohim,” being Separated from the things of the world, and living in His will and obeying His commandments, heading for that sure Possession in Yahushua our beloved Saviour!

Do you know what it is to be the Bride of the Messiah Yahushua? Being the Bride is not just being a “Believer,” for many “Know” Him, even “Believe” in Him, but they do not “Understand” Him, thus they do not follow His Commandments and follow His “Iupogrammón” “example!

“You are My witnesses,” declares YHVH, “and My servant whom I have chosen, so that you may know and believe Me and understand that I am He. Before Me no Elohim was formed, nor will there be one after Me. I, even I, am YHVH, and apart from Me there is no Saviour.” Yeshayahu - Isaiah 43:10-11.

“For to this you were called, because Messiah also suffered for us, leaving us an example (Iupogrammón), that you should follow His steps.” 1 Shime’on - 1 Peter 2:21.

Let us therefore follow in Messiah’s example and walk in His ways, and what are they? He said, uphold the Commandments, meaning the Seventh Day Sabbath, the Feasts of YHVH, and continue in all of His blessed teachings in doing good and sharing His Word of Truth and by being a Light unto the World!

“Teach me Your way, O YHVH. I will walk in Your truth.
UNITE MY HEART TO FEAR YOUR NAME!”

Tehillim – Psalms 86:11

                                                                                   

May YHVH Elohim bless and keep you in the palm of His hand always, in Messiah Yahushua’s loving Name!

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