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Graha * Bhava* Amsha * Rashi

Nakshatra of

Budha


Sacred Tree for Revati

listen to: VK Raman's flute playing RevathiMysticalPower.mp3


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Revati * circa 1890, Kolkata

Victoria and Albert Museum

Swarnaprathaayini sootchuma sahaayini revathithevi sahaayakrube|

Revati * Ravathi

Reva-tika

Paushna * Pushana-vana * Antyabha

Migration, the Way, the Footpath, the Channel

poetic interpretation


Chandra in Revati * comforted by wayfaring rhythms


contributions coming to Earth

from the star-civilizations of

Zeta Piscium


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The Cosmic Ocean reveals Brahma, Vishnu, and Shiva

c. 1835, collection of the San Diego Art Museum

the Twenty-seventh Nakshatra

  • 16:40 until 30:00 Meena * Pisces

  • Pada-105, 106, 107, 108


Revati Nakshatra Celestial Location

Regional Names for Revati Nakshatra
  • Antyabha
  • needhra
  • Pashupa * Pashupati * Pusan * Puschan
  • Revathi * Revathy
  • Sasvata

Chinese

  • Wai Ping San * Third Star of the Outer Fence
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The painting above "The Lady of Shalott" by John William Waterhouse (1849-1917) is based on the poem The Lady of Shalott, by Alfred Lord Tennyson.

"And down the river's dim expanse

Like some bold seer in a trance,

Seeing all his own mischance --

With a glassy countenance

Did she look to Camelot.

And at the closing of the day

She loosed the chain, and down she lay;

The broad stream bore her far away,

The Lady of Shalott."

~~ Shantideva May I be protector for those without one,

A guide for all travellers on the way

May I be a bridge, a boat and a ship

For all who wish to cross (the water).”

Revati Attributes

One of six figures from the Mughal emperor's ceremonial procession on the occasion of the Eid.

painted by Mazhar Ali Khan, c. 1840


The animal symbol for Ravathi is a cow elephant (female).

Revatika Nakshatra * four Pada syllables

  • दे De
  • दो Do
  • च Cha
  • ची Chi

Revatika Nakshatra Body Part

  • Abdominal Cavity / Groin of the nakshatrapurusha * Kala-purusha


Revatika Nakshatra protective Deity * bhapa * bheza

  • Pushan the Conductor
  • pazupathi, pashupati the shepherd

  • Pushan is one of the 12 Aditya


Revatika Nakshatra * gana * group * caste

  • Divine *Deva

Revatika Nakshatra Tibetan Tradition

  • Namdru * Shepa Gyeje * He who makes knowledge grow

  • Goddess So-we * Sowe Lha-mo * She Who Heals

BPHS Auspicious events Revatika Nakshatra

  • Building houses

  • making jewelry

  • constructing religious buildings

  • marriage

  • making vows


Revatika Nakshatra Meanings

  • Western traditions: Poseidon, Pan (= Pushan)

The Conductor

  • The Shining One, Sun

  • Protector of Herds and Wealth * Pashupatinath, Nepal

  • raivata - raivatika = descended from a wealthy family

  • "The financial wealthy ones" or "the shining ones" (applied to cows and the waters)

  • Revati is a Shining Light who shows the Path to others


Jyeztha Nakshatra belongs to the Nakshatra Trikona of Messenger Budha the Announcer: Azlesa+ Jyeztha+ Revatika

those born into these three nakshatra are particularly gifted in all varieties of communicative endeavor, to name only a few:

  • conversational, narrative, signaling, reporter, announcer
  • itinerary, planning, scheduling
  • coupler-joiner, sexual, manipulative, interactive, collaborative
  • cohort, teamwork, ensemble, management, commerce, business
  • logical, explanatory, instructional, explanatory, interpretive,
  • diagramming, drafting-drawing, handcraft, technology-tools
  • inter alia


COMPATIBILITY

  • Applies to nakshatra of radical lagna AND nakshatra of Chandra. For emotional relationships, nakshatra of Chandra is more influential on compatibility and ease of interaction.

Psycho-socially compatible with Revatika * Pushan =

Nakshatra of Budha * mercantile, conversational, collaborative

Nakshatra of Surya * center-stage, sparklingly exceptional, brightly self-reflexive Surya-style is pleasantly compatible with Budha's chatty messaging style

Nakshatra of Zukra = materialistic, accumulating, sensual


Psycho-socially neutral with Revatika * Pushan =

Nakshatra of Shani * materialistic, structuring, status-oriented Shani has no natural conflict with Budha's need to explain, instruct, describe, and diagram. Mercantile, conversational, collaborative, shopkeeper Budha is friendly with economic-systems regulator Shani. Budha may indicate the junior partner, the salesperson, the explainer while the Shani partner is more concerned with longevity and continuity of the operation.


Psycho-socially uneasy with Revatika * Pushan =

Nakshatra of Mangala * Budha considers Kuja to be neutral; however Moving Mangala sees Blustering Budha as an enemy. Kuja likes to get things done whereas Budha is not a doer but rather a talker. This pair has too much friction to be truly compatible.

Nakshatra of Brihaspati * Guru and Budha are mutually neutral. Brihaspati welcomes every experience into the full totality of awareness, and Budha provides the messaging mechanism to preach the good news. Budha looks at Guru and sees a neutral. All would seem to be well with this pairing. However, when Guru looks at Budha, Professor Brihaspati sees Budha as an arch-enemy. Guru likes to preach on the widest humanistic principles whereas Budha chats about the technical details. This pair has too much friction to be truly compatible.

Nakshatra of Rahu or Ketu * whether highly exciting (Rahu) or deeply observing (Ketu) the fascinating yet disruptive nodal styles are acceptable to neutral news-announcer Budha who is always open to an interesting story.


Most catalytic (challenging) nakshatra for Revatika * Pushan

Nakshatra of Chandra * caretaking Chandra's rhythmic, parenting, routinized style recognizes only ancestral, intuitive, emotional sources of knowledge, and this conflicts with Budha's focus on logical argument with unbiased information delivery. Broadcasting Budha considers Professor Chandra to be His arch-enemy


Revatika belongs to the Nakshatra trikona of conversational, analytical sexual, manipulative hands-on Budha

However in each case Professor Budha holds an unfriendly relationship to the razi-pathi, and this often results in the communicated messages being somewhat adversarial or abrasive in nature:

  • Azlesa* Karkata ruler Chandra. Although Chandra the Glow has no enemies, and Somana is patiently parental toward young whippersnapper Budha, the quietly rhythmic, intuitive, routine-loving Chandra is disliked by chatty conversational Budha. Azlesa are often willing to represent, describe, discuss, or write about squeamish sexual-emotional (Budha-Chandra) topics, particularly matters of sexualized parenting, or binding, leashing, or tied restraint. Azlesa-Naga the Coiling Ones are famed for their remarkable capacity to mentally manipulate (Budha) the vulnerable human feelings (Chandra).

  • Jyeztha * Vrizchika ruler Kuja. Although Professor Budha feels neutral toward do-it-now Kuja, Professor Mangala is supremely frustrated by Budha's habit of talking rather than doing. Mangala explicitly dislikes Budha. Unless Budha is very well placed, Jyeztha natives are not known for their interest in entertaining alternative points of view nor do they normally feature a tolerance for ambiguity. However Jyeztha excel in matters which combine words with vigorous movement, such as action-cinema, politically motivational writing, inspirational talk that provokes an active response (such as change-oriented psychological counseling), and preaching mixed with physically energized liturgies (for example, declaiming rituals, glossolalia ritual. lit-urgy = "words with actions".)

  • Revatika * Meena ruler Guru. Brihaspati, the Professor of Theory, Principle, and the Big Picture, explicitly dislikes detail-oriented, technology-fixated, scripted and chattering "street-talker" Professor Budha. Revati may struggle to precisely express their ideas in normal conversational mode, where they may wander off-message. However, Revati can flourish in way-showing communications by using big-picture sensing modalities, such as imagistic, dreamlike fine-arts painting and sculpture, or any variety of music (often splendid singers).

Sacred Tree for Revati

see nakshatra gardens at: www.vedicvanas.com/nakshatravana.html

  • western botanical name = Madhuca Longifolia
  • Sanskrita namah:
  • Common names = ippe-ippa (Telugu), mahuwa (liquor), moha, mohua, madhuca, illuppai, kuligam, madurgam, mavagam, nattiluppai, tittinam, mahwa, mahua, mowa, moa, mowrah
  • English: honey tree, butter tree

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Mahua, Madhuca = "Honey Tree" sacred to Revati Nakshatra

Shakti of the Revati Nakshatra

QUOTATION from Dennis Harness

"27. Revati: The Wealthy (Pisces 16 40 to 30 00 )

The symbols for Revati are a fish and a drum.

  • The fish is a symbol of deep spirituality as well as the twelfth sign of Pisces.
  • The drum is a marker of time reflecting the final lunar mansion according to the constellations.

This auspicious nakshatra has a deva temperament with a primary motivation of moksha, or spiritual enlightenment. The deity is Pushan, the nurturer and protector of travelers and animals.

Revati is ruled by the intellectual planet Mercury, residing in a constellation ruled by benefic Jupiter.

The animal symbol is a female elephant.

The shakti is the power of nourishment symbolized by milk . Revati is one of the most benefic nakshatras for spiritual growth and development of psychic abilities."

Revati Nakshatra

commentary by Pdt. David Frawley:

"Pusha desired, "May I become the lord of the animals."

  • One who makes the appropriate offering to Pusha, to Revati,

  • becomes lord of the animals.

Revati gives lordship over domestic cattle, richness of harvest and fertile fields.

Those born under this Nakshatra like the good things of life

  • but as are in harmony with nature."

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Fruit of Madhuca Indica

the "Honey Tree"

sacred to Revati

Revatika Nakshatra commentary by BPL:

Pushan the Conductor

* the trail-guide

* the wayshower

* the ferryboat captain

* the shepherd

Guru and Budha have a somewhat adversarial relationship because they both compete for the mental attention.

  • Professor Guru wishes to call one's attention to theoretical, ideological philosophy and inclusive reality

  • Professor Budha wants to call the attention to the minutia of daily life and worldly business.

Naturally Guru dislikes Budha the Teenager who has no view of the long-term future however Budha simply disregards Wise Teacher Guru therefore Budha is not bothered.

As a result the native is typically rather lucky , able to move freely from one mental engagement to the next, like a monkey with long agile arms swinging from one tree branch to the next. Revatika are typically unconcerned with matters of the distant past, and although capable short-term planners due to the Budha influence Revatika are not worried or even much aware of broader philosophical issues.

  • As always with the impressionable Budha -ruled nakshatra, Budha's rashi ruker and bhava lord will determine the behavioral outcome.

  • As a general rule, Revatika the Shining Light = very nice, but not very deep

Beast-whisperers

Revatika's special hearing intelligence interacts mainly with herd animals and cetacean pods but also potentially with seed-bearing trees and plants which migrate, move together

Pazu = flock of animals, or any source of "moveable wealth". Revatika = The one in possession of treasury, the one with financial well-being.

Pushanya natives often display a deep affinity for animal life. They may be found in the musical sound specialties modernly called for example "horse-whisperer" or "cetacean-swimmer" wherein their innate sound sensitivities to prosody, rate, rhythm, intonation, and fluctuation of the sonar wavelengths gives a powerful gift of intuitive communication (Budha) with second-dimensional creatures.

Professionally, Revatika natives with scientific abilities may find vocations in animal medicine, veterinary sciences, and eco-tourism such as safari travel (Revatika the shepherd) which focuses on interaction with higher-order beasts.

Pashupati (Shiva) the lord of animals calls attention to the freedom, alacrity, and grace of animal movement from one small concern to the next. Animals are blessed by a lack of engagement with the larger truths of existence. Animals are focused on the minutia of their immediate environment (Budha) and seem to be protected by God from the suffering caused by complex human problems.

Pushan = the ferryman, yearning to cross over, shooting in great curves like a star, a great arch, a rainbow, or a bridge, or the suckers of a wide-spreading plant.


Revatika likes to guide + rescue those who deserve special protection: children and animals .

  • Natives are often found in pediatric and veterinary medicine, social work, family law, emergency response.

  • Also animal protective shelters and activism.

Chandra in Revatika * comforted by wayfaring rhythms = particularly strong in the child-rescue activity, following their dharma to lead children on a path away from harm

Under influence of Shani (laws and social programs), the Budha-ruled Revatika may serve as Advancers of child-safety laws, infant-care education, and family-support programming.

Loves one's own children passionately, but need not produce own children to enact the Revatika dharma of caring for, protecting, leading children out of harm's way (and animals and the weak) .

Revatika often realizes it is necessary to save or protect the mother in order to rescue the child, so engagement with mother-child social activism is common in this Nakshatra

Revatika males may go to the extent of marrying the mother in order to help the child.

Males with Revatika in either the radical lagna or the navamsha lagna are frequently adoptive parents, adopting children either by preference or as a supplement to producing biological offspring.

Sanskrit Vocabulary for Revati Nakshatra

Revatee

The fifth Nakshatra

A female demon presiding over a partic. disease,

  • or of a Yogini (sometimes identified with Durga or with Aditi)

  • Tiaridium Indicum; Jasminum Grandiflorum

  • "The wealthy ones " or "the shining ones" (applied to cows and the waters)

  • The divine mothers


pauSNa

  • pUSan; belonging or relating or sacred to Pushan

  • relating to the sun; the Nakshatra Revati


pUSan

a Vedic deity, originally connected with the sun,

and therefore the surveyor of all things

  • and the conductor of journeys on the way to the next world,

Often associated with Soma or the Moon as protector of the universe;

  • he is, moreover, regarded as the keeper of flocks and herds and bringer of prosperity.

  • In the Brahmanas, He is represented as having lost his teeth and feeding on a kind of gruel,

whence he is called karambha.

in later times he is one of the 12 Adityas and regent of the Nakshatra Revati

Paushna; the Sun

growth, increase; the earth

Rising Nakshatra

Feminine Nativities

Revati * Pashu

  • Shil-Ponde (1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra. p 101


BPL commentary: For Revati nativities, nativities, the condition of Professor Budha considerably affects the outcome. Siblings, neighbors, collaborators, publishers, messengers, merchants and texts may be especially influential.

"... defect in hearing.

the native is a person of clean morals

  • and is popular with her own sex.

She is fond of pets and animals.

She is a very good housekeeper

  • and likes interior decoration and design .

Her face is laughing, always with dimples,

  • and she usually has black or dark brown eyes with curly hair."

Feminine Nativities

  • Revati in radical lagna

  • see also: Chandra in Revati * comforted by wayfaring rhythms

  • Meena = 7th from Budha's mulatrikona = 7th from negotiations, relationships, attraction-repulsion, bargain, deal, agreement, balance

  • Swing Time 1911-1995 Ginger Rogers

  • balladeer Sheryl Crow

  • "9 to 5" singer-entrepreneur Dolly Parton

  • "Fleetwood Mac" balladeer Stevie Nicks

  • choreographer-dancer Martha Graham

Feminine nativities:

Revati navamsha lagna

Rising Nakshatra

Masculine Nativities

Revati * Pashu

  • QUOTATION from Shil-Ponde. (1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra . p 89


BPL commentary: For Revati nativities, nativities, the condition of Professor Budha considerably affects the outcome. Siblings, neighbors, collaborators, publishers, messengers, merchants and texts may be especially influential.

"... often distinguished by a birthmark on the thigh.

They usually have well formed and beautiful physiques

  • although not necessarily large or robust

They are fond of their family and friends

  • and very sociable and hospitable .

They may not be born to wealth

  • but they have the ability to accumulate the good things of life

  • through their own efforts and usually will.

They will know how to enjoy wisely and well the fruits of their endeavors.

These people are wise and intelligent

  • and make excellent counselors to those who are in trouble
  • or are in a dilemma over some problem of life."

Masculine Nativity

Meena = Budha's nichha-amza = 7th from negotiations, relationships, attraction-repulsion, bargain, deal, agreement, balance

Masculine nativity:

Revati navamsha lagna * swamsha

QUOTATION

General Description of Revati

characteristics -- from Das / Behari

"You will have a very good physique,

  • a moderately tall and symmetrical body with a fair complexion.

  • You are very clean in your heart, sincere in dealings and soft-spoken.

  • You have a knack of dealings with others as per the occasion warrants.

  • You do not give much heed to others unnecessarily.


Since you have a completely independent life

  • you are easily hurt when resistance arises.

You cannot keep anything secret for long.

You will not blindly believe even your loved ones.

  • But once you take somebody into confidence,

  • it is not easy for you to keep away from them out of attachment.


You are very hot-tempered.

Come what may, acting according to your inner calling is your principle.

You try to observe the principle which you feel is correct

  • and resist tooth and nail till the end for achieving or following that principle.

You draw premature conclusions on any matter.

You are god fearing, superstitious, religious

  • and rigid in the observance of orthodox culture and principles.


You are stubborn and ambitious. Even a slightest failure of ideas or plan will give you maximum torture.

Out of all the 27 Nakshatra born persons,

  • Revati born persons are the most god fearing and are religiously much inclined.

Hence they also enjoy the maximum blessings.

You will be interested in

  • scientific solutions,

  • historical research and

  • ancient cultures.

You will be known publicly for merits in any one of the three fields mentioned above:

Ancient cultures include astrology and astronomy also.

  • You can be a good physician , astrologer or poet.

If you are employed in a government organization you can be the most successful person.


Revati born are mostly settled in foreign countries.

  • When I say foreign countries, it includes a quite reasonable distance from one's own birth place.

You will come up in life through your own efforts.

Your intelligence and ability are the inherent quality at birth.

You cannot stick to any particular field of work or job for long.


You cannot expect to gain much compared to the ratio between work and reward till your 50th year.

Between 23 and 26 years will be a good period

whereas between 27 to 42 years of age will mark a lot of problems

  • both financially, mentally and socially.

It is only after your 50th year you can think of a worriless and stable life.

You cannot have any help from relatives or father.

  • In other words, you are unlucky to enjoy the benefits from near and dear ones.

However, your married life will be moderately good.

  • Your spouse will be quite an adjusting type .

You are prone to fever, dysentery or dental diseases, intestinal ulcers and ear problem."

Description of the Pada (quarters) of Revati Nakshatra

Revati Pada-1 * Dhanuzya navamsha


Masculine Nativities


Feminine Nativities

QUOTATION from Das / Behari =


QUOTATION Description of the Four Pada (quarters) of Revati - for the Male only* - from: QUOTATION from Shil-Ponde. (1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra. p 114

"Is small of stature, and has a heavy walk.

  • Is rich in money and in property.

  • May be a prominent lawyer, magistrate or judge.

  • Becomes unhappy through his wealth in the latter part of his life.

May become a very prominent figure .

  • Marries happily, but the marriage may have a tragic ending.

Is very charitable;

  • never relies on his friends;

  • is quiet and happy.

Suffers from gastric indigestion."

Revati Nakshatra Pada-2 * Makara navamsha


Masculine Nativities

Feminine Nativities

  • Swing Time 1911-1995 Ginger Rogers * acquired substantial wealth through ownership of landed properties, using the proceeds of her cinema career

QUOTATION from Das / Behari


QUOTATION Description of the Four Pada (quarters) of Revati - for the Male only* - QUOTATION from Shil-Ponde. (1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra. p 114

same as pada-1

"Is small of stature, and has a heavy walk.

  • Is rich in money and in property.

  • May be a prominent lawyer, magistrate or judge.

  • Becomes unhappy through his wealth in the latter part of his life.

May become a very prominent figure .

  • Marries happily, but the marriage may have a tragic ending.

Is very charitable;

  • never relies on his friends;

  • is quiet and happy.

Suffers from gastric indigestion."

Revati Nakshatra Pada-3 * Kumbha navamsha


Masculine Nativities


Feminine Nativities

  • dancer, choreographer Martha Graham

  • "9 to 5" singer-entrepreneur Dolly Parton

QUOTATION from Das / Behari =

  • "Your first year may have been marked with injury or illness."


QUOTATION Description of the Four Pada (quarters) of Revati - for the Male only* - from: Shil-Ponde.(1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra. p 114

same as pada-1

"Is small of stature, and has a heavy walk.

  • Is rich in money and in property.

  • May be a prominent lawyer, magistrate or judge.

  • Becomes unhappy through his wealth in the latter part of his life.

May become a very prominent figure .

  • Marries happily, but the marriage may have a tragic ending.

Is very charitable;

  • never relies on his friends;

  • is quiet and happy.

Suffers from gastric indigestion."

Revati Pada-4 * Meena navamsha


Masculine Nativities


Feminine Nativities

QUOTATION from Das / Behari =


QUOTATION Description of the Four Pada (quarters) of Revati - for the Male only* - from: QUOTATION from Shil-Ponde. (1939). Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra. p 114

same as pada-1

"Is small of stature, and has a heavy walk.

  • Is rich in money and in property.

  • May be a prominent lawyer, magistrate or judge.

  • Becomes unhappy through his wealth in the latter part of his life.

May become a very prominent figure .

  • Marries happily, but the marriage may have a tragic ending.

Is very charitable;

  • never relies on his friends;

  • is quiet and happy.

Suffers from gastric indigestion."

14th Dalai Lama 1935- Policy of Kindness Tenzing Gyatso . (2001).

Dzogchen: The Heart Essence of the Great Perfection.

Thupten Jinpa and Richard Barron (Trans.), Patrick Gaffney (Ed.), foreword by Sogyal Rinpoche.

"Question: How can Dzogchen help us in our daily jobs and careers?


Dalai Lama: ...it is quite difficult to have an experience of Dzogchen,

but once you do have that experience, it can be extremely beneficial in dealing with your day to day life, your job, and your career.

This is because that kind of experience will give you the ability to prevent yourself from being overwhelmed by circumstances, good or bad.

You will not fall into extreme states of mind: you will not get over-excited or depressed.

Your attitude toward circumstances and events will be

  • As if you were someone observing the mind, without being drawn away by circumstances.

For example, when you see a reflection of a form in a mirror, the reflection appears within the mirror

  • but it is not projected from within. In the same way,

  • when you confront the situations of life, or deal with others,

  • your attitude too will be mirror-like.

Also, when a reflection appears in the mirror, the mirror does not have to go after the object that is reflected:

  • it simply reflects, spontaneously, on the surface.

    The same with you: since there is no attachment or agitation at having these 'reflections' in your mind,

    you will feel tremendous ease and relief.

You are not preoccupied by what arises in the mind, nor does it cause you any distress.

You are free from conceptuality or any form of objectifying.

And so it really does help you,

in allowing you to be free from being caught up in the play of emotion s like hatred, attachment, and the like."

The Path to Enlightenment

  • by 14th Dalai Lama 1935- Policy of Kindness Tenzing Gyatso

  • edited and translated by Glenn H. Mullin

  • p. 97

"Seeking a Place of Refuge.

A spiritual aspirant requires a model, something he or she can look up to as an ideal and thus find guidance and inspiration. In Buddhism this is the Triple Gem, or the Three Jewels of Refuge: the Buddhas, Dharma and Sangha.

When we think of the fully enlightened Buddhas--the beings who have purified their minds of all stains and obscurations and who have expanded their wisdom to the limits of existence--we feel very attracted and awed; but somehow there always seems to be a great distance between the Buddhas and us.

  • Therefore, there is the refuge of Sangha, the community of spiritual aspirants, the assembly of practitioners dwelling in the various stages of practice and attainment.

These beings provide us with a perspective on the path. We have to look up to the Sangha, but not as far as to the Buddhas. The Sangha make us think,"This person is not that far ahead of me. If I just make a bit more effort...." They give us confidence for spiritual practice. Sometimes they make us feel like we can even race them to enlightenment.

  • These are the Sangha of spiritual friends.

Thoughts of the Buddhas make us numb with admiration; thoughts of the Sangha cause us to jump to it and to apply ourselves with zeal to the spiritual path. This path and the methods for traversing it are the third Jewel of Refuge, the Dharma.

  • This is the collection of teachings to be practiced and the realizations to be attained."

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