Meet the Cards: Elder of Water

What I See:

Gaian-Tarot-Elder-WaterWater is a passive element and I certainly get a feeling of patience looking at this card. The colors are soft, yet cool like predawn. I can hear the gentle lapping of the water against the boat. Feel the sway. He looks like a fisherman and “the early bird catches the worm” comes to mind. Something has caught his attention and I can’t help but wonder what. A bird? A glimpse of the Aurora Borealis? An incoming storm? And we have the seal, which according to the book is a reminder to pay attention to our dreams.

General Water element/Cups suit:

Please refer back to the Ace of Water

Light (upright) Reading:

You are a comforting presence to others.

  • Keywords: Consideration, Understanding, Dignity, Protectiveness, or Passion.

Shadow (upside down or reverse) Reading:

You may be lost at sea, emotionally.

  • Keywords: Obsession, Paranoia, Nihilism, Duplicitous, or Sleaziness.

Plots:

How about a story around that breath of time between dream and wakefulness? An “early bird get the worm” tale? The changing seasons?

A fisherman’s tale, or anyone who makes their living off the water. Perhaps a devoted family man?

How about King Neptune? Seal = Selkie for me but any water related shifter story might work.

  • Elder Themes: Competence, Authority, Respect, Decision Making, Mastery, Leadership, or Prowess.

Or perhaps explore the flip side, in Tarot for Writers, Corrine Kenner says the King of Cups is “a man in a powerful position who could be shifty in his business dealings.” A crook? A hypocrite?

Characters:

“I seek out the wild and magical places that fill my heart with gratitude.” ~Joanna Powell Colbert

  • Suit Archetype/Feudal Class: Clergy and Priestly class.

MBTI: ENFJ (Extraverted Intuitive Feeling Judging)

The nine-point personality enneagram can also be useful for character building.

Elders/Kings are E2: Helper and/or Giver

  • Self Image — I help
  • Passion — Pride
  • Virtue — Freedom
  • Narcissistic Trap — Service
  • Avoids — Needs
  • Speaking Style — Flattering or Advising

E2 people are relationship oriented. They are concerned with what others think of them, image and prestige. They see themselves as being for others and often believe they know what’s best. They dislike being alone and may feel sad or inadequate.

Additionally, look up one of the Water signs (Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces) for personality traits.

  • Careers: Health Care/Medicine, Ministry, Therapist/Counselor, Education, Fine Arts, Scientists, Research and Development, Customer Service, Navy, and Private Investigation.
  • Recreation: Weights, Iyengar Yoga, Kick-Boxing, Pilates, Swimming, and Anything that allows them to channel their intensity and devotion.

For more information on the Elders in general, please refer back to the Elder of Fire.

Image: Gaian Tarot by Joanna Powell Colbert from Llewellyn Worldwide

Meet the Cards: Guardian of Water

What I See:

Gaian-Tarot-Guardian-WaterMy first thought…mermaid. She looks like she’s beckoning. I imagine she’s saying, “The water is fine. Don’t worry, I’m right here and won’t let anything bad happen.” I see a teacher or guide in that. But I also hear the siren’s call. According to the book, the sea turtle represents “peace, longevity, and the ability to find our way home.” Water is the emotional element but it’s hard not to think about the cleansing and nourishing aspects as well. Queens are the mature woman, the mothers and grandmothers.

General Water element/Cups suit:

Please refer back to the Ace of Water

Light (upright) Reading:

Trust in your intuition.

  • Keywords: Receptiveness, Caring, Nurturing, Empathy, or Musing.

Shadow (upside down or reverse) Reading:

Beware of personal troubles spilling over onto others.

  • Keywords: Hypersensitivity, Fluctuating Moods, Irrational, Manipulation, or Self-Pity.

Plots:

A mermaid, or perhaps Selkie, tale? Perhaps being stranded on an island and living off the sea? Or any sea/ocean related story…pirates, Navy, alien planet. Living on the seashore? Or maybe a swim teacher? Lifeguard?

She looks like she’s squatting, almost like she’s going to give birth in the water, perhaps a first-time mother or midwife. Or perhaps the helicopter mum, smothering her children?

Queens are Water with Water, perhaps an oracle (in the traditional sense) or an empath?

Tarot for Writers by Corrine Kenner talks about the Queen of Cups representing the perfect wife and mother, and I can’t help but picture a Stepford Wives type story.

  • Guardian Themes: Understanding, Persuasion, Communication, Teaching, Nurturing, Emotional Awareness, Creativity, Intuition, or Leadership.

Characters:

“I trust the waters of love and compassion flowing from my heart.” ~Joanna Powell Colbert

  • Suit Archetype/Feudal Class: Clergy and Priestly class.

MBTI: INFJ (Introverted Intuitive Feeling Judging)

The nine-point personality enneagram can also be useful for character building.

Guardians/Queens are E4: Tragic Romantic, Individualist, and/or Connoisseur

  • Self Image — I am different
  • Passion — Envy
  • Virtue — Equanimity
  • Narcissistic Trap — Authenticity
  • Avoids — Ordinariness
  • Speaking Style — Lyrical or Lamenting

E4 people are relationship oriented. They are concerned with what others think of them, image and prestige. They see themselves as being for others and often believe they know what’s best. They dislike being alone and may feel sad or inadequate.

Additionally, look up one of the Water signs (Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces) for personality traits.

  • Careers: Psychic, Healer, Nurse/Medical Assistance, Arts and Crafts, Interior Decorator, Designer, Social Worker, Counselor/Therapist, Chef, and Acting.
  • Recreation: Swimming, Tantra Yoga, Pilates, Running, Rowing, and Anything to help one flow with life.

For more information on the Guardians in general, please refer back Guardian of Air.

Image: Gaian Tarot by Joanna Powell Colbert from Llewellyn Worldwide

Meet the Cards: Explorer of Water

What I See:

Gaian-Tarot-Explorer-Water“Everybody’s gone surfin’…” Sorry, having a Beach Boys moment there.

I imagine surfers have to be in the moment, something I don’t generally associate with Water. Yet there is definitely a sense of being one with the element. He even has a dolphin swimming at his side which, according to the book, represents balance and harmony.

On the other hand, Water is the emotional element so I imagine he’s very in tune with his feelings and spirituality and creativity. I’m also guessing he’s an adrenaline junky. He pushes his boundaries, or limits. A rather heady combo.

General Water element/Cups suit:

Please refer back to the Ace of Water

Light (upright) Reading:

Others are drawn toward your inner joy.

  • Keywords: Creative, Chivalrous, Romantic, Gallant, or Charming.

Shadow (upside down or reverse) Reading:

Beware of boundaries, respect others’ and establish yours.

  • Keywords: Flighty, Impractical, Escapism, Illusionary, or Addictions.

Plots:

Exploring a new sport. A surfing competition? The book says, “dances on Mama Gaia’s belly,” perhaps there is a story in that phrase.

How about a shape-shifter tale? Or a marine biologist? Perhaps an adventure upon the seas. A cruise? A shipboard murder mystery, or a romance. Maybe your setting is on islands. Or your MC ran away to, is stranded on, an island?

Or maybe your focus is the emotional aspect of Water, a rescue? A quest? Or the creative such as a poet? Perhaps a musician.

Perhaps getting lost in fantasy. Escapism? Or maybe, bring the fantasy to life. How about a dreamer?

  • Explorer Themes: Energy, Passion, Motion Towards Goal, Intention, Focus, Single-mindedness, Idealism, Vitality, or Lust for Life.

Tarot for Writers by Corrine Kenner talks about the Knight of Cups being a romantic hero. A love ‘em and leave ‘em type. Perhaps a story where your MC meets their match.

Characters:

“I am riding the deep waves of joy and peace in my life.” – Joanna Powell Colbert

  • Suit Archetype/Feudal Class: Clergy and Priestly class.

MBTI: ENFP (Extroverted Intuitive Feeling Perceiving)

The nine-point personality enneagram can also be useful for character building.

 Explorers/Knights/Princes are E7: Epicure, Enthusiast, Visionary, Dream, and/or Generalist

  • Self Image — I am happy
  • Passion — Gluttony, Over-indulgence, or Charlatanry
  • Virtue — Sobriety
  • Narcissistic Trap — Idealism
  • Avoids — Pain
  • Speaking Style — Garrulous or Story-telling

E7 people are ruled by their head. They need to understand the pattern of events, where all the pieces fit in the puzzle of life, and are often detached from their emotions. Their objectivity may hide feelings of isolation or confusion.

Additionally, look up one of the Water signs (Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces) for personality traits.

  • Careers: The Arts, Higher Education, Organizational and Personal Development, Public Relations, Catering, Film and Television, Bartender, Hospitality, Musician, and Song-Writer/Poet.
  • Recreation: Dancing, Gymnastics, Surfing, Ananda Yoga, Tai Chi, and Anything playful which nourishes the body.

For more information on the Explorers in general, please refer back Explorer of Earth.

Image: Gaian Tarot by Joanna Powell Colbert from Llewellyn Worldwide

Meet the Cards: Child of Water

Generally, all Pages:

  • Learning, Wondering, Beginning.
  • Express the Earth aspect of their suit, or element.
  • Correspond to the Tens.
  • Symbolize the student, apprentice, or servant.
  • Serve as a catalyst of change.
  • For additional info on the Children check out Tarot Elements’ post: Pages and Princesses.

What I See:

Gaian-Tarot-Child-WaterI love the sense of wonder I get looking at this image. I remember being that little girl standing in the cold water seeing my first starfish. Light is dancing on the water making the rocks and shells almost look like jewels. I can hear the waves rippling around her. I can smell the musty scent you only encounter by the ocean. I can taste the salt in the air.

Who am I kidding? I’m ready to run away to the beach, LOL.

General Water element/Cups suit:

Please refer back to the Ace of Water

Light (upright) Reading:

Embrace your emotions and imagination/dreams.

  • Keywords: Sympathetic, Tender, Intuitive, Aesthetic, or Affectionate.

Shadow (upside down or reverse) Reading:

Beware of being oversensitive.

  • Keywords: Naive, Indolent, Promiscuous, Fluffy-Bunny, or Daydreaming.

Plots:

Perhaps a family vacation. A first trip to the ocean. Or maybe, weave your story around an ocean biologist. An Eco-terrorist? What about a beach clean-up group?

How about a retelling of Atlantis, or some other underwater society? Perhaps your MC can talk to the marine animals.

Water is the emotional element, perhaps your MC is experiencing first love. Or maybe they’ve been disappointed by love? Perhaps that child is your MC’s inner child.

  • Child Themes: Curiosity, Hope, Innocence, Opening, Trust, Beginnings, Novelty, Growth, Study, or Apprenticeship.

Characters:

“I imagine a life filled with love, art, and spirituality.” ~Joanna Powell Colbert

  • Suit Archetype/Feudal Class: Clergy and Priestly class.

MBTI:  INFP (Introverted Intuitive Feeling Perceiving)

The nine-point personality enneagram can also be useful for character building.

Children/Pages/Princesses are E9: Mediator, Peacemaker, and/or Preservationist

  • Self Image — I am content
  • Passion — Indolence, Laziness, or Accidia
  • Virtue — Diligence
  • Narcissistic Trap — Self-abasement
  • Avoids — Conflict
  • Speaking Style — Monotonous or Rambling

E9 people are instinctive, spontaneous, and intuitive. Their “gut” feeling is the center of their awareness. They are often direct or territorial. They are concerned with power, ruled by aggression, and may be troubled by self-doubt or self-blame.

Additionally, look up one of the Water signs (Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces) for personality traits.

  • Careers: Student of the Arts and Humanities, Social Work, Healer, Psychic, Puppetry, Writing and Poetry, Acting, Non-Profit Organizations, Volunteer Services, and Design Student.
  • Recreation: Surfing, Scuba-Diving, Swimming, Yoga, Gymnastics, and Anything fun which enables them to find emotional release.

Image: Gaian Tarot by Joanna Powell Colbert from Llewellyn Worldwide

Meet the Cards: Ten of Water

What I See:

Gaian-Tarot-Ten-WaterThis is one of my favorite cards. Typically, the image shows a man and a woman overlooking a couple of children playing. It has always given me a sense of happily-ever-after (or at least for right now). This image is more primal to me. We have the salmon who swim downstream to the ocean just to struggle upstream to lay their eggs in the same spot they hatched only to die. We see that here. We have the living salmon in the water and the decaying ones on the bank. This makes me think of a Billy Ray Cyrus song, one line in particular, “All gave some and some gave all.” I definitely get a sense of trying one’s best.

General Water element/Cups suit:

Please refer back to the Ace of Water

Light (upright) Reading:

You are feeling balance within the cycle of life.

  • Keywords: Unity, Domestic Harmony, Optimism, or Wholeness.

Shadow (upside down or reverse) Reading:

Beware of feeling overwhelmed, it’s okay to ask for help.

  • Keywords: Delinquent Behavior, Impermanence, Smothering, or Overflowing Emotions.

Plots:

Perhaps a play on the descent and return of the salmon cycle? Or even a story with that at its center. How about a visit to fish ladder? Or a dam? Perhaps your hero/ine works for Fish and Wildlife.

How about a generational story? Or returning to one’s roots?

For you horror folks, how about a serial killer? I don’t know about you, but that kind of looks like a body dump site to me.

  • Ten Themes: Transition, Transformation, or Endings and Beginnings.

As I mentioned above, traditionally, this is a card of home and family. Perhaps, Home Sweet Home is your theme. How about a marriage? A family with young children?

How about a promise? Or a goal?

Characters:

You have given your best.

  • Suit Archetype/Feudal Class: Clergy and Priestly class.

Additionally, look up one of the Water signs (Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces) for personality traits.

For more information on the Tens in general, please refer back to the Ten of Fire.

Image: Gaian Tarot by Joanna Powell Colbert from Llewellyn Worldwide

Meet the Cards: Nine of Water

Gaian-Tarot-Nine-Water

What I See:

There’s a whispiness to her that makes me think of spirits wandering. I have a sense of her rising from the sea, breathing life into the Selkie myth. The colors bring to mind the ocean after a storm. Or maybe, the calm before the storm.

Seeing the light. With her arms open wide, whether spiritually or physically or emotionally, she is embracing fulfillment. The book says she’s standing in a sea cave but the edges are blurred enough she could be standing on the banks of a stream in a forest. I love the duality of that.

General Water element/Cups suit:

Please refer back to the Ace of Water

Light (upright) Reading:

All is well.

  • Keywords: Happiness, Wishes Fulfilled, Sensual Pleasure, or Bliss.

Shadow (upside down or reverse) Reading:

Beware of shutting down your emotions.

  • Keywords: Extravagance, Superficiality, Hedonism, or Addiction.

Plots:

With that shining light, perhaps a life after death story. How about a ghost story? Maybe a tale about a medium or tarot reader? There’s an otherworldly feel to the image so perhaps time-travel or aliens or shifters.

With her arms outstretched like that, perhaps she’s a shaman or some other spiritual guide. Maybe she’s on a vision quest?

How about a mythic helper who seems ordinary? (Perhaps refer back to The Writers Journey by Christopher Vogler for mythic archetypes.)

  • Nine Themes: Self-mastery, Solitude, Wisdom, Experience, or Completion.

Typically, this card shows a barkeep/innkeeper leaning against a wall lined with cups. Perhaps your character is a bartender? Or maybe, you use a bartender to extract your character’s secrets.

Tarot for Writers by Corrine Kenner points out that the bartender could be looked at as a “low-rent High Priestess” — perhaps a story lurks there.

Characters:

Harmony with the Divine.

  • Suit Archetype/Feudal Class: Clergy and Priestly class.

Additionally, look up one of the Water signs (Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces) for personality traits.

For more information on the Nines in general, please refer back to the Nine of Air.

Image: Gaian Tarot by Joanna Powell Colbert from Llewellyn Worldwide

Meet the Cards: Eight of Water

Gaian-Tarot-Eight-Water

What I See:

We have the Water element with the woman swimming in the river (also in the colors). It appears as though the woman is going against the current. I have a sense she’s staying true to herself. She has a determined set to her face. Is she pushing her endurance? Or just intent on reaching the shore? And I wonder what’s going through her mind.

This plays to character arc, water representing emotion, and the journey our characters should travel through our pages. Of course, that we should learn and grow in our actual lives as well.

General Water element/Cups suit:

Please refer back to the Ace of Water

Light (upright) Reading:

You have courage and strength and determination.

  • Keywords: Cleansing, Spiritual Quest, Travel, or Moving On.

Shadow (upside down or reverse) Reading:

Beware of letting the past prevent change.

  • Keywords: Indolence, Energy Drain, Escapism, or Avoidance.

Plots:

Perhaps a story about pursuing one’s dreams. Or the search for something missing? Perhaps an emotional journey. Or a spiritual quest? A pilgrimage?

Maybe running away?

A camping trip? A lazy spring afternoon? Cooling off on a sizzling summer day? Training for a swimming event?

  • Eight Themes: Taking Action, Energy, Self-directed Movement, Empowerment, or Transforming Vision into Reality.

Typically, this card shows eight cups in the foreground with a man walking away toward mountains in the distance. Perhaps a theme comparing material wealth to spiritual or emotional relationships. Or of overcoming obstacles?

Characters:

Staying true to yourself and your path.

  • Suit Archetype/Feudal Class: Clergy and Priestly class.

Additionally, look up one of the Water signs (Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces) for personality traits.

For more information on the Eights in general, please refer back to the Eight of Earth.

Image: Gaian Tarot by Joanna Powell Colbert from Llewellyn Worldwide

Meet the Cards: Seven of Water

Generally, all Sevens:

  • Express self-knowledge of their suit, or element.
  • Reflect the themes and wisdom of the Chariot.
  • Symbolize focus and goals.
  • Can be the plot point turning into the final act; the character’s re-dedication to the path; or anytime “saying no to the good, in order to say yes to the great” applies.
  • Begins the final set of mini-dramas, representing conscious choice, mentioned in the Numbers in Tarot post.
  • For additional info on Sevens check out Tarot Notes Take a Number series on Sevens.

What I See:

Gaian-Tarot-Seven-WaterBesides the obvious water behind the man, the colors are the first Water element feel I get as I look at this card. The various containers are the next items to capture my gaze. Each piece of glass is unique, yet similar in purpose…rather like us humans, joined by our humanity yet uniquely individual.

We often talk about refilling the well and this is a great visual of that. I also get a sense of making a choice. What made him choose that goblet over any of the other containers? There’s also a feeling of commitment…he’s drinking down the entire contents.

General Water element/Cups suit:

Please refer back to the Ace of Water

Light (upright) Reading:

Let your intuition guide you and make a decision.

  • Keywords: Creative Visualization, Imagination, Variety, or Dreams.

Shadow (upside down or reverse) Reading:

Beware of indecision. Take action, you can change course once you’re moving forward again.

  • Keywords: Debauchery, Delusional, Temptation, or Self-Deception.

Plots:

A refilling the well tale comes to mind. Following dreams. Choosing action, or one path over another. Perhaps a ‘choose-your-own-adventure’ story?

There are seven birds and seven containers, perhaps seven is a reoccurring theme in your story? Seven days of the week. Seven virtues. Seven colors of the rainbow. Seven musical notes in a scale. Seven Chakras. Seven Alchemists’ metals. Seven deadly sins. Seven gifts of the Holy Spirit. Seven tests for your MC to master?

How about a genie-in-the-bottle tale? A glass bottle collector?

Perhaps, your story is exploring the darker side. Is he a drunk? Maybe your MC is paralyzed by fear or unable to make a decision and move forward in life, career, or a relationship?

  • Seven Themes: Initiation, Focus, Inner Work, Setting Intentions, or Self-awareness.

Typically, this card shows a man’s back to us with seven cups floating in/on clouds. There’s more of a daydream feel to it, perhaps, your character is lost in daydreams. Perhaps the cups are awards or trophies. Or, maybe, ‘all that glitters is not gold’?

Characters:

Commit to you dream.

  • Suit Archetype/Feudal Class: Clergy and Priestly class.

The personality enneagram, a nine-pointed array of personality types, might also be a useful reference for character building.

All Sevens are E7: Epicure, Enthusiast, Visionary, Dream, and/or Generalist

  • Self Image — I am happy
  • Passion — Gluttony, Over-indulgence, or Charlatanry
  • Virtue — Sobriety
  • Narcissistic Trap — Idealism
  • Avoids — Pain
  • Speaking Style — Garrulous or Story-telling

E7 people are ruled by their head. They need to understand the pattern of events, where all the pieces fit in the puzzle of life, and are often detached from their emotions. Their objectivity may hide feelings of isolation or confusion.

Additionally, look up one of the Water signs (Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces) for personality traits.

Image: Gaian Tarot by Joanna Powell Colbert from Llewellyn Worldwide

Meet the Cards: Six of Water

What I See:

Greeting the dawn? Celebrating in the twilight? I love the realness of the women’s bodies. I don’t get a sense of embarrassment at being too heavy or too short or too whatever. I get a sense of love and joy and togetherness. The water element feeling comes from more than the obvious water of the river, or sea. We see it in the colors, the sense of motion in the ripples seen in the water, and the women standing waist deep. No, dancing. There’s even a seal seeking to join in. According to the book, this is a Summer Solstice celebration of “mermaid” sisters. I rather like that image.

General Water element/Cups suit:

Please refer back to the Ace of Water

Light (upright) Reading:

You are fully present in the moment.

  • Keywords: Nostalgia, Harmony Restored, Courting, or Decorating.

Shadow (upside down or reverse) Reading:

You may be nostalgic, beware of brooding about the past.

  • Keywords: Dwelling in the Past, Clinging, Immaturity, or Vanity.

Plots:

With that seal as the sixth member of the group, I can’t help but think of a Selkie story. How about a mermaid tale? Is this a group of friends? Sisters? Cousins? Or generational…grandmother, mother, daughter? Perhaps a Maiden-Mother-Crone story?

How about a cleansing ritual? Perhaps one of the women is getting married, or just had a child. Or maybe one of the women is washing away her grief.

Perhaps this is an act of magic? Perhaps the women are opening a whirlpool into another time, or dimension? Maybe this is a fountain of youth story.

What about a message in a bottle story?

  • Six Themes: Reciprocity, Collaboration, Peak Experience, Interaction, or Community.

Characters:

You are experiencing joy through your close connections.

  • Suit Archetype/Feudal Class: Clergy and Priestly class.

Additionally, look up one of the Water signs (Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces) for personality traits.

For more information on the Sixes in general, please refer back to the Six of Fire.

Image: Gaian Tarot by Joanna Powell Colbert from Llewellyn Worldwide

Meet the Cards: Five of Water

What I See:

Reflection. Whether the woman is depressed or grieving or regrets something, I get the sense of inner thoughts. She’s taking stock, reevaluating, and perhaps hoping for divine intervention. According to the book, she’s holding a scrying bowl.

This scene makes me think of the beaches along the Pacific NW coast. You don’t lay out and tan. You only swim if the weather is balmy, you have a wetsuit on, or you’re crazy, LOL. I’ve always referred to the beaches as ‘mood beaches’ and they are great places to walk and think.

There is a sense of loneliness but it feels like she went off on her own for a purpose. This is one of the rare cards where both the light and shadow keywords seem to apply no matter which way the card is drawn.

General Water element/Cups suit:

Please refer back to the Ace of Water

Light (upright) Reading:

Let healing flow, moving you out of the gloom.

  • Keywords: Renewal, Healing Rifts, Forgiveness, or Crossing Bridges.

Shadow (upside down or reverse) Reading:

“Being say may have become a habit that’s hard to break.”

  • Keywords: Betrayal, Abandonment, Disappointment, or Regret.

Plots:

With that gray fog, perhaps weather plays a key role in your story. How about a setting along a beach or riverside? There’s a boat in the distance, perhaps your MC has been lost at sea, or abandoned.

Perhaps, your story focuses on the supernatural — witches, shapeshifters, etc. How about a vision quest? Or a simple camping trip?

  • Five Themes: Challenge, Crisis, Conflict, Instability, or Change.

The traditional depiction of this card is similar in that we see a man gazing out over a river under a cloudy sky. There is more a sense of loss with the man’s head bowed. Perhaps, a study of grief?

In the background is a bridge, or a boat in this case, which often symbolizes a connection between worlds. Perhaps, even dimensions.

Characters:

Direct your gaze inward.

  • Suit Archetype/Feudal Class: Clergy and Priestly class.

Additionally, look up one of the Water signs (Cancer, Scorpio, Pisces) for personality traits.

For more information on the Fives in general, please refer back to the Five of Air.

Image: Gaian Tarot by Joanna Powell Colbert from Llewellyn Worldwide

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