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Teleporting Bottle and Feeling Resonance

Something amazing that happened to me the other day–I let go of a bottle of furniture polish, and it vanished without a trace or a sound!  I suspect I was able to find it again, thanks to feeling resonance with it.

On March 22, 2021, I had been watching a presentation by Dr. Dean Radin for the Institute of Noetic Sciences about Manifesting and Magic, and was contemplating some of what he had discussed in his talk covering some of what he writes in his book, “Real Magic.” I walked around the house, and got an almost empty bottle of Howard Feed-N-Wax and a rag, preparing to clean the dinner table.

As I walked into the kitchen, I closed the door behind me, and shook the bottle with a powerful downward shake, intending to move the contents of the bottle down toward the cap. The bottle slipped out of my fingers, and…. vanished without a trace or sound. I spun around and searched the entire kitchen, including the area where I expected it might have gone, toward the oven, where it surely would have made a loud sound if it had hit, but it was nowhere in the entire kitchen. I shook my head with amazement, smiled, and commented aloud, “That’s AMAZING!” At the time this experience unfolded, my mind was wandering, as I was walking and daydreaming about the topics that Dean had discussed about the power of mind-matter interaction, and a replication of his original intentional chocolate experiment (that I’d been a participant in) with intentional tea. So I had no primary intention in that exact moment.  I was in that optimal relaxed, energized state, while daydreaming about what Dr. Dean Radin had been talking about–‘real magic.’ Pretty much perfect conditions for teleporting take-off!

teleporting bottleMy first thought upon noticing the bottle had vanished was, “Well of course it can disappear like that when it’s out of my sight for an instant.”  My next thought was to search every place in the immediate vicinity where it might have ‘tunneled’ right through solid objects.  I opened the oven door and looked inside the oven.  I opened the refrigerator, which was not in the flight path, but was nearby, and checked inside.  I even looked inside the garbage container.  The bottle was in none of these places.  I checked down low, to see if perhaps the bottle might have gotten wedged under a cupboard, or down low by the oven.  In the process of looking where I would have expected to find the bottle, I did not find the bottle, but I did locate some magnetic rings that had been missing, and had somehow attached themselves to the underside of a baking sheet pan.  I realized with this discovery that I would not have checked this area for some time–until I next used that particular baking pan–so this part of the teleporting bottle experience now had a silver lining. 

Feeling in Resonance

Once I’d thoroughly inspected the kitchen area where the bottle had disappeared, and I wasn’t finding it anywhere, I realized that I might not see that bottle again.  I realized that would be OK, and not the end of the world, and smiled at the way I valued this event just as it was–which I was experiencing in that moment as a bottle that vanished.  I even laughed with the Cosmos, that such a thing could happen, and with this laugh, and acceptance, and relaxation, I also felt how much I appreciate that bottle of Feed-N-Wax, and how it would be nice if it showed up again somewhere, some time–and of course there would be no questions asked. 

I’ve often noticed the benefit of feeling in resonance with others when setting out to facilitate seemingly impossible outcomes.  I once promised a lost stray dog, “We’ll find your owner,” even though the dog would not let me touch its identification tags, nor pet it.  We did have moments of eye contact, and more than that, I felt a heart-centered connection with this canine.  This dog looked tired, as if it had been walking for hours, and it’s fur was damp with dew from its paws up each leg, along its belly, and part way up its chest.  I asked this dog out loud, “Where did you come from?”  After gazing at me for a few seconds, the dog turned its head quite deliberately to point toward the far-off city of Orinda, on the other side of this gigantic park.  The dog then turned its head back to gaze at me once more.  Thanks to feeling a sense of heartfelt resonance between the two of us, there was a palpable feeling of shared intention, based on genuine need.  Once I’d felt a sense of resonance and coherent, shared intent with this dog, I also felt a sense of certainty and inevitability that with two of us requiring that possible reality, then of course that will be the only reality that we will walk into.  I was not forming any elaborate plan in mind, but rather chose to walk with the dog, toward a solution for it to go home.  I could feel how much this dog needed to find its owner, and I shared that vision totally, to the point that I made a spoken promise aloud: “We’ll find your owner.”  And sure enough, that’s exactly what we did.  Within a few minutes of walking side-by-side along a hiking trail in our local park, relaxed in our shared company, we heard a woman’s voice on the paved road above us, just beyond some trees, “Derby?  Derby, is that you?”  Derby looked up at her, and with a sudden rush of joy and renewed vigor, bounded up the hill to meet her.  It turned out this woman had driven to the park from her home, many miles away in Orinda–exactly the direction that Derby had pointed out with his nose, when I asked where he was from! 

One of the wonderful aspects about contemplating the primary role of consciousness with regard to the physical world is that we can sometimes gain insights into the way we are always in conversation with the Cosmos, and that we have the ability–through our Free Will–to choose to be in resonance with others.  I remembered this, and renewed my sense of resonance with the bottle.  I then opened the kitchen door, walked across the hall into the living room, and was stunned to see the bottle there on the floor! Which was technically impossible, since it was too far for me to have flung it, and also the kitchen door was closed at the time.

The feeling of sharing intentions with others, and feeling kindness, compassion and reverence for others seems so deeply intertwined to me with experiencing positive reality shifts that I’m glad to be able to bring a focus of attention to it here today. 

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NOTES:

I had been watching an IONS special presentation featuring Dean Radin. It would be great if they post it on YouTube. I just looked and didn’t find it there, but I did find a fairly recent and equally fascinating interview with Michael Sandler interviewing Dean Radin on the “Inspire Nation” YouTube channel, discussing topics of resonance, effortless striving (with a sense of not being alone, but inviting support from others), and the intentional chocolate experiment, the intentional Oolong Tea experiment, and the blessed water and plants experiment results–as well as the possibility of a “PSI gene,” located in human so-called ‘junk DNA’ that is not particularly rare, but can be epigenitically expressed in some people who do have the gene.  You can view this excellent interview at: https://youtu.be/WmUOhS5Cwz4

I invite you to listen to my “Living the Quantum Dream” podcast episode, Real Magic with Dean Radin, about the science behind real magic of:  mental influence in the physical world, perception of events distant in space and time, and interactions with nonphysical entities.  Dean discusses parapsychology studies involving mediumship and channeling, and provides explanation for why if magic is real, we don’t often see large-scale evidence of magic in the world.  Dean shares some of the most surprising results he’s seen when experimental subjects have observed and interacted with photons, demonstrating how our scientific understanding of the world benefits from unexpected findings.

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QuantumJumps300x150adCynthia Sue Larson is the best-selling author of six books, including Quantum Jumps.  Cynthia has a degree in physics from UC Berkeley, an MBA degree, a Doctor of Divinity, and a second degree black belt in Kuk Sool Won. Cynthia is the founder of RealityShifters, and is president of the International Mandela Effect Conference. Cynthia hosts “Living the Quantum Dream” on the DreamVisions7 radio network, and has been featured in numerous shows including Gaia, the History Channel, Coast to Coast AM, One World with Deepak Chopra, and BBC. Cynthia reminds us to ask in every situation, “How good can it get?” Subscribe to her free monthly ezine at:
 
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Welcome to the Quantum Age

CynthiaWhile it’s true that we just left the Industrial Age behind a few short decades ago as we entered the Information Age, the times are again changing, as we are now arriving at the dawn of the Quantum Age.

Such a bold statement demands an explanation, I realize. Like most changes in eras of time throughout human history–from the Stone Age to the Bronze Age to the Iron Age to the Industrial Age and the Information Age–this one too is based on new ideas and technology. There is right now a race to build quantum computers, which is driving forward a staggering number of new discoveries in the realm of quantum physics on a weekly basis. These new Quantum Age computers are to our current classical Information Age computers as typewriters are to laptops… a technological leap forward in exponential orders of magnitude.This race to build the first working quantum computers is rocking our world to its very foundation, as quantum processes are being demonstrated at room temperatures on the macroscopic scale in repeatable laboratory conditions.

ENIACYou can better appreciate the origins of our current Information Age by taking a look at the first classical computers. Our first computers became commonplace in the 1930s and 1940s, with the hefty accomplishments of the ENIAC computer’s memorable debut. This gigantic milestone computer weighed in at thirty metric tons. Although it needed to be rewired in order to be reprogrammed initially and operated without any operating system, the ENIAC captured public attention and helped popularize the idea of computing as essential to everyday business and life. The first computers changed peoples’ lives and way of thinking far beyond what was originally envisioned, making the world better connected and informed than at any previous point in history.

Quantum Age Computing: The Power of the Qubit

Whereas classical computers are based on a principle of recordable, reproducible facts in the form of flat, two dimensional world of zeros and ones, Quantum Age computers are based on the physics of possibility. And what makes Quantum Age computers possible is a brand new idea we’ll become much more familiar with as we move more fully into the Quantum Age–the qubit.

The qubit, or quantum bit, is the simplest building block of quantum information. Qubits are designed to handle simultaneously superimposed possibilities, working together in entangled clusters of computational coherent complexity. A single quantum memory is capable of envisioning, for example, every single possible path home you can take during rush hour–all at once–so a quantum computer can instantaneously select the fastest possible route. Whereas classical computers have difficulty solving practical problems such as these, these real-life problems are tailor-made for quantum computers and natural quantum computational capabilities built into the photosynthesis process in plants.

Another mind-boggling difference between classical computers and Quantum Age computers is that qubits are much more than the sum of their parts. Whereas the bits and bytes of classical computers become just slightly more interesting and complex when more of them come together, truly mind-bending possibilities arise when two or more qubits are working together. Qubits work together in ways unlike anything ever seen in classical computing, beginning with entanglement, so that any single-qubit measurement performed will give a totally random result, whereas any time such a single-qubit measurement is performed on two entangled qubits, the two measurements will give opposite results. If you picture two entangled qubits as entangled coins being randomly flipped some great distance apart, so that whenever one came up Heads, the other would always be Tails, you see how very different the basics of Quantum Computing are from Classical computing.

Feeling the Pulse of Various Parallel Realities

One of the basic aspects of quantum computing is that energy is required to make a jump from one state to another. When quantum particles are observed to make a quantum jump, they can be seen to blink out of and into existence, like bright flashes of light, as they make the jump. There is an “oscillating phase” of vibration associated with each energy level state, so the faster the vibration, the higher the level of energy required to exist in that state. And whenever the energy of any one of the entangled particles in an entangled state increase energy, the entire entangled group of particles beat faster in that potential reality.

dwaveThe Impact of Quantum Computing on Daily Life

The very existence of qubits and entanglement is already having a powerful impact on society, in similar fashion to the way the advent of ever-smaller classical computers and the internet has had on our lives in the past several decades. While most people might not be able to explain the difference between a bit and a byte, or explain the difference between RAM and ROM in a computer, there is now a great reliance upon global communication via a freely accessible internet for communication of news from person to person and group to group.

First proposed in the 1980’s, quantum computing is expected to change everything from the way the stock market functions to every aspect of information security, weather forecasting, and trend analysis. Thanks to quantum superposition of states, quantum qubits contain information in all possible states, and entangled qubits thus have the capability to efficiently compute optimal solutions for some of the most complex, vexing and currently “unsolvable” problems known to man.

The first quantum computers for sale fetched fifteen million dollars, and was purchased by NASA and Google. The size of a large garden shed, the Canadian D-Wave-Two is the first commercially available quantum computer to hit the marketplace, and heralds the start of a brand new age of computing… and civilization.

The Quantum Age Mindset

The Zen of qubit processing logic can be more easily understood from an Eastern fourfold logic view. Rather than adopting a simple Yes/No, Zero/One, True/False dichotomy of classical computing bits, qubits exist in the realm of such possibilities as: True, False, True-and-False, and Not-True/Not-False. Such a lack of certainty in favor of optimization may seem strange at first, but this seemingly fuzzy logic is one of the core foundational aspects of the new Quantum Age.

The Quantum Age invites us to embrace uncertainty, recognize interconnectedness, and raise our level of energy in order to experience a better way of life. Through quantum entanglement, we find a mechanism by which to comprehend intuition. Through quantum teleportation we see how we can sometimes travel farther in less time. Through quantum coherence we better understand synchronicity and coincidence, and through quantum superposition we glean insights into spontaneous remissions from disease that can occur when people are in lucid dream or near death experience (NDE) states of mind.

Love always,
Cynthia Sue Larson
email Cynthia at cynthia@realityshifters.com

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Quantum Teleportation Reality Shifts

Cynthia Sue Larson

I feel tremendously fortunate to be alive during a pivotal time in history in which many quantum behaviors long presumed to only be observable at the quantum level are being witnessed on a human-viewable scale.

A huge breakthrough occurred in November 2012, when a team of scientists led by Xiao-Hui Bao at the University of Science and Technology of China in Hefei reported the first ever successful teleportation between two  macroscopic objects–bundles of rubidium atoms–across a distance of almost 150 meters, using entangled photons to transmit information that  remained stable for just 100 microseconds.

In the field of quantum biology, some scientists including Dr. Luca Turin of the Fleming Institute in Greece suspect that many of the processes we’ve known about for years may have at their very heart a quantum basis. As a matter of fact, one leading possible example of quantum teleportation in the field of biology is as close as the nose on your face! According to the quantum tunneling explanation, smell molecules wiggle and vibrate in such a way that electrons in the olfactory receptors in our noses disappear on one side of a smell molecule and reappear on the other. This idea of quantum smelling has been gaining ground recently, since it explains why molecules that include sulphur and hydrogen atoms bonded together can take a wide variety of shapes, yet no matter which way these molecules combine, our nose scent receptors invariably register that familiar rotten egg smell every time. Dr. Turin explains, “If you look from the standpoint of an alternative theory–that what determines the smell of a molecule is the vibrations–the sulphur-hydrogen mystery becomes absolutely clear.” When energy of just the right frequency causes collections of atoms to vibrate, these spring-like collections of atoms vibrate every time an electron in a particular “smelly” molecule jumps or tunnels across the receptor, depositing a quantum of energy as it does so into one of the molecule’s bonds, which sets the springy group of atoms in that molecule vibrating. 

While progress in quantum physics and quantum biology laboratories moves steadily forward, it seems we may still have a wait before we see anything like William Shatner playing Captain Kirk on Star Trek, saying this famous line into his communicator, “Kirk to Enterprise. Beam us up, Scotty.”

Historical Accounts of Teleportation

On October 24, 1593, Gil Pérez was on duty working as a palace guard in Manilla in the Philippines the day after he’d received word that Chinese pirates had killed Governor Gomez Perez Dasmarinas. Gil Pérez closed his eyes and leaned against a wall to rest, and when he opened his eyes he found himself in Mexico City’s Plaza Mayor, over 9,000 miles away, wearing the uniform of the guards of the Del Gobernador Palace and with absolutely no idea how he came to be there. When questioned, Pérez explained he had just been in Manilla earlier that same day, and he shared the news of the Governor’s death, which was confirmed in Mexico a couple of months later when a ship arrived from the Philippines.

In the year 1904, Signor Mauro Pansini, an Italian building contractor, witnessed his two sons vanishing from their home and being reported as having suddenly appeared many miles away on numerous occasions. Father Vennetti at the Capuchin Convent, at Malfatti, thirty miles away telephoned Signor Pansini one morning to inform him that ten year old Alfredo and eight year old Paolo. Pansini wondered how his sons could have traveled over thirty miles in less than half an hour as he arrived at the Convent, to find them waiting in the reception hall. According to monks at the Convent, the boys arrived mysteriously, in a deep hypnotic state. Signor Pansini took his boys home to their room where he asked them to remain for the rest of the day. A few minutes after seeing them to bed, he decided to check on them and was astonished to find they had vanished out of a closed room! At that same moment, 15 miles away, Signor Pansini’s brother heard a knock on his door, and found his dazed nephews wondering where they were.

Teleportation Reality Shifts

Those of us who’ve experienced reality shifts involving keys, wallets, socks and other objects disappearing from one location and appearing in another have witnessed teleportation in macroscopic objects outside of the laboratory, outside of controlled experimental protocol and in the wilds of everyday life experience. But what does it feel like to literally be teleported somewhere else?

On September 30, 2007, I was working indoors at a full-day holistic expo in Concord, gazing out one of the windows at the sunny day, and daydreaming I was actually out enjoying that beautiful sunny day. A short while later, I received an email from my friend, Katrina, who told me that she had seen me walking down Solano Avenue that day. She was excited to tell me about this, because she knew I was scheduled to be attending a full-day holistic expo out of town that day, and she was therefore quite surprised to see me enjoying a stroll down the street. Strolling down that street is exactly what I was daydreaming about at that point in time, as I was sitting indoors many miles away!

You can watch me discuss this topic on my YouTube video, Quantum Teleportation Reality Shifts, and please feel free to comment with your thoughts and ideas here on this blog and in the comments under the video. I’d love to know how you feel!

Love always,
Cynthia Sue Larson
email Cynthia at cynthia@realityshifters.com

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When Houses and Horses Disappear

Cynthia Sue Larson

Cynthia Sue Larson

Over the years I’ve heard some amazing firsthand accounts from people who have had astonishing experiences involving houses vanishing. One might think it would be hard to misplace something as big as a house, yet remarkably, many people have witnessed houses vanishing, sometimes never to be seen again, and sometimes reappearing later on.

This last month I was intrigued to hear from a woman named Bekki in Norfolk in the United Kingdom about a house and horse that vanished… and then reappeared. She wrote:

Hi. My name is Bekki, I live in the UK and I hope you can help me (and vice-versa). It’s hard to explain what happened to myself and my two sons about 18 months ago. It’ll be a bit long I fear! We are all very into horses. When we drive home, we go the way that takes us past lots. On this day, our favourite two ponies weren’t in their usual field. I said ‘Maybe they are out on a ride?’ When we came to our normal turn-off, my youngest pointed straight ahead and said ‘this way’. So, despite NEVER having been up this road before , I said okay… A few hundred yards on, we saw a tell-tale lump of horse poop. Around the next bend, lo and behold, were the two ponies being ridden! Pleased to see them, my boys said ‘let’s go home now’. So I carried on driving, intending to find a spot to turn around. This is where it gets weird.

1) A few hundred yards on, we drove past, and briefly stopped to look at, a ‘heavy horse’ in a field, remember this is a road I have NEVER been down before (despite living less than 3 miles away). A distinctive new-build house was adjoining the field. As we were blocking the road, I drove on, saying ‘We’ll pop back another day to look at the horse’. Excited to find another gorgeous horse to visit! On reaching the end of the road, a road junction, I said to my eldest ‘Ah, I know where we are now’. I hate driving on the road it joined to having had an accident with a deer down there so I turned the car round and drove back, intending to familiarise myself with the road with the horse.

2) On the drive back, we missed the horse property. Thinking it must be because the road looked different in the opposite direction, I turned around and drove back the original way – STILL no horse, no house, yet everything else the same! I drove up, then down, another FOUR times before we gave up. Completely unable to explain the happening, we went home (very freaked out).

3) Here is the odd bit. Six months or so ago, I was driving home, alone, from the local town when I drove up behind a lady riding a heavy horse. The first thing I thought was – ‘that is similar to the horse in the ‘missing’ field. Maybe if I follow them, I’ll locate that darn missing house!’ So I turned down the road the horse and rider did, hoping it would lead me to the house, field and horse we’d not been able to locate since!

Now, this is a road I know very well, having worked at a fruit farm down there and having a friend live there. I kept back about 500 yards so not to spook the horse. Suddenly the lady signaled she was turning right and went into a driveway. As I drove past, I couldn’t see her – but my blood went cold! SAME house, SAME field and shelters, even SELLING bags of horse muck outside… When son arrived home, I just said ‘we’ll go for a drive’ didn’t mention horse, house or whatever. Anyway, as we drove up to the house, I sneaked a look in my rear-view mirror. His face was a mask of confusion. He started “Mum, this is the exact same house and field that…” we passed a year ago? It is! Except–I know VERY well the road the house is on. Had never seen it till that day (its new-ish build) BUT HOW ON EARTH did we SEE IT ALL, on a DIFFERENT ROAD, a YEAR EARLIER?! Three of us?!

Just for your reference, the two roads are approximately a mile and half apart, as the crow flies, and there are NO CONNECTING ROADS.

What happened to us that day? Do you have any idea? I’ve looked at time slips, but the stories I’ve read don’t quite fit?

One of the things we can all learn from reality shift experiences is that they are a regularly occurring, perfectly normal part of life, and we can expect to witness shifts in reality now and again. We can expect reality shifts to happen since we’d expect the same sorts of things we see on the quantum scale such as quantum entanglement, quantum teleportation, and quantum tunneling to occasionally manifest on the “macro” scale, and indeed they do! Another aspect from quantum physics is the observer effect, which means reality shifts when we’re watching–and yes, we can notice that happening as well.

I wrote in response to Bekki:

Thank you so very much for writing to me and sharing your amazing experience with the mysterious newly built house and heavyset horse that appeared in one location, vanished, and a year later reappeared on a completely different street. This definitely sounds like a reality shift to me, of the sort I’ve encountered in slightly different, yet fairly similar ways.

There are many stories shared on the realityshifters.com web site about buildings, doors, signs, and occasionally entire cities appearing and disappearing, as well as relocating … which seems on the face of it to be something so very strange and unexpected. I know what a relief it is to experience something like this with witnesses present, so you can reassure yourself that you didn’t imagine or dream the whole thing, but something quite unusual truly occurred.

Here’s an excerpt from my book, Reality Shifts: When Consciousness Changes the Physical World, in which I share a story about going for a walk with a couple of dear friends at the Berkeley marina, while talking about reality shifts, and asking if they’d ever noticed such things:

Reality Shifts: When Consciousness Changes the Physical World

I met with two friends, Jan and Cliff, for brunch at a restaurant in the Berkeley Marina one seemingly normal day. We continued our conversation with a leisurely stroll around the marina, as we often enjoyed doing when we got together. I told my friends about some reality shifts I’d seen, and how much I wished they could see one, too … when one occurred right on the spot! We were walking together towards the pier, when my friend, Cliff, asked us, “Do either of you recall ever seeing that statue here before?” as he pointed at a giant sculpture of a sundial. Jan replied, “No … I don’t.” I felt tremendously excited, because I’d seen that sculpture there, but never when I was there with these two friends! The sundial seemed to rise up proudly towards the sun to greet us as we walked in awed silence to get a better look.

We walked around the ten foot tall concrete sculpture as children sat and climbed around on it. This installation is in a central location people notice, right in the middle of a square at the foot of the Berkeley pier. Amazingly, the sundial sculpture’s absence had previously allowed us to clearly see another giant sculpture situated up on a hill above the sundial when we were on the pier and walking back towards the shore … but now that the sundialwas there, we noticed we couldn’t see the other sculpture as well because it was partially obscured by the sundial. The other sculpture is a larger-than-life size Asian archer on horseback with fully drawn bow, aiming his arrow out over the bay—shooting over the sundial’s spot.

I told my friends the sundial sculpture had always been here when I had come here without them, but never when we were here together … until now. The sundial is chipped and worn, made out of concrete, and bears the following inscription: 

“The peoples of the bountiful Pacific Ocean are brought together by the sweep of time. This sundial honors the citizens of Sakai Japan, the sister city of Berkeley. United in warm friendship and goodwill, the peoples of Sakai and Berkeley strengthen mutual understanding and respect through the exchange of visitors and cultural programs. This sundial is dedicated to the continuing friendship and growing association between Sakai and Berkeley. 1970” 

I am deeply impressed that something as large and majestic as this sundial vanished and reappeared, grasping the magnitude of what else must be possible if such large things can so easily be transformed or transported in time and space. The sundial itself is a symbol that reminds me how love transcends space and time to unite all of us across oceans that physically separate us from one another. I feel great reverence for this universe that allows us to glimpse occasional insights as to how it materializes around us.  


"Cynthia Sue Larson with Reality Shifts"

Cynthia Sue Larson with Reality Shifts

I hope you’ll enjoy watching and sharing my YouTube video summary of When Houses and Horses Disappear–and please feel free to leave comments either on this blog or on my YouTube video page!

Thinking about houses and horses disappearing and reappearing gives us an opportunity to recognize the possibility that right now, at this very moment, we are waking up inside a dream, witnessing how fluid reality can be. And all of this helps expand what we imagine possible when we contemplate my favorite meditative question, “How good can it get?!”

Love always,

Cynthia Sue Larson
email Cynthia at cynthia@realityshifters.com

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