Posted by: edhensley | March 21, 2010

God Loves the Aroma of Burning Animals and Grain


Genesis 8 (New International Version)
20 Then Noah built an altar to the LORD and, taking some of all the clean animals and clean birds, he sacrificed burnt offerings on it. 21 The LORD smelled the pleasing aroma

Exodus 29

15 “Take one of the rams, and Aaron and his sons shall lay their hands on its head. 16 Slaughter it and take the blood and sprinkle it against the altar on all sides. 17 Cut the ram into pieces and wash the inner parts and the legs, putting them with the head and the other pieces. 18 Then burn the entire ram on the altar. It is a burnt offering to the LORD, a pleasing aroma, an offering made to the LORD by fire.

 19 “Take the other ram, and Aaron and his sons shall lay their hands on its head. 20 Slaughter it, take some of its blood and put it on the lobes of the right ears of Aaron and his sons, on the thumbs of their right hands, and on the big toes of their right feet. Then sprinkle blood against the altar on all sides. 21 And take some of the blood on the altar and some of the anointing oil and sprinkle it on Aaron and his garments and on his sons and their garments. Then he and his sons and their garments will be consecrated.

 22 “Take from this ram the fat, the fat tail, the fat around the inner parts, the covering of the liver, both kidneys with the fat on them, and the right thigh. (This is the ram for the ordination.) 23 From the basket of bread made without yeast, which is before the LORD, take a loaf, and a cake made with oil, and a wafer. 24 Put all these in the hands of Aaron and his sons and wave them before the LORD as a wave offering. 25 Then take them from their hands and burn them on the altar along with the burnt offering for a pleasing aroma to the LORD, an offering made to the LORD by fire.

40 With the first lamb offer a tenth of an ephah of fine flour mixed with a quarter of a hin of oil from pressed olives, and a quarter of a hin of wine as a drink offering. 41 Sacrifice the other lamb at twilight with the same grain offering and its drink offering as in the morning—a pleasing aroma, an offering made to the LORD by fire.

Leviticus 1

1 The LORD called to Moses and spoke to him from the Tent of Meeting. He said, 2 “Speak to the Israelites and say to them: ‘When any of you brings an offering to the LORD, bring as your offering an animal from either the herd or the flock.

 3 ” ‘If the offering is a burnt offering from the herd, he is to offer a male without defect. He must present it at the entrance to the Tent of Meeting so that it will be acceptable to the LORD. 4 He is to lay his hand on the head of the burnt offering, and it will be accepted on his behalf to make atonement for him. 5 He is to slaughter the young bull before the LORD, and then Aaron’s sons the priests shall bring the blood and sprinkle it against the altar on all sides at the entrance to the Tent of Meeting. 6 He is to skin the burnt offering and cut it into pieces. 7 The sons of Aaron the priest are to put fire on the altar and arrange wood on the fire. 8 Then Aaron’s sons the priests shall arrange the pieces, including the head and the fat, on the burning wood that is on the altar. 9 He is to wash the inner parts and the legs with water, and the priest is to burn all of it on the altar. It is a burnt offering, an offering made by fire, an aroma pleasing to the LORD.

 10 ” ‘If the offering is a burnt offering from the flock, from either the sheep or the goats, he is to offer a male without defect. 11 He is to slaughter it at the north side of the altar before the LORD, and Aaron’s sons the priests shall sprinkle its blood against the altar on all sides. 12 He is to cut it into pieces, and the priest shall arrange them, including the head and the fat, on the burning wood that is on the altar. 13 He is to wash the inner parts and the legs with water, and the priest is to bring all of it and burn it on the altar. It is a burnt offering, an offering made by fire, an aroma pleasing to the LORD.

 14 ” ‘If the offering to the LORD is a burnt offering of birds, he is to offer a dove or a young pigeon. 15 The priest shall bring it to the altar, wring off the head and burn it on the altar; its blood shall be drained out on the side of the altar. 16 He is to remove the crop with its contents  and throw it to the east side of the altar, where the ashes are. 17 He shall tear it open by the wings, not severing it completely, and then the priest shall burn it on the wood that is on the fire on the altar. It is a burnt offering, an offering made by fire, an aroma pleasing to the LORD.

Leviticus 2

The Grain Offering

 1 ” ‘When someone brings a grain offering to the LORD, his offering is to be of fine flour. He is to pour oil on it, put incense on it 2 and take it to Aaron’s sons the priests. The priest shall take a handful of the fine flour and oil, together with all the incense, and burn this as a memorial portion on the altar, an offering made by fire, an aroma pleasing to the LORD. 3 The rest of the grain offering belongs to Aaron and his sons; it is a most holy part of the offerings made to the LORD by fire.

 4 ” ‘If you bring a grain offering baked in an oven, it is to consist of fine flour: cakes made without yeast and mixed with oil, or  wafers made without yeast and spread with oil. 5 If your grain offering is prepared on a griddle, it is to be made of fine flour mixed with oil, and without yeast. 6 Crumble it and pour oil on it; it is a grain offering. 7 If your grain offering is cooked in a pan, it is to be made of fine flour and oil. 8 Bring the grain offering made of these things to the LORD; present it to the priest, who shall take it to the altar. 9 He shall take out the memorial portion from the grain offering and burn it on the altar as an offering made by fire, an aroma pleasing to the LORD. 10 The rest of the grain offering belongs to Aaron and his sons; it is a most holy part of the offerings made to the LORD by fire.

Leviticus 3

The Fellowship Offering

 1 ” ‘If someone’s offering is a fellowship offering, and he offers an animal from the herd, whether male or female, he is to present before the LORD an animal without defect. 2 He is to lay his hand on the head of his offering and slaughter it at the entrance to the Tent of Meeting. Then Aaron’s sons the priests shall sprinkle the blood against the altar on all sides. 3 From the fellowship offering he is to bring a sacrifice made to the LORD by fire: all the fat that covers the inner parts or is connected to them, 4 both kidneys with the fat on them near the loins, and the covering of the liver, which he will remove with the kidneys. 5 Then Aaron’s sons are to burn it on the altar on top of the burnt offering that is on the burning wood, as an offering made by fire, an aroma pleasing to the LORD.

 12 ” ‘If his offering is a goat, he is to present it before the LORD. 13 He is to lay his hand on its head and slaughter it in front of the Tent of Meeting. Then Aaron’s sons shall sprinkle its blood against the altar on all sides. 14 From what he offers he is to make this offering to the LORD by fire: all the fat that covers the inner parts or is connected to them, 15 both kidneys with the fat on them near the loins, and the covering of the liver, which he will remove with the kidneys. 16 The priest shall burn them on the altar as food, an offering made by fire, a pleasing aroma. All the fat is the LORD’s.

Leviticus 4

 27 ” ‘If a member of the community sins unintentionally and does what is forbidden in any of the LORD’s commands, he is guilty. 28 When he is made aware of the sin he committed, he must bring as his offering for the sin he committed a female goat without defect. 29 He is to lay his hand on the head of the sin offering and slaughter it at the place of the burnt offering. 30 Then the priest is to take some of the blood with his finger and put it on the horns of the altar of burnt offering and pour out the rest of the blood at the base of the altar. 31 He shall remove all the fat, just as the fat is removed from the fellowship offering, and the priest shall burn it on the altar as an aroma pleasing to the LORD. In this way the priest will make atonement for him, and he will be forgiven.

Leviticus 6
The Grain Offering

 14 ” ‘These are the regulations for the grain offering: Aaron’s sons are to bring it before the LORD, in front of the altar. 15 The priest is to take a handful of fine flour and oil, together with all the incense on the grain offering, and burn the memorial portion on the altar as an aroma pleasing to the LORD. 16 Aaron and his sons shall eat the rest of it, but it is to be eaten without yeast in a holy place; they are to eat it in the courtyard of the Tent of Meeting. 17 It must not be baked with yeast; I have given it as their share of the offerings made to me by fire. Like the sin offering and the guilt offering, it is most holy. 18 Any male descendant of Aaron may eat it. It is his regular share of the offerings made to the LORD by fire for the generations to come. Whatever touches them will become holy.  ‘ ”

 19 The LORD also said to Moses, 20 “This is the offering Aaron and his sons are to bring to the LORD on the day he is anointed: a tenth of an ephah  of fine flour as a regular grain offering, half of it in the morning and half in the evening. 21 Prepare it with oil on a griddle; bring it well-mixed and present the grain offering broken in pieces as an aroma pleasing to the LORD. 22 The son who is to succeed him as anointed priest shall prepare it. It is the LORD’s regular share and is to be burned completely. 23 Every grain offering of a priest shall be burned completely; it must not be eaten.”

Leviticus 8

19 Then Moses slaughtered the ram and sprinkled the blood against the altar on all sides. 20 He cut the ram into pieces and burned the head, the pieces and the fat. 21 He washed the inner parts and the legs with water and burned the whole ram on the altar as a burnt offering, a pleasing aroma, an offering made to the LORD by fire, as the LORD commanded Moses.

26 Then from the basket of bread made without yeast, which was before the LORD, he took a cake of bread, and one made with oil, and a wafer; he put these on the fat portions and on the right thigh. 27 He put all these in the hands of Aaron and his sons and waved them before the LORD as a wave offering. 28 Then Moses took them from their hands and burned them on the altar on top of the burnt offering as an ordination offering, a pleasing aroma, an offering made to the LORD by fire.

Leviticus 17

 6 The priest is to sprinkle the blood against the altar of the LORD at the entrance to the Tent of Meeting and burn the fat as an aroma pleasing to the LORD.

Leviticus 23

 9 The LORD said to Moses, 10 “Speak to the Israelites and say to them: ‘When you enter the land I am going to give you and you reap its harvest, bring to the priest a sheaf of the first grain you harvest. 11 He is to wave the sheaf before the LORD so it will be accepted on your behalf; the priest is to wave it on the day after the Sabbath. 12 On the day you wave the sheaf, you must sacrifice as a burnt offering to the LORD a lamb a year old without defect, 13 together with its grain offering of two-tenths of an ephah of fine flour mixed with oil—an offering made to the LORD by fire, a pleasing aroma—and its drink offering of a quarter of a hin of wine.

Numbers 15

Supplementary Offerings

 1 The LORD said to Moses, 2 “Speak to the Israelites and say to them: ‘After you enter the land I am giving you as a home 3 and you present to the LORD offerings made by fire, from the herd or the flock, as an aroma pleasing to the LORD -whether burnt offerings or sacrifices, for special vows or freewill offerings or festival offerings- 4 then the one who brings his offering shall present to the LORD a grain offering of a tenth of an ephah of fine flour mixed with a quarter of a hin of oil. 5 With each lamb for the burnt offering or the sacrifice, prepare a quarter of a hin of wine as a drink offering.

 6 ” ‘With a ram prepare a grain offering of two-tenths of an ephah of fine flour mixed with a third of a hin of oil, 7 and a third of a hin of wine as a drink offering. Offer it as an aroma pleasing to the LORD.

 8 ” ‘When you prepare a young bull as a burnt offering or sacrifice, for a special vow or a fellowship offering to the LORD, 9 bring with the bull a grain offering of three-tenths of an ephah of fine flour mixed with half a hin of oil. 10 Also bring half a hin of wine as a drink offering. It will be an offering made by fire, an aroma pleasing to the LORD. 11 Each bull or ram, each lamb or young goat, is to be prepared in this manner. 12 Do this for each one, for as many as you prepare.

 13 ” ‘Everyone who is native-born must do these things in this way when he brings an offering made by fire as an aroma pleasing to the LORD. 14 For the generations to come, whenever an alien or anyone else living among you presents an offering made by fire as an aroma pleasing to the LORD, he must do exactly as you do. 15 The community is to have the same rules for you and for the alien living among you; this is a lasting ordinance for the generations to come. You and the alien shall be the same before the LORD : 16 The same laws and regulations will apply both to you and to the alien living among you.’ ”

 17 The LORD said to Moses, 18 “Speak to the Israelites and say to them: ‘When you enter the land to which I am taking you 19 and you eat the food of the land, present a portion as an offering to the LORD. 20 Present a cake from the first of your ground meal and present it as an offering from the threshing floor. 21 Throughout the generations to come you are to give this offering to the LORD from the first of your ground meal.

Offerings for Unintentional Sins

 22 ” ‘Now if you unintentionally fail to keep any of these commands the LORD gave Moses- 23 any of the LORD’s commands to you through him, from the day the LORD gave them and continuing through the generations to come- 24 and if this is done unintentionally without the community being aware of it, then the whole community is to offer a young bull for a burnt offering as an aroma pleasing to the LORD, along with its prescribed grain offering and drink offering, and a male goat for a sin offering.

Numbers 18

 17 “But you must not redeem the firstborn of an ox, a sheep or a goat; they are holy. Sprinkle their blood on the altar and burn their fat as an offering made by fire, an aroma pleasing to the LORD. 

Numbers 28

Daily Offerings

 1 The LORD said to Moses, 2 “Give this command to the Israelites and say to them: ‘See that you present to me at the appointed time the food for my offerings made by fire, as an aroma pleasing to me.’ 3 Say to them: ‘This is the offering made by fire that you are to present to the LORD : two lambs a year old without defect, as a regular burnt offering each day. 4 Prepare one lamb in the morning and the other at twilight, 5 together with a grain offering of a tenth of an ephah of fine flour mixed with a quarter of a hin of oil from pressed olives. 6 This is the regular burnt offering instituted at Mount Sinai as a pleasing aroma, an offering made to the LORD by fire. 7 The accompanying drink offering is to be a quarter of a hin of fermented drink with each lamb. Pour out the drink offering to the LORD at the sanctuary. 8 Prepare the second lamb at twilight, along with the same kind of grain offering and drink offering that you prepare in the morning. This is an offering made by fire, an aroma pleasing to the LORD.

Monthly Offerings

 11 ” ‘On the first of every month, present to the LORD a burnt offering of two young bulls, one ram and seven male lambs a year old, all without defect. 12 With each bull there is to be a grain offering of three-tenths of an ephah of fine flour mixed with oil; with the ram, a grain offering of two-tenths of an ephah of fine flour mixed with oil; 13 and with each lamb, a grain offering of a tenth of an ephah of fine flour mixed with oil. This is for a burnt offering, a pleasing aroma, an offering made to the LORD by fire. 14 With each bull there is to be a drink offering of half a hin of wine; with the ram, a third of a hin; and with each lamb, a quarter of a hin. This is the monthly burnt offering to be made at each new moon during the year. 15 Besides the regular burnt offering with its drink offering, one male goat is to be presented to the LORD as a sin offering.

The Passover

 16 ” ‘On the fourteenth day of the first month the LORD’s Passover is to be held. 17 On the fifteenth day of this month there is to be a festival; for seven days eat bread made without yeast. 18 On the first day hold a sacred assembly and do no regular work. 19 Present to the LORD an offering made by fire, a burnt offering of two young bulls, one ram and seven male lambs a year old, all without defect. 20 With each bull prepare a grain offering of three-tenths of an ephah of fine flour mixed with oil; with the ram, two-tenths; 21 and with each of the seven lambs, one-tenth. 22 Include one male goat as a sin offering to make atonement for you. 23 Prepare these in addition to the regular morning burnt offering. 24 In this way prepare the food for the offering made by fire every day for seven days as an aroma pleasing to the LORD; it is to be prepared in addition to the regular burnt offering and its drink offering. 25 On the seventh day hold a sacred assembly and do no regular work.

Feast of Weeks

 26 ” ‘On the day of firstfruits, when you present to the LORD an offering of new grain during the Feast of Weeks, hold a sacred assembly and do no regular work. 27 Present a burnt offering of two young bulls, one ram and seven male lambs a year old as an aroma pleasing to the LORD.

Numbers 29

Feast of Trumpets

 1 ” ‘On the first day of the seventh month hold a sacred assembly and do no regular work. It is a day for you to sound the trumpets. 2 As an aroma pleasing to the LORD, prepare a burnt offering of one young bull, one ram and seven male lambs a year old, all without defect. 3 With the bull prepare a grain offering of three-tenths of an ephah of fine flour mixed with oil; with the ram, two-tenths; 4 and with each of the seven lambs, one-tenth.  5 Include one male goat as a sin offering to make atonement for you. 6 These are in addition to the monthly and daily burnt offerings with their grain offerings and drink offerings as specified. They are offerings made to the LORD by fire—a pleasing aroma.

Day of Atonement

 7 ” ‘On the tenth day of this seventh month hold a sacred assembly. You must deny yourselves and do no work. 8 Present as an aroma pleasing to the LORD a burnt offering of one young bull, one ram and seven male lambs a year old, all without defect. 9 With the bull prepare a grain offering of three-tenths of an ephah of fine flour mixed with oil; with the ram, two-tenths; 10 and with each of the seven lambs, one-tenth. 11 Include one male goat as a sin offering, in addition to the sin offering for atonement and the regular burnt offering with its grain offering, and their drink offerings.

Feast of Tabernacles

 12 ” ‘On the fifteenth day of the seventh month, hold a sacred assembly and do no regular work. Celebrate a festival to the LORD for seven days. 13 Present an offering made by fire as an aroma pleasing to the LORD, a burnt offering of thirteen young bulls, two rams and fourteen male lambs a year old, all without defect.

 35 ” ‘On the eighth day hold an assembly and do no regular work. 36 Present an offering made by fire as an aroma pleasing to the LORD, a burnt offering of one bull, one ram and seven male lambs a year old, all without defect.

Imagine for a minute that the above passages were in the Koran and not in the Bible.  I would criticize these verses as examples of primitive and barbaric practices. Animal sacrifice is something we would never practice at the Baptist churches in Texas.

Imagine that someone were to knock on your door and tell you that the way to please God was to follow the above verses. You would probably think they were members of some cult or a member of a primitive society in some distant country. They certainly could not be American Christians!

However, all the above verses are in the Bible. They were rarely read or discussed in any of my Sunday school classes. Occasionally it was mentioned that Jesus was the replacement for such sacrifices, but most of the time ancient Israel was presented as the most advanced civilization of its time with the greatest buildings (wrong), greatest knowledge (wrong) and greatest of everything until they lost it all by failing to follow God. However, these verses show how primitive the ancient Jewish religion was. 

The Old Testament did not start out as a perfect book written by or about a perfect God. It was a product of its time. Thousands of years ago, many civilizations practiced animal sacrifice. The Old Testament reflects the practices of many religions of the time in which it was written. We would call many of the religions that advocated animal sacrifice as “primitive.”  Primitive religions offered sacrifices to their gods in order to prevent natural catastrophes, such as the eruption of a volcano. The sacrifices mentioned in the Old Testament are just as primitive.

An all-perfect God would not find the “aroma” of burning animals and grain “pleasing.” However, the central concepts of Judaism and Christianity are dependent on these verses.

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Responses

  1. You know how lots of people enjoy the smell of a meal cooking, say a good roast or a fresh loaf of bread? Perhaps an all-perfect God takes those human perceptions of valuable and enjoyable foods and items and uses them to make a point. That is to say, because humans enjoyed those smells, and food was of such high value, it must have made sense to offer up those things to God.

    God or gods requiring sacrifice is nothing new, as you say. Looking at the context of those religions is necessary to grasp why sacrifice was done so universally (still is in some faiths) but I really don’t know enough about that to be very accurate. As I said already, food was very valuable then and just as necessary for survival as it is now, obviously. In addition, the life of the animals was likely viewed as valuable, despite the seeming barbarity of ritual sacrifice. Killing animals was, as it even still is today, a part of life in order to secure food. Ever eat a good steak?

    The way those animals have been killed and butchered in Judaic practices is likely no more grotesque (if not less so) than the average slaughter house today.

    Just some thoughts.

    • The hungry would go into a trance and be drawn into the temples and when there you give your 10% or what ever you could. Its a money making business. Then you get them to associate bells or singing with food smell. City with little transportation and road gangs always made food and the burning of food worth your life. Come to the temple and be saved.

  2. And an “All Perfect God” wouldn’t just condemn a soul to hell because he or she was not dipped in a tub of holy water at birth either would he?
    Just as the ancient religions (and a few of the current ones) practiced animal sacrifice as a means of showing devotion and their love to their deities; you Baptist denominations practice the rite of Baptism as a symbol of your willingness to follow the command of God.
    So some priestly sects of old and nowadays occasionally cooked a barbecue for God, whats wrong with that? If he didn’t like it, he would definately have done something about it wouldn’t he? Besides, you act as though finding the smell of cooking flesh and cakes good, is bad. I don’t know about you, but i personally think that the smell of baking bread and roasting meat is actually quite a pleasing aroma actually. And as another person said, what’s wrong with god wanting a steak every now and then?
    I suppose you can call it “Barbaric” if you wish, but i for one see no wrong in the occasional sending of a devotion to god. Even though sacrifices for atonement became “unecessary” after Jesus’s death, I occasionally do burn sacrifices (usually some incense or another) simply as a sign of my devotion to God.
    And frankly the practices used by the “Barbaric Jews” to sacrifice an animal were far more discerning and humane than your average meat industry.

  3. Funny how the Bible passages can be ignored for cultural and politcal reasons.

    There are even “Christian” churches performing marriages for homosexuals.

    We make the “word of God” into whatever we want to feel good about ourselves.

  4. Awesome site by Teri Safley

  5. These scriptures are of course a way for the elite to scare the common ppl to pay tax to them. Notice there are many scriptures where the priests get to eat the left overs. Being smart guys they only accepted the best for God and of course indirectlty themselves.

    Some of these other instructions are there only to impose some authority. Without them those in power – the king and priests would look pretty weak and candidates to be ignored if they didnt force some things upon the poor workers, so they made up some dumb laws.

    • Absolutely, futurebug
      Sacrificing to god is good preparation for sacrificing to the church. Likewise getting people to believe crazing things without question, is good preparation for getting them to do crazing things without question.

  6. I like the burning goat head on the altar to the LORD. Simply precious. Nothing says most glorious being in the universe like a burning goat head. Primitive.

  7. […] My former PPR Chair (basically, the head of HR in each United Methodist Church for those who aren’t UMs) shared an article with me last year that was in AARP about President Clinton, who apparently does the same thing. Clinton diets vegan 6 days a week and eats meat on the 7th. That sounds like something that might be a little easier to do and would cut out a whole lot of burden in my life. What can be the harm in it? After all, Jesus says not to worry about food and God loves the smell of cooked meat. […]

  8. Burning flesh only put the starving people in the cities and country sides into a trance. The smell of food drew the people into the temples to worship then they were asked for 10% of every thing they owned. Gods desire for burnt flesh or cooked grain had nothing to do with it. City dewlers had no food they had to briing it into the city if the road gangs got strong and kept all food from reaching the city then people went hungry. Hungry people smelling cooked food will do anything to get closer to the food source. Then there was no educiation

  9. These verses are why i am no longer a christian.

    • Liz, the Reason God likes the smell of burning flesh is because it brings something that he created back to himself. Don’t give up your walk with Jesus just because this world has made Christian seem like a bad word. Stay in the word and pray and God will reveal things to you. Jesus is coming soon stand firm and believe so you can live forever give up your walk with Jesus just because this world has made Christian seem like a bad word. Stay in the word and pray and God will reveal things to you. Jesus is coming soon stand firm and believe so you can live forever. Peace.

      • Your answer is theological nonsense. Would you let a Muslim get away with saying “Allah likes the smell of burning flesh is because it brings something that he created back to himself”? According to your logic, god loved the smell of holocaust victims burning.

  10. All perfect God wouldn’t be a JEALOUS god. People have been reading the devil’s book all along without realizing it (the brainwashing by the nephilim rulers of this world runs deep, since it was they who wrote the book in the first place). Think about that the next time you read the BLACK book with blood red, or Rothschild gold edges on it, while preachers dressed in black are spreading the god SPELL from the pulpits.

  11. To “throw away” certain scriptures because they don’t make sense to our culture now-a-days, is just a sign of pride. As if we have to understand something for it to be right or wrong. By questioning whether a scripture is truly “God-breathed” puts the whole Bible at risk of being believable. How, if one is questionable to you, can you believe the truth of another? Again, the pride of understanding is the original sin in the book of Genesis. I came upon this article in hopes of gaining understanding. I’ll keep searching.

    • Which bible? Cathiolic, Protestant with Apocrypha, Protestant without Apocrypha, Eastern Othodox, Ethiopian, Coptic, ancient scrolls found at Nag Hamadi, etc? No matter which version you choose to follow, you are accepting and rejecting scriptures selected by men. It makes more sense to admit that the bibles are translations of ancient texts of primitive Bronze Age mythology.

  12. “There is a way that seems right to man but in the end leads to death. Proverbs 14:12

    • Deuteronomy 25:11 If two men are fighting and the wife of one of them comes to rescue her husband from his assailant, and she reaches out and seizes him by his private parts, 12you shall cut off her hand. Show her no pity.


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