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What do the Freemasons Think? 

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Normal Hall at the Grand Masonic Lodge in Philadelphia. 

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Normal Hall at the Grand Masonic Lodge in Philadelphia. 

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Normal Hall at the Grand Masonic Lodge in Philadelphia. 

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Pyramids in the Normal Hall at the Grand Masonic Lodge in Philadelphia. 

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See those lines up the sides of the pyramids? 

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They point to where a right angle intersects the sides. 

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At the 1.272 : 1.0 ratio. 

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1.272 : 1.0 

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This symbology can be extended to other pyramid designs in the same room. 

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Pyramids surround the sun. 

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These ones feature an additional design element. 

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If we look closely at the 16fold sun, we can see that it is actually based on a design of two squares. 

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If we look closely at the 16fold sun, we can see that it is actually based on a design of two squares. 

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The base of a pyramid is a square. 

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This energy pattern of the sun is what the pyramid interacts with. 

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The base of the pyramid meets one of these squares. 

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From a bird's eye perspective, the base of a pyramid meets one of the squares of the 16fold pattern. 

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And what of the remaining square? 

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It also meets the pyramid... but not just anywhere. 

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It interacts at the position above where the right angles intersect.In the upper part of the pyramid. 

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This is why the pyramids around the sun have the additional golden element in the upper part. 

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And it's why this element begins at the point where the right angle divides the sides. 

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A division of Phi within the pyramid. 

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Moving to another wall in the same room, we see another version of the pyramid in stunning detail. 

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Artistic impressions of magnetic forces at work. 

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You should be excited. 

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For those that may doubt... 

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A close examination of the two depictions of the pyramids reveals the similarities. 

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And the remaining unknowns... 

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...can be explained. 

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The Pyramid and the Flywheel 

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Ed's Flywheel 

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The star in the center of the flywheel generates the 16fold pattern we have just seen at the masonic temple. 

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And then the pyramid... 

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A pyramid shape goes into the top of the flywheel. 

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Notice the four openings. 

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These allow a greater amount of 'individual magnets', as Leedskalnin would call them, up the sides of the pyramid. 

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You can see it here as well, the lines up the sides. 

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Pyramid on the Flywheel. 

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And we aren't even finished with the code. 

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Back to the Code. 

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7 129
6 105 195The 7 and the 6. 

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The secret to understanding the 7 and the 6 is... 

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Multiply each of them by the number of divisions on the wheel: 24. 

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7 (168) 129
6 (144) 105 195 

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To apply these numbers, we need to go back and look at what number sequences these values relate to. 

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The 7 from 7 129 

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7 (168) 129Earlier, it was shown that 129 derives from the sequence of adding prime numbers together. 

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Because 7 is a part of the same 7129 line, its answer also lies in the sequence of prime sums. 

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71296105195 

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Is 168 (7 x 24) anywhere in the sequence of prime sums? 

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168 just happens to be the sum of 4 consecutive prime number.37 + 41 + 43 + 47 = 168 

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And not just any prime numbers. 

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These prime numbers surround the 195° axis. 

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Believe it or not, the Freemasons agree. 

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We need to add a square into our chart that represents the base of the pyramid, as it would sit on the flywheel. 

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A Closer Examination... 

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We can see how each side of the pyramid is subject to the magnetism of 7 magnets. 

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However the 168 tells us to use only this position. 

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328  160 = 168Along the very side of the pyramid. 

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We don't want all 7. 

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We only want 5. 

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The Masons Show The Same. 

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What we don't want.Notice how there are 'knots' on each side of the pyramid. 

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This is what we need to do.Notice each side now shows artistic magnetism instead. 

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Notice how the magnets from the corners have been ignored. 

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That is the meaning of the 168. 

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Only take the side. 

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It's all in the masonic temple. 

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It should be simple. 

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And when we peek at what's on the INSIDE of Ed's flywheel... 

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...everything lines up. 

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144 and 288 

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7 (168) 1296 (144) 105 195The remaining part of the code is the number 6, or 144. (6 x 24 = 144) 

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This is even better. 

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6 (144) 105 195We earlier determined that this line is related to both prime quadruplets and angles. 

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Following the same logic as before with the 7129... 

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Because the 6 is part of the 6105195 line, it should also be related to prime quadruplets. 

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Does the number 144 come up anywhere in the prime quadruplets? 

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Prime Quadruplets under 2000 chart. 1: 5, 7, [9], 11, 132: 11, 13, [15], 17, 193: 101, 103, [105], 107, 1094: 191, 193, [195], 197, 1995: 821, 823, [825], 827, 8296: 1481, 1483, [1485], 1487, 14897: 1871, 1873, [1875],1877, 1879 

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144 isn't a prime number itself, so it won't be part of a prime quadruplet, so we need to look at the prime sequence numbers. 

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Prime quadruplets chart with sequence numbers. 

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Prime numbers in both the 5th of 7th prime quadruplet are in position 144 and 288! 

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Not bad, with prime quadruplets being so rare and all... 

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144 and 288 in the 5th and 7th prime quadruplet. 

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Pyramid in the Number. 

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Remember where the magic is? 

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In the centers of the prime quadruplets. 

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Let's take a look at the center of the prime quadruplets at prime sequence positions 144 and 288. 

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The associated primes to 144 and 288
are 825 and 1875. 

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You'll never believe this... 

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825 and 1875These two values create exactly the same ratio as a right angle in a pyramid. 

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1875/825 = 2.727 

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These values from the centers of prime quadruplets can be assigned positions on the pyramid itself. 

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It's like this pyramid diagram.Pyramid value at the top: 1875 (288)
Pyramid value at the center: 825 (144)
1050 / 825 = 1.272
Upper Length / Short Length = SqRt(Phi) 

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Knowing these coordinates, we could map a complete spiral of numbers in the pyramid.(That might be fun.) 

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Again... the centers of prime quadruplets correspond to angles. 

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6 105 195We've seen how the centers of prime quadruplets are also angles. 

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105° to 195° 

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Meaning, we don't just know a particular height in the pyramid... 

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We know what side of the pyramid as well. 

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And:825 MOD 360° = 105° 

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Now we know that the center of the prime quadruplet that meets prime sequence number 144 is at 105° on the pyramid, and at a height where a right angle would intersect. 

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The Code Almost Solved 

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7 (168) 1296 (144) 105 195In case you haven't noticed. 

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Our analysis of the 7 (168) lead us straight to the 195° axis, with no height.


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And the 6 (144) sent us to the 105° axis, with a height on the pyramid. 

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The Norman Hall room, decorated by George Herzog, also a Freemason. 

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Ed has designed his 'built to last' flywheel in such a way that our numbers, derived from his clues, match its internal configuration. 

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So, a height at 105°, and no height at 195°. 

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1 is the 7 x 24 = 168.2 is the 6 x 24 = 144. 

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Number 1 has no height, while number 2 does. 

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The flywheel. 

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The height around 105° is actually the handle (2) of the flywheel. 

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Notice how this appears to approximately match the 1.272 : 1.0 ratio when a pyramid square is overlayed. 

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A round bit of metal (1) is attached to the star, to assist in collecting 168. 

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The alignment here is perfect. 

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And the orientation of the star... 

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Matches the other star. 

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The Angle over the Star. 

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At the masonic temple, the star is inside a deliberate angle. 

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This may look like it is a right angle, however this angle is a little oblique, less than 90°. 

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In this case, it is not the specific angle that's important. 

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The answer is hidden in the alignment. 

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The angle is representative of collecting the 168. 

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We need to count the streams within the alignment. 

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We can label the north (N) and south (S) pole streams of magnetism. 

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Polarities. 

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This matches the magnets that we need to take from the side of the pyramid. 

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Take it from Sweet 16. 

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Ed's Sweet 16. 

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Generated by the star. 

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Just don't forget to ring twice. 

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It is interesting that one of the oldest manuscripts in the Hebrew Bible, the Leningrad Codex, makes the same connection. 

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Tying it Up. 

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All the codes indicate that the values should be accessed in this order: 

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168
144
Then drop it below. 

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Drop it below? 

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ADM.10c.DROP BELOW. 

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Now it can make sense. 

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And that cutaway at the top represents the span of prime numbers adding to 168.[note: this is now known to be incorrect] 

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[note: this is now known to be incorrect  the top should be 0° and the bottom 180°] 

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[note: this is now known to be incorrect  the top should be 0° and the bottom 180°] 

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Dropping it below, is the last step. 

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DROP BELOW. 

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And guess what? 

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There is a place to attach a wire... 

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Underneath the flywheel. 

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Ed knew what clues would last through time, and planned each one, carefully. 

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Drop below. 

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The masonic temple is Philadelphia is older than Coral Castle.The architect was James Windrim, a Freemason. 

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The Norman Hall room, decorated by George Herzog, also a Freemason. 

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Now we can appreciate its true value. 

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The Freemasons have kept these secrets forever. 

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This is the oldest science in the world. 

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The secrets used to construct megaliths weighing amounts beyond comprehension. 

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The ultimate secret of magnetism and antigravity. 

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"It's not difficult really, the secret is in knowing how."  Edward Leedskalnin 

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Edward Leedskalnin claimed to know the secrets of antigravity and magnetism. 

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He proved it by building Coral Castle. 

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Modern archaeologists like to think they know how these huge structures were built. 

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They just can't seem to figure out where all the people required to build them could even have room to stand. 

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There are ancient stories of floating stones from all around the world. 

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But they are just myths... 

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...right? 

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YOU WILL BE SEEING UNUSUAL ACCOMPLISHMENT. ED. 

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Let's build this thing. 