Celebrating the Seasons

Celebrating the Seasons (35)

Sunday, 19 March 2017 08:08

Celebrating Spring: Customs and Traditions

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selena spring 2017Workshop by Selena Fox
Circle Sanctuary Welcome Spring Festival 2017
www.circlesanctuary.org * www.facebook.com/SelenaFoxUpdates

 

Spring Time

  • Spring Equinox  - astronomical start of Spring aka Vernal Equinox 
  • Spring Forward - Daylight Saving Time in USA, second Sunday in March
  • Spring Weather Time – meteorological Spring starts on March 1 (northern hemisphere)
  • Spring Calendar Start – some old & contemporary Pagan paths, some other religions
  • Spring Break – in March & April, depending on school system, region
  • Spring Equinox Tides – days leading up to date of Spring Equinox (March 20 this year)

 

Spring Signs

  • Birds – migration patterns, nesting, eggs
  • Greening Land & Budding Branches
  • Spring Ephemerals
  • Lengthening Days

 

Spring Symbols

  • Colors – pastels, greens, yellows, purples
  • Ostara/Eostre Eggs, Baskets, Rabbits/Hares
  • Flowers, Seeds, Seedlings, Pussy Willows

 

Spring Cleaning

  • Cleansing thresholds
  • Airing interiors with opening of windows & doors
  • Home cleaning & rearranging, Garage sales 
  • Gardens & fields planting & growing preparations
  • Personal Reflection, Assessment, Purification, Re-patterning

 

Spring Planting

  • Selecting, blessing, planting Seeds indoors and/or outdoors
  • Planting Spiritual Seeds for personal & community growth

 

Spring Divinities

  • Ostara/Eostre
  • Deities of Resurrection – Dionysus, Persephone/Kore
  • Foliate Deities – Jack in Green, Green Gods & Green Goddesses

 

Spring Rituals

  • Decorating home, altars, shrines with Spring symbols, offerings
  • Inner Journeys for Release & Renewal
  • Balancing meditations, rituals, lifestyle changes
  • Egg Hunts, Games, Balancing, Choices Divination
  • Nature Meditations, Walks, Divinations
  • Spring tonics, greens, rejuvenation
  • Festivals, Bonfires, Feasting, Revels, Community Celebrations
  • New beginnings, innovation, new clothes & ways

 

Tuesday, 20 December 2016 15:43

Winter Solstice Chants

Written by

Solstice-Sunby Selena Fox

Solstice Sun
Solstice Sun, Shining Bright.
Shortest Day & Longest Night!
Solstice Wish of Hope & Cheer,
Peace on Earth throughout the Year!

Longest Night
Entering into the Longest Night,
Entering into the Birth of Light.

Solstice Circle Casting
Circle of Light, Circle of Sound
Circle of Solstice, Circle Around!

Solstice Spirit
Solstice Wisdom, Solstice Cheer,
Solstice Spirit, Welcome Here!

Circle of Solstice
Circle of Solstice Power, Circle of Solstice Light!
Circle of Solstice Magic, Circle of Solstice Bright!

Solstice Fire
Sacred Winter Solstice Fire,
Lift our Spirits, Take us Higher!

Solstice Magic 
Solstice Magic, Solstice Night,
Solstice Fire Burning Bright!

Yule Lights
Yule Lights on Longest Nights!
Yuletide Cheer
Be of Good Cheer,
Now & Through the Year!

Solstice Candles
Solstice Candles Glowing Bright
Inspire us with Your Sacred Light.
Solstice Circle, Yuletide Rite
Bless us on this Longest Night.

Yule Peace
Make Peace on Earth,
Make Peace Within.
At the Sun’s Rebirth
And ‘round the Wheel Again!

Solstice Peace
Solstice Peace upon Us
Solstice Peace around Us
Solstice Peace within Us
Solstice Peace

 

Saturday, 25 April 2015 05:27

Beltane Flower Customs & Rituals

Written by

by Selena Fox

Blossoms Walk – take a walk at Beltane time and look for blossoms.  Journey around your home area and/or forest, meadow, garden, park, or other place where you are likely to see flowering plants.  As you come upon a blossom, pause and appreciate its coloring, shape, fragrance, and beauty.

Flower Meditation – select a fresh flower as your focus – it can be a freshly cut flower, a living flower of a potted plant, or a flower growing outdoors.  Using your senses of sight, touch, and smell, experience the flower.  Become one with it and experience your own self in bloom.  Let this flower communion be healing, renewing, inspiring.  Give thanks to the flower.  Reflect on your experience and journal about it.

Flowers Planting – plant flowers already in bloom in your garden or in containers in your home. Select flowers suitable for the amount of light and moisture in the location where you will be planting them.  Tend them.  Meditate with them.  Learn about them.

Flower Offerings – place fresh or dried flowers at your home altar and/or other sacred places in honor of one or more forms of the Divine.  Place flowers at cemeteries in remembrance of beloved Dead.

Flower Exchange – exchange fresh flowers with others along with words of blessing.  This can be done as part of group Beltane ritual or one-to-one as an expression of friendship.

Garlanded Pillars – adorn pillars, posts, walls, thresholds and other parts of your home or other place with strands of blossoms.  Cloth crafted flower garlands can be used from year to year.

Flowers Crown – create or acquire a garland crown of flowers crafted from real or symbolic blooms.  Wear it at Beltane rites & display it on an altar or other special place when you are not wearing it.

Flowers Wreath – place a wreath of cloth or dried flowers or long-lasting fresh flowers on your front door to symbolize and welcome Springtime and the May.

May Baskets – select baskets or craft some and fill them with fresh or crafted blossoms.  Adorn your home with them – use as a centerpiece on your altar or dining table or place on your front door or porch.  Gift to those you care about.  An old custom is to gift a May basket secretly – placing by the front door on May Day morning, ringing the door bell, & disappearing before the door is answered.

Flowery Circle – place fresh cut flowers or small pots of flowers to mark the perimeter of a ceremonial Beltane circle.  This can be done in advance, or it can be done for community building and land attunement during a group ceremony.

Flower Goddess Attunement – imagine yourself in a sacred place encountering the Goddess of Flowers as May Queen.  Pay attention to what form She takes.  Envision Her presenting to you a basket of flowers of many types, shapes, and colors.  Select one as a gift from Her.  As you connect with it, pay attention to what message it has for you.  Give thanks to the May Queen Flower Goddess.  Return to waking consciousness, and then note your experiences in a journal.

 

Tuesday, 29 April 2014 08:29

Beltane Chants

Written by

by Selena Fox
Created & used for rites at Circle Sanctuary & beyond

Bringing in the May Chant

Bringing in the May, with our Rite Today!
[variant: Bringing in the May, with our Fest Today!]

Beltane Circle Chant
Circle of Life, Circle of Sound,
Circle of Beltane, Circle Around!

May Court Chant
May King! May Queen!
May Couple! Joy You Bring!

Bring in the May Chant
Spirits of Land, Spirits of Fay!
Join Our Circle to Bring in the May!

Sun Calling Chant 
Sacred Sun, we call You Forth
to shine Your Light and bring us Warmth!

Beltane Sun Thanksgiving Chant
Beltane Sun, Shining Forth,
Thank you for your Light and Warmth!

 

Wednesday, 29 January 2014 05:56

Brigid Chants

Written by

brigid-altarby Selena Fox

 

Brigid Circle

Circle of Brigid Power, Circle of Brigid Light,

Circle of Brigid Magic, Circle of Brigid Bright!

audio: http://circlepodcasts.org/brigid-invocation-chant/ 

 

Brigid Calling

Brigid, Come to Us!  Brigid, Be with Us!

Brigid, Be in Us!  Welcome!

 

Brigid Attuning

Brigid, We call to You!  Brigid, We attune to You!

Brigid, We celebrate You!

 

Brigid Fire

Brigid Fire, Come, Inspire!

 

Brigid Sacred Flame

Lady of the Sacred Flame,

Bless Us as we call Your Name: Brigid, Brigid, Brigid.

audio: http://circlepodcasts.org/brigid-blessing-chant/

 

Brigid Sacred Spring

Lady of the Sacred Spring,

Heal Us as your Name We sing: Brigid, Brigid.

 

Brigid Sun Chant

Brigid Sun Shining Bright,

Bless Us with Your Sacred Light.

 

Brigid Helping

Brigid, Hear Me.  Brigid, Hold Me.

Brigid, Heal Me.  Brigid, Help Me.

 

Brigid Healing

Brigid, Hear Me.  Brigid Heal Me.

Brigid Help Me be Well.

 

Brigid Bring Healing

Brigid Bring Healing

Brigid Bring Healing

 

Brigid Peace

Brigid Peace around You (Me/Us)

Brigid Peace upon You (Me/Us)

Brigid Peace within You (Me/Us)

Brigid Peace.  Inner Peace.

audio: http://circlepodcasts.org/brigid-peace-chant/

 

Brigid Thanking

Brigid, We honor You.  Brigid, We Cherish You.

Brigid, We thank You.

audio: http://circlepodcasts.org/honoringbrigid/

Friday, 15 March 2013 15:44

Cherry Blossom Magic

Written by

selena-cherry-blossom-treeby Selena Fox

Since ancient times, Cherry Blossoms and the non-fruit bearing trees that produce them, sakura, have been revered in Japan.  They continue to be an important part of Japanese culture, and appear in paintings, haiku poetry, anime, songs, and other creative works.   They are symbols of beauty, good fortune, and the cycle of life.  The brief time of beautiful blooming is a powerful reminder of the transience of life.   Each Spring, hanami, or blossom viewing parties and festivals are held throughout Japan.

Cherry Blossom Trees and the custom of viewing them in bloom also are in other parts of the world, including the United States of America.  One hundred years ago this Spring, a gift of 3,020 Cherry Blossom Trees from Japan arrived in Washington, DC and were planted around the Tidal Basin and surrounding areas.  In subsequent years, additional trees were added. 

One of the largest Cherry Blossom viewing events in the world today now happens every Spring in Washington, DC.  Thousands of locals and visitors from around the world converge on the Tidal Basin to delight in the beauty of the blossoming of the multitude of ornamental Cherry Trees in the city.  This year, early warm weather brought the blossoms out in time for Spring Equinox and the start of the five week Centennial Cherry Blossom Festival.

My husband Dennis and I decided to do our personal celebration of Spring Equinox this year with a journey to Washington, DC to experience the Cherry Blossom Trees in peak bloom.   In addition to delighting in the beauty of the blossoming trees themselves, this year’s journey was also one of ancestral remembrance for me.  My great grandfather Peter Bisset (1869-1951) was part of the team of horticulturists involved in importing, planting, and caring for the Cherry Blossom Trees one hundred years ago and in years that followed.

Although ornamental Cherry Trees commonly live between forty and fifty years, there are a hundred of the original trees planted in 1912 still living and blooming among the many that now surround the Tidal Basin.  It was moving to connect with these originals.  In meditative rituals, I paid tribute to them and my great grandfather, and I honored the spirit of international peace and friendship that brought this wonderful Cherry Blossom Trees community into being in my homeland.

The best way to connect with the beauty and magic of the Cherry Blossoms of Washington, DC is through direct encounter.  Viewing photographs and videos of the Blossoms online, in print, and on screens can give a glimpse of their splendor but the most powerful experiences come through spending time with the trees and their blossoms. 

I perform rites to honor these beautiful trees each time I visit.  These rituals take the form of Nature communion meditations with blossoms, trees, and landscape.  Here are some of my favorite ways of doing spiritual work with Cherry Blossoms in the Tidal Basin of Washington, DC.  Some of these rites can be adapted for work with Cherry Blossom Trees in bloom in other places. 

Blossoms Community.  Find a bench underneath one or more of the Cherry Blossom Trees and meditate on the beauty of the blossoms individually and then, collectively.  After a time, expand your focus to also include meditating on the colorful convergence of people of many paths and places appreciating the blossoms.  Be part of the multicultural, international, multilingual, interfaith blossom viewing that is happening daily, dawn to dusk, during the Cherry Blossom Festival time. 

Aged Tree Communion. Visit one of the oldest Cherry Blossom Trees, honor it as you place your hand on it, commune with it, experience its wisdom and memories.  When you are done, give it thanks and envision it thriving.   Some of the original trees are along the walkway by the water by the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial.  They are easily identified because their trunks are darker and thicker with more signs of pruning than younger ones, and often their branches extend over the walkway by the water.

Cherry Blossom Star Meditation.  Stand by a flowering branch with fully opened blossoms.  Select an individual blossom and look into its depts.  See the five-pointed star at its center.  Let this Cherry Blossom Star be a focal point for your meditation.  Meditate with your eyes open for a time. Then close your eyes briefly and internally visualize the image.  Repeat several times to memorize the image.  Then, with eyes closed for a time, envision it.  Now become one with the Cherry Blossom Star.  Experience serenity, balance, and the magic that is within the bloom and within you.  Then, open your eyes and express thanksgiving to the Spirit of the Cherry Blossom.

Moving Waters Meditation.  Rent one of the paddleboats for an hour or two, and paddle out into the waters of the Tidal Basin.  Pause, experience the movement of the water, and enjoy the view of the blooming tress along the shoreline in all directions around you.  Connect with the energy of water, land, sky, light, and blossoming Springtime.

Liberty Circle Walk.  Walk the entire path that encircles the Tidal Basin, visit each of the Memorials along the way, and reflect on Freedom enduring as you delight in the ephemeral beauty of the Cherry Blossoms.  Experience the Jefferson Memorial as a Temple of Liberty as you seek out and read Jefferson’s own words about religious freedom engraved on the wall.  Read and reflect on Freedom words and works at the George Mason, FDR, and Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorials.  Meditate on the beauty of the world’s tallest obelisk, the Washington Monument, framed by Cherry Blossoms and focus your intentions on Liberty and Justice for All.

Photographic Meditations. Meditatively take photographs of the blossoms as at different times of day and night, and in different climate conditions.  Notice and appreciate the changes in colors and textures of the blossoms.

Falling Blossoms.  Stand near some trees in full bloom.  As breezes blow, appreciate the beauty of blossom petals falling and contemplate the ephemeral nature of Life.  Deepen your understanding of beginnings and endings.

Remembrance.  Give thanks to the Cherry Blossom Trees.  Support efforts to care for them.  Carry with you the memories of your experiences and express them through poetry, narratives, photography, storytelling, ritual, and other ways.   Share your experiences with others.


 

More Information

Beyond the Tidal Basin: Introducing Other Great Flowering Cherry Trees, publication of the U.S. National Arboretum. www.usna.usda.gov.

Celebrating 100 Years of the Gift of Trees.  National Cherry Blossom Festival: The Nation’s Greatest Springtime Celebration.  Washington, DC, March 20-April 27, 2012. www.nationalcherryblossomfestival.org

Cherry Blossoms: The Official Book of the National Cherry Blossom Festival, by Ann McClellan, with photos by Ron Blunt.  Washington, DC: National Geographic.  2012.

Cherry Blossoms Photographs by Selena Fox on Facebook, March 2012: 

www.facebook.com/pages/Selena-Fox/50006939284

Selena Fox on the Power of DC’s Cherry Blossoms. Guest post by Selena Fox on Pagan Newswire Collective’s Capital Witch blog, Monday, March 26, 2012, www.capitalwitch.com


 

This article was first published in the Spring 2012 issue of CIRCLE Magazine

Selena Fox is Senior Minister of Circle Sanctuary and founder of the Circle Craft Tradition.   Her lifelong love of Nature is an essential part of her personal and community spiritual practice.  Like her great grandfather Peter Bisset, she honors Nature and capitalizes it.  Selena teaches Circle Craft through writings, in workshops and rituals across the US and elsewhere, and via her weekly internet radio show, “Circle Craft Study with Selena Fox” on Tuesday nights, 8-9 pm central. Podcasts are archived: http://circlepodcasts.org  More about Selena and her work: www.selenafox.com

Friday, 15 March 2013 15:38

Spring Emergence Journey

Written by

by Selena Fox

This journey can be done in a group setting or as a solitary working.  It can be a ritual or part of a longer ritual.  For group work, all taking part should stand in a circle and face center.  If working solo, face North.

Begin by standing in a quiet place, free from distractions. 

Breathe deeply.  Center yourself.  Relax. Envision a circle of radiant light around you.  Call upon the Divine according to your own spiritual path to bless this inner journey. Call upon the Divine within, your Inner Self, to manifest fully in your being and guide this inner journey.  Connect with and honor the Spirit of the Land at the location you have selected for this working.

Now, call to mind some negative and inhibiting habit or self concept which you seek to dispel.  Your Inner Self knows what change is best to work on at this time.  Let your Inner Self speak to the rest of your being and bring forth an awareness of what you seek to have transformed through this journey. Now begin focusing on what you seek to dispel in order to transform and grow.

For example, connect with limiting self-doubt in order to dispel it and bring forth greater self-confidence.  Or, connect with limiting procrastination in order to dispel it and bring forth greater initiative.  Or, connect with limiting dynamics of rashness and short-temperedness in order to dispel this and bring forth greater patience.

The success of this journey depends on getting in touch with a part of your psyche you have chosen to transform– the more fully you get in touch with the selected problem area targeted for transformation, the more powerful will be the working. 

Review in your mind situations in the past in which you have exhibited the characteristic/habit pattern you now wish to transform and grow out of.  Feel the force emerge fully in your being at this time – do not hold back – for to change, it is necessary to connect with that which needs changing.  You have created a safe space for this working and you have called forth your Inner Self to guide you in this work – let that Inner Self help you probe your psyche and bring that which needs to be transformed to the surface.

Spend as much time as you need to bring forth the essence of what you wish to change.  Then as you feel totally embraced with the energy of that essence to the point you feel you are about to be consumed with it, kneel on the ground, put the palms of your hands flat on the ground beside you, and touch your forehead to the ground, and work with the healing power of the Land to discharge what needs to be released and transformed.   

(If in a group situation, the facilitator should wait until all participants have moved to the ground and begun discharging before proceeding.)

Feel the Power of the Land. Feel the Power of Mother Earth flowing through the Land and you.  Let this grounding process neutralize all those energies whose time has come to pass from your psyche.  Discharge all that energy you have called forth for transformation.  Keep discharging until it all passes from you. Experience your old habit pattern dying.  Let it die.  Feel the death.  Breathe deeply … Discharge … Let the old habit pattern that needs to die, Die.  Feel the clarity that comes from discharging.  Breathe deeply.  The old must die to create space for the birth of the new.  Breathe deeply.

Now experience yourself transforming into a caterpillar.  Shapeshift into this form with your imagination, and if you wish, move your body along the ground to deepen your experience.  The more you enter into this process, the more powerful this working.

You are now a caterpillar.  Experience this for a time.

Now within your caterpillar awareness, you sense it is time to spin a cocoon.  As you continue this inner journey in your caterpillar form, you find a sturdy branch where you can do this.

Feel the branch you have come to rest upon.  Inch your way along it until you find a comfortable spot.  Grasp it with your lower appendages.  Feel the silken webs starting to form within you.  Now use your front appendages to pull the silken stuff from your solar plexus.  Swirl it around you.  Twist your body according to your Inner guidance.  You instinctively know how to spin a cocoon.  Keep your lower appendages fixed to the branch for stability, and let your front appendages move freely.  Spin … Spin … Spin.  Weave your silken nest.  Weave your home of transformation.  The more you move and get involved with this experience, the more assured you’ll be of your Springtime metamorphosis.  Keep spinning and weaving … building your cocoon … until you have spun yourself completely in.  Feel the comfortable feeling of being nestled in the cocoon.  Now sleep.  You are safe and centered.

Sleep.  Sleep.  Sleep.  Very relaxed … Sleep … Sleep … Sleep.  You are in a comfortable cocoon.  It is a magical place … it is a sarcophagus .... and it is a womb.

Your being as you once knew it has died, but the essence that is You has not.  Your Inner Self is directing this working in the way that is right for you.  Sleep … Sleep … Sleep.  Deeper into a trance of change.  It is a time of rest in preparation for transformation.

(In group settings, the facilitator should pause the meditation until all have settled into a deep resting meditation for five to ten minutes. Then the journey should proceed to its next phase.)

Now become aware that something is stirring within you.  Feel it … Breath deeply and let this energy emerge in your being.  A new Self and way of being is emerging....  A Self instilled with the qualities you seek to channel into your being.  It grows stronger.  You feel the warmth of the Sun through the walls of your cocoon.  You smell sweet blossoms and green grass.  You hear the songs of birds … and the rustle of warm breezes.  You experience the rebirth and renewal of Springtime.

Life is awakening in your being … you are awakening … new patterns of consciousness are awakening.  You feel it throughout your body, mind, and spirit.  You want to move.  You want to emerge from your cocoon, once a home, now an outmoded confinement.  Move your body against the cocoon.  Rub it until the wall ruptures.  Move your body through the opening you’ve created.  Now you are emerging.  Light!  You see it.  Move to the Light.  Feel it.  Feel the energy of Life mounting within you.  Burst forth.  You are free!

What is this?  Your body has changed.  There are wet wings around you.  Test those wings gently.  Feel them dry as you spread them in the warm breezes.  Now stretch them fully and flap them.  Up and down … Up and down … Up and down.  They are getting stronger.  Stand upright and keep flapping them.  Fly!

Feel yourself flying … up … up … up … higher into the sky.  You have been transformed.  No longer a caterpillar … now a butterfly.  You are free.  Dance and feel new qualities you desire in your being emerge and blossom.  Celebrate this.

(If working solo, dance free-form clockwise around your circle several times.  Come to rest facing East.  If working in a group, the facilitator should lead all participants in a butterfly dance, free-form and clockwise around the circle.  Continue until all are fully flying with their spirits and all are experiencing exuberance.)

Now let us end this dance for now.  Yet this dance will go on continuously within us for we have been transformed and freed from our old way of being.

Let us once again center ourselves and prepare to return to waking consciousness.  Let us give thanks to the Land, to Mother Earth, to Nature and Her transforming power.  Let us ever grow in our Inner Self, that which is one with the Divine as One and as Many.  May the Divine continue to guide our paths.  So Mote It Be.

After returning to consciousness, journal about the experience, and then take down the circle/sacred space created at the start of this working.  Keep your experience in mind as you try out new, healthier ways of being in daily life.

 


 

An earlier form of this meditation was first published in 1980 Spring and Summer issues of Circle Network News.

Selena Fox is Senior Minister of Circle Sanctuary and founder of the Circle Craft Tradition.   Her lifelong love of Nature is an essential part of her personal and community spiritual practice.  She has a M.S. in Counseling from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.  Selena guides inner journeys with Nature imagery as part of group rituals she facilitates and as part of individual work with clients in her telephone consultation practice. Selena teaches Circle Craft through writings, in workshops and rituals across the US and elsewhere, and via her weekly internet radio show, “Circle Craft Study with Selena Fox” on Tuesday nights, 8-9 pm central: http://circlepodcasts.org  More information: www.selenafox.com

 

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Friday, 04 January 2013 17:20

Brigid Chants

Written by

brigid-candleby Selena Fox

 

Brigid Circle (audio)

Circle of Brigid Power, Circle of Brigid Light,

Circle of Brigid Magic, Circle of Brigid Bright!

 

Brigid Calling

Brigid, Come to Us!  Brigid, Be with Us!

Brigid, Be in Us!  Welcome!

 

Brigid Attuning

Brigid, We call to You!  Brigid, We attune to You!

Brigid, We celebrate You!

 

Brigid Fire

Brigid Fire, Come, Inspire!

 

Brigid Sacred Flame (audio)

Lady of the Sacred Flame,

Bless Us as we call Your Name: Brigid, Brigid.

 

Brigid Sacred Spring

Lady of the Sacred Spring,

Heal Us as your Name We sing: Brigid, Brigid.

 

Brigid Helping

Brigid, Hear Me.  Brigid, Hold Me.

Brigid, Heal Me.  Brigid, Help Me.

 

Brigid Healing

Brigid, Hear Me.  Brigid Heal Me.

Brigid Help Me be Well.

 

Brigid Peace (audio)

Brigid Peace around You (Me/Us)

Brigid Peace upon You (Me/Us)

Brigid Peace within You (Me/Us)

Brigid Peace.  Inner Peace.

 

Brigid Thanking (audio)

Brigid, We honor You.  Brigid, We Cherish You.

Brigid, We thank You.

Monday, 19 November 2012 06:17

Yuletide Celebrations & Resources

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yule general splashCelebrate the longest night of the year and the return of the Sun with Yuletide events from Circle Sanctuary!  We offer in-person celebrations, live Internet radio shows, articles, podcasts, and much more!

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