1 3 c copy1/3
Kahe Mahe
Binary 3
5-7½° Aries

In the Astroshamanic Binary System, Sun in Aries (1) and Moon in Gemini (3) constitute Binary 1.3, or Binary number 3.

The combination Aries/Gemini features direct communication and courageous initiative as one of its main themes. It is about being straightforward, going directly to the point, without detours and waste of time, clarifying how things are, and giving or receiving a “yes” or “no”. The energy of Aries finds satisfaction when it pursues what provides passion and inspiration, with no compromise, fear and useless procrastination, yet acting with sense of timing and care.

When we are afraid to act, communicate or take decisions, if we are aware that our motivations are legitimate and luminous, fear comes as a sign inviting us not to draw our strength from our ego, but from the source of true strength abiding in the Light. Usually, if we receive a positive confirmation from Light, it is about doing exactly what we are afraid of. If instead it is our personality which wants to challenge fear for one’s pride or to achieve dubious results, perhaps what we feel is wise prudence rather than fear.

When we are clear regarding our intention and act accordingly, it is inevitable to get what we want. Aries and Gemini combined openly express what they want, undisturbed by any “no” they may receive and disregarding embarassment, fears, refusal, failures. If you insist on asking for what you want, it is almost guaranteed that someone at a certain stage will positively respond, no matter what you are asking.

The majority of people express what they want only when they feel safe and this may take days, months, years or it may never happen. Aries asks immediately, especially when it does not feel safe, when there is a risk. And its success is certain.

Its aim is to finalize courses of actions, and cannot conceive procrastination, compromise and fear. It uses the fear to provide motivation. It hears the fear, yet it does not believe in what the fear says.

The Sun in Aries and the Moon in Gemini combines Cardinal Fire with Mutable Air, blending Aries’s courage, clarity, initiative, focus and straightforwardness with Gemini’s versatility, communication, dexterity, flexibility and lightness. In astroshamanic terms this is the Binary 1.3, the third binary.

Those who align with this combination are most articulate and persuasive beings, capable of venturing in any realm of communication and with a tendency to dominate in verbal interaction. They have the quality of being very frank, direct and transparent, yet at times they may speak impulsively or disclose multidimensional information which can be misunderstood and cause troubles. Music, art and theatre are often more ideal channels for their unexpurgated expression.

This glyph can provide unbending clarity and the capacity to focus thoughts in firm alignment with one’s Intention, while releasing predatory thought forms. It also provides the faculty to communicate with clarity, without hesitations, courageously.

The invitation here is to communicate with courage, being direct regarding what you want, going straight to the point and facing the challenge to receive a “no” or “yes”. 1.3 is inspired when it goes after what it is passionate about, regardless of the consequences. Its aim is to finalize courses of actions, and cannot conceive procrastination, compromise and fear in this regard. 1.3 uses the fear to provide motivation in its action and communicate, to ride and challenge it, by doing exactly what it is afraid of.

Since 1.3 always communicates what it wants, regardless of the “yes” or “no” it receives, it inevitably gets what it wants. 1.3 communicates to everyone and everything what it wants, and someone or something is bound to say “yes”. The ordinary human being asks what he wants only when he feels safe and this may take days, months, years or it may never happen. 1.3 asks it immediately, especially when it does not feel safe, when there is a risk. Its success is guaranteed.

1.3 challenges fear at all times. It hears the fear, yet it does not believe in what the fear says, it is not blocked by its insanity and acts out straight away.

waxing crescentFour days after exact New Moon we are moving in the second half still of the Crescent Moon, or Sowing Moon, with exact Crescent Moon occurring when the Sun and the Moon is 45° apart  (Sun sextile Moon).  Significant elements of the potential of the New Moon continue to emerge. It is a receptive phase, aimed at gathering information and getting ready to take action according to the Intent established or perceived during New Moon. At this stage the multidimensional Intent gently comes to terms with the ordinary reality. The question here is: “How can I communicate my Intent in ways understandable in the third-dimensional reality?” This is also a time of digestion, analysis and planning.


Astroshamanic Seal:



Jamie Hewlett, English comic book artist and designer, best known for being the co-creator of the comic strip Tank Girl and co-creator of the band Gorillaz.

William Holman Hunt (2 April 1827 – 7 September 1910) (1.3) English painter, and one of the founders of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. Author of the Shadow of Death and ‘The Light of the World”.

Frieda Rebecca Hughes (1.3.1) b. April 1, 1960, London, English poet and painter. She has published seven children’s books and four poetry collections and had many exhibitions.

J. C. Leyendecker, (1.3) born 23 March 1874, American illustrator.

Pierre Rousseau (1.3.9, Neptune cjn Asc) April 15, 1812 – December 22, 1867, French painter of the Barbizon school.

Jan Van Beers, 27 March 1852, (1.3) Belgian painter († 1927)

Koloman Moser, 30 March 1868 (1.3) Austrian painter and designer († 1918).



Jackie Chan SBS (1.3.3) born on April 7, 1954, Chinese actor, director, martial artist, film producer, screenwriter, singer and stunt performer.

Jessica Chastain (1.3.8) born March 24, 1977, American theater, film, and television actress.

Bette Davis (1.3.8, Pluto cjn Moon) April 5, 1908 – October 6, 1989, two-time Academy Award-winning American actress of film, television and theatre, noted for her willingness to play unsympathetic characters.

Doris Day (1.3.6) born April 3, 1922, American singer, actress, and animal welfare advocate.

Jennifer Garner (1.3,4) born April 17, 1972, American actress and film producer.

Ezio Greggio (1.3.1) born 7 April 1954, Italian comedian, actor, writer and film director.

Sir Alec Guinness CH, CBE (1.3.1) April 2, 1914 – August 5, 2000, Academy Award and Tony Award-winning English actor.

Michael Haneke (born March 23, 1942 in Munich, Germany) Austrian filmmaker and writer best known for his bleak and disturbing style.

Harry Houdini (1.3.11, Saturn cjn Asc) March 24, 1874 – October 31, 1926, Hungarian-American magician, escapologist (widely regarded as one of the greatest ever), stunt performer, as well as an investigator of spiritualists, film producer, actor, and an amateur aviator.

Carlo Lizzani (1.3.2) born 3 April 1922, died on October 5, 2013, Italian film director, screenwriter and critic.

Ewan McGregor (1.3.7, Uranus cjn Asc) born March 31, 1971, Scottish actor who has had significant success in mainstream, indie and art house films.

Born Pierre Renoir, Jr. (1.3.1, Pluto cjn Moon) March 21, 1885, Paris – March 11, 1952, Paris, French stage and film actor and director of the Comedie Francaise.

Peter van Heirseele, best known as Herr Seele, born on April 13, 1959 in Torhout, Flemish painter, draftsman, film director, screenwriter, journalist, TV host, and radio host

Omar Sharif (1.3.7, Uranus cjn Sun, Pluto cjn MC) April 10, 1932 – July 10, 2015, Egyptian actor.


Carlo Cassola (1.3.3) born March 27, 1917 in Roma, died January 29, 1987, Italian writer, philosopher and teacher.

Frederick Leigh Gardner (1.3.2) born on March 31, 1857 in London, died on 1930, British astrologer and collector of Masonic books.

Edmund Husserl (April 8, 1859, Proßnitz, Moravia, Austrian Empire – April 26, 1938, Freiburg, Germany) philosopher and mathematician and the founder of the 20th century philosophical school of phenomenology.

Jean-Marie Gustave Le Clézio, or J.M.G. Le Clézio (1.3.11) born April 13, 1940, Nice, France, Mauritian novelist from English and Breton origins.

Heinrich Mann (1.3.8) 27 March 1871 – 12 March 1950, German novelist who wrote works with social themes whose attacks on the authoritarian and increasingly militaristic nature of post-Weimar German society led to his exile in 1933.

Spike Milligan KBE (1.3.11, Pluto cjn Moon) 16 April 1918 – 27 February 2002, Anglo-Irish comedian, writer, musician, poet and playwright, co-creator and the principal writer of The Goon Show.

Alan Oken (1.3.8) Sun Aries, Moon Gemini, Ascendant Scorpio, American astrologer and writer (New York, March 28, 1944)

Octavio Paz, born 31 March 1914, Sun in Aries and Moon in Gemini, Mexican poet and writer.

“Solitude is the profoundest fact of the human condition. Man is the only being who knows he is alone.”

“Deserve your dream.”

“…because two bodies, naked and entwined,

leap over time, they are invulnerable,

nothing can touch them, they return to the source.

There is no you, no I, no tomorrow,

no yesterday, no names, the truth of two

in a single body, a single soul,

oh total being…”

“It is always difficult to give oneself up; few persons anywhere ever succeed in doing so, and even fewer transcend the possessive stage to know love for what it actually is: a perpetual discovery, and immersion in the waters of reality, an unending re-creation.”

“Ser uno mismo es, siempre, llegar a ser ese otro que somos y que llevamos escondido en nuestro interior, más que nada como promesa o posibilidad de ser.”

“Eroticism is first and foremost a thirst for otherness. And the supernatural is the supreme otherness. This is perhaps the most noble aim of poetry, to attach ourselves to the world around us, to turn desire into love, to embrace, finally what always evades us, what is beyond, but what is always there – the unspoken, the spirit, the soul.”

“Una civilización que niega a la muerte, acaba por negar a la vida.”

“Erotic acts are instinctive; they fulfill a role in nature. The idea is familiar, but it is one that contains a paradox: there is nothing more natural than sexual desire; there is nothing less natural than the forms in which it is made manifest and satisfied.”

Spencer Tracy (1.3.10, Neptune cjn Moon) April 5, 1900 – June 10, 1967, two-time Academy Award-winning American film and stage actor who appeared in 74 films from 1930 to 1967.

Raoul Vaneigem (born March 21, 1934) Belgian writer and philosopher.

Mario Vargas Llosa (1.3.4) Peruvian author, politician (Arequipa, Perù, March 28, 1936)

Chiara Zocchi (1.3.7, Pluto cjn Asc) born March 25, 1977 in Varese, Italian author. She got success with her novel Olga,



Anita Carter (March 31, 1933 – July 29, 1999) versatile American singer who experimented with several different types of music

Vladimir Cosma (born April 13, 1940) composer, conductor and violinist, born in Bucharest, Romania.

Black Francis (1.3.4) born Charles Michael Kittridge Thompson IV on April 6, 1965, American singer, songwriter and guitarist, best known as the frontman of the influential alternative rock band Pixies.

Jonathan Groff (born March 26, 1985) American singer, song-writer and stage and screen actor.

Arthur Higelin (born Paris, France, 27 March 1966), better known under his stage name Arthur H, pianist, songwriter and singer.

Herbert Hancock (1.3.12) born April 12, 1940 in Chicago, Illinois, Academy Award and multiple Grammy Award-winning jazz pianist and composer.

Renaud Hantson (1.3.5) born March 29, 1963, French singer and musician.

Franz Joseph Haydn (1.3.6, Neptune cjn Moon/MC, Saturn cjn Sun, Uranus cjn IC) March 31, 1732 – May 31, 1809, one of the most prominent composers of the Classical period, and is called by some the “Father of the Symphony” and “Father of the String Quartet”.

Cristina Marocco (born 21 March 1972 in Turin, Italy) Italian singer and actress.

Modest Petrovich Mussorgsky (1.3.7) Russian composer (Karevo, Imperial Russia  21 March [O.S. 9 March] 1839 – 28 March [O.S. 16 March] 1881)

David Pirner, born on April 16, 1964 in Green Bay, Wisconsin, American singer, best known for being the lead vocalist for the band Soul Asylum.

Alan Price (1.3.1) born 19 April 1942 in Fatfield, County Durham, England, musician, songwriter, record producer and actor.

Tito Puente, Sr., (April 20, 1923 – June 1, 2000) Latin Jazz and Mambo musician.

Sergei Rachmaninoff  (1.3.5) Sun Aries, Moon Gemini, Ascendant Leo,  Russian composer, pianist, and conductor (Semyonovo, near Great Novgorod, April 1, 1873 – 28 March 1943).

Izzy Stradlin (born April 8, 1962) American musician, best known as one of the lead songwriters and rhythm guitarist of the hard rock band Guns N’ Roses from 1985 to 1991.

Herbert von Karajan (1.3.8, Pluto cjn Moon) April 5, 1908 – July 16, 1989, Austrian conductor.

Deryck Whibley (born March 21, 1980), also known as Bizzy D, musician and producer best known for his work as the guitarist and lead vocalist and songwriter of Canadian rock Juno Award winning band Sum 41



Alcide De Gasperi (1.3.11, Pluto cjn Moon) 3 April 1881 – 19 August 1954, Italian statesman and politician, one of the Founding fathers of the European Union.

Luigi Einaudi (1.3.4) (March 24, 1874 – October 30, 1961) Italian politician and economist. He served as the second President of the Italian Republic between 1948 and 1955.

Henry IV (3 April 1367 – 20 March 1413) King of England and France and Lord of Ireland 1399–1413.

Helmut Kohl (1.3.1, Uranus cjn Sun, Saturn cjn MC) born April 3, 1930, German conservative politician and statesman.



Marilyn Ferguson (1.3.9, Neptune cjn MC) born April 5, 1938, Grand Junction, Colorado, New Age American author and public speaker. She wrote the bestselling The Brain Revolution (Taplinger, 1973).

Swami Narayanananda (1.3.8, Pluto cjn Moon) 12 April 1902 – 26 February 1988, teacher of Vedanta philosophy. He called his teachings “The Universal Religion,” implying that they are dealing with Truth, irrespective of caste, creed, sex, nationality, race, etc. He emphasizes the moral code of conduct as a basis for spiritual development, and puts particular stress on sexual sublimation implying brahmacharya – celibacy or (for married people and couples) moderation in sexual life, as a means to maintain and improve physical, mental and spiritual health.

Ed Steinbrecher (1.3.9, Uranus cjn Sun) born April 4, 1930 in Chicago, Illinois – 26 January 2002, American professional astrologer, author, lecturer, teacher and metaphysician.


Handorian References:

Almanac, also known as Kirwayral, represents the northern apex of the Kirway peninsula bordering the State of Hartem. It constitutes the topmost southern defensive front for the Core Handorian States, and a zone of integration aimed at facilitating the access to the State of Akirwa. The capital is Almandoc, also known as Kirmahel, while the largest centre is Artembishop, also known as Dokorpasal, an Akirwa appendix of the Harte metropolis, where the celebrated Arch of the Two Horns, a passageway formed by two gigantic cones, resides. The national territory also includes the thin peninsula of Alkirwakali, after the name of the national warrior saint. Almanac is characterised by an extreme energetic fluidity, which facilitates the uncompromising release of grievances and makes it an ideal location when it is necessary to draw support in order to liberate oneself from stagnated Graha. The access to the State of Harte is limited to 12 checkpoints, among which, besides Artembishop, Kirwahel is prominent for it sovereigns the Grand Gap between Akirwa and Harte.
Artempennic (1.3.11) was originally part of Harte and was donated to Akirwa in gratitude for their involvement in the battle of Artempennic.
Almanac has dominance over Lombardia and Denmark.

Almanacan Names: Asterup, Almandoc, Akirup

Provordo Names: Abhirup (beauty), Amardeep (infinite light), Amitrup (endless), Anoop (eternal lord), Anudip (small light), Atirup (very beautiful), Nirup (without form), Nirvikalp (thoughtless consciousness).


Provisional Territorial Units:

Pahai Almcan
Nation of Almanac
Canamla fo Noitan
Binary 3

D1-3: ITALY, LOMBARDY: Milano [Cc/gs], Aicurzio, Buscate, Castano Primo, Chiaravalle (4); Bergamo [Cc], Almeno S.Bartolomeo, Covernago, Palatina (1); Mantova [Cc], (2); Monza [Cc], Brianza (3); Cremona [Cc], Crema [Cc], Rivolta (5); Como [Cc], Ossuccio, Tomo (6); Brescia [Cc/gs], Capo di Ponte, Darfo Boario Terme, Bisogne, Tuscolano (7); Lecco: Bellano, Rovagnate (8); Varese [Cc], Torba, Vergiate (9); Sondrio [Cc] (10); Lodi [Cc] (11); Pavia [Cc], Vigevano [Cc] (12).
5-7½° Aries; Aries/Gemini; Aries/Mars.
Italie Pradesia: Milane Samaya. AKIRWA, Almanac: Almandoc.

D1-3-1 Lombardy, Bergamo: (244 comuni), IT-BG (LM)
Bergamo [S1] [1st: province capital city 35; Bergamo Cathedral (St Alexander) RC Diocese; SCS] [Harlequin, Brighella, Gaetano Donizetti b; St Alexander of Bergamo p]
Almenno San Bartolomeo [3rd: Rotonda San Tomé, circular church]
Albino; Alzano Lombardo; Capriate San Gervasio; Caravaggio; Clusone;Cortenuova; Covernago [2nd: Castello di Malpaga]
Palatina [2nd: Sanctuary Nativity Virgin Mary, dragon]
Pontida; Romano di Lombardia; Seriate; Treviglio;

D1-3-2 Lombardy, Mantua: (70 comuni), IT-MN (LM)
Mantua [S2] [1st: Mantua Cathedral (St Peter) RC Diocese; Mantua Basilica (St Andrew) co-cathedral] [St Anselm of Lucca p]
Asola; Castelgoffredo; Castiglione delle Stiviere; Curtatone; Isola di Carturo [Mantegna b ]; Suzzara
Virgilio [Virgil b]

D1-3-3 Lombardy, Monza Brianza: (50 comuni), IT-MB (LM)
Monza [1st: province capital city 34; [St John Baptist p]
Besana; Brugherio; Cesano Maderno; Concorrezzo; Desio; Giussano; Lissone; Meda; Seregno; Vimercate;

D1-3-4 Lombardy, Milan: (139 comuni), IT-MI (LM)
Milan [S4] [1st: region capital city 2; Milan Cathedral (Blessed Virgin Mary) 1390, RC Archdiocese, 45° 27′ 51″ N, 9° 11′ 29″ E; La Scala, theatre; Basilica of St Lawence; 2nd: Three Military Cones, via Rubattino, opposite Esselunga; Via Maffei; Cimitero Monumentale; Milano Fiori on-TetL7/RDoL1; 3rd: Santa Maria delle Grazie, Leonardo’s Last Supper] [Andrea Appiani, Alessandro Manzoni, Caravaggio b; St Ambrose] [11.11.7PC, 11.6.12 LC b]
Aicurzio [1st: Templar site]
Arese; Bollate; Castano Primo; Cernusco sul Naviglio;
Buscate [on-TetL7/RDoL1]; Castano Primo [on-TetL7/RDoL1]
Chiaravalle [2nd: Abbey, papess Giovanna]
Cinisello Balsamo [1st: city 74]
Cologno Monzese; Corbetta; Corsico; Garbagnate Milanese; Gorgonzola;
Legnano [1st: city 110] [St Magnus of Milan p]
Magenta; Melegnano; Melzo; Novate Milanese; Opera [on-TetL7/RDoL1]
Paterno Dugnano; Parabiago; Paullo; Peschiera Borromeo; Pioltello;
Rho [1st: city 146]
Rozzano; San Donato Milanese; San Giuliano Milanese; Segrate;
Sesto San Giovanni [1st: city 66]
Trezzo sull’Adda

D1-3-5 Lombardy, Cremona: (115 comuni), IT-CR (LM)
Cremona [S7] [1st: province capital city 77; Cremona Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese, Last Supper with Mary Magdalene; 2 nd: Torrazzo; St Abbondio’s Church, black Madonna] [St Himerius p]
Crema [1st: Crema Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese]
Rivolta d’Adda [2 nd: St Sigismondo’s Church, Last Supper]

D1-3-6 Lombardy, Como: (162 comuni), IT-CO (LM)
Como [1st: province capital city 61; Como Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin)  RC Diocese] [Alessandro Volta b; St Abundius of Como p] [5.2.8DN b]
Appiano Gentile; Cernobbio; Erba; Lomazzo; Mariano Comense
Montorfano [2 nd: Lake]
Ossuccio [1st: Sacro Monte of the Blessed Virgin of Succour, 1532, 45° 58′ 30″ N, 9° 10′ 12″ E]
Torno [2 nd: Avelli]

D1-3-7 Lombardy, Brescia: (206 comuni), IT-BS (LM)
Brescia [S2] [1st: province capital city 17; Brescia Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin, SS Peter/Paul) cathedral RC Diocese; Templar site; 3rd:  SCS Duomo Vecchio, round church] [St Faustinus, St Jovita  p]
Capo di Ponte [2 nd: Pieve di San Siro]
Darfo Boario Terme [1st: Stone carvings of Val Camonica, 8000BC, 46° 1′ 26″ N, 10° 21′ 0″ E; Flower of Life, engraving (Erbanno)]
Gardone Val Trompia; Gargnano sul Garda [2nd: St Francis Church, Neptune];
Ghedi; Lonato del Garda; Manerbio; Montichiari; Orzinovi; Palazzuolo sull’Oglio;
Pisogne [2 nd: St Mary of the Snow, church]; Salò; Travagliato;
Tuscolano Maderno [2 nd: St Andrew’ Church]

D1-3-8 Lombardy, Lecco: (90 comuni), IT-LC (LM)
Lecco [St Nicholas of Myra  p] [12.4.8PN b]
Bellano [2 nd: Casa del Diavolo]; Civate [1st: Eremo San Pietro al Monte]
Esino Lario [12.4.8PN r]; Merate; Perledo [2nd: Castello di Vezio]; Rovagnate [2nd: Parco di Montevecchia]
[1st: Monte Legnone, highest point, 2609m]

D1-3-9 Lombardy, Varese: (190 comuni), IT-VA (LM)
Varese [1st: province capital city 64; Sacro Monte di Varese, 1598, 45° 51′ 47.8″ N, 8° 47′ 30.8″ E]
Angera; Brebbia [2 nd: St Peter’s Church, Minerva]
Busto Arsizio [1st: city 67]
Gallarate [1st: city 145]
Luino; Somarate; Saronno; Torba [2nd: Monastery, stone]; Tradate; Vergiate [2 nd: Hangar]

D1-3-10 Lombardy, Sondrio: (78 comuni), IT-SO (LM)
Sondrio [1st: province capital town]

D1-3-11 Lombardy, Lodi: (61 comuni), IT-LO (LM)
Lodi [1st: Lodi Cathedral (St Bassanius) RC Diocese]
Casalpusterlengo [on-TetL7/RDoL1]; Cotogno [on-TetL7/RDoL1]; Lodi Vecchio [on-TetL7/RDoL1]; Maccastorna [2nd: Castello]

D1-3-12 Lombardy, Pavia: (190 comuni), IT-PV (LM)
Pavia [1st: province capital city 81; Pavia Cathedral (Assumption Blessed Virgin) RC Diocese] [Gerolamo Cardano b; St Syrus of Pavia p]
Mortara; Strabella; Torricella Verzate [1st: Templar site]
Vigevano [1st: city 100; Vigevano Cathedral (St Ambrose) RC Diocese]
Voghera; Zavattarello [2nd: Castello del Verme]
[2nd:  Monte Lesima, highest point, 1724m]


Binary Programme 1 – Pahekarubhe: 1.3 – 020498  

020498: Incontro Cervo al quale mostro un Cristallo posto sulla mia fronte (Faro) e comunico il mio Intento. Lui mi chiede per quale motivo lo faccio. Rimango un po’ colpito dal suo intervento e gli domando se c’è bisogno da parte mia di comunicargli il mio Intento “Io lo conosco,” risponde Cervo “l’hai espresso prima, ed è questo il motivo per cui sono qui”. Mi reco nel deserto che accede a Quiumakai. Entro dal Passo dei Due Corni e domando a Cervo e alla Guida di entrare dentro di me poiché ho da essere solo in questa area. Qui c’è da affrontare un nemico temibile: quello dei pensieri e delle parole. In questa area si tratta di uccidere e incorporare questi pensieri vaganti in modo che possano essere asserviti a Intento e Funzione. Ecco che arriva un Guerriero Invisibile. Impugno Azaheroa e lo Scudo che uso come arma sbattendolo addosso al Guerriero. Il primo pensiero è in relazione con l’agitazione e l’eccesso di informazioni: esso è connesso con l’allergia. Arriva il Sadoh della combinazione. Ora combatto questi pensieri tracciando su di loro il marchio di Quiumakai e quello della combinazione che arriva ora. E’ una V con al centro una barra verticale terminante con un cerchio. Vado sulla Collina di S1 e poi incido il simbolo sulla specifica parte del Canale. Su di esso verranno incisi via via tutti i marchi.  Ricevo poi la conferma per il gruppo a Khampa nella misura in cui connetto il lavoro con Quiumakai e HSS così come tutti i fratelli e sorelle. Ricevo inoltre il consenso di usare questi marchi e qualunque altra cosa alle precedenti condizioni. Posso anche ricevere posture e movimenti. E’ con il tuo agire nel Mondo di Mezzo che tu ci ripaghi.