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born 10 months before

admired the illustrated natural history journals of

Thoreau's 1849 essay Civil Disobedience inspired both





poetical philosopher of nature

author of Walden


operated his family's pencil factory

Henry David Thoreau

Earth-birth Saturday 12-Jul-1817

dematerialization 06-May-1862 [age 44]




author of Walden Pond


Henry David Thoreau

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Rising Nakshatra

Masculine Public-Figure Examples

Svati - Arcturus

Chotthi - Vayu - Nishtya


For Svatika births of a masculine valence, the disposition of mesmerizing, hypnotic, shadowy, exciting, passionate, ambitious, opportunistic, privilege-seeking Professor Rahu may considerably affect the outcome .

For those born into the paradigm of Nishthya, exotics, ethnic mixers, opportunists, fascinators, mesmerizers, privilege-seekers, impostors, rogues, agents of passion and desire, self-proclaimers, self-promoters, charlatans, masters of smoke and oils, and entrancingly ambitious persons may be especially influential.

Guided by the instructing intelligences of Arcturus. Their purpose is to broker trade agreements and balance the interests of multiple ambitious stakeholders.

Social justice, personal power

[Rahu] -ruled Svatika gentlemen are Mix-Master Middlemen. They tend to be fascinating figures. By skillfully mixing and trading with different folks, Svatika chaps build exotic new exchange relationships. They are often found in policy organizations and government agencies, where their social equity work is distinctively multi-cultural. Their roles include trader, exchanger, bridge-builder, diplomat, negotiator, deal-maker, bargainer, marriage-matcher, alliance-designer, and other balancing activities that engage two mismatched sides within one functional agreement.

Svatika represents Rahu's desire to amplify Shukra's quest for harmonious agreements. Rahu challenges cultural boundaries. The mix-master may skillfully combine unusual agents and mismatched agendas in order to obtain a rebalanced status. Similar to Sadachbia, the Svatika-born are mixed-system orchestrators who may take direction from Otherworldly sources. The character of Rahu is determinative.

Due to their Rahu-gifted ability to think outside the box, Svatika-born may realize previously unthinkable opportunities for diplomacy and fair exchange. Their success is noted in negotiation, trade-deals, and bargaining in commodities, ideas, or services.

In politics, Nishthya fellows may be associated with social, economic, or political integration of previously hostile or excluded participants. Their special talent is dealing with those who may be rogues, outsiders, stigmatized, or posturing frauds . Vayu-born graciously mix people and environments that were once segregated, by making successful pairings between ethnicities, religions, nations, or individuals of differing practice.

Their pursuit of a social justice agenda is not entirely idealistic. It is ultimately motivated by their desire to obtain privilege by facilitating partnership geared to increased barter, brokerage, and exchange.

Themes of opportunity, fascination with appearances, and acquisition of privilege may contextualize Svatika's terrestrial experience. Applies also to Svatika-Chandra

QUOTATION from Shil-Ponde. [1939] . Hindu Astrology Joytisha-Shastra. p 84r.

" ... a slow and deliberative character,

  • almost ponderous in thought and action

  • Yet, intelligent and logical

While he may be slower at arriving at conclusions than most people,

  • on final analysis his reasoning is sound

  • and his conclusion more accurate than others who may be more brilliant.

He is very religious, somewhat orthodox ,

  • and his environment permitting will attend church regularly

  • or at any rate participate in some religious activity.

Many priests or ministers are found to have Swati on the Rising Point."


Thoreau in 1861 [age 43]

" He chose to be rich by making his wants few,

and supplying them himself. In his travels, he used the railroad only to get over so much country as was unimportant to the present purpose, walking hundreds of miles, avoiding taverns, buying a lodging in farmers' and fishermen's houses, as cheaper, and more agreeable to him, and because there he could better find the men and the information he wanted.

There was somewhat military in his nature not to be subdued, always manly and able, but rarely tender, as if he did not feel himself except in opposition.

He wanted a fallacy to expose, a blunder to pillory, I may say required a little sense of victory, a roll of the drum, to call his powers into full exercise."

~~ Ralph Waldo Emerson's eulogy Thoreau, printed in The Atlantic Monthly [August 1862]


drawing made from the 1861 photograph

Biographical details matched to Vimshottari dasha calendar

[Rahu Mahadasha]

12-Jul-1817 Earth-birth in Concord, Massachusetts, USA * Rahu-Guru bhukti

[Guru Mahadasha]

1833 [HDT age 15] matriculates at Harvard College * Guru-Guru svabhukti

1836 [HDT age 18] contracts tuberculosis, which become a chronic condition. After many recurrences, it will kill him in 1862 * Guru-Shani bhukti

1837 [HDT age 19] earned A.B. diploma Harvard College * Guru-Budha bhukti * Budha diploma

11-Jan-1842 [HDT age 24] grieved the decease beloved elder brother + fellow schoolteacher John [#2 of 4] of tetanus, in HDT's arms * Guru-Shukra bhukti* Shukra activates 2nd-from-11th-from-Chandra

[Shani Mahadasha]

14-Jun-1849 [HDT age 31] grieved the decease of beloved elder sister [#1 of 4] , schoolteacher Helen Louise Thoreau [of tuberculosis] Shani-Shani svabhukti * Shani activates 12th-from-9th-from-Chandra

1849 [HDT age 31] after spending the night in jail after being arrested for not paying a poll-tax, publishes Civil Disobedience * Shani-Shani svabhukti

1854 [HDT age 37] first publication of Walden Life in the Woods = HDT's enduring environmentalist journal, * Shani-Budha bhukti * Budha publications

03-Feb-1859 [HDT age 42] grieved decease of father * Shani-Surya bhukti * Surya enables Somana-yuti-Surya * Chandra activates 2nd-from-Surya

06-May-1862 [HDT age 44] earth-exit via tuberculosis * Shani-Rahu bhukti

Distinctive features of the Nativity


pitri-karaka [father] jyoti-karaka [light]

[karako bhavo nashto for father, patrons, chieftains, indoctrinators]

[friendly-gainful vriddhi-pati for Tulā indriya-lagna]

[righteously radiating communications]

[entitled to evangelical preaching]

[profits from philosophical publications]

[Dhanayoga ruler of 11 occupies 11th-from-11] [profits from publication]


[writing-publishing Punarvasu-3] [navamsha Surya-Mithuna] confidently commercial-communicative

[Atmakaraka unique entitlements, celebrity, certainty, central position, authorship]



  • [Surya-Mithuna] Mithra - neighbor, companion * brightly charismatic confidence of Center-stage Surya radiates through the conversational gesturing rashi of Budha
  • [Surya in bhava-9] icon of inspirational teachings * intelligent patronage * geo-politics * bright preaching * focus on beliefs * philosophical entitlements * self-righteous dad * Sanctimonious pontificator * eye on humanistic worldview * confident ideologue * sparkling center of global doctrine * father may be a politician-philosopher-preacher-professor
  • [Surya-yuti-Chandra] confidently sensitive * bright comforter * entitled to express emotion * radiantly rhythmic * creatively intelligent mother * * sensitive to the spiritual rays of the Sun * parents are culturally aligned * patriotic father
  • [Surya-yuti-Budha] confidently conversational * bright messenger * entitled to discuss * creatively intelligent sibling-cohort * discursive father-figure * gestures conduct the spiritual rays of the Sun * radiantly descriptive * articulate in drama * skillful game-player * self-confident announcements * talks about ideals * narrative of power-politics * recites love poems * describes divine romance



Dad = John Thoreau, a factory owning businessman.

Significant Dhana-yoga

[Surya in bhava-9] activates 11 ++ Chandra karmesha Surya-yuti-Chandra

  • Henry David Thoreau and his father ran a profitable commercial business manufacturing graphite pencils.
  • Dad was the daily overseer and all of the family members contributed in some way.


[Surya-yuti-Budha] HDT developed several improved manufacturing processes which helped the business increase. [Budha]

[Surya in bhava-9]

Righteous Public Guidance

Abolitionist and Environmentalist Preaching

Thoreau undertook a vigorous campaign of anti-slavery public speaking and accepted leadership roles within the ideologically driven abolition movement.

HDT wrote extensive on philosophy of nature, but his public work greatly emphasized principled human-rights anti-slavery lectures [Surya].


matrikaraka [mother] * garha-karaka [village]

[dutiful-hierarchical karmesha for Tulā-born]


[humanistic-principled Arudra-1] [navamsha Chandra-Dhanus] intuitively sensitive inspirational-guiding



  • [Chandra-Mithuna] comforted by messaging * settled into rhythmic communications * needs mentality
  • [Chandra in Arudra - Orion] soothed by exciting signals * protectors of stormy wildness * sensitive to animal instincts
  • [Chandra in classroom-9] draws comfort from paradigms of belief * emotionally attuned to sacred doctrine * accustomed to priesthood * maternal piety * soothed by globalist perspective * feels the pulse of preaching * calmed by a broad worldview * acculturated to principled understanding * needs a familiar catechism * protective patrons * habitually seeks guidance * settled into philosophical habits * undulatingconvictions * mother may be devout, philosophical, a disciple, a proselyte
  • [Somana-yuti-Surya] Emotionally entitled * sensitive to fatherly folk * needs sparkling centrality * sentimentally romantic * creative mother * comforted by confidence * undulating intelligence * soothed by attention * calmed by applause * feels like royalty
  • [Somana-yuti-Budha] Emotionally communicative * sensitive to sibling figures * sheltered by workmates * calmed by a chatty cohort * talkative mother * needs to evangelize * makes empathetic gestures * soothed by conversation * feels like a messenger


CAREER - 10th-from-Chandra

[Chandra in classroom-9] ++ Somana-yuti-Surya ++ [Somana-yuti-Budha] = emotionally vigorous campaigner invoking doctrinally principled arguments against human-capital slavery


bhratru-karaka [brother] virya-karaka [virile]

[ Ruchaka Yoga]

[collecting-preserving dhanesha for Tulā indriya-lagna]

[bargaining-balancing yuvati-pati for Tulā indriya-lagna]


[dramatizing-displaying Bharani-1] [mūlatrikoṇa] [navamsha Mangala-Simha] intuitively competitive forward-pushing champion of political display

  • [Mangala-Mesha] [svakshetra] vigorous pursuit of dominance * straightforward dynamic actions * competitive winner * propulsive battering weaponry * push toward conquest * pioneering vitality * hot yang-energy * thrusting force * forward-driving movement * champion of innovation
  • [Mangala in bhava-7] drive toward bargaining * pursuit of agreement * impatient with stagnant arrangements * invasive negotiation * diplomatic dynamics * energized contracts * innovative conquests * pushes toward liaison * invigorates alliances


[Mangala in bhava-7] rules

  • 2- family heritage, assets, breeding, genetics, eyes
  • 7 - contractual relationships, promises, covenant, balance, negotiations, equity

Mangala receives the exact drishti of Shani at 14 degrees


jamayah-karaka [sibling] sandesha-karaka [message] shisya-karaka [student]

[philosophical-doctrinal dharmesha for Tulā indriya-lagna]

[retreating-contemplative vyaya-pati for Tulā indriya-lagna]

[gesturing pronouncement of conversational homilies]

[exegetical sermons explain the scriptures]

[principled instructions on private prayer]

[talks enthusiasticly about spiritual guidance]

[collaborative discussions define the catechesis]

[may deliver the dharma in distant lands]

[quick pace of descriptive preaching]

[articulate lectures upon business theory]

[publishes pontification upon newsworthy wisdom]

[explainer of commercial doctrine]

[announces the faith-based convictions]

[if Surya-yuti-Budha, chatty self-righteousness about marketplace understanding]

[father may be missionary, indoctrinator, youth coach, pilgrimage guide, ideologue, combines business with religion]


[ideological-optimistic Arudra-1] [navamsha Budha-Dhanus]



  • Budha-Mithuna] [svakshetra] business communications * articulation of specific instructions * informative pronouncements * messages about commerce * hands-on management * signaling explanatory information * detailed diagrams * talks about publication * interpretative interactions * commercial translation * hands-arms-shoulders send descriptive gestures
  • [Budha in bhava-9] narrative of father-figure * witty guru * broad-scope communicator * repeats the catechism * ideological reasoning * reiterates the doctrine * skillful grandchildren * discusses patronage * detailed articulation of worldview * explains the paradigm of belief * talks about sacred texts * examines the dharma * interprets theoretical claims * delivers quick sermons * logical investigations into philosophical truths * chatty priests * religious dialogues
  • [Budha-yuti-Surya] amusing explanations * entertaining chatter * central roles in communication * brightly clear descriptions * dramatic enunciation * confidently delivers instruction * articulation of radiant certainty * political messenger * talkative father-figures
  • [Budha-yuti-Chandra] explainer of feelings * mentalized caretaking * communicative parenting * familiar rhythmic phrasing * ancestral instruction * writes sensitive speeches + songs * soothed by scheduling * needs to plan * describes the comfortable routines * responsive siblings * intuitively talkative mother


dhava-karaka [husband] bahuta-karaka [variety]

[collaborative-communicative sahaja-pati for Tulā -born]

[inimical-medicating rogesha for Tulā -born]


[diplomatic-accommodating Anuradha-3] [navamsha Guru-Tula] intuitively expansive negotiating arrangements


  • [Guru-Vṛścika] much mystery * many sudden discoveries * optimistic about emergencies * believes in healing * many masks * hidden doctrine * permission to reveal * transformative guidance * expands the scope of secret undertakings * multiple initiations
  • [Guru in bhava-2] much hoard * many songs * many stories * extensive history * generous natural reserves * several genetic lines * many accumulated goods * numerous languages * expansive oratory * large eyes * many voices * many valuations * extensive accounts * grows the family lineage * optimistic heritage * believes in historic conservation * patron of speech-and-song * in a wifely nativity, husbandly-companion may be a keeper-collector-preserver
  • [Guru-yuti-Ketu] multiple options for severance * broad permission to abandon unsustainable connections * diverse wanderings * many occasions of surrender * philosophy of impermanence * large-size vacuums * many holy pilgrimages


[Guru in bhava-2] family philosophy

All of Thoreau's family members were educators. He and his three siblings all worked as schoolteachers. Every family member was a fervent abolitionist.

lagnesha [Guru in bhava-9] * karako bhavo nashto [overbearing or all-knowing father] multiple ideology, philosophy, theories of reality

rogesha Brihaspati further dispersed by Ketu

HDT and his three siblings all died young, of either tuberculosis or tentanus.

lagnesha Guru-9 Vṛścika is philosophically driven toward transformation

9-ideology, paradigm of belief, credenda * Walden 1817-1862 abolition Henry David Thoreau was a vigorous anti-slavery preacher, writer, and activist during the 1830's-1850's antebellum abolition movement in the USA.


svadu-karaka [sweet] kalatra-karaka [wifely companion]


[energizing-identifying lagnesha for Tulā indriya-lagna]

[mysterious-revealing randhresha for Tulā indriya-lagna]

[valuable harmonious hidden relationships]

[pleasantly camouflaged financial arrangements]


[oratorical-heritage Rohiṇī-2] [navamsha Shukra-Urisha] [vargottamsha]


  • [Shukra-Urisha] valuable arrangements * attuned to capital resources [including human capital] * appreciates wealth * pleased by worthy collections * attracted to beautiful sounds * acquisitive sensuality * cherished accruals * financial harmony * richly historic environments * delighted by precious goods * prefers luxury-loving partners
  • [Shukra-8] seeks pleasure via occult secrets * enjoys disguised relationships * balanced healing arts * aesthetic of non-disclosure * camouflaged arrangements * hidden equity * pleasing designs to adorn the sexual-reproductive organs * sensual sphincters * obscured finance * taste for rejuvenating initiation * transformed by feminine-figures * delighted by sudden renewal * pleasant in-laws * appreciation of identity change * in a husbandly nativity, wifely-companion may hold a secretive position
  • [Shukra-yuti-Rahu] sweetened adventure * gracious ambition * appreciation for opportunities * thrilling negotiations * passionate sensuality * over-reaching agreements * exceptional beauty * enjoys cultural mixing * barrier-bending relationships * unorthodox arrangements * diplomatic equity balances exhilarating chance * risk-rewarding contracts * unconventionally attractive * pleasantly mesmerizing appearance * prefers exciting partners


randhresha Shukra activates 8 + occupies 8 with Rahu, suggesting an aesthetic passion for secrecy and undisclosed agreements

HDT never married, nor did any of his siblings. Local observers noted the pattern of p assionate but unmentioned non-marital romances among the philosophical circles of the region, who would gather to discuss ... important ideas.

Agent of mysterious, long-brewing transformation

  • Walden 1817-1862 abolition Henry David Thoreau [Shukra-yuti-Rahu] Although he lived only 44 years, HDT wrote and published an astounding number of speeches and essays against slavery. He also produced a substantial oeuvre in environmental philosophy.

  • The distribution of his anti-slavery publications eventually had a powerful influence upon the American electorate, and directly led to the legal abolition of slavery in the USA.
  • The distribution of his nature-contemplation writings had a similarly powerful effect upon the burgeoning 1960's environmentalist movement -- that blossomed 100 years after Thoreau's lifetime.


duro-karaka [endurance] * jara-karaka [Jahre, years]


[Yogakaraka homebound-securing bandesha for Tulā indriya-lagna]

[Yogakaraka speculative-creativr vidya-pati for Tulā indriya-lagna]

[burdened by community politics]

[obligation to regulate profit entitlements]

[systematically ordered creativity]

[politics of economic networks]


[social-participation Shatataraka-3 mūlatrikoṇa] [navamsha Shani-Kumbha] [vargottamsha] intuitively structured orderly economic gridwork systems

  • [Shani-Kumbha] * heavy old economic systems * obliged to conform to marketplace rules * responsible scientific work * structural compression upon skin-nerves-ankles * mandatory electro-magnetic networking * regulated revenues * lawfully distributed earnings * must materialize past-to-future gridwork * must sustain lowest-common-denominator connections * proletarian communities * conventional friendships * elderly mentors * Slowly achieves social-material goals * scarce conductive resources * maintainer of old economies
  • [Shani in Bhava-5] steady time-structured intelligence * heavy responsibility for children * pessimistic in romance * cautious financial speculation * resists ceremony * limits special entitlements * obligatory entertainments * dreads political games * tightly disciplined creativity * mother's family often rigidly conventional * blocked heart-and-spine * subdued sparkle * performance fatigue * intolerant of time-wasting amusements * elders maintain ordinary rights


Thoreau was a hard-working anti-slavery campaigner [5, political campaigns] .

In the primarily abolitionist north, the main argument in favor of slavery was a perceived natural entitlement [5] to earn profits [Kumbha] from speculation [5] or self-owned business [3rd-from-3rd = 5].

Euro-settlers generally held that it was a sign of intelligence [5] for a respectable white man to systematically utilize [Kumbha] all the resources at their disposal. For example, Thoreau's father owned a pencil factory, and dad leased a local mineral deposit to obtain the resources needed to manufacture his goods.

  • In the eyes of many, slaves were simply natural resources that had been properly purchased.

Therefore, Thoreau had a surprisingly uphill climb [Shani effort] to convince voters that slavery was a dehumanizing moral crime rather than an economic [Kumbha] entitlement [5].

For the duration of Shani Mahadasha, starting his age 31 until his death age 44 during Shani-Rahu bhukti, Thoreau lived in a state of exhaustion [Shani] as he wrote anti-slavery literature [5] and spoke on public political stages [5].

Typical of Shani-5, he dreaded having to deal with politics and politicians, but Thoreau soldiered on [Shani drudge].

After he died in 1862, the horrible bloody Civil War would decide that Thoreau was right.

social-systems drishti of Shani-Kumbha-5 sent into

  • 7-agreements, contracts, justice
  • 11-friendship network, earnings
  • 2-family, values, traditions


rajyalobha-karaka [ambition] picchala-karaka [slippery]


[for Tulā indriya-lagna]

[Rahu-8 casts passionately secretive revelatory drishti into 12-2-4]


[status-minded, class-conscious Kṛttikā-2] [navamsha Rahu-Makara]


  • [Rahu-Urisha] shimmering illusion of storage * craving for preserved collections * unorthodox banking * over-reaching acquisitions * preposterous accumulations * mesmerizing treasure-hoards * fabulous inventories * exotic food stores * amazing ship-holds * fascinating warehouses * mask of historic conservatism * intriguing acts of barreling * exaggerated cooperage * extravagant containment * tantalizing libraries * marvelous hoards of valuables * seeks special importance via apparent [but perhaps not authentic] attributes of accrued wealth * entrancing lineage knowledge * thrilling speech-song * excitement of pricing * seeks privilege via value-keeper roles
  • [Rahu in bhava-8] passion for prestige mysteries * in svabhava of Competitive Kuja, the Shadowy Specter seeks glamorous veiling * surreptitious identity recycling * wizardry of aperture open-close * fascinating self-reinvention * amazing surgical rejuvenation * outsider who cleverly insinuates into revelatory roles * desires an important role in trauma-healing * fabulous transformative initiation * reveals occult truths * shocking discovery of confidential information * exciting mixed-culture secret-keeper * finds opportunity in catastrophe * masquerade of esoteric empowerment * poses as a secretary [secret-keeper] of a powerful entity * risk-rewarding in-laws * irregular inheritance * boundary-breaching disclosure of concealed evidence * intrigue of camouflaged assets * stimulated by dangerous emergencies * disguised as a cuidado or shaman * social mobility via mirage of hidden empowerments
  • [Rahu-yuti-Shukra] amplified attractions * magnified beauty * exotic taste * tricky partners * opportunistic feminine-figures * fascinating [but perhaps illusory] appearance of luxurious pleasure * Strange-and-wonderful designs * thrilling relationships * barrier-bending brokerage * unusual contracts * hypnotic arrangements * gracious balance of cross-cultural mixing * entrancing music


treasuries of [uchcha] Rahu-3 = 8th-from-8th inheritance * Thoreau inherited his father's pencil making machines and factory building.

Evangelical Rahu-3 passion for writing, announcing, declaring, messaging

Walden 1817-1862 abolition Henry David Thoreau spent most of his adult life speaking and writing to the public on abolition of slavery. His dedication to the moral and legal task of ending slavery in the United States eventually produced firm national anti-slavery laws, after his death from lung disease [grief] .


kavandha-karaka [headless] chidra-karaka [gaping] vasana-karaka [vacuum]


[for Tulā indriya-lagna]

[passively fixated on ambitiously sensual-entreasuring Rahu-Urisha-8 healers, explorers, transformers]


[customary-protective Viśākha-4] [navamsha Ketu-Karkata]


  • [Ketu-Vṛścika] detached Witness to hidden empowerments * weird discoveries * empty secrets * eccentric identity changes * dissolute penetrations * fearless toward catastrophic change * disregards terror threats * ignores restriction on initiations * uncertain rebirth * releases a red-black cloud of exploratory initiatives into the misty abyss
  • [Ketu in classroom-2] surrenders preserved values * eccentric voice * odd face * disperses family affluence * disregards conventional limits on sound-music-language * disinterested in genetic lineage * surrenders the hoard * odd food * peculiar precious goods * abdicates banker-conserver-collector roles * dissolves libraries * devalues treasuries * unless other graha in 2, may prefer to live free from historic traditions
  • [Ketu-yuti-Guru] misunderstandings * unsustainable convictions * abandons empty theories * believes in non-existence * vacuous catechism * wandering teachers * apostasy * wisdom of surrender * incomplete comprehension * doctrines of impermanence * Other-Worldly viewpoint * walks away in disbelief * liberating philosophy * for wifely nativities, Ketu may release the dhavakaraka husbandly-companion. .


Abolition crusader

Thoreau persistently lectured and campaigned for the abolition of slavery in the United States.

The anti-slavery speeches and writings that he passionately delivered did not bear positive fruit during his lifetime 1817-1862.

Yet, in 1865, after the horrible USA Civil War, slavery was finally declared illegal in the Union.

Thereafter, Thoreau's contribution to solving this thorny problem was seen to have been an essential contribution toward the American decision to abolish slavery.


Furthermore, HDT's natural philosophy was largely disregarded in his own day.

It was not until the 1960's, more than 100 years after it was first published, that Thoreau's reflective, critical environmental thinking became the cornerstone of the green movement.

Ketu-yuti-Guru = Unusual family pattern of reproduction [Guru].

Thoreau had an older sister, an older brother, and a younger sister. Neither HDT nor his siblings ever married, thus no grandchildren for his parents.

skepticism toward all philosophical teachings

Walden 1817-1862 abolition Henry David Thoreau was a vigorous anti-slavery activist during the 1830's-1850's antebellum abolition movement in the USA. He also ran a profitable commercial business making graphite pencils.


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