I’d be splitting the EQ up into 2x/wk shots spaced out evenly, you also want to split your sustanon into 2x/wk shots so you can take more advantage of the test propionate in there. Sus is a blend of 3 long esters and 1 prop ester so it’s a time released testosterone. Only shooting it once/wk will make it so the prop ester is out of your system before you take it again, making for more unstable blood levels. The exemastaine dosage during the time of the dbol is fine, but I’d lower it to 1/2 mg every other day after you’re done with dbol, unless you’re running Dbol the entire cycle (in that case keep exemastaine where it’s at) HCG looks fine for the amount you’re running, best of luck-JD
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This total solar eclipse was known as “ Mirk Monday ,” and it horrified those in western Europe who could see it. The word “mirk” seems to come from the Old Norse word “myrkr” which literally translates to “darkness.” While we don’t know much about the eclipse itself, it appears to have spurred many dystopian descriptions, for example, one text called A Discourse on the Terrible Eclipse of the Sun. This was likely just one of many incidences in which eclipses were seen as signs of the apocalypse. To be fair, the idea of turning off the Sun seemed pretty scary back then.