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Baker Bloch’s Been Picked Up By A UFO!

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He enters…

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Should I set up the lease?

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Return to the WIS Map…

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“WIS came from a different dimension and entered Tinsity and Green Oz through Red 7. This is the same as the Wizard Head of Oz. The Wizard Head assigned Tin S. Man to Tinsity, thus changing its name from original [Gold]. Lisa the V. created Health Lake and Wealthy Mtn. and then WIS all at once. WIS is short for WISE or WIZARD. The Wizard of Oz was certainly wise in at least a pretend humbug way. Was he a bug?

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Backwards.

bb:

Hello Hucka D. Thank you for starting without me.

Hucka D.:

Oh baker, I wanted to see you just today. The Falmouths are mouthing off about a union between them and Second Life. Or Second Life and them in First Life. Sims. Do you have your pencil?

bb:

Suppose I do Hucka D. Have you taken your red and blue pills today? Not the little round, lime green ones, because those don’t work any longer. Remember?

Hucka D.:

Memory shot. Intuition stronger. I sense the air and the air is pure and good. Falmouth.

bb:

Okay, so the residents, or The Residents, want to unite… what?

Hucka D.:

Falmouth, or Old Baker’s Settlement as it was once called — OBS — with PTG Town or PTG. 1st and 2nd reality. They point to Lis 06. They remember where you left off in the re-examination of the Lis series. TILE emerges from the black hole that is The Devizes Crammer — TDC — and rolls like a marble — right, top, left, down — toward the sea or ocean which is the singing frog’s pond in front of Tilie Cabin, Falmouth. And they want to bring some more blog spirits in. Used the term “berift of spirits” to me. Called me in, because I do most of the interpreting of the collages, see. And there are two x-rays sources, if not 2 black holes per se. Never seen them in person, though.

bb:

We’re talking about the 2 possible locations of Old Baker Settlement on Falmouth I’m guessing. There are 2 springs involved, a smaller and a larger. The smaller of the two springs — well, both have a moss bank at their source. The larger of the 2 has basically no white rocks in the bank, even though it is the larger. The smaller has many embedded white rocks. This is what I’ve *been* calling Old Baker’s Settlement or Old Baker Settlement.

Hucka D.:

The Falmouthers — pronounced funnily like “fowl mouthers” — used “Fi” code word to communicate their desire to unite your PTG Town and their Old Baker Settlement. So it’s the smaller moss bank with the many white rocks they’re talking about. The one you have the bottles lying on the ground above. As you have guessed, this is where most if not all Frank and Herman Parks marbles come from. This was a marble factory or marble producer of some quantity and quality at one time. Have you guessed the time?

bb:

No, Hucka D. Can you tell me?

Hucka D.:

Maybe the same time as WIS came out of his black hole and settled in the Tinsity area, then known or shortly to be known as Gold. Pure, simple. Carrots.

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bb:

We know kind of who Tin S. Man is now. And Wallace3, his counterpart in the Tinsity Metro Area. Wallace3 is me. WIS is the Wizard Head which may be attached to the new Oz movie, Hucka D. Oz the Great and Powerful I believe it is called. 3-d movie. Tells the story of how the wizard got to Oz.

Hucka D.:

It is the same story. The WIS goes to Tinsity or what in the future will be Tinsity on Green Oz Creek. Establishes a center, a green center. Greenup and Yellow Down. Brownie.

bb:

Sounds like Eob.

Hucka D.:

Tin S. Man comes in. Pretends to himself he has no emotions, like a Spock. But then emotions revealed (!) He is frustrated by the Protectorate. He establishes Greenup and Yellow Down.

bb:

The Greenup and Yellow Down concept may come directly from Carrcass-1, Hucka D. In the desert, Don-who-is-Mouse pissed down mundane yellow at the same time as pissing up special green.

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Hucka D.:

And he is Ozmo. First Mouse. First Man-Mouse.

bb:

I think the best thing we can do is analyze 12 Oz Mouse. To help keep it alive in the minds. It is in the Falmouth collages, after all — Shark, Mouse, Man/Woman, corndog. 12 Oz Mouse comes from Space Ghost through Aqua Teen, and SG is in Falmouth as well. He has chichen legs there, so he’s *going* to England now and crossing the Big Pond. He doesn’t have chicken legs per se, then.

Hucka D.:

Not in person.

bb:

Yes.

Hucka D.:

I mean… never mind. So what’s your proposal? Because the dual townspeople who are confusing the heck out of me with their muffled quips and banterings.

bb:

Maybe you should get them organized. Those from Falmouth Creek in real life, perhaps Old Baker Settlement, on this side. And those from PTG Town on the other side. Who do we have?

Hucka D.:

Weellll. Robots. Red and blue. Did you give them to me yet?

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So I guess that tour of PTG Town is in order here, or at least a start. We begin in the central or pivotal Tower of A. Mann, where robots are welcome.

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There are two main ways or rows in town, both leading to (or from) the entrance to the Power Tower Gallery on its north side. One is called Gallery Row, and leads past the Sink Lair and Quadtowers of TILE to the skyscraper with the Wheeler-Jasper collage series, the last of the Art 10×10 works. This is the end of the other row or way, instead *seemingly* dead-ending on one corner of the Tower of A. Mann, but more directly, the front of the still empty Coolie Building in town, which can be seen as a second center or alternate center of town. Both central buildings remain empty…

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… along with the Norris Temple off the same row/way, which mysterious has been declared a robot-free zone by Mr. Bean, arms crossed in a defiant stance.

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Robots are apparently allowed in the town’s watering hole, “Hole-in-the-Wall”. And for the lone robot in the establishment presently, that’s literally what it is: a place to get water. Meanwhile Baker Bloch eyes the delicious beer on the counter, wishing he had real taste buds.

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Two more robots heading opposite ways on Gallery Row now, the red one to the Power Tower Gowlery and the blue one toward the Art 10×10 collages housed in two separate buildings on the parcel.

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The blue robot, apparently the same robot, (?) gives directions to the larger of the 2 structures, with the 2009 produced Wheeler-Jasper series…

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… and then a red one at the door to the same gives additional directions to the SoSo Gallery housing the Oblong series of the Art 10×10 from 2007.

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Baker Bloch’s attention is drawn to a light coming from around the Coolie Building diagonal to SoSo.

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He enters…

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March 29, 2013 · 12:54 pm

Directions…

Gilatona-Lis interpretations may be over, which are divided into maybe 20 parts with about 7-10 supplemental pages. May read over the Wheeler-Jasper interpretation from 2009 to compare. Also need to read Beth’s England trip material and finish it this time (!). Maybe start that this weekend. I’m committed now (!!) — plane tickets bought; so excited. Collages are definitely over for now, but could even return before we head to England (?) Probably not until afterwards. I’m eager to work with Savernake Forest photos soon. And *of course* I’ll have *my own* photos to work with at that time, along with Edna’s obviously. The blog should be filled with my personal England photos come July. Must make the best use of my time there. The big thing is — do we want to stay there for extended periods of time later in our lives, say starting 8-10 years down the road? And my feeling right now, and Edna’s, is that we definitely do if we can swing it. Chances are I’ll be retired in 8 years, and Edna in 10. But certainly I’m also happy with hanging out in local Frank and Herman Parks until then, and I also see them as a lifetime work now. So the Frank and Herman Einstein! blog will definitely continue in one form or another until, well until The End and the curtain drops, where-ever that may be. I have my little PTG Town in Second Life now, and I think it’s better than New Pietmond in some ways. Obviously all revolves now around the Power Tower Gowlery and the finished Gilatona collages within. I’ll give a tour of the town soon; despite its relative smallness (about 10/17ths the size of New Pietmond, with much more limited terraforming) it still has some interesting things going on. I’m also thinking of renting a 1024-2048 parcel just to experiment around with new builds and stuff, since I’m rather limited prim-wise at PTG Town. Was hopping around Second Life before creating this blog post, looking around for possible land and just taking in scenery. Second Life is *definitely* not what it was when I first came there in early 2008. Hard to convey the excitement that once was to present visitors. I think that’s a big reason Pietmond never really took off the ground — the tide was already heading the other way. Visited Chilbo in the past few days and it’s really shrunk back to a core region after reaching its most expanded form about the time I lived in Noru (or Baker Bloch lived there) in Spring/Summer 2010. My talks with various residents at the time revealed vast plans that never came to fruition, including a partnership with Linden Labs concerning community development. A shame really, and SL still has a lot to offer. Just not being used now. I mentioned a month or two ago that I’ve basically switched over to GoogleEarth for virtual exploring needs, but that didn’t turn out to be quite correct, although I definitely want to return to that virtual reality and explore around Wiltshire before heading there for real in June. All’s I know is I’m happy with PTG Town and ratcheting down from New Pietmond (which, after all, contained a number of empty buildings at the end). Present projects there include a revamping of the Norris Temple first seen in late 2011 Pietmond (but not in New Pietmond), and also working some more on the Kidd Tower, a New Pietmond carryover. Should be fun.

But the big story now is that *it’s finally warming up* here in the mountains. The snow is melting but not gone yet, certainly a rarity in late March — well, it’s basically April now. But like I also said before, spring should be extended into summer this year, and as I’m not the biggest fan of summer I’m not complaining too much. But these long long winters are *rough*. Thank goodness there was mildness in its middle this year. But photos of the outdoors should start increasing again. And in that vein, I want to expand on the WIS Map recently generated that attempts to show the majority of outdoor sites I’m developing, like Norris Creek, Con Creek, Whitehead Crossing, and most recently, for example, Falmouth Creek, named after the collage series just completed. Mythology is certainly expanding still in that direction. That’s where my focus should be until early to mid May for sure. Then I need to really start gearing up for England. WOW.

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Whitehead X-ing Revisited

I believe I’ve mentioned that Whitehead Crossing may ultimately get the most business from me in future years concerning art happenings, including an actual *stay* there 5-10-15 years down the road. There’s just so much room to work with in this location compared to, say, Falmouth Creek or Epsi. So I feel it’s important to keep taking snapshots of this region during different seasons.

The first comes from Green Stream (not to be confused with Green Oz Creek across the highway from here), and a fallen hemlock first appearing in the Baker Blinker Blog from spring 2011.

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Looking up Rock Path or Rock’s Path heading toward Whitehead Crossing proper. To remind, this is the path astroexplorer Rock Meadows took to reach his creator Sinclair after crash landing his starship near Green Stream.

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The fartherest rock seen on this “Rock Path” from the picture above, up front and close now. Doesn’t have a proper name yet. Nor does the similarly shaped and colored rock in the foreground of the above photo. Maybe Stepping Stone for this particular one (below). Or Doormat Rock. From the rock, you ascend quickly up to the plateau of the piney woods where the heart of the community can soon be reached (present “5 Bottles” region).

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Two remaining, standing hemlocks from the Green Stream area bordering Whitehead Crossing to the south. These, however, appear to be dying or dead as well.

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A line of rocks coming down from a neighboring hillside seems to point out or indicate Whitehead X-ing’s heart. There are at least 4 fairly sizable rocks along this line.

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Hucka Doobie’s bottles mentioned in this spring 2011 Baker Blinker Blog post are still around… Is an art happening involving these bottles on the immediate horizon? Will train tracks once again be included? If so, the Frank Park focus of energy seems to be shifting from Falmouth Creek to this older known location. It is time.

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Photo of another candidate for the center of Whitehead Crossing. This may be where Rock the human or humanoid toy avatar met his creator Sinclair, making it a sort of Emerald City-type goal. But its name may have actually been Edwardston — still creating all this myself as I go along. 🙂

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Fence post…

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… part of a line of posts forming yet another interesting Whitehead X-ing phenomenon. Barb wire is still attached in places.

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To the south is a flatter plain covered largely with an evergreen plant I don’t yet know the name of. Small hemlocks seem to center or define various clumps of trees in this particular area of Whitehead Crossing. I envision this as being filled with nature sculptures one day. One day not too far off but still some distance away.

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There are many mysteries yet to be solved at Whitehead Crossing.

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Whitehead Brook will soon become greener. Can’t wait!

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Falmouth Interpretations/Associations 05

(continued from Falmouth Interpretations/Associations 04)

“Don’t you think the triangle Baker Bloch is staring at or has just looked away from below represents the Summer Triangle?”

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bb:

Could be Hucka D. The Bee.

Hucka D.:

In Falmouth 02 which you’ve just inserted above, Baker Bloch is also on one end of a [larger] triangle himself. Again this is the central region of the Koch Star [or Silbury Star] crop circle from 1997. But this is also one of the 2nd iteration triangle of the 4 part process Glick describes therein…

bb:

That’s Glickman. Michael Glickman.

Hucka D. (continuing):

Then…

bb:

Hold on, Hucka D. I just want to point out that Glickman, in that article, also states the diameter of the circle of meditators would be 0.222 of the circle containing the entire star. I’m remembering that the clock in Falmouth 03 has a time of 2:22.

Hucka D.:

Good to point out. So continuing —

bb:

The clock on the roof in Falmouth 03 and the circle of meditators on the roof in Falmouth 01 are the same.

Hucka D.:

Right. Now I’ve lost my train of thought. But thank you… good to point out once more.

bb:

Sorry.

Hucka D.:

The circle containing the overall star crop circle would be the same as a circle around the large triangle, or iteration 01. The diameters relate in the ratio 2:9. The Rockley rock engraving in Falmouth 02 is also related to the Koch star. More triangles — the 3 triangles of the 2nd iteration from that article. The Sound of Music children look on, as they looked on before (in Latona 03 04) when The Mouse was playing guitar, perhaps a song written for him by Shark, even. They are discussing the song, perhaps, in Falmouth 03. Is it about corndogs?

bb:

Not sure Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Then the Big Cabin with its Big Chimney across the road from this rock — still in Falmouth 02 here — is branded with the Rockley white horse, since lost as it were. We know the location, though. It too is the same as the rock it seems. Perhaps they are companion rocks, even, like the 2 Avebury stones of Falmouth 03, on its left side. And then you’ve already pointed out the shape of the right child in Falmouth 03 mirrors the taller of these 2 Avebury rocks. So the other child, covered now by the smoking President Hayes, is the squatter, fatter rock. See?

bb:

Seems to be so, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

If the chicken or Baker Bloch with chicken or *chichen* legs is crossing the road in Falmouth 04 to get to England from President R. Booger Hayes’ US of A, then the return trip back to Amereca is signified in the reversal of the rock crossing the road in Falmouth 02. The Rockley rock, travelling backwards now, becomes the Big Cabin, still with a Rockley horse on it to signify the association, but a US of A image still — this is suppose to be Hayes’ cabin on Mouse Island with its large chimney, which is attached to Masonic Mysteries now. You start the cycle over — you head back to the US of A and the grind dominated by the 2:22 clock with Shark present and you The Mouse again. It starts all over. But *now* you know you can escape once more. You see the other side. So you can deal with it better. And Shark understands as well. This is the main lesson of the Falmouth series, finally. And it all aligns with Deneb and Cygnus as Thom pointed out. Collins reinforces and reinvigorates. Bart with his arm — where you wear a watch after all — is telling Baker Bloch that its time to go home, back to his US of A and the daily grind. Now you must deal with the mysterious of the Big Chimney. Can you see?

bb:

Think so. Kind of.

Hucka D.:

The hand projects from the chimney( in Falmouth 03). Also in Falmouth 03 we have 2 picture elements coming from Frank/Herman Parks, specifically Methril on Thrill. More specifically The Diamond rock and then a moss formation that looks like a mouse eating some cheese (lichen). He’s liken it.

bb:

Clever.

Hucka D.:

So obviously the moss mouse is eating the cheese and is the same as The Mouse talking to Shark and attempting to interact with the corndog on the roof behind them. Has The Mouse taken The Bait?

bb:

Unsure Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

The brick wall( around the house) certainly seems to be a trap for Mouse, caught by Shark.

bb:

It’s the 8-5 grind again, Hucka D., dominated by a clock. The Clock. We’re stuck in 2:22 unable to reach 2:23 and freedom.

Hucka D.:

There is a separation of Prez and Mouse here. Shark is attempting to tell Mouse that not that he doesn’t like corndogs but he doesn’t like *county seats*, or at least 2 county seats in the same county. You know what this means.

bb:

I might Hucka D. 2 locations. The Shark doesn’t like two centers for the same department.

Hucka D.:

She/he’s going to have another go at it with New Guy. In Ozmo, New Guy shows up in episode 2 I believe. You can check that now if you wish.

bb( after checking):

He shows up at the end of episode 2, “Signals”.

Hucka D.:

A great episode. They’re all great. A fine product produced by your US of A, along with the Smipsons. And that’s about it. Zapple, Smipsons, Ozmo, Fire at the Theatre’s Side, couple grunge bands, Hooked On Phonics, and that’s about it. Oh… Igor Stravinsky.

bb:

I think he’s Russian, Hucka D. Although he lived for a long time in Los Angeles I believe. Schoenberg, his arch-enemy, resided there as well.

Hucka D.:

The Viennese Triangle, I remember. 12 atonals all. Latona — atonal. Do you think the 12 tones Schoenberg had to treat so equally to avoid key signatures has to do with the 12 hours of a clock and the 12 triangles on Shark’s roof? For this is Shark’s home in Falmouth 03.

bb:

Again: might be.

Hucka D.:

I think it is a black hole — this loss of tonality. You do not have a key signature. You have this blog, your creativity, yet you have a grind it out job. Edna is feeling it too — more than you. You must escape. You must re-center. New Guy.

bb:

Thank you.

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Falmouth Interpretations/Associations 04

(continued from Falmouth Interpretations/Associations 03)

“Don’t you think this is you as a certified professional in the future.”

bb:

Yes Hucka D. Thanks for the lead-in.

Hucka D.:

You’re welcome. One of my tasks. This is future stability. On the other side, in Falmouth 03[ opposite of the Falmouth series “circle”] you have the present situation, or what happened in late November or early December. You have a breakdown of communications on both sides. You have the boss or the prez, Shark, talking to The Mouse. Prez *hates* corndogs. This is what he or she is pissed off about. The Table is not getting done. And yet very ironically *you* have your own kind of parallel table that’s not getting done. You see?

bb:

Yeah. The Table.

Hucka D.:

The Clock is the 8-5 grind you’re trapped in, like most of the rest of us working slobs. This is your job. You are the worker and shark is the boss. You are Mouse.

bb:

Yes.

Hucka D.:

Perhaps you cannot get on your tiny tip toes to retrieve the corndog that has a hand up on this roof, inside the triangles that represent a clock as well. The hand points to one, but the hand also points to the actual clock in the collage, the one frozen on the minute of 2:22. The clock cannot move to 2:23. You are stuck, like Groundhog Day and Phil within.

bb:

Yes. I’m better at listening now.

Hucka D. (continuing):

As you also realize now, this is your situation in your US of A, where you live, where you work. The street is the Big Pond. Crossing the street like a chicken or chichen equates with heading to England now. You must go!

bb:

Yes. Just found out there’s no backing out now. Excitement! No regret.

Hucka D.;

Good. When you get to England and center yourself over there, apart from your US of A, you will understand the future role, the certification. It’s not exactly what you think.

bb:

What I don’t want to happen is me being pushed out of my present position.

Hucka D.:

That won’t happen. Now. You and the New Guy will get along smoothly. He will see the real you… doctor. And you are clearing up your act. Balance. England plays a great part in that. No, you will not be able to leave your US of A for 8 more years. Yet you must prepare for the inevitable — retirement. Now. You will always have your Frank, your Herman Parks. That will not leave you. Then you plug in that to the whole England scene and the crop circles and the activating megaliths.

bb:

Did you say activating?

Hucka D.:

Yes. Everything is warming up. The past will be the present will be the future. (pause)

bb:

Activate, huh.

Hucka D.:

Back to the collage, this is you in the future. You are both the man and woman, like Ozmo’s Man/Woman that Roostre knows about. Okay?

bb:

Alright Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Andrew Wyeth’s Cristinia is a direct reference to Cygnus and its x-rays through Rush, Missouri. Alright?

bb:

Yeah. So Bytor’s collages are another pointer. I must protect the history of the Golden Age of Synching, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Okay. Alright.

bb:

And we’ve already talked about how symbols and images from The Barge have sort of been imposed upon the Red Lion pub of Avebury, kind of like the former has taken over the latter. And the red haired being is behind all this… including the Rockley rock art in Falmouth 02. So we have the Croppie beer logo attached to the front of the Red Lion, the elements from the poster — saucer and white horse, on another Red Lion building, and then the red haired being’s hair covers the actual Red Lion logo on the side or front of the building. This *is* the Red Lion, or the true Red Lion — what it could actually be.

Hucka D.:

A center or watering hole for crop circle studies. (pause) The drunken beer in the front has a prominent black hole that peeks through into another dimension through the white foam. This is Cygnus X-1 again. Then there’s the relationship between Cygnus X-1 and Cygnus X-3: even though they’re far apart in actual space, they appear close together from our Earth angle in the constellation[ of Cygnus]. And now you know that the only carving on any of the Avebury stones is of a swan. Fantastic. Avebury itself is aligned to the brightest star of Cygnus in Deneb.

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Avebury#Purpose

Alexander Thom suggested that Avebury was constructed with a definitely indicated site to site alignment with Deneb.[39]

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(continued in Falmouth Interpretations/Associations 05)

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Falmouth Interpretations/Associations 03

(continued from Falmouth Interpretations/Associations 02)

bb:

Hucka D., we’re going to inexplicably switch back to Falmouth 01 to continue our interpretations/associations here. We started with Falmouth 04. The Falmouth Interpretations/Associations 02 post was a bust.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Put up your picture and I’ll take over. No need to overexplain things, mr. b.

bb:

Thanks for saving me once more. (smile)

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Hucka D.:

“We…” covers a log of ground [ for Falmouth 01]. (pause to read) Well, the collage picture has changed a little since those older interpretations, baker b. *The* b.

bb (pointing):

You’re the b.

Hucka D.:

We’re both b’s, then. (points to both b’s) Let me see… lost my place.

bb:

We’ve got to make a solid start at this interpretation today. Another solid run, I mean. April and its fool days are quickly approaching (!) But it feels like January.

Hucka D. (singing):

When it’s hot, it’s hot. When it’s not it’s not.

bb:

Fantastic. So… Falmouth 01?

Hucka D.:

(pauses to read more of “We…”) See I was singing in that old post as well.

bb (trying not to get sidetracked again):

Yeah I remember. (pause)

Hucka D.:

Let’s just start with the circle of meditators up on the Red Lion pub’s roof on the right side of Falmouth 01. This is Falmouth 01, and this is the 1st or 01 iteration of the Koch star crop circle we discussed previously, baker b.

bb:

Yes.

Hucka D.:

Falmouth 02 contains the 2nd iteration, Falmouth 03 the 3rd[ of the same], and Falmouth 04 the 4th. The entire Falmouth series in its 4 parts actually is the same as this circle, or equates with it. Through this one circle it relates or equates with all [crop] circles. It is whole and complete unto itself. The trouble is, then, finding openings of interpretation. This is different. And now you have the Falmouth Creek factor to weigh in. Falmouth Creek and its Old Baker Settlement is turning out to be directly linked to your brand new PGT Town.

bb:

That’s PTG Town, but — yeah.

Hucka D.:

A nodal point has been discovered — uncovered. This is like the center of a crop circle. There is also a circle in Old Baker Settlement. It is a metal circle you found on the ridge of broken glass neighboring TILE Cabin on this same creek. You took the metal circle along with the 34-36 bottles and placed them in Old Baker Settlement, then. The park ranger saw you doing this, but he didn’t *see* you doing this.

bb:

Yeah, that was odd. If it was the park ranger I saw before.

Hucka D.:

PTG may be like PIG. You better check…

bb:

Thanks. (checks) Not sure.

Hucka D.:

Thank you for checking anyway. You have pieces of a puzzle for this one. You have symbolism within the Lis series. Lis 01 depicts a woman who is in one strong way Baker Blinker, who wears purple and is standing in front of a gravestone to the right in the collage. In Lis 02 she is joined by a blue clad man, again on the right. In Lis 03 04, the blue clad man is alone, and is standing in front of not a gravestone, like the [companion] woman of Lis 01, but a strange thing at the center of a Brian UK geograph photo — I won’t even bother to remember his last or middle name this time —

bb:

Thank you. (smiles)

Hucka D.:

This strange thing you know is representative of the Cygnus X-1 system, a regular white star and then a proven black hole. Proven by your scientists. The black hole is the eye that is attached to the dough-like being to *it’s* right. This the blue clad man meeting *Falmouth Creek*, see?

bb:

Yes.

Hucka D.:

The black hole in this case is the still as yet unnamed spring entering the creek from left to right in your maps. The doughy being, which you call Meat Shake I believe, is the white star, as stated. This is Falmouth Creek. The situation at Old Baker Settlement just upstream from this spring is a miniature version of the same. It represents a collapsed star that *didn’t* quite have enough mass to create a black hole, like the spring is considerably smaller there than the larger one downstream. And I must ask: which is truly Old Baker Settlement? Anyway, don’t answer that yet. The woman in Lis 01 and 02 is Baker Blinker, the companion man in Lis 02 and 03 is Baker Bloch, who walks side-by-side with Baker Blinker for a while as you attempt to use both avatars during your Second Life experiences and exploring and building and such. But Baker Bloch is destined to take over — Lis 03 04 then. Baker Blinker was dominant at the beginning, a situation depicted in Lis 01. See?

bb:

Yes.

Hucka D.:

So with Lis 03 04 we’ve crossed over Bloch Ridge from the direction of Second Life Pond, which is now *blocked*, just as Baker Blinker of Second Life has been left behind. She really cannot move over the ridge with the male Baker. Baker Bloch must travel on alone after reaching the crest of Bloch Ridge. And so he descends by himself to Falmouth Creek. He sees the representation of the Cygnus X-1 system alone.

bb:

I see.

Hucka D.;

So we continue a revision of the Lis series in this light in Lis 05. The black hole is now the same as The Crammer of Devizes, as we leave St. John’s and its graveyard and its gargoyles behind. What comes out of the black hole — again this is the same as the spring at Falmouth — is *TILE*, the 4 color or creatures of this game/philosophy/religion.

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(2 hrs. later):

Hucka D.:

Have you read this yet?

http://www.andrewcollins.com/page/articles/thecygnusmystery_serpent.htm

Adding to Avebury’s suspected connections with the Cygnus constellation is the fact that the only carving to be seen on a standing stone there (Stone #25S in the Kennet Avenue) shows the head and neck of a swan (first identified by local earth mysteries writer John Wakefield). Nobody before had made the link between this stone and the swan. In the knowledge that the water-filled meadows of nearby Silbury Hill, as well as the Kennet river which runs alongside Avebury, once played host each winter to flocks of migrating whooper swans inbound from their breeding grounds in the Arctic, this had to relate in some way to Avebury’s axial alignment towards the setting of Deneb.

In the knowledge that Avebury has frequently been linked with the ancient British goddess called variously Bride, Brigid, Bridget, Breeshey and Brigantia, whose main totemic symbols are the swan and serpent, might she help us better define the precise nature of the site’s link to Cygnus?

http://www.zophiel.org/quests.html

Avebury1

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(continued in Falmouth Interpretations/Associations 04)

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