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Going Back in Time…

…To Pick Up Additional Threads…

First:

“Dimensional Kink?”

Notes:

Yes, I did get to pass through this Dimensional Kink while in England. Very successful trip! Unfortunately I didn’t take my camera, because some interesting things were on and in the ground at that point (stone structures, perhaps a bridge at one spot), with more to explore. It’s a void between the communities of All Cannings (east) and Coate (west), passed through after I parked my car at The Barge, deciding to hike all the way to Devizes on Tue night, a distance of about 7 miles. For the evening walk, arriving in Devizes only a bit before dark (close!), I decided that I simply had to try passing through this time/space Kink written about just prior to the flight in, even though I knew it was risky. This might have been, in fact, my greatest risk taking during the trip. Or was it the least risk taking activity — dunno. This is not The Hole I’ve written so much about lately mysteriously forming in the center of heated crop circle activity swirling all around, but a kind of second, considerably less defined hole appearing not far south. I say that risk taking may *not* have been involved because obviously the alien type crop circle makers have also been ignoring this place as well; less chance of being beamed up like Scotty, you see. What did I see inside? Again I don’t have the photos, but my guess is the remains of ancient stuff poking through. When I go back to Wiltshire (5 yrs? 10 yrs?) I’ll make a considerable attempt to return to this place. In being a void between population places, it is somewhat akin to the Synching Creek Designated Mystery Area, I guess. Interesting that Pooh appeared in the All Cannings church after showing up in Whitehead Crossing with his wagon full of honey the week before. 4 Sticks missed him, though, but received the gift of honey.

Just to complete: The next morning (Wed) had to head back to The Barge, of course, to retrieve my car. Went back soley on the Kennet and Avon Canal this time — amazing trip; took about 4 hours at a relatively slow pace, and the weather was pitch perfect. Arrived at The Barge early afternoon and rewarded myself with a vegetarian lasagna lunch, which I purchased a number of times over the 2 week trip. Unfortunately, blisters began to appear on my little toes after the hike, probably because my shoes, although comfortable, were relatively new. These would be my most waterproof shoes, however, and the ones I wore most in England.

Second:

First, Hucka Doobie wants to ask some questions. Hucka, take it away…

Hucka D.:

Welcome to the Baker Bloch Blog, baker b.! I have some additional questions about the Dimensional Kink? post. Don’t you think this is SID’s 1st Oz. The hike, I mean?

bb:

I’m not sure.

Hucka D.:

The dimensional kink, or, sorry Dimensional Kink is like the kink in the line of Bodysong within SID. Sorry, again: Music from the Body. Can you pull up a diagram and I’ll demonstrate.

bb:

I think so. Hold on a minute, though…

http://rainbowology.net/sid/bookernew12.html

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There it is Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Yes, I’m convinced the hike is like the journey through SID’s 1st Oz front to back, in turns of this one album (Music From The Body). You’re lucky you made it through the kink, just like you’re lucky you made it through SID’s 1st Oz’s kink. I was there to help. Pooh.

bb:

Well, there was a lot of pooh in the kink for sure, Hucka (!)

Hucka D.:

The cows had never seen anyone hike through their field, in truth. Knee deep was the grass, ankle deep was the pooh. Next time you will take a bear in there.

bb:

Now the… sorry.

Hucka D.:

Now the body of water you hiked down from Devizes to Honeystreet the next day would be the necessary body of water in the equation. Without this single channel or *canal* of water, you would not have been able to effect the first hike, see?

bb:

Yeah, I kinda see that, Hucka D. Because I would not have been able to pass through the Dimensional Kink. The canal smoothed out the kink, somehow.

Hucka D.:

Yes it did. And that’s why I showed up today. To tell you that.

bb:

What would have happened if I hadn’t hiked down the canal from Devizes to Honeystreet the next day?

Hucka D.;

The 2 hikes acted as one in hypertime. One does not exist, then, without the other. You would not effected the first without understanding the second would follow the next day. (pause)

bb:

This collage (Lis 06) might be symbolic of the 2 hikes, then, Hucka. The turning of the moon shaped thingie occurs perpendicular to the direction of the hikes (north to south instead of east-west), but the rock with the triangle shaped crop circle image represents The Barge, the beginning and end point of the hikes respectively. And the tombstone, then, represents the kink, the dimensional kink.

Hucka D.:

But it… yes, you go…

bb:

But it could also represent *Devizes* in the center between the *two* Barges, one beginning and one ending. The tombstone, after all, comes from Devizes (St. James’ church) from the collage just before this one (Lis 05). The gargoyle being hugged, which is the same as Bart Simpson, would be my accoster, then.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Yes.

bb:

The Dimensional Kink is about as far away as you can get from a population center in these neck of the woods. The accosting came about as *close* as you can to a population center, occurring near the middle of Devizes.

Hucka D.:

All this (collages, from early this year) was preparation for that (Devizes experiences, including the accosting).

bb:

Perhaps strange that that particular rock with a crop circle image wasn’t in The Barge any longer, although I have proof of its existence there through a pic from this post. Lemme dig that up quickly…

Hucka D.:

Go ahead. But… yes.

https://bakerbloch.wordpress.com/2013/03/14/honey/

bb:

The picture comes from this flickr page…
Crop circle stone carving at The Barge Inn, Honey Street, Wiltshire
… taken on June 6, 2007, or over 6 years ago now. They probably have the rock somewhere in the back still, then, in a storage room or sumtin.

Hucka D.:

It is a Rockley rock. It is archetypal. (pause) All these things were set up so that the accosting would be minimized. He would simply say “silly man” and brush you aside. He was a tank, a brute. But at that point in time he softened. He became not Bart alone but Bart with a caring and more advanced feminine side — sister Lisa. And you received a vegetarian lasagna to remind you of this.

bb:

The rock is signed PRS, and dated 2005.

Hucka D.:

Rockley.

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