more map stuff 01

First off, what kind of name is Legos Choice?

https://www.google.com/search?q=%22legos+choice%22&biw=1024&bih=698&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=AJ5lVKLNG4OnyATb8IAg&ved=0CAcQ_AUoAjgK

Here’s Lego/ again from an older post.

lego

Hucka D.:

In this location, you have the seed of Roger Pine Ridge visit already concluded [Watersville + Barrett], surrounding future synch boy [Daniel + Day]. This could have to do with Blood Dr., and its opposite, Dr. Blood. Where is the good doctor?

bb:

Dunno, Hucka. Looking then at all the Winfields and you get variant Wickes, with an additional variant there of Sherwood. Let’s take a look at that.

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winfield01b

bb:

Interesting name of Rapture there too, Hucka D. Hucka?

Hucka D.:

Here. With my morning beer.

bb:

Great. Thanks for waking up so early.

Hucka D.:

Eeh. I could tell you’re having a hard morning in your special magic land[ Blue Mtn.!].

bb:

Thanks again. So I’m going to massage that data some more.

—–

bloom01

“First off, Hucka D., there’s this tiny place called Bloom just north by northeast of Winfield in Carroll County, Maryland, the one already identified as next to Legos Choice which brings up an assoc. with Winfield, Kansas in Cowley County there.”

Hucka D.:

Correct. When you looked up Bloom, Chicago Heights came up as a variant name in a rather short list. Cool! Wonder who did that (snickers)?

bb:

Yeah, and in researching our magical book came up with this yesterday… called the first successful adaptation of the book.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chicago_Heights_%28film%29

Hucka D.:

Well, you better not delay, and look up Winesburg, then. Why don’t you broaden it with Wines/. That’ll catch the sap.

D-11-3D

bb:

Good one again, Hucka. First… that appears to be the only US Chicago Heights. With a variant name of Bloom and also Thorn Grove. Blooms, like roses, are sometimes accompanied by thorns.

Hucka D.:

Wines/ now. I get your gist. (smiles)

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chicago_Heights,_Illinois

The first European settler in the area was Absalom Wells in 1833. He built a log cabin where the Vincennes Trail crossed Thorn Creek, but then moved farther west to where Chicago Road is now. The first permanent settlers were Adam and Phoebe Brown who built an inn at the intersection of Sauk Trail and the Vincennes Trace. In 1835, a large group from Ireland arrived. At this time, the town was known as Thorn Grove.

The first school was built in 1836. The Reformed Presbyterian Church of Thorn Grove was formed in December 1843. The Batchhelder and McCoy homes in Thorn Grove were stops on the Underground Railroad. The first railroad arrived in 1853. The village was renamed Bloom. It was then renamed again in 1892 to Chicago Heights and incorporated as a village. In 1897, the village had twenty factories. By 1901, Chicago Heights had a population of over 5,000 and became a city. Its population nearly tripled in the next ten years.

1280px-Chicago_Heights_US_30

bb:

I like the Coors and Budweiser signs right next to the signs for the church. I think that might be a collage base, Hucka.

Hucka D.:

Nice. I have a Coors right now in my hand. And after that I’ll reach into the fridge for a budweiser. Coincidence? I think not!

bb:

That’s great, Hucka D. I guess you’re allowed to drink since I got you up so early to help me with this particular post.

Hucka D.”

Yes (*hiccups*).

—–

“Let’s then take the first character mentioned in this book. Wing.”

wing01b

Hucka D.:

Wick(e)s again. Thought I’d say it for you. So is all of Collagesity now going to revolve around this confusing bunch of map stuff?

bb:

Could be, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

What do the Wick(e)s mean? (snickers again)

bb:

Dis-legomenon again, Hucka D., as it turned out. Two “wicks” in the magic book.

https://bakerbloch.wordpress.com/2014/06/17/carrcass-11/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hapax_legomenon

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Hucka D.:

Well show them to the reader or readers. Including me.

bb:

I’ll give the two sentences. Hold on.

Hucka D.:

That’s a further clue for sure. First off, how about Wick/?

wicke01

bb:

That’s Wicke/, but that applies more. Lots of stuff connected to that Wicker in Miss., Hucka D. Burns. Lemon. Obvious reference to Lemon of Troy and following Who Shot Mr. Burns. And there’s even the revelation about who shot him (!).

Hucka D.:

Absolutely! But no spoilers here.

bb:

This is obviously, also, the wicker man of Burning Man.

http://veyot.tumblr.com/post/102100720660/you-can-watch-the-man-burn-again-today-and-dance

tumblr_neqbp7CXaB1sozjhxo1_1280

Hucka D.:

Direction connection between your first and second life, then. And everyone’s first and second life for that matter. You light a wick to burn down into dynamite, say.

http://popwatch.ew.com/2010/03/10/lost-recap-mystery-solved-your-missing-jackrichardblack-rock-analysis/

Jack-Richard-dynamite_285

But sometimes, especially if you’re a candidate [LINK], it doesn’t work. You can’t kill yourself easily. You have to get someone else to do it. Convince them it’s a good idea.

(to be continued)

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