Collage 02/03 Interpretations 02

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You have a Celina, Ohio woman, an artist prim and proper, inserting an eye into a yin/yang spherical symbol called the Taijitu. The iris of the eye is yellow. It is suppose to be a fish eye. [One of] the 4 Residents from the other side of the diptych has a yellow eye as well. He looks down [at Drink], while the other Residents look across[ or toward]. The yellow eye in the Taijitu looks up as opposed to down. This is the same eye.

The general setting for both collages is a cascade area just behind your present house in Blue Mountain. This is the first time in a collage of yours that you’ve included a location so close to your home. Yet you haven’t been down there in years, have you?

“Hucka D., this is how you started the interpretation of Collage 02/03 of the new series, in the last post on this here Baker Bloch Blog.”

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Hucka D.:

Frank and Herman, Einstein! blog yes. As we spoke a bit beforehand, you want me to help you fill in the details more. The Taijitu in the collage[s] stands for the area around your house. Tomorrow, as I understand, you are going to *work* on said house. You really are this time.

bb:

Yes. Might paint the back porch a little later on this week. Fix the gutter system. Can’t keep playing in the woods every single clear day. But there are a bunch of them just ahead. Good time to get some actual work done here.

Hucka D.:

I would recommend. So back to the collage[s], we have the Taijitu symbol as a 3/d sphere. This is the area around your house, a mythology you came up with shortly after moving in. It consists of the Endosphere — black side — and Exosphere — white. As you described in a recent post LINK, this mythology has degenerated into basic nothingness. It is no more.

bb:

No unfortunately. Neighborhood degeneration as I called it in that post. A sad state. We really liked this house [and neighborhood] when we moved in — almost 20 years ago now. Now it’s just filled to the brim with students. It is a student neighborhood now, at least on this side. 20 years ago this wasn’t the case.

Hucka D.:

Well, that symbol applies to the house. Now what is the Celina woman doing with that eye? She is *fixing* Big Bob, that’s what. As you should fix your house. She’s a doer; you’re a don’ter.

bb (smiling):

That is probably true.

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Hucka D.:

But the house is also a shed, like you wanted to build in the Endosphere woods in back of your house. 2 fer 1. And this dichotomy is still in place. You want or need a house. You also desire a shed built from scratch, or relatively so. Like Sam Parr Artist had in her English garden.

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bb:

True. It could be an artist studio.

Hucka D.:

Or perhaps like one even this Celina woman has. She is similar to Sam Parr[ after all].

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bb:

Hucka D., as I’m looking at Collage 02/03 as a whole now, I believe the yellow eye the Celina woman is inserting into the Taijitu represents the shed more than the house, and an artist’s studio more than actually dye in the wool living quarters. There’s a shed in Collage 03, one on George Harrison Branch but upstream from the cascade in the picture by about a mile. This is what I now desire to build in Red Head. And we have a Red Head in the collage as well — the mashup of Anne Shirley and Dorothy Gale near the top center.

Hucka D.:

That is Red Head itself [in Frank Park]. Aquaman.

bb:

I don’t know what that means.

Hucka D.:

Red Head is where it all goes down. Green Stream (stream that cascades through Red Head) is your Appalachian Spring. 4orrin1 tells a lot about Red Head. And visa versa.

For Red Head to succeed it must be both Superman and Aquaman. Original and inverted in one. Wilson-Wheeler if you will. Prior must become present and visa versa. Either or.

bb:

I still don’t understand.

Hucka D.:

The cascades in the collage[s] are as much the Red Head cascades as the ones behind your house now. After all, the Exosphere, the intra-hiking area, is a dead zone, and of no use to you any longer. Everything has shifted to Red Head now, including the dream of building a woodsy shed like you originally envisioned above the cascades of George Harrison Branch — and a shed that is still present at Harrisonia, albeit not of your own design. But you can use it as a model, certainly. And that is why it’s there. How do all these sheds or potential sheds interconnect — blend into each other? That is the question you are actually asking.

bb:

Okay.

Hucka D.:

Someone like Superman had to build the one at Harrisonia, because it was built in the *middle of rhododendron*. It was exactly like someone flew it in from above. You still don’t know how that thing got there.

bb:

No. I don’t.

Hucka D.:

*You* put it there.

bb:

You mean I communicated to someone who put it there. On a mental plane.

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb (looking at collage again):

So that would explain the conjunction of that Harrisonia shed and Superman in [Collage 03]. Quilt Rock is beside it, and that was painted by the Celina artist woman once more.

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Hucka D.:

All of these desires[ for a woodsy shed] must coalesce somehow. You draw strength from it. That can help with your present house situation as well.

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