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Cards, In The

“West Virginia is where The Kniks conglomerate Power. Why is this?”

bb:

It is to protect the Cardboard City that is connected to their Village Green concept.

Hucka D.:

Correct. Davies has a stake in this as well now. Zappla[ and Ingor] come to examine the results. There is Dead End Steert on one side of the Cardboard City timewise, and then Big Black Skome on the other side. This is Cardinal.

bb:

Trying to process that… The two Kniks heads in “Marge Refound”, the 8th collage of the Gila series, stand for the first and last third of Baker’s Creek, marked off by identical 3.11 mile segments according to the Cardinal, er, Process.

Hucka D. (correcting?):

Decree.

bb:

The middle head has been replaced by a beech grove, probably Marge. The heads to its side are then Selma and Florence. Sorry, Selma and Patty. Marge is the 3.31 length between the two, identical 3.11. Together they are the 3 Sisters.

Hucka D.:

We’re talking about Carrcass-1, which we still can’t provide the real name for, darnit. Still haven’t got permission. Lots of paperwork involved.

bb:

Good luck with that, Hucka D. (smiles)

Hucka D.:

You could help.

bb:

How?

Hucka D.:

Provide an archival copy of Carrcass-1 for the Council to examine.

bb:

Don’t really know what the Council is.

Hucka D.:

Cardinal. (pause)

bb:

I’ll work on that archival copy then, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Please. Then we move beyond calling them carcasses.

bb:

So Zapple is taking notes on Carrcass-1, because his work will reappear in the following carrcass, or Carrcass-2.

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

Carrcass-1 seems inexplicable to them.

Hucka D.:

Well, Ingor especially. He didn’t know about this before. He’s just become a variant here… newborn.

bb:

Let’s see. So Lola is the man-woman of the Cardboard City. That’s pretty obvious. Ruustre knows the story about the man-woman, according to bartender Rhoda, now deceased (this is also in Carrcass0-1). And the man-woman is connected to Hays County, Texas with not one but two Roosters within, a Rooster Springs and then the hq of Rooster Teeth of Red vs. Blue fame, or the former hq (in Buda). Lone Man and Lone Woman are in the center of the county, while the Roosters are more on the eastern edge. I probably have a picture of this county in the Baker Blinker Blog, Hucka D.

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bb:

Just as a sidenote, it’s really cool because Carrcass-1 which actually created in the first year of the blog, and you can follow my thoughts, in essence, all the way up to its actual creation and then beyond — the immediate effects.

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bb:

First off, Ozmo is Baker, both in the forms of Baker Bloch and Baker Blinker, the lone man and lone woman, perhaps. Fused they become The Bakers.

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bb:

I believe this is where the prelude stuff really starts kicking into gear: with the discovery of Mouse Island and The Darts.

http://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2008/11/04/chatting-d/

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bb:

It’s the mention of Booger Hayes in the Cardboard City that is a key. B. Hayes, like President Rutherford B. Hayes, who owned Mouse Island. Hays County, of course, again.

Hucka D.:

He is the first president who wasn’t a president. We have left — sorry *entered* variant territory for the United States as a whole. United Snakes?

bb:

Carrcass-1 is the first carrcass beyond the influence of The Bill, who’ve not be used in one since Carcass-0 immediately preceeding this. We just mentioned Master Shake of Carrcass-0.

Hucka D.:

Master Snake?

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bb:

Spider plays or knows B. Hayes (to play is to know a tune). The naming of such is not liked by the Spider of the Cardboard City.

Hucka D.:

No. The variant world must remain hidden. The music becomes Latona… atonal I mean.

bb:

It’s music that can kill. Corndogs at least.

Hucka D.:

The…

bb:

The playing of B. Hayes is concordant, as long as the actual name of the piece or composer is not spoken.

Hucka D.:

There’s no answers to who this B. Hayes is coming from the Cardboard City alone. This is genius. But to speak the name of this genius is to deny full genius.

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bb:

Maybe we should talk of R110. (pause) Interesting that I thought Ozma was sync proof early on in this discussion.

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bb:

Interesting about the discussion of the 4th Angle… which might not be 4th Angel as perhaps some people thought. 4th Angle is the desert. Osmos. Ozmo searches the desert for new adventures, but he just doubles back into the Cardboard City in Carrcass-1. Folded back into itself, as in a 4th dimension. He cannot descend back into the Aquamarine Rebel Strike Force. West Virignia gives strong clues how to really kick start Carrcass-1, Hucka D. It starts with a man named Don in the desert, who is the same as Ozmo. He stepped outside. Don Aman. Amanaplanpanama. That was probably your line.

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bb:

When the 4th corner is reached, Ozmo ends, even though it was never suppose to end. It just does.

Hucka D. (correcting once more):

It’s never ended.

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bb:

Ozmo will be in the next collage, Hucka D. Ozmo has already been in a collage: Jasper 04. It’s connected to Gills Pier in Michigan, where Ozmo will return. 2052 is the date given.

ozmo

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Gila Interpretations/Associations 01

The Gila collage series appears to be over. It’s obviously related to the series of the Art 10×10, even in name. Gila is one of the most interesting village names left in northern Jasper County Illinois after those taken by the Art 10×10 (Rose Hill, Yale, Newton, Wheeler, and Jasper itself).

Similarities/differences: Gila, like basically all the tiers of the Art 10×10, consists of a base of 10 collages, but in this case augmented by a 00 collage and an 11th collage, as far as I can determine. Let’s look at each one, and I assume Hucka D. will help me with an interpretation, since he likes doing such things. So let’s just bring him in now.

Hucka D.:

The first is called [“The Kniks”], and came first — January 7th was the finish date as I’m seeing.

https://bakerbloch.wordpress.com/2013/01/07/the-kniks/

This is and isn’t the first collage of the series, so you are right to call it 00 or label it as such. The collage plays on the fact that Ray Davies’ head off the sleeve of the hit single Dead End Street/Big Black Smoke conjuncts with or sort of “captures” the word “Big” of the second [ b-side] song. Then this is copied and allowed to substitute for the heads of the 3 other band members of The Kinks — except now they’re called The Kniks, and the songs are Dead End Steert and Big Black Skome. Clever. Meaning? Probably that Ray Davies was obviously the main creative genius of the group and wrote almost all the songs. He probably thought of it has his band, although he tried not to. He had a big head, then? Well, I didn’t create the overlap of “Big” and his head, and you didn’t either. You’re just playing on something already there. So that’s kind of the trigger for the whole Gila series.

bb:

Thank you Hucka D. Very informative. This is also the birthplace of The Kniks, perhaps, where they split off from The Kinks.

Hucka D.:

That is correct. This is done through the overlap of not one but both involved songs with the Cardboard City. The Kniks, by attaining variable status here, finally break free of a Zapple coupling. But “Dead End Street” might be their best overall song, their “Strawberry Fields.”

bb:

Except for “Waterloo Sunset”.

Hucka D.:

Maybe. Guess the latter ends better.

bb:

And this is Carrcass-1 or Carrcass-One, kind of like Carcassonne. (pause) We also have “Powerman” included here, and the Gila series is presently housed in the Power Tower of New Pietmond, Hucka D. The Power Tower is like the tallest building of the Cardboard City, where the person shaped like a Square lived. He was the most powerful entity of the town, and controlled the connection with virtual reality.

Hucka D.:

Power Tower being the tallest building of New Pietmond as well.

Hucka D.:

Yes. It’s on collages of the Gila series itself.

bb:

Maybe we should move on to collage 01 of the series, then. We have Ray Davies’ head present. We have 4 again, just like in 00, and all with the word “Big” on them. This is obviously The Kniks of the original collage, then. Not really The Kinks.

Hucka D.:

No. It’s like The Beetles. They have passed into variant territory, probably connected with the Sunklands Initiative.

bb:

Let me put up a link. The original collage is found in this post, but I’ll just copy the image over here. This one’s called “Making it BIG” for now.

aveburydragonfly13

Hucka D.:

The Kniks have sprung into action in the series. The heads of 3 of the members, which are all 1 member now [Ray], cover some Google Earth text at the bottom of the collage. The 3 heads are joined. A 4th Ray Davies/Kniks substitutes for a chimney on the central house of the picture, found in Google Earth in Avebury, UK. It was a notable snapshot for you because of the seeming presence of 2 upright dragonflies hovering above the house. That’s not what they are but that’s okay — we wanted you to choose this photo for the collage. You will return to this house. The house contains scenes, in its windows, of other oddities in GoogleEarth you had recently found, including an elogated headed alien, also of Avebury, and a Rockley mystery fireball.

bb:

Still haven’t seen anything like that elsewhere in Second Life — did I just say *Second Life*? — GoogleEarth I mean, of course.

Hucka D.:

Rockley will come up again soon. The house contains these images. In front of the house, along the road, are the 3 heads of The Kniks mentioned before. This is in essense their house, where they play and rehearse and live. They are from Avebury.

bb:

Hmm.

Hucka D.:

The 4th head is the key, the one that acts like a chimney. From it smoke emerges, and the numbers 333 are seen within [note: this is white smoke, not black]. A headless entity seems to claim the middle of the three 3’s for a substitute head. We know now this is associated with the 3 sisters of Hackpen Hill: Marge, Patty and Selma, 3 basically identical and circular beech groves just to the north of the famous white horse on the hill. To the left is a crop circle image coming from the fields just below the sisters — at Uffcott.

bb:

Let me see if I can dig up some more information quickly on that circle, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Go ahead sir.

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bb:

It apparently dates from 1995, Hucka D. I found it on this site, where it is described as a solar image. And that’s how it’s probably used in the collage — as a substitute for the sun itself. The golden color goes along with this too.

Hucka D.:

Uffcott will come up again in a minute. Do you have anything to add about this particular collage?

bb:

I remember adding the hand above “Chimney Ray’s” head after the second collage was perhaps completed, or near completion. It’s the hand above Paul McCartney’s head from the Sgt. Pepper album cover. I didn’t know until recently that Davies didn’t care too much for The Beatles back in the day, but I guess that’s just rivalry, like he had with his own brother within his own band. So his head, here, takes the place of McCartney’s head. Davies/Kniks heads will return in the collage series in 08 as a resolution to all this, seemingly.

Hucka D.:

We should move on, then. We can talk about elements of 01 through higher collages. So 02 is called “Ring_o” according to that post.

gila02b

bb:

Oh Hucka. We forgot to talk about “Apricot Bone” in that last collage. Apricot Bone is perhaps the name of a band as well, maybe like Sergeant Pepper was for The Beatles. As The Beetles created Sgt. Pepper, so The Kniks created Apricot Bone.

Hucka D.:

That could be correct. Apricot is a UmapS name, from the Washington state. Relates to the site where you have information about Sunfish Pond in New Jersey, and how it’s linked to Block Island, Rhode Island through rock stackings. Sunfish comes up again soon as well in Gila. (pause) But to collage 02, which will answer some of these questions. We have Paul’s head now positioned below the same hand as above Ray’s head in 01, and this is from Sgt. Pepper again. Union of Hand and Head, just like we have in Arkansas on the Arkansas Line of The Way. This is the *correct* interaction of the Hand with a Head. Ray’s is a substitute. He cannot be Paul, nor does he need to. He is a great songwriter in his own right. He just didn’t have a Lennon to help him. In variant terms, Paul is Marty, and Lennon is Lemon. I say this because there’s a Lemon in collage 02 as well.

bb:

From the union of Sgt. Pepper and The Kniks comes “Introducing Lemon”, which is actually an album by a Chicago math-rock group called Cheer Accident. Pretty good album, and I need to give it a spin again. I use the album cover in this collage, like I did with The Kniks single sleeve in collage 00. The head of the album is fiddled with again — I put Ringo’s head on top of the one on the Cheer Accident album. Otherwise the album cover is unaltered. The insertion of Ringo’s head is logical here because he is the trumpeter of the Sgt. Pepper military band, just like the person on the Cheer Accident album is a trumpeter in a military band. Their uniforms are very similar. So the marriage of Sgt. Pepper Ringo with this cover is a natural, if we add in the mistique of the name “Lemon” from the album. Lemon is actually Lennon, or a variation thereof. Lennon stands beside Ringo on the Sgt. Pepper album, holding a tuba french horn instead of a trumpet. The image is that of Ringo, but it is also Lennon, then, through Lemon. Lennon and McCartney, also pictured here, form the greatest songwriting duo of all time, most likely.

Hucka D.:

You said the album cover was unaltered except for the addition of Ringo’s head — and Ringo becomes Ingor in the variant name playing game — but there’s another change and that’s the overlap of “Apricot Bone” again on the name of the band across the top of the Introducing Lemon cover. But part of their name remains in the overlap: in the center, we still see “Accid”. This refers to LSD acid, like as perhaps sung about on songs like Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds from the Pepper album. This refers to that. But also this is actually part of the word “Accident”, like some say all this collaging business you do is. It’s all accident and there’s no meaning. Well, I’m here to say there is meaning. We are talking about it here. There is no Accident. (pause)

bb:

I want to get to that central ring figure of collage 02 as well tonight. This is cut from the middle of the Uffcott crop circle pictured in collage 01. It represents a ring itself, and is like another Uffcott crop circle coming from the end of just this past crop circle season, Hucka D., an obvious forgery or hoax. I talk about this crop circle at the bottom of this post:

https://bakerbloch.wordpress.com/2013/01/22/it-2/

The name of the woman being proposed to through this hoaxed circle, Laura, also piqued my interest. In David Lynch’s Fire Walk With Me, Agent Cooper, speaking to Laura in a dream from the Black Lodge, urges her not to take a particular ring, associated with a wedding ring before this although not connected with any particular, normal wedding in the movie or attached Twin Peaks series. No…

Hucka D.:

The hoaxed crop circle is the power of the Black Lodge manifesting itself in the Uffcott fields. The ring is also a Hope Diamond, and is thus cursed. There is even a glinty spark at the northwest corner of your ring in collage 02 to remind us that this is a diamond ring. The glint is the same as the Rockley mystery fireball pictured in one of the house windows of collage 01. In collage 03 this same glint on the same ring will become All Illuminated. Should we move on?

bb:

Eh, why not. (pause) But you want to talk how *you’re* the man waving in collage 02?

Hucka D.:

No. But it *is* me. I’m golden; he’s golden. But let’s go to 03.

gila03f

bb:

So this one’s called “King Tull” apparently, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Here we have pictured the 3 sisters for real, although it’s hard to see them in the final collage unless you know what you’re looking at. Insert one of those other pictures of the sisters as a contrast…

wiltshire07

Okay, so that’s the 3 sisters from the western edge of Uffcott, where they can be seen straight on, as it were. They appear equal from there — equally spaced. This makes the Uffcott location special for you. It will be the place of Saucer Contact.

bb:

Don’t know what that really means but let’s keep going…

Hucka D.:

Frank Herbert’s Paul has a Saucer. Paul is not where he seems to be.

(continued in Gila Interpretations/Associations 02)

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Shark (referencing a severed hand): You found my record, didn’t you? Now… spin it.

“The band rehearsed in your Garage #2. They were *the* band of the town, like the Conchords were for Little New Zealand, or they were planned for as such (smile). Dr. Blood planned this out with you. The owners of the new Stairs Building Gallery complained of the noise. The Knicks (variant band) said: stuff cotton in your ears you freaks, and laughed derisively. Both brothers were there. Dan camped out in the TILE Tower for quite a while, but his official place was Fleep’s Cottage. Both grew up in the House of Truth, and the brothers’ dad owned both it and the garage and possibly the land occupied by Fleep’s Cottage and the TILE Tower. What did they think of the TILE religion? I suppose they followed it. The church use to be in the SoSo Village, but was later replaced by Stairs Building #2. *Their* New Pietmond sort of evolved backwards from yours, with the X-Spot Gallery being the *last* addition. The X-Spot Gallery signaled the band’s fiscal triumph. Questions?”

bb:

How did the Knicks acquire the art of the X-Spot?

Hucka D.:

They bought it. And they also bought the art of your 10×10.

bb:

Did they know of Peter Gabriel, supposedly also in Second Life?

Hucka D.:

*Yes.* They knew of the Sunklands Initiative after a while. Or at least Dr. Blood did.

bb:

And they knew of Z.

Hucka D.:

Yes. He came to town as well, although he wasn’t an official resident. I don’t think.

bb:

Maybe he was.

Hucka D.:

A possibility.

bb:

So it really looks like New Pietmond is “just” a continuation of Lion’s Roar from October. I didn’t go back there all of November, Hucka. I hope the bottles are all right.

Hucka D.:

Knicks, the name of the variant band, is a key, because you’ve compared both Lion’s Roar and New Pietmond — and also, now, Supersity just north of Frank Park — with New York City. But it’s the Kniks, without a “c”. Just looking at your type and over your shoulder and such.

bb:

Spooky. So Hucka, we’re going quite a long way in explaining who actually might have *lived* in New Pietmond.

Hucka D.:

The Kniks obviously. Do you know where the primary Knik is? It’s in… well, I’ll let you find out.

bb:

Knickerbocker is a resident of New York… knicks, then, for sure. They contacted the real world through the Tower of A. Mann, which is a type of psychic parallel of sorts to The Statue of Liberty — Lady Liberty.

Hucka D.:

Mossmen were probably also in New Pietmond. They may have come from the direction of Supersity. Mossmen are depicted in the 10×10 and in SoSo Gallery[ with its Oblong series from that overall opus].

bb:

Tower of A. Mann is obviously related to my recent Facebook post about the many Kinks’ songs ending with “man,” a number of which are now part of the Sunklands Initiative project, Hucka D. A good example is “Powerman”, a unique and rather stunning track from Lola. And this makes me think that the Tower of A. Man is the tower of Powerman, or the Tower of Power (in one incarnation of the building).

Hucka D.:

Right. Insert picture.

http://www.flickr.com/photos/15402278@N08/

bb:

Sorry. Still looking…

12oz_ep013_03

Hucka D.:

Nope. But close enough. You know 12 Oz Mouse’s cardboard city is New Pietmond as well. Dead End Street, the true beginning of Carcass-1, the very first Carcass in a way, in a manner. New Pietmond is a record… now spin it.

Dead_End_Street_cover

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