Le Mars was platted in 1869, but no lots were sold until the Chicago and North Western Transportation Company arrived in 1879. According to town legend, CNW investor John I. Blair and a group of women arrived at the town, which was then called St. Paul Junction. Blair asked the women to name the town, and they submitted an acronym based upon their first names’ initials: Lucy Underhill, Elizabeth Parson, Mary Weare, Anna Blair, Rebecca Smith and Sarah Reynolds.
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… it might have been some version of this man named Dave, who has chosen to be called Bogota during his stint in Collagesity, haunting the Rubi Woods all this time, not Sid or Syd per se.
Bowie has long declared himself a massive fan of Barrett-era Floyd. He showed just how much by singing their debut single ‘Arnold Layne’ at guitarist David Gilmour’s solo show at the London Royal Albert Hall last month. It was Bowie’s first live appearance in two years following a serious illness.
He said on hearing today’s news: “I can’t tell you how sad I feel. Syd was a major inspiration for me.
“The few times I saw him perform in London at UFO and the Marquee clubs during the 60s will forever be etched in my mind. He was so charismatic and such a startlingly original songwriter. Also, along with Anthony Newley, he was the first guy I’d heard to sing pop or rock with a British accent.
“His impact on my thinking was enormous. A major regret is that I never got to know him. A diamond indeed.”
Also in GNIRPS, he seems to defer to Barrett in a quite tangible way and that’s what got me thinking in this direction. Carrcassonnee suggested that I stop considering such “evidence” accidental and just go with it.
There can be no doubt, actually.
Another Frank and Herman Einstein post mentioning a different Norwegian, this time a ridge in Idaho.
Notice the word Wegian is distilled from Norwegian in this post. Now, removing Wegian from Norwegian Wood gives us Norwood, which is the actual name of the neighborhood as I’ll tell you now. Switch from fantasy back to reality, then. Norwegian Wood mentioned at the bottom of that December 2012 post as well.
But Hucka D. is emphasizing that we must continue to *mystify* Ashville and its neighborhoods, instead of *de*mystifying. So we have Norwegian Wood, Cherry Avenue, Lime Street, and Linden Creek instead of their actual names. Well, as far as I can tell Linden Creek doesn’t actually have name, so this is a coined word for an unnamed stream in reality. And now I also have a name for the stream that it joins: Read Creek. And Earl Weaver Park may have been originally called Read Creek Park or just Read Park. The fairies or toy avatars or elves or whatever inhabits the Linden Creek area in mystified reality have preserved a bit of this original park across the road from the present park, but still on Read Creek.
I don’t think I’ve mentioned that in Earl Weaver Park we find the actual conjunction of Linden and Read streams. I viewed the conjunction in person several weeks back, and found the two streams almost equal in size at that place. Nevertheless, the Linden name is absorbed into the Read name at that juncture, terminating the former. You cannot see the stream confluence in Street View, and I didn’t take a picture of it while there. I’ll rectify that soon enough.
In Read Park, when it is restored to its original name, we will find a monument to TILE starting with “I”.
We know Norway is North, referring to Nordic aliens, seen as superior in most eyes to the Southern ones, sometimes called Greys or Reptilians. This is oversimplification pure and simple. The Nordics are more *us* — or you I should say, baker b. The Reptilians are more *them*. Can you trust Greys? Can you trust anyone? Is a human being from the South during Civil War times necessarily evil because he doesn’t understand the human tragedy of slavery? Do they have a Hart?
Orchard City, the second largest municipality in Delta County, is home to 3,100 residents and is the largest municipality in terms of square miles in Delta County.
Despite its size, Orchard City is primarily recognized by the names of three smaller and older areas within its boundaries: Austin, Eckert and Cory.
They all had separate beginnings, but somehow through a unique course of events came together. The following is a condensed history of how Orchard City came to be a town of three communities.
Three Communities Grow
The names Austin, Eckert and Cory have existed since the turn of the century. In the 1900’s, the entire area, including Cedaredge to the north, was solid with orchards of peaches, apricots, cherries, and apples. The area was gorgeous.
… let’s look at Leaf:
“Monolith (Mono-Leaf?), Californi-a. Next to Eric. This means: Whitehead X-ing’s Monolith is dedicated to Leaf Erik’son’s visit to The Crossing, perhaps on the same spot he had a house or sum’tin. In same state, Erickson near Leaf obviously points to Leaf Erik’son. Nearby is Grass Lake and Weed. Grass Lake is the same as Reed Lake in The Crossing’s Mall area. More stories there — perhaps Leaf fished out a monster there. Perhaps this monster was Strange — probably was, don’t you guess? Then this Strange monster was moved over to The Weed or just Weed.
So Hucka D, I’m thinking Leaf saw a Big Foot monster. The same Calif. county is home to many Big Foot sightings in the country, especially Route 89 between Happy Valley and Willow Creek.
Then of course we have this bizarre blog found several years back concerning Stranger Creek, Kansas…
Hitchcock and Number Nine. Small advances past level 1… heading slowly but surely to level 2. You know I like these synchs.
Back to Siskiyou County…
The name comes from the Shasta language /wáik’a/, for which Mount Shasta is named. The word means “north mountain” or “white mountain”. Mark Twain tells a different story:
Harte had arrived in California in the [eighteen-]fifties, twenty-three or twenty-four years old, and had wandered up into the surface diggings of the camp at Yreka, a place which had acquired its mysterious name — when in its first days it much needed a name — through an accident. There was a bakeshop with a canvas sign which had not yet been put up but had been painted and stretched to dry in such a way that the word BAKERY, all but the B, showed through and was reversed. A stranger read it wrong end first, YREKA, and supposed that that was the name of the camp. The campers were satisfied with it and adopted it.
“Yreka Bakery” is a palindrome. The loss of the “B” in a bakery sign read from the reverse is mentioned as a possible source of the name Yreka in Mark Twain’s autobiography. The original Yreka Bakery was founded in 1856 by baker Frederick Deng. The palindrome was recognized early on: “spell Yreka Bakery backwards and you will know where to get a good loaf of bread” is quoted as an ad in the Yreka Semi-Weekly Journal May 23, 1863 and states that twelve loaves sold for $1. The Yreka Bakery moved eventually to its long-time location, 322 West Miner Street, where it remained under several ownerships until it closed in 1965 on retirement of the baker “Martin”, and clerk Alta Hudson. Another Yreka Bakery reopened in a different location in 1974, but is no longer in business. Author Martin Gardner mentioned that Yreka Bakery was in business on West Miner Street in Yreka,:246 but it was pointed out by readers “the Yreka Bakery no longer existed. In 1970 the original premises were occupied by the art store Yrella Gallery, also a palindrome”,:251 which was owned and operated by Yreka resident B’Ann Dunlap. The historic building, the Brown-Nickell-Authenrieth Building, 322–324 West Miner Street, currently houses a restaurant.
“Yreka” which is supposedly an Indian word meaning “White Mountain”. This story is false. Yreka is an ancient Greek word meaning the opposite of Eureka, which of course means, “I found it”. Yreka actually means, “I haven’t found it”.
With names like “Thompson’s Dry Diggings” which would obviously deter any traveling miner from setting up claim and “Yreka” which is the opposite of Eureka…something is amiss here. Much like the Vikings named Iceland and Greenland the opposite of their true nature, the same has been done with Yreka. But, why?
Truth is, Yreka is one of the richest areas in the world in terms of natural resources and development in the Siskiyou County region has been systematically oppressed since California was first inhabited by pioneers in the 1800’s. Some even say that Yreka is a spiritual epicenter for occultist activity.
Interesting that Greenland and Iceland, Lief Erickson’s stomping grounds, comes up here again. So the names Greenland, Iceland and Yreka are united in this way.
The Freemasons have had a longstanding power structure set up in Yreka since its founding in 1851, one year after California entered the union. The large majority of the land in Siskiyou County is owned by clandestine private land owners that vow to stifle all industry in the region. These clandestine owners are known to locals as “The 40 Thieves”.
A trip down Miner Street will take you to the Franco American Hotel. A hotel that once housed US President and Freemason, Rutherford B. Hayes. Directly next door to the historic hotel is the Masonic Temple that is now a hardware store. Masonic symbols can still be found on the frieze of the building and are a hidden reminder of the men that built the city and their occultist allegiance. What was the meaning of Rutherford B. Hayes’ visit to Yreka and what was being discussed? Underneath the buildings on Miner Street lies tunnels used in the past for occultist ceremonies done by Freemasons and the Illuminati.rutherford b hayes illuminati
Maybe they fished a giant statue of the Tin man or Ten man out of Grass Lake, Hucka D. It’s a sort of swampy, grassy lake, then. Tennant near Tin Shop, Alabama gives a possible clue. Tennant near Leaf-Erickson, Grass Lake, Weed Calif. balanced. Tennant, Iowa, 3rd and last, may point to Billfork via Harlan co. seat and an Irwin nearby. Harlan equals God, perhaps Whitehead (?) Tennant of course is Dr. Who, Time Traveler.
“It’s an actor and a character in one again, just like in Kansas with Bracket’s Psychogumma’s Marion and Leigh.”
We’re in Rubi again, Edwardston R. Baker b. has decided we all can stay. Turns out the Rubi Forest is alive and sentient and shut. Could have told him that to save the worry and time.
Fantastic! I sensed that too.
Lucas numbers and the golden mean are imbedded. Do you have your man data? Are you a Truemann?
The Klinger man/woman taps you on the shoulder, making you turn. Are you turning?
Town name brought to mind expression hebejebes. First link when looking that word up was from Urban Dictionary.
I believe this leads to urban comedies, which began replacing rural themed ones in television’s Rural purge of the early 70s.
“It was the year CBS cancelled everything with a tree—including Lassie”
M*A*S*H ultimately became perhaps the strongest and most influential of the new, grittier comedies that then emerged.
The red cross logo of army medical units is closely associated with M*A*S*H in the show and on related products.
Obvious reference to Max Klinger, the cross-dressing M*A*S*H regular famously played by Jamie Farr. Both Farr and his fictional character are from Toledo, Ohio, seat of Lucas County.
Klinger dressed in women’s clothes in an attempt to gain a Section 8 and leave the war to return to Toledo. Pillow refers to a harmless woman-style fight Klinger might safely engage in in Toledo, as opposed to a real man-to-man fight in Korea.
Mouse (Creek) – Man(data)
Refers to well known idiom, “Are you a man or a mouse?”, obvious connection again to Klinger’s reluctance to engage in real battles and be a real man. This also associates with dressing up as a woman. In later M*A*S*H seasons, Klinger gives up the dresses and the Section 8 dream.
Also see: “Measure of a Man.”
Cast member Brent Spiner (Data) identified this episode as his favorite TNG episode. In an interview, fellow cast member Patrick Stewart (Jean-Luc Picard) concurred that this is “the first truly great episode of the series”. On Twitter in April 2013, Marina Sirtis names this as her favorite episode.
Not far north of this map appears Kulps, with a lone variant name of Klingers. This again refers to the Rural Purge, since Nancy Kulp was a famous secondary actor of the most popular of all rural comedies, The Beverly Hillbillies. Likewise, Klinger plays a similar support role on M*A*S*H. Also Kulp confessed to being a lesbian later in life, mirroring character Klinger’s sexual complications.
Actor Dennis Erdman played injured soldier Harrision in one episode of M*A*S*H, “The General Flipped at Dawn”, the 1st episode of season 3 and perhaps best remembered for introducing Harry Morgan, who played a different character in this episode (Gen. Steele) than when he became a regular as Col. Potter the following season.
Klinger approaches the inspection in full drag and presents himself to the General with a snappy salute. Steele take a quick look at him and growls, “Not now, Marjorie, I’m inspecting the troops!”
Additional note: like “The General Flipped at Dawn,” the Star Trek Next Generation episode mentioned above is a season’s opening episode (3rd season for TGFaD and 2nd for “The Measure of a Man”).
Fearnot, Hepler (anagram of Helper, as in M*A*S*H unit), Rough and Ready:
All refer to war and the thing Max Klinger is attempting to avoid. Also along these lines…
Anagram of Klinger and also containing the word killing and killer in one. This village is a bit to the southwest of the above map.
Near Killinger, and refers to rifle. Just read about a Rife surname yesterday and thought it was rifle. On same Youtube channel as the Shone Report.
Note also that Rife could become rifle by stealing the extra “l” from nearby Killinger, making the latter closer to Klinger via its then single “l”.
Rifle kills — Rife cured. Seems he could have cured many more.
And to top it off, perhaps, we’ve seen most of this map before in the Frank and Herman Einstein! blog.