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Looks like people down there at the red lighthouse but aren’t. Man and woman.

Red has come up a lot lately. And the shape of the lake this island lies within — L —  is symbolic of red via TILE. Will Karoz return to energize his college?

Now where are those itty bitty bugs. Down below that empty house over there?

No. Above it.

I believe that the Mossmen, perhaps including this Gene Fade but perhaps not, are behind the recent phenomenon of black holes in Our Second Lyfe’s sky at dusk and dawn. This is Moss Island. In the middle of an L shaped lake. Moss (character) wears an L shaped tie in the Red Umbrella (Stonethrow) collage Hucka Doobie was found recently studying (“Whiteyes”). L within Moss instead of visa versa.

It’s all leading to the red door. And what’s inside. Moss(men) guarded the door and made sure it was tight and secure until April 2015. Then when it was opened the game was set. The WIS maps all center around it. Just northeast of fabled Whitehead Crossing where Spongeberg Resident seems to live now in his open teepee.

There’s nothing else, really, on this Moss Island in the L shaped lake. It is just another stepping stone on the path of truth, another pointer in the direction of fate.

Up or down? Hucka Doobie asks herself.

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Whitehead X-ing 03

A new batch of toy avatars now make their  home at Red Head, near its South Rock. I bought these at the Mythopolis flea market for 5 bucks total. I think it was a sweet deal. And now I have yet another batch bought from the same dealer since. Nice. But they might have to wait until the fall to join their brothers and sisters already stationed here.

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Knotty tree on the hillside west of Whitehead Crossing proper.

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South Rock region again. This is a classic Red Head shot.

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South Rock region: circle formation on tree.

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Brick in the stream here. There are a number of bricks in or around Green Stream as it flows through Red Head.

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The Red Head Path again, this time leading to North Rock at the upper extent of the main body of cascades.

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Very shallow Grand Pool once more.

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And *this* is the projected site of a cabin (etc.) just beside South Rock. It represents the new heart of Red Head, appropriately near its geographic center as well. It won’t be this summer that I’ll start the project, and perhaps not even the following summer or two. But: soon (projected, once more).

What will the construction of a “cabin” mean to this region and the mythology of Frank and Herman Park as a whole? Hucka D. has indicated to me that the cabin already exists there in hypertime, and I can draw on its energy. Hmm.

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Twinned carolina hemlocks of Whitehead Crossing, near the new teepee there.

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Whitehead X-ing 02

Another prominent rock in or near Red Head, a bit south of Green Stream. Another no named rock as well.

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Here we’re back in familiar blog terrritory in Whitehead Crossing proper, with its two dead hemlocks marking a southern entrance to the Straightaway.

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4 Sticks region, sighting what might possibly be another Bee Line LINK formation…

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… better highlighted here. More on that soon enough.

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Orange Hill, former (present?) home to Falmouth or Dundee Castle, is eroding away. Won’t be around too many more summers. Should I even take steps to preserve it?

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Vine circle marking upper end of that Bee Line type phenomenon I mentioned above.

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Green Turtle and The Emerald.

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Whitehead X-ing 01

Red Head cascades.

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Red Head (main) path. Fairly complicated system here. I haven’t yet created a map. Will I this spring now that it’s probably sealed off from me until autumn?

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Looking up Green Stream from the bottom of the main run of cascades. They’re low but still exciting.

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Larger rock at bottom of cascades, with South Rock just beyond. This seems to be a mini-center of energy within Red Head. I believe now that a cabin (etc.) will be built just above here.

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South Rock.

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Red Head Again

On one of Green Stream’s rocky beaches just below Red Head proper, I found a piece of blue glass. I decided to take a picture because a similar shard of glass was found just downstream on the upper limits of Whitehead Crossing several years back. Comparison picture here. LINK Since water doesn’t flow backwards I’m going to assume it’s not the same piece of glass. Could be from the same bottle, etc., obviously.

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Red Head’s shallow but substantial pool, once more. Must get a name for it. Shallow Pool isn’t good enough.

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Partially moss covered rock at the top of the cascades region, near the biggest rock. Again — names.

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A newly discovered, larger rock on this great day of hiking, in a general uphill direction from the rock pictured above. It’s large enough to have its own type of microcosm on top, as I tried to capture a bit in the second photo below.

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A smaller rock beside it with slates of rock on top. Looks like they were almost laid out there in a purposeful manner.

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The top cascade, once more.

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Interesting stack of tree trunks that can be seen from parts of Red Head — a landmark.

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A Red Head side stream in its lower part. I believe this flows directly into that shallow pool mentioned above.

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Heading uphill and out of Red Head, I came across this animal skull of presently unknown species. I’ll have to take a better picture when there’s more light, and compare with online resources.

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A more interesting rock on the slowly developing path back. I’m not sure I’ll enter Red Head enough to make a stable trail, but, then again, there’s only one feasible way in basically and it goes through here.

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Red Head + Greenhead 02

As I’ve spoken about before, the problem with the name Red Head is that it lies on (and near the source or head of) *Green* Stream, while it is Greenhead instead positioned on the smaller tributary of Green Stream named Red, probably Red Brook or Red Spring. Obviously there’s a bit of a switcheroo happening here. I think of color-blind people who can’t differentiate the colors green and red.

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According to Whitehead X-ing mythology, Red Head was named for Leaf Erik’son’s father’s red hair. In the real world, the source of of these 2 Whitehead X-ing figures are famed Norse explorers Leif Ericson and his own carrot topped father Erik The Red.

Thorvald Asvaldsson [Erik the Red] was banished from Norway for manslaughter and went into exile in Iceland accompanied by young Erik [Leif]. When Erik was himself banished from Iceland, he traveled further west to an area he named Greenland, where he established the first permanent settlement in 986….

Erikson and his crew travelled from Greenland to Norway in 999. Blown off course to the Hebrides and staying for much of the summer, he arrived in Norway and became a hirdman of King Olaf Tryggvason. He also converted to Christianity and was given the mission of introducing the religion to Greenland.[13][17] The Saga of Erik the Red and the Saga of the Greenlanders, both thought to have been written around 1200,[18] contain different accounts of the voyages to Vinland.[19][20] The two only known strictly historical mentions of Vinland are found in the work of Adam of Bremen c. 1075 and in the Book of Icelanders compiled c. 1122 by Ari the Wise.[21] According to the Saga of Erik the Red, Leif apparently saw Vinland for the first time after being blown off course on his way to introduce Christianity to Greenland.

Compare with here:

https://bakerbloch.wordpress.com/2014/05/22/enter/

First person — perhaps a Mossman — to visit The Crossing was Leaf [Erik’son]. His father was Red who became the Redhead Father of All. Father God that is. Leaf came from the east — Greene Knob, which we may now call Greenland Knob (still working on that name). All the land to the east, after that, became known as Redhead, however, after The Father. Whitehead was named for the white headed God the “Christians” of the region worshipped, and perhaps Leaf himself per the history of his real life double Lief Erickson. Then the Bees inexplicably had a Greenhead, perhaps just a joke to balance out Whitehead and Redhead. Perhaps something to do with Washington Co., Fla. and its Red Head, Greenhead, Whitehead Crossing, Poplar Head, and Orange Hill and Norum.

WH X-ing also has a Vinland region bounded on the “west” by No Title Spring, the “south” by Weed, the “east” by Five Points/Mall area, and the “north” by [Markland perhaps?].

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It is fairly clear, I think, that Greenland represents the mountain known as Greene Knob south of Allen Knob. Both of these lie on the western edge of Frank Park, and are of similar elevation. Green Stream runs between the two.

Leaf Erik’son established himself at least temporarily at Vinland in what was later to become WH X-ing. This would be the ancient past. A time blind person could not differentiate past from present and future, however. At any rate a monolith remains, telling us of his presence (presents?) there.

https://bakerbloch.wordpress.com/2014/04/28/whitehead-x-ing-revelations-02/

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“You got it. Leaf was blown into [and through] Whitehead Crossing a number of time.”

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The sadness of sophistication has come to the boy. With a little gasp he sees himself as merely a leaf blown by the wind through the streets of his village.

When the moment of sophistication came to George Willard his mind turned to Helen White, the Winesburg banker’s daughter. Always he had been conscious of the girl growing into womanhood as he grew into manhood.

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Red Head Mysteries 02

A snapshot from land above the cascades, where Green Stream flattens out and collects a number of side flows in the process, like the one pictured below. I know — I’ll get some better pictures soon. Just wanted to chronicle the exploration for today’s post.

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I wandered through this more constricted area quite a ways before turning back. Complicated! I can’t wait to map it all out. So this flatter area is above the 2 blocks of cascades we’re talking about. And then there’s flatter land below them, which would border Whitehead Crossing proper to the west and south.

The second section of cascades represents a somewhat steeper descent of Green Stream through Red Head. It also marks the place where Green Stream experiences its steepest elevation change anywhere along its approx. 1 1/2 to 2 mile long route, most likely. The topmost of the cascades is here; again we’re dealing with some very interesting looking rocks…

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… such as pictured here in an earlier blog post…

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And this stone I dubbed South Rock on my initial hike in the area did indeed turn out to be at the bottom of this stretch of cascades before the stream flattens out again. It is the southernmost of the larger rocks, and perhaps makes a nice balance to the rock at the top of the first cascades above it (the “Billrock parallel”), which I might call North Rock, then. But don’t commit me to that.

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Red Head Mysteries 01

I didn’t go down into Red Head yesterday. My back still isn’t completely healed up, and apparently walking on uneven ground for lengthy spells still irritates it some. Explorations in and around Red Head do *not* involve long stretches of level ground. It’s all uneven to a degree. Which gets to my news today. I *did* find a pretty easy way into Red Head day before yesterday, through relatively open woods. But it’s a descent toward the end, because the stream probably lies 250-300 feet below the top of the ridge I hiked along to get down there. I’m going to give it a name even: Martin Ridge. The side trek peels off from the Maine Trail before it too takes a sharp turn downward in heading toward the direction of Whitehead Crossing proper. And it was also reinforced to me the same day that there really seems to be no easy way at all to get from one to the other. Red Head is effectively blocked from Whitehead X-ing. And that’s good in a way, and how it was “designed” I’m sure, let’s put it. That person or those people constructing and using the WH X-ing teepee, for example, probably can’t get to Red Head, even if they heard me over there walking about.

Interesting grouping of tree trunks encountered while heading down the ridge to Red Head:

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Remember: When Allen and Martin switch places with each other, all will be revealed about Whitehead X-ing, Red Head, and all the rest. But that switcheroo is probably a considerable distance in the future still, perhaps decades and decades.

And I believe my intense focus on Middletown is over for the moment because of the Red Head findings. My attention is fully on Frank and Herman Park presently and the Blue Mtn. region. For now.

Red Head: general areas.

Green Stream is the spine of the area. Two blocks of cascades help define its passage through Red Head. The first block creates an area that reminds me of Billfork in character, with a standout-ish rock and also a side spring, like Billfork has Billrock and Billy Spring. This block really only has 2 well defined cascades if memory serves — at its beginning and end. The first or top one starts around the place where the largest rock of the area is encountered. I still do not have a name for this rock. I’ll give a picture of it again…

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The second cascade, a mossier one (Mossy Falls?), comes right where the side spring empties into Green Stream. Unfortunately I still have not created a blog worthy photo of it; will try again quite soon (today? Sunday?).

Rocks near top of first cascade:

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Interesting rusty piece of metal jutting from the ground there:

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Manmade rock:

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First cascades. Esp. interesting seeming, squarish rock in the middle of the mossier ones here; can you spot it?

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Whitehead X-ing Notes 02

Study: WIS maps. Red Head may equal the central WIS?

Mall Meadows (famous for its 5 shot lattes) may have also been called Five Points (source: Washington County, FL).

An important concept is that the bees, like Hucka Doobie (or anthropomorphized bees) use to live at Whitehead Crossing before being basically forced to move to Greenhead to escape persecution. Uncle Zoe and Aunt Joe plugged up their main hole, the Mammoth Hole to them, like the entrance to Mammoth Cave. They found another (smaller) hole at Greenhead. Waxy greeted them as they were released to freedom. The bird beats the bug.

So the bees may have been the original inhabitants of Whitehead X-ing. Did their honey attract Pooh, then?

The Bees still met other Whitehead Crossing related species at Mall Meadows.

Direction Rock: one of the WH Xing wonders?

GNIRPS may have been started or maybe moved to WH Xing in the past. GNIRPS is a computer or computer program based upon US maps. Maps about *us*.

Map Rat may be in at least partial charge of GNIRPS (source: MO). If so, Rat (conj. Map) is connected to the mythical Giant Rat of Sumatra. Cousins: Elephant of Celebes (Max Ernst) and Rose Hobart (Joseph Cornell; location=Boreo).

Map Rat is assoc. with Gang of Willard (1 member).

In short, Map Rat is from Real Life Sunklands. Source of that equals MO again, specifically Shannon County.

This is still very important: There is a direct link (portal) between my Little Whitehead in WH X-ing and Little Whitehead Summit on Monhegan Island, ME. And it probably generates all the other Maine related synchs in area, including Norum(bega), Nautilus Island (reached exclusively through Whiteheads), Gray with its lone Southern soldier and also Blue Feather Gallery on Brown Street, and also the reversal of North and South in Oxford County (Mexico-Peru to Norway-Sweden-Denmark), and also Bull Rocks at Dixfield. Maine is much about Whitehead X-ing. Believe it!

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White Rock, Whitehead Crossing, has power. Extends this into the White Rocks of TX, pointing out Petty/Pettiway (Petty + Ewa) and also the White Triangle of White Rock – Whitewright – White Rock. This is just beyond w. line of Fannin County, as the White Rock near Petty (and Petty, in turn near “High”) just beyond *east* line of Fannin.

We now also know that Petty is connected to Tom Petty, who is probably referring to being high in the song “Running Down a Dream” featured in Carrcass-10.

In Spring 2013 during another run of Whitehead X-ing related posts, I figured out that Seal Stone sits atop Grey Rock, making “Grey Seal” in toto, like the Elton John song. The spring beside it with no name quickly became No Title Spring (after the song before Grey Seal and after the title song of the album, GYBR: “This Song has no Title”).

The very shallow pool just discovered in Red Head may have been named Big Blue Pool in the past (source: Washington Co, FL again). Much deeper in past. It definitely has a story. You can’t easily get from Red Head to Whitehead X-ing from this direction, as reinforced to me just yesterday (!).

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Zebra Station at or near the mouth of Concreek points to Head Trip, which may be coded within a computer there. Black and white, like a Zebra. Zebra, Missouri and nearby Damsel Island is the source, however. It lies on the edge of Korean Channel, which is a important *tile* within Head Trip, perhaps what it was all built around.

This is a way beyond Billfork. This is Head Trip. Solidifes Whitehead X-ing as *the* place to create an art happening in the future, perhaps a cabin even.

Green Turtle also “found” in Spring 2013, along with the Wilcoxson cemeter and the Totem (Land of Blue and Purple).

4 Sticks also known as ZoSo, perhaps degenerated to SoSo. Big Log also named Spring 2013.

Yellow Bricks hidden at Tinsitiy originally come from WH X-ing and it’s “Rocky Trail”?

Imp. Whitehead X-ing related post here to review carefully:

https://bakerbloch.wordpress.com/2013/04/23/whitehead-x-ing-thoughts/

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The Emerald name also coined Spring 2013.

Diamond Rock found late spring 2013. On Diamond Beach of Whitehead Brook. (a 4×7 magic diamond? like centers my opus 1 drawing)

http://www.peeron.com/inv/sets/2989-1

Walk the Contemplation Loop this summer when and if possible.

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Whitehead X-ing Notes 01

Birds beat the bugs at Greenhead, after the bugs (bees) were defeated at Whitehead X-ing (Mammoth Cave hole double — see Falmouth collage 61!). Bird = Waxy symbolically (bird like formation at Greenhead hole). Traditionally the bird and bug are both *Martin*, like the knob (Allen to Martin Knob). Once Allen Knob becomes Martin Knob then all will be revealed. The location of Whitehead X-ing. The Art. All.

For now, Martin remains the primary falls on the Mountain. But in the future: Martin to Allen and Allen to Martin (source: KY, SD, NE, more).

Begin to think of Gene Fade’s production “Fade to Moss” again, a symbolic tribute to Mossman culture and expansion. Mossmen find Korean Channel and Whitehead Crossing location at its top. Silverberg established (Spongeberg related now?). Concreek explored and mystified. It was turned into an Alchemical Treatise.

Gene Fade wanted to use Whitehead X-ing as location for filming. Mossmen established themselves in Red Head. Bees were already over in neighboring Greenhead. All’s that was left to do was develop Whitehead X-ing, where it all went down. Rock (who became center of Fade’s tall tale) crashlanded into Mattland. Spotted Eagle Rock — Crocodile Rock. The whole of Coahoma County, Mississippi was involved (source: Dundee). Elton. Rocket Man. Came over from Sharieland in Herman Park, some say, and they may have been correct. Elton steps up from Mattland through Welcome Matt Rock, right through where the brand new teepee has been half erected. This is the southern edge of 4 Sticks, which represents ’73 and Goodbye Yellow Brick Road (and also Led Zep’s Zoso album from ’73 — and all ’73 albums really). Then Grey Rock and Seal Stone beyond its northern side, after you at least symbolically cross Big Log. This represents establishment beyond Sharieland, and the first 4 songs of Elton’s album GYBR (also: Green, Yellow, Blue, Red — TILE). No Name Spring here too.

I’m still impressed and, really, amazed how Red Head is so successfully blocked off from Whitehead Crossing. The Mossmen must surely have valued their privacy and security. But still they came to Whitehead, coming from the mysterious east and this Red Head no one seemed to be able to locate.

Blue Skies Mr.: An important concept to bridge Red Head and Greenhead energies and create the Whitehead X-ing matrix. Supposedly Rock (= Elton) created Blue Skies Mr. as a God to worship, perhaps modeled upon his own physical creator Sinclair from the Sinking Creek Designated Mystery Area in Virginia.

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Elton explains love of Blue Skies Mr.

Climactic scene to “Fade to Moss” might have occurred on Grey Seal. Threat of a fall?

Edward Stone or Edward’s Stone becomes a complement to Grey Seal (Grey Rock plus Seal Stone). Edward Stone then becomes Edwardston, and a sity is established, like the Emerald City. Elephant. Sharon Stone. Moss. Meade. Greenberg. Green Turtle (One of 7 Whitehead Crossing Wonders?) points this out, as there was a Green Turtle city next to Edwardston city in Mythos. The Emerald (grass growth) as well.

Wonders (will work on more later):

Diamond Rock
Welcome Matt
Green Turtle
Grey Seal (Grey Rock plus Seal Stone)
White Rock (?)
No Name Rock (?)
Edward Stone (>Edwardston)

Others:

Orange Hill (site of Fal Mouth Moon with its *61* collages). Orange Hill, some say, is the Crossing itself. 61×49. 2989.

Fal Mouth Moon was originally known as Castle Dundee before its conversion into an art gallery. Man named Dundee (with his wife) lived there. Cause of curse?

Fal Mouth Moon is direct bridge between Real Life (Whitehead Crossing) and Second Life (Collagesity). This portal was sealed by X-ians in AD 100 (After Dundee 100). Rock with cross topped Orange Hill, then, as in Falmouth Collage #__. Dingo appeared at top, and Fox below, at bottom of (Orange Hill) cliff, also known as Cliffs of Dundee.

http://www.washingtoncountyhistoricalsociety.org/orangehill.htm

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