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you can’t occupy a fort if someone already lives there

India: You have just begun to understand The Fortress. Do you understand?

Me: Yes.

India: But do you *really* understand.

Me: Um. No. No?

India: Yes.


I knew that India lived at the Fortress, who was both Asian and American. NO Fused with a man. NO I picked up the negative voice. YES Snake, hissing of summer? MAYBE Ah… closer. Close.

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In the end…

… Tin S. Man believed that 2001 synched to Dark Side of the Moon, not The Wizard of Oz. But it’s really both in one.

My take:

2001-Echoes is not a purposeful synch. That is, “Echoes” was not created as a soundtrack to the end of the 2001: A Space Odyssey movie (separately titled “Jupiter and Beyond the Infinite”). I believe Stegocat’s Contact-Echoes proves this by itself. The Wizard of Oz + Dark Side of the Moon likewise is not purposeful. Many synchs prove this, including my modest Dark Side of the Yellow Submarine synch (an earlier synch itself, like Contact-Echoes). And in this spirit I do not think 2001 + Dark Side of the Moon was created on purpose. And frankly even if it was, I’m not going to spend my time listening to Dark Side of Moon while simultaneously watching the grindingly slow 2001. The faster paced Wizard of Oz is obviously a better match for the musical smorgasbord of DSotM. I’m not that big of a fan of 2001-Echoes for the same reason, and that only uses the last section of the film. I’m not saying that 2001: A Space Odyssey isn’t a great film. I think, as a whole, it works better by itself (as do the vast majority of movies). You’d have to chop it up, perhaps into little pieces, in order to successfully employ it for a synchronicity.

So what’s the end story for Tin S. Man in this blog? The mini-myth really starts to take off in the 10th post, or “So We Are At Tin…”, and continues into 11, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22. Posts 20-22 create a trilogy of sorts, and represent the end of the main part of Tin S. Man – Wallace3 interaction, with Wallace3 played by me. Another early trilogy of posts just after this (24, 25, 26) demonstrates a shift from Tin S. Man-Wallace3 interaction centered by Tinsity at Green Oz Creek to Byng Creek mythology on the west side of the same mountain (Wealthy Mtn.). The creation of Lion’s Roar after this definitely seals the deal, and totally isolates the Tin S. Man energy from the rest of Frank and Herman Parks, Einstein.

Now this sealing is being unsealed, with the understanding that the incorporated Tinsity has run its course and Tin S. Man is pulling out of his namesake town. The separation started with Lisa the Vegetarian, owner of sacred Wealthy Mtn. or at least the great majority of it, enacting the 3333 Protectorate around Tinsity, allowing Wallace3 to escape the negatively charged energy surrounding it. Tinsity becomes South, Gray, 2233, Baker Blinker Blog, old blog, Rebel, Korean and not English. Tinsity absorbs the energy of the Baker Blinker Blog and its 2233 posts. It becomes the past, but a window to the past as well through the Supersity Super Hoop. Supersity and its hoop provides an answer to Tinsity.

Lisa the Vegetarian has supposedly compared this sealing to the Union Blockade of the South during the Civil War during one of her speaking engagements in Lion’s Roar. I suppose the end of Tin S. Man’s involvement with Tinsity and Green Oz Creek is his Appomattox. Saying that 2001 is the intended video accompaniment to “Dark Side of the Moon” by Pink Floyd is like Lee signing the treaty with the North there in the courthouse. Lee, South, Lovely, Love Lee. Decker. (pause) Sunfish.

Yards Creek, New Jersey with Sunfish Pond.


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Bill Mtn. to much of rest of Frank and (esp.) Herman Parks


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Heart O’ Herman Park

Since I’ve gotten around to writing the text for this post, the appellations for the lakes pictured below have changed. Head Lake in the map has “reverted” back to Heart Lake, and the actual Head Lake appears to instead be the larger body of water at the bottom of the map, here called Heart Lake. So the two names have been reversed in the meantime. Drink Lake, to the left, will probably be still known as this in future posts, although it is understood that behind-the-scenes planning had it at some point as Hand or Hands Lake. Instead, at some stage in the development, the “Hands” part was moved to the opposite side of the stream in effect, or made the *source* of the stream, hence Hand Spring, which begins with “hands” as well (upper center of map). The implications for this move are quite enormous for the Frank Herman Einstein blog.

And now Bass Ackwards Lake (map’s left) is now called or implied to be Health Lake, completing the 4H analogy. And all this is now directly assoc. with the state of Arkansas through its own, strong 4H resonance, including containing the only US Heath and Heart population centers. Health Lake also could be different from the other 3 named Herman Park lakes in that it might be spinning in an opposite direction from the others, whatever that means. One clue to this is the removal of “Wright” from old 3 leaf clover emblems of the 4H club when a 4th “H” is added, which might mean that the one *left*, the 4th (Health), is spinning in the opposite direction (or opposite of (W)right). But what is this spinning if so? Could it be the direction of time itself?

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Hiking Day 3

Another remarkable day of hiking in Herman Park. Visited Herman’s Grave again on Yards Mtn. and got some really good pics of the epitaph plaque on the back of it finally. Can do some analysis. Also I’m thinking that Herman’s Rock with its lighting bolt quartz vein is intimately and directly tied into this gravestone, and that the two are somehow one. Strange thought I know. I didn’t realize until yesterday that you can see the grave clearly from the top of this rock. Got more objects into Lion’s Roar on Byng Creek — about 50 objects total are there now, or probably about the same as at Billfork. I’m now calling Lion’s Roar the big, overhanging rock on the creek itself — this is where the truly magical stretch of the creek begins, running up at least to the impasse where you must go up the bank to the Mystery Path to proceed further. Four Minutes is now the cleared out section about 20 yards upstream from the Lion’s Roar rock, where a TILE Temple might be built in the future. Further up, closer to Impasse, we have Six Minute Hill. I might clear some of that area out tomorrow, in fact. Why not. All 50 objects come from the top of the Yards Mtn. ridge, the stuff I was originally going to set up in Wedge but decided to move to Lion’s Roar several days ago. Wedge is on Yards Mtn., while Lion’s Roar and Byng (Creek) are on the side of neighboring Wealthy Mtn. The focus really remains on Wealthy Mtn. still, then, continuing the Tinsity-Wallace story from earlier this month and also last month.

Another area I’ve been exploring is the 4 Valley region between Green Oz Creek and Byng Creek. But none of the 4 streams of these valleys approaches Green Oz and Byng in size. There’s also Bass Ackwards Lake (B.A. Lake) to deal with ,which Green Oz Creek empties into and B.A. Creek comes out of. Or perhaps that’s Ackwards Creek?

Oh wait. Bass Ackwards Lake would be another lake in Herman Park instead. The one I’m talking about would be called — well, let’s just call it Green Oz Lake for now.

Another major stream pouring off the north side of Yards Mtn. was also explored yesterday, as yet unnamed as well. Its size compares to Byng.

Frank and Herman Parks just by themselves are going to keep me busy exploring and mapping and populating with art for the rest of my life easily. Today is the first day….

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