Part 05


Other Big Bit o’ News…

… is finding what appears to be a true center to the TILE Creek mythos in terms of location. Ideal location, really: right next to TILE Falls, where a junction with an important tributary (as yet unnamed) is also formed.

The story is this. I came back to Blue Mountain from a trip to Mythopolis and decided to explore TILE Creek and what was already known as the Hermania “region”. Not chosen in this path of probable realities was more exploration of the Bobb Creek region of Mytholopolis, hiked just the day before (Saturday). I decided not to stay in Mythopolis but return to Blue Mountain and focus on my true home, despite finding some nifty things around Bobb Creek that day. When the poison ivy comes out, my guess is that the creek will be inaccessible, which means very soon, probably late March even given the warm weather we’ve been having. One more shot at a trip there until late Fall is all I have. But I think I chose right, based on what happened.

I start at the Iron Curtain, as Hucka D. has taken to call it. It offers the easiest access into the Hermania area, and I knew it would only be a short walk up TILE Creek from this gated fence into a clear area where I thought, at the time, Hermania, the true village, could perhaps be created. In getting to this open area, however, I found it lacking still (despite the good vibes) and suddenly had a strong desire to reach TILE Falls just upstream from here. I know now this was the pull of true Hermania. After hiking through some pretty thick rhododendron tangles I reached the falls and then another, much smaller “open” area just above them. I became a bit frustrated here: “There’s just too much rhododendron and undergrowth here to make any sort of ‘town’,” I found myself thinking. Then I started to realize that most of the branches around me were dead. I had an inspiration, most likely aided by the fact that I had to pick up sticks in the yard at my mother’s house and put them on her truck earlier that day. I just started breaking off the dead branches and throwing them just outside the open area, which was basically in the creek — or, better, above it. Slowly but steadily another legitimate open space was formed, but in a more energized spot. Here we had TILE Falls just 10 meters away or so, and also a major tributary just behind the cleared space. As I also later learned, access to this area can be had from the opposite direction, but through what is potentially a considerably easier route. Still hidden but easier. I knew I had my spot on TILE Creek. Hermania is truly born, or at least the true foundation is formed. Now all I have to do is fill in the space with… something.

I attempted to take pictures that day as well, but none really came out, probably because my arms were kind of tired from breaking off all those dead limbs and throwing them in the creek (on top of also working earlier that day). A space has been formed; I stopped when encountering living plants and branches but still a larger area than I thought possible at first was cleared. And there are two more small bushes that could be removed as well, since both are dead.


Enter The Drip…

“3 days to decide, Hucka D.”

Hucka D.:

About Boris. Stay.

bb:

‘Nother month?

[no answer]

bb:

Dear reader or readers, I have 3 days to decide whether to keep virtual Boris village around for another month, tier payment due March 7th and all. And I really should probably make a decision today. Don’t you think, Hucka D.?

[no answer]

bb:

Anyway, the plan is to use my monthly tier payment to buy toys and other supplies for the still emerging Hermania. Fantastic developments there (!) Just today I cleared out a bit more space behind the central tree — which I’m naming Whole Tree by the way, a play on words since it was originally Hole Tree, I believe, at least according to the original avatars in the area, since the trunk splits in two about 10 meters up only to quickly come together again to make a “hole” — to what I’ve also named Tip Drip, a tiny cascade on the tributary which meets TILE Creek at the top of TILE Falls mentioned before. I’ll probably name the creek/brook itself Tip or Tippy, and perhaps the cascade will becoming Tippy Drip in due time. But I kind of like Tip Drip.

Here’s a picture — again, as with all these central woods photos, it’s hard to capture what it actually looks like in person.

Again, I didn’t even know about this drip until today, when I happened to take a little closer look at the tributary behind the area I’d already cleared out at Hermania. I’ve wondered a bit if the native avatars (nature yet to be uncovered) thought that this *drip* might have been the true TILE Falls, and not the much larger cascade (volume-wise) on TILE Creek proper just below it. At least originally.


Cleared space in Hermania, with Tip Drip area in the shadowy region straight back from the sticks.


TILE Falls, with an actual “tile” placed on its rim.

That’s a piece of ceramic pipe actually, but it’s pretty close to being a “tile”, and one could say that I got the message. Yes, this is certainly TILE Falls, very very sacred.

Further downstream we have what I’m now calling Mars Rock, accompanied by Mars Beach and Mars Cascades probably.*

Hucka D.’s “Iron Curtain” separating Hermania from Drink Lake. The portal connecting the two is that small opening between fence and gate, the answer or counterpart to Boris’ Portal Rock. This is how you exit Boris virtual village and probably Second Life as a whole. Step through Boris’ Portal Rock and you’ve also stepped through this gate. This gives additional meaning to the Quadrobeavs’ name for Drink Lake as, instead, *Wall* Lake, an original appellation.

But maybe TILE Creek’s Mars Rock (just upstream) and Boris’ Portal Rock make for the closest 1:1 link.


“The Bunny and The Cat”

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* Notice the similarity in color and size of Mars Rock in this photo with the pipe piece atop TILE Falls in the previous photo. Another “hmmm…” moment elicited, then.


Pathfinder, Etc.

Yet more photos from TILE Creek. And many more photos to follow in the coming month and months I’m sure.

First we have a shot of Whole Tree (center of photo), redirected from Hole Tree. 🙂 It’s named for the hole the two main parts of the trunk create through their twisting and turning ways, about 10 yards from the ground or so. The tree lies at the center of still emerging Hermania (cleared space), and what all will apparently be based around when toy avatars, etc. move in. When will that be? Again, not sure, but probably quite soon. Can’t wait!

Detail of Whole Tree.

This day I decided to hike more the middle regions of TILE Creek, which forks into two main parts about 2/3rds a mile from either its source or its mouth, whichever way you’re counting. The below picture shows a tributary entering the more eastern of the two forks. For the record, although probably not very different in water volume (have to remember to check that fact), I’ve decided to continue the TILE Creek name only into the western fork here. Mysteriously to me again, then, why I’ve postponed giving a new name to this eastern fork. Am I still unsure on mostly an unconscious level which one is truly the TILE Creek? I don’t think so for reasons I hope to go into soon, but still…

Notice the light frosting of snow on the ground here, which melted in a couple of moments hence.

Another photo from a little further downstream on the same fork. Hey, maybe I can just call this stream Fork Creek (!) Problem perhaps solved.

Strange row of white rocks that almost seem to mark an ancient, long forgotten walking path of some sort. We’re still near the bank of Fork Creek here, but closer to its meeting with TILE Creek several hundred feet away still.

Detail of one of the other, numerous white rocks also found in the immediate vicinity. That circle effect looks a bit like Earth and its continents don’t you think? Not as impressive as the bizarre cat & bunny photo from the day before for certain, but perhaps still meaningful in some fashion.

Heading back around Hermania on the parallel carriage road, and a glimpse of Drink Lake through the trees.

Pathfinder Rock in TILE Creek. Or just plain, ol’ Pathfinder. The peculiarly red rock lies near the conjunction of several paths in the area, representing the most central junction point in all of Hermania most likely. In other places this rock has been linked to the virtual “Portal Rock” found at the start of the main path winding through the virtual Boris village (soon to be deleted, sigh). Note: this is the same rock I called Mars Rock in this TILE Creek post just below.

“Tiles” wedged into tree bark just above Pathfinder (Rock) at a place where 2 paths separate. More about this soon enough!


“Cat & Bunny” Detail

Detail of picture at the end of the post before the last one.

I went back to the same location today and for the life of me can’t find anything resembling what I took a picture of yesterday. I may have some more info to add later to the subject.

The rabbit also seems indicated by a small arrow pointing to it from just below. And does that tree have a mouth?

To me the bunny appears something like this (but with ears up and tail down)

and the cat like this (but rotated away from us and viewed from top more)

There is the distinct appearance of a collage or photoshop manipulation when none is present.


1st TILE Creek/Hermania Map

1st stab at a TILE Creek/Hermania map, with more to come, probably a number of ’em.

BLUE = paths or trails.

In creating the map, realized how unclear I am still about the actual position of various Hermania landmarks in respect to each other.

Some names on the map, and some comments:

Hermania (yellow): Central, cleared area of the whole region, its omphalos.

Whole Tree: Center, in turn, of Hermania; name comes from a hole the two main parts of the trunk make starting about 10 meters up from the ground.

TILE Falls: Another center, water style this time. Doesn’t represent any kind of large drop from top to bottom, but instead a curving, steady flow — covers a considerable area for such a small falls height-wise. May have been called Tyle Falls or Tyler Falls in the past.

Tip Drip: An obvious counterpart to TILE Falls, on the main tributary of TILE Creek within the Hermania metro area called Tippy Brook. Also known as Tippy Drip or Tippy Drippy or The Tip Drip (etc.). The drop is about the same height as TILE Falls, but the volume of the flow is much less, practically a “drip” as the tag implies.

Meeting Rock: The first named place in Hermania, and in contrast to most items on this map, known about for a very long time. Legendary meeting place of various toy avatars (Mossmen, Mmmmmmm’s, Marbles, Humanoid) and perhaps other types of avatars to form the TILE Doctrine, the details of which are still fuzzy to me but are based on the Law of 4, I suppose. There is no easy way to get to Hermania from Meeting Rock still, despite the close proximity (only 10’s of meters away from each other).

Pathfinder (Rock): A recently identified, orange rock near the confluence of most of the rough Hermania paths identified so far (all as yet unnnamed). Has ties to Second Life and virtual reality; acts as a portal rock.

The Point: Identified oblong rock at the tip of the peninsula known as Pencilinsula because of its pointy, pencil-like tree stubs (gnawed by beavers in past).

Drink Lake: Not marked on map, but represents all the blank area just to left of The Point and Pencilinsula, and where TILE Creek empties into before exiting at Drink Lake Dam or Spillway to complete its journey to The New.

Mars Tree: Still in development.


Reenter The TILE, 01

Pictures from Mars Beach just upstream from Pathfinder Rock. The parallel logs are possibly a natural occurence, or at least *I* didn’t place them like that.

This is a low beach close to the water, and when I first stepped onto the separated “arm” to the left here my foot sank a couple of inches into the sand. The main part of the beach (right) is, in contrast, solid ground or much more solid ground.

Looking further upstream from Mars Beach. No realistic way to make a legitimate path of any kind through here to get to nearby TILE Falls, even though it’s only about 20 meters beyond. As was reinforced this day of hiking and pondering, the only shorter path that can be made to TILE Falls and Hermania must come from downstream and not upstream.

Interesting larger rocks laying atop the bed of smaller ones on Mars Beach. Is there some hidden message here in their relative positions?

Closeup of a larger Mars Beach rock.

Picture of Whole Tree at the center of Hermania from Mars Beach. It’s right in the center of the photo; so close yet so far as well.

Pathfinder Rock through the rhododendrons on the bank above. A classic Hermania shot in my estimation.

I’m going to keep the two photos below together and the write the text here concerning the second: Notice the same birch tree continues from the bottom of the first to the top of the second, but reverses in the process. In the first we’re looking toward the creek (and Pathfinder Rock) and in the second away from it. The next time I’m at Hermania I’ll have to see if I can duplicate that little trick. I shot the second not to create any kind of trick perspective like this, but to give evidence of continued beaver activity in the area, perhaps.

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Last night on this blog, Hucka D. and I spoke of what we’re now calling Long Path or Long Way, and how the woods are actually changing each time I visit Hermania to make this path more difficult to discern, seemingly. It’s almost as if the woods are closing up around it, if that makes sense. Yet this day one of my goals was to attempt to trace Long Way from start to finish, perhaps finding a passage into Hermania itself from this downstream direction. I did manage to walk all the way to Jupiter Beach (see below) from Mars Beach, unfolding a very labyrinthine and remarkably difficult to follow (but still sketchily perceptible) “Long Way” in the process. Yet no shortcut was found into Hermania itself from this direction.

Below we have a small ridge on Long Way, as yet unnamed but situated above one of the two stream flows it crosses from Mars Beach to Jupiter Beach. These 2 streams also remain unnamed. This ridge is very difficult to get to, still, without damaging any live plants. And that’s one of my goals in creating Long Way: *don’t damage the living rhododendron especially, if possible*. This must be a so-called natural path, with only dead limbs removable to clear obstructions.

And we’re only about 1/3rd the way up Long Way here!

Same water flow, I believe.

Another “hill” that probably deserves a name, positioned between the two Long Way stream crossings. Larger and flatter than the first discussed just above. ‘Tween Hill? (because it is between the two streams) But that might easily degenerate into Twin Hill in the future, which would then be just adding mystification to the already fogged up Hermania.

More evidence of beaver activity more toward the upper end of Long Way. Not a lot of chewed trees like this in Hermania, but some still.

*Finally* I reach Jupiter Beach, representing perhaps the northern terminus of the Long Way — hard to tell still. Jupiter Beach is about the same distance from Hermania as Mars Beach, but in the opposite direction. Distance from Hermania to each: about 20 meters in my estimation. But normal distance doesn’t really mean that much in Hermania; it’s much larger groundside than how it would appear in GoogleEarth, say. Psychological space we’re talking about here.

Heading toward Hermania from Jupiter Beach, and encountering the bridge tree nearby again. I was happily able to trace this same day what I’m calling Short Way, the only practical path possible into Hermania from the outside world and following TILE Creek downstream from the bank to the north of Jupiter Beach.

To follow Short Way, you have to walk atop the rocks in TILE Creek for a number of meters in crossing from one side to the other just before encountering the log bridge pictured above. Below is a photo of a more interesting rock found in the creek at this point — bluer that the rest.


“Boris is no more…

… Hucka D. But I still have the Temple of TILE. 2 of ’em in fact.

Hucka D.:

Green being in both. Cool. Coolie I mean.

bb:

I think this is a good move. Focus should be on Hermania and the Great Outdoors as a whole. But Pietmond could return — Phaze 3.

Hucka D.:

To Hermania now[, though]. You have 2 beaches, north and south, equidistant from the centering Hermania. Yet only one (North) seems to allow access into Hermania. The other is locked/barred. Pathfinder Rock may not be a good name[ for it] after all.

bb:

But I mean it’s very obvious that these 2 beaches are twinned, north and south, and mark the basic north-south boundaries of Hermania itself. Or actually in terms of real directions this would be east and west. Let’s just, for now, call them Up Beach and Down Beach. I see them as red and blue.

Hucka D.:

True[ enough].

bb:

Red is Mars Beach, logically enough.

Hucka D. (offering name):

And then the other would be Jupiter Beach. True enough. Between them is Astra. Australa.

bb:

I’m tempted to call the longer, winding path on the lower side of Hermania the Long Path, logically enough. Every time I walk it it seems to become longer and more convoluted (!).

Hucka D.: As you have guessed, it is changing and hiding itself more each time you visit.

bb:

Long Path would start at Mars Beach or more specifically Pathfinder Rock just downstream from this beach.

Hucka D.:

That is correct.

bb:

But there is no quote unquote short path leading from Mars Beach directly to Hermania here, although I’ve hiked through the brush to reach it from this beach twice now. Instead Short Path, the legitimate path, comes from the direction of the *other* equidistant beach of Jupiter. That’s the only really practical way to Hermania — one way in and one way out basically.

Hucka D.:

Basically. [Other] things may open up. The woods keep changing — hard to keep up.

bb:

Long Path crosses two legitimate flows of water, as yet unnamed.

Hucka D.:

We can name Astra Beach, though.

bb:

OK, we can do that. It’s the beach at Hermania I’m assuming. A smaller one that either Mars or Jupiter but still a beach.

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

So this is like the hikers heading from Jupiter Beach toward Hermania (blue) and then from Mars Beach to Hermania coming from the opposite direction. Only one, for *now*, is correct.

Hucka D.:

Very good. Astra is also 7 Stones. 7 asteriods perhaps.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Largest_asteroids#Largest_by_diameter

bb (contining this thought):

Whole Tree must be a representation of the 7 stones as well, Hucka D. Like the 7 whole tones I suppose.

Hucka D.:

Nice.

bb:

Since the 7 whole tones are all white keys, is this Spectre[, Alabama] Hucka D.?

[no answer]

bb:

Where are the sharp and flat keys, then?

[no answer]

bb:

I think I know. Stick Stack, pheh.


Norris is…

… Carcassonne is herself in Siliconicus. That’s what she doesn’t like. It’s cold there. Colder. She is not in her emerald green coccoon. She is not in Boris.

bb:

Thanks for starting Hucka D. So the focus now should be on the Nautilus continent.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Let’s look at that map.

http://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2012/01/16/42396/

bb:

Perhaps the answer lies in Upper Austra, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

We know… sorry.

bb:

We know that the center of Lower Austra is Astra, like the planet destroyed to form our asteriod belt.

Hucka D.:

*Your* asteriod belt. Not mine.

bb:

OK. Then, Upper Austra must be outside…

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Hucka D.:

Pull it up for real, then superimpose.


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valles_Marineris

bb:

The system [Nautilus Continent archipelago] tells the true story of Mars and Astra?

Hucka D.:

Yes (!)

bb:

Carcasonne is Tippy?

Hucka D.:

Um…

bb:

What of Yd Island?

Hucka D.:

From the direction of Linden Lab, the Kingdom of the Mariner is the first landmass of Nautilus to form. From Lemon Lab’s perspective, it is the last. Yd Island being first, of course.

bb:

So that goes along with Astra being before Mars. But something was before Astra.

Hucka D.:

As 1 comes before 2.

bb:

Then it was, um, all projected into the Valley of Nye separating Nautilus from Cosica.

Hucka D.:

When The Beetles were invited to stay with Ruuster in his castle, the Mars-Astra link was explained, and also Yd Island. Lemon was riveted. Marty remained protective and sceptical.

bb:

He didn’t want to leave the WES virtual reality on Jeogeot. Like Carcassonne doesn’t want to leave Jeogeot.

Hucka D.:

He was borrowed. He was plucked.

bb:

Kidnapped?

Hucka D.:

By Lemon. In a way. Lemon set up the alternate virtual reality. Jeogeot became off-center. Mars and Astra are revealed.

bb:

It looks like I must return to Norris tomorrow.

Hucka D. (correcting):

Today.

bb:

Right.

Hucka D.:

You must decide if the toys stay in Norris or if they are moved back to TILE Creek.

bb:

Norris is…

Hucka D.:

Mars.


TILE Creek Sunday, 01

This particular TILE Creek hiking day I decided to basically begin by walking the ridge at the northern edge of Great Meadow and Good Meadow above the stream, with some resulting chosen photos displayed below.

The Mmmmmmm’s ultra-famous and super-sacred First Tree centering this first related photo:

Nearby mysterious hole filled with orange-ish rocks. Unknown origin and meaning. Might need to go back here and take more pics.

Crest of the ridge now, with stacked sticks. By unknown hands again. That’s what the Mmmmmmm’s call Second Tree in the distance (fallen part of the trunk), with no remaining evidence present, as I subsequently checked, of former toy avatar residency.

Walking the ridge marking the northern edge of Good and Great Meadows, not surprisingly, soon led me into the woods for further adventures, eventually taking me to New Hope along the upper part of TILE Creek for a revisit. Interesting flow patterns in the creek here just below the famous New Hope rock outcroppings; worth a snapshot.

And then another shot of the famous outcroppings themselves, the “classic” New Hope photo angle looking upstream. I’ll have to make a map of this particular area as well. So much to potentially accomplish this spring!

Another New Hope shot, looking downstream from about the same spot as the above picture was taken. The large rock in the center remains unnamed for now.

Interesting tiny fissure cave unknown about before along the banks of TILE Creek in this location. I think I’ll call it Kneepad Cave. 🙂

The “Three Soldiers”, standing guard at the upper edge of The Wilderness separating New Hope from Jonesborough to the west. It is said upon reaching these 3 trees from the east that ancient avatar warriors were now “out of the wilderness” (i.e., safely back in New Hope). Keep in mind, however, that no battles have been fought between toy avatar factions in this “wilderness” for many centuries now, and perhaps even millennia.

Safety Rock near 3 Soldiers, with The Wilderness to the right here. Named for similar reasons; Ye Olde Nee Pad, quirky pub and home of an ancient and long dead New Hope sympathizer, is said to have been located somewhere around its base.


TILE Creek Sunday, 02

Signs of ancient avatar activity in the location of Rezz Rock below Jonesborough that I’ve never taken a photograph of until now. Not really sure what this is suppose to represent: ancient rocket graveyard?

Interesting piles of rocks along the stream just below Rezz Rock.

Nearby pipe stuck in ground. Or is it a historic entrance into an as yet undetected underground bunker of some sort?

TILE Creek’s “penguin in the creek” rock formation, admittedly not one of the more popular attractions in Herman Park but still worth a photo I felt.

Back in Hermania. *Very* queer thing now: I simply cannot for the life of me figure out how I managed to take this “Cat & Bunny” photo from the angle I did (!) All other efforts just result in “botched” photos such as the one below, where the cat and bunny in question (abnormalities in a dead tree, as I’ve discovered) remain much more hidden from view in intervening underbrush and basically unrecognizable as such. Instead, to take the clear cut picture linked to above it seems I would have to be floating a number of yards off the ground. Impossibility in other words! Given that the cat and bunny formation exits just above Mars Beach, can there be some kind of time/space warping we’re talking about here? I think we have to give strong credence to that possibility.

And certainly if so, we now have more strong evidence in the set of related photographs shown below. All feature Boris, the first spider I’ve personally seen in the young hiking season, prominently displayed on Hucka D.’s Iron Curtain separating Drink Lake from Hermania proper as I walked by it on the way to Mars Beach this blue sky day. Of course I had to take a number of photos of the conspiciously displayed arachnid, being just recently entwined in all of the Boris-spider-Mars weavings on the reinvigorated Synchronicity Phenomenon Forum. Just-Too-Odd.

But the oddest thing concerning this might not be that the 1st spider of the season, in effect, was displayed on a gate I’d already associated with spiders and Boris. No, its the “ufo” involved. Take a closer look at the below pictures (click to enlarge).

In this one there appears to be a bug hovering in the air above Boris…

In this one, shot just seconds later, the “bug” is still there, but has appeared to turn away from Boris as the spider makes his way back down from the top of the gate. Has some kind of communication been effected between the two?

Then here it looks like the “bug” is flying at a greater rate of speed, upwards and further away from Boris as the spider continues to move back down the gate.

But it’s the first photo of the gate above that really caught my eye. It appears we have what we’re calling The Bug present here again, but to the left of Boris now, and seeming to have some sort of jet stream coming out from behind it (detail below). This “stream” is directly in line with the apparently staring Boris to its right. According to my photograph numbers, this would be the first in the set of four above to be photographed, all coming in a few seconds of each other and effectively making a rough animation, then.

Honestly I still don’t know what to make of this. The Bug seems to be the exact same size and shape in all 4 photographs. This seems to indicate that it is far up in the sky instead of close to the spider, despite other evidence to the contrary. Does the “streaming” effect indicate some kind of initial contact between spider and bug/ufo? Is that why Boris then moved to the very tip top of the gate — to take a closer look or further the communication? Simply befuddling; is it instead something directly attached to the spider? (since the “jetstream” resembles a spider thread)

And when taking the photos, I didn’t see the bug/ufo at all. Doesn’t seem possible now. This was not at all high speed photography, then, just part of the run-of-the-mill digital shooting day for me. And how did this bug/ufo shift from the left to the right of Boris so quickly if these photographs came one after another???


TILE Creek Sunday, 03

Sticky outy rocks on Mars Beach that curiously seem to form pentagonal patterns when you play connect-the-dots.

Another curious rock found on Mars Beach — quite curious indeed. It appears to be what’s called a geode. I’ll present some more pictures soon; I actually took this one home for a closer inspection.

Mars Beach “pentagonal” rocks seen from approximately the angle of the (former) geode.

Looking the other way.

More interesting formations in the Mars Beach area, all concerning fallen or dead trees…

… including this spidery web formation on the inside of tree bark.

Let’s bring in Hucka D. to see if he has any comments here.

Hucka D.:

Mars Beach is Cydonia.

bb:

Interesting, Hucka D. (quoting from above article): “Cydonia may have been a coastal zone.”

Hucka D. (reinforcing):

Beach. Baker.

bb:

And the geode is the Face on Mars.

Hucka D.:

Correct. The central rock. Good to take home and study. Good to go.

bb:

Positioned there for me.

Hucka D.:

Yeah.

bb:

What else about Mars Beach?

Hucka D.:

Alignment.

bb:

The pentagon rocks?

Hucka D.:

Uh huh.

bb:

Does that stand in for the D&M Pyramid, similarly 5-sided?

Hucka D.:

Partly.

bb:

Other formations nearby?

Hucka D.:

Yes. You have not channeled any (additional) spirits in a while on this board, baker b. Do you want to try[ again]?

bb:

Why not.

Mars Beach Geode (MBG):

Old. Old, old, old. Painful old. Owl old. Old.

bb:

Let the old man have his way?

Hucka D.:

Why. Not.


Golden Way?

“There were two roads out of Ashton, a new one which was paved, and an older one that wasn’t. People didn’t use the old road anymore, and it had developed the reputation of being haunted. Well, Since I had no intention of ever returning to Ashton, this seemed as good a time as any to find out what lay down that old road.”

~ Edward Bloom, Big Fish

Got a good night’s rest last night for a change, Hucka D. (pause) Hucka? (pause)

Anyway, I went back to TILE Creek today after work and determined that the only way into Hermania from the south would be from Long Way, specifically a place I have proposed to call Tween Hill (name subject to quick chance). From Tween Hill you have to head across a boggy area to Stick Stack to get to Hermania, roughly in a straight line. To remind, Tween Hill is positioned be*tween* the two water flows Long Way crosses in its projected journey from the Mars Beach region to Jupiter Beach. I suppose in thinking about it the “hill” lies between the two perhaps oppositely polarized beaches as well.

Project: I must now likewise clear out all the sticks from Stick Stack, former an open area before I used it as a type of refuge dump for Hermania clearance (although the name may stay the same afterwards). For Long Way to enter Hermania from Tween Hill it must pass directly through Stick Stack.

And I have received my train track (!) — 24 pieces of 027 gauge that I’ll probably set up somewhere in this general area. My preliminary guess on the location is either in Hermania itself, resulting more in a circular track if so, or even running between Hermania and Tween Hill through Stick Stack, resulting in more of a straight line effect. Can’t wait to piece it together and take pictures.

So the more or less straight line path (projected) between Tween Hill and Hermania has been highlighted now.

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Hucka D.:

Stick Stack was a place of marbles of all colors. Color People they called them in Hermania.

bb:

Humanoid avatars in Hermania?

Hucka D.:

Yes. Herman.

bb:

I wonder if Hermania has its own poet laureate, like Spectre’s Norther Winslow?

Hucka D.:

Sits by the bog. Composing inept poems. Well… *I* liked them.

bb:

Mission Impossible to get to Hermania from Long Way, almost. Mission Improbable I meant.

Hucka D.:

56 again… sorry once more.

bb:

T’is all right. 56 again [5 and 6]:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Duck_Stab/Buster_%26_Glen

So the marbles were seen as a type of inferior people or avatars I mean…

Hucka D.:

… but they were indigenous to the area. That word again.

bb:

The Marbles, being divided into the 4 basic color groups, must have formed at least a rudimentary TILE religion.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Indeed.

bb:

Now the question is whether the Marbles were at Stick Stack or Tween Hill.

Hucka D.:

Maybe both.

bb:

And Mossmen were here.

Hucka D.:

Not native to the area[ though].

bb:

Mmmmmm’s coming from the Meadow Just above. From the direction of Meeting Rock, then.

Hucka D.:

Then.

bb:

King Bill in the area and his martin messenger.

Hucka D.:

That martin bug went everywhere. Some called it a bird but that was a degenerative term. ‘Nother one.

bb:

Some probably said he was an actual orange instead of an orange Mmmmmm.

Hucka D.:

Legend does that.

bb:

So Hermania was founded by Herman, a human toy avatar like Dirk Stew.

Hucka D.:

You must buy another Mossman.

bb:

And order more train track. To Etsy!

—–

It was during the Laughing Song that the people of Spectre knew they were in Astra really. ASHTON. The key is “Laughing Song” is 5th song of Duck Stab/Buster and Glen and “Bach is Dead” is 6th song. 5 and 6, like Astra and Jupiter are 5th and 6th planets. YOU’RE IN MY SONG. Bach being dead means Spectre is dead to Edward Bloom, who is leaving it via the, um, Short Way. LONG WAY IN SHORT WAY OUT. Bach is the attempt to catch the Big Fish, but that’s death, Hucka D. NOT.


TILE Creek, Thu-Sat

Latest news from TILE Creek:

The much anticipated development of Long Way stretching from Mars Beach to Jupiter Beach has been indefinitely postponed. Problem: too many plants are being trampled on in walking and planning the route. Hermania will instead always be reached, in all liklihood, via Short Way from the north, which officially starts at or around the oppositely polarized Jupiter Beach.

Despite this setback, I’ve decided to push forward with Hermania’s evolution, visiting just today. Unfortunately I didn’t get to stay long, as lightning and the threat of rain drove me home prematurely.

Below we have, at last, a halfway decent photo of the swan roaming Drink Lake lately that I’ve known about for several weeks perhaps. But the best picture of this particular week was missed on Friday when I returned to Mars Beach and this “Iron Curtain” fence to look out and immediately see a *two-headed swan* (!) Now this quickly resolved into two independent swans facing opposite directions whose bodies happen to be one behind the other when I first glanced at the lake through the chain links. True, I did take a number of snapshots, but, 1) I didn’t get the camera out of my bag and shoot in time to capture the *perfect* two-headed effect that I immediately saw, as the swans began to pull apart and swim in opposite directions, and, bigger issue, 2) I forgot to load my memory card this particular day. But nonetheless, the message had been delivered; I may be able to get into that more tonight as well.

The photo below comes from the rain shortened Saturday, when I built my first Hermania rock temple, a small affair made up of rocks I hauled in from the carriage road above where some digging had occurred. When I had passed them several days back, the rocks seem to indicate to me that they wanted to be a part of the Hermania project. Same for the string I placed top-center in the piling, found further down the same carriage road when hiking from the car. I thought the length of the string may also be important.

I even played around a little bit with the marbles I also carried to Hermania this day, finding a “perfect” fit for one of the several holes (actually 4, if I was counting correctly) in the twisting trunk of a mountain laurel bush right next to Hermania’s central Whole Tree. I interpreted this as Mars (red spherical planet), similarly determined to be the right fit for an exodus from the soon-to-be destroyed Astra or Astera, which may be the same as Indigo child Boris’ Proserpina.* But in reading the material again, see that Boris does not mentioned this exodus in particular, although it has been brought up by someone on the Synchronicity Phenomenon forum recently. Good enough I suppose. Do the other holes in the same bush trunk represent other planets, perhaps?

Hermania’s Whole Tree in relation to the newly placed temple. I also left a backpack full of recently purchased, old model train track at the base of the tree. Yes, it’s there now!

—–

* direct quote from “Life on Mars” site
http://talc.site88.net/mars.htm

When he was five years old he began to speak about a planet he called “Proserpina”, which was broken in bits by a cosmic disaster million years ago. It’s inhabitants where transported to the “fifth dimension”, a parallel world to our known dimension. Seen from Mars, Boriska did witness the destruction. He told earth is a conscious living being who took care for the children of Proserpina to educate them. At the moment there will be born children who will be able to recognise this planet, and feel themselves “alien”. Sometimes they meet each other in dreams.


H.H.H. Dobie

“The hole in the tree is the “y” of Tyle, Hucka D.”

Hucka D.:

Thank you for starting tonight, baker b. You better return to the Sync Phenom Board — you need its energy. You need energy.

bb:

Who is Alab?

Hucka D.:

One who clears. Did you like my appearance at the fence?

bb:

You were the bug? Quote unquote?

Hucka D.:

Yes. But I pretended like I was a spider for Boris. Freaked him out a bit, although he’s use to strange sights living at that lake. Like two-headed swans.

bb:

So the Oliver, Wisconsin picture here was a tip-off that the bug was you.

Hucka D.:

Yes. I lived in Oliver for 4 years. Nice, virtual reality, with a portal created to yet another one: Chesterton. It was pretty nice.

bb:

Why did you do that?

Hucka D.:

I told you (pause). And to be in your pictures of course so I could brag about it later. Now!

bb:

Just another run-of-the-mill Hucka Doobie sighting, then. Case closed.

Hucka D.:

Yeah.

bb:

But there’s that perspective trick you did.

Hucka D.:

Pull up the two headed birds and related collage please.

And while you’re in that folder, how about that double headed swan as well…*

Let me take a look at the whole now. (pause)

The fish coming out the bird’s mouth in collage and painting is the UFO you saw — me. Even has it’s own attached line like I created. You looked at the ufo and thread coming from it like you look at the fish and “thread” in the collage. Of course the two-headed swan was a tip-off to come back and take a gander at this particular collage for clues.

With this new information, you can now place the tea cup on the fork held by Irwin/Pierre in the foreground. You can conquer Renaissance-style perspective. Just like Ernst did.

bb:

There’s even a ufo in Ernst’s painting above the bird’s double head. Looks like a jug to me.

Hucka D.:

What does that mean?

bb:

Not sure. The Jug, West Virginia?

Hucka D.:

No I mean the conquering perspective part. The placing of the tea cup on the fork.

bb:

Something about marbles?

Hucka D.:

Yes!

—–

* This is not one of my own pictures but something pulled off the web; my sighting of a two-headed swan was actually more convincing.


TILE Creek, Sunday Again 01

Exploring a ridge above TILE Creek above Hermania and also Hidden Island, was surprised to come about some old goodmobiles strewn about the open woods.

Then just over top of the ridge found this further cache of much larger goodmobiles, the several in the below photo representing more intact varieties. Can goodmobiles get this large? Hucka D. has since indicted that indeed they can, and that The Bill, five in number, came from Allen Knob or the Allen Knob area in these vehicles in ancient times to found the community of Billfork on Fork Creek just to the west. Fascinating! Much more of Billfork or Bill’s Fork coming up.

Even the plants on the ridge seem to mimick the rusty appearance of the many goodmobiles there. Camouflage even?

Then we move to the open woods directly above Fork Creek itself (and upstream from Billfork as opposed to downstream for the ridge pictured above) to find more artifacts probably alien in origin. I know they look like old pots and dishes but they’re most likely not, judging from some of the other known oddities of this general area.

Smooth Rock at the lower end of the pseudo pots/dishes strewn region. Very smooth indeed; perhaps too much so? Was it polished for some reason? I believe, once again, Hucka D. wants to interject and energetic “yes!” here. But why? Is it to increase the albedo?

More pseudo pots on a ridge above Smooth Rock.

Then following the new ridge up to the edge of the rhododendron, I found something else this fine, blue day: a hatch. Seems eerily similar to LOST’s, and perhaps directly related in ways. Is it a monitoring station like LOST’s The Swan (keeping in mind the “two-headed” Swan downstream in Drink Lake)? Or perhaps (more likely?) an observation station like The Pearl?

What other frigg’n secrets is TILE Creek still keeping from me?? Wow.

Tile Creek, Sunday Again 02


TILE Creek, Sunday Again 02

We now pictorially explore Bill Fork or Bill’s Fork between the two areas already featured in part 1 of “Tile Creek, Sunday Again”, lying at the junction of Fork Creek and an as yet unnamed spring entering it from the west here. Forward Spring? (backwards from Spring Forward). Or maybe just Bill Spring, since, again in Hucka-speak, most landmarks in the area are named some variation of Bill by the original inhabitants (The Bill). Apparently they had almost a total lack of imagination. 🙂

Below we find a “flowery” appearing log actually covered with decay fungii — have to research what kind. To the right, just beyond the line of rhododendron, flows the spring talked about before. Further to the right would be found Fork Creek itself.

Nearby hole in the ground from which you can hear the head of the spring, despite no sign of surface water. Perhaps add it to the growing list of TILE Creek mysteries, then. I’ll probably tag this hole as well with a name. Billy Hole? The more I think about it the more I believe the spring is named Bill itself, and found inside this hole. Not a typical hole.


http://salvius23.blogspot.com/2010/05/was-lost-island-hit-by-comet.html
*

Small falls on Fork Creek probably marking a limit of Billfork on its western side.

Larger drop just downstream, with the main, discernable path into Billfork crossing its top. Billfork would mainly be found to the left here.

A slender rock leaning against the back of Bill Rock, the latter being the largest stone of Billfork by far, and which Bill Spring passes directly beneath on its way to Fork Creek.

And then Bill Rock itself, seen from the north. The waterfall pictured above would lie behind it as viewed from this direction.

Another quite amazing find this day: what I call the Lower Rock Garden within another tributary of Fork Creek not far north of Billfork, maybe even a part of the Greater Billfork Metro Area. I also found a complimentary Upper Rock Garden above it this day. The amazing TILE Creek finds certainly are continuing!

—–

* Quote from above (Nino the Mind-Boggler from “Everything You Know Is Wrong”)

Sending from his own mind to yours, here is Nino Savate with ‘A Psychic Minute.’

Can I say, hello? This is Nino the mind-boggler with Occult In Your Head. Today, let’s get into holes: The most mysterious, importantest and vaguest subject of them all.

The whole Earth might be called a hole, if you’re on the inside, looking out. And whole golden cities might be hid at the bottom of a bottomless pit. Even wholesome humans have holes, though we’re hardly whole at all. In fact, we’re wholly hole-y. As the Holy Book says in the Book of Holes, Chapter 1: ‘And they knew not their holes from an ass on the ground.’

Holes are positively attractive. Let’s go inside one and see… This is a typical hole. Not a hole in the wall, but a hole like a well. Well, well, what the Hell? That’s the sun at the center of the Earth, and that’s where this hole leads to. Heh-heh! What a nice, warm fire.

Next time, I’ll think to you about gravity, and its opposite, comedy. Until then, this is Nino saying, can I say, goodbye?


Herman Laurel in Mountainania

“So this was about seeing the ufo — you in fact — then turning around, as it were, and placing the marble in — what do we call that mountain laurel in Hermania, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

Alfred.

bb:

But really.

Hucka D.:

Bode’s Limb.

bb:

Better!

—–

bb:

Really am getting a lot of territory covered lately, at least in the TILE Creek area. But I haven’t re-explored the very head of the stream yet.

Hucka D.:

Scared?

bb:

Yeah. Think so.

Hucka D.:

You will see your own death?

bb:

Well, I don’t think so.

Hucka D.:

TILE Creek is rather a giant puzzle. The Hatch is a newest piece. Who lived there? Who used it?

bb:

I just don’t know yet.

Hucka D.:

Then the obvious former community of Bill’s Fork or Billfork. 3 marbles in a teacup on a fork. That’s the next step and where you turn around after seeing the ufo — me — at Drink Lake.

bb:

So in a way this is about taking away emphasis from Hermania. A bit at least.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Bill’s Fork is a focus now. On Fork Creek, primary tributary of TILE. Perhaps a TILE fork.

bb:

Hermania becomes more of a listening/watching station. Like Mars Beach. Like Pencilinsula. Like Hidden Island.

Hucka D.:

You are beginning to understand the complications of TILE Creek. NORRIS, now probably just norris, was a warm-up, although activities can continue there[ as well].

bb:

Bill’s Fork is where The Table will be built.

Hucka D.:

Perhaps.

bb:

Who are The Bill[, then]?


“Not much…

… time tonight Hucka D.”

Hucka D.:

You’ll get to the text for the latest TILE Creek posts tomorrow.

bb:

Yes.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Your turn.

bb:

Yes.

Hucka D.:

Go. Yes.

bb:

So I’m thinking the main community on Fork Creek is Billfork, formerly even Pitchfork perhaps. The Devil?

Hucka D.:

Bobby Knight, yes, but not Boddy.

bb:

So Peter comes into town… that’s kind of Coach K.

Hucka D.:

He holds Satan’s head in his hands.

bb:

The Bills are already there — 5 of ’em. All staring at the sky and the stars in the sky. Brazil. Night. Knight. Peter/Coach K has a handle on it. It is within his hands.

Hucka D.:

And that’s where the train track will be set up. Billfork. Bill’s Fork.

—–

Hucka D.:

The Bill, five in number, come to Pitchfork, a fork on a pitch or slope, and create Billville. They are clones. They are the same. They are 5 in 1 if not Foreign One.*

bb:

Are they like this[ then]?

http://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2012/03/12/tile-creek-sunday-03/

Hucka D.:

Yes. They called The Bill on The Fork a home base. They were 5 in number and were the Foreign Ones. Peter came into town holding the 4th: Satan. They were 5.

—–

Hucka D.:

There was a split in the rails. Two rails, two paths. One led to synchronicity and fun and the other led to non-synchronicity and serious stuff and all. Between them was The Truth. Between them was Don.

bb:

Hmmm.

Hucka D.:

And Peter. Peter and Don.

bb:

Double hmmm.

Hucka D.:

Don [and Peter] descended descended descended into the Greenup Vale to the Martin Mound or Knob. Created the 1st Animation they did. Martin, North Carolina and Martin, Kentucky. Martin-Allen. It was all set up. This was 5 and 6 together to make 1. One Animation. Martin to Martin. Knob to Knob. Allen. Martin. Allen. Martin.

bb:

So, let’s see, The Bill came from Allen Knob?

Hucka D.:

Martin Knob. But: Yeah.

bb:

Peter holds the secrets of Martin in his hands. Martin’s eyes, Martin’s apple. Martin.

Hucka D.:

They numbered 5. A 32 and a 1 and a 1 and a 1 and another 1. Peter was the 6th. 5 and 6.

bb:

Peter was the First Animation. Martin. Or he knew the secret behind the first animation. He knew The Knob.

Hucka D.:

Correct. (pause)

—–

Hucka D.:

Your only reader had to sneeze and blow her nose at that point so I paused.

bb:

Thanks.

Hucka D.:

You have 2 paths or rails to choose from. You have chosen Path of Synchronicity Science. This is the [founding of] Bill. Billville but instead Billfork. Everthing is named Bill within the town. You have Bill Rock, you have Bill Spring and Bill Fork[ or Bill’s Fork]. At the center of the town is the stack of diamond rings, three illuminated. These are the 3 Diamonds of Coast to Coast. The Bill go inside.

bb:

Hmmm again.

Hucka D.:

They follow the stream inside. Under the rock. Get it?

bb:

The rock is a diamond.

Hucka D.:

Yes (!)

bb:

Billrock is a Diamond. Bill’s Diamond.

Hucka D.:

That’s correct my fine sir.

bb:

Diamond, eh.

Hucka D.:

You know that now anyway.

bb:

Bilfork is about the balancing of three rocks or marbles, green, red and blue. To combine to make 1 white.

Hucka D.:

Lemon liked it because it was a perfect fit, like the Mars marble in the Bode’s Limb. And Lemon drew in The Bill[ as I stated repeatedly before]. They are green. Pink Floyd is blue. But this is also coast to coast, so Pacific, Middle, Atlantic. The Diamonds are the Pacific, Great Lakes, and Atlantic. Great Lakes are Middle. LSD. Diamonds.

bb:

Why did The Bill come to Billfork[ from Allen Knob]?

Hucka D.:

To investigate TILE. They set up listening and learning stations. Like The Hatch. Like the one at Hidden Island. Listening and learning all the time.

—–

Hucka D.:

So that’s where *you* come in. You observe the two-headed swan and the bee-bug and the spider at the wall-fence. You attach it to collage 10[ of the Greenup series]. You know the red marble is placed in Hermania. But now you see further, all the way to Billfork. The marble is one of 3 of red, green and blue persuasion. Hermania was a listening station. For The Bill.

—–

Hucka D.:

Then you learn to channel through the Billfork Core Diagram of 8 octagon elements with a 9th set free. This is Martin[ as well]. BDB.

greenup12collage1

Then the mysteries of Frank and Herman Park, and why Herman park is awake with eyes wide open while Frank remains asleep. This is the mystery of 6 and 7 and the 1 between them. The 1, of course, is TILE. TILE awakens is the logical conclusion. Billfork is born.

greenup13collage

bb:

Quite fascinating, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Then a new element: Trumann. True Man in the center. Beyond Herman? Perhaps. At least to some.

greenup14collage

Trumann is a politician. He waves a lot. He shakes hands with babies and kisses mothers. He is Bill as well.

bb:

First human avatar, Hucka D.?

Hucka D. (not directly answering):

He throws things in and kills them and then you have to rescue. Like the Synchronicity Phenomenon board now.** Have you saved it yet?

bb:

Not my choice.

Hucka D.:

Oh it is. You must pull diagonally to his horizontal. That’s what Don wants. Table.

greenup16collage

bb:

If so, I think the hole here that the flaming cars or car dive into is the hole of Inland Empire and Everything You Know is Wrong at once. It heads to Russia, where they are studying the Studier of Holes.

Hucka D.:

But you have to get past the fire at the center of the Earth.

bb:

Trumann here may be the geode rock I found on Mars Beach and who we just talked to — was it yesterday? Maybe day before.

Hucka D.:

Trumann discards and says everything in the past is unnecessary. You say otherwise and try to save or *do* save by pulling diagonal to his vertical and horizontal. Death is conquered.

greenup17collage

bb:

So I am Dewey here.

Hucka D.:

Yes and no. (smiles). You are winner and loser at once. Two places at once.

bb:

Dewey then becomes Herman. 2nd. To Trumann I mean.

greenup18collage

Hucka D.:

The only thing left is to head back to the center of the valley and begin again. Reset.

greenup19collage

bb:

We’re back.

greenup20collage

greenup01collage2

—–

* Hucka D. also indicates to me that they also saw the fork as a spoon (that often stirs and causes murkiness to a formerly clear state), They even knew this spoon came from Mars Beach and was trapped in another pentagonal situation there. Spoon changing to fork frees the red, green, blue and also allows knife to enter the picture as a healing utensil. Obviously related, then, to Frank Park’s Spoon Fork as well, cross at its source before being calmed.

** Currently there is debate on the Synchronicity Phenomena Yahoo group whether to change the name to Voices From Other Realites, which I have openly opposed.


Hidi Pluto Lodi

The path of First Rail. Over top of Bill Spring or The Bill (again!). Runs from Hidi (top) to Lodi (bottom). Middle is not Midi but Pluto per Mississippi. Pluto is first settlement of The Bill, later renamed. The rail changed too.

The names Hidi and Lodi remain in the area.

http://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2008/06/23/tile-talk-work-in-progress/

http://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2008/06/15/mmmmmms-homeground/


THOUGHTS: TOY AVATARS: MARBLES

MARBLES:

Originally from Key Rock. Linked Blue Mountain County and Bridee directly together through Denville (7 Devils > Den of parent’s home). Key Rock and Castle Rock make 12 or 13:1 relationship. This is also dimensionalizing, like with Bridee and Blue Mtn. County (through intermediary of Federation).

Key Rock on Castle Ridge is exactly parallel to the house key if Bridee = Blue Mtn. County. Faskinating.

Key Rock was probably main link between the two, then.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pineville,_West_Virginia

http://web.archive.org/web/20091215095245/http://www.fakerock.com/sizes.htm

Pineville was settled by William Short in 1853.

In 1863, Hiram Clay first settled near the site of present Pineville. The community was once called Castlerock, and the post office there was once named Rock Castle. The town was renamed Pineville for the local pine forest and incorporated as a town under that name in 1907.[4] It was named because it was built on the site of a black or pitch pine forest.

It became county seat in 1907, replacing Oceana after a series of disputed elections. Castle Rock, the towering sandstone formation for which Rockcastle Creek is named, is located at Pineville and is the major local landmark. The Wyoming County courthouse is on the National Register of Historic Places.[4]

and

Pineville is located at 37°34′59″N 81°32′7″W (37.582925, -81.535302)[5].

According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 0.8 square miles (2.0 km²), all land.

Many subdivisions or outer areas are considered part of Pineville, including Key Rock, New Richmond, Skin Fork, Mullensville, Glover, Wolf Pen, Rock View, and others, but the town limits are much smaller than the area considered part of Pineville. Unique in the county school system, Pineville’s secondary school had no feeder schools. Only after the county’s population declined sharply in the 1990s did consolidation and closure of the Glen Rogers High School cause students who attended elementary school outside of Pineville to attend middle or high school in Pineville. Further consolidation ended the town’s high school, which was consolidated with Mullens High School to form Wyoming East High School. Students from the catchement areas of the former Herndon, Glen Rogers, Mullens, and Pineville High Schools attend this high school.

http://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2009/10/23/key-rock-castle-rock/

The 2 variant names of Keyrock, WV near Pineville (only US Key Rock or Keyrock) are Key Rock and Castle.

We also know that key, besides representing a house key, is like a tone key of a piano, like middle C. As such it is connected to Second Life’s Rubisea or red C or middle C (C is a red key in chromagraphic terms). 12 or 13 keys make up a chromatic scale, like Blue Feather Sea is 12 or 13 to Rubisea’s 1. But in this case blue feather came from Blue Drake (Blue Drake is sim Rubisea found in, along with Lycanthrope).

http://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2009/10/15/17727/

Marble avatars and Third Life:

http://uncyclopedia.wikia.com/wiki/Third_Life

Questions:

How did the Marbles get to Frank/Herman Parks from Key Rock on Castle Ridge? Spaceships? Walking/rolling?

Another “rock” took them there?

Did they see Key Rock as a giant marble?

Make pictures of my marbles, including Big Blue Eye, Bob Underston, etc. Look for marbles on etsy and ebay.

http://users.aristotle.net/~russjohn/washmon.html

Key Rock in that fake rock article above is 12x as small as marble taken from Marble Falls to Washington DC to insert in Washington Monument.

Think of possible relationship between Castle Ridge’s Key Rock and Billrock of Billfork, assoc. with a Diamond and Coast to Coast concept.

Did marbles instead come from Billrock? Did The Bill attract The Marbles to Billfork and give them a home around Billrock? Did they attract them through the marble races and attached scrying techniques?

http://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2009/10/31/caught-up-review/

http://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2010/02/24/loose-thoughts-again-3/


First in a series of videos concerning toy avatars.

Bossmoss, cousin of Mossman, which can probably be interpreted as cousin of Gene Fade the Mossman in all those Salad Bar Jack action-adventure movies.

http://www.retrocrush.com/100monsters/98.html

Cool thing: Freakies and their tree have been “spotted” in Second Life:

http://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2010/02/28/we-better-start-hucka-d/

http://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2010/08/02/roamings/

Bottom Line: Boss Moss also entered Second Life like Gene Fade but for more mysterious purposes, perhaps just to re-create the Freakies trees there, with perhaps disastrous results. The tree’s cereal, if we can even call it that in a virtual sense, turned out to be cursed and turn the Freakies themselves into (colorful) trees. Was Boss Moss spared? Does he still roam virtual reality looking for his fellow Freakies, perhaps insane at the same time?

The Freakies of Second Life lived on top of one of the humps of Mt. Jeogeot, with Mossman/Gene Fade perhaps occupying the second.

Linked videos:


Part 2 (logical next choice): Mossman (Moss Man)

This is not the Moss Man I presently own but the video provides a sort of backstory. Not of my Mossman again, but from the He-men universe. Mine’s different. 🙂

This one *is* mine, physically speaking:

Questions:

How many Mossmen are there in Frank and Herman Parks? It is known there were a Big Lot of them at one time, but that term is ambiguous. Do any still live on the now verboten Grandaddy Mountain? Mossmen worship Rock Gods above all; mineral above vegetation. Why? What is famous actor Gene Fade’s relationship with other Mossmen?

We do know of another Mossman, a greener variety from the “Art 10×10” (Jasper 09).

https://bakerbloch.wordpress.com/2009/03/02/jasper-09-collage/

A number of Mossmen appear in the 10×10, and probably help further their story within Frank/Herman Park parameters.

https://bakerbloch.wordpress.com/category/toys/mossmen/


“It seems… (Mossmen 02)

… like this is the first post of the BB Blog to delve in more detail about the Mossmen culture, Hucka D.”

http://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2008/09/01/mossman-gene-fade-and-salad-bar-grassy-knoll-visit-mossmen-homeland/

[no answer]

And then this same fall the Mossmen story was enlarged through Mocksity, discovered in early October, 2008 Hucka D.

Grassy and Gene Fade, the only named Mossman still, visited Mocksity like they did Moss Most several weeks prior. I didn’t generate any text for those set of posts, unfortunately. I wonder what really happened there now?

http://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2008/10/12/mocksity-this-time-w-mossman-grassy-er-salad-bar-jack/

Mocksity turned out to be deeper than Moss Most in terms of story, Hucka D. I believe you would indicate this is where the culture matured a step further — invited a whole forest to, er, join in its experiments. Broken off bit of Frank Park, a mixture of Real Life and Second Life framed through the standard sim, the atomic building block of the Second Life landscape.

An important Fall occurred there.

I found that broken off bit of Frank Park impenetrable for hiking and exploring purposes.

Then here we have some backstory for Gene Fade himself, supposedly born at this Jupiter Rock not too awfully far from Mocksity.

http://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2009/01/11/loose-thoughts-chatting/

And he worked at nearby Notherton, perhaps selling some kind of sports caps at a 5 sided mall in this larger Mossman community.

And then comes the first post concerning the generation of the Wheeler-Jasper series of the 10×10, its last. As I stated before, more clues coming from that direction most likely about the nature of these beings.

http://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2009/01/23/benwheelerworld/

Hucka D.:

Then they uncovered the RIVER portal system. They didn’t create it, though. Hi to you tonight, baker b.

bb:

Hi Hucka D. Who did if they didn’t? The Bill?

Hucka D. (after a pause):

They [Mossmen] used [the system], though.

bb:

How did they get to Whitehead Crossing, for example. Through the RIVER portals?

Hucka D.:

Yes. Unquestionably.

bb:

We have a large gap from 2009 to 2011 where not much was said about the Mossmen culture, at least in comparison. Although a small development occurred here

http://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2009/11/30/tired-maybe-not/

and then the first discussion of Meeting Rock, where Mossmen negotiated a philosophical treaty with other toy avatars

http://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2010/02/24/loose-thoughts-again-3/

Hucka D.:

You can really date all this from the Meeting Rock meeting and not the Frank Park material. Herman Park is really where it all starts.

bb:

Thanks for that. (pause) And then some more backstory here

http://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2010/11/19/loose-notes-toy-avatars/

We should probably talk about how Gene Fade created Karoz in Second Life, an avatar he hoped would be able to safely walk the ultra-sacred Grandaddy Mountain by his virtual (ie, non-physical) nature.

Hucka D.:

Gene Fade came to Second Life. It was a grant project[ we’ll say]. He sired Karoz Blogger through Gypsy Purse, also in Second Life form. He could accomplish this, for one thing, because he was a rich man due to all that income from those Salad Bar Jack movies. But then he couldn’t get Karoz back out of Second Life and into Real Life. Karoz became independent from Gene Fade and attached himself more to Peter and Sunklands. He was suppose to mature then come back. He was raised in Norum. Sapphire was suppose to send him back. But then Linden Lab came and the toy avatars were forgotten, even erased. Karoz became independent of creator Gene Fade.

bb:

Why did Karoz believe he was from Chilbo, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

Because he was according to his false memories, implanted at birth. He felt Sapphire wasnt’ telling him his true origins. She wasn’t of course, but not for those reasons. He was a unique creation of Norum, as was Sapphire. He turned from her precious Aquamarine into rebellious Aqua Teen. (pause)

bb (after another pause):

Well… let’s just leave all that alone for now. The whole Karoz thing. We know that Mossmen ultimately reached Whitehead Crossing at the base of Allen Knob. They must have thought of Green Stream (tributary of RIVER) as sacred, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Oh yeah.

bb:

Maybe it was a natural, final destination, like the Salt Lake region for the Mormons.

Hucka D.:

Read further.

bb:

Did Michael Too know about the Mossmen?

Hucka D.:

Yes! He saw them on occasion. Understandably they freaked him out. He did not and could not understand that they came from you, and put the proverbial two and two together. No, that’s what drove him away (!)

bb:

New territory here, Hucka D. Maybe dangerous. Not sure I can believe that.

Hucka D.:

No. He was driven away by something else, true. But wouldn’t it be neat if he actually saw the Mossmen on occasion [like I just made up]?

bb:

Perhaps. Probably. Not sure. Don’t want to scare him. You can’t talk about what actually drove him away can you?

Hucka D.:

Not at this time. You might as well say it was the Mossmen that did[, then].

bb:

I found Michael Too in the woods originally just after exploring Green Stream, Hucka D. (pause) So again according to my notes, Mossmen knew about the power of Gray Rock, which is the same as Jeogeot.

Hucka D.:

By this time, Granddaddy Mtn. and Karoz was shrouded in Myst of forgotten times. Jeogeot Rock or just Georock was a way to remember. One thing on top of another thing, the original. The theme now was toy avatars, and the humanoid forms were just about to be born. Whitehead Crossing is where all that happened. And Mossmen’s first introduction to The Bees through Greenhead.

bb:

Very, very interesting. Thanks for that story. And what of [nearby] norris?

Hucka D.:

Interaction of Michael Too and Mossmen. He built the temple for them (!)

bb:

The big one — was suppose to be a Mossman Temple.

Hucka D.:

*Was* a Mossman Temple. They actually lived there. OK, that’s another lie. But it isn’t in another way.

bb:

We’ll drop that[ subject], then. So was the first humanoid toy avatar really called Herman?

Hucka D.:

Yes. A whole second park was developed for it by Whitehead The Creator. This is of course Herman’s Park, now your Herman Park. The Mossmen knew nothing of this park before then.

bb:

More new development. Where do The Bill come in?

Hucka D.:

The Bill were more living dolls than toys. 5 in number they were. They were at Whitehead Crossing. They were at Allen’s Knob. They came in spaceships — goodmobiles. Then they moved to newly created Herman Park to develop TILE, the final stream. The ultimate stream.

bb:

Were The Bill created by Whitehead as well?

Hucka D.:

Yes. (pause)

bb:

Did they…

Hucka D.:

They created the first Mmmmmmm’s. From the genes of Mossmen, or a particular Father Mossman: Gene Fade. Appropriately named, then, don’t you think?

bb:

More new territory! I guess that’s one possible reason why the Mossmen and Mmmmmmm’s seem so oppositely polarized. They are two sides of one coin.

Hucka D.:

Mossmen lived impossibly long. Mmmmmmm’s improbably short. Humanoids were in the middle. Mmmmmmmm’s were not really so much created by The Bill as revealed, because they too were always there. They were Meadow Experiments.

bb:

Was Peter one of The Bill?

Hucka D.:

He was the one who held the secrets of Allen Knob in his hands, which is also Martin Mysteries. He knew of First Animation which took The Bill to Herman Park[ in the first place].

bb:

That was the name: First Animation.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Green Stream was Green Stream for that reason. I was there (!)

bb:

Allen Knob, through First Animation, was equalized with TILE Creek. Two became one.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Two became one. We better end.

bb:

Thank you.


Pluto

“It might be wet early on tomorrow but the past several Sundays have been my big picture taking opportunities, Hucka D.”

Hucka D.:

Hi. You wish to talk about Pluto?

bb:

Yes. Was it the end of Second Life? (pause)

Hucka D.:

You will start tomorrow[ with Pluto]. You will see the progression. Grassy is born.

bb:

The Bill created Pluto.

Hucka D.:

Any more writing will just confuse the reader or readers without picture backdrops.

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I’ll continue without Hucka D. for a while. Pluto is the original community of Billfork, a small settlement which later became the Old Towne of the larger Billfork (Pitchfork?). Pluto is the birthplace of Grassy Noll, perhaps the 1st Mmmmmmm. Thus it is the b-place of that civilization itself. I’m on to something here. The beginning of the history of the Applachian Trail starts at Grassy aka Oglethorpe. Oglethorpe is a Plutonian. The shift of the name Grassy to Oglethorpe in 1930 corresponds to the discovery of Pluto. Somehow The Bill knew of Oglethorpe, the Ancient — as through a telescope. If Oglethorpe then also Emory. 2 bushes chanced upon, hi and lo. The Billrail is like the Appalachian Trail. It is the same as the Bill Spring. Billy Spring. It starts up high and ends up low. Hilo; Hidi and Lodi.

http://ultra-renaissance.com/athf.shtml

http://kingofpluto.blogspot.com/

http://plutophilosophy.blogspot.com/


Grassy Isle

Birthplace of Grassy?


Probably time…

… to re-examine Donnie Darko.

http://www.donniedarko.org.uk/alternative-explantions/

http://www.themoviegoer.com/donnie_darko.htm

http://www.flicksnshows.com/archive/index.php/t-8665.html

http://ruinedeye.com/cd/

and

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Think_We%27re_All_Bozos_on_This_Bus

http://thehighhat.com/PopsClicks/004/firesign_theatre.html

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Hucka D.:

Billfork is where you matured as an explorer-artist. Billfork is where Real Reality uses Second Reality as a tool rather than bending to its will (see: Pietmond). Second Reality becomes more a theatre set for the First. You can have questions.

bb:

Hucka D., it’s apparent or a strong theory that Billfork pulled a Whole Greenup. Analyzing the Greenup series provides the history of Billfork… the relationship with the Synchronicity Phenomena Board. Everything at that time and moment.

Hucka D.:

3 marbles in a teacup to make 1 marble. White. Billfork. Diamond. Billfork.

bb:

How to tap into the energy of the Billrock.

Hucka D.:

Purification. Association. Unification.

bb:

Eye?


Billfork Again, 01

Most specific site where Billy Spring occasionally spills into Fork Creek during heavier rains. I’ve not witnessed the water conjunction yet, only this different colored soil that identifies where it happens at times.

Nearby, interesting rock, as yet unnamed.

This one, only a couple of meters away and downstream, I’ve decided to call Astrology Rock for the moment, since the central patterns vaguely resemble astrological symbols to me at least. As w/ the great majority of pictures on this blog, you can click on it to produce an enlarged version.

Another interesting rock formation in the immediate area, this time forming a type of bank at the bottom of one of the several, small cascades on Fork Creek as it passes through Billfork. I’ll have to get a name for each of these cascades asap.

Same cascade. The Billy Spring-Fork Creek “conjunction” pictured at the top of this post forms just behind it.

Astrology Rock (center) through the rhododendron.

Then we move up Billy Spring itself to reach “Pluto”, the perceived center of Billfork at this point in time, along with Billrock. I’ve actually created a rough Billfork map that I’ll hopefully blog about tonight, giving a better perspective of how all these things/places relate space-wise.

Not really much to look at in the below photo, I know, but this space, this “Pluto”, is projected to be the site of some sort of toy happening in the near future, just as I actualized in Hermania yesterday with the Hermania Marble Race. Fantastical fun! And the Pluto happening will probably be larger and more funner, and perhaps more long term as well (I took down the Hermania Marble Race track only an hour or so after erecting it — though it can be set up fairly quickly again in the same location if desired).

Interesting tent effect formed by the dangling limbs of what is probably the largest Pluto hemlock.

Two more hemlocks exist beside it, but both are dead in contrast and have at least part of their tops broke off now. They form what I’m thinking will be the main entrance into Pluto, acting as twinned pillars, in effect, on each side of this gateway. Like these, perhaps.*

Looking through this percieved gateway from the opposite direction, over top of an unnamed piece of quartz stone.

The slightly larger of the two pillars (as we’re calling them) with the crest of emerald green Grassy Isle viewable in the background.

Interesting isolated tree (Carolina hemlock I believe, as opposed to the Eastern hemlocks described above) in Billy Spring next to Pluto.

Dead tree above Billrock seeming to welcome visitors with open arms.

Top of Billy Spring, with the spring itself still mostly underground here.

And I close this particular post with another shot of the “hatch” found on a ridge above Billfork, first featured in this 3/19/12 blog post. I just stuck a camera through the small opening on one edge of the hatch itself to create these photos. There’s *no way* I’m going down in there even if I could, with the looks of that spider web to the right. No way; not worth it.

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* See also the High Priestess of the Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot deck.


Hermania Marble Race

Tons of fun setting this up. I call it the Hermania Marble Race, likely the stuff of legend in the long run even if it is surpassed in scope by other toy happenings this year, a probable threshold coming up soon.

More on the red/green/blue marbles pictured below in association with Collage #11 of the Greenup series in the “Marbled” post just above.

The race track for the event was made up of 22 separate pieces, 12 curved and 10 straight, forming this asymmetrical layout roughly running from Whole Tree down to the sandy area forming Hermania’s beach region, as it were. Whole Tree is center background.

Whole Tree to the right now. The rocks used to prop up the track and ensure a downhill slope for participating marbles came from this Hermania rock temple built only about a week before. Destiny; in-the-books.

The biggest turn in the track comes here, around a dead rhododendron. After this it’s a long, straight downhill shoot to the sandies. Notice that two parts of the track don’t quite meet here — I ran out of pieces that fit together. However, overall the marbles seem to have had little problem jumping this gap as long as a certain alignment stayed true.

Racing marbles, two different red ones, heading downhill.

This one didn’t quite make the finish line. Well, a lot of ’em didn’t. 🙂

A very interesting side story to the race was the strange resonance between the twisting trunk of Hermania’s dominant mountain laurel and the similar twists of the train track just below, issuing from Whole Tree.

But from this particular angle we instead see the twisting track as almost a straight line.

And this particular picture should also be entered into the still growing and evolving Hermania weird-o photo gallery, it seems, because we have a mysterious red glint in the background just above the track and below the aforementioned mountain laurel trunk. I’ve enlarged this glint in the second picture below; hopefully you can see it. Hucka D. has subsequently identified this glint with the planet Mars, seen as a reddish star from our Earth. Yes, he’s insinuating that this “star” appears superimposed on a Hermania tree log instead of in the sky where it is suppose to be (!) Is it more Hucka D bibble-babble or, oppositely, one of his spot-on truths? The glint can certainly can be described as “mysterious” whatever, and nothing like it is seen in any of the other multitudinous photos I took this same day.

Great shot of the similar twisty-turny train track and mountain laurel.


Marbled

bb:

Amazing day, Hucka D. Marbles races and all.

Hucka D.:

As you have guessed, the woods enjoyed it. They were laughing. You have made peace with them. The marbles and equality period have been restored. This is redemption.

bb:

Thanks for that, Hucka D. Now that I have quote unquote cleared Hermania I can focus on Billfork.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Billrock.

bb:

I like the comparison of these two pictures and the red, green, blue marbles.

Hucka D.:

They are the same picture.

bb:

Well, there *are* the marbles for certain — red, green, blue — and then the train track on the golden helix inside the 3 birds to the right, also red, green blue. The birds I mean.

Hucka D.:

It is exactly the same. The fish at the bottom of the spiral represents the missing color, or the color that all combine to make: white[ or clear]. Diamond. You start at [the bird’s head] and end at fish. Air to water.

bb:

The helix with the train track spiraling down it being the same as the Hermania Marble Race (HMR) created just today.

Hucka D.:

Obviously. You are still following the flow of the Greenup series in your recent explorations, baker b.

bb:

Perhaps, then, it’s important that the three marbles in the collage are at the same level horizontally as the fish.*

Hucka D.:

The progress from [Byrd] to Fish represents the marble race itself and its top and bottom. Period.

bb:

Art in the woods. (pause) Now with my practice run at Hermania [over] I move to Billfork. The train track has been moved to Billfork even today. It’s at Billrock.

Hucka D.:

They are one now[ true].

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bb:

Oh, and the red glint in that one photograph, just below the prominent mountain laurel trunk in the compound.

Hucka D.:

Mars itself (!) As you have also already guessed.

bb:

So instead of seeing the red planet in the sky I saw it on the log here. Bizarre if true.

Hucka D.:

It’s true. It’s just below where you inserted the “Martian” marble about a week back now.**

bb:

Things are moving very fast.

Hucka D.:

Yeah. Next up is Billfork.

bb:

I’ve thought about the marble race in Billfork today as well, when taking the train tracks there. In this former post I’ve theorized that Pluto, quote unquote again…

Hucka D.:

Quote unquote.

bb:

… is not in the middle of the race but the start of the race.

Hucka D.:

True. It is Hidi[ instead]. Phase 2.

bb:

And then Lodi is actually the clear spot in front of the Billfork Rock or Billrock as we’re calling it I suppose.

Hucka D.:

Billrock is the diamond at the bottom of the track.

bb:

But then the track could even extend beyond Billrock or *through* it all the way to Fork Creek just beyond.

Hucka D.:

A little beyond. A long distance for a marble[ though]. (smiles)

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bb:

Billy Spring seems to be the same as the marble race.

Hucka D.:

That’s next!

bb:

Thanks!

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* The picture of the 3 marbles at Hermania comes at the base of the track, where they were dumped at the finish line or very nearby.

** I forgot to mention as well that the Mars “glint” comes from the direction of Mars Beach downstream from Hermania, where other strange photos have recently been taken.


1st Billfork Map

Prominent locations of Billfork:

Pluto (P + L): yellow space center top represents basic town limits. Now site of Billfork Marble Race held 3/29/12 with Big Red and Little Red (Reds) declared team winners over Blue and White (The Others). So named because it is “far out there” in comparison to Hermania and its Mars and Jupiter Beaches. So some say.

Hidi/Lodi: Perhaps already obsolete names demarking high and low places on projected Billrail, now probably replaced by the Billfork Marble Race essentially within the old Pluto community limits.

Grassy Isle: perhaps legendary birthplace of Grassy Noll and/or the Mmmmmmm’s as a whole. Emerald green islet in Fork Creek just above Pluto on the map.

Billy Spring: most central stream of Billfork, and origin of the “Bill” part of its name. Traditional source of stream marked by The Billy Hole, but actual source is considerably above this, perhaps as far as the Smooth Rock area and beyond. But traditionalist geographers usually consider Billy Spring just the flow within Billfork itself and not beyond. Billy Spring runs directly underneath Billrock (see below) and intersects Fork Creek not far below it.

Billrock or Bill Rock: Largest rock within Billfork by far, and one of larger in the TILE Creek area. Considered super sacred along with the spring running beneath it — a Billfork center for certain. Said to be related to marbles and diamonds.

Fork Creek: Main fork of TILE Creek, and some say more sacred than TILE Creek itself (heretical), along with Billy Spring (double heretical). Length from upper cascades to lower cascades may be within the Greater Billfork region.

Lean Rock: smaller rock leaning against the back of Billrock; probably has its own attached myths and legends.

Middle Cascades: I believe this is 3 separate cascades now, starting at the Drink Lake path and ending slightly downstream from the Bill Spring-Fork Creek conjunction.

Drink Lake Path: on the map above, runs left to right, passing through Billfork starting at Fork Creek (beginning of Middle Cascades) and ending at Billy Hole and Ancient Road just above.

Billy Hole: Entrance to Hell for some.


More Marbling

Marbles in my parents’ house were sentient and found Key Rock lodged between walls of Den and Living Room. It was source of E.E.C. (Erietown Exteriorization Center). Inside was much larger than outside, perhaps 12-13 times as wide. This is same relationship as Rubisea partly in Blue Drake sim has with nearby Blue Feather Sea on Maebaleia continent of Second Life. This relates it to Dr. Who’s famed tardis (not to be confused with a sardis, which is slightly different), also a Blue Box. That the house key was blue is another key. Because Key Rock was much larger inside the marbles also called it Castle Rock. This is like Key Rock pp near Pineville (formerly Rockcastle or Castle Rock) in West Virginia, with a Castle Rock formation still present. Reinforcing this is presence of Kee Field airport in Pineville.

Time to revisit Pubdolls.

Also strange that Maebaleia has been so assoc. with the blue color which even involves a Blue Box.

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http://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2009/10/23/brief-talk/

https://bakerbloch.wordpress.com/category/toys/marbles/

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Marble_%28toy%29


Billfork Marble Race

3/29/12, Billfork, Herman Park

Contestants:

Little Red, Big Red (Reds team)
White, Blue (Others team)

Details of track.