Part 03

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“It would be best if Edwardston started with the concept of the Sylver Forest and moved from there. Roger Pine Ridge should be understood. Why does Waters change to Pine Ridge?”

bb:

Roger Pine Ridge is certainly eligible to sit at The Table, along with variants Peter Gabriel, Little Robert Plant, Marty and Lemon, and, lets see, Dr. Blood or Knik now. Day Ravies?

Hucka D.:

Dr. Blood is truly at the Head of the table now. He’s Da Man. The Director.

bb:

He might like ordering Marty around, harhar.

Hucka D.:

Roger Pine Ridge definitely wants to join. The Tide is Turning. Flat top. Use to think the world was flat… 1936.**

bb:

Theory, Hucka D.: Waters changing to Pine Ridge in ’36 opens doors to Sylver Forest memories.

Hucka D.:

You’ll have to tell Edwardston Resident about Roger Pine Ridge and Montgomery County, Arkansas.*

bb:

Your favorite state after all, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Right. Left.

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* Montgomery County, AR historic maps:
http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~armontgo/map_info.htm#1898map

http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~armontgo/map.htm

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**QUOTE:

The countdown of 10 to 1 at the end of “Four Minutes” in Quadrospirited begins when the father enters this santuary…

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… and then ends with the fountain bathed in the light of the 4 sacred colors.

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Then when the parents and their daughter Chihiro leave the sanctuary or station immediately afterwards, they encounter would I would call a direct replica of TILE Mountain in your Herman Park, while Waters starts “The Tide is Turning” song with, “I use to think the world was flat.” In the real world, TILE Mountain is Flat top. (also known as Yards or Yds. Mtn.) In Peewee Big, this message is clarified. We have a reprisal or direct borrowing of the 10-1 countdown in this newer synch, and then the beginning of “The Tide is Turning” song as well. However, in Peewee Big we have a segue into The Beatles’ “Come Together”, where the lyrics start…

“Here come old flattop
He come groovin’ up slowly
He got joo-joo eyeball

…as Richard Dreyfuss in Close Encounters realizes that the sculptures he is creating are simulations of Devil’s Tower, Wyoming, a place earmarked for contact between humans and e.t.s in the film. At the very place he breaks the top off his biggest sculpture to make it flat, cementing the association with Devil’s Tower for him, we have Lennon singing the word “flattop” in “Come Together” — flattops obviously, um, coming together (then Dreyfuss grooves up slowly to the revealed sculpture, to add to the synchiness, and he may have joo-joo eyeball as well?). The coming together here means, moreso, humans coming together over contact with extraterrestrial species, but also Dreyfess coming together with a new woman (his wife had just left him), as they head to the real Devil’s Tower to witness the contact up close and personal. You now know that Bill Mountain is a place of contact between humans and aliens, and Bill Mountain is very close to TILE Mountain or Flattop. It is, in fact, the next mountain *down* from TILE. It has less elevation but is more secluded, a more likely place to encounter aliens, in fact. And this is what has happened.

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Come Together lyrics analysis:

http://beatlesnumber9.com/together.html

Each verse is a different Beatle, starting with George!

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Fal Mouth Moon, The

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New structure in town, but actually quite old. Formerly a haunted hotel, now it functions as a gallery for the Gilatona-Lis[-Falmouth] series (replacing the Power Tower Gowlery on that) and also as a portal to The Moon (replacing the Norris Building on that). More soon!

And, oh yeah, I’m definitely in Rubi for another month. Decision gate passed through.

The Fal Mouth Moon has connections with Bay City’s similarly fowl Falmouth Hotel via wig topped Red Skeleton. It’s also associable with The Shining’s cursed Overlook Hotel in snowy Colorado. An exorcism may have taken place there in past/present/future.

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Bracket Jupiter
The Fal Mouth Moon, VWX Town
July 4, 1921

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Fal[se] Mouth & disappearing WIG WGI.

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Ideas

Sharieland’s Sunklands and its Gaping Mouth Rock, etc. is now directly attached to The Shining. How could this be? Palmistry, The Devil tarot card, and the picture at the end of The Shining are all linked through Jack’s band aid, which becomes my band aid. It heals a poisoning, like lead poisoning, like poison ivy poisoning, but a wound of the heart (or head?) [line]. The pencil warned me (jabbing) what was just around the corner (co-worker split). I was so happy, having created my Sharieland photos. Then: shock.

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Result was getting a student (wonderful!), and co-worker moving to a different location, in essence. Also probably me retaining my office. So what’s to complain about?? Only the great unknown.

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Healing.

Alignments are being made in this game of Omega Point considerations. Alpha (Oz) is seen to be corrupted by Omega (Shining). The whole thing must be lifted up and purified.

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The Omega Wall.

We continue…

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Mythopolis! 01

2 fantastic new hikes to record, and not in Blue Mountain for a change but in my home town of Mythopolis about 40 miles south. This continues and intensifies my focus on this area bordering the Gold River begun last winter (link). I’ll have to provide a map for this blog very soon.

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Profusion of liken and moss on a small hill first drew my attention to the special nature of this place. This would be hike 1.

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Coordinated bending of 2 parallel sewer pipes. Not as disgusting as they sound.

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Old orange part of a car, a seat perhaps.

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Redlands… and new rock temples! About 6 in number on a very, very red stretch of ground that was a dirt road at one time.

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Details.

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Bank on southern side of Redlands.

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Nearby camping spot. Hucka D. has warned me that Redlands resident Michael Treed may still be in the area. And he’s also indicated that it may be a “cousin” to Blue Mountain’s Michael Too of Wealthy Mountain and Martin Knob blog fame here. Impossible but perhaps even true!?

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This seems to parallel the largest Dongoba rock temple of Norris if so.

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The red dirt of Redlands, following the old road, loops in a circle, end returning to beginning.

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Gold River and red ball. This is where I turned around on hike 1, my most western progress.

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More Redlands mysteries: fire hydrant in the middle of nowhere…

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… and then a whole *paved road* in the middle of nowhere.

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Mythopolis! 02

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Redlands.

We turn to blog spirit Hucka Doobie for help in this confounding new development.

Hucka D.:

Happy New Years Day baker b.!

bb:

Thanks! Same to you my old friend.

[they sing Auld Lang Syne for several minutes]

bb:

Phew!

Hucka D.:

Wowwy Zowwy!

bb: (wiping brow):

So we’re ready to get down to business?

Hucka D. (still catching breath):

In a moment.

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5 minutes later:

Hucka D.:

Okay I’m ready! (another breath) So… you know about Michael Tree now. Let’s see (checks script in his hand). We’re up to page 78 already. “Enter the Redlands”.

bb:

It’s a stunning return of Mytholopolis to mythological significance.

Hucka D.:

Mythopological.

bb:

So surely Michael Tree is not the same as Michael Too of Frank and Herman Parks?

Hucka D.:

No, not really. A different Michael. A Tree. You have clues in The Shining, no?

bb:

You mean the film mistake on the floor in front of Wendy, right on the red band where Halloran would later be axed.

Hucka D.:

This is the stacked rock village you discovered today… yesterday.

bb:

Not possible.

Hucka D.:

Never say that. Your find was coordinated… I mean, the 2 finds were coordinated across space-time. The finding of the rock village was predicted in The Shining oval flaw.

bb:

Michael Tree then lives in the middle of this squared circle. Because that’s what it is.

Hucka D.:

Yes. The circle (Hucka D. points to interior circle Wendy is exiting) and the square (Hucka D. points to the square, red band it’s centered within) at once.

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Squared circle.

bb:

Same position on the square, huh.

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I’m trying to follow this further. So Halloran’s blood mirrors the red paint of the square band. Right when he steps on this band, Jack comes out from behind the column with his axe.

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Hucka D.:

Michael Tree has been axed[ as well]. Think about that.

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Hucka D.:

Michael Tree is the top [rust red] rock of his temple, a variation of Michael Too’s Norris Temple. That’s him… axed.

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Yet they’re not the same.

Hucka D.:

No.

bb:

Axed means fired?

Hucka D.:

Kind of. Axed through the heart. Heart Line.

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Hucka D.:

Let’s go back the the missing scene of The Shining. Killings and disappearances have been going on for 70 years within that Fowl Mouthed Hotel. That’s not elucidated in the movie.

bb:

It’s in the scrapbook.

Hucka D.:

Redlands is an engineered landscape. Carefully planned out in space-time. Michael Tree may be Michael Treed.

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Mythopolis! 03

Hike 2: Discovery of what seems to be an old canvas sign for a nearby hospital. Used as a tarp, perhaps. This would be on a small bay of water off Gold River, just north of Redlands or perhaps itself part of Redlands.
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Icy upper end of this bay, which is perhaps something over a football field long.

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Shells of river mollusks. Eaten?

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Considerably further west, across from the mouth of the creek flowing past Carrcassonne (link), is this colorful pump structure in the middle of the Gold River.

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Redlands again and the rock temples on this 2nd, icier visit.

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Many mysterious objects found in the area, actually. I’ll have to ponder more.

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There’s even some small waterfalls on a brook that may also be part of Redlands, on its eastern side if so.

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2013 Summary 01

“Hucka D., any more on Story Room tonight? The blog keeps chugg’n chugg’n along. Need to write a 2013 year summary.”

Hucka D.:

Why don’t you do it now. We’ll have a chat about 2013.

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It was an amazing year. A 2 week trip to England in the summer, contact with woodsy style aliens at the first of the year. New collage series, first in 5 years (42 collages I believe!). Huge year for carrcasses, one of the best ever, best since 2007. C-8, 9 , 10 all created. Great hikes during the year, ending with the unique Sharieland information of October. Alone at my work space for most of the year, with a new co-worker quickly relocating out of my building. Dependent on student workers alone now. New database. New friction with co-worker. Then at the *very* end of the year, somehow Mythopolis mythology reared its head again after an absence of, oh, 30 years or so? So much stuff going on it’s difficult to pick a starting point. But let’s start with the beginning of the year — simple enough.

Aliens.

Bill Mtn., Frank Park became the scene of what appeared to be an open contact with “something” out in the woods. A new type of toy happening was brewing, and following the Billfork Agreement, I knew I had to use material found in these woods for the more permanent parts of it. I was rushing headlong toward an exploitation of Rust Spot and its cache of (mainly rusty) objects. But bizarre things happened, then. Prime objects were inexplicably rearranged. *Someone* seems to know what I’d be taken pictures of. *Someone* was in the woods making noises *specifically designed* to draw my attention to it. The someone who rearranged the objects and the someone in the woods — thickly bushed woods I might add here, and nowhere a proper human being would be wandering around in (save me!) — making noises to attract my attention were *the same*. So right at the first of the year we have a confounding mystery, the contact at Bill Mtn. By the way, the Bill part of Bill Mtn. doesn’t really have any connection to Billfork except in name. What *was* I being warned off about? It was almost as if the contactees were telling me that this was their stuff (thinking along the lines of Cat from Red Dwarf and his stash of shiny objects that he didn’t like people messing with), even perhaps they had their *own* Billforks and such toy happenings to make, with the objects in question already earmarked for such plans. I think this is a correct theory at its base. This contact was caused by similarity — I was coming into alignment with someone who was doing the same thing on the “other side”. Ah heck, I still haven’t quite got it.

England, Part 1: Collages

So anyway, right after the Bill Mtn. contact I decided to join Edna and Cammie in their summer trip to England. I was going to fly! I was going overseas! I had *never* flown in a plane. I’d never made it further west than Memphis, further south than Jacksonville, further north than NYC. I was not an experienced traveler. I had a *condition* (sound sensitivity). Yet here I was, staying *alone* my first week in England while the wife and best friend traipse around glorious London. The plan was for them to join me during the second week in Wiltshire, where I was based the whole trip. I’ll get to details of the trip in a moment. But almost simultaneous with this decision (mid to late Jan.) I start collages, partially inspired by my use of GoogleEarth to do some preliminary exploring. GoogleEarth Streetview oddities were found around Avebury primarily (reminding me of more recent Shining finds of a similar ilk). Collage quickly followed collage in a working style I was familiar with now through the Art 10×10. But this was my first collage work in 4 years, after creating a new series each year for the 5 years prior to that (2004-2009). And they were different style collages at the same time, rougher in composition but more flowing in story, perhaps. Eventually not 2 but three *sub* series unwound in a 2 month period from Jan. to March. I was quit absorbed with their creation at the time: Gila, Latona, and then Lis, with a topping or culminating 4 part *quad*rtich called Falmouth. In a virtual sense, the 4 parts encircled the viewer, who figuratively stands in the center of Avebury, then. This was new. It was just as akin to the “Baker Bloch in England” art work/story from 2009 as the Art 10×10 collages. Second Life had a strong influence on it; the Power Tower Gowlery developed directly alongside the series.

Second Life.

In Dec., 2012 I had what was probably my last lengthy stay on the Jeogeot continent of mainland, where I create *New* Pietmond from the ashes of the old ones (2 in number). The move of New Pietmond in name and context to the unique Sikkima sinkhole at that time signaled my return to the Heterocera continent, perhaps for good — what I mean by that is that I might be virtually based on this continent for the rest of my Second Life enmeshment. The Sikkima stay only lasted about a month and a half itself, although I would have retained that land if possible. A failed start for VWX Town on the *northern* border of the Rubi Woods for several days in May was followed by (after my return to *rainy rainy* Blue Mtn. from England the first of July) another, much longer attempt at this new style of town in July-October on the opposite side of Heterocera. Then starting near the first of Nov., I moved VWX Town to its current location in Rubi, on the *south* side of the same forest I formed it next to in May. My tier had jumped up yet another level in the meantime, to 75 dollars a month. I knew I couldn’t continue with this expense — *can’t* continue — but at the same time I realize my Rubi town is the culmination of Second Life experiences so far, a type of summing up, even. Just recently, I’ve determined that the Rubi Woods are themselves *alive* — Edwardston has even seen an impossible human-type eye within the branches of one of its eucalyptus trees recently. Presently I’m trying to determine how to downsize my Rubi existence while retaining the essence (Essence) of VWX Town. Difficult decisions to make just ahead. But for now I have all the land I purchased in Nov. Old avatars have come back to life, climbing out of their unlogged tombs. A new one has been added (Edwardston Resident). Just exciting times in Rubi for me.

Carrcasses.

As mentioned, this has also been a very good year for carrcass creation, perhaps the best since the heyday of this artform in 2006-2007. As with the Gilatona-Lis series (my composite name for the directly related Gila, Latona, and Lis series described above), the 2013 carrcasses were a little different from anything formed before in this vein. 3 primary ones were created, started before my trip to England and finished in Sep. after my return. The smallest of the 3, Carrcass-10 — also the last chronologically — has just recently been declassified by Hucka D. and me, with the work’s guts illuminated on this blog. Now I just have to figure out the story of Story Room (smiles). Partnered Carrcass-8 and 9 formed a twinned relationship, with 9 directly continuing 8. This is very similar to the continuous flow of Carrcass+0 into Carrcass-0 to start the whole audiovisual synching/carrcass process in 2007. But *here* we have the addition of Carrcass-10, which can be inserted either in the *middle* of the 2, or at their end. Add in an overture created in Jan. actually (directly about contact with aliens appropriately!) and the whole rises to Carrcass+2 proportions (2006), and I consider Carrcass+2 to be the best one I’ve been able to tape, and probably one of the best two overall along with the unfilmed Carrcass+1 (2007). So we’re talking about some important work for me here. And The Shining research I’ve been involved in recently directly stems from Carrcass-10, as I’ve been trying to explain on the blog the last several days. Work on The Shining will continue into the new year, apparently.

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2013 Summary 02

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Local Hiking.

It was another good year for local hiking developments. Not quite the action packed year of 2012 for this, but several reasons here. First was the trip to England, which took up a bit of summer time. Next was the colder winter (it was an esp. mild Feb. and March in 2012), and also a very rainy July upon our return from overseas. Third was a back injury in the Fall which has hampered me in Nov. and Dec., not the best of months to hike anyway. On the plus side we did not get much snow in winter, and I was able to return to the woods a bit.

I’ve reviewed the Frank Mtn. aliens, and I suppose the main development along with that has been those in Sharieland, the heart of Herman Park. A complex mythology is still being developed there, topped, for now, by the 11 part “Sharieland Once More” posts from late October. It was the last hike through Sharieland that really locked up my back, and made me go to the dr. There I found out that I had misaligned my hips at some point — not sure of the exact cause still, but it could occurred at work, at my mom’s house (where I slept on the couch a lot), or in the woods themselves, where I may have just stepped in a hole or something. But as of a couple of weeks ago, I got the hips realigned by a physical therapist, and appear to be on my way to a full recovery. It’s just one of those life adjustments, because the therapist told me that my hamstrings were *really* tight, and I needed to work on those to prevent future back problems, along with stretching in general. So it all came to a good ending, if I can just get totally better now and lift boxes again.

A small toy happening (bottles, really) was created on Falmouth Creek in Frank Park in April as well. Further contact, via leaves, was made at Con Creek (Concrete Falls), which I assume is connected to the Bill Mtn. contact. *Graves* were found near Whitehead Crossing. The mythology of Whitehead X-ing itself was significantly enlarged, especially in April-May. This will continue.

Mythopolis.

Right at the end of the year, I found the campsite of what Hucka D. calls Michael Tree, or Michael Treed, I believe. This, however, was not in Blue Mountain, home of my precious Frank and Herman Parks, but *Mythopolis*, where I grew up, but haven’t explored much, really, since age 25. I believe I now have an angle into introducing all that old Mytholopolis material, including maps. Like Michael Too of Frank & Herman Parks, Michael Treed created *rock* temples. Now I don’t think it’s possible that this is the same as Michael Too, but they certainly seem related. And I believe the Michael Treed’s campsite rock creation also mirrors Michael Too’s largest rock temple of Dongoba in Frank Park, since destroyed. Another bizarre, new development.

Shining synchs.

I discussed Carrcass-10 already, my own personal contribution to Shining synchs, but there are others, as I’ve discovered this year. Primary among these is a work by John Fell Ryan called The Shining: Forwards and Backwards, featured in the Room 237 documentary. I’ve described it in this blog as the most important audiovisual synchronicity beyond Dark Side of the Rainbow and 2001-Echoes from the 1990s, a type of DSotR for the 21st Century. But there are others related to this, more studies but still technically synchronicities perhaps, where, for example the ending of 2001 is overlapped with the end of The Shining. But, more importantly, there is a rather huge body of research about The Shining found online, only a segment of which was featured in the above mentioned documentary. I point out Juli Kearns’ amazing online material, and also Rob Ager. Inspired by this, I’ve stumbled upon my own small slice of original research concerning The Shining involving what at first glance appear to be film blotches or flaws, following up on some observations by Kearns. VWX Town/Rubi Forest and The Shining also seem intimately connected for peculiar reasons — I here esp. think of the woods as doubling the labyrinth or maze of the movie (which itself mirrors The Shining’s Overlook Hotel, the setting for the great majority of the film). I’ve also described The Shining as the Omega Point, and I believe it represents the “end of synching” in a manner, in a way, as Dark Side of the Rainbow (and accompanying or satellite 2001-Echoes) creates a beginning, an Alpha Point. Kubrick was certainly a mad genius, and an ultra manipulator. I think he knew with The Shining that he had something very very special. I’m sure he was guided by synchronicity itself for much of this, inspired perhaps by the fact that actors playing Jack and Danny in the film had the same first names as their characters (etc.).

Map research.

This is tied into The Shining material, actually, like the 3 bears synch also involving Second Life (Egan sim), points to the *other* side of the Going to the Sun Road that Jack drives up in his yellow VW at the beginning of the synch. The recent Vineyard-Wizard Wells in Jack County is a good example — I think it has to do with the film (and Carrcass-10 through nearby Runaway Beach!). Map synchy stuff is also directly tied to Frank and Herman Park mythology now, continuing a trend from last year.

England: England itself!

An amazing amazing 2 week stay in England during the second half of June. I wrote a summary of my experiences starting here (LINK). I visited a good number of the Wiltshire white horses, got accosted, had amazing hikes in fields and forests, visited Stonehenge at summer solstice, visited Avebury many times, split my stay between Devizes and Marlborough, framing burgs of the primary crop circle country of not only England but the world, saw several crop circles as well from a distance, visited Honeystreet’s The Barge almost every day, the famed hub of crop circledom. Life changing experience!

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Red Rock

Red rock wasn’t on the ice when I passed it the first time. Upon returning about 15 minutes later, it was there, prominently displayed. I don’t believe there’s any way I could have missed it.

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The approx. 4 foot long ice flow that I broke off with a stick at the time *wasn’t* present, even though there appeared nowhere for it to go in the meantime. The piece broke off only several feet down from the red rock.

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The wife and I got a laugh out of this when I told her about this aspect of the mystery, because it instantly reminded us of the Might Boosh jingle “Ice Flow, Nowhere to Go”, which we sing on occasion to cheer ourselves up during very cold weather. Do the Bill Mtn. aliens have a heightened sense of humor as well?

Nearby frozen P Creek. Frozen peas — hmm. Almost identical in angle to the last photo from this earlier F&HE! blog post from almost a year ago.

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Neighboring red barn. Red again…

In the very next blog post…

https://bakerbloch.wordpress.com/2013/02/25/so-2/

… Hucka D. psychically seems to hint at the manifestation of this future red rock. If so, it could also be connected to the future development of Epsi with its matching black and white rocks.

Hucka D.:

There’s two things to look for…

bb:

Land and water?

Hucka D.:

The black rocks, the white rocks. Black and white. (pause) Red.

Theory:

The Bill displaced Herbert, Alabama from Conecuh County to Butler County to be near Saucer and Forest Home. A particular geometric arrangement was even established, Fake Herbert, as we’ve been calling it, the same distance from Forest Home as Saucer. Herbert stands for Frank, as in *Frank* Park, home of Bill Mountain. We are now calling the aliens The Bill. Again: Fake Herbert, Alabama was set up by The Bill. They were indicating that Bill Mtn. is their *forest home*.

That Herbert was moved from near Paul to near Forest Home means that an attachment to author Frank Herbert and his Dune starring seer Paul Atreides has been removed, or perhaps *carried over*. This is now a Frank Park/The Bill issue. End and beginning of two, separate Cardinal Roads is also thrown in the mix. Together they stand for the beginning and end of the *middle* third of Baker’s Creek, Mississippi. They are at the 1/3 and 2/3 point of the creek from mouth (Port Gibson) to source. They emphasize *Cardinal Gibson* (Bob).

Red Rock is a summary point of Black Rocks and White Rocks, US of A. What’s black and white and red all over?

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Bull Rock

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DIXFIELD — The beloved official town mascot, Bullrock the Moose, became a casualty of Wednesday evening’s ferocious thunderstorm.
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Wednesday evening’s winds from a powerful thunderstorm toppled Bullrock the Moose, Dixfield’s mascot on the Village Green. The 11-year-old statue also had dry rot, which contributed to its downfall.

Strong winds knocked down the full-scale wooden sculpture, which had been standing in the Village Green since 2000.

“I heard the sad news of Bullrock’s destruction shortly after we opened (Thursday morning),” Charlotte Collins of the Dixfield Town Office said.

Wind was not the only factor contributing to the moose’s demise. Bullrock had developed a bad case of dry rot in his chest as well as his front right leg, making for an already unstable foundation.

Bullrock is named after a local legend, according to town records. The story goes that a wandering moose journeyed from the back side of Dixfield’s Sugarloaf Mountain, approached a formation known as Bull Rock on Sugarloaf and became so entranced with the beauty of the valley below that he lost his footing and plunged over the side to his death.

“Today, Bullrock’s spirit can be seen in the majesty of our forests and the steadfastness of our people,” according to town reports. “He not only symbolizes Dixfield’s colorful past, but represents a strong and steady future for all of us.”

Bullrock the statue began April 18, 2000, when Ted Walker of Peru began carving him. Money was provided by the Economic Development Council.

Walker took two weeks to complete Bullrock using 150-year-old white pine for his body and Norway pine and spruce for his legs and antlers. Falls Taxidermy supplied his big brown eyes and Dan Anctil supplied the log at Bullrock’s feet.

Bullrock was hoisted onto a concrete foundation by Anctil’s log loader and bolted tightly to the concrete slab.

As of early Wednesday afternoon, Bullrock remained in pieces on the ground on the Village Green.

“I have a feeling that Bullrock may rise again,” Collins said.

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This image shows the original artwork from which the official Town of Dixfield Seal was developed. This representation of the Town of Dixfield was drawn by Letty Ellingwood and evolved into the official town seal. Shown are the Sugarloaves Mountain, Bull Rock, Webb River and Valley, moose, and wildlife. Dixfield’s mascot is a moose named Bull Rock, and its motto is “We Strive.”

Bullrock is back!

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DIXFIELD — A stronger, bigger and more resilient Bullrock arrived at the Village Green early Friday afternoon after more than a year of work to replace the town’s mascot.
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Wood carver Ted Walker of Rumford anchors Bullrock to his platform early Friday afternoon.
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The first Bullrock rotted from the inside after a few years, but this time, creator Ted Walker of Rumford took steps to prevent a similar demise.

The 9-foot tall, 1,500-pound moose is on a pedestal at the entrance to the Green along Route 2 near the village. It’s carved from pressure-treated wood, has some rubberized parts. It’s hollow but looks like a traditional wood carving.

Bullrock’s head is topped with a set of real moose antlers donated by a local hunter.

Norine Clarke, the driving force on the Dixfield Economic Development Council, said funding for the new moose came from insurance and large and small donations from area people.

A Welcome Bullrock party is set for 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 21, at the Village Green. A commemorative cake and punch will be served.

A stuffed moose created by Laurie Taylor and Moose Is Loose T-shirts designed by Hot Colors will be awarded to several of those attending who sign up at the event.

Bullrock was driven from Walker’s home on the Swain Road to its new home by Twin Rivers’ owner Alan Elliott and two employees. They used two of the company’s trucks to move the moose and other items needed to set it up at the Green.

Dixfield Police Department officer Anne Simmons-Edmunds provided an escort into town.

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Ideas Again…

Frank and Herman Einstein! blog will likely continue for some time to come. I see involvement with Frank and Herman Parks and developing a parallel mythology as a lifetime project. Later on I plan to camp in the parks, especially between the times (hopefully!) that I retire and Beth retires. I plan to lay low during this time, not spending much money and waiting patiently on Beth. This is the time to really delve deep into the parks, and attached Granddaddy Hill. What will happen? Let’s bring in Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Good morning. Or good night, whatever. I’m here to help.

bb:

Hucka D…

Hucka D.:

And before you start: no, boss should not have done what she or he done. He or She will get a pass card but she or he will be told to put you at ease and not upset you. This is your blow to the stomach. Good to say it was crippling to him or her.

bb:

Thanks for that, Hucka D. Let’s shift to parks.

Hucka D.:

Good!

bb:

Frank and Herman Parks are separate, yet twinned. It’s fascinating how they play off each other. A lifetime project to explore, as already stated.

Hucka D.:

These are all opposites or pairings. Red and green. Black and white. Good and bad. But mainly it’s *twins*’. Herman Park has TILE Creek, and that brings it even with Frank Park in space: 7 to 7. Before TILE Creek the parts were uneven by one: 6 to 7 in favor of Frank. TILE Creek was designed by Lisa the Vegetarian, a special project, to tie into Winesap and Arkansas. This is how Lisa V. tied Herman Park to Arkansas. It did *not* start with Health Lake and Heart Lake and Head Lake. It started with Hand. TILE Creek came first before anything else. Appalachian Spring. TILE Mountain, formerly Yd Mtn. — and Yd Creek. Ponder on that.

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So Herman’s Mansion came later, after the overall plan.

Hucka D.:

The Hand was displaced. The hand became the seat of Heart, Head, Health.

You must look for obviously channeled material. TILE Creek is a channel.

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Collage 15

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Some preliminary thoughts on this…

I think this is an *attempt* at healing a painful situation depicted more in full in Collage 13, which contains the same central Jack figure. Here Jack is not as much a facade as in that earlier effort, but an enclosure. His face is not 2d but superimposed with a head that represents a montage of President Eisenhower (of Grayson County) and his representative to the grey aliens, supposedly. I assume the head speaks of aliens, then, and the truth behind them. The rock enclosure may represent a place of safety to do this. Many of the elements from Collage 13 reappear, including the colorful pea pod on Jack’s arm, and also nearby 12 Oz Mouse/Fitz. The Shining’s Wendy is new to the scene, although she appears in the Collage before this (14) and also the earlier Collage 9 (2 Wendys in that case). She’s culled from the famous scene 61, studied by me in some detail in late Dec. and early Jan. Jack and the rock enclosure replace the reclining Danny of that static scene. In Collage 14 before this, Wendy also stares toward Jack at the bottom of the picture — and there are 2 Jacks there, one replacing the head of McCartney and one (to its right) turning around to face Wendy, seemingly. The tiny, walking McCartney and Harrison also are transposed to Collage 15 from Collage 14. And also as in Collage 14, they walk across Jack’s chest/torso. The handshake between Starr and Coburn in Collage 14 may be the thing being spoke about by Ike/Ike’s Representative in Collage 15. Why does Wendy look on and why is she cradling a giant corndog in her arms? This seems to represent a beginning of forgiveness. Acceptance of the corndog in the past. The evaluation is over, and healing must begin before any kind of integration can take place. The Wendy figure must own up to her part of the incident. Behind Jack and the rock enclosure is 2 fused pictorial elements from single movie synchs of the past, as Carrcass-10 represents the newest single movie carrcass, involving The Shining and it alone, in essence. We have Kevin from “Up” superimposed on Howl’s Moving Castle, with 2 eyes becoming 1 eye. Kevin and the castle become fused. They are direct kin to Jack because of the single movie carrcasses involved. Kevin’s body is similarly colored to the red rock of the rock enclosure — a rock temple, really. These rock temples, mid ground and foreground (1 and the same) might represent carrcasses, then, past (Up/Howl’s Moving Castle) and present (The Shining). The past has done its duty; the present still has some stuff to say, apparently. Grayson information. Military industrial complex stuff. The golden, upward path in Collage 13 transforms into the red, downward path or passage in Collage 15. Red is pain. Red is also information, painful in style. There will be an attempt to understand.

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Collage 16

A logical follow-up, and directly related to animation collages Jasper 05 and 06.

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Chat, Hikes

“Collages are coming in right and left, Hucka (!)”

Hucka D.:

Pressure creates art. You are seeking help. Art responds.

bb:

Have even revisited Greenup Gill now[ in last 2 collages, completed just yesterday].

Hucka D.:

You are playing the border between animation and collage. You see how hard it is to make good, competent animation. It really should be *lived*.

bb:

Interesting, Hucka D. Oh, I need to talk about my hikes this weekend. And last weekend, actually.

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Hiking season perhaps has officially opened, with 2 nice mountain hikes this weekend, both in Frank Park. But to back up, *last* weekend I also hiked in Frank Park and also Mytholopolis on Saturday. No pictures from the latter, however — forgot to take my camera along with me for the 50 minute drive. To summarize, what I basically discovered was an alternate or *southern* route from Carrcassonne into the heart of the new Mythos, or Redlands as I’m calling it now. I’ll attempt to provide types of maps asap.

Now to Frank Park. Last week I revisited Bill Mtn., but was quite depressed still about my interim evaluation and the whole work situation now. So I *dwelled*. Instead of walking toward the summit, I headed away through southern meadows toward places not seen in a while, including a ridge between Bill Mtn. and Frank Lake that I’d earmarked for a possible toy happening some time ago — a flat, relatively clear spot centered by a hemlock. The former passage into this clear space had now become overgrown with rhododendron. It was effectively sealed off, and if this was my first visit I probably wouldn’t have even known there was a clear space back in there. Not sure exactly what this means — must return when I’m in a better state of mind. The meadow just south seemed to contain poles marking some kind of, I’m not sure, race? Anyway, that added a little to my depression for some reason. Maybe just another human intrusion into a former pristine settin. Oh, and *guns* were being shot not far off. Hopefully not in Frank Park itself! But I think hunters are around the edges of the park. And I heard them again the next day, if I remember correctly. Upsetting. Started in the afternoon both days.

It’s difficult to write about my Frank and Herman Park hikes without pictures. I’ll try to put what I have on the blog tonight so that I can write more effectively later on. The 2 hikes this weekend were more successful, and both days I explored new territory, especially yesterday (Sunday). Found another hutch in the woods where someone perhaps got refuge from the elements at times. Bullrocks type rocks below it… this would be the summit of Greene Knob. Or maybe that’s Gene Knob. Should Gene Knob be a new blog category?

Hucka D.:

I’m back. Yes, Gene Knob should be a new category. But don’t call it that. Think of Allen Knob to its west north. Think of Green Stream between. Allen the Purple Martin.

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These pictures were taken several weeks ago in Frank Park. The first comes from a large meadow in the lower heart of the park, probably not pictured before in this blog.

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But the first really interesting Blue Mtn. hike of the season involved exploring down the Korean Channel’s Green Stream, starting where Jacob I. Road crosses it. Along the way on my hike was encountered, in order, The Land of Blue and Purple, Con Creek (mouth), and the interesting as yet unnamed location seen in the several pictures below where the channel is rather cleanly divided into two parts by this clog of rhododendron, somewhat in the style of Green Oz Creek cut in half by Dark Space (formerly: Brownie). At the beginning of the rhododendron, this Green Stream “Dark Space”, appears these pipe pieces. Reasons for them being here in the absolute middle of nowhere? Unknown. Really, I can think of no reason except they blew in from somewhere else, but they’re pretty large for that explanation. Was someone planning to build a road through here at some point? Stumped, still. Is there another land artist working these woods besides me? If so, we can pretty safely assume they’re alien in origin (see: Bill Mountain Alien Infestation related posts). Yup, that’s my best guess right now.

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Upper part of the Korean Channel looking back from the position of the pipes — whence I came.

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Soon the creek cascades past rocks small and not so small.

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To the right, walking down, I was rather amazed to see the following solid white rock face staring back at me. Nice!

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After some tricky hiking, I was able to emerge from the rhododendron into the lower, open part of the channel. A beer can on a rotting log was encountered along the way. But I didn’t make it all the way to the mouth of Green Stream, as I had done once or twice before when navigating this same hike. I decided to turn around soon after the beer can, just as I glimpse a larger rock island in the creek ahead. Unfortunately my pics of this island didn’t turn out well.

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On the way back, I decided to photograph this small beachy area along Green Stream, where I easily jumped the creek. I suppose Ford Beach would be a good name.

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Ford Beach details.

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Green Stream near the mouth of Con Creek.

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Another interesting hike occurred perhaps the day after Korean Channel exploration. The focus this time was Greene Knob and a stream which tumbles off the side of it. No, I’m not talking about Falmouth Creek or Con Creek this time, but the creek *between* them, another as yet unnamed feature. It’s almost entirely hemmed in by rhodododendron from its source to Jacob I. Road, a distance of 1/3 to 1/4th of a mile. But at various points the stream is still accessible if you’re willing to bend down under the rhodo for a spell. I’ll have more to say about this creek soon. An appellation is needed, obviously.

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Larger rock near the stream’s source.

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On the same hike I ran across this obviously man-made shelter near the top of Greene Knob, after I ascended from Jacob I. Road. Height gained: 500-600 feet. Again I have no idea why someone would make this. Did someone actually use it for a shelter for a number of nights? Of course the culprit might have been now local legend Michael Too — a good chance.

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Large meadow atop Greene Knob, just above the shelter. A number of white rocks appear in the foreground.

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Then on the downward side of the ridge with the shelter (Shelter Ridge, then?), comes not one but several rock ledges of some significance. The below photo shows a point where you can descend to get to both the largest ones.

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Ice flow in one of the rock ledges. I’ll return soon for better pics; I deem the ledges a pretty significant find. They exist directly west of Whitehead Crossing, which lies at the base of this same mountain, or, more accurately, in the Green Stream valley between Greene Knob and neighboring Allen Knob.

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Shots from the mouth of TILE Creek, or at least where it enters Drink Lake. I believe I may study this delta region each spring to see what turns up.

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A large tree has fallen across the fence surrounding Drink Lake near where TILE Creek dumps its waters.

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Yellow flowers found on two lumps (“islands”) within TILE Creek here. This appears to be coltsfoot.*

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Fence at western end of Drink Lake, already blog famous for the Boris Spider Phenomenon from Spring 2012. There’s the newly fallen tree again in the foreground.

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Drink Lake Delta.

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On the way to Pencilinsula, whose mountain laurel and rhododendron underbrush has grown so thick as to basically block access to the lake here, and the also blog famous Point Rock. But that’s okay — maybe the land needs to heal from past beaver ravages (SEE: Quadrobeavs).

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You can see the TILE Creek bed extending well into Drink Lake, which means the lake is considerably shallower at times.

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Old shoe found and turned over at Pencilinsula.

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* Coltsfoot foliage for later reference, perhaps:

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Herman Park: Hermania and Billfork 02

This day I also decided to revisit Hermania and TILE Falls for the first time since last summer or fall. The below photo is taken from behind TILE Falls, opposite the actual drop. The sunlit rock to the left is as yet unnamed, but still perhaps very, very important still to the TILE mythos…

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… for on the bark of what appears to be another newly fallen tree — or fallen since my last visit — *3 apparently “man-made” notches are found, pointing directly to the island just beyond and below. My educated guess would be that the aliens have once again predicted my visit and left a sign. “Pay attention to the falls and rock!” they might be indicating.

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Also this piece of lichen was hanging on a rhododendron branch directly above the island.

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We’ll get back to TILE Falls and neighboring Hermania Central soon enough. Here’s a parting shot for now of the log crossing TILE Creek just upstream.

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I should also note that the beaches of the area have *completely* changed in the meantime, and, for example, the position of Jupiter Beach, if we can still call it that, has moved downstream maybe 10 yards from where it was, and also enlarged (see below). There’s also more exposed rocks in the heart of Hermania, around Whole Tree, and a beachy strip of land runs from the log pictured above almost all the way to TILE Falls, curving left in the process. Most of this was simply not present before.

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Heman Park: Hermania & Billfork 03

Then we come to a Billfork revisit. To remind the reader, Billfork was the site of an important art happening or toy avatar event about 2 years ago. Nothing’s really happened there in the intervening time, but today I decided to import an interesting looking rock from the area above Billfork where I got the bottles and other objects for the aforementioned event. I also have a pot full of bricks and several other objects ready to go to Billfork from the same place when I get back there. Soon!

And as the case with Hermania, Billfork has changed a bit. I simply do not remember all these exposed bricks pictured below before. Will look really good in Billfork, I believe. New event!

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The pots appeared different from before, and also arranged in unremembered ways…

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Pipe stuck in ground.

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Interesting rock in area.

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A smaller rock from the same “gathering” area, with an unusual seeming notch, almost like a doorway or passageway.

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Neighboring rock with interesting red band following its curving top.

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Here’s the pointy rock I took back to Billfork with me. Very flat on the bottom.

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I’ve decided that I’m going to eventually have to move my Falmouth Gallery to a new location. Sunklands is a distinct possibility, perhaps in a week or 2. Not that Sunklands has much mystical power left, but it’s still a kind of home (like Rubi).

Hucka D.:

As you’ve gleaned, you must return to music. Animation or collage and music. CHRO and Improvisation. And composition, but CHRO.

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CHRO must be treated as a parody.

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Hucka D.:

Collagesity?

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The structures make the collages.

Hucka D.:

When I was in Sikk…

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When *I* was in Sikkima, I didn’t have the Power Tower Gowlery finished. Falmouth wasn’t even conceived — a twinkling in a collagist’s eye. VWX Town was the ultimate for me. But I can’t — couldn’t — afford it.

Hucka D.:

No. The concept is sound[ though].

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I went to real Whitehead X-ing today, Hucka. It was getting cold by then, though, and my back was a bit sore. Back trouble, eh?

Hucka D.:

There’s worse trouble. Truck gives you freedom. Keep the truck route.

bb:

Thanks.

Hucka D.:

What did you think of WH X-ing?

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Well, The Emerald hasn’t grown back yet. Interesting to see when that takes place.

Hucka D.:

Soon[ obviously].

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Green Turtle formation still there. Soon I’ll recreate the Thinking Path or Thinking Loop — Contemplation Loop I believe I called it[ last summer].

Hucka D.:

Yes. Important.

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And of course I know that former Grey Rock is now Grey Seal, or Grey Rock topped by Seal Stone.

Hucka D.:

Rock has a mate: Stone. Sharron.

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Stone was already there.

Hucka D.:

Stone is a fairy[ like Rock]. Sharie?

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Stone…

Hucka D.:

Sharon, Greenburg, Meade. It’s there. Emerald. Moss. Meade. Moss Meade.

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And Whitehead — Silver Technological Institute [ STI].

Hucka D.:

And Edward. Stone. Edward Stone.

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Is Edward Stone the Green Turtle?

Hucka D.:

No [ as you’ve guessed].

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One of my missions…

Hucka D.:

One of your missions is to figure out which stone is Edward’s stone or Edward Stone. The Green Turtle indicates that it must be nearby. Meeting of Whitehead and Little Whitehead is a possibility or clue.

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Edward Stone is Emerald City. Maybe Edward Stone was moved.

Hucka D.:

Yes (!)

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Someone put that rock on top of Grey Rock. Getting a few chills.

Hucka D.:

More chills[ are needed].

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Seal Stone is Edward Stone?

[no answer]

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What of the 4 Sticks area? Entered by Big Log[ traditionally].

Hucka D.:

More collages are needed. Don’t stop.

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Nah, I think it’s over, Hucka D. [ the Falmouth collage series — 42 collages (!)]

Hucka D.:

Don’t count, just do.

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Then maybe Roll is with Rock in town.

Hucka D.:

Yes again (!)

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Where do or can you roll a rock?

Hucka D.:

Across Big Log.

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Cliffs of Dundee” (Waverly Knapp, c1812)

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Cliffs of Dundee have become the same as Burnet 192/192/85 to 160/160/42. The elevation is halved in the descent from top to bottom. Line of Dundee comes into play here as well.

Hucka D.:

Yes.

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In THOS, Dundee was a collector of paintings. He got hold of a Waverly Knapp piece, who always dated his works c1812. “Cliffs of Dundee” was one of these paintings, like the rocket picture.

bb:

The picture or painting of the Panama Canal you mean.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Sinclair was an original toy creator. He created Rock. Rock created Rocket. In the middle of the Synching Creek Designated Mystery Area. That’s in your *original* collage. When was that? Way back in 1980 or 1981. That’s where it all started. The Lee Triangle. The Cardinal Triangle. Sealston Heights. The rocket blasted off from Sealston Heights in the middle of the Cardinal Triangle in the middle of[ the Cardinal Province of Middle Gurr]. Rock somehow got a hold of “Notebook I”. He understood the sketchy history of Mythos within — realized High Ur and his Mystery Area was the 3rd eye of the whole thing, the Mythos of the North.

bb:

I think *Whitehead* must have known about that. Whitehead in Da Woods. Whitehead is the same as Sinclair?

Hucka D.:

[There’s that legend.]

bb:

Here’s something, perhaps: Sharon is to Wazob as Seal Stone is to Grey Rock.

Hucka D. (without pause):

Correct.

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Contemplation Loop was designed as a link between Man and Woods.

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Hucka D.:

Maybe… you say it.

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Maybe the loop is an octagon as well.

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“Do you think Mr. Dundee could have made a pact with The Devil, Hucka Doobie?”

Hucka D.:

Explore that idea.

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And an Australia Landing now found very near Duncan and Alligator. Coolie! Maybe Dundee’s power acquired through wrong channels was the ability to turn collages into paintings.

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Whitehead X-ing Timeline:

Mossmen reach Korean Channel through Portal System. Silverburg equals early base.

Mossmen establish Red Head near top of Channel. Contact with Bees at their neighboring Greenhead. Realization that they had psychically switched colors red and green with each other.

Whitehead moves into Da Woods. Retired.

Whitehead is not Whitehead before retirement. Is Red Head? Greenhead? He is a future ghost in his whiteness. Grave may be his nearby.

Explore idea that pre-retirement Whitehead is a Greenhead, or maybe a Mossman himself.

What is the relationship between Whitehead and Sinclair, then? Sinclair has his own Toy Room in the Synching Creek Mystery Area. On Sign Line. Primary creation Rock moves away from him and establishes own center at Rock’s House and Lee Triangle (confluence of Sign and Sink Lines). Then he creates Rocket to escape Mystery Area altogether. Lands in Blue Mountain at top of Korean Channel. Symbolically moves up Rocky Trail past Grey Rock/Seal Stone to Edward Stone and its Green [*Moss*] Turtle. Crosses fairy bridge (footbridge) but some say he crosses higher bridge across same Little Whitehead.

Edward of namesake Edward’s stone or Edward Stone. Like Emerald City of Oz, and has its own (The Emerald) (grass top — green before all else around it in Spring). Edward may be the same as Mr. Dundee and if so lives in Dundee Castle atop Dundee Cliffs. Changed his name from Edward to Dundee?

Moss Turtle perhaps created by Mossmen — would make sense.

Who lived in the Fairy House across Green Stream from Whitehead Xing? Was this Rock as well? I believe it is the entity that put Seal Stone atop Grey Rock. He also created or bought or otherwise procured a Crocodile Rock, later “assimilated” by Australian Dundee. There was a female entity named Sharon who controlled the (Seal) Stone, which may be the same as the Edward Stone.

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Little Whitehead in Da Woods

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Hucka D., I think I’m going to explore logs this summer. Whitehead (and Little Whitehead) logs. Big Log obviously. But others. Pay attention to how logs change year to year. (pause) Hucka D.?

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“And I must analyze Zoso and “4 Sticks”, but in relation to Carrcass-3, obviously. That’s how I keep it in long term memory. The song, then, is about Kevin and co. escaping from Black Dog and co. Kevin is injured in the escape, directly over the river in the gorge. Black Dog drops down down, along with a lot of other dogs. “Lost so many.” But Black Dog lives… reports back to master. Master unleashes zeppelin to capture Kevin, distracting by a house on fire. Song is Pretty Thing’s Balloon Burning. Perfect. Kevin appears in a Falmouth Collage already, superimposed on Howl’s Moving Castle. These are both from the now uncommon 1 movie carrcasses. Kevin being injured is like the curse at the crossroads, when the Black Dog “bites”. Wounds. Kevin is the Tall Cool One. Whitehead Chronicles.

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Falmouth Collage series becomes Falmouth College, where one studies the collages. So I might be enrolling… well, today. Tomorrow. Since Falmouth Gallery is also a (Moard Ling) Castle (12), then this may be Castle Dundee as well, perched on Cliffs of Dundee about Whitehead Creek and beside Big Log.

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Little Whitehead Collage (They continue!)

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More Collages

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“Sky Diamond”

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“Jasper 04 Revisited”

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“Unboxed, Part 1”

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“Unboxed, Part 2”

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“Humanvillians”

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“I don’t…

… know where to start, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Going pretty fast, eh?

bb:

Yes! Help!

Hucka D.:

Well, we should focus on Whitehead. England is in the rear view mirror[ now]. Current location is the focus. Let’s take a look at the animation.

https://bakerbloch.wordpress.com/2014/03/27/little-whitehead-collage-they-continue/

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What is happening here?

Hucka D.:

You need to get across Little Whitehead[ stream]. The former fairy bridge has collapsed. Manchester statue to the rescue! He circles and then circles back. Lamb. Earth… spinning. Spades and Hearts. 7 and 6. Get Peter SoSo involved.

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But to the collage, it starts with one picture, reduced 50 percent, fitted inside another picture. And this is the picture of the fairy bridge… or, I should say, the location of the fairy bridge. Because in the picture reduced and fitted into the normal sized picture, the bridge is gone, because it’s, let’s see, 3 years I believe in the future and the stick bridge has collapsed in the meantime. The tree in the background, fallen in photo 1, is more fallen in 2. The woods decay… natural effects. Coolie. But in animation 1 and 2, we have the fairy bridge up in the normal photo, and then in 3 and 4 the 50 percent reduction photo is fitted in from 3 years later and the bridge is gone. Now what happens is the Manchester statue makes a new bridge. Doesn’t he?




Hucka D.:

The statuette is the same as the foot stone of the Grave of the Unknown Explorer, buried on a ridge just west of Whitehead Crossing and within its metro area one could say. The statue pivots around to the 4 directions, and the foot stone does the same, swinging around with it the accompanying head stone. So the foot stone is in all 4 pics, but the statuette is missing in the 4th. It’s the[ now] common problem. Where is the 4th, or what happens during the 4th and last motion? The statuette disappears. The foot stone is still there, but not the statuette. And the head stone is gone as well, but that’s not as surprising, we’ll say, since it doesn’t appear in the 1st part either. It’s swinging around — could have disappeared behind some bushes in the last, say.

In collage 3… put up a link…

… we have the impossible situation of a foot stone on the opposite side of a stream [ Little Whitehead] from the head stone. They cannot be *bridged*. Where is the body? and so forth. In collage animation 2, where we have the head stone appearing for the first time (its appearance in the next animation is the second and also last), we have an actual grave possible, since level ground is between foot and head.

Barely, since we are right on the edge of the stream’s bank, with little wiggle room[ for the positioning of the body]. The stones are trying to speak to you. The stream is trying to speak. What is the message? The spinning Manchester statuette spins around… put up that video please…

http://www.independent.co.uk/news/uk/home-news/mystery-solved-manchester-museums-spinning-ancient-egyptian-statue-isnt-cursed-8951201.html

Oh I have a theory, baker b. Your Second Lyfe friend thinks *I’m* a grey.

bb:

Are you?

Hucka D.:

Just as much as you are or anyone who happens to be surfing the internet and stumbles across these words is.

bb:

Good enough for me. Anyway, there are positive and negative Greys, just like there are positive and negative Humans. We’ll get to “Humanvillians” soon enough, I hope.

Hucka D.:

We can bounce around.

bb:

So the statue spins around[ in the collage animation], like the foot stone spins around — they are one. And a replacement stick bridge is put into effect in 3, parallel with the head stone moving across the stream and placed under that tree root — one of those perfect fits for a collage image… had to be there.

Hucka D.:

Yes (pause) Manipulated photograph.

bb:

The 4th contains no statue simply because I didn’t have a picture of the statue in that position, looking away from the view. Just the right, forward, left and not backwards [positions].

Hucka D.:

Would your Second Lyfe friend wish to know more about TILE? I can send her some brochures.

bb:

Not sure, Hucka D. Maybe we shouldn’t talk about that any more.

Hucka D.:

I think you should make a collage of it. The friend is a collagist and you’re a collagist.

bb:

Maybe. Back to Whitehead X-ing collages[ for now].

Hucka D.:

The Manchester statuette is connected to a particular crop circle you *almost* visited while in England. Good thing you didn’t! And it creates a perfect circle in a similar way. The crop circle contained a code, as Collie found, that traces it back to the statue. Check it out.

http://www.cropcircleconnector.com/2013/Stantonstbernard2/articles.html

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bb:

Well, let’s just move on. The point is that 3 years ago I took a pic of what I imagined was a fairy bridge across Little Whitehead[ Stream]. 3 years later, another pic shows the stick bridge gone. Through the power of collage I bring past and present together here. The spinning statuette is forging a substitute bridge through the power of the likewise spinning grave stones. Who is in that grave? A Grey?

Hucka D.:

No. Dogpatch.

(to be continued)

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“I don’t…” 02

bb:

But I forget to mention a key element in that last post. Let me get my counting straight… this is Collage Part 1

[ and it gives] us the statue facing left. Notice where his head is in relation to the log above. When the statue “spins” the opposite way…

… the *foot* is placed exactly where the head is, because in the meantime, the *2nd* photo, from 3 years in the future and reduced 50 percent in size, has been fitted into the middle of the animation. It’s the same log in both, though, and that allows the 2 in 1 relationship to occur. The head is the same as the foot!

Hucka D.:

That is a key to understanding the collage animation, yes. Good work!

bb:

The edge of the insert is where the 2 photos deviate most. They coincide most toward the middle. The small tree where the head stone is inserted in the 3rd part at the bottom/roots is most aligned — the forking branches line up past and present. Another *bridge*.

Hucka D.:

Yes, a time bridge. Past to present.

bb:

Complicated collage!

Hucka D.:

So the statue makes this bridge between past and present, and then disappears in the 4th and final pic of the animation. The statues is the same as the foot stone of the grave, but that’s just the pivot.

bb:

We’ve switched places again. You go.

Hucka D.:

The foot stone is the pivot. No.. *you* go.

bb:

The foot stone… well, you know. It stays in the same place. It is fixed, like the Ancients believed the Earth was fixed and everything revolved around it.

Hucka D.:

They do!

bb:

The Earth revolves through the 4 seasons, like we have 4 parts of the animation. This is representation of Earth.

Hucka D.:

Correct. Spinning. Circle. Circle Back.

bb:

The Head Stone is The Moon?

Hucka D.:

Could[ actually] be the other way ’round. The Foot Stone is The Moon. The Head Stone is the Earth circling around The Moon. But that would mean…

bb:

The *Moon* is the fixed position. That means we’re looking at the collage from a position on The Moon, not The Earth. But that doesn’t make sense.

Hucka D.:

It does if you’re a…

bb:

Don’t say it.

Hucka D.:

Grey.

bb:

Darnit!

(to be continued)

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“I don’t…” 03

“The statuette is the same as the person in the grave. So let’s look at what that means.”

http://egyptmanchester.wordpress.com/2013/02/25/the-mystery-of-the-spinning-statuette/

The inscription on the back pillar reads: “An offering which the king gives to Osiris, Lord of Life, that he may give a voice offering, consisting of bread, beer, oxen and fowl for the Ka-spirit of’. As is known for other statues of this date and type, the man’s name – Nebsenu(?) – is inscribed on the front of the statue’s base. He bears what Alan Gardiner called as “obscure” title: Hry (n) tm. The distribution of the inscriptions suggests that the statuette was prefabricated with the standard offering formula on the back pillar and that the man’s name was added later to the base.

bb:

You’re not going to be able to solve this tonight.

Hucka D.:

*You’re* not[ going to be able to solve this tonight].

bb:

I’ll never know who is in that grave[ either].

Hucka D.:

Oh you’ll know. Do you want to know?

bb:

Not sure.

Hucka D.:

It is a Question Mark with a Capital Q. Beside it is little Wilcockson… identified. This means the whole is Dogpatch or Marble Falls, where Marbles Fall. Dogpatch. There’s a *Diamond Rock* in Whitehead Crossing as well. This is the diamond in the tail of the dog. Tail… foot. The tail wags the dog… the foot pivots the head. See?

bb:

Yeah, kind of Hucka D. I have a cat problem. Hold on.

—–

“Let’s go to the next Whitehead X-ing related collage, which is “2989”. Another coded mystery (!). We are presented with an image from the crossroads where bluesman Robert Johnson sold his soul, Hucka D.”

Hucka D. (chuckling):

Sole.

bb:

This is suppose to be in Rosedale, Mississippi. But some say it’s Clarksdale, instead.

Hucka D.:

Crossroads is Crossings. Whitehead. In Da Woods. But also Highway 61 crossing Highway 49.

https://bakerbloch.wordpress.com/2013/06/07/so-forth-big-log/

bb:

Hucka D., that Winnie the Pooh lego set picture still comes up near the top of a hit list for subject “2989”. Nifty! Original link here.

http://www.peeron.com/inv/theme/LEGO/DUPLO/Winnie_the_Pooh

It’s the largest Winnie the Pooh lego set. Like a city in itself. Whitehead Crossing style.

Hucka D.:

Correct. You can build one[ now].

bb:

TILE.

Hucka D.:

Yes!

—–

“The painter has become a part of the painting.”

—–

“Contraption”

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“Contraption”

“So I made this new collage while we were interpreting “2989”, Hucka D. And it contains the lone lego creation left *out* of the latter, substituted by the green man removing his head in front of the second easel.”

Hucka D.:

It’s the first, but go ahead.

bb:

The Green Man mirrors The Emerald (green grass top of land between Little Whitehead and Whitehead Streams)…

Hucka D.:

Go ahead and show the base photograph [for “2989”].

—–

bb:

Well, I can’t find it Hucka D. A mystery in itself?

Hucka D.:

The Green Man represents The Emerald, the grassy patch atop the plateau between Whitehead and Little Whitehead. How about Rock?

bb:

Oh… yeah. Here’s The Emerald. Full bloom.

Hucka D.:

That’s looking from the opposite direction as [the base photo for] “2989”. Now this gap in the collage where you can see The Emerald is interesting, because you first had The Contraption there, per the overall paste, then you removed The Contraption so you could see The Emerald better in this gap, and then you put a miniature version of your Falmouth Gallery structure there, removed that, and then put the Maine painter, removed her, then inserted the Green Man, who had already appeared in several Stonethwaite collages, the last one — “Cover Up” I believe — related directly to the green algae of an English Lake District tarn.

bb:

Tarn of Leaves, yes.

Hucka D.:

So it was logical to include the man here as well to represent The Emerald. This is his ultimate destination, actually. He *is* The Emerald now.

bb:

Is it Edwardston?

Hucka D.:

Could be. Anyway, that’s the story of the gap[ in “2989”] and why The Contraption isn’t there. That’s the history.

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“Green Man is again accompanied by Gray Man, Hucka D. Just like in “Forgotten Green” and “Cover Up”, the 2 other places he appears in the Falmouth collage series so far. Gray is lack of color. But of course there’s also Gray Rock nearby with its topping Seal Stone.

Hucka D.:

Two things placed one on top of the other, like the Green Man’s head and body or torso.

bb:

Back to “2989”… The picture represents the crossroads, and Whitehead Crossing. But through another recent collage, we understand that The Crossroads is at Big Log, perhaps marked by nearby Orange Hill. In the collage I speak of — “Jasper 04 Revisited” — a rock shaped like a tombstone with an etched in cross is placed atop this hill. It appears just below the middle of Big Log, where Pooh left his honey for 4 Sticks guy in another, smaller collage.

Hucka D.:

That collage [will be discussed next], so go ahead and put up a pic.

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bb:

That’s part 2 of the 2 part animation.

Hucka D.:

Why does Pooh leave this gift for 4 Sticks? He knocks but no one is home in the village. The Pooh gift sits atop a prominent hump of the log. (pause) The number 2989 appears below Pooh’s wagon with the honey. As this animation collage comes directly after the collage called “2989” with this same wagon appearing, among many other lego built objects, we know this is a continuation of some sort. But also keep in mind if you will that the Big Log collage here was created *last* year — it’s really the first Whitehead Crossing collage, then. Big Log is the entrance to 4 Sticks. 4 Sticks does not rule Edward’s Stone or The Emerald or Little Whitehead. That’s off limits.

bb:

How come?

Hucka D.:

We, the bees, had something to do with it. Originally, we were set up in a hole nearby — where the spout is now. The rocks of the spring there now cover the hole for protection. We suspect Uncle Zoe and Aunt Joe were involved[ again].

bb:

So your people were originally set up right next to Little Whitehead. Quite fascinating.

Hucka D.:

Indeed. The Emerald was off limits for building, but a special kind of structure — atomic building block — was created to safely build there. Kind of like Karoz[ for Gene Fade].

bb:

It was a kind of virtual reality.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Now look at “2989” in this new light, with this new knowledge.

bb:

Pooh, rejected by 4 Sticks, must have come to The Emerald to make his new home.

Hucka D.:

He provided the honey to our bees.

(to be continued)

—–

“Contraption” 02

“Big Log is not technically the entrance to 4 Sticks, Hucka D. There’s a middle region of sorts between 4 Sticks and Edward’s Stone.”

Hucka D.:

Whitehead Crossing is a complex region with several nationalities involved. We will not figure this out today. Or tomorrow or the next day. Years down the road. All’s you can do now is trace some of the history through collage, photos and writing. But, especially now, collage. In this day and time.

—–

(16 hrs later):

Hucka D.:

We better return to “2989”. So this is 61 x 49. Your crossroads. Someone came into Whitehead Crossing and had to make a decision at that crossroads. Crossing. Who was it?

bb:

Lead Zeppelin?

Hucka D.:

Well…

bb:

Guy Lombardo? (hehe)

Hucka D.:

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A town is constructed. Perhaps a virtual town or one that doesn’t damage the environment, or The Emerald, etc. Pooh and friends made it. Falmouth Castle or Gallery is at the Crossroads, perhaps perched on Orange Hill. Castle Dundee may be one and the same[ with it]. Falmouth Castle is in “2989” Pooh attempts to cover it with an umbrella, with only no to partial success. He stares at the Korean Channel “E”, the flip or schwa side. This is the side of Karoz, The Limited. Don’t you think Green Man in the collage could be Karoz, baker b.?

bb:

Could be. I’ve thought of that myself, as you might have guessed.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Karoz would look much like that without his blue-green jumper, all moss colored and such. What is the bee? Is it me?

bb:

Unsure, Hucka. But very interesting that your bee home use to be just north of Whitehead Crossing.

Hucka D.:

Right on the eastern edge. Entrance to Mammoth Cave. Sealed by Aunt Joe and Uncle Zoe. We’ll get to them soon[ enough].

bb:

Can’t wait. Winnie the Pooh pulls the same wagon with the honey we see him with in the next collage as well, when he’s actually crossing Big Log into 4 Sticks. That’s at the heart of the Crossing, or Crossroads.

Hucka D.:

You must study that “E”. Whitehead Crossing is at the top of that “E”. Korean Channel[ once more].

bb:

I will. Here’s the following collage, then. Pooh misses 4 Sticks, who shows up a little late, it seems.

Hucka D.:

4 Sticks was always late. Just to be ornery.

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bb:

So the painter becomes part of the painting in the Falmouth collage before “2989”, and now she reappears in “2989”. The Green Man pulling off his head also stares at a duplicate canvas and easel.

Hucka D.:

We better move on to “Sky Diamond”. 4 Sticks returns, but now not in 4 Sticks but instead in south Whitehead Crossing, on a rock beside Green Stream as it passes into the top of the Korean Channel. A log in front of him forms a bridge across this stream, and a Grey Seal passes over it, but seems stuck for now, unable to get behind a projecting branch of the log. This is obviously our Gray Rock/Seal Stone combo again, similarly out of place like 4 Sticks. In a photo insert, we have the rock known as the Welcome Mat, only *slightly* displaced from its position more to the left in the base photo. Then in the sky we have yet another Whitehead Crossing rock, this time Diamond Rock from near 4 Sticks. Again displaced… obviously, since it’s way up in the air, or perhaps perched atop one of the two twinned dead hemlocks in the collage. Perched in this manner, the 2 dead trees become the same height — equalized. This is somewhat like the pillars of Boaz and Jachin fronting the Temple of Solomon. It’s also the entrance to the post-Korean Channel beyond, following Green Stream upstream. From the other direction, it acts as the entrance to this channel, and, more short term, the part of the stream called The Straightaway that runs from Rock Island to Big Island. Small cars line one side of The Straightaway, heading toward the trees. Will they get there? So what does all *this* mean, baker b.? Oh, I forgot to mention that Baker Bloch is beside both the displaced, actual rocks, subtracting the more symbolic Grey Seal.

bb:

The diamond in the air reminds me of Lennon’s Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds. Drug reference?

Hucka D.:

Could be. From the future. Grey Seal is attempting to cross Green Stream to get to the fairy home on the other side, a place you revisited yourself last week. He’s quite near, in the collage, where Rock’s rocket crashed as well. Grey Seal’s nose points to 4 Sticks. Is that the actual name of the dude pictured here?

bb:

Is it?

Hucka D.:

Um.

bb:

Let’s say it is, then.

Hucka D.:

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Rocks are spirits. They can move about — mobilize. Grey Seal obviously. But the others as well. Welcome Mat moves not a lot but some. Diamond Rock can even fly, apparently. They gather at Green Stream, at the tip top of the Korean Channel, for a reason. What is it?

bb:

Again, I don’t know and I’d ask you back the same question.

Hucka D.:

We know, just like the case with your virtual Whitehead Crossing, or VWX Town, that the tail wags the dog. The tail in this case contains a diamond, or a diamond shaped patch to be more accurate. It’s Newton’s dog. Diamond. Named for the patch. And it’s a dingo as well.

bb:

Interesting. And this is like[ VWX Town’s] Westside.

Hucka D.:

I remember that. Cardboard Derek Jones., or C. D. Jones as he started calling himself. Where are we on that?

bb:

Unsure, Hucka D. Westside became the tail that wagged VWX Town because The Diagonal was found to fall upon it. Heterocera’s Diagonal, spanning the entire virtual continent.

Hucka D.:

All the Whitehead Crossing rocks gather at the stream. You better find out why.

bb:

Let’s move to “Ghost Sticks”, a truly scary picture to me, Hucka.

Hucka D.:

Yes! The 2 rocks become the same with the 2 gravestones, head and foot. As you have guessed also, Grey Rock and Seal Stone are Pluto and Charon or Sharon. And as such they are Wazob and Sharon, macro and micro. Diffuse and condensed. Like the grave stones orbit each other in “Fairy Sticks”, so do Pluto and Sharon. You better figure out why.

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bb:

Sticks float ghostly around the composite rocks. They seem to glow. And then we have the “head”? Head stone’s head. It’s not really a head but a picture of a fungus from a 4 Sticks photograph.

Hucka D.:

The tail wags the dog. Sharon wags Pluto and also Wazob. Sunklands wagged Jeogeot. You better rent in Busby.

bb:

Think so?

Hucka D.:

Yes (!) Just do it.

bb:

The Grey Seal here is very different from the cartoon-ish Second Lyfe grey seal in the last collage, Hucka.

Hucka D.:

Two sides, two aspects. Whitehead Crossing needs that stream to draw itself out of itself. The stream unites. Little Whitehead and Whitehead and No Title Spring have differences with each other otherwise. The top of the Korean Channel is a gathering spot for Whitehead entities. The stream talks[ as you know]. Another collage[ of it] might help.

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(to be continued)

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“Contraption” 03

“The last directly Whitehead Crossing related collage presently is “Jasper 04 Revisited.”

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Hucka D.:

Here we have a rock from a neighboring valley — the blog friendly NORRIS, the stream I was briefly married to several years back — placed in the center of Whitehead Crossing. It has a cross, or an “x” if you wish on it. This “x” was not present during my marriage but added later. Is it to mark the rock as a tombstone? Or is it to define it as a symbol of Christianity, perhaps by a follower of that religion? I think the former now.

bb:

I believe I do too, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

So it’s perched on Orange Hill. This is the Jasper 04 Collage referred to in the title. Most of its elements return in the new work.

bb:

But, as I’m looking at it, everything is turned around in the new collage. Facing left instead of right and visa versa. Everything.

Hucka D.:

Baker and dog — dingo — are perched atop a high rock in both. The rock, again, in Jasper 04 Revisited is the one from Norris. Pull up a pic.

https://bakerbloch.wordpress.com/2013/04/05/whitehead-x-ing-04-norris/

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*Is* it a tombstone?

bb:

I don’t think so.

Hucka D.:

You sure?

bb:

Not totally sure, no. It *is* in the ground firmly, that’s for sure.

Hucka D.:

But at any rate, this is the crossroads, or marks the crossroads. “X” marks the spot, and so forth and so on, etc.

bb:

Guitar weilding Mouse is now playing in the middle of Whitehead Stream, Hucka D. Playing the the Von Trapp children that may represent rocks or perhaps white-ish rocks within the stream. Mouse himself may be an island in the stream. In fact, all of them are *on* an [ unnamed] island just below Orange Hill. Orange Hill is the cliff above them, with the Norris rock added to the top now to make it more similar in height or at least picture-wise to the rock cliff of Jasper 04. The island, then, becomes important. *Is* it Mouse Island?

Hucka D.:

A [definite] possibility. Good.

bb:

About the only thing that doesn’t reappear from Jasper 04 in the new work is the Gill’s Pier sign, Hucka. That’s Gill’s Pier, Michigan, where in 2052, according to the legend, Pierre will reappear and all carrcasses will be freed of their restrictive chains.

Hucka D.:

A great event it will be. Get prepared[ even now].

bb:

Mouse will be free to play guitar to the Sound of Music children. He can teach them the ABC’s of Do Re Mi.

Hucka D.:

The fox is opposite the dingo. This is death opposed to life. Valley to peak. Bottom to top. The dingo with its diamond tail is perched atop the cliff, like the diamond was pivoted atop a hemlock tree in the former collage just examined.

bb:

Way back in 2009 we examined Jasper 04, Hucka.

https://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2009/03/04/promised-land-draft/

I remember the triangle. The Triangle. There’s not really the same kind of equal triangle in the repurposed work.

Hucka D.:

Nah.

bb;

But all the pictorial elements return, however.

Hucka D.:

Yeah. Better end.

bb:

Thank you.

—–

Collage Tests

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“Rock, His Story”

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“TILE Worship”

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“We have…

… several new collages to talk about, Hucka D. But I think the process is *finally* winding down. Must spend time on other things.

Hucka D.:

Yeah (laughs).

bb:

Woods *definitely* today. Missed them yesterday.

Hucka D.:

To the collages[ then]!

bb:

Well, “Rock, His Story” is obviously a type of culminating collage, taking and extending pictorial elements from the past number of collages before it. Central to the whole story is Whitehead Crossing’s The Emerald, front and center here.

The Emerald is again represented by Green Lego Man, as it was in “2989” from several days back now. So many collages!

Hucka D.:

Yes, don’t get overwhelmed. Take a deep breath and then proceed.

bb:

Bits and pieces of other Whitehead photos find their way in here. But the base photos come from The Emerald, and both have our hero Rock in them, who is a toy avatar. Rock is the Rambo toy pictured not once or twice but three times within. 3 Rocks, 3 separate photos of the same toy avatar. Since it is so much about him — his story — let’s just look at the pictorial elements in order and spell it out. First the landing…

Hucka D.:

That’s perhaps the most important photo added to the two base ones. Let’s look at this more in depth. Show the reader or readers how this was done.

bb:

Okay, first the base photo…

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… then the first photo added to make it a proper collage. Same original dimensions, but reduced 50 percent all around for the purposes of the collage.

Hucka D.:

No, as I understand it was reduced…

bb:

… yes, reduced 50 percent already. You are correct, Hucka D. But the original photo inside the camera was the same as the first, dimension-wise. I just made this one smaller because the resolution wasn’t that good — that’s how it entered the blog in the first place. Both of these pics were put in the same blog post originally, coming from, let’s see, probably early May 2012. I bet The Emerald is already showing[ this year] Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Correct!

bb:

Here’s the smaller photo, then…

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… and this is how they fit together to manifest the newest collage process proper…

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So there’s your 2 Rocks to begin, and The Emerald as the bridging, landscape element. This is centered upon The Emerald, once again. It revolves around it.

Hucka D.:

What was next?

bb:

There were some tests with the 4 Sticks dude. Eventually a corridor was made along the right side of the smaller base photo, the width of the box that Boss Moss comes in, as already seen in “Unboxed”, an animation from several days ago in 2 parts. So although Rock doesn’t appear in former collages, this Boss Moss does. In the animation he is boxed and then unboxed. Here are the 2 parts[ again]…

In the final version of “Rock, His Story”, we have both boxed and unboxed versions remaining, the unboxed version directly above the boxed version. The boxed version defines the limits of another Whitehead landscape photo added pretty early in the process, and this would be from the percieved center of the 4 Sticks region, not yet appearing in the Falmouth series. Specifically, it’s of 5 bottles set up at this center, the germ of a toy happening that hasn’t taken place yet. My idea is that more bottles from Hucka D.’s stash of 55 or so — also appearing a bit later in the collage at the bottom — would be used to enlarge the germ or seed process.

Hucka D.:

But this hasn’t taken place yet. Yet in the *collage* we’re kind of doing this already. You are, I mean.

bb:

Yes… suppose. So not all 5 bottles are produced. This is the 3rd base photo I’m talking about. It’s reversed or turned left to right as it is introduced into the collage. The 4 Sticks guy was removed at this time, but soon reappears later on the left in not 1 but 4 connected manifestations, that turn around like a wheel. One could assume that this is about the 4 Sticks area as well.

Hucka D. (reinforcing):

This is about 4 Sticks. The core of it, I mean.

bb:

Yeah. It’s about the landing of Rock, I believe, in Whitehead Crossing and then moving through 4 Sticks, as we’ll put it, to reach The Emerald and Edward Stone. His crashed rocket ship from the southern edge of Whitehead Crossing is added next, along with the bottles at the bottom. Here are the 3 involved photos:

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5 bottles marking the center of 4 Sticks.

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Rock’s crashed rocket ship.

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Hucka Doobie’s 55 or so bottles, to the east of 4 Sticks and to the south of The Emerald/Edward Stone.

And then this green lined log was added at a certain point to point to Rock hanging on the branch in the collage’s center, still. He remains there throughout, although in the last stages Green Man stands directly behind him, representing The Emerald himself[ as stated].

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Hucka D.:

Green like The Emerald, okay.

bb:

So what happens is that you have that corridor defined to the right of the smaller base photo within the larger base photo. This is defined by the Boss Moss box, width-wise. The boxed Boss Moss probably represents Rock boxed up, as it were, in his rocket ship, traveling in from still unknown dimensions.

Hucka D. (correcting):

You know where he came from. Virginia.

bb:

Okay, so let’s run with that theory, then. That Rock came from the center of the Synching Creek Designated Mystery Area, the SCDMA.

Hucka D.:

It’s truth (!)

bb:

But Boss Moss also represents The Emerald itself — he’s very green like The Emerald is very green — same green. So the later added Green Lego Man represents The Emerald but so does this Boss Moss. And I should add that Boss Moss has appeared in one other collage of Falmouth, and that’s the big diptych involving Stonethwaite, where you turn all the way around in the center of the village. We’ve already discussed that big collage here [LINK].

Hucka D.:

Yes, this is another big collage, then, and Boss Moss and his even freakier double, partially hiding behind a tree here, return. They are a frame for the Stonethwaite collage, and they act the same for The Emerald in, what was the name of it?

bb:

“Rock, His Story”.

Hucka D.:

And the big Stonethwaite Collage?

bb:

I can’t remember. I’ll have to check.

Hucka D.:

Hurry it up, then.

bb (slightly irritated):

Thanks.

—–

bb (returning):

Well, it doesn’t have a name yet, Hucka D. Let’s just call it Collage 31/32. We’re up to 52 now (!)

Hucka D.:

(!)

bb:

But, like you said, it’s all winding down.

Hucka D.:

Sad. But you gotsta get out in those woods.

bb:

This is the last, big hurrah. This Collage 52.

Hucka D. (hurrying it up):

Rock lands, get’s out of his rocket ship. But now we have you, *baker*, also exiting the ship. This is the same you as seen in the collage before this…

bb:

“Contraption”, yes.

Hucka D.:

Thank you. And the contraption returns as well. It’s in the background of The Emerald. Originally, I remember you had 4 Sticks operating or seeming to turn it here. Now it stands alone. What is it?

bb:

A question to be asking! It is half mine, half the alien’s… I think.

Hucka D.:

No, this is what I think. I believe it is what the aliens are building in the woods, and why they need that metal from Rust Spot. The contraption probably is another ship. You have your toy happenings, and Lion’s Roar is pictured in… what was it again. Oh, I remember: “Contraption”. Duh. So that’s kind of your culminating toy happening so far, moving beyond the earlier Billfork[ event]. And also Whitehead Crossing hasn’t really extended itself in that direction yet. You’ve guessed something else. Do you want to say it?

bb:

About the aliens?

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

I’ve theorized that the not only “own” or call Bill Mountain their territory but the whole of Frank Park. And Herman Park and only that is mine. Now it just so happens that the two legitimate toy happenings so far have taken place in Herman Park — the Billfork and the Lion’s Roar you mentioned. In “Contraption”, my Lion’s Roar is directly juxtaposed with their Rust Spot, which is forbidden fruit, as I know now. Yes, I know!

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

And the colorful contraption sits on top of the Rust Spot stuff — I won’t call it junk because it would be valuable to me[ for a toy event], and it seems to be valuable to the aliens [for a parallel type toy event]. The aliens could be artists.

Hucka D.:

Could be. They like your collages. They helped you with them.

bb:

I don’t doubt it.

Hucka D.:

They are sending you a message about Frank Park and Whitehead Crossing in particular.

bb:

Don’t build there?

Hucka D.:

Umm, not exactly.

bb:

What then?

Hucka D.:

Let’s go back to the base photos[ of “Rock, His Story”]. Rock crash lands on the southern end of Whitehead Crossing. You have his rocket ship pictured to the, left. Rock is outside it. But you know this is just the actor T-Bonz playing rock in the movie Gene Fade is making, “Fade to Moss” I believe is the working title.

bb:

I believe so.

Hucka D.:

He’s requested that Fade produce the funds for a paint job for the old rocket. Fade has resisted.

bb:

But why am *I* coming out of this rocket.

Hucka D.:

You aren’t. T-Bonz is positioning a cut-out of you inside the rocket[ as you’ve also guessed]. You are a rocket man as well, but only as a collage element. Baker Bloch exits too, but he’s just stuff of a collage as well. That’s of course your primary alter ego. I wish I had an alter ego.

bb:

I believe Hucka Doobie is your alter ego, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

No, unfortunately, Hucka D., me, and Hucka Doobie, also me, are the same. You are not the same as Baker Bloch. Not yet.

bb:

Not yet?

Hucka D.:

No.

bb:

Will I be?

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

So we have to move faster. The 4 Sticks guy appears below the rocket in the new collage, spinning around in 4 manifestations. As he is loaded down with sticks on his back, but also has a stick in front to act as a cane, this is the 4 sticks again. 4 sticks — 4 Stick Guys. Dorothy is in the middle of them. Dorothy apppears in “Unboxed” with Boss Moss and also Ray Davies, who also makes a reappearance here to the far right. His figure overlaps one of the 4 Sticks bottles, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Remember your story about Ray and the bottles of Lion’s Roar? That applies here[ LINK].

bb:

Should we end?

Hucka D.:

Yes.

(to be continued)

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“We have… 02

“Dorothy is surrounded by manifestations of the 4 Sticks dude, Hucka D. They appear to revolve around her. This is 4 sticks, because each dude has a single cane or stick. Walking stick, like was in one of the Jasper collages.

Hucka D.:

Several. Thank you for waking me up at such an early hour.

bb:

Well you’re welcome. You always seem to want to be a part of these interpretation posts.

Hucka D.:

I do. But thanks again.

bb:

Right. My feeling I had last night after reviewing what we’d said about the collage [“Rock, His Story”] so far is that Dorothy is cursed somehow — surrounded by a curse. In the primary or original Oz story she also crash lands[ in her aunt and uncle’s farmhouse] in a foreign world. I’ve made that assoc. before. So Rock is her and her is Rock. I wonder if she is already at 4 Sticks, waiting on Rock.

Hucka D.:

She’s not in this story. She’s just a stand in for Rock.

bb:

But[ on the other hand], we have The Emerald as perhaps a final destination, or at least it is in the framework of this collage. The Emerald is front and center. Dorothy and her new friends seeked the Emerald City. The green lined log at the bottom of the collage may stand in for the Yellow Brick Road. They would have quote unquote reassuring green thoughts[ of the Emerald City and gifts to be received there] while journeying down that sometimes dangerous road. Safety and an endpoint was ahead.

Hucka D.:

You mean the big green dude. Well, he *can* remove his head, obviously, and live to tell the tale. So that’s like Brainard from the Wizard of Oz.

bb:

But he’s not called Brainard in the book.

Hucka D.:

I’d check before saying that.

bb:

I don’t have to check, Hucka D. I made the character Brainard up based on the Wizard of Oz and also a map name. Remember?

Hucka D.:

No. [But I’ll take your word for it for now]. This is Oz the Terrible if not Brainard the Terrible, then. They get there and they encounter this enormous, ferocious head instead of the kindly wizard they seeked. And then they’re sent away without receiving any gifts atall. They’re told to kill a powerful witch, a seemingly impossible task. If we weren’t watching a movie, we’d say balderdash and turn away to avoid seeing the carnage.

bb:

Truth, Hucka D. But fairy tales don’t work that way. Usually. (pause to look at collage) Rock’s climbing on the green dude’s head. What’s that mean?

Hucka D.:

He’s scaling the problem. He has superhuman powers within the confines of *Gene Fade’s* movie. “Fade to Moss”, I believe. So Rock crash lands in *that* movie just like Dorothy does in the original Oz film. He walks past Seal Stone and Grey Rock. They’re bickering, like Newton and Jasper sometimes do in your virtual villages.

bb:

Interesting new take on the subject (!)

Hucka D.:

Grey Rock just wants to be left alone. But Seal Stone is there pestering him most of the time. They can become one and move about. They’ve been all over Whitehead Crossing together. Alone they are sedentary. As such they’re pictured like a grey seal, often with a ball or something manifesting about the nose area, like in “Sky Diamond” [another recent Whitehead Crossing collage].

bb:

So in the movie, Rock encounters an actual, grey seal.

Hucka D.:

Yes, according to the script (Hucka D. is heard rustling papers here), on page 51 there is an encounter with a grey seal soon after landing. It is trying to cross Green Stream, but a branch is in its way. It doesn’t want to jump in the water and wade across — apparently (more paper rustling) — checking back a page — the seal doesn’t like water. Strange seal! And it says here that 4 Sticks — that’s his name in the script as well — he’s on the opposite side laughing at the seal all the time. He’s, um, apparently put a curse on the seal so that it can’t cross Green Stream in that direction; has to remain in Whitehead Crossing proper. But 4 Sticks can cross the bridge and visit The Fairy any time he wishes. The Fairy does not like Grey Seal.

bb:

Is the Fairy Elton John?

Hucka D.:

He wears red ruby slippers[ like John does on the cover of Goodbye Yellow Brick Road]. Apparently John has given up on Whitehead Crossing. He steps backwards across the Green Stream, never to return. We last see him walking backwards up Greene Knob to the east.

bb:

Are you sure you’re still reading the script and not off the map now?

Hucka D.:

No. I’m improvising[ true enough].

bb:

Well maybe we should get back to the script.

Hucka D.:

There is no script. It’s just me rustling some old newspaper. Sound effects. Effective in Nowhereland[ where we talk in].

bb:

I believed you!

Hucka D.:

Do you want me to continue[ anyway]?

bb:

Eh. Sure.

Hucka D.:

… steps backwards across the creek, never to return. He keeps walking backwards up to the top of neighboring Greene Knob to the east. He build as hut on top, but he still can only walk backwards. You found his hutch.

bb:

Yeah I guess I did. Go on sir…

Hucka D.:

The Fairy obviously abandoned his home on the opposite side of Green Stream, but he still stayed there sometime. Instead he went elsewhere. He went to Doug. That’s another stream to the west. There he met additional fairies. For there were fairies in Whitehead Crossing already. And toy avatars of course. And bees. And Mossmen — but that’s kind of a toy.

bb:

Are they really, though?

Hucka D.:

We better return to the collage[ however much I’m enjoying this].

bb:

Well (looks again), the green being is The Emerald is the Emerald City of Oz. An ultimate destination, seemingly. Once you pass Green Turtle you know you’re there. Edward Stone.

Hucka D.:

In the center of the collage we have 3 figures. We have the green guy, with the branch Rock hands from representing his spine or backbone. Rock may then be a chiropractor adjusting the spine. This is your spine.

bb:

I suppose it could be.

Hucka D.:

That’s your Emerald City right now. To find a back specialist and allow him to help you.

bb:

Suppose.

Hucka D.:

Rock is that specialist. That’s his occupation.

bb:

Hmm. What about the strange looking artist. She’s acquired an eye and a beak, like a bird-woman now. But it’s a composite figure. Eye from 12 Oz Mouse returns, as he was in the Dock Tarn related collages (coming just before the Whitehead Crossing related collage under discussion).

Hucka D.:

She’s painting a picture so that she can move into it, as before (“Painter>Painting” collage).

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The painting is also your collage or collages, and your Falmouth Gallery is positioned just below the canvas to reinforce that. You enter the collage just as she enters her painting. And your gallery is also pictured on that earlier collage (above). This is Little Whitehead.

bb:

That’s a whole ‘nother chunk of information, Hucka D. The Little Whitehead, Maine to Little Whitehead, NC bridge.

Hucka D.:

It’s another bridge. We know it can be a time bridge now. Can 4 Sticks cross[ and so on]?

bb:

I’m not sure.

Hucka D.:

Can 4 Sticks cross the Big Log and get out of his namesake berg?

bb:

Something to think about.

Hucka D.:

Maybe the *curse* also keeps him confined to 4 Sticks. He cannot cross Whitehead Crossing in that direction. He must remain south of the stream.

bb:

Interesting new development, Hucka D.[ if so].

Hucka D.:

*But*, if someone enters 4 Sticks improperly, across that Big Log or perhaps another bridge or log, then *they* are trapped. Black Dog. So it’s interesting we have Kevin in the new collage, from Up. Kevin is the one cursed, unable to reach True Home. He is hauled back to the Charles Muntz lair in the zeppelin. Big Balloon. The zeppelin approximates Carl’s house.

bb:

Interesting. Let me take a look at him[ in the collage]. One of his eyes subs for one of Boss Moss’ eyes. The two are one. In an earlier Falmouth collage…

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… one of Kevin’s eyes similarly substitutes for an eye of Howl’s Moving Castle. We associated the 2 together at the time because both are main characters, as it were, from single movie carrcasses, Hucka D. One is about Up, and one is about Howl’s Moving Castle, the movie named for the object or character. Because it is a living thing in the film. Both are desired objects in the film.

Hucka D.:

Kevin is being used *as stilts* in the film, in the collage. You better end.

bb:

Thank you.

(to be continued)

—–

“We have… 03

“Hucka D., this collage just gets deeper and deeper potentially. First off, the middle of the collage seems to create an animation, since I can’t decide whether to ultimately keep the Green Man and Painting Woman w/ easel within. That’s the first odd thing. But then today, this morning, decided that this middle can be overlapped with the 4 Sticks phenomenon of Maryland/Pennsylvania. If so, the collage acts as a window into GNIRPS, um, a portal. Let me insert the little overlap I came up with. The original discussion of the 4 Sticks MD/PA material is here.

https://bakerbloch.wordpress.com/2013/04/26/whitehead-x-ing-notes/

Then I did some editing, reduced the overall picture to 75 percent, and overlapped it in the most logical way I could find with “Rock, His Story.”

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Then I recreated the 4 Sticks in a clean picture.

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A clue for doing this, or a cue I suppose, was that Russell, the child in Up, uses Kevin as stilts in the middle portion of the collage. It was a small, logical jump to incorporating Stiltz, Pennsylvania/Maryland, since I’d already assoc. that town with stilts — up and down sticks as it were. But the cool thing is that you can align the central line, with the upper part at *Sticks* (Pennsylvania), with the central stick of the collage, the one Rock emphasizes by climbing up it, and also, now, acts as a symbol of the Green Lego Man’s spinal chord, it appears. Roller at the bottom then also becomes a stick, but a large one, more commonly called a log, which, because of its breadth, can often *roll*. Roller = green lined log at the bottom of “Rock, His Story”. Hucka D.? Hmm, maybe not awake yet. Anyhoot, then Lineboro is to the left to complete the 4 compass directions. As Kevin is equated with Boss Moss, since both donate one eye to a composite being, then the angular, similarly sized Freakie peaking out from behind the tree to the left would represents his double and opposite, as we’ve already spoken about before. This is Lineboro.

If we simply reverse the collage [and toggle back and forth], more interesting things happen.

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The pivot point of the 4 Sticks insert becomes not the center of the lines, but Sticks, Pennsylvania at the top. It waggles around this stable point. The 4 Sticks dude revolving around himself is overlapped with the actual 4 Sticks region of Whitehead X-ing to the right in the original. Dorothy finds an obvious double in Wythe’s Christina, Baker b. coming out of the rocketship overlaps Baker Bloch on the bottle — direct hit there.

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Hucka D. (now studying this information as well):

The colorful Kevin bird seems to double for the likewise colorful Contraption behind it. I think it’s a comment on the latter — former to latter. Kevin is a unique, exotic bird. The world at large does not even believe such a bird exists. Yet Charles Muntz has devoted his life to prove otherwise, in his vanity. He wishes to capture Kevin to show the world that he’s not a fraud. Kevin is the Contraption. (pause) Kevin is freaky like Boss Moss, then. 2 Freaks; a composite one freak, each donating an eye. Eye eye. Boss Moss freed from his box existence represents Kevin in the wild, his home, and not captive like Muntz would desire. He’s a Tall Cool One, so another Lead Zeppelin, Robert Plant Variant reference. Nice. Like Big Log, which will come later[ in a later carrcass, Hucka D. probably means here]. Boxed Boss Moss (and by assoc., a captive Kevin) stands for slavery, like in the South below the Mason-Dixon Line in the antebellum times. Opposite of freedom.

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“[Elton John’s] Philadelphia Freedom, Hucka D., must represent freedom of the African-American peoples. *This* collage will be in GNIRPS.”

Hucka D.:

Has to be[ now].

bb:

Rock climbing up the stick is like slaves climbing north to freedom. A struggle, sometime Herculean, but ultimately worth it. Climb up!

Hucka D.:

Rock straddles the line. Elton John in Philadelphia Freedom mode assists. Can I be of assistance today?

bb:

4 Sticks dude somehow manipulating the colorful contraption beside Elton probably represents Muntz again and entrapment/slavery. 4 Sticks plays in Carrcass-3 as Kevin escapes Muntz and his dogs, lead by a Black Dog.

(to be continued?)