Baker Blinker Blog Book IV: Jeogeot II 03b (Dec/Jan 2010 02 of 03)


The Far And Yd Influence of Carrcass-1

I’m going to attempt some words myself before bringing in Hucka D., perhaps, regarding this important subject.

Sapphire:

Hidden influence… gravity… hole.

bb:

Oh, you’re here already (!)

Sapphire:

Here to protect. Hucka D. sent me over.

bb:

Protect against what’s-out-there?

Sapphire:

That 36-circle — those 36-circles — are a game of Madagascar solitaire with the center removed. Hole.

bb:

ESBUM Michigan. Or just the UM part, then. Want to talk about ESBUM instead?

Sapphire:

Yes.

bb:

You want me to start, then?

Sapphire:

(no answer)

bb:

First off, this is not quite what I expected for this post. I wanted to give my overview of the Carrcasses… but Sapphire is instead directing me back to think of Esbum Michigan, an old avatar since deleted. First of this year… 2009 (is when it happened). Esbum is the carrcass, then?

Sapphire:

Yes?

bb:

Can I talk about Carrcass-2 and Carrcass-3 in any detail, Sapphire? Or will Hucka D. allow me to do so?

Sapphire:

(pause) He will let you speak of Esbum. Michigan.

bb:

Can I at least ask about the next Carrcass? Carrcass-4, I suppose.

Sapphire:

(no answer)

bb:

How about the Ancients? The original Ones of this blog. Missing Piece?

Sapphire:

Missing Piece is fine.

bb:

The 37th. Beyond the 36. Even to odd, then. The piece removed to start the play of game. The void center. The 37th piece of the old Temple of TILE. Removed from the temple and placed into Esbum’s Pond, turning it into a single pond, but almost immediately wiped off the grid. The whole Delphic Archipelago, Sapphire.

Sapphire:

She never got over this loss, as I understand it baker b. Then she herself was deleted.

bb:

We had to. She got out of control. Downward spiral and all.

Sapphire:

She has returned.

bb:

Odd… what do you mean by that?

Sapphire:

In order to go forward you must go backwards.

bb:

Are you talking about the progression of [carrcasses]?

Sapphire:

Meddletown is an answer.* A part of the path forward that also returns. You are at the center and must move backwards and forward at once. I am along the path as well.

bb:

Should I have… never mind.

Hucka D.:

I have arrived in time for dessert. Hello baker b.

bb:

That it for Sapphire?

Hucka D.:

Tonight maybe.

bb:

Why don’t you want me to speak about the subject I intended to tonight?

Hucka D.:

You can talk about anything you want to, baker b. It’s your blog. The Baker Blinker Blog. BB’s blog… make that bb’s blog.

bb:

(pause) I had so much to say… like it just evaporated…

Hucka D.:

Cat got your tongue[, then]?

bb:

Maybe I should just look over the Chilbo proposal… maybe return to this post later on.

Hucka D.:

You best look to Michigan and Kentucky. Back to roots. Source. Sapphire is correct… you are in the center and the way out is in both directions. It’s always, “what next?”, but in this case it’s also “what went on before?” You can’t keep mounting material after material in an endless fashion.

bb:

Is this the beginning of the end of the blog here, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

You have a plan.

bb:

Yes, a 7 year plan (for the blog).

Hucka D.:

Better shorten it (!)

bb (defending his claim):

I am a resident now, Hucka D. That counts (for something).

Hucka D.:

You know what I’m going to say.

bb:

Chilbo needs Korean Channel needs Sunklands needs Chilbo… what exactly does that mean, though?

Hucka D.:

I want to call in someone else but there’s no one left tonight. Greenup Yd perhaps? (calling): Greenup?

Greenup Yd:

Here. Beer. We’re. Steer. Clear. Cheers! Cheer, I meant. Mean. Clean. Meat. Wheat. Seat. Sofa. Cushion. Fall. Wiped. Clean. Ocean. Esbum. Michigan. Michigan.

bb:

Is Esbum Michigan inside, somehow, the Nascera continent, Greenup Yd?

Greenup Yd:

Fascinating GY. Yes.

bb:

At the Infohub?

Greenup Yd:

Water… ocean. Clean. game. Clear. Same. Sane. Ocean. Sane. Offer. Ocean. Sanity. Sanitized.

bb:

In the southern river, then?

Hucka D.:

We better end. Thank you all.

(to be continued?)

*****

* Meddletown is apparently the same as the Meddledown sim of what I call Yd Island (pronounced: Wide Island). Interesting new development on that front for sure! I’ll talk soon about that.


Carrcass-4…

Greenup Yd:

Winkipoo Oblong Staccato Wiship… Worship. Overlong due roadside attraction. I heart Hucka Doobies. Wiship. Stalement. Oblong. Justifica… Justinif…

bb:

Emperor Justinian?

Greenup Yd:

Justin. Just. In. Justin.

bb:

Constantinople, then. Care to elaborate? Residents?

Greenup Yd:

Wholey Moley. Roadside. Wirship. Attraction. Operatic. Opera. Opra. Ockra. (pause) Oblong. Ocean. Situational. Institutional. Ized. Iffy quam moaty boatite. Willy oblong situational opie boatie boutique. Ramshak article situation. Red. Green. Blue. Operational. Situational. Sit (pause).

bb:

Dunno. Esbum Michigan?

Greenup Yd:

Clean. Green. Obscene (asked as a question).* Willy worship oblong quartet. Motet. Insti… Article. Ramshak. Divine. Invasion? Remodification. Oblong Putrefica… Putrefaction. Rejacktion. Articleaction. Saction. Sanctions. Remote. Invasion. Remote. Invasion. Satire. Sartys… Sarte… Pen… guin. Guin. Gwen. Sten. Rem. Dream. Drem. Rem. Dereamamamammamammamaa….

bb:

Ocean?

(to be continued?)

*****

* I wonder if the Secret History is being indicated here in some manner?


Meddledown > Atladia (& New Bunny Head!)

Baker Bloch finds Kou Umaga’s spiffy place in Meddledown, just below the Tickles and Bites Gallery.

Some of what he found there in terms of airships and underlying mechanics mystified the easily mystified Baker Bloch.

Tickles and Bites Gallery. Some really nice art in here, Blochs thinks to himself. He’s a bit jealous, admittedly.

Then in studying Kou’s SL profile, Baker decides to teleport to a void sim he owns called Varieto.

Maps! Baker’s a kid in a candy shop amongst such things. 🙂 Can’t remember if I’ve explained it on this blog or not, but Kou has created one of the largest and most updated SL map collections; just google any mainland continent name and his stuff will immediately pop up. And that’s how I discovered him: through a google search on “Jeogeot”. My blog material came up since I mention the continent’s name a lot in it, I suppose, and then his material shows up early and often too. And it was only after I linked one of his map tours of SL to my “About Page” that I realized this person lived in Meddledown, the very sim I assigned the Cornfields to live in almost at the same time (!) Knew something odd was going on again.

Interesting underwater terraforming in Varieto.

*Then* I found — creepers! — a giant Rabbit Head, and from a man who lives, or, more correctly has a second home on the same island (what I call Yd Island) as the Rabbit Head found just last month in Villeneuve by Baker. Not that weird that an avatar with a rabbit form has a giant rabbit head. It’s more a combination of a number of things. Doesn’t stop there, though.

More scenes from Varieto.

Another map: Varieto is part of an archipelago of what looks to be mainly Japanese inhabited islands called Atladia.


Sapphire, Etc.

“Sapphire, I see your mother has added some photos about you on her facebook account. Have any comments by chance?”

Sapphire:

She’s not really my mother.

bb:

So you have disowned her, hehe.

Sapphire:

No. That’s all fun and games… I prefer serious channels.

*****

bb:

Sapphire, do you know this Japanese gentleman? He is from Meddledown, after all. Or what you seem to, at times at least, call Meddletown.

Sapphire:

It is a she. She is a sister of sorts. Jeogeot.

bb:

Sister of yours?

Sapphire:

No comment.

bb:

OK, looks like Kou is a unisex name in Japan, Sapphire.

*****

That’s a beautiful picture by Kou Umaga, including the golden goddess Nautilus City statue I was just writing about today

Sapphire:

We can talk of Carrcass-1 today, baker b. Hucka D. gave me a green light of sorts.

bb:

OK, what’s changed in one day? Just out of curiosity.

Sapphire:

The weather (smiles).

bb:

Good enough. You want to start?

Sapphire:

Sure. Baker Blinker and Baker Bloch must fuse into one entity called [delete name].

bb:

That’s already kind of happened, Sapphire.

Sapphire (continuing):

They live in the same place. They are the new Adam and Eve. Or Adams and Eva. The relationship to the Cornfields is… (pause)

bb:

Sapphire? Ms. Cornfield?

Sapphire:

Here’s Hucka D. Bye!

Hucka D.:

Fascinating visitor from the East, baker b., don’t you think?

bb:

Sapphire? Oh… you mean Kou.

Hucka D.:

Both!

bb:

You’re twinning the two together for some reason.

Hucka D.:

You need help. Jeogeot.

bb:

Sorry I missed re-reading, in depth, the Chilbo proposal to join the Linden Lab Community Partnership Program. But my vote probably doesn’t really matter in this, um, matter.

Hucka D.:

Not really. You need to focus on the sacred triangle of Chilbo-Korean Channel-Sunklands, and you can do it through your gallery and this blog. You do not really need to contribute anything else. If they (Chilbo) need something, they’ll ask.

bb:

Good to know. Sapphire and I were about to discuss Carrcass-1, Hucka D., when she got… well, she went away for some reason.

Hucka D.:

Yes, the green light. Shoot, then.

bb:

She was going to start first, I believe. Can you start in her place? She mentioned The Bakers.

Hucka D.:

The Bakers and The Cornfields appear side-by-side now. Sapphire is the child of both. Kou too… maybe. Jeogeot.

bb:

I know or understand The Cornfields –Sapphire’s mother and father? — are not going to attempt to rent on Nascera right now and will stay in Meddledown on Yd Island. Is Kou simply another form of Cornfield or sumtin?

Hucka D.:

Yes. Blend. Blending in. Rabbit… Head. Fascinating GY.

Greenup Yd (answering):

Fascinating Hucka Doobie. (pause)

bb:

Hmmmm. Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

Yes?

bb:

Carrcass-1 perhaps, now?

Hucka D.:

Ozmo. The Bakers as one. Cornfields as one as well now. Meddledown which is the same as Meddletown. Make/create Meddletown, baker b. Collage town.

bb:

Thank you. And Sapphire. Happy New Years.

Hucka D.:

Same to you and yours.


Options…

Very pleased with blog and SL progress in 2009. Finished the 4+ year project called the 10×10 in March (100 collages) and subsequently designed a 30x30x30 meter virtual gallery (newest version of the Edwardston Station Gallery) to house them. Wrote extensively about all collages of the final series of this work (Wheeler-Japser) on the blog in Jan-Mar. Created new carrcasses, 2 to be exact, after the lone one of the year before. However, the 2 (= 18) were each 1/2 as big as the 1 (= 36), equaling things out as it were. Disappointed that Hucka D. doesn’t want to talk about those on the blog now, but will get to that in a moment. Also pretty pleased with progress of real life photography, although it never seems I take enough of those type of pics. Pleased with my at least peripheral attachment to the SL Chilbo community, and my seeming rootedness on the Jeogeot continent they and I are located on now (Sunklands). Pleased with beginning of blog snapshot based exhibits generated for the Something To Chro About gallery in Healy after the completion of the 10×10 in that exhibit space. In second part of year, Chilbo (and Jeogeot as whole) essentially replaced Yapland (Healy and also Sansara-centric viewpoint of SL) as my window to the outside, virtual world, a larger group. Both 10×10, Edna’s photographs, and blog based exhibits are now housed in the Big E Gallery in Sunklands, certainly my summarizing SL gallery so far, and largest. In its center is the old Edwardston Station Gallery and the 100 collages of the 10×10. Fairly pleased with map research progress in tangent with SL exploration.

2010 emphases:

1) map research: I’m not sure if this can be accomplished through this blog — it has been in spots in the past — but it’s an old (pre-blog) focus that must be largely jumpstarted. This may take away time from generating other types of blog posts.*
2) Carrcasses: These seem to have been unaffected by the blog progress of 2008-9, except to take away from SL exploring at night. I see what I call a Carrcass-4 coming up, perhaps a larger work than even Carrcass-1. But all attempts at an approach have been basically twarted so far. Much of the energy of the blog, as it has “secretly” been in the past at times, must be devoted, however, to generating the energy bed for Carrcass-4 and other carrcasses that will eventually follow. May return to this subject.**
3) rl photography (toy avatar tie in): I live in a beautiful, special part of the world. I want to take more photographs of it, but my skills and camera (which I *don’t* want to trade up for now) are limiting me. I probably throw away close to 95 per cent of all rl photos I take, a much higher percentage of throwaways than SL photographs, which are much more controllable. But I want to focus on taking more rl photos in 2010, and also developing further the attached toy avatar mythology, perhaps. A possibility is staying on Yd Island to create this focus, and move away from Sunklands. That’s a big debate looming fairly soon — perhaps not in Jan. but possibly in Feb.
*But* I should add that I created absolutely *no* rl photos before the blog — SL photography pulled me into RL photography. So the blog has been super helpful in this.
4) writing: Blog text generation is very pleasing and satisfying. I gave up the idea of writing an actual novel many years ago, although later in life I see 1 or 2 springing up nonetheless, and perhaps quite quickly. The summary of my pure writing is probably both the writing 10×10, which predates the art 10×10 (summary, in turn, of my art generation), and the Paradox documents of 2003-2005. Paradox II may be the closest I’ll come to writing anything like a regular book in the coming years. Need to polish that up as well — decide how to disseminate. Self publication seems to be the best route; same for the 10×10. How to classify these? They are hypertext works (as is the blog itself, probably in a larger way).
But the blog is probably the summary of my writing experience so far as well. Very pleased with the development of the Hucka D. character, which, I feel, allows me to gain access to information in a much quicker manner than just “on my own”. Discovered this type of exteriorize internal dialog in Floydadada of 2007, when I talked to S.F. through it.
5) Diary notebooks: These have been replaced by the day-by-day progress of the blog, it seems, although I always have a notebook for writing entries (written out in pen — usually notes for the blog, or carrcasses or other such things — map research sometimes. The ring binder style of these notebooks petered out in the early 2000s.

Long term goals:

writing: self publication of writing 10×10 (as a whole… refuse to break it down into parts, I think), the Paradox documents (Paradox interview, Floydada, Paradox II), a SID’s 1st Oz related interview (Booker T.) and, well, this blog, which may be publishable in some future form. I plan to preserve it — let’s put it that way. All writing before the writing 10×10 doesn’t really count, I don’t feel, although several stories may be saved (Merging Tracks, and, esp., The High Octave Story). I know I want to keep writing in this blog, and am happy with my writing progress through it. I have limitations in this area (most people do, though), and I feel a hypertext situation suits my lack of ability to focus on one thing for too long. Again, the blog may be the best material I’ve written, and most “valuable” so far. All future writing, certainly, will build upon it. I don’t want to end the blog now for certain, just define how to keep progressing with it.

art: art 10×10 is focus. All material before that just supports this work. It’s found only in its entirety in a virtual setting (Edwardston Station Gallery). Probably need to get it out in the RL somewhere as well. Have some plans for a CHRO based art (CHRO = system), but we’ll see. CHRO system can also be used in generating new music.
Animation (connected subject): Still have in mind to extend the 10×10 through animation in the future, perhaps moving to England for a spell to accomplish this. This subject may start to penetrate into the blog as well. Focus will be on the Lake District of England, a kind of counterpart to the area I actually live in now; similar environment.

music: My music has essentially been absorbed into other fields, probably the carrcasses most of all. Want to still publish at least one keyboard album (Keyboard Album I), and then 1 or 2 suites from Keyboard Album II. I see music now as mainly supporting synchronicity studies, mainly carrcasses but also map research. The art 10×10 may eventually be seen as just supporting the carrcasses as well. *But* I have plans to renew keyboard playing sometime, probably going further into the CHRO system as a support for this. CHRO system lends itself to computer generated music perhaps as well.

TILE:
This is an interesting subject. Blog entries certainly have helped but more needs to be done. The Temple of TILE in SL is certainly an interesting, new development in this subject. I am probably a Tilest above all. This ties into RL photography and exploring in a direct way as well. TILE is directly linked, now, to carrcasses and also map research, along with writing (currently: the blog).

SL: I presently “live” in Sunklands on the Jeogeot continent, and am peripherally attached to the well established mainland community of Chilbo not far to the east. The Big E gallery is the summary of my gallery experience in SL. Take photos almost nightly of my explorations for the blog, and then create accompanying text. Possibilities: certainly should look in to transferring these pics to flickr or equivalent, or at least backing the blog up in other ways. Flickr preservation is not yet a focus. I see SL photos as me in the moment, and not as art pieces (self contained) themselves. The 10×10 collages are more self contained, especially in certain series (thinking here of the Rose Hill series), but also lend themselves to a larger story. This is much like blog entries or even blog series — they are best seen as part of a larger overarching work.

Keywords that may pop up or pop up more in coming year (or not):

Noozob. Mythos. Sunklands (it will continue at least), Nascera (continent will expand), Yd Island (I will continue to be attached; HOLE), Toy avatars, Frank/Herman Parks, TILE, Carrcass-1 or Carrcass, Heartland USA Tour.

Let’s bring in Hucka D. “Hucka D.?”

Hucka D.:

Maps will be a focus for a time. Move to Yd Island and save money, then, for research on Carrcass-4. I will talk to you some about it now. COLORS. TILE.

bb:

Carrcass-4 is going to be larger than two previous Carrcasses, isn’t it?

Hucka D.:

More defining, yes. The Rainbow Sphere will come into play. It will be at the center, along with Dark Side of the Rainbow. You have or are now coming full circle. You must look over all old notes. Yes, we must create the energy bed, as you say. It is a moving target, like a moving island. You must look away to see it. Sapphire is helping. “Sapphire?”

Sapphire:

Yes. Yup.

Hucka D.:

baker b. needs to speak with you now.

Sapphire:

Hi baker b. I am Sapphire. I am Yd Island. I am Greenup Yd. I am VILE. I am LOVE. I am.

bb:

I know you can’t tell me if I should give up Sunklands.

Sapphire:

No one will visit. Why keep it? You’ve done it, now knock it down. Move to Yd Island permanently. Be near The Hole. Be continually aware of the connection with the new Nascera continent through my parents or aunt and uncle — whichever. Meddledown equals Meddletown. You are west and he or she is east. My parents (or aunt and uncle).

bb:

Is Vileness Fish the same as Greenup Yd?

Sapphire:

Explore The Hole more and get back with us. Goodnight!

*****

* Examples are here.
**Write out Defining List for SID’s 1st Oz as well.


Chilbo, Jeogeot (Other), Yd Island, Nautilus Cy., Steelhead (Briefly)

A low res shot of Baker Bloch sitting on the edge of Eschwan Park just behind his small office in Chilbo. The large, black schwa is positioned almost edge-wise to Baker here, visible just beneath the central trees.

Then its on to biking around Jeogeot. Baker — or I suppose I should say, I set Baker down at a basically randomly chosen point on one of the continent’s several roads: somewhere in the north central part of the landmass not extensively explored by Blochs yet.

But soon the landing spot didn’t seem so random after all, as Baker quickly came across — in Yeot (see above!) — another cache of the same Kou Umaga crafted maps he had just seen in Varieto. Too odd (once more)! At first I thought that this might be a new location for what Kou calls The Explorer’s Information Center of Jeogeot itself, which I’d seen on his map of the continent over in Varieto, a map also present in this smaller shop (directly in front of Baker below). I say “new” here because the dot marking the information center on the map is actually in Sunklands, quite a distance away from Baker’s current location. But later on I find that the Explorer’s Information Center is still in Sunklands; admittedly I still haven’t cleared up the mystery as to why the maps appear in this particular location, not owned by Kou himself or affiliated with a group he belongs to, apparently.

Baker keeps biking around Jeogeot in the immediate area around the map shop. A weird cloud formation encountered just south of Yeot (explosion?) doesn’t help to settle his nerves down.

The same night, again if I remember correctly, Baker goes over to the Villeneuve forest and finds yet another smoke/particle formation, this time from a set of bullets of some sort.

The Measure — what *do* these glyphs mean, if anything?

Another mission Baker wanted to accomplish the same night, I believe, was to hop over to Nautilus Island just below Yd Island and examine both the oversized and regular sized chessboards he knew existed there from his visits in the Fall of 2008. He decides to set down a certain distance from the larger chessboard and bike into the location, taking in the scenery a bit. On his way, he finds this rounded hill in the interior of the island that he didn’t know existed before — he thought this residential interior was totally flat, although he knew hills, especially one quite high example, existed more on the island’s fringes (coastlines).

A couple sims further north and west and he finds the chessboard, just as he remembered it.

An examination reveals that the black queen was not “on her color”, indicated that she should actually be switched with the black king to create the correct initial placements.

And the same situation existed on the regular sized chessboard found on the large, circular plateau of the island (the walled Citadel), within its central temple.

Then fellow explorer Nish Mip, after reading my post (or, more correctly, looking at the post photos, since I’m only creating the accompanying text several days later), pointed out that she’d seen the exact same object in Steelhead 2 days prior. Asap, I went over, then, and took this picture.


Thank you for starting…

Make/make Meddletown, baker b. Collage.”

bb:

Thank you for starting, Hucka D. Does this, then, relate to… (pause) well take a look at this, Hucka D. The Makemake dwarf planet was originally and unofficially known as Easterbunny (!). And I think you’re going to say that the kind of companion dwarf planet to Makemake is involved as well. Let’s see… this would be Haumea, a very peculiar type of dwarf planet, Hucka D., because it is football shaped and not a sphere. Very unusual for a body its size.

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

Haumea shares roughly the same orbit as Makemake… its closest relative for certain in the Solar System, as discussed a bit in this astrology oriented blog post. And with a preliminary name of Santa, to correspond with Makemake’s own preliminary name of Easterbunny. Very interesting indeed. (pause). Haumea looks a bit like an easter egg as well, rolling around in its orbit.

And it is similar in shape to the object the river goddess in the southern waters or channel of Nascera is holding — there’s two river goddess statues in these waters, as I eventually found out.

And twins to those also appearing in Nautilus City. Chess is involved here as well, Hucka D. I think the two queens, black and white, are important. And then I forgot to mention above about the second pair of river goddess statues in this Nascera channel, which *don’t* have doubles in Nautilus City as far as I have explored it.

I think it’s obvious that I need to study these 4 statues more and their relationship both figuratively and symbolically. Is *this* Meddletown, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

Meddletown is on Yd Island. Yd like Yards.

bb:

I think you’re also going to say that the Quadrobeavs put the Rabbit Head or Bunny Head on Yd Island, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Yes. I am. I was.

bb:

This is the Story of the Hare Who Lost His Spectacles translated, perhaps, into their Hare Who Lost His Hair (?)

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

According to the Quadrobeav mythology, Hucka D., those hares then shed their hair (coats) to reveal themselves as eggs underneath it, specifically described as *easter eggs*. Again, according to an already established mythology for those beavers in Herman Park. Formerly of Herman Park, I suppose.

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

OK… also I think Maken, West Virginia may be involved in this, since we have “Make” again, and also *twin* houses at the mouth of Wizardism Creek next to Lake Floyd. This is also the symbolic head of your Middle Island Creek, the longest creek in the world according to some sources and, in the middle, looping almost completely around itself to form The Jug, perhaps a purposeful Klein Bottle situation.

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

But I also think that you may think Yeot plays a role in this new development, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Yeot.

bb:

The Fuschia Diamond.

Hucka D.:

Close! Hiding point… place.

bb:

Is this possibly the spot (?!)

Hucka D.:

You better move on now to Sapphire. Here she is. Come on in darling.

Sapphire:

Creepy, Hucka D. Hi baker b. Just kidding Hucka D. Hello.

bb:

Hi Sapphire. Do you know about Yeot?

Sapphire:

Yes?

bb:

Is that Floaty Pond by chance? Is that *the* hill behind it or beside it?

Sapphire:

Yes?

bb:

That Explorer’s Club of Jeogeot is not at the same location as it is on the map Baker Bloch found in Atladia, Sapphire.

Sapphire:

No?

bb:

No. It is instead in, er… hold on, Sapphire. I’m going inworld to take a shot from within that Yeot Explorer’s Club, and perhaps the hillside I’m talking about.

Sapphire:

Thank you. I will wait…

*****

bb:

It’s the same Jeogeot map as the one pictured below. The Explorer’s [Information Center] actually shows up as a red square on the inworld map, just like here.

Sapphire:

Where’s the hillside? I’d like to see it.

bb:

It’s in Yeot. I don’t have a good picture of it yet.

Sapphire:

I need to see it. I need…

Hucka D.:

Sapphire will return another night. She has some cooking and cleaning to do before bedtime. And equations to complete. She is a good egg [don’t you think]?

bb:

Yes. She is very nice. I’m confused about the Cornfield family tree, though.

Hucka D.:

Understandable. I am too. There is First and Second to deal with both.

bb:

Lyfe, you mean. Lyves.

Hucka D.:

Yes. You better ask more about Yeot.

bb:

Well, I’m wondering why the lake appears so small [up close]? (snickers)

Hucka D.:

*You* are the giant one here. Like in Uli. Sirius[ly].

bb:

Hmmm… hafta think about that one Hucka D. What about the daisy?

Hucka D.:

Yes. Speeding things up, here’s an article about Yeot you should study. Mentions easter eggs. Goodbye and goodnight!

bb:

Thanks!


The 7 Yeo’s; Then… Something Amazing!

TEXT SOON.

YEO Sims

north to south:

1. Yeolmae
2. Yeosol
3. Yeot
4. Yeoseot (tie)
4. Yeodeol (tie)
6. Yeol
7. Yeongheungdo

east to west:

1. Yeodeol
2. Yeol
3. Yeosol (tie)
3. Yeseot (tie)
5. Yeolmae (tie)
5. Yeongheungdo (tie)
7. Yeot

alphaorder:

1. Yeodeol
2. Yeol
3. Yeolmae
4. Yeongheundo
5. Yeoseot
6. Yeosol
7. Yeot

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See below!


The Bluebells/Corrigan Ruins of Nascera

Comments about this map are found in the last part of the above post. (see “Some additional thoughts” part)

Bluebells:
1. Mythic River Goddess (cyan egg/eyes)
2. Courtyard?
3. Skeleton Wreck
4. Two Pillars
5. Sunken Shrine (animated egg)
Corrigan:
6. Mythic River Goddess (lavender egg/eyes)*
7. Mossy Boulder w/ 1 eye
8. Mossy Boulder w/ 3 eyes
9. Sunken Shrine (animated egg)

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* 1/2 in Pixy sim as well; central egg object, however, is most clearly in Corrigan
Additional note: direction Mythic River Goddess statues are staring indicated on map by light reflections.

—–

Today Is Tomorrow…

“Today will be rough, Hucka D.”

Hucka D.:

To eat you must chew.

bb:

Yeot is certainly a very interesting place, Hucka D. Not sure I should live there, though.

Hucka D.:

As you have speculated, it is sort of the inversion of Sunklands, the heart. Where you live now.

bb:

And Chilbo and Korean Channel are or will be the factors that keep me in Sunklands.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Proximity. Also to Nowtown and Zen City and Sternberg and X-ville and, yes, even Y-borough. But renting in or near Yeot is certainly an option. Smaller rental.

bb:

Not the one I’m contemplating?

Hucka D.:

Er…

bb:

Hucka D., before you go I think we should talk about the new Jeogeot geomancy just unearthed.

Hucka D.:

We had to find a way to keep you on Jeogeot, and hopefully in Sunklands. This was a way. Now you have a *melding* of Jeogeot, Wazob, and SID’s 1st Oz, just like you wanted. Just like you foresaw.

bb:

I was googling mentions of SID’s 1st Oz in the blog yesterday or the day before. But you’re reinforcing to me (?) that the 26 sims making up one side of this giant Jeogeot right angle are suppose to be equated with the tiles of SID.

Hucka D.:

Correct. But Jeogeot forms SID as well as visa versa. And Noozob. You must find your correct place on Jeogeot. You cannot run away, merely, to Yd Island now. That’s what the Explorer’s Information Center was all about, and Meddletown. You found Meddletown now, the old site.

bb:

Yeot?

Hucka D.:

You certainly have some things to study now (!)

bb:

Yes. (pause)

Sapphire:

I was there.

bb:

In Yeot?

Sapphire:

Yes.

bb:

As Hucka D. says, Sapphire, this right angle seems to be intended to keep me on Jeogeot. (pause) I’m going to go ahead and log off… wait, let me talk to the reader first. (pause) No, I better go inworld and poke around a bit. Thank you both.

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Some additional thoughts:

The two mythic river goddesses in the southern Nascera continent channel are both representations of the queen piece on a chess board. Lower of 2 (Bluebells; no. 1 on this map) looks directly east to the Fern sim, a sim which would represent the queen in this overlap (beside King, which is Elderglen as speculated about already). The courtyard (no. 2 on map) directly west of this goddess statue also can be seen as pointing toward Fern, or reinforcing this pointing aspect. The doubling of the goddess within the river (nos. 1 and 6) emphasizes the *2* queens of a chessboard; Queen is “off its color” in Nautilus City configurations, both macro and micro (black queen of each is on white square). And even the 2 goddesses are doubled with two more goddesses (nos. 5 and 9), this time relief figures in “Sunken Shrines”, or 2d as opposed to 3d. Then a 3rd aspect tying all this up may be the presence of marbles or marble-like rocks in each (no. 2 Courtyard rocks, and eyeballs of nos. 7 and 8).

We can clearly define 2 separate ruins groupings in the southern Nascera river, one in the Bluebells sim and one in Corrigan. Each contain the 3 aspects mentioned above (Mythic River Goddess, Sunken Shrine, and possibly marble/eye related 3rd element). To complete, no ruins appear in the northern channel (2nd of 2 rivers or channels on the current form of the continent), except for an old washing machine and a tire or 2. Instead what we have there are the 3 clear versions of Vileness fish, named, east to west, Gran’pappy, The Big Un, and Ol’ Granny (not making that up!).

The fact that the 2nd mythic river goddess statue appears on the edge of 2 sims (Corrigan and Pixy) may mean she is somehow above or beyond the chess game implied in the 8×8 Nascera configuration. She is also aligned at an odd angle in comparison to the 1st in Bluebells: the 1st looks directly east (toward Fern, as indicated before), but the second looks n by ne. She looks in a direction that no chess piece can move, not even the queen (or king). The egg she holds is in a different sim (Corrigan) than the main part of her body. The egg (cyan) is a different color than the egg the 1st holds, the Bluebells version (which is instead lavender). The peculiar way the northern goddess looks may be reinforced by the eyeballs in the mossy boulders very nearby, one with 3 eyeballs and one of similar size (and slightly closer to the statue) with only 1. 4 eyes altogether, then, in these boulders. The Boulders are also roughly aligned in the direction the goddess in staring: n by ne. The 2 goddesses, together, have 4 eyes, all of which are colored differently than the body, and the same as the egg each is holding (cyan and lavender). The goddess in the 2 “Sunken Shrines” do not have colored eyes in this way, although they do have “eggs”, this time color animated. But why 3 eyes in one boulder and then 1 eye in the other?

And the fact that this goddess has already appeared in Nautilus City makes it seem all that more important to examine. Magellan Linden also made an appearance in Nautilus City, and also “wrecked” something there. Thought: is Magellan suppose to represent the *king* in this Nascera-chess overlap? I am also reminded that Hucka D. claims the eruption of Nautilus City into grid awareness in Oct. 2008 took away attention from The Hole of Nautilus just above Yd Island. Have to think about that more. The broken transporter behind the Elderglen Infohub actually consists of 8 separate, smaller portals, it seems, one “broken” by Magellan Linden, which may have rendered the remaining 7 inert. An apology note is even pinned to the broken portal to make sure the visitor understands this, to go along with the Magellan picture inside the Infohub itself seen here. The 8 portals and accompanying rocks (doubled, in turn, with the “Billfork” configuration in Villeneuve on Yd Island — relationship?) may represent the 8 possible directions a King can move on a chess board, as well as a Queen. Only these 2 pieces can move in this way — a rook is limited to 4 directions (horizontals, verticals), and a bishop is limited to the 4 other directions (diagonals). Why is the 2nd goddess, in-between 2 sims, looking in a direction impossible for a chess piece to move? Does she truly represent something “off the board”? Maybe additional clues are coming in further Nascera developments this year.

http://daleinnis.wordpress.com/2009/12/15/nosing-into-hobbit-holes/

A comment on Dale Innis’ blog touches upon Magellan’s visit to Nascera, and the post itself perhaps curiously mentions checkerboard patterns in a different context than the way I’m using it here.

http://sociallymundane.com/2009/12/linden-homes-tour-image-heavy-post.html

Almost all types of Nascera houses are pictured in above blog entry on Socially/Mundane.

http://www.sluniverse.com/pics/Search.aspx?Sim=Elderglen

Looks like Headburro and others such as Marianne McCann have already found out about Magellan’s presence on Nascera, hehe.


“Chess And Go”

http://users.eniinternet.com/bradleym/Compare.html

Thoughts:

Corrigan Mythic Goddess Statue represents the game of Go beyond Chess. “Egg” this goddess holds in her outstretched hand, highlighted by being in a different sim (Corrigan) than the main part of the body (Pixy), is representation of a traditional Go piece, shaped roughly like an egg in its double-convex aspect (it also can be single-convex). All Go pieces of any one game are the same shape. The statue is staring in a hyper-chess direction, beyond the 8 traditional, possible directions and into the 1/2 directions in-between (north by northeast in this case). The “egg” is being extended in that direction. That this “egg” is also in Corrigan emphasizes its relationship with the 4 eyes in a set of two “Mossy Boulders” very nearby in this sim, also aligned in the same direction that the statue is pointing. Also associated is the Sunken Shrine just beyond the eye covered boulders with apparently the same goddess (depicted in relief this time) holding the same kind of egg shaped form with similar colors.

The statue sits on a border of two sims, just as Go pieces lie on the lines of a traditional 19×19 Go board and not inside the lines, as do chess pieces on their smaller 8×8 board.

Why am I so sure that Go is implied in the Bluebells-Corrigan Ruins? It’s partially a timing situation, for at the same time that I am formulating this opinion, I’m also discovering that the continent of Jeogeot, through the magic of the 7 aligned Yeo’s, also seems to “reveal” a 19×19 Go Board in the continent’s center, just as current Nascera can be seen as an 8×8 chess board, with each square of a grid here being the same as a 256m x 256m SL sim. None of the continents formed after Jeogeot can be fitted with such a 19×19 grid (actually 18×18, since the lines and not the spaces between are implied), although the Nautilus continent *could* be overlapped with such if not for the presence of the 10 sim Hole we’ve been talking about so much lately, just above Yd Island. On the other hand, a Go board can only be fitted onto the Jeogeot continent (in two ways… get to that in a moment) because of the filling in of the Korean Channel in 2008, also a well discussed blog topic here.*

There is a natural, regional influence implied as well, since the 7 “Yeo” sims have Korean names and Korea now contains the strongest concentration of Go masters in the world.

As stated before there are two possible ways to fit a Go game board onto the Jeogeot continent, with each sim representing one square of such a macro-board. The below diagram shows the slightly more northern (1 sim more north) of the two, which highlights, to me, the opposition of Aotearoa, where I have my Big E Gallery (green highlighted sim near sw corner of the pink colored, central grid), and the Yeot sim itself, whose examination unfurled the whole 7 “Yeo” sims and revealed the Go game board association in the first place (yellow highlighted sim near same’s ne corner).** I plan to examine each of these 7 sims very soon (visits, etc.) to see if futher clues about this association can be found in this manner.

The northeast corner of Yeot is currently owned by TD Realty. At the very top of their current beach+water offerings is found a listing for this property. Hope they don’t mind if I steal one of their low res pictures (since I’ve given them a small plug here, after all!).

The pool is actually half in the neighboring sim of Saengseon to the west. And in rechecking now it looks like a tiny bit also spills over into Maeshill to the north of Saengseon. It very well could have the distinction of being the smallest natural inland body of water on Jeogeot, if you discount the very tiny one at the bottom of the Rabbit Hole of Blackmount. It could be a place that the Cornfields, formerly of Meddledown or Meddletown, move to very soon as well, with the Yeot/Saensgseon/Maeshill Pool substituting for their Floaty Pool where Natha Niel tested many of his ships built in Arab, Alabama, according to their present family story. And the hill behind this pool is where Turquoise became Sapphire at the age of 9-10.

*And* there also seems to be implied, in the Go board overlap pictured above, a relationship between the Yeot (etc.) pool and the Aotearoa sink, which is not deep enough to form a natural pool of this kind (natural water level of SL is usually 20 meters; bottom of Aotearoa sink is at about the 45 meter level, as a comparison). The Yeot, etc. pool may also represent a Go piece itself, since it lies on the borderline of a sim, just like the Corrigan(/Pixy) Mythic Goddess Statue of Nascera already associated with this game above.

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* It can also be fitted, in this way, on the oldest continent of Sansara in a large number of ways, due to its roughly square shape to begin with. But these are the only two SL mainland continents allowing this possible overlap with the 19×19 Go board.

** The sim similarly positioned 1 over from the *se* corner of the 18×18 sim grid is also highlighted in yellow, as it is one of the 6 other “Yeo” sims: Yeongheungdo. To remind, all sims beginning with “Yeo” in Second Life are found on Jeogeot, and all basically in a line with each other north to south on its eastern side.


yeow!

Sapphire:

The need to talk was great. I obviously had room for play. Enter the serpentine sculpture.

bb:

Hi Sapphire. What are you talking about?

Sapphire:

It was the sculpture I played in. Enlarged… put on a hill for play. I…

Hucka D.:

You know more now, baker b. You know that Yeongheungdo is known as Yeo, thus is the root YEO sim. It stands at the edge center of Jeogeot. But you know you don’t need to live there. Yeot may be a different matter. You need to know more about Jeogeot as a whole, as an artistic pattern. Right brain as well as left brain. That’s why you need the Game of Go. Not to play, but to superimpose it onto the continent. To reveal the opposition of Yeot and Aotearoa. To reveal Yeo or Yeongheungdo between them — a balance. And then to reveal the empty 4th (Icefyre).

bb:

Hold on, Hucka D. I have time tonight to visit that sim.

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bb:

Yeah, not much there, seemingly (in Icefyre). I think Dave Koi’s work in Yeo is a key, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Sapphire seems to think so. She remembers playing in a derivative work based on his sculpture. Good that you have that now to play around with yourself.

bb:

I’m going to head back over to Yeo, then, as soon as I can. What about Yeot, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

What about it?

bb:

Nevermind, I suppose. Anything else we should talk about tonight?

Hucka D.:

The Cornfields.

bb:

How are they doing? — Nathaniel and Nataly.

Hucka D.:

They are in limbo now. They can’t live in Meddledown because Kou already lives there. They would be too overlapping if so. But what about Yeot?

bb:

That’s what I asked you (already), Hucka D.

Sapphire:

I played in that field. I remember something. Lightning. A time and place before. Meddledown…

bb:

Is the Yeot pool the same as Floaty Pool, Sapphire?

(no answer)

bb:

Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

Arab. Diamond. Nathaniel. Natha Neil.

bb:

Arab was found there?

Hucka D.:

Think about the bigger picture, like playing a Game of Go. Jeogeot is a giant puzzle, baker b. You will have isolated skirmishes that don’t seem related but they are. Yeot is an isolated skirmish now.

bb:

So the Cornfields have lived or will live in Yeot.

Hucka D.:

YEO. We better end.

bb:

Thank you both.

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Talks & Chatters…

Sapphire:

I was there. On the hill. Place me there. Let me remember. Sapphire. I am.

bb:

Do you remember before, Sapphire?

Sapphire:

I remember the hill. Pokeberries there was. Running through, getting purpler, darker. Bluer… purpler. Soon I will be as dark as Lapis and Lazuli.

bb:

I’m not sure you should take it that far, then. The split, I mean.

Sapphire:

Take me to that hill again. In Yeot. Floaty Pool.

bb:

Yes, well, I’ve decided not to rent that space, Sapphire.

Sapphire:

Then I will no longer be talking with… hold on…

Hucka D.:

Sapphire had to go run to the pharmacy. She’ll be back soon. Sweet girl… girls. So you’ve decided not to rent in Yeot. Well… as long as you know about the twinship with Aotearoa and also Yeo. Suppose that’s OK. You’re limited in the money game I know.

bb:

Wish I wasn’t! But it’s more an attention thing again as well, because I want to work on things outside of SL this year.

Hucka D.:

So you shall! But you’re already being drawn back into it through maps (you see).

bb:

Amazing find. Seems very significant. I mean, the way I’m counting, 22 of the 26 leters of the alphabet are represented by Korean Channel sims, and there’s only 30 of ’em, 28 if you subtract the two outside the 14×2 main column.*

Hucka D.:

It’s not chance. The maps told you that already. Korea stands more for the Korean Channel than the Korean continent, although it’s both in a way. But Korea in maps is Korean Channel. Korea-Scrabble then Korea-Twentysix. Obviously like the 26 letters… the Channel comes very close! 22 out of 26 in 28 tries. Not chance. *Now*, what does it mean? How does this overlap with the Go board resonance you’ve already picked up on, extended from the Nascera-chess matching?

bb:

It’s obviously, I believe, attached to the answer to everything from Adams’ Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, Hucka D. The answer, 42, is pulled out of a bag of scrabble pieces. And also the question: “what is 6×9?”**

Hucka D.:

And now you have your answer. To your question?

bb:

Dunno. What is my question?

Hucka D.:

Fusion. You and I. baker and b.

bb:

So the question is: “who are you?”

Hucka D.:

“Who are *we*?”

bb:

I think it still has something to do with Big E.

Hucka D.:

Obviously! And TILE. And SID. Wazob to a degree. Noozob too.

bb:

Is SID’s 1st Oz designed sort of like a Game of Go, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

You now know about another level beyond that even. Like 3d to 2d.

bb:

Yes. And Trivia Ratsuit may be central to understanding that [higher level]. Don’t you think?

Hucka D.:

Obviously!

bb:

Is Trivia Ratsuit merely a game of scrabble[, then]? Or Go, perhaps?

Hucka D. (completing):

Maybe add in chess. But: yes. And also Madagascar Solitaire with the marbles and such. Missing Piece.

bb:

I’m also interested in the fact that the Solomon sim may be the real center of SL as established by Ancients, and discovered very early on in my SL explorations, right when Baker Bloch was born in Feb. 2008.

Hucka D.:

They are supposed to be twinned.

bb:

Let’s see… Baker Bloch escaped the iron fist of the Ancients while Baker Blinker had continued troubles. Kept her nice and white and pink, you see. Physical appearance directly reflects mental enslavement.

Hucka D.:

Kind of. Slavery works… well let’s say that master and slave are like two things in a mutual orbit, emotionally speaking. And we almost always speak of emotional realities and not true mental ones. Because we’re simply not that advanced. We are all emotional slaves.

bb:

Back to the Korean Channel, we have two columns in the center, like a temple.

Hucka D.:

Yes!

bb:

And 14 elements in each since they’re both 14×1. But there are 12 unique letters in each column, Hucka D. Strange enough, it seems. But then if you combine the two columns, you only get 2 of the 12 unique items repeating. Odder!

Hucka D.:

Stranger. Stranger Creek from Strange Creek. Not strangest yet, because that would be all 26 letters present. But you’re missing 4.

bb:

I’ve memorized them already: CTVY. 4 are separated from the 22. Perhaps has something to do with the Hebrew alphabet, then. Interesting that it’s not a true alphabet, as we have now with our English language, but instead what’s called an abjad.

This piqued my interested:

http://www.virtuescience.com/hebrew-alphabet.html

Hucka D.:

The English language is imperfect. The Korean Channel is actually a more perfect form (of scrabble). It is the throat of Jeogeot. What does it speak to you?

bb:

The schwa side of the “E”, which is the same as the Korean Channel as a whole, faces Chilbo. The “E” side, the other side, faces away and toward the rest of Jeogeot beyond the circle of influence.* It is when Baker Bloch took over the exploring of the channel from Karoz in June of last year that the front side of the “E” was first viewed, one could put it. Before it was seen as backwards… Karoz perhaps still sees it this way.

Hucka D.:

Karoz is Dark Side of the Moon not understanding the whole of the movie The Wizard of Oz. Not understanding (in the same manner) Psycho as beyond Ummagumma of Psychogumma.***

bb:

Then from the tension of Chilbo and Crabwoo — another weird subject — is basically born Little Robert Plant Variant on the *west* side of Jeogeot, outside this influence. A child, in a way, of both. He moved to Sunklands in the past/present/future; I move to Sunklands. Then setting in your mobius chant of Chilbo needs Korean Channel needs Sunklands needs Chilbo…

Hucka D.:

Isn’t it (still) obvious?

bb:

But not Yeot? That doesn’t seem to figure into it.

Hucka D.:

Yeot is the next step. Not that you’ll necessarily move out of Sunklands, but you need to place your eye on the ground around or in Yeot. Preferably in. Have you contacted TD Rentals again? Maybe Sapphire will keep talking to you if you move there (as well).

bb:

I’ll see what I can do.

(to be continued?)

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* By this I mean Darcy’s Harbour and Darcy’s Cove. See here for how the Korean Channel sims are laid out.

** Appropriate quote from this wikipedia article section on the subject:

In the first novel and radio series, a group of hyper-intelligent pan-dimensional beings demand to learn the Answer to the Ultimate Question of Life, the Universe, and Everything from the supercomputer, Deep Thought, specially built for this purpose. It takes Deep Thought 7½ million years to compute and check the answer, which turns out to be 42. Unfortunately, The Ultimate Question itself is unknown.

When asked to produce The Ultimate Question, the computer says that it cannot; however, it can help to design an even more powerful computer (the Earth), that can. The programmers then embark on a further ten-million-year program to discover The Ultimate Question. This new computer will incorporate living beings in the “computational matrix”, with the pan-dimensional creators assuming the form of mice. The process is hindered after eight million years by the unexpected arrival on Earth of the Golgafrinchans and then is ruined completely, five minutes before completion, when the Earth is destroyed by the Vogons to make way for a new Hyperspace Bypass. This is later revealed to have been a ruse: the Vogons had been hired to destroy the Earth by a consortium of psychiatrists, led by Gag Halfrunt, who feared for the loss of their careers when the meaning of life became known.[1]

Lacking a real question, the mice decide not to go through the whole thing again and settle for the out-of-thin-air suggestion “How many roads must a man walk down?” from Bob Dylan’s protest song “Blowin’ in the Wind”.

At the end of the first radio series (and television series, as well as The Restaurant at the End of the Universe book) Arthur Dent, having escaped the Earth’s destruction, potentially has some of the computational matrix in his brain. He attempts to discover The Ultimate Question by extracting it from his brainwave patterns, as abusively [2] suggested by Marvin the Paranoid Android, when a Scrabble-playing caveman spells out forty two. Arthur pulls random letters from a bag, but only gets the sentence “What do you get if you multiply six by nine?”
“ “Six by nine. Forty two.”

“That’s it. That’s all there is.”

“I always thought something was fundamentally wrong with the universe”[1]

See also the cover of more recent editions of the related book, which contains a puzzle. Also note that the colored lozenges look much like the “Go pieces” or other egg shapes we’ve recently been discussing on this blog.

*** Some more on Psychogumma and this “circle of influence” is spoken about in this fairly recent post (just do a search for the term within the longish post).


Chilbo Needs Korean Channel Needs Sunklands Needs Chilbo… (Reinforced)

The highest and lowest of the YEO sims are directly north and south of each other. This would be
Yeolmae (north) and Yeongheungdo south). Yeolmae almost touches northern coast of Jeogeot, just missing by less than 100 meters. Yeongheungdo *just* touches the southern coast of same, with its southeast corner barely extending into the ocean a couple of meters total.

On the below map, positions of these two north-south YEO sims are marked by an A scrabble tile (Yeolmae) and Z scrabble tile (Yeongheungdo). In-between we are able to exactly position the remaining 24 letter tiles of the English alphabet in order, since the two sims in question lie exactly 26 sims apart. In other words, 1 scrabble tile here fills the same space as 1 SL sim. To me, this relationship is meaningful, and equates the whole of Jeogeot (remember these two YEO sims basically mark the exact height of the continent along this vertical line) with our alphabet. Hucka D. has already indicated to me that this Jeogeot-alphabet(-scrabble) melding allows the link to SID’s 1st Oz to be made, with its own 26 individual “tiles”. And to TILE as well for the same reasons, falling back on the old theory that SID can be seen as the same thing as TILE.*

So finding this Jeogeot-alphabet relationship, I started playing around with inserting tiles in other places around the continent. My first thoughts were that perhaps the 5 remaining YEO sims (of 7 total) represent the 5 letters that only have 1 scrabble tile assigned to them due to their relative lack of use in writing in comparison with the others (j, k, q, x, and z). However, in experimenting further I fairly soon discovered what must be the most interesting additional relationship: the fact that the names of the 30 sims of the Korean Channel begin with all but *4* of the alphabet letters, these being c, t, v, and y.*** If we subtract the two sims lying outside the main 14×2 column making up this channel — the very similarly named Darcy’s Cove and Darcy’s Harbor — the weirdness is even tightened a bit more, since the same 22 letters appear out of *28* chances now.

I’ve simply listed out these 28 sims in alphabetic order at the end of this post to further illustrate the oddity. I would also say here that the names of the 3 additional *eastern* sims added to the Jeogeot continent at the same time as the Korean Channel, or the adjacent Quark Star, Preon Star, and the already considerably discussed Mos Ainsley, all begin with letters appearing in the Korean Channel sim names.**

I’ve also italicized the 14 sims names appearing in the left or eastern part of the 14×2 column, while leaving the remaining 14 from the right or western half without italics. This demonstrates perhaps interesting groupings or clusters of sims from each half in the alphalist (perhaps), and also the fact that each column of 14×1 contains 12 unique letters in and of themselves.

Axcombe
Bestimax
C
Demien
Ensel
Fernstar
Glasso
Hiersch
Ichelus
Jharmeliion
Kajis
Kenfield
Kyat Lun
Kyun Kar
Lemongrass
Locksley

Lordshore
Myatzo
Norvan
Orgamast
Pleiablo
Qui Quon
Redazillion
Sacrelle
Shamon
T
Ustermann
V
Wylder
Xilted
Y
Zebrasil

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* Here Hucka D. even states that the only sim removed from Jeogeot at the same time these 33 were added was named SID, although I have no proof of this and really don’t doubt that its just a symbolic gesture anyhoot.

** But I am kind of interested still in the idea of P (Preon Star) and Q (Quark Star) both sharing a border with the more famous Mos Ainsley, knowing about the expression “mind your p’s and q’s”. More on that later, perhaps, or not.

*** Maybe a relationship is implied with the 1-3-6-10 sequence of triangular numbers as outlined here. My thinking is as follows:


Seasons

“Hi Hucka D. We haven’t talked in a couple of days.”

Hucka D.:

Sorry to hear about your mother.

bb:

Thanks. We’ll take it week by week, month by month. But the flowers…

Hucka D.:

Yes. There is a season…

bb:

Up for Jeogeot discussion tonight?

Hucka D.:

Korean Channel. Maybe you need to rent closer to that. Between it and Yeot. That might put you near Earl Dinkin’s place.

bb:

Hold on…

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bb:

Theory, Hucka D.: Jeogeot is Wazob, and Maebaleia is Ur. I think you’re going to say that Corsica is also Ur.

Hucka D.:

Right. More Maebaleia, though. And you will return soon enough. Blue Feather Sea and all. Crabwoo… haven’t been there in a while. And of course the islet where St. Lemon was trapped and wrote his epistles so long ago. Rubisea.

bb:

Maebaleia is much more similar, it seems, to Jeogeot than the older continents of Sansara and Heterocera.

Hucka D.:

As you have guessed, these are sort of The Federation and Eoc. That’s why you had to recolor Sansara brown according to the pie pieces of Trivia Ratsuit. Jeogeot is not yellow but green. But that’s all part of the Greenup yellow down mysteries. Are we part of the club, yet?

bb:

Dunno Hucka D. Maybe.

Hucka D.:

Jeogeot is Wazob. Jeogeot is Noozob. Wazob is Noozob. This is also the United States and Brazil/Peru combined. Americas.

bb:

Interesting that a K.C. showed up just below Jeogeot’s Rabbit Hole, Hucka D. K.C. equals Korean Channel? (nearby).

Hucka D.:

Greenup and yellow down.

bb:

I’m thinking Sunklands may be a representation of K.C., Hucka D. Like Kansas City, then. Arrowtown… at about the same location as Arrowhead in Wazob, reinforcing a Wazob-Jeogeot link concentrated in this area. Fortyston as well, perhaps, the higher octave of Tin City. Opal… Tourmaline… Chrysoberyl. (pause) Oh… forgot to reinforce this is probably SID’s 1st Oz as well. Jeogeot equals Wazob equals SID’s 1st Oz. A whole Oz movie this time. (pause) In looking at that map, Hucka D., wondering if the province of Sharon would parallel Sunklands better, which later became Chrysoberyl in modern Wazob.

Hucka D. (yawning):

I… well, Ladyslipper. Poplin, Gore, Fortyston. There are 32 acres you must deal with, like the 32 sims of the Korean Channel.

bb:

The Glop people, Hucka D. Glopmen. From Uranus, Neptune and Pluto traditionally. William Harvey uncovered the nature of their chromagraphic language.

Hucka D. (suddenly interested again):

There is a forwards and a backwards to deal with here. One column — forward, the one beside — backwards. Like a progression of 5ths and then a progression of 4ths.

bb:

Maybe the scrabble letters standing in for the Korean Channel sims represent the provinces of Wazob, each of which were assigned a letter of the English alphabet, but only extending through Q, which is Zircon, the center. P is Chrysoberyl.

Hucka D.:

Jeogeot influences Wazob influences Jeogeot…

bb:

Maybe I need to create some collages directly related to Chilbo, Hucka D. And Jeogeot as a whole. Sunklands-Chilbo-Korean Channel.

Hucka D.:

Letters… yes. Games. Scrabble. Go. Chess. Nascera. Get Karoz involved. Study more of the SL art galleries. Create your Sunklands museum. The tube, of course, is the channel. Korean.

bb:

The ability to make words and sentences and paragraphs and chapters and books from individual letters.

Hucka D.:

You know now what you must do. Winesap. Remember how excited Robert Plant Variant was to talk about that subject?

bb:

Yes. He found Cashmere in Washington. Not Kashmir, but the same anyway. Next to Dryden.

Hucka D.:

Study Earl Dinkin’s work as well.

*****

bb:

The relationship of Maebaleia to Jeogeot is very similar to that of Ur and Wazob. Ur didn’t have an established center…

Hucka D.:

Neither does Jeogeot.

bb:

But it’s Chilbo.

Hucka D.:

Kind of. Korean Channel-Chilbo-Sunklands. And throw in Yeot as well. And the infohub. Mos Ainsley is The Moon. Mind your p’s and q’s about that.

bb:

Maybe I shouldn’t have left Noru, Hucka D. Maybe I should recreate the house there.

Hucka D.:

It’s all coming down to Bridee. House. Noru. Think about it.

bb:

Thank you.


Jeogeot, Maebaleia, Nascera..

Random shots, essentially. First is of the 7 islands in the Sacrelle sim of the Korean Channel, Jeogeot. Just for the record — may return for more comments about this configuration sometime.

Baker Bloch stands in an indentation at the bottom of what’s called Meteor Lake in the land description, in Foyle Gully. H.P. Lovecraft related objects are found here, including a crate from Miskatonic University (complete with a bloody handmark on the side), a “Chtulu statue” that apparently came from the crate, a human skeleton (victim?), and then on the western lip of the small indentation, a framed portrait of H.P. Lovecraft himself (not pictured).

Baker Bloch somewhere in the northern mountain range of Jeogeot. I thought the way the land rippled here was worthy of a snapshot.

Stranger construction nearby — can’t remember what sim. Reminds me a bit of a loosely fitted beehive…

… And then strangely reminiscent, perhaps, of a piece of art from the White on White Gallery, owned by Pep Lemmon and taken the same night. This would be on the Maebaleia continent now, in the Ulyanovsk Oblast sim more famous in this blog for its associations with the two part Rabbit Hole. The name Lemmon also reminded me of Lenin (Vladimir Lenin was born in Ulyanovsk Oblast, Russia) — the reason for the visit in the first place.

While on Maebaleia, Baker Bloch decides to visit a formerly unblogged about body of water in the continent’s so-called Lake District. Found mostly in Aswang, this westernmost of the District’s 6 lakes is about the same size as Rubisea; they’re the two smallest of the 6, with the Blue Feather Sea being, by far, the largest.

Below, Baker looks down on the lake from the Taernil’s Bluff sim. There’s some rentals available around the lake, but Blochs finds them rather expensive and with too many attached zoning
regulations for his needs.

Apparently dead parrot (?) on the same parcel as above. Just noting this because parrots have been associated with the formerly discussed Chilbo-Crabwoo resonation. Is this another symbol of the “death of Chilbo” within the reversed space of Crabwoo and Maebaleia as a whole? Could be; things seem to often work that way in the magical world of Second Life.

Then for the last part of this post we move to snapshots of Nascera again, including a close up of the Magellan Linden apology note attached to now broken Elderglen transporter (he broke it), and then some more pics of the open space between the California modern houses, the most popular type of Linden residential houses of the four available on the embryonic continent so far.

Then we close with comparative sim maps of Elderglen and Villeneuve, visually demonstrating the relationship between the Elderglen transporter and its 8 encircling rocks and the similarly sized, 8 rock composed “Billfork transporter” of Villeneuve. And there also seems to be a relationship in the position of the two sims in question even, if we rotate Villeneuve 180 degrees (3rd map below). In short, Hucka D. is stating that “the Bill’ mentioned in Magellan’s apology note are actually the same as The Bill mentioned a number of times in this blog already.


Azure Sapphire

“You did not rent in Yeot and therefore I die.”

bb:

Sapphire… I don’t think that’s so. Why would you say that?

Sapphire:

Because I do not exist. I can barely remember my mother or father or aunt or uncle atall.

Hucka D.:

Sapphire darling. You just need another home. Somewhere else.

Sapphire:

It has to be by Floaty Pool or it doesn’t work.

bb:

I think I get it. Sapphire is Azure, and thus she has to be on the *east* side of Jeogeot, just like Azure is on the east side of Wazob. This is to make the two move closer together in hyperspace and hypertime, I suppose.

Hucka D.:

Yes. You are right, baker b.

bb:

Sapphire, do you *rule* the eastern side of Jeogeot?

Sapphire:

I am Alma. I am the High Priestess of Sirius. Blue Star.

bb:

Is Alma the same as Alabama?

Sapphire:

Yes.

bb:

Sapphire, are you aware of the Korean Channel-scrabble overlap?

Sapphire:

Yes. I caused it.

bb:

Hmmmm. Are you aware of SID’s 1st Oz?

Sapphire:

I am aware of TILE and Tyle.

bb:

Does Jeogeot represent both North America and South America at once?

Sapphire:

Amerecas, yes. With an “e”, like Meremac.

bb:

What is the Arab? And what is your relationship to Grassy Noll, if you know what I’m talking about?

Sapphire:

I am the mother of Karoz.

bb:

Hmm… that’s been claimed before by a number of entities. Are you the same as Alice, then?

Sapphire:

Not really, no. I am the child of Nathaniel and Nataly Cornfield. I am a Cornfield.

bb:

Are you from Meddledown or Meddletown?

Sapphire:

My parents were. But they could not exist in this dimension in that location because of Kou Umaga. He is Ummagumma, as I am Alabama.

bb:

Are you aware of Psychogumma, then? Do you know what I’m talking about?

Sapphire:

Yes. Alabama.

bb:

Can we not speak to your parents or aunt/uncle (reminder: Sapphire states Nathaniel and Nataly are both her parents and her uncle and aunt) on this blog?

Sapphire:

They grow on Facebook. They are a Facebook beard.

bb:

Nice. Well, we have you.

Sapphire:

Yes. Eastern side of Jeogeot. Alabama. Ummagumma but Psychogumma.

bb:

Are you aware of Darkest City?

Sapphire:

Sometimes.

bb:

I’m going to look at your mother or aunt’s photographs again for a moment, Sapphire. I think there’s more to it than meets the eye.

Sapphire:

Yes.

*****

bb:

Where was your virtual cornfield, Sapphire? The one where you saw UFOs land during your “psychedelic years” inside virtual reality.

Sapphire:

That wasn’t real. It was an egg, anyways. Ong’s Hat.

*****

bb:

Do you know of Little Egg Harbour, then?

Sapphire:

No comment.


Healy, Jeogeot, Yd Island, Nascera…

My old digs in Healy. A stream of molten lava now flows right through the place where my Something To CHRO About gallery use to sit. Did the lava destroy the gallery structure?

Ornaglyph Gallery in Yapland and its new black and white look. Here’s Mindy’s flickr site.

Looking up the front (schwa) side of Big E. Is the Big E Gallery destined to be dismantled soon now that I have the Pudding Hill gallery property? Might be.

Nighttime view down into the Otaki Gorge sink and Peter’s Mound. Doesn’t really get old.

Then it’s back to Nascera once more to take another look at the central Elderglen sim.

The Elderglen transporter through colorful mushrooms (east).

Then some kind of musical performance stage looking south from the same position. Might have more to say about that space soon as well.

Ritual objects at the “9th” stone of the Billfork “transporter” in Villeneuve. Pretty sure now that the very similar Elderglen and Villeneuve octagonal set-ups are directly linked, somehow.

View toward Rabbit Head in Ratzenberger from the 8 sided tower just to the north of the transporter, as we’re calling it here.

Baker pondering meanings, once more.


Saff Fire

“I was born on that island and brought to Yeot, baker b. I am Sapphire.”

bb:

Yd Island?

Sapphire:

Yes. I was born inside the Micro Hole.

bb:

Well… can you speak of that a bit more?

Sapphire:

4-2-2 as opposite of 4-4-2. I am the (missing) 2.

bb:

Were you brought here to *rule* Jeogeot, Sapphire? At least the eastern side?

Sapphire:

Yes. I am Alma.

bb:

Are you like Ozma, then?

Sapphire:

Yes. 1/2.

bb:

Did you create the Korean Channel?

Sapphire:

Yes. Scrabble-Korea. Channel. Chaneller. I am Sapphire and Alma in one.

bb:

And you ruled Jeogeot or 1/2 of Jeogeot from Yeot.

Sapphire:

Not quite. (A bit) further south.

bb:

But I thought you were just a child.

Sapphire:

I am everchild.

bb:

Who rules the western side (of Jeogeot)? Little Robert Plant Variant?

Sapphire:

Yes.

bb:

What role does Sunklands play in this?

Sapphire:

That’s where Peter is buried. Peter’s Grave. In Petemond. Peter’s Mound.

bb:

So my Big E Gallery is placed atop the old position of Petemond.

Sapphire:

Yes. Cross. Built around.

bb:

Petemond is the same as Piedmont? A name corruption.

Sapphire:

Good guess, yes.

bb:

What was in the Aotearoa sink at the time of The Ancients, Sapphire?

Sapphire:

A park. A house. A garden. A path. A rose.

bb:

What happened to Robert Plant Variant on this blog, and Marty?

Sapphire:

They are not needed any longer. They moved to the center and then disappeared. You now know that The Beetles and Lead Zeppelin have karmic issues. Now resolved. Until next time. (smiles)

bb:

What of Carrcass-4? I don’t seem to have any openings into it yet.

Sapphire:

I am the opening.

bb:

You are the guiding spirit of Carrcass-4.

Sapphire:

Yes. It must proceed from One Pink. Make a link with that.

bb:

Thanks, I will.

*****

bb:

I think that collage is about Helen Keller and channeling.

Sapphire:

Alabama. Alma.

bb (continuing):

Seeing, hearing, speaking. The (8) tulips represent “two lips”, you see.

Sapphire:

I am Alabama.

bb:

It’s the same configuration of 8 found in Villeneuve, found in Elderglen. The 3 marbles of red, green, blue — of different sizes — like an altar? They’re on a fork.

Sapphire:

The lips speak poetry. Sprite… spirit.

bb:

I think it’s a death situation. The fish is dead… yellow. Like Bias. Ejected from the red, green, blue bird by a downward (golden) spiral. It is Polk.

Sapphire (repeating):

It is Polk.

*****

P O(N M)L K

Opposite of W I Z(M N)A R D