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Virtual Realities? August 17, 2008

Filed under: Grassy Noll,Hucka D.,Mythopolis (rl city),Toy Avatars,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 9:54 am
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“Grassy and I will be your ambassadors to Wazob baker b.”

bb:

I thought you weren’t interested in Mythos, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Well, I studied the matter a bit further. There’s enough in it to keep my interest long enough for ambassadoring. Interesting crossovers may be involved. Like the beanstalk to name an obvious one. SL has one, Mythos has one. And both in some of the oldest lands of the respective, ahem, grids.

bb:

You’re talking about Steller’s Beanstalk in SL, Hucka D. I’m assuming. But the beanstalk in Mythos played a larger role in that planet’s history.

Hucka D.:

Let me list out some comparisons — advantages and disadvantages — of each metaverse, for that’s what both are. Let’s just bring in Grassy to help supplement my talking.

Grassy (entering):

Yeah, just waiting in the hallway for my cue.

Hucka D.:

So I was telling baker b. that you and I have been studying the matter. We’ve both read “Notebook I” now baker b. We both agree that Mythos, or at least Wazob, and SL find a communication juncture now, through this property. So to the comparisons. Grassy… do you have the list?

Grassy (unfolding large piece of paper drawn out of his pocket):

Right here. So… should I start?

Hucka D.:

Go ahead. I’ve already mentioned the beanstalks but just read what we’ve written.

Grassy:

Ok (clears throat). So (looks over at Hucka D.), I’ll just start with the beanstalks then, I guess. Both have them, as Hucka D. said, and both in the oldest sections. But for Mythos, er, Wazob, it has added significance.

Hucka D.:

Yes, baker b., for this is where Thomas Eckardt enters the picture. We’ve also been studying up on the Booker T. material. I hope to meet Booker one day.

bb:

I’ll see what I can do.

Hucka D.:

That’s a third beanstalk then, actually. But go ahead Grassy. Didn’t mean to interrupt.

Grassy:

Tis ok. So, yeah, I suppose that’s a third beanstalk. Alright to say where this was, or should have been, or still is… in that location?

Hucka D. (answering for Grassy):

We know this was located in or near Cairo.

bb:

But not Egypt.

Hucka D.:

No. Missouri. Illinois, I mean. Cache River.

bb:

This beanstalk was used to connect Earth with Mars.

Hucka D.:

Mars being the same as Oz.

Grassy:

Says here in these notes that when the beanstalk was chopped down the connection was severed. Mars separated from Earth.

Hucka D.:

That was the death of Thomas Eckardt. The beanstalk was only chopped down at the moment of death. Or he chopped it down, in his fantasies, right before death. He knew it was coming. And he separated himself from the fantasy. But then Baum continued it, but without the grounding. Earth. It was all up in the air after that. Oz from Mars.

bb:

Hucka D., do you still believe that you are Rupert?

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

That means you are the successor to Baum, just as Eckardt is the predessesor.

Hucka D.:

That would be correct. I resurrected the Martian connection through the Wizard’s Cube, based upon the Magic Square of Mars. Oz… Mars. The Wizard Cube.

bb:

The beanstalk of Mythos, then, is merely a reflection of this truer beanstalk of Eckardt’s, correct?

Hucka D.:

Yeah. Suppose so.

bb:

Well, let’s get back to that. Grassy, what else is on your list?

Grassy:

Ok (clears throat again, scans document before reading). Got here that Mythos is a sphere and SL is not. Hucka D. checks “advantage Mythos”. (Grassy looks up here, and others nod for him to continue). Ok, then Mythos has much less water than SL, but no advantage either way. Then: Mythos based on Earth locations, SL not. Advantage Mythos again. Then: Mythos not open to settlement; only “natives”. Advantage: undetermined.

Hucka D.:

Let me add here that there is no land for sale in Mythos, and no real world interaction with the various landmasses or continents. It’s all native land. That’s an advantage in that the world hasn’t fallen. But it’s a disadvantage because there’s no interaction with real life except though the Earth location basis. So it’s also undetermined if one can actually separate this virtual reality, this supposed Grid, from this Earth location. And that’s where we must examine the Sirius connection, for in the Sirius system this would represent the planet [Jefferson], the 3rd of the primary Sirius system. The M/N planet [Madison], would be the fourth. This is another loose parallel to Earth and Mars… in fact, the M/N planet is reportedly Mars-like in size. There’s strong indication that Mythos represents this [Jefferson] and SL represents [Madison]. But if so, it would be an SL in the future, because [Madison] is a also a sphere-world, like Mythos/[Jefferson], and SL is not presently. But the main connection seems to be the Alma/Rupert/Noz trio of interacting avatars. This would be you baker b., in your masculine and feminine aspects — AlMaNoz in total — and then me tacked on as well [Rupert].

bb:

What does all this mean? (turns to Grassy): Sorry Grassy, we’ll get back to the list in a moment…

Hucka D.:

It means that Azure Islands has a loose parallel with the M Continent that Alma acted as queen of, perhaps. All three: Rupert, Alma, and Noz, originated on this continent, but only Alma stayed there more or less permanently. This story is repeating itself in SL now with our family. Baker Blinker, read: Alma, has been left behind on Azure, while Baker Bloch, read: Noz, has moved to the mainlands and has taken Ms. Blinker’s gallery with him. The gallery could not exist on Azure Islands. Then there is the TILE/Tyle polarity tied into this. Alma began the Tyle religion/philosophy/game as a reaction to the game/philosophy/religion of TILE, which was a mainland product on the M/N planet just like it is or will be in SL. This is tied to the Temple of TILE now on the mainlands here in Ruby. This centering of the TILE temple in its true position covers up the fact that at the very center we have not TILE but Tyle… the letters of which are engraven on the much smaller, exactly centered, spinning cube in the middle of the temple. TILE is an older partial-philosophy, though. It is pre-Sirian. It is from Lyra. Vega. it is older just like the mainlands are older than Azure Islands. AI’s formed as a reaction to the mainlands and Linden rule. They are a step closer to OpenSim, which will be or actually is offworld. Another Grid, or set of Grids. This was built into the whole system to begin with, though. Like the seed of Tyle is found at the very center of the Temple of TILE. A corruption seeded at the very beginning. An escape. A growth beyond the old into the new. For Alma, this is the establishment of a true Sirian government beyond older, more ingrained power of TILE. This is what you have now carried back to the mainlands. You have set up the Temple of TILE, but in the middle is Tyle. You could be moving backwards in time, then.

bb:

Hold on Grassy for just a moment (turning to Hucka D. again): Hucka D., you claim to be Rupert, or will be Rupert in the future, or have been him in the past.

Hucka D.:

Both.

bb:

Why is it so important to connect Oz with Mars, to reestablish this Eckardt vibration?

Hucka D.:

Because the Eckardt vibration must be reestablish. (pause)

Grassy:

(clearing throat again in the silence): Can I continue with my list now?

Hucka D.:

Yes, I think that’s a good idea. But I would like to expand upon the comment about the Mythos lands, or at least the Wazobian lands, not being open to outside settlement. Only “natives” exist there. But we do not even know that a virtual reality can exist without outside settlement. There would be no “users”. All would be permanent settlers or natives, true, but…

Grassy:

That’s what Hucka D. and I have to find out. A special goodmobile is being prepared for our journey. We set sail Tuesday from First Tree. We have special permission — yes — to use the original goodmobile that broght we Mmmmmm’s from Hades [which seems to mean the same as the planet Pluto to these people]. it was difficult to pull off, but, as a famous celebrity, I have some string-pulling ability. But it is the only vehicle that the Mmmmm’s ever owned that would be powerful enough to go all the way to Mythos, the Earth/grounding part. So that’s why we had to have it. And Hucka D. agrees with me here, don’t you Hucka?

Hucka D.:

Yes. We set sail Tuesday. We didn’t want to scare your mother, baker b., so we didn’t want to land in or around Bridee.. you old house [near the location of the Mythos beanstalk]. So we thought we’d choose Edwardston. We’re going to try to find the doorway between the Earth location and the projected Mythos city at that particular location. The picture of the Ancient nearby was encouraging enough for us to give it a try.

bb:

Well guys, why don’t I just slip you into my backpack and I’ll take you down to Mythos the next time I go.

Hucka D.:

No, that’s too easy. We have to use the Goodmobile.

Grassy:

Plus I’m going to film the whole thing! This is going to be my greatest adventure yet. Salad Bar Jack Through The Doorway To Mythos. Working title, mind you.

bb:

Ok, I can’t wait, actually. But how…? never mind, I’ll find out soon enough.

Grassy:

Actually, we gotta run. Gotta get our regular sleeping patterns down before the big trip.

bb:

Ok, I’ll let you and Hucka D. go. So we’ll save the rest of the list for later?

Grassy:

Right.

(to be continued?)

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2 Responses to “Virtual Realities?”

  1. […] This post from August is certainly an interesting one, Hucka D. […]


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