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Abominable, 2 October 2, 2008

Filed under: Burning Life Island,Hilo Peak/Abomination,Kerchal Forest — baker Blinker @ 7:08 am
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“Hucka D., I want to keep talking a bit about the Yale collage picture we were examining before. Now to me, and to you also, it seems, Rudolph is obviously a symbol of Hilo Peak, as The Abominable Snowman perched above him is The Abomination itself. In taking more measurements today we know some additional things about The Abomination. We know that it is 5m x 5m at its base, but 3m x 3m at the top. We also know that this 3×3 top is owned by one group, but this group also owns, as a whole, 4×4 of the overall 5×5. This 4×4 piece of 16 square meters is aligned directly west of the 8×4 piece of 32 square meter land that represents the only jut of the overall parcel belonging to Urtahra. This jut, in effect, bridges Hilo Peak and The Abomination. But I’ll have more to say about those overall measurements in another post.

Hucka D.:

The dimensions of the Temple of TILE were also based on 3×3. Interesting you have 3×3, 4×4, and 5×5 all directly referenced by The Abomination. Has it been tamed, then?

bb:

I also wanted to talk about Burning Life. My theory, Hucka D., is that Burning Life is represented by Jay Cutler [likewise standing in for John Elway — see below], and the burning car in his hand is the central sun or Burning Man of that event. Now at his *feet* we have the marble that represents the planet Uranus, the most distant planet depicted on the roller coaster [starting with Mercury, which is the same as the roller coaster cart directly below the burning car/sun]. So my new theory is that Uranus is found in the Kerchal forest. Just like the Uranus planet you can *just* make it out on the map if you know where to look. And this Uranus is 3 cubes, 1 being transluscent. They’re set at full glow. *Barely* make it out, [just like Uranus is barely discernable to the naked eye, if you know where to look.]

http://www.maineskies.org/uranus.html

Hucka D.:

You think this is the opposite of Burning Life, then. Brightest verses the very opposite, so dim it lies on the very edge of perception. This is a contrast of opposites.

bb:

That’s right.

Hucka D.:

Hand high and feet low. Hilo.

bb:

Another interesting thing about the collage is the direct comparison, it seems to me, between Maria von Trapp-Herman Munster pairing and Abominable Snowman-Rudolf pairing. That could be the deepest part of the collage.

Hucka D.:

2 Monsters in each case.

bb:

The Temple of TILE is the Abomination. 3×3.

Hucka D.:

In part. (pause) It is the top of the Abomination, before the widening.

bb:

Is The Diagonal also The Abomination?

Hucka D.:

You have two opposite things, one very high — highness itself — and the other the highest of the low. (pause). The bird sculpture [red, green, blue “birds” The Hiker stands directly beside in the collage, also known as “Opus 19”] is suppose to lie on the periphery of a virtual burn, basically undetectable, or, again, you have to know where to look to find it. This is Uranus again. Blue. Beside the Uranus marble in the collage. Hilo. Hi Lo. Pluto.

bb:

Pluto?

Hucka D.:

Well, yeah. The unseen, maybe even the unplanet now. The ultimate in unnoticed. 9th.

bb:

I’m not quite getting that part yet.

Hucka D.:

Uranus, Neptune, Pluto; red, green, blue; spiralling downward, a continuation of the solar system immediately to the left, but the unseen part. Uranus marks the border between the two.

bb:

[“Opus 19”] is… lost my track of thought.

Hucka D.:

Grasmere. Go to Grasmere. Resolution. Monster perpetually tamed. Man, Moon, Munster. Calm. Moonshine. Jack Daniels. The *10×10*.

bb:

Thank you.

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