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Revelation Re Abomination… October 22, 2008

“Hucka D., I wanted to talk to you before exploring Nautilus City more.”

Hucka D.:

That’s fine.

bb:

Hucka, I’m almost positive that the statue of the trident holding Neptune guarding the inner harbor of the city is in some kind of direct resonance with The Abomination of Federal.

Hucka D.:

They are the same!

bb:

Both are 45 meters high [see snapshots above]. That’s the biggest clue. Both are *green*. Both are associated with Mossmen, and perhaps, in particular, Gene Fade. Both stand on a sea bottom about 10 meters in elevation, with a water level of 20 meters. Just to review for the reader, there are 2 twinned statues of Neptune/Poseidon in the harbor about 80 meters apart, one with a trident and one in more disrepair and without the trident. Both are 15 meters high from head to foot, which means the feet are 10 meters above the 20 meter water level in this area.

Hucka D.:

These are 2 aspects of The Abomination itself.

bb:

Does the trident represent those streams at the westernmost end of Frank Park?

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

That must mean the one holding the trident is the true Mossman or He-man, ruler of Frank Park. But I think this also has to do with the hidden feminine energy. The Abomination, and the matching statue at Nautilus City, are obviously strong male symbols.

Hucka D.:

I think you should clarify that this has little to do with the He-men created by Hanna Barbera except in surface appearance. Mossman is more a Big Foot in a way. Yeti.

bb:

I know that the matching green statues on the north and south side of the island represent the two energies of the island itself, masculine (north) and feminine (south), probably also represented by the more reserved elements of the southern coast as opposed to the more dramatic builds of the northern coast — the Magellan vehicle, the harbor, and, of course, the Poseidon statues themselves. The walled interior stands more to the north itself. The canal as well. Actually I guess this kind of breaks down at the eastern and western edges. It could be that the crystal temple to the east is feminine and the harbor to the west represents the masculine energy again. There could be several polarities involved, perhaps working at perpendicular angles.

Hucka D.:

Mossman is a Green Man, able to control vegetation. He talks to the plants. He can turn into a plant himself. He is a powerful deity. He is as real as you and I. And he is many, or some. A couple. I mean, probably more. 100s.

bb:

Does he live in that separate bit of Frank Park?

Hucka D.:

*Yes*.

bb:

Is there only 1 who lives there?

Hucka D.:

(pause). 1, or perhaps 2. But 1 for sure.

bb:

How many live elsewhere?

Hucka D.:

20 up to 100.

bb:

How many in the rest of Frank Park? And how many in Herman Park?**

Hucka D.:

All of them. Almost all. Some are on Grandfather, the oldest of all peaks. But they are breaking from tradition because that mtn. is forbidden to tread on according to Mossman religion/mythology.

Hucka D.:

Is this the same Grandfather that is pictured in the Edwardston Station Gallery?

Hucka D. (smiles):

You know it is.

bb:

I keep going back to the trident.

Hucka D.:

Smithy is here.

bb:

Alright, we’ll talk to Smithy for a while.

Smithy:

I know Mossman. He is nice. He helped me. He helps me.

bb:

Smithy, can you tell me more about the portal Mossman closed, and how this is connected to Mocksity at the corner? Cornersville?

Smithy:

At the end the portal closes. But then rebirth. Second. Open again. Just like… just like…

Hucka D.:

Just like me, she means.

Smithy:

Yes.

bb:

Smithy, are you friends with Hucka D., then?

Smithy:

Yes. Friends.

bb:

Do you know that Hucka D. lives in Second Life?

Smithy:

Yes. I do too.

bb:

Do you have an avatar, then?

Smithy:

No. I don’t think so.

Hucka D.:

She has no avatar, although she could readily get one.

bb:

Hucka D., how is Grassy involved in all this? Or Salad Bar Jack, if you wish?

Hucka D.:

He is a special Mmmmmm. He is a celebrity for one thing, perhaps the greatest of all since he’s so well known through his action/adventure movies as Salad Bar Jack.

bb:

Where’s T-Bonz these days?

Hucka D.:

He’s doing some commercials until the movie revs up again.

bb:

Will that be soon?

Hucka D.:

Yes.

Smithy:

I am tired.

bb:

Yes Smithy. Thank you.

Hucka D.:

You need to go inworld yourself.

bb:

Suppose so. Thanks Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Take a closer look at Mossman in the collages. You’ll find additional clues there.

bb:

Yes, I will.

* It did occur to me after writing this that the trident Poseidon is holding would be about the same height as the 17 plus meter Hilo Peak. This could become a crucial secondary resonation.

** Frank and Herman Park are two similarly sized parks existing side by side with each other in the Appalachian Mtns. Frank has been assoc. with Heman as a contrast to Herman, but the name Herman comes from an actual name of a person as well. I’ll atempt to better explain the extradimensional relationship of these 2 parks in this blog soon.

 

New Island!, 12

Filed under: Nautilus City — baker Blinker @ 4:57 am
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Baker Bloch was studying the purplish clusters of crystals so intently that he didn’t notice what was in the harbor just ahead. Actually his draw distance might have been set low enough that he couldn’t make the statues out. But at any rate in turning around and perhaps moving up the walkway a bit, he saw the first one. Neptune, aka Poseidon, in all his glory and trident in hand. Guarding the harbor or protecting it and standing erect before it like a proud parent.

But it turns out there wasn’t just one huge Poseidon statue but *two*, one in more disrepair and without the trademark trident. The more corroded statue stood directly west of the first, about 80 meters away as best I can tell.

Then between and in front of them (north) we find this ancient ship that looks perhaps vaguely Phoenecian (?) I’ll let those much more familiar with ships and history deal with that question.

Interesting marketplace area with groups of different vases, crates, and other containers. All apparently empty, though.

Numerous, eroded docks of the harbor. No natives sighted yet at all. This town definitely seems deserted.

Purple eels are found near the docks. Baker Bloch thinks eels look way too much like snakes, and so he stays a good distance away.

Another cluster of those purplish crystals, found in a square of pillars just past the main harbor area.

Continued!

 

New Island!, 11

Filed under: Nautilus City — baker Blinker @ 4:52 am
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Baker must have dozed off for a long time again, for the next thing he knows it’s dawn once more. More pillars and ruins in general at a pond just north of the western point here.

Then a row of pillars actually in the slow process of tumbling into the sea, it seems. Baker Bloch finds that these pillars are very picturesque… by that I mean he found it’s hard to take a bad picture of ’em. Maybe it was just a good time of day to be taking pictures of this area. Sun was rising.

Then another shot of the pillars with those mysterious houses so prevalent in the area.

And then more crystals are discovered near a gazebo at the harbor’s edge. But a purplish variety here, and not the ruby color of those at the crystal temple on the opposite side of the island.

Next: Baker Bloch turns around.