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Chatting, U November 30, 2008

Filed under: Carrcass-1 — baker Blinker @ 9:28 am

“Chatting with you tonight, Hucka D.”

Hucka D.:

As u-sual. 🙂

bb:

Let’s get to Wheeler again. A theory, Hucka D.: Wheeler was not born in Olive Province of the Confederation, on Mythos, but in *Oklahoma* in the US. Olive is the direct equivalent to the 6 original counties of Oklahoma, minus the panhandle region. All together, they form a kind of *skillet*. Now, the birthplace of Wheeler in Sepisexton also points to this, because Sepisexton alludes to 17*76*, Spirit of ’76, and so on, or the birthplace of the United States. Wheeler, then, represents the US because he *comes* from the US. And he may be an Indian, if so.

Hucka D.:

No but he knows Indians. You must get to Bob Gibson soon.

bb:

So at age 10 or 11 his parents move, somehow, to Mythos and Wurme. They become somehow willingly trapped in this “virtual” world, I’ll call it for lack of a better term. And at a specific place, perhaps: Raytown.

Hucka D.:

Raytown is where Henry Wheeler went to college.

bb:

Sent to Mythos to go to college?

Hucka D.:

Then he returns later on to *work* at this same college in Raytown. But it is a lake community, or it has lakes. One in particular or a set. Esbum’s Pond. This pond fascinates the young Wheeler. Why? because of the Missing Piece inside. He’s able to walk it, you see. And when he walks it he’s able to come to your temple, baker b., here in Rubi. Or there in Rubi.

bb:

If the Missing Piece is in Mythos, perhaps the whole Edwardston sim is there as well, along with the 2 adjacent sims that also winked off the SL Grid at the same time. Esbum’s Pond is in the Edwardston Sim. I wonder if Mythos is made up of a series of square, *tiled* sims, just like SL?

Hucka D.:

You need to get to Wurme now. Wurme is SL, or the equivalent. Wheeler warned of the dangers of Wurme’s absorption into this virtual world, which is the same as his and your reverse (Pellendulus) world. Wheeler is a way to not be trapped in the SL-like virtual world. This is accomplished through the Temple, you see. At Raytown. And you must also get to the Battle of Esbum’s Pond. A rather famous Synthesis War battle — famous at least in the Confederation — took place there. This is equivalized by the Battle of Wilson’s Creek in Earth terms. And this has something to do with Oklahoma as well.

bb:

I wonder if he [Wheeler] fought in the Synthesis War, and perhaps at that battle in particular?

Hucka D.:

Could be. But probably not.

bb:

The battle would have been between Eobian and Wurme forces. Wurme would have won that particular battle, which gave them hope they could win the war as well. The Indians backing the Confederacy after the Battle of Wilson Creek seems important to consider here. (pause) Actually, Hucka D., in checking the Union won that battle in Missouri. Hucka D., I don’t think Raytown is exactly the same as Wilson’s Creek Battlefield, although it’s obviously close.

Hucka D.:

National Park. Wilson. 2Ms.

bb:

Alright Hucka D. So Henry Wheeler creates the Wheeler series of collages?

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

At puts them in the Temple of TILE??

Hucka D.:

Bob Gibson now.

bb:

Wheeler realizes there’s a Black Earth, which is right on target with Raytown or is the same as Raytown, and then there’s a White Earth, which is a little separate from Raytown, or is only united with Raytown through Temple, this temple, our temple.

Hucka D.:

Ray has seen the light. Homeless need to be out of the elements.

bb:

White Earth is Mythos, the formed planet from Burke. White from dark. The temple is brought over from SL or this SL-like virtual reality in Mythos.

Hucka D.:

Same virtual reality. Or at least the temple is basically the same, I mean.

bb:

Where is the link? Never mind, I know: the fire. The tire fire.

Hucka D.:

Portal. *You* must activate. You must make the link now. Bring Wheeler to the temple. Bring him asap.

bb:

Thank you. We may speak more later tonight.

*****

“Hucka D., I forgot to talk about Skillet and the temple. A theory: Olive, Missouri and probably Tin Town next to it is the most obvious link between the US and Mythos. The closest link — perhaps the site of the portal, then. And Olive, Missouri is reasonably close to Wilson’s Creek Battlefield as well. In the parallel Mythos history, or Mythhist, we have Wurme being defeated at the Battle of Esbum’s Pond by the Eobians, signalling the conquest of Wurme forces within the Confederation. It seems obvious that Eob would then retain this location but apparently they didn’t. The defeated Wurme took control after the Synthesis War. And then sometime before the formation of the POPE-at-Edwardboro [not to be confused with Edwardston or, for that matter, Edwardsville], Wurme would inherit the rest of their original country in the tradeoff of Gurr territory for the POPE, essentially.”

Hucka D.:

Skillet. Temple. Spider. Olive. Gold. Tin. Plaid. Redtop. Dallas. Polk. Violet.

*****