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Plans, Plans, Plans… March 21, 2009

Filed under: Burning Life Island,Tronesis,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 8:43 am

“I believe we should probably talk tonight Hucka D.”

Hucka D.:

I am here. I am there.

bb:

The new gallery space, the new and probably one and only Edwardston Station Gallery, seems perfect, Hucka D. A big, huge thanks again to Arcadia Asylum, wherever she is.

Hucka D.:

Might be a he. But: yeah.

bb:

The ESG [Edwardston Station Gallery] and the Temple of TILE (and assoc. Gallery) are obviously 2 halves of one thing, Hucka D. And this polarity, this duality, should be represented at Burning Life. That’s a totally new development.

Hucka D.:

But one in the making for quite some time now. You will be one and a half years old in SL by the time of Burning Life 2009. I think you could be ready… we’ll see. All this is pointing toward a *3rd* Life, though, one that can be thought of as existing inside SL. Is the phrase “3rd Life” trademarked yet, I wonder?

bb:

Funny. Or “First Life” for that matter. Like Jello.

Hucka D.:

That’s why we have to use the initials SL all the time in our talks. We can’t say second life, and notice I don’t capitalize second life there. That’s because I’m using it in a different context. Except I’m not, you see.

bb:

Funny once again. I can’t wait to talk about 3rd Life. I see marbles, marbles, marbles. Avatars becoming marbles and then back. Waterfall. Perpetual.

Hucka D.:

Marble Falls. Marbles fall.

bb:

I don’t know if the little hotties can give up their special, little avatar bodies, Hucka D., he he.

Hucka D.:

That’s mean.

bb:

Ok, yeah I went overboard there.

Hucka D.:

I was just joking.

bb:

Ok.

Hucka D.:

What were we talking about? And where’s my beer?

bb:

I’m wondering if the Cross of the Lamb is the same as the Cross of TILE, or perhaps Cross of Tyle?

Hucka D.:

44 years apart. 1930-1974-2018-2062

bb:

Lamb Lies Down On Broadway was released in 1974, Hucka D., as you probably well know through your research of Tronesis.

Hucka D.:

[Delete name] will be back soon enough. Peter Dunne, the Dunne deal. 1886-1930.

bb:

I’m trying to remember — 1886 is the same as 2062, correct?

Hucka D.:

Peter Dunne found St. Michigan on the map of Michigan in the Newton city library in 1886, baker b. He recognized it as the Head of Amereca at the time. He saw the St. within. St. Michigan. St. John. The Head. The Head is Dead. Long live The Head.

bb:

Esbum’s two ponds united as one. St. John’s to St. Joseph’s and done. Dunne. Two saints in one. Esbum. ESBUM.

Hucka D.:

When Esbum becomes — became — ESBUM, then the 2 saints were united. St. Michigan. Ascension. Assimilated. Hillsdale.

*****

bb:

Anyway, I don’t want to get bogged down into searching for Hillsdale/Hillsdale County images, Hucka D. What about Hillsdale? St. Michigan?

Hucka D.:

Peter Dunne, the Dunne Deal Peter, found the Michigan map in an atlas in Newton and recognized The Head. St. John. He then decided to change the name of his church from St. John to St. Joseph, to keep The Head alive. All this is in Paradox III: The Chanceling Continues. Where are we on that?

bb:

2062 is the same as 1886, though? In the giant Cross?

Hucka D.:

I think you need to look into Sorcerer as well.

bb:

Thank you.

*****

Raelism may play a part in this, Hucka D. Rael’s contact with extraterrestrials happened in 1973, same time that Lamb was being pieced together in the study by another Peter [Gabriel], who played the character Rael in the rock opera on stage.”