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Thank you for starting… January 3, 2010

Make/make Meddletown, baker b. Collage.”

bb:

Thank you for starting, Hucka D. Does this, then, relate to… (pause) well take a look at this, Hucka D. The Makemake dwarf planet was originally and unofficially known as Easterbunny (!). And I think you’re going to say that the kind of companion dwarf planet to Makemake is involved as well. Let’s see… this would be Haumea, a very peculiar type of dwarf planet, Hucka D., because it is football shaped and not a sphere. Very unusual for a body its size.

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

Haumea shares roughly the same orbit as Makemake… its closest relative for certain in the Solar System, as discussed a bit in this astrology oriented blog post. And with a preliminary name of Santa, to correspond with Makemake’s own preliminary name of Easterbunny. Very interesting indeed. (pause). Haumea looks a bit like an easter egg as well, rolling around in its orbit.

And it is similar in shape to the object the river goddess in the southern waters or channel of Nascera is holding — there’s two river goddess statues in these waters, as I eventually found out.

And twins to those also appearing in Nautilus City. Chess is involved here as well, Hucka D. I think the two queens, black and white, are important. And then I forgot to mention above about the second pair of river goddess statues in this Nascera channel, which *don’t* have doubles in Nautilus City as far as I have explored it.

I think it’s obvious that I need to study these 4 statues more and their relationship both figuratively and symbolically. Is *this* Meddletown, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

Meddletown is on Yd Island. Yd like Yards.

bb:

I think you’re also going to say that the Quadrobeavs put the Rabbit Head or Bunny Head on Yd Island, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Yes. I am. I was.

bb:

This is the Story of the Hare Who Lost His Spectacles translated, perhaps, into their Hare Who Lost His Hair (?)

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

According to the Quadrobeav mythology, Hucka D., those hares then shed their hair (coats) to reveal themselves as eggs underneath it, specifically described as *easter eggs*. Again, according to an already established mythology for those beavers in Herman Park. Formerly of Herman Park, I suppose.

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

OK… also I think Maken, West Virginia may be involved in this, since we have “Make” again, and also *twin* houses at the mouth of Wizardism Creek next to Lake Floyd. This is also the symbolic head of your Middle Island Creek, the longest creek in the world according to some sources and, in the middle, looping almost completely around itself to form The Jug, perhaps a purposeful Klein Bottle situation.

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

But I also think that you may think Yeot plays a role in this new development, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Yeot.

bb:

The Fuschia Diamond.

Hucka D.:

Close! Hiding point… place.

bb:

Is this possibly the spot (?!)

Hucka D.:

You better move on now to Sapphire. Here she is. Come on in darling.

Sapphire:

Creepy, Hucka D. Hi baker b. Just kidding Hucka D. Hello.

bb:

Hi Sapphire. Do you know about Yeot?

Sapphire:

Yes?

bb:

Is that Floaty Pond by chance? Is that *the* hill behind it or beside it?

Sapphire:

Yes?

bb:

That Explorer’s Club of Jeogeot is not at the same location as it is on the map Baker Bloch found in Atladia, Sapphire.

Sapphire:

No?

bb:

No. It is instead in, er… hold on, Sapphire. I’m going inworld to take a shot from within that Yeot Explorer’s Club, and perhaps the hillside I’m talking about.

Sapphire:

Thank you. I will wait…

*****

bb:

It’s the same Jeogeot map as the one pictured below. The Explorer’s [Information Center] actually shows up as a red square on the inworld map, just like here.

Sapphire:

Where’s the hillside? I’d like to see it.

bb:

It’s in Yeot. I don’t have a good picture of it yet.

Sapphire:

I need to see it. I need…

Hucka D.:

Sapphire will return another night. She has some cooking and cleaning to do before bedtime. And equations to complete. She is a good egg [don’t you think]?

bb:

Yes. She is very nice. I’m confused about the Cornfield family tree, though.

Hucka D.:

Understandable. I am too. There is First and Second to deal with both.

bb:

Lyfe, you mean. Lyves.

Hucka D.:

Yes. You better ask more about Yeot.

bb:

Well, I’m wondering why the lake appears so small [up close]? (snickers)

Hucka D.:

*You* are the giant one here. Like in Uli. Sirius[ly].

bb:

Hmmm… hafta think about that one Hucka D. What about the daisy?

Hucka D.:

Yes. Speeding things up, here’s an article about Yeot you should study. Mentions easter eggs. Goodbye and goodnight!

bb:

Thanks!

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3 Responses to “Thank you for starting…”

  1. […] The Bakers as one. Cornfields as one as well now. Meddledown which is the same as Meddletown. Make/create Meddletown, baker b. Collage […]

  2. […] like the planets Makemake (originally called Easter Bunny) and Haumea (originally called Santa, but shaped like an Easter egg), sharing a similar orbit. Orbit of influence. 10 and […]


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