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What is Sunklands? Part 1 or 2 or 3 of 100 February 2, 2010

Filed under: Aotearoa Sink,Big Sink,Sunklands — baker Blinker @ 7:49 am

“Petemond or Piedmont or Peter’s Mound was a way to keep all the sinks in Sunklands in balance, baker b. Yes, it was an agreed upon central spot. Big Sink is like the United States of Sunklands, in that they have more of the power. Second Sink is like China; Aotearoa like, er, Britain. So to have Sunklands Central in the heart of Big Sink is like having the capital of the world in Kansas City, Missouri.”

bb:

Thanks for that. So all these new synchronicities regarding Otaki Gorge and Peter’s Mound — they’re just leading me back to Aotearoa and out of Big Sink. Even if I give up the Pudding Hill property, which I’m inclined to do now, I can always just hop on my bike and be there in a couple of minutes. Not the same as living there, though. But I can kind of see what you’re getting at.

Hucka D.:

You purify yourself by first renting in Lill Burn Vallery, then Second Sink or Oolamoo-Drews Sink, before moving to Aotearoa. Then you move to Big Sink and think about giving up Aotearoa. This was as written in the Big Book of Quotes, Lies and Pomergranates (Needs More Cowbell).

bb:

(pause) Hucka D., as I’m checking, when you first brought up that book you said it was the Big Island Book dot dot dot. Is it now the Big *Sink* Book dot dot dot?

Hucka D.:

You must think of balance. Peter’s Cross. Petemond. You’re re-creating it — in part. Big Sink is the largest sink and wanted to dominate. Think of the publication of the Sunklands magazine (Sunklands Today). How many times a year should it come out? Is it published from Big Sink or another part of Sunklands? How do the sinks cooperate with each other, as in different countries?

bb:

Hucka D., I think I’m going to keep that 1 parcel, the lowest, in Pudding Hill. The central one. Ah heck, I’ll probably keep both of ’em.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Give up Yd Island… tough. Mogwa obviously.

bb:

These final decisions change nightly (!)

Hucka D.:

You know that Aotearoa represents a balance and a compromise. You know that Big Sink is not the be all end all. There are other sinks. The other sinks unite and make a balance to Big Sink, drawing it out of itself. The cross is formed, not like a Christian cross, really, but with equal arms and legs. Cross of the Lamb. 44 year quarters. Time/space was formed, really. 1886. St. Joseph’s, Jasper County, Illinois, which turned into St. John’s. 1886-1930-1974-2018. Then 2062 comes back to 1886. Sunspots. Peter. Peter. Superimposed on our mundane cycles. Traces abound. The 10×10 helps tell this story.

bb:

The 10×10, the art version, is also a cross.

Hucka D.:

Read Paradox II: The Chancelling again. Thank you.

bb:

Thank you (!)

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