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Notes… SID February 9, 2010

Filed under: SID's 1st Oz,Tronesis,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 6:35 am

Hucka D., you stated here that we’ll start with Kansas City Life this time regarding a SID’s 1st Oz related interview, and equate it with Second Life. K.C. Life is used to strengthen the Kansas side of Dark Side of the Rainbow over the Oz side. This makes it (exactly length) 13 over the (exact length) 12 of the Oz Part. This is non-corrupted as opposed to corrupted.

Hucka D.:

Jeogeot is Wazob is SID’s 1st Oz…

bb (continuing):

That somehow the centered *hole* of Kansas City Life, exactly two minutes long and overlapping Zappa’s 200 Motels psychedelic Centerville with the first two minutes of Lou Reed’s notorious double album, Metal Machine Music…

Hucka D. (continuing on his own track):

You have forgotten Sapphire and let Nick of Barkley take over. You must achieve Balance.

bb:

You said this allowed the *second*, the other, to move in. This hole to be filled. In 2001. (repeating) This is Second Life.

Hucka D. (correcting):

Second Lyfe. Your Second Lyfe.

bb:

Jungian meaning of the phrase, then.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Jeogeot. (pause) Equals Wazob… (pause)

bb:

Equals SID’s 1st Oz. I know. (pause) What of Tronesis?

Hucka D.:

Lamb and Ram die together. Weakness becomes a strength (I assume Hucka D. is talking here about the rearranging of the 4 traditional sides of the Lamb Lies Down On Broadway album within the Tronesis synchronicity to make one of the strongest, if not the strongest, come last instead of first).

*****

bb:

Switching subjects for perhaps a moment, I have a feeling Wilma is attempting to read this blog now.

Hucka D.:

She will be. Jasper the Rook or Crow or Blackbird flew into the open window and began pecking on the 13th, the one before 14. Baker’s Dozen.

bb:

That’s the one which outlines the 10 collages of the Jasper series, Hucka D.

Hucka D. (mysteriously/fasciciously):

Yes, I know.

bb:

Was she able to make sense of it?

Hucka D.:

Hard to tell yet. A BROOK runs through it.

bb:

What does that mean? (pause) BROOK equals ROOK?

Hucka D.:

Blackbird. CHRO (spells this out).

bb:

Blackbird come out of the sky? Frisbee?

Hucka D. (still quoting Tronesis):

“Suddenly…”

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8ekGp4JoBl8

bb (pondering):

… Well, I’m going to keep on reading down the (new) SID’s 1st Oz catageory of this blog, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

I’ll wait.

*****

bb:

Hucka D., obviously an important subject for this point of the blog is the discussion of Piedmont, degradation of Peter’s Mound or Pete’s Mound or Petemond. (pause) Was the Cross of the Lamb — another Tronesis related subject, it seems — the creation of another reality superimposed on supposedly rl reality? In the shape of this cross with arms 44 years apart?

Hucka D.:

You know in your heart it is. 1974.

bb:

To weasel our way into a SID’s 1st Oz discussion we must first pass through Tronesis.

Hucka D.:

Good enough. What happened in the Newton (Jasper County, Illinois) library in 1886? Michigan was found… St. Michigan. Head without a body. Brainard. Ray? Could be. St. Joseph’s becomes St. John’s and done. Church of the Holy Hermaphrodite founded. Adam and Lillith together again. Revelation… 1886. Then in 1930, in Lamb County, Texas, Peter is there again, a cowboy from Spade who attempts to save a whore in Hart by circling around the world in 7 minutes. 6 and 7; p’s and q’s. The Lamb lies down; a killer storm blows through. In 1974, Lamb Lies Down On Broadway was released, mainly composed by another Peter (Gabriel). Not made into a movie… (Hucka D. speaks dramatically here): or was it?? Lead character Rael is also found to be the same as a channeler at the time. In 2018, Peter the Robot who knows the total ins and outs or p’s and q’s of the Tronesis synchronicity has his pink beam epiphany. Then in 2062 the circle or cross is complete, with head swallowing tail. Cross of the Lamb is a Dunne deal. Peter Dunne.

bb:

We better end. Thank you.

http://ldolphin.org/uroboros.html

 

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