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Spacetime Donuts February 17, 2010

“Hucka D., wanna talk about Pietmond or Piedmont tonight?”

Hucka D.:

Maybe a bit later. Let’s talk ticks.

bb:

Tiks and toks?

Hucka D.:

I’m one. I caused the Lyme stuff. I am SID’s 1st Oz now. Mole Hill to Mountain. We must begin soon.

bb:

Interesting. Should I keep the Yd Island property, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

No. Move to Chasm Deep, as you already have.

bb:

The Yd Island mythology is basically complete as is, then (?)

Hucka D.:

Yes. You have your rabbit head. You’ve found the rabbit avatar. Uma G. Uma. And the old conflict with the Cornfields in Meddletown which might be the same as Meddledown. Probably not but who knows. And you know of The Arab or the Foreign One or the 4-in-1. The magical transport ship which was used to travel through the Macro Hill [sic?] in timespace — spacetime. Sealed up now, that 10 sim hole is. Hole to Whole. You can move on, as Sapphire did before you, when she was the little, cute girl known as just Turquoise. And well before the final transformation into… well, better not go there.

bb:

Thanks for that. I feel the same way about Yd Island (not surprisingly), and also that it is linked to Nascera. I’m still interested in exploring the new regions of that still new continent, but not as excited as before. Not as much open land in the new sims.

Hucka D.:

No. The two are linked, yes. Petemond… Piedmont. It should be at the center but it’s not. Big E Gallery made physical with thousands of prims littering the ground, a scrying device used to mark specific locations of buildings, streets, talismanic objects, and so forth. But it did not happen, and the Big E moved on to the southeast corner and became a rook, then became nothing.

bb:

I still think there’s some interesting developments in Nascera, Hucka D., to find. And also Yd Island.

Hucka D.:

I will not disagree presently.

bb:

I’m then ready to talk about Pietmond when you are.

Hucka D.:

Well, you’ve completely figured it out. There was a virus that killed off the original inhabitants of Piedmont, which you now know was known as Pietmond. In macro-time, this would correspond with you *almost* killing off the Aotearoa property, the same property that Pietmond (partially) was situated upon. But at the last moment you decided against it — *I* aided you in this. In this way, extending your existence in Aotearoa you also helped heal the past death and carried it forth into a new life as well. Second Lyfe… for Aoteraoa, through Aotearoa. Insert a picture of the gallery just before the rebirth and we’ll carry on.

INSERT PICTURE.

bb:

OK… dunne.

Hucka D.:

You have a fitting of square and diamond, just like (the shape of) Piet Mondrian’s last two works and his most important works: Broadway Boogie Woogie and the uncompleted Victory Boogie Woogie. Before the famous Dutch artist could complete the latter a virus wiped him out as well. He died of pneumonia in 1944. He is Peter. Pietmond… and the inhabitants Pietmondians. Obvious association. And you found this out through a search of Ummagumma images. The Pietmond image immediately struck you… you knew it was the same as Piedmont. Another Piedmont was wiped out by a virus as well, but that’s more a reflection of this earlier death. Now you know.

bb:

Again, thanks for that. Amazing story… many questions to ask about it. Broadway Boogie Woogie, the name, is perhaps connected with Peter Gabriel’s Lamb Lies Down On Broadway story. Sacrifice… to the Wall of Death.

Hucka D.:

But then Rael is dead/not-dead. Just like the inhabitants of Pietmond now, thanks to you in part. So you need to mix in Tronesis now. This is side one of the album, but the side that ends the synchronicity. Pietmond should have been derezzed, the ship… perhaps connected with the Foreign One itself come to think of it. But instead Pietmond jumps from the inexplicably saved ship and into the center of the Master Control Program, red and blue and red and blue.

http://exploringourmatrix.blogspot.com/2009/03/tron-gods-have-become-like-one-of-us.html

bb:

We better end here, Hucka D. Thanks as usual.

Hucka D.:

Quite welcome. Good luck on research for the exhibit. 🙂

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One Response to “Spacetime Donuts”

  1. […] seems like this post is where we talk about Pietmond and Aotearoa at the end of the period when I really lived there […]


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