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Baker keeps exploring: Pietmond South Gallery February 28, 2011

Filed under: Artists: Pietmond,Otaki Gorge,Pietmond — baker Blinker @ 7:20 am

Let’s send Baker Bloch over to Pietmond South Gallery, then, while he’s in the area.

The Kenneth Rougeau exhibit has been set up on floor 1 (of 4) for several weeks now, actually, with a core being examples from his powerful “Alice” digital collages. Kenneth discusses these works and others on the front page of his home site here:

http://kennethrougeau.com/

Some non-Alice inspired pieces top off the collection.

I was very fortunate, I feel, to find Kenneth’s art very quickly in a google search for “synchronicity + collage.” It was only a bit later that I learned of his Second Life connection, which made it easier to pitch the exhibit idea to him, I suppose. He knew the process, having his own SL gallery as well at one time. And as I recently mentioned in this blog, Mr. Rougeau has basically switched over to OpenSim for viritual artistic needs these days. I’ll have to head over there sometime to see what he’s come up with.

And just for educational purposes, mind you, I’ve also set up a Max Ernst exhibit on floor 3 of Pietmond South for now, with the high res textures used therein (paintings/collages) mainly culled from the now defunct Giornale Nuovo blog I stumbled across several years back.

The other floors of Pietmond South remain vacant for now, but I have some further ideas. Another of those “stay tuned!” affairs, then.

 

Baker continues to roam, and some Pietmond changes… February 27, 2011

Filed under: Hucka D.,Otaki Gorge,Pietmond — baker Blinker @ 8:08 am

The major, recent change is the deletion of Gallery Jack from the Pietmond grounds, although the empty structure still remains. I just thought it redundant, of course, that the works you encountered in this sampler gallery were already included in other town galleries. Plus no one really has visited Gallery Jack since it opened.

So I moved the map inside to what is really the center of town, most likely, right beside Orange House on Main Way. This replaces the old map that focused exclusively on the downtown area and the Pietmond art crawl galleries there. This map, instead, shows all of Pietmond in its full glory, hehe.

Oh, and another bonus about deleting the art of Gallery Jack: I now have over 200 prims to play around with total in Pietmond. Have an idea about another exhibitor I want to invite to show in the surrealist/collagist oriented Pietmond South Gallery, but will be mum on that for now. I’ve been very lucky about people not turning me down lately on showings, and don’t want to jinx my run now (!).

Let’s just have Baker Bloch head up the hill on Main Way to visit Pietmond South now.

Another aspect of Pietmond I rarely take note of is the continuation of the rocks starting beside Gallery None all the way to Main Way here, just behind Orange House.

The rocks quickly lead Baker to the similarly rarely visited cabin next to The Castle in the Rocks.

And this picture sort of explains why: nothing inside except rocks and grass and plants, with a bit of floor showing only near the front door and window.

This cabin was set up almost at the beginning of my Otaki Gorge land ownership period, so from early September 2010. But it use to be positioned where The Castle in the Rocks is now, just beside it. Who, if anyone, lived in the cabin is still one of the many Pietmond mysteries yet to be answered. Supposedly a family of friendly snakes presently live there called The Browns, although Baker didn’t see any signs of them during the current visit. Also inhabiting these rocks, in past/present/future and again according to town mythology, are The Greens and The Whites, also snake families and supposedly also quite friendly. Except maybe for The Whites a bit. OK, maybe The Greens as well.

The Castle in the Rocks is similarly devoid of internal objects save landscaping effects. Baker is somewhat surprised to find out that all 4 doors to the castle are still functional despite the lack of use over the months now, perhaps partially explainable due to the extremely low amount of rain the region gets. Nothing to rust the door mechanisms, see.

Amazing view from the rooftop, still.

Continuing in a direct line, Baker decides to also head up to Smelly’s Bar, long since abandoned as well. As you can see, it’s hard to rez much of anything in Pietmond from this distance with Baker’s 128 meter, default draw. Easy to understand how the bar failed to attract customers. Wonder what happened to Smelly, then?

Smelly’s Bar with surrounding “moat”. Is this the former site of a ancient castle? It would have to be one with a very small base, if so, although it could have also been very tall.

Hucka D.:

*I* use to live beside Smelly’s Bar. Because I am Smelly.

bb:

Hi Hucka D. You use to be Smelly?

Hucka D.:

*Am* Smelly. That’s my bar in that past/present/future spectrum you just mentioned. I sold honey. My honey.

bb:

So, er, it was a sweet smell instead of a sour smell.

Hucka D.:

Correct. (pause)

bb:

So you also know the story of the castle there? Perhaps Castle of The Rocks?

Hucka D.:

Yes! My castle and my rocks[ as well]. My path you just walked as Baker Bloch, really. That’s the old Pietmond path, the one not used now. But in the old days, when the sinkhole was just plants and forest and friendly or semi-friendly snakes, that was all we had: rock paths.

bb:

Was that the old Main Way[, then]?

Hucka D.:

Yes! It was. A row of castles, it was. Everyone had a castle, small or medium or large, then. It was the style of things in those days. You had Castle Bee, Burt, and Bill. The 3 B’s, they called it. All on the hill, just like, actually, that movie about the foxes you just watched tonight with Edna.

bb:

Fantastic Mr. Fox, you mean. Great movie. A bit too much action at the end, but that’s typical of animation these days. You’re talking about the line of factories on the top of the hill opposite The Foxes’ tree home. Let me dig up a picture.

Well, here’s their names anyway:

Here it is:

INSERT IMAGE.

We’re going to pretend I found it now anyway.

Hucka D.:

Good idea. Because I want to talk about it more tonight. Each “B” had a pet snake, colored green, white and brown. These became The Greens, The Whites, and The Browns. There were 27 other snakes in the sinkhole, reduced to 26 because one was lost, which was actually OK with the others. You know the name of all these snakes, actually. You know the one called Mary Ellen.

bb:

Very interesting (!) Yes, I know her *now*, but I didn’t know her *then*. She grew up about a football field’s length from me. She unconsciously must know about Zircon, and, actually, all of Wazob mentioned numerous times now in this voluminous blog. She must buy into the idea of Wazob.

Hucka D.:

Yes (!). But just unconsciously for now. Do you see what Greens, Whites, Browns lead to now? Do you see how it all connects?

bb:

Kind of. I’m going to have to study that list of snakes again. For sure.

 

Baker Keeps Continuing… February 26, 2011

Filed under: Hucka D.,Otaki Gorge,Pietmond — baker Blinker @ 10:26 am

The Blue Feather Gallery seems solid as well. Shrunk, shrunk, shrunk from its much larger incarnation in Noru, but all for the best, I feel, as long as I remember how it use to be. In those days, all was built around the Big E or Big Schwa, which was almost hidden within the 5, rotated Weston structures. The Big E/Schwa is representation of the Korean Channel which Jeogeot similarly spirals around, as it were, or at least according to Hucka D. and Sapphire.

Lemon House ingeniously fitted into the back of the gallery, allowing space for the proper exhibit to be created, which is the pared down version of “Jeogeot Through Art and Word” still (same as it was in Noru in expanded form).

I was just talking to an SL friend last night, perhaps the only, real friend I made during my stay in Chilbo (?), about how I gave up Noru for Pietmond and Otaki Gorge. The Blue Feather represents the main link between the two, perhaps. He was gracious enough to pop right over and give it a look. I hope he liked what he saw; it’s quite different from Noru, though, which was not a town and included more forest and open space. But Pietmond certainly has its wooded areas as well, just not as everpresent.

Park area behind the Blue Feather that I rarely visit any more through Baker Bloch. But still a part of Pietmond, I suppose.

Another strong link between Noru and Pietmond is Sapphire’s House of Truth, positioned southeast of the Blue Feather and south of House Greenup. All 3 of these structures lie off of Half Way, the cobblestone, semi-circular path that loops around Peter’s Mound to connect Long Way to No Way. Below, Baker sits on the second floor porch of Sapphire’s former home, taking in the view once more.

But there was nothing like central Pietmond in Noru, with its SoSo galleries, Norum Gallery, Something to CHRO About (actually that structure was in Noru for a spell), or the TILE Temple. Nor was there any correspondence to Pietmond’s Underground or Tower of TILE on the other side of it. It is in this middle zone that Pietmond truly seems to evolve beyond Noru, and perhaps even Chilbo in a certain, small way.

Hucka D.:

What happened to the blood, baker b.?

bb:

Hi Hucka D. Well… um, I suppose it went away when I logged out and back in.

Hucka D.:

What made it happen? What was that? I wonder if it came from the direction of *Pie Town*?

bb:

How could that be?

Hucka D.:

Oh, you know.

bb:

The discothèque?

Hucka D.:

That’s what I’m thinking. If you’re thinking it.

bb:

I’m thinking it’s Floydodo and what Baker Bloch was reading inside.

Hucka D.:

Billfork?

bb:

Yeah: Billfork or Pitchfork or sumtin. Baker saw Bobby Knight as the devil in Floydodo, and then everything started turning to red, beginning with his eyes. Knight has a pitchfork on his cheek in that book.

Hucka D.:

Floydodo will live on. It will not die alone on an island. Or it will rise again, like a TILEpyre. First TILEpyre. Or TylePIRE.

bb:

How *is* Bracket Jupiter? Is he enjoying his existence as such?

Hucka D.:

I’m not sure I’d say *enjoy*. (pause)

bb:

Well. Where is he?

Hucka D.:

Slosser still. Slossing around.

bb:

Heterocera, then.

Hucka D.:

Yeah. He takes care of TILE now and its belongings.

bb:

Centered around Rubi, still.

Hucka D.:

Right, exactly. Rubi in past, present, future. He helps archive all that.

bb:

If I get rid of Pietmond, if I ever do that is, I might go back to that continent, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

You will go home.

bb:

But I’m not finished in Pietmond yet. I have more exhibits to create. And I may simply get rid of Gallery Jack, Hucka D. I’m not sure I need a sampler gallery, and it’s sort of separate from the rest of Pietmond.

Hucka D.:

Sample gallery could be on Heterocera. You better make that cross.

bb:

Hmmm… thanks (!)

 

Pie Town responds… February 25, 2011

Filed under: Pietmond,Pietown (rl town),Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 3:19 pm

… to my current dilemna of whether to keep potential sister city Pietmond around long term. Children at [delete name] school draw up plans of how to improve the design of Pietmond.

Notice on second place winner Sally Truber’s map, she proposes to narrow the distance between No Way and Long Way to increase park space in the north and south, along with adding a discothèque (red).

And Tommy Blooper’s winning entry maps out even more radical changes, envisioning a future Pietmond with a considerably larger downtown block and more cul-de-sacs for exploring and shopping possibilities. And, oh yeah, a discothèque.

Well done kids! I promise to look over all your efforts when I received them in the mail next week, compare them to what I presently have, and then move forward from there. Thanks again!


baker b.

 

Baker continues…

Filed under: House Greenup,Otaki Gorge,Pietmond — baker Blinker @ 9:03 am

… to poke around the ins and outs of Pietmond, attempting to justify his continued existence there.

He tries to step into the shoes of Ticky Bill, see what he sees from his upstairs quarters in Lime House. He looks directly across the tops of CHRO and SoSo toward Orange House, Baker’s present home in Pietmond and one he can’t seem to be pried away from.

Uneven sidewalk (No Way) outside Lime House. Could this be considered the “bad” side of town? Probably not, but just asking.

Baker decides to stroll up to House Greenup while on No Way. Checking the link back to Gallery Jack inside, he realizes he hasn’t been in this house in perhaps several months, which the cobwebs attest to.

Such a nice location for no one to visit.

He opens “Floydodo” placed on a small table underneath the stairs of House Greenup and reads a passage he’s been thinking about lately. Baker ponders: “Is *this* the forbidden knowledge Peter sought in trying to understand the town’s central labyrinth?”

The beds and the assoc. green and red alexandrite jewels would also represent the master synchs Billfork (red) and SID’s 1st Oz, as directly tied also into the symbolism of the two Boulder parks Frank and Herman. At first, it was thought that Billfork was more the appropriate symbol of Frank Park but further inspection caused the roles to be reversed – SID’s 1st Oz became the synchronicity of high Price, while Billfork became the truly Price-less one. At least in terms of gold tilings. As Pierre’s center of the USA is also directly attached to Billfork, the eyeball here would also represent Pierre as aware of the connection of Billfork to this center. The eyeball (Pierre) is now aware of the relationship of Billfork to SID’s 1st Oz.

Baker tries hard to remember but can’t: What is Billfork? Wasn’t that the original name of Pietmond? No, that was Pitchfork. But the names seem too similar.

Baker then googles “billfork” and finds that it is synonymous with a pitchfork, like the Devil’s prodder.

It’s happening again.

 

30x30x30 is correct for the 10×10 February 24, 2011

Baker Bloch, along with me, thinks, “I got it right the first time.”

If the Edwardston Station Gallery can’t be in the middle of Big Sink, the middle of Blackmount Sink is as good as any location for it. The 30x30x30 cube turned out to be the right venue for my “Art 10×10”.

It flitted across my mind just a minute ago to think about downsizing in SL, which means essentially giving up Pietmond. What would that do? Well, it would still leave me with the ESG, cube version (in 2 separate locations in SL now). It would perhaps leave me with Pietmond South. Maybe. I would still keep the Pietmond South Gallery, perhaps adding the collections of SoSo West, Norum, Something to CHRO About, and so on to it. I might keep Gallery Jack, inserting it next door as a memorial to Pietmond (in place of the Home o’ Fibs).

Maybe advertise the last month of Pietmond sometime soon. Hiking season is upon me. My focus will be outdoors at least till the end of May/beginning of June. I can rent additional space, then. And, gasp, I can actually *sell* the land of Otaki Gorge.

But all this is just speculation. I may not give up anything.

Pietmond is about emergence from the enclosed, island-like self into a peninsula self, beginning, really, with SoSo in early December. And connected with this it’s about TILE. I’ve been attempting to explain to Mike C. in more recent emails to him about the design of the labyrinth in the center of the TILE Temple, and how it is a direct representation of Dark Side of the Rainbow.

TILE is more than just the outer 4 colors of this labyrinth (red, green, blue, yellow), which add up to 26 units or separate tiles themselves, correlating with the 26 English alphabet letters. It has to have 10 more to complete, or the numbers 1-10 to make 36 total. The 36-Square is one display of this concept, the 36-Triangle another. Each contains truths and lies about the whole, which is beyond both.

Mouseview from Peter’s Rock: Baker walked the labyrinth, keeping the DSotR correlations in mind. He’s happier now.

 

I don’t know. February 23, 2011

Filed under: Hucka D.,Otaki Gorge,Pietmond,Shubelik,Uncategorized,Whitehead Crossing — baker Blinker @ 7:43 am

This would be a great place to retire from my short lived career of town making if I so desired. I have about 320 prims free still after the addition of this cabin and some minimal landscaping. Incredible view!

But seriously (seriously?), back in Pietmond Baker ponders what to do next to further the cause. He heads down to the labyrinth to take a look at Peter’s Rock, and decides, for real, to separate that 32 square meter parcel enclosed by the metal fence from other Pietmond parcels. In my recently created history (part 1 of 11) for the town, I list a number of lies believed about Peter’s Rock. But what is the truth? We must go back to the very beginnings of my land ownership in Otaki Gorge to attempt to find out.

But there’s still so much to learn about Pietmond. What was that small castle on the hillside used for in olden days? Was it the original TILE Temple?

Gallery 9 beside it, or more correctly at this point, Gallery *None*, is still empty. I have an idea who *should* be exhibited there, but I’m not sure it will ever happen. But in any case I think I’ll dedicate, silently, this gallery to him, another old syncher friend. It’s a bit off the beaten trail anyway — not sure who would get down here to visit unless I created another gallery kiosk for it, which I don’t think would be a good idea. Technically it’s still part of the Pietmond Art Crawl, along with the 2 parts of SoSo, the Norum Gallery, Something To CHRO About, and also the Tower of TILE just to its north.

And Baker still “lives” in the town’s Orange House, following the pattern of original town hero Peter SoSo, and namesake of the SoSo galleries just to its right in the below photo. The plan was for him to move into the Home o’ Fibs just up the hill, and then convert Orange House into a town hall of sorts. But it hasn’t happened yet, and may never. Baker’s pretty happy still in these digs.

Main Way through the center of town is still solid. Don’t plan to change anything about it anytime soon.

Baker continues down Long Way, gliding past Peter’s Grave. He pauses to check it out closer. Peter’s Grave or Mound, not Peter’s Rock, is actually what the town is built around, practically speaking.

Only the central, 16 sq meter parcel of the 3 making up the mound is not abandoned land.

Actually, here’s a related thread on the subject from Second Citizen MK II:

http://www.secondcitizen.net/Forum/showthread.php?t=1064

But of course that doesn’t explain why it is Peter’s Mound above and beyond any ordinary mound. Is Peter truly buried within, and if so, which Peter? Peter SoSo’s father or grandfather (Good and Great respectively), as the recent history post speculates? Multiple Peters?

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Hucka D.:

Warren Zeevon lived in what’s now called Gallery None, baker b. The gerbil proprietor.

bb:

Thanks Hucka D. Good to “see” you. In this older Otaki Gorge related post, it states that Peter, the one buried in the mound, may have been from outer space, making him an Ancient Astronaut I suppose. Interesting that it seems to refer to Baker Bloch as the tip of a golden pyramid as well, the All Seeing Eye.

Hucka D. (agreeing):

All Seeing “I”, yes.

bb:

Is this particular Peter actually a rabbit, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

And this mound relates to the 18th and final hole on a golf course, which this particular rabbit image seems to be holding the pin for. The pin is the palm tree [in the picture below,] directly above the center of the mound in other words.

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Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

Hucka D., in PB, Peter the Rabbit is called Pierre by a worm which seems to be the same as a worm hole.

Hucka D.:

Right.

bb:

He teaches Peter about the time machine. He is a worm driving a time machine. Has to be a worm hole, then.

Hucka D.:

You have 28 days and a bit more to wrap things up here.

bb:

In Pietmond?

Hucka D.:

Yes.

*****

bb:

Otaki Gorge property was bought right after “Carrcass-4”, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Correct. Big E.

bb:

There are 2 sides, a Nascera side and a Arecsan side. E and Schwa. Eschwa.

Hucka D.:

The rock is the planet Sapphire’s parents come from orbiting Alpha Centuri.

bb:

Thanks, Hucka D. This morning I thought about how Grey Rock at Whitehead Crossing is symbol for Jeogeot as a whole, perhaps, but specifically encapsulated in the opposition of Yeot and Aotearoa, described in other places as, respectively, white and black Go pieces.

Hucka D.:

*Gong* is a Go piece.

bb:

The Yeot pool, yes. Next to Teepot.

Hucka D.:

Teepot or Pietmond had to go the way of the dodo. Pietmond is a town sent, and Teepot merely a town sent by Pietmond. It was obvious: shadow and real. White and black. Isn’t it?

bb:

Yes. Pietmond then escapes this gravitation of Jeogeot. Pietmond will outlive Jeogeot.

Hucka D.:

Yes. (pause) Because it is above any virtual reality. Particular one, I mean.

bb:

Will it be shifted to OpenSim?

Hucka D.:

May-be.

bb:

But Grey Rock in Whitehead Crossing represents Pietmond itself, and perhaps Peter’s Rock within.

Hucka D.:

Yes. There is a Geojeot Rock that came before Grey Rock, shall we put it. Mossman uncovered former, then recognized the energy again when encountering Ol’ Whitehead at his Crossing. Grey Rock is an overlap of 3, separate energies and directions. Grey Rock is quite important. It is a way of remembering Jeogeot when the continent has long disappeared. There is seemingly negative energy, black, balanced by seemingly positive energy, white. Whitehead created the first humanoid toy avatar, ensouled. He was a toy avatar maker. T-Bonz, or, sorry, Dirk Stew is a direct descendant of this first, living human toy.

bb:

What was the toy’s name, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

Herman.

bb:

Like in Herman Munster?

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

Did the Mossmen get along with this Herman?

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

Did The Bees?

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

There’s a giant gray rock, an asteriod actually, floating directly above Peter’s Rock now in Pietmond, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Ask the main question tonight.

bb:

Will we soon start a SID’s 1st Oz interview?

Hucka D.:

*Yes.*

bb:

Should we warm up, as it were, on this blog?

Hucka D.:

Start please.

bb:

Thanks.

 

Pietmond Rocks February 21, 2011

Filed under: Otaki Gorge,Pietmond,Shubelik,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 9:41 am

It might go away in a month or 3, but for now, Pietmond rocks!

First, some news: SoSo West exibitor Mike Casey and I have completed his large, 4 part interview, starting here:

https://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/interviews/mikecasey01/

You can find the links to all 4 parts under the “SoSo West: Mike Casey” sub-heading on the Pietmond Galleries page from the top of this blog:

https://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/interviews/

And here are the links in case you have problems finding it on that page for some reason:

https://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/interviews/mikecasey01/
https://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/interviews/mikecasey02/
https://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/interviews/mikecasey03/
https://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/interviews/mikecasey04/

Now admittedly I’ve had some trouble starting up any interviews I’ve wished to hold in the last several years — someone, an avatar anyway, said, straight to my face after I brought up the idea, “Now *why* would I want to do *that*?” But in that instance I’m glad the idea was snubbed so quickly because I wouldn’t want to waste a lot of time on a product which might turn sour at any time.

Mike’s interview is different. I have a feeling I’m going to look back in several years and think: something started with this. Already I have ideas about how to carry the energy generated into other projects.

But I’m proud to have *all* the present Pietmond exhibitors, even if we don’t do specific interviews related to their work. The interaction with each and every one is special. It’s just that I’ve known Mike for quite a while, and apparently we had a lot to chat about.

Future plans: Mike and I devoted the last 2 of 4 sections of his interview to the discussion of audiovisual synchronicities in the main. Following up on that, I, 1) want to perhaps collected more art from other such “synchers”, perhaps attached to additional, albeit smaller interviews, 2) do a study on a specific syncher who probably won’t fall into the former group, and, 3) work on my own SID’s 1st Oz site again, an a/v synch mentioned quite a number of times on this blog already. Hucka D. or Hucka Doobie has stated a desire for an indepth talk about this synch going on several years now. And, 4) the possibility also exists of opening a synch related board again, or at least I’ll leave that door ajar for now.

On other fronts, Pietmond South remains the main, growing part of Pietmond presently, and I plan to exhibit more material there soon, perhaps a retrospective collage exhibit from past masters like Max Ernst and Joseph Cornell. For educational purposes only, of course; I won’t sell any of that kind of art. Still searching for additional exhibitors, but at this point I want the fit to feel totally right, since I’m so pleased with what I already have showing in Pietmond.

And despite consistently applied conservation efforts, I’m finally running out of prims to work with here. 😦

Even so, I believe another, small gallery or gallery space will be opening in Pietmond soon, called the Asteriod Gallery or perhaps The Darwin Asteriod Gallery. More soon on that as well; prelim. pic for now:

*And*, I now rent some more land. I know I didn’t really need it, but the view was so spectacular that I apparently couldn’t resist, hehe. It’s on the southern edge of the Sansara continent, a landmass I’ve largely ignored since moving to Jeogeot going on close to 2 years ago now (!)

Alls I plan for that location is a skybox for continued rezzing tests/experiments, and perhaps a nice ground structure of some kind. Addtional note on this: I was all set to rent in Blackmount, in the sink again, when I popped over to find that the land had already been sold to someone else. Fate, then, we’ll call it. And of course I’ll most likely start exploring around this new area and record my sundry finds on this blog.

 

OpenSim: How to get on. February 20, 2011

Filed under: Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 4:09 pm

Latest post from the DeviantArt site of Kenneth Rougeau, current Pietmond exhibitor:

http://synchronicity313.deviantart.com/

Which led to this:

http://kennethrougeau.com/tag/opensim/

 

Chesterton February 19, 2011

Filed under: Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 10:18 am

“Hi Chester.”

Chester:

Hucka D. says hi. He will return.

bb:

That’s great. What of you?

Chester:

I go the way of the dinos. To hell.

bb:

Do you wish to talk about TOM tonight?

Chester:

TOM is my father.

bb:

I was just reading the appropriate posts of the Booker T. Archive, and it says that TOM was concieved when masculine Hannibal Island collided with feminine Cairo Island at St. Louis.

Chester:

When TOM was born in Chicago, the POPE emerged and Mt. Tom turned from a pyramid into a heap of sand.

bb:

The POPE at Cairo.

Chester:

Yes sir. Altered history.

bb:

Sink Floyd playing Dark Side of the Rainbow at Mt Tom… did that turn it back into a pyramid?

Chester:

That event connected eastern [hemisphere] and western [hemisphere]. The Whole Earth. POPE is unique to the West, Pyramid to the East. The West was not fulfilled in this reality where we presently speak. Through TOM and his birth at Chicago, it was. He took the form of Syd Barrett and interrupted the concert of Sink Floyd at the Indiana Dunes. He mounted the state, as you put it. Sand, sorry, sang “Arnold Layne”. Concert goers saw Mickey Mouse chasing down Minnie Mouse and making love to her. Freaked them freakies out. Few remembered the actual event. Drinks were tainted. Jasper. Sink Floyd didn’t remember either. Syd became also SID that day. TOM… SID.

bb:

What does all of it mean?

Chester:

Sink Floyd was attempting to prevent the action of POPE, the birth of TOM. Brainard didn’t want this. Jealous God he was and is and will be. POPE led to him, him led to POPE. So he sent a representative. “I’m alive. I am.”

bb:

Hmm.

Chester:

We are left to only ask, “y”?