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Probla Bee February 7, 2011

Filed under: Nautilus Continent,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 9:31 am

“We have to make these things obvious to you or you’ll miss them.”

bb:

You’re back (!)

Hucka D.:

Yes. Well, we have that interview to do.

bb:

SID’s 1st Oz?

Hucka D.:

Maybe. Maybe not. (smiles)

bb:

Well, good to see you. Where — dare I ask — where’ve you been?

Hucka D.:

You saw me. Remember? In Oliver. Fly by.

bb:

You’ve been in Oliver, Wisconsin all this time?

Hucka D.:

No. Chesterton.

bb:

Chesterton, Indiana. So you’re Chester.

Hucka D.:

Ummm. Yeah.

bb:

And Pietmond.

Hucka D.:

Could be. Might be. Possi-bly.

bb:

So… what have I uncovered on Maebaleia?

Hucka D.:

Not Maebaleia — Blackmount [instead]. You have no possibility of renting or owning in Nautilus.

bb:

Nautilus, right. That’s the continent I meant. The one with the Baker Bloch tipped gold pyramid on it.

Hucka D.:

That was just to get your attention. Have you thought about the Blackmount situation yet?

bb:

Not really.

Hucka D.:

Well you should. Eventually. Jack. 456 Jack. Edwardston Station Gallery. What to do with it?

bb:

I’m not convinced there isn’t something on Nautilus [as well].

*****

Hucka D.:

No, though.

bb:

Good enough [for tonight]. So, what were you doing in Chesterton? [You were there] all the time, huh?

Hucka D.:

Oh you know what I was doing.

bb:

Something about the Rainbow Sphere, I take it.

Hucka D.:

Yes. (looks slyly)

bb:

Well…?

Hucka D.:

A pyramid. Remember the Booker T. Archive and Chesterton. Pull up the post. Old post. Pre-blog type of post.

bb:

Lemme see. Here.

Hucka D.:

Thank you. (pause)

bb:

So Brainard, it says here, will not allow Pink Floyd to take credit for Dark Side of the Rainbow.

Hucka D.:

No. He won’t. Jealous god he is. Minor god, but still a jealous type.

bb:

That was way back in ’98. November.

Hucka D. (reading over my shoulder):

Who mounts the state? Was that a typo? (snickers a bit)

bb:

I suppose it’s Syd. Syd Barrett.

Hucka D.:

Brainard will not allow his golden one-ness to be eclipsed. He is the Great Golden One.

bb:

I suppose we better end. Thank you.

Hucka D.:

Yes. A comet hit the lake, though. Tomorrow, or day after, then. Thank you.

bb:

Good to have you back.

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Roaming…

In southern West End (east edge of hill country), found this car with grass growing all over the driver’s side that I thought worthy of a photo. Or Baker thought worthy.

I was just teleporting around looking at available, mainland property to rent this night through the Marly Tomsen site, and came upon a parcel on the east lip of the Finnsteraarhorn sink, the largest of the two, identified sinks of Maebaleia. Turns out the land had just been bought by the Clarity Homes group, but while there I took some long shots of the sink itself, now basically empty since the whole, namesake sim is up for sale at about 2 lindens a square meter. If I were a rich man…

But I was also reminded of how shallow the sink was, actually, entering from the west (angle of below picture). You could perhaps still come up with a good case that it’s not a sink at all, although I’d still argue for legitimacy.

Then I also found land for rent right next to my old property in Blackmount, which is also tempting. Hmmm… While there I took a trick shot of the sink, seeming to contain a large pyramid that is actually a much smaller version hovering above the sink, only about a meter high.

But then, strange thing, one of the next properties I visited through the Tomsen site, perhaps the next one, was quite near another pyramid shape, this time a gold version with the top removed. But, see, very similar to the split pyramid in Blackmount with the all seeing eye at the top. Baker Bloch is, in this way, merely standing in, as it were, for this eye.

For the record, the Blackmount pyramid is at about the 145 meter level, or about 55 meters above the ground, and owned by Jefferson Steeplechase, as Baker Blinker is checking right now. It’s called an “Illuminati pyramid,” with a description, “From the Robert Anton Wilson Memorial”. And I found a landmark to this memorial right at the top of the creator’s picks (Xelin Trilling), which Baker Bloch has already visited before when originally finding this Blackmount pyramid several months ago.

Then,*guess what*, Baker Blinker is presently finding, in teleporting to that location, that the memorial appears to no longer be there but her alter ego, Baker Bloch has, believe it or not, more recently visited this parcel anyway for different reasons: it’s in Kusanagi and owned by the FTL group, where he, in exploring the West End Road, was looking at eyelashes to go with his dead *eyes*, but deciding that it wasn’t a match at the time. Eyes again, even, like the All Seeing One at the top of the Wilson related pyramid. There *must* be something to all this, don’t you think? I mean, SL is small-ish, but it’s not *that small. 🙂 And Kusanagi has already come up in other synchy blog stuff, as described in this post from last month.