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All. May 13, 2011

Filed under: Crabwoo,Finsteraahorn Sink,Foxboro,Rubisea (Carcass-One),The Shallows — baker Blinker @ 5:04 am

“In Crabwoo, the temple is all important and central, Hucka D.”

Hucka D.:

And the labyrinth within. Did you walk[ it] today?

bb:

No, sorry.

Hucka D.:

Once a day every day. It is also a crop circle.

bb:

I think I’ll create a post on how to walk the labyrinth, Hucka D.

Hucka D.L

8 5 6 7 4 1 2 3. All the numbers.

bb:

In Pietmond this same temple was central but there was more “stuff” around.

Hucka D.:

When the Pietmond labyrinth was deleted the energy of Vortextra opened up wide and screaming. Babymouth.

bb:

No labyrinth could seal it.

Hucka D.:

Too big. Big Sink big. And this is where you must go out of yourself and also out of Sunklands. For the Vortex cannot be dealt with.

bb:

What is inside?

Hucka D.:

Red, blue. A man, a small man who is unhappy but who is a very big man. Big Sink big. Acknowledge the hole and you can deal with it. Cover it with green. Fence around. A place to be.

bb:

Only in… sorry once more.

Hucka D.:

Only in Crabwoo can the whole of Sunklands be properly sealed. Because it is where Sunklands came from.

bb:

I can’t leave that temple[, then].

Hucka D.:

No.

bb:

85674123.

Hucka D.:

Yes. All.

*****

bb:

I’m trying to envision the Crabwoo campus, Hucka D. I believe the mall area southeast of the temple would have perhaps been the dorm area, maybe classroom buildings.

Hucka D.:

That area has a controversial history. A large building was there in campus days as well, but it was a later additional, after the temple was constructed. Yes, it was classrooms and dorms both. It was a bit like the Biggie Gallery. Some said the fish cursed Crabwoo because of that particular building. Or through it[ I mean].*

bb:

I would say the Rookwood Cottage came before the temple as well.

Hucka D.:

That is correct. But it was there originally, moved, then put back in its original location to make a main entrance for the almost completed temple.

bb:

The stairs seem strangely out of place.

Hucka D.:

Both sets of stairs once led to the cottage. It was aligned to 135 degrees, then 225, then finally 180 as it became absorbed into the temple. The first set of stairs led to the door of the 135 degree version, the second to the 225, but the first set of stairs remained still. Then in the 180 degree version both sets of stairs, although they remained a part of the landscape, became rather equally useless and useful at once.

bb:

Interesting. And the cottage sits on that hill, perhaps the highest of Crabwoo.

Hucka D.:

Along with the grave.

bb:

Is that one of the Peter’s grave, Hucka D.? Peter the Good perhaps?

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

A main difference between the Crabwoo TILE Temple and the Pietmond TILE Temple is that Crabwoo was not built upon a cemetery. Nor is there the equivalent of Peter’s Rock within, like we have with Pietmond.

Hucka D.:

It was a great center of learning. Approached a 1000 students in its day.

bb:

Can i ask about the study of Sinkology now, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

The 8 major sinks were all known in its day, along with Finsteraahorn and Sink X of Maebaleia. Maebaleia prided itself upon its Lake District and not the sinks, unlike Jeogeot. As you know, there is no equivalent of, especially, Big Sink on Maebaleia. Satori Shallows became interesting to Blue Feather Douglas at one point. He thought about asking the college to be relocated in Foxboro, but this was later found to be untrue. Maybe just a branch college.

bb:

Was Casey in Finsteraahorn?

Hucka D.:

Good! And Bacon in Sink X, the 10th. Those were the 9th and 10th. But they had little relevance to the main flow of Maebaleia spirtual politics. Instead it relates to a different grid altogether. The Gridcosm. But it was not known by that name in those days. Really, it is another virtual reality, like Second Life itself, and has similarities. Each grid begins with a seed square. For Second Life this is DaBoom. For Mike this is also the Mikecosm, a separate “sync” from the Gridcosm, a branch college (smiles).

bb:

Obviously there’s probably no way to recreate whatever village or community lie in the Finsteraahorn Sink in those days, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

The 9th and 10th[ sinks here] work together. Together they are Peter.

bb:

They are the equivalent to Sunklands in the Maebaleia-Jeogeot twirling (!)

Hucka D.:

Exactly. Precisely. What formed fully on Jeogeot was only half baked on Maebaleia, half formed and less even. Instead, the Lake District dominated by Rubisea ruled. Rubisea, in its loneliness, created the Blue Feather Sea, which seems bigger in virtual reality but actually is smaller by a considerable amount.

bb:

Rubisea reminds me of Rydal Water from England’s Lake District, Hucka D., as present in some collages of the 10×10. Like, let’s see, Yale 09, Wheeler 09, Jasper 09, Newton 05, and Newton 06. And there’s even a cave on cliffs above Rubisea, just as is the case with Rydal Water, a Lake District cave seen in Yale 09, Newton 05, and Newton 06.

Hucka D.;

Back to Jeogeot-Maebaleia, it was decided that the dry sinks would be emphasized and deepened in the new continent [Jeogeot]. The shallower Finsteraahorn and Sink X became Sunklands. That’s really how Casey became involved. He is a bridge. Zeppelin Bridge.

bb:

But all that stops at, in my direction, SID’s 1st Oz.

Hucka D.:

Finsteraahorn and Sink X together must form Sunklands. That is the other side[ of one thing].

bb:

Hold on, Hucka D. I’m going to take a picture through Baker Bloch of the two continents, with Jeogeot turned 180 degrees.

bb:

It’s obvious that the Blue Feather Sea and Jeogeot’s Korean Channel are two separate events in this animation, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

The Korean Channel had to be designed on Maebaleia, in Crabwoo to be specific, in order for the double to form properly. Or better, erase the memory of Maebaleia, the older of the two. All Letters became Single Letters. TILE became tiles. Birth of the alphabet. Screaming.

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* Hucka D. later claimed that the dorms/classrooms formed one giant cube like shape, and, yes, that Biggie was displayed in a tank on its side, just like the “E” of the Biggie Gallery in Aotearoa. Below it existed a forest and perhaps garden space.

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