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Spirals within Spirals… February 2, 2012

Hucka D.:

House Greenup and SoSo spin in opposite directions from the circles around them, counterclockwise in each case. The robots have circled around each of these structures (galleries) in a clockwise manner. You are in the heart of your 7 stones research, baker b. Have you heard?

bb:

Have I heard what?

Hucka D.:

Listen.

—–

bb:

Anyway, so it turns out, as I was walking them tonight, that the Greenup series within House Greenup and the Oblong series of SoSo spin around in the same direction, contain the same number of collages, and are both spiraling around both a lower and an upper level. Of course I knew Greenup and Oblong were similar in this way (2 loops of 20 collages apiece), and were different from the other 4 series of the 10×10 in this way.

Hucka D.:

In this way. Listen.

bb:

Death?

Hucka D.:

Not… no.

bb:

[Delete name] would say death is the end. Period.

Hucka D.:

Wrong.

—–

bb:

So the robots, both red and blue, *cannot* walk in a counterclockwise direction — they simply halt themselves at the 7 Stones marking this turning point. They *cannot* walk in the same direction as the spin of collage progression within each of the galleries they are circling around. (pause) The collages are separate from the robots, or are on an opposite spin from them. The robots do not enter the galleries for this reason, and never will. One comes from the Town Dump and the other from the Town Limits. Points Y and Z respectively on the picture above, Hucka D. Hucka?

—–

bb:

So the robots counter the sprialing energy of the two galleries, the blue one counters Greenup and the red one counters Oblong in the SoSo Gallery. But the Golden Way connects the two in a harmonic manner. I think.

Hucka D.:

I am harmonic. Listen.

bb:

Harmonica?

—–

bb:

Looking downward into the spirals of each gallery would be like looking into two circles stretched out and connected. The first circle would start at 1 and end at 10. The second circle, identical in shape and size to the first, would begin at 11 and end at 20. 10 collages in each circle, Hucka D. And containing an animation in the exact center of each, or between collages 5 and 6 in the first circle, and then collages 14 and 15 in the second circle. In addition, at each point where the two circles touch, as it were, another animation is produced, or between collages 10 and 11 in circles 1 and 2 respectively, and collages 20 and 1 between circles 2 and 1. This would apply to both the Greenup and Oblong series, although it is easier to see in the “classic” style of Greenup, where the pattern was laid out for the entire 10×10. This would be the first series created in the 10×10 as well, the ur series. Hucka? Anyway…

Hucka D. (returning):

Don’t you think the two (red and blue) robots are trying to make an animation with each other but can’t?

bb:

That makes sense. Let me try to wrap my brain around the concept.

Hucka D. (patiently):

Wrap away.

bb:

If they were heading in the same direction in respect to each other, they could make an animation — they would be two aspects of one motion, start and end. However, they oppose each other, and head in opposite directions, perhaps on opposite loops of time itself, Hucka D. Is it Greenup opposed to Oblong?

Hucka D.:

No. I don’t think.

bb:

Can you wrap your brain around *that*?

Hucka D.:

Yes I can wrap my brain around that. By the by, you saw me downtown today.

bb:

I did (!) What were you doing in downtown Blue Mountain, Hucka D.?

Hucka D.:

Just saying hello. Howdy, how’s it hanging. And such.

bb:

Golden One, eh?

Hucka D.:

Yeah. I try not to be boastful about it, but it gets away from you at times.

bb (smiling):

Right.

Hucka D.:

So you’re forgetting the Golden Way[ once more].

bb:

Guess I am. Let me take another look at the picture above, then.

Hucka D.:

One more look and we should end. It’s not too difficult baker b. Remember you were telling [delete name] today that it was simple and implying that he should be able to grasp it? Well… maybe it’s not. Maybe it’s like the red and blue robots that don’t make any sense all stuck at that stacked rock sculpture. That’s what it is — red and blue. Limitation.

bb:

The way to keep moving up the 10×10 spiral, Hucka D., was to create these animations at every fourth collage. Otherwise I would also get stuck. I remember the first — between Greenup collages 5 and 6.

Hucka D.:

56, yeah.

bb:

What is this saying?

Hucka D.:

What *is* this saying??

Greentop:

What is *this* saying???

bb:

Anyway, once more, Martin turns into another Martin in the animation, the yellow submarine starts heading more downstream on the Greenup Gill, and The Beatles have changed from Russian nesting dolls to jigsaw pieces of a puzzle. Jigkansawyers.

Greentop:

Jig-kan-saw-yers.

bb:

Still here Greentop, I see.

Greentop.

I hear. I see.

Hucka D.:

He’s in the collages, baker b. That’s why he’s here. Highest of the low, you know. Greentop. Asha.

bb:

And the tunnel in the background has lights in it now. Three glints — diamonds as I saw them. Something has been energized.

Hucka D.:

Birth is about to happen. Right Greentop?

Greentop (proudly):

Wrong!!

bb:

OK. So… I guess the yellow submarine in the collage could be the, er, Golden Way, Hucka D.? [no answer] And the diamond glints are Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds from the Sgt. Pepper album, then same album of the jigsaw puzzle. It has just been pieced together — the album I mean. 4 pieces to the puzzle, 4 Beatles, 4 Russian nesting dolls.

Hucka D. (returning again):

The tunnel is Millboro. That means it’s a time tunnel.

bb:

Let’s see. So that means The Beatles are travelling backwards in time, back to Revolver just before Sgt. Pepper. That’s why the images have turned black and white from color. “Yellow Submarine” is a single off the Revolver album, and paired with “Eleanor Rigby”. And we just spoke of this double single on the blog, Hucka D. Dr. Blood did, I mean. Dr. Blood and I.

Hucka D.:

And me.

bb;

This is probably about 4orrin1, then, Hucka D., which was slightly in the future when the collage was created, or predating it by several months. 4orrin1 would have been a strong and heavy influence at the time. Gravity.

Hucka D.:

And comedy.

bb:

4orrin1, or Foreign One, would have been the pull from the past which is in the future. (pause). Oh, and the lights within the tunnel are like train lights, Hucka D., which also plays a part in 4orrin1. Lemme pull up a pic.

—–

bb:

Well, I can’t find one, but it’s where Fin wakes up in the middle of the train track in tile 2, but then in tile 3 the train comes and whites out the screen with its light. It’s up in the air, in the synch, whether he survives or not. He is the Nowhere Man. Time goes backwards. Fin’s watch is smashed when the train passes over him because it was laying on the tracks — proof that he didn’t dream the whole thing up. At the same time in Nowhere Man we hear “take your *time* (don’t hurry)”. Can’t be chance or happenstance, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Golden Way. By the time you get to Oblong the synch process is in full swing. You have reached your peak, alongside collage production. Parallel peaks, then.

bb:

The tunnel is time travel. The tunnel is tile reversals. Jumping backwards. The end of 3 loops back to the beginning of 2 in this case. Nowhere Man.

Hucka D.:

It is because he (Fin) has lost his friends in the Yellow Submarine. He is alone, but is still saved. Time saves him. Backwards jumping. Otherwise…

bb:

Dead.

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