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Part 2 (logical next choice): Mossman (Moss Man) March 23, 2012

Filed under: Toy Avatars,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 8:38 pm

This is not the Moss Man I presently own but the video provides a sort of backstory. Not of my Mossman again, but from the He-men universe. Mine’s different. 🙂

This one *is* mine, physically speaking:


How many Mossmen are there in Frank and Herman Parks? It is known there were a Big Lot of them at one time, but that term is ambiguous. Do any still live on the now verboten Grandaddy Mountain? Mossmen worship Rock Gods above all; mineral above vegetation. Why? What is famous actor Gene Fade’s relationship with other Mossmen?

We do know of another Mossman, a greener variety from the “Art 10×10” (Jasper 09).

A number of Mossmen appear in the 10×10, and probably help further their story within Frank/Herman Park parameters.


First in a series of videos concerning toy avatars.

Filed under: Toy Avatars,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 7:55 pm

Bossmoss, cousin of Mossman, which can probably be interpreted as cousin of Gene Fade the Mossman in all those Salad Bar Jack action-adventure movies.

Cool thing: Freakies and their tree have been “spotted” in Second Life:

Bottom Line: Boss Moss also entered Second Life like Gene Fade but for more mysterious purposes, perhaps just to re-create the Freakies trees there, with perhaps disastrous results. The tree’s cereal, if we can even call it that in a virtual sense, turned out to be cursed and turn the Freakies themselves into (colorful) trees. Was Boss Moss spared? Does he still roam virtual reality looking for his fellow Freakies, perhaps insane at the same time?

The Freakies of Second Life lived on top of one of the humps of Mt. Jeogeot, with Mossman/Gene Fade perhaps occupying the second.

Linked videos:



Filed under: Toy Avatars,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 1:20 pm


Originally from Key Rock. Linked Blue Mountain County and Bridee directly together through Denville (7 Devils > Den of parent’s home). Key Rock and Castle Rock make 12 or 13:1 relationship. This is also dimensionalizing, like with Bridee and Blue Mtn. County (through intermediary of Federation).

Key Rock on Castle Ridge is exactly parallel to the house key if Bridee = Blue Mtn. County. Faskinating.

Key Rock was probably main link between the two, then.,_West_Virginia

Pineville was settled by William Short in 1853.

In 1863, Hiram Clay first settled near the site of present Pineville. The community was once called Castlerock, and the post office there was once named Rock Castle. The town was renamed Pineville for the local pine forest and incorporated as a town under that name in 1907.[4] It was named because it was built on the site of a black or pitch pine forest.

It became county seat in 1907, replacing Oceana after a series of disputed elections. Castle Rock, the towering sandstone formation for which Rockcastle Creek is named, is located at Pineville and is the major local landmark. The Wyoming County courthouse is on the National Register of Historic Places.[4]


Pineville is located at 37°34′59″N 81°32′7″W (37.582925, -81.535302)[5].

According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 0.8 square miles (2.0 km²), all land.

Many subdivisions or outer areas are considered part of Pineville, including Key Rock, New Richmond, Skin Fork, Mullensville, Glover, Wolf Pen, Rock View, and others, but the town limits are much smaller than the area considered part of Pineville. Unique in the county school system, Pineville’s secondary school had no feeder schools. Only after the county’s population declined sharply in the 1990s did consolidation and closure of the Glen Rogers High School cause students who attended elementary school outside of Pineville to attend middle or high school in Pineville. Further consolidation ended the town’s high school, which was consolidated with Mullens High School to form Wyoming East High School. Students from the catchement areas of the former Herndon, Glen Rogers, Mullens, and Pineville High Schools attend this high school.

The 2 variant names of Keyrock, WV near Pineville (only US Key Rock or Keyrock) are Key Rock and Castle.

We also know that key, besides representing a house key, is like a tone key of a piano, like middle C. As such it is connected to Second Life’s Rubisea or red C or middle C (C is a red key in chromagraphic terms). 12 or 13 keys make up a chromatic scale, like Blue Feather Sea is 12 or 13 to Rubisea’s 1. But in this case blue feather came from Blue Drake (Blue Drake is sim Rubisea found in, along with Lycanthrope).

Marble avatars and Third Life:


How did the Marbles get to Frank/Herman Parks from Key Rock on Castle Ridge? Spaceships? Walking/rolling?

Another “rock” took them there?

Did they see Key Rock as a giant marble?

Make pictures of my marbles, including Big Blue Eye, Bob Underston, etc. Look for marbles on etsy and ebay.

Key Rock in that fake rock article above is 12x as small as marble taken from Marble Falls to Washington DC to insert in Washington Monument.

Think of possible relationship between Castle Ridge’s Key Rock and Billrock of Billfork, assoc. with a Diamond and Coast to Coast concept.

Did marbles instead come from Billrock? Did The Bill attract The Marbles to Billfork and give them a home around Billrock? Did they attract them through the marble races and attached scrying techniques?


Hidi Pluto Lodi

The path of First Rail. Over top of Bill Spring or The Bill (again!). Runs from Hidi (top) to Lodi (bottom). Middle is not Midi but Pluto per Mississippi. Pluto is first settlement of The Bill, later renamed. The rail changed too.

The names Hidi and Lodi remain in the area.