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Thoughts 02 April 26, 2012

Filed under: Toy Avatars,Uncategorized,Whitehead Crossing — baker Blinker @ 7:53 am

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Gene Fade:

We see a loving Rock, a caring Rock. He loves his insects, his flowers. Then he asks them toward the end to create the tale, the cruel, twisting tale indeed, of the hard Rock, the cold Rock, the Rock who doesn’t care one hoot about the flowers and insects and trees. He does this so he’ll remember when he comes back. He comes back as Whitehead. The First.

bb:

Thanks for that, Mr. Fade.

Gene Fade:

Gene, please.

bb:

You said Sinclair created Rock in the center of the Synching Creek Designated Mystery Area, and that this was the heart of the mystery itself. Can you explain further for the viewing and reading audience? And for me as well? (smiles)

Gene Fade:

We are exploring far flung regions for ideas and thoughts and further thoughts, or Thoughts 02 (smiles in turn). A Sinclair created Rock, a loving, kind Sinclair but perhaps a smothering creator, a creator who doesn’t really understand the dimensions of the entity he created. The ramifications. Rock escapes, in short. He uses the mailbox, which Sinclair then replaces. It is Rock’s mailbox, see. Rock’s Place. Rock planted the bamboo in back to hide some of his secret projects. As the projects grew in scope and number, so did the grove. This is also your blog as a concept. Thus carcasses are hidden in the grove. It is said he murdered insects and plants but this is lie. He stashed 7 negative carcasses and 10 positive carcasses away there. The grove, however, represents the negative ones, starting at “+0/-0” — you know what I mean. That is really the first carcass. The others are pre-carcasses of sorts, existing in the negative positive realm, a kind of womb state.

bb:

So that makes sense since the grove seemed to have started growing or expanding in 2006.

Gene Fade:

Yes (pause).

bb:

So, er, in a way the house the bamboo begins to encroach upon is Carcass-7, the carcass to come.

Gene Fade:

Carcass-7 is always the carcass to come. Carcassonne.

bb:

Rock’s House is really where Rock lived. Sinclair lived elsewhere, but still in the Synching Creek Mystery Area.

Gene Fade:

Right. Rock desired independence. Then he created the rocketship as well. Rock’s Rocket.

bb:

He moved out of Sinclair’s place in 2006?

Gene Fade:

That is correct. Shortly before the start of your blog.

bb:

Of course I should probably be doing this but can you explain the carcasses, Gene? I mean, what they are?

Gene Fade:

You try. Just joking. I’ll attempt. You rest your fingers and mind. Carcasses are used up tiles created from a fusion of opposites, like matter and anti-matter. This is usually [the same as] audio and video. Opposites. Alchemy. Male and female; gold and silver. Yellow Brick Road… Silver Slippers.

bb:

I wonder what happened to Hucka D., Gene?

Gene Fade (continuing former thoughts):

The carcasses are a collection of tiles each. Billfork begins.

bb:

So, returning to Whitehead Crossing, Rock lands at Green Stream near Whitehead Crossing… crash lands, sort of like Dorothy’s house smashes into Oz near the start of the Yellow Brick Road.

Gene Fade:

The same. Whitehead Crossing is[ then] the Emerald City. Rock misses Sinclair, his creator, so he creates a tiled replica and names it Whitehead, in honor of his white mass of tangly hair. It is a tiled creation[ as well].

bb;

Interesting.

Gene Fade:

Then he hides this creation, or makes it un-tily, and establishes his true home in the Meadow — Rock’s Meadow (or Rock Meadows) — where he is later buried after a short bout with plasticidus. Rock Meadows becomes his full name. The Arena was actually called The Lyceum before the Great Lie covered it up. He *taught* the flowers, the insects, the trees, about the ultimate creator, this Whitehead, and moved him into the sky. He became Mr. Blue Skies or Blue Skies Mr.

bb:

So Rock was a religious teacher. Like Jesus. Can I say that?

Gene Fade:

He was the son of a God, perhaps The God. So it is not a false comparison.

bb:

So the tiling of Whitehead was actually the formulation of a religion built around the worship of Sinclair, an ultimate creator.

Gene Fade:

Yes.

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