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Hold on Hucka… June 5, 2012

Filed under: Lower Austra,Seven Stones,Synching Creek (RL),Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 8:39 am

… I’m just going to copy my latest entry to the Synchronicity Phenomena Board over to this blog and see if we have anything to discuss about it.

Hucka D.:

Ready.

Re: Little Glovie Wovie

Hi,

Trip to S.C.D.M.A. went very well yesterday, although we weren’t able to the
find the 3rd Washington County Barker Cemetery. Got stuck on a maze of dirt
roads, and then the road that would have led us there, according to our map,
turned out to be a private driveway. We decided to abandon the chase at that
point and go forth to make a big circle around Gate City, Big Stone Gap, Norton,
St. Paul, and back to Abingdon, where, disappointed, we found the bar Rain to be
closed on a Sunday night. We *were* able to, once again, visit the other 2
Barker Cemeteries in Abingdon’s county and get some precise measurements of the
2 main headstones in question, the theory being they are sort of “animations” of
one another. Both are graves of a “Nannie” — we think — and both are very
similar in shape and, less, size; actually Nannie- annie(mation) — maybe
stretching it too far here. 🙂

The only time it rained on us on the trip was when we were in the smallest
Barker Cemetery at the heart of the Mystery Field. It started drizzling as soon
as we entered and ended as soon as we stepped out of its boundaries. Queer.

Another subject I thought about writing on here in connection with S.C.D.M.A.,
attempting to stretch it out in yet another direction, is what I call the
Billfork Agreement presently, involving audiovisual synchronicities (like Dark
Side of the Yellow Sub recently mentioned), and United States maps. Basically
the agreement is to code key aspects of the a/v syncs within the maps in a type
of fusion. As I see it, at least the initial states above the Mason-Dixon line
openly reveal the agreement if read properly, which then becomes hidden below
this line starting in West Virginia and perhaps elsewhere. “After” this an a/v
synchronicity called SID’s 1st Oz becomes king of the hill, representing a
direct higher octave creation of Dark Side of the Rainbow.

In contrast Dark Side of the Yellow Submarine dating from 1998 would be some
kind of more or less direct reflection of this ur-synchronicity, and not really
a big advancement of sorts over it, just fyi. Elsewhere I call it a “poor’s
mans’ DSotR”.

The map involvement here would be more connected with town *names* than exact
alignments or distances (thinking of Arthur Faram research here), although that
will factor in too.

The Mason-Dixon Line seems connected with this Art Line as well, lying just
south.

http://labyrinthsociety.org/art-line-project

So to the outside peering-in world, those who aren’t aware of the Billfork
Agreement, SID is baker b.’s most complex a/v sync and a member of that field’s
golden age synchronicities along with such works as Jesus Who?, Being Geddy Lee,
Darkest City, and Shared Fantasia, a golden age that had its brief moment and is
now gone/used up.

A related West Virginia town story, then, involving the “cover-up”.

http://www.wvculture.org/History/communities/molehill05.html

I also believe the S.C.D.M.A. has something to do with the Billfork Agreement,
which probably ties into larger agreements within larger spheres.

Peace,
baker.

Hucka D.:

I thought we agreed we weren’t going to discuss the Billfork Agreement[ in public]. Didn’t one of your avatars get murdered for that very reason?

bb:

Well, that’s what I guess we need to discuss.

Hucka D.:

Discuss the not-discussing.

bb:

Yeah. [I ]think.

Hucka D.:

What did you have in mind? The Billfork Agreement is about not discussing the details of the agreement. Pretty clear, I think.

bb:

What about [the villages of]Phillip and Lime Hill now. They’re open and viewable. Barker Cemetery midway between the two, and Philip Linden showing up in the cemetery, looking out over the tombstones from a corner position.

Hucka D.:

You were suppose to say that, and then I was suppose to say this. (pause)

bb:

This what?

Hucka D.:

This.

bb:

Maybe we should move into other subjects of the recent SP forum entry — the 3rd Barker Cemetery.

[Hucka D. barks like a small dog here]: Stay away. Get out of my cemetery! My cemetery! Bad intruders! Bad!

bb:

Like the little dog at the smallest Barker Cemetery, I get it.

Hucka D.:

Small [watch]dog for a small cemetery.

bb:

The two, similar headstones make an animation.

Hucka D.:

Obvious.

bb:

This is going to be in a collage.

Hucka D.:

It already is, but, yeah, another one as well.

bb:

This will be in SoSo.

Hucka D.:

Could be. But you asked about the 3rd Barker Cemetery. You can’t get there from here.

bb:

The third is irrelevant.

Hucka D.:

No.

—–

bb:

Anything else?

Hucka D.:

Buy in Siliconicus. Then I’ll tell you some more about the Billfork Agreement.

bb:

At least we can say the name (!)

Hucka D.:

Siliconicus? Nah, just kidd’n, I know what you mean. Billfork. Well, it’s the name of your village on the Fork Creek of Herman Park, isn’t it?

bb:

Yeah. Good thing.

Hucka D.:

As Carcass-One is the name of your present village. I think you need to upgrade. Birthday gift. When will you get another chance like this?

bb:

One month, eh? One month of an upgrade.

Hucka D.:

Yeah.

bb:

Lemme study.

—–


Several hours later I realized Hucka probably meant to set this up.

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