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Let’s tile 1 on. September 25, 2010

Filed under: Bill, The,Hucka D.,Peter G.,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 8:05 am

Great two days of hiking on my vacation so far, both on Beach Mtn. Hiking will continue tomorrow, but more locally. Want to return to Whitehead Crossing, but there’s another story to that. The Michael Story.

Bracket Jupiter, a former King of Comma Islands, is dead. But will be resurrected — as something. Coincidentally, The Bakers of England have also left the company of The King and Queen in Wiltshire County, since the crop circle season is over. I’ll have more to say about that when I have a chance to read the opinion of others on the 2010 season.

I’m still loving Otaki Gorge, but for how long will I stay there? Will the Blue Feather Gallery be moved to the sink? Staying in the Chilbo region is not an option now.

Or will the Blue Feather just go away? Will I downsize in SL and get rid of my own, personal sink in the near future? Depends on the continued strength of the Sunklands idea.

I don’t see the end of the blog coming up, but I see an end to mainland SL. Shifts will be made to other grids — other “mainland” perhaps. Need to study up on the philosophy of mainlanders as compared to estate owners. How does a Chilboan or a Parktowner or a Sterberginite think differently from an isolated island owner? And what of the relative disappearance of sub-continents in SL, like Azure Island #1 or Otherland #1? Or even Big Island for that matter? It doesn’t look very good; Sunklands is really all I have, unless I can make a renewed stake on Heterocera, which is doubtful (?) Or maybe even Sansara.

Why stay in Sunklands when it is so deenergized?

Because I still need it for storytelling. I need to know why Peter, whose burial mound appears to be in the middle of my Otaki Gorge land, after all, was the candidate chosen to lead the Sunklands Initiative. I need to know the relationship of Peter to TILE. I need to understand the connection between SL avatars and toy avatars from Frank and Herman Park in the real world. I need to understand better the writings of St. Nick of Barkley, who may be the patron saint of Big Sink (St. Lemon of Troy is saint of Sunklands as a whole?).

I am writing history. The current condition of Sunklands doesn’t matter as much as what was there in the past. The Sunklands Initiative was there. Little Robert Plant Variant was there; Marty was there. Peter who is a variant Peter Gabriel of Genesis was there.

I think the Initiative all started on my Otaki Gorge property now. Lemon, who is, in turn, a variant John Lennon, called in The Bill, against the protests of Marty (variant Paul McCartney). The Residents of First Life became the residents of Second Life. Revealment of the 2 games of Trivia Ratsuit already played, one to squelch a corrupted “Second Life” path emerging at the end of the Roman Empire, and another to jumpstart virtual reality and Second Life in 19–, let’s see, 1985.

Robert Plant Variant had to be purified of outside influence before he could enter the heart of Sunklands and be initiated into the Initiative there. He then knew of Joplin, Arkansas and the missing Joplin Ball of the Temple of TILE.

My first Sunklands story was mainly about Plant and Marty and how they had to learn to cooperate to make the Initiative a success in 2009. Peculiarly, this phase of the story continued after Plant and Marty had essentially left this blog, their job completed in the Initiative. Perhaps this is because it wasn’t *really* finished, and more work had to be done. Or maybe Peter was really behind this.

Hucka D. recently said that Peter was not ready to speak on this blog as himself. Curious. I need a pep talk.

Hucka D.:

Peter is here. He’s ready.

bb:

Oh hi Hucka D. That’s great news. What of Sapphire? Has she gone the way of Marty and Plant before her?

Hucka D.:

Yes. We need to start speaking to Peter directly. This is a new direction.

Peter:

Hello.

bb:

Hi. Pleasure to be speaking with you tonight, Peter. But we’ve spoken before, haven’t we?

Peter:

No. US.

bb:

(pause) Are you a collective?

Peter:

US.

[long pause]

bb:

How did Lemon attract The Bill to Second Life and Sunklands, Peter?

[no answer]

Hucka D.:

I guess that’s it for Peter tonight.

bb:

I didn’t really understand it.

Hucka D.:

Well. Let’s then look at the Bracket Jupiter situation.

bb:

Can we?

Hucka D.:

Bracket talked about this very subject, and it got him killed. Peter is wise to answer in short.

bb:

Let me venture a guess. They had to make a 4th. Where is the 4th?, you’re always asking.

Hucka D.:

That’s TILE.

 

Chatters… July 3, 2010

[delete 12 exchanges]

Hucka D.:

We better talk of the Valley of the Nye a bit as well.

bb:

Yes, thanks. But it’s Valley of Nye. Isn’t it?

Hucka D.:

Yes. Thanks in turn. Eye of Rye perched on the edge of the Valley of Nye, peering down into it almost. No, make that definitely. An eyeball on the edge. Chasm Deep turns the other direction.


http://www.cropcircleconnector.com/2010/oldsarum/comments.html

bb:

Valley of the Nye is directly associated with the Grand Canyon of Mars now, Hucka D. Coast to Coast.* From sea to shining sea. Shine on!

Hucka D. (in turn):

Shine on!

*****

bb:

The Bill came from this valley, perhaps from Mars itself. Crack in the world leading to Mars and back.

Hucka D.:

That’s *precisely* what it is. The Martians went to Corsica Prime and made it their home. They set up the Eye of Rye-Chasm Deep Sink duality, then the Ear of Beer.

bb:

So the Ear of Beer is actually Egg Hill Sink we’ve discussed rather in detail before.

******

Hucka D.:

Oh, the question. Well, what is the Nose of Rose if that’s the Ear of Beer?

bb:

That would be the Ruuster peninsula of the Nautilus continent, the one we, or I originally called the Eye of

*****

6/3/10:

“We continue the next night, Hucka D. We got cut off there at the end.”

Hucka D.:

No big woopie.

bb:

I’m not sure that what we’ve been calling the Ruuster peninsula is the actual Nose of Rose, if there is such a thing.

Hucka D.:

Rudolph [as you’ve guessed].

bb:

It *was* shiny. Shine on!

Hucka D. (not joining in this time):

That’s Hilo Peak. Abomination above water, Hilo Peak just below, the highest of the low. Hilo. (pause) Pre-Linden. Pre-Philip. Phillip.

bb:

I should look back at some of those related posts, Hucka D. But both The Abomination and Hilo Peak of Sansara are no more, having been leveled in [the meantime]. (pause)

*****

bb:

Sorry, got sidetracked [again].

Hucka D.:

The Valley of Nye is as long, virtually speaking, as the Grand Canyon of Mars, which would extend from the east coast of America to the west coast. Coast to Coast again, then. The Martians used this crack in timescape to penetrate our primary virtual reality, or the one they found most interesting.** They colonized the Corsica continent through Eye of Rye. They made the continent Corsica Prime a whole body, entered through the [left] eye. Ear of Beer is the Egg Hill Sink. The grid was based on squares 1/3rd the size of a “normal” SL sim, currently (256 x 256 meters). 1/3 was used to disguise the sims from later discovery, since their sides were an irrational number (85.33333…).

The nose [Nose of Rose presumably] has been displaced.

bb:

We’ve spoken about The Beatles, which you call The Beetles.

Hucka D.:

They are The Beetles because They are Variants. (continuing): Marty and Lemon and the rest explored the Valley of Nye with their yellow submarine. This was associated with their journeys through the Sea of Holes, Sea of Monsters, Sea of Green, and so forth and so on. There Lemon found The Bill and brought them back to Sunklands with them. The Bill extended [from] Coast to Coast. The Bill are the Martians. They are related or perhaps the same as The Phil, or just Phil. Phil Hill… Bill Hill. SL is Martian in origin as a whole, but only [in] Corsica Prime is this invasion physically obvious now through altered topography. Sunklands has stories remaining as well.

Your assignment: find and explore the displaced Nose of Rose. Is it Rudolph’s? (pause) And so forth.

bb:

Thank you, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Thank you also. Goodnight.

*****

* related video here:
http://www.amit-deshpande.com/2007/08/grand-canyon-of-mars.html

** related video here:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ivQWJn5yrUg

 

“I think… July 1, 2010

… it’s a focus issue, Hucka D.”

Hucka D.:

The Ratcliff-Bracket connection links Rubi to Corsica, but Jeogeot is left out of the loop. What do you know about that continent now? Can you summarize? It’s your biggest Your Second Lyfe project, after all. Sunklands was large…

bb:

Led to Carrcass-3, as Carrcass-2 also had to do with Jeogeot, more with Chilbo and its past as Chilbol in the Chilbol-Norum axis.

Hucka D.:

You’re trapped in Rubi, whatever. You know that. Your only option there is to reduce to a 3072 from a 4096. But I wouldn’t recommend it. Keep the 4 colors in the air. 4-in-1. TILE.

bb:

So if I want to make a bigger change, it has to be in Noru.

Hucka D.:

Chilbo is tier challenged right now. Has to focus more internally. The old Norum-Chilbol axis cannot be fully understood or grasped. Best to leave now while you can.

bb:

I could simply buy my old land there. Next to Olando’s.

Hucka D.:

An option. You still…

bb:

I know… I got sidetracked. We did. Well, let’s start with that old Norum-Chilbol axis, then.

Hucka D.:

Like Old Sarum to Salisbury, England. Quite close, yet separate. Past-present. (pause) Even if you leave Noru, Sapphire’s house will remain. On what was once thought of as the highest point on the continent — another Mt. Jeogeot if you will.

bb:

I’ll have to look over all the Jeogeot related posts soon.

Hucka D.:

You can’t leave. Remember Wazob.

bb:

You sound like Ruuster! One second I have to leave and then the next I *can’t* leave.

Hucka D.:

But you have to.

bb:

Leave?

Hucka D.:

Stay. Leave. Both, maybe. Yes, both.

bb:

What’s left to explore of the Jeogeot-Wazob connection?

Hucka D.:

Red and blue.

bb:

Is that Ruuster’s peninsula, Hucka D.? As I suspected?

Hucka D.:

As you suspected. Suspected?

bb:

Split. The energy once shared between Ruuster’s peninsula and Comma Islands has been separated.

Hucka D.:

Eye of Rye. In the void. Valley of the Nye.

bb:

Art Bell sounds a whole heck of a lot like Space Ghost, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Bleedthrough. Points to third.

bb:

The Bill also extended Coast to Coast, through Diamond. 3 of them which were actually 1[ of them].

Hucka D.:

Shine on!

bb:

Let’s put up a map where the Valley of the Nye may have been. Conjecture.

Hucka D.:

Shiny!

bb:

OK.

*****

bb:

And it’s Valley of Nye, not Valley of the Nye. I don’t think.

Hucka D.:

A key question, off to the side a bit still, remains: where is the Ear of Beer? Or Bear?

bb:

To back up, and for the reader(s), Eye of Rye apparently is the same as the highest tip of what we’ve been calling Ruuster’s peninsula, and where I met the owner of the castle that sits atop that tip now just last night.

Hucka D.:

Nice woman. But it’s really Ruuster. R110.

bb:

We’ll return to that I’m sure. Then you have the Comma Islands to the north of Eye of Rye, and then, between them, this Valley of Nye that’s now empty or voided.

Hucka D.:

A chasm. A trench really. Deepest at point nearer Eye of Rye. On the bottom are colonies of long tube worms, among other things.

bb:

But some say… sorry once more.

Hucka D.:

But some say at the deepest point it has no bottom. Or it goes from one side of Second Life to another.

bb:

Like the Blackmount Rabbit Hole[, then].

Hucka D.:

Something like that. But there was something different about the Valley of Nye.

bb:

Something Lost?

Hucka D.:

Yes! Maybe, I mean. And, absolutely not!

bb:

Then something was there.

Hucka D.:

No!

bb:

*That’s* the hole the King of the Stans found.

Hucka D.:

You don’t go in there without a reason. Crop circles.

bb:

Eye of Rye.

Hucka D.:

And Ear of Beer. Don’t forget the Ear.

bb:

What about Nose of Rose?*

Hucka D.:

That’s just silly[ talk].

bb:

Riiiight.

Hucka D.:

But it’s not at all silly. Because it happened. I was there.

bb:

Show us your snapshots, then.

Hucka D.:

Not yet. Later. But I already have.

bb:

You’re saying the yellow submarine, the Beatles’ yellow submarine, or the Beatles from that movie, explored the Valley of the Nye.

Hucka D.:

I’m saying they were there, Marty and Lemon. And The Bill. That’s where they met The Bill. Lemon liked him, Marty was indifferent. Lemon wanted to shake things up for the Beetles. So he directed them into this valley. The new Sunklands. Black and blue.

bb:

We should probably end soon. Do they enter the Valley of the Nye through the Ear of Beer?

Hucka D.:

All these things, these places, are real. Nose of Rose… you’ve already been there. It’s not a blue world any longer.

bb:

So you’re saying… OK, we better end.

Hucka D.:

Go back to Eye of Rye and poke around. You have permission, after all.

bb:

Thanks.

*****

*Appropriate quote from the Yellow Submarine film:

[Jeremy is cornered by the Chief Meanie]
Jeremy Hillary Boob, PhD.: He does, in truth, seem quite annoyed. Some reference material be-be-before I’m destroyed!
[reading]
Jeremy Hillary Boob, PhD.: “Where ground is soft most often grows, arise! Arise! Arouse! A rose!
[a rose sprouts on the Chief Meanie’s nose]
Jeremy Hillary Boob, PhD.: A rosy nose?
Chief Meanie: SPEAK YOUR LAST PIECE!
Jeremy Hillary Boob, PhD.: Peace! Peace! Supplant the doom and the gloom! Turn off what is sour! Turn into a flower and BLOOM! BLOOM! BLOOM!
[roses sprout all over the Chief Meanie]