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Bloched. May 23, 2011

“So that’s what Blue Feather planned, although it’s gone awry.”

bb:

Thanks for that info, Hucka D. Our typeset seems to have shrunk over the weekend. Change in this way is bad. I feel like I’m sitting twice as far from the computer as before. Not as intimate. Like I’m whispering to you instead of talking to you. Do you feel it[ as well]?

Hucka D.:

You hold on please…

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bb:

There. Interesting.

Hucka D.:

Now we’re full screen.

bb:

Perhaps *more* intimate now (!)

Hucka D.:

Change is sometimes good.

bb:

What were we talking about? Oh, Ragitoo. Obviously, I think, I’ve found the precise location. Or very close.

Hucka D.:

Blue Feather [Douglas]was attempting to trick you into buying the Fyre Maven land. But you fortunately resisted. Now is not the time to restore the premium account. Blue Feather wanted to take over the story of Little Robert Plant variant from the root[ as it were]. You have limited him to Crabwoo now.

bb:

We’re out of full screen now. And… we’re back.

Hucka D.:

Karoz, whose *granddaddy* after all is Blue Feather himself in a way, was designed to safely hike that mountain. He thought it would result in penetration of the mysteries of Rubidoo.* Instead it turned out to be Ragitoo, on the next stream over to the west. We can’t say the actual name of the stream here, but it is known.

bb:

Yes, this seems to be the heart of the mystery of that mountain and that village. Not only was Karoz designed to safely walk Granddaddy to not destroy vegetation and disturb wildlife but also to keep safe, like not falling off slippery rocks (!) Didn’t think about that “safely” part before.

Hucka D.:

It is the siren’s lure of the mountain. Come further up the stream, closer to the source. Waterfalls are even prettier up the next rocks. Come up, come up!

bb:

Is Blue Feather Douglas then satisfied?

Hucka D.:

No. You have blocked him into Maebaleia. He wishes to be free and go to Jeogeot. He wants freedom from the entrapping moon. Jeogeot’s moon, Mos Ainsley, is a part of the mainland itself. Maebaleia’s moon, The Moon, has been separated from that continent and the mainland. This was as designed.

bb:

By Gypsy… Blue Feather’s daughter; Karoz’s mother.

Hucka D.:

Yes. She took the mate of Biggie and secured him in her Sea of Despair, then the Sea of Tranquility and still guided by the Neil spirit. First man. She took you as well.

bb:

I’m not precisely understanding. Was Karoz born in Crabwoo? I’m guessing no.

Hucka D.:

Karoz was born on The Moon. He is the son of Gene Fade, the actor who plays Mossman in the Salad Bar Jack adventure movies. He is the son of Gypsy Purse, who also plays in those type of movies. Biggie 2 was brought to him as a sort of pet.

bb:

Were the 2 Biggies like the “E” and the “Schwa”?

Hucka D.:

That is correct. Front and back of one archetype.

bb:

Are they Maebaleia and Jeogeot themselves?

Hucka D. (after a pause):

That is correct.

bb:

Are they male and female?

Hucka D.:

Natha Neil was brought in to build a ship, since he was a builder of such and fairly good at it. Or available anyway. Just joking. He designed the Arab which might be the same as the Barracuda. But then again that might just be code for the two fish. Front and back again.

bb:

Let’s see: Barracuda on The Moon of Maebaleia, and Arab when it reaches Mos Ainsley of Jeogeot (?)

Hucka D. (after another pause):

Yes.

bb:

Very interesting… an angle I hadn’t thought of before. The Arab created Jeogeot itself?

Hucka D.:

*Yes.*

bb:

So it was designed as a correction…

Hucka D.:

So Blue Feather couldn’t get to it. He was banned from Jeogeot. He was stuck on the Dark Side of The Moon.

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* See these posts for more investigation of Rubidoo:

https://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/?s=rubidoo

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Ragitoo

Filed under: Granddaddy Mtn. (rl town) — baker Blinker @ 7:15 am

Amazing spot on an amazing mountain. The cliffs pictured below, with its central concavity and accompanying high water drip, seem to represent a focus. This is the heart of Ragitoo…

… along with the stream immediately below the cliffs.

The aforementioned drip.

Best shots of the day, perhaps, came regarding queerly smooth crevasses in the cliff just to the right of the drip, facing it.

View from the cliff back to the stream. More soon, hopefully!

 

I’m *still* in RL sometimes… October 31, 2010

Actually I’ve been hiking considerably more in RL (real life) lately than in SL (Second Life), because it’s been so pretty. 3 nice weekends in a row now.

The first picture comes from weekend before last: a neat waterfall on a stream tumbling off the side of Grandaddy Mtn., about 15 miles away from our real world dwelling unit. It’s about a 15 foot drop, maybe more. This stream is not on any official path. In other words, I had to do some open woods hiking to get to it.

Moving closer to home, then, in Herman Park, and the very beginning of what I’m calling Quartz Brook. I’ve known about this small stream for years and years and years, but only recently have discovered two interesting quartz rocks not far down the mtn. from this source containing crystal formations I can’t recall finding in such distinction before. And both from the same exact location. I’ll hopefully have more on Quartz Brook soon. My personal feeling is that it may have become the focus for some kind of toy mythology revival over Whitehead Crossing. Part of this is because of the “Michael Problem.” I may have more to say about that as well.

Meadow above Quartz Creek, on the side of Wealthy Mtn. (perhaps another blog subcategory!). An abandoned spiral road leads to the top of this mtn., and on an even more abandoned side road lies a mini-maze you can walk on a smaller hillock. There’s a similar but larger (and better known ) road maze in Herman Park as well, but several miles away from here and not on the same mtn.

Perhaps mysterious row of bent rhododendron near Quartz Brook (Quartz Run?).

Shot of Grandaddy Mtn. from the road atop Wealthy Mtn. Nice. Leaves are just past their peak at this time.

The final two photos are of zigzaggy quart patterns found on two separate rocks in neighboring vales to the one containing Quartz Run. I’m tempted to call these “Serpent Stones” for obvious reasons.

Just today I made a very interesting excursion on the lower half of Greenhead Creek, opposite of its head if you will. Unfortunately I didn’t take my camera. I’ll attempt to do better tomorrow, which promises to be an equally beautiful day. I also want to include pictures of those quartz crystals I mentioned at the first of this post.