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Compare: August 23, 2012

Filed under: Concreek — baker Blinker @ 8:07 am

Continuing to read Sesh Heri’s The Handprint of Atlas, found this and highlighted:

Compare w/ this:

https://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2012/08/01/damselfly-island/

 

Ship Rock 01 August 8, 2012

Filed under: Herman/Frank Parks (rl parks),Spoon Fork (RIVER) — baker Blinker @ 9:29 am

Hiking up Jacob I. Road toward Concreek, Square Forest straight ahead.

Square Forest backing the field with the R&R Table (Reading and Riting). It is here that Michael Too use to read and perhaps write (rite) as well. Michael Too is legend.

Moving way past Concreek now, following Jacob I. Road all the way to Spoon Fork, perhaps a 1 1/2 mile distance from The Wye where I parked my car. Ugly Rock also featured in this 2008 blog post is in the foreground, Spoon Fork and bordering rocks on the opposite shore are in the background.

Looking downstream from the approximate place of Ugly Rock toward Ship Rock, our main destination for the day.

Ship Rock itself, with the independent Askew Rock to the right. Beautiful scenery here.

Mystery pools on Ship Rock. The whole rock is one big mystery set in stone.

Other side of Askew Rock, where a split of Spoon Fork settles into a pool of water with a rock in its center. It’s from this center the below picture was taken from, looking north.

 

“I’m… August 6, 2012

… down to a basic membership in Second Life once more, Hucka D. No more land owned for now. The Table House remains, thankfully, and basically in the same location in [7 Stones].

Hucka D.:

Good.

bb:

The Carcass-7 game is on.

—–

bb:

Hmmm, the Big Rock seems to be a second “microcosmia” I’ve mentioned on this blog, Hucka D. I wonder if the two are possibly related.

Hucka D.:

You must return to the first or original microcosmia, the one you first encountered I mean by that name. Tile Creek beckons you back.

bb:

A snake owns the second, larger Microcosmia.

Hucka D.:

Yes (smiles). A big snake for a big rock.

bb:

Indeed. Does the snake have a name?

Hucka D.:

Carl.

bb:

Hmm.

Hucka D.:

And his wife Shelly. And their babies Carl Jr. and Butch. And Uncle Bennie. And the seven Aunts, all named for colors. And the 4 nieces who just went off to high school together. And the littlest baby, Stipples. So cute. Child of Bennie. Nephew of Carl.

bb:

Great. Thanks for all that. What is the role of this new Microcosmia in Mossman legend?

Hucka D.:

Oh it was important. Marked the 2nd portal, the one with the most energy[ for sure]. Ugly Rock plays a role. It is difficult to cross the stream there for a reason. Carl knows.

bb:

The central long fissure must have been a source of worship.

Hucka D.:

Central Pool, yeah.

bb:

I have a lot of time to figure the rock out.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Microcosmia.

bb:

I wonder if the long fissure is possibly some kind of timeline, embedded in the rock or the soil.

Hucka D.:

Yes. It is.

—–

Hucka D.:

When Mossmen came across the fissure, they thought the same thing. They saw this as this and that as that. Perfect mirror. Microcosm.

bb:

One side represents the founding of the Mossmen at Grandfather Mountain.

Hucka D.:

Northern part. Great Snake. Carl.

bb:

Only at Great Pool did they discover their own identity or begin to discover it.

Hucka D.:

Mocksity. Moss Most. Both. On same creek obviously (Spoon Fork).

bb:

It certainly shows up pretty clearly in Bing Maps, Hucka D. You can kind of even see the fissure on the rock we’re talking about.

Hucka D.:

Yes, Ship Rock is a correct name.

 

Damselfly Island August 1, 2012

Filed under: Concreek,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 12:49 pm

Damsel, Missouri related:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Grandglaize_Creek

Grandglaize Creek is a creek and tributary to the Osage River that forms the Grand Glaize Arm of the Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri. The creek flows for 10 miles (16 km) before reaching the Lake of the Ozarks, and the Grand Glaize Arm extends another 15 miles (24 km) before reaching the Osage River within the lake.[1]

The creek as recognized by the Geographic Names Information System is spelled as one word. However it is widely spelled as two words Grand Glaize. It should not be confused with the Grand Glaize Creek which is a tributary to the Meramec River in St. Louis County, Missouri.

The creek is formed by the confluence of Dry Auglaize Creek and Wet Glaize Creek near Brumley, Missouri near Toronto, Missouri in Camden County, Missouri. From there it flows north through Miller County, Missouri,

According to the Missouri Department of Natural Resources the lowest flow that could be expected in a 10 day period is 16 cubic feet (0.45 m3) a second [2] The creek becomes part of the Lake of the Ozarks at the extreme southeast corner of Lake of the Ozarks State Park.
Bridge
Main article: Grand Glaize Bridge

When Bagnell Dam was built to impounded the Osage River, it also impounded the creek which had previously flowed into the river. The Grand Glaize Bridge carried U.S. Highway 54 over what is now the Grand Glaize arm of the lake. The bridge was known as the “Upside-Down Bridge” because the supporting structure was built below the deck to allow for an unobstructed view of the lake. …

Besides the Lake of the Ozarks creek and the creek near St. Louis there is also an Auglaize River in Michigan/Ohio. Grand Glaize on the Auglaize River near Fort Defiance, Ohio is thought to be the birthplace of Chief Pontiac.

—–

Significance? The Gran Glaize flow in Missouri is formed from the confluence of Dry Auglaize and Wet Glaize Creeks near Toronto, which in turn is near Montreal. Dry and Wet could refer to the two conditions of Concreek encountered in May-July so far, or the wet and dry conditions of the creek itself. Damsel near the old mouth of the Grand Glaize (which I suppose would represent the whole of Concreek in its two states, wet and dry) would equal the newly found and named Damselfly Island similarly near the mouth of Grandglaise — this is the only US pop place beginning with “Damsel”. Damsel is also the site of the Linn Creek-Grand Glaize Memorial Airport, reinforcing the Damsel-Grandglaize association. Like Concreek (as Con Creek), Grandglaize is often inappropriately spelled as two words, Grand Glaize, instead of one. Montreal and Toronto, being the two largest cities of Canada, may also represent wet and dry itself, or opposite colors red and blue through resonance with Missouri’s own two biggest cities of St. Louis (redbird red) and K.C. (royal blue).

—– (several seconds later)

OMG, I think we have proof of this. In looking up the name Dry Glaize, apparently a historic town near Wet Glaize and on the Dry Auglaize Creek, found out it is on the *Conns Creek* topographic map (!) Dry Glaize was also known as Glaize and Glaize City. Conns Creek is an approx. 7 or 8 mile long flow that empties into Wet Glaize Creek a couple of miles below its confluence with Dry Auglaize Creek, where together they form Grandglaize. Conn Creek’s mouth is between the villages of Wet Glaize and Toronto, or about 2 miles from either, with both these villages being on Wet Glaize Creek.

In fact, however, in checking again, it looks like Conns Creek meets up with Sellars Creek to *form* Wet Glaize Creek, and the village of Wet Glaize is instead on Miller Creek, a tributary of the latter. Hmm, also a Chalfant Cemetery in Seven Springs Hollow off Conns Creek.*

What does all this mean?

In this older Camden County map (before the Lake of the Ozark formation), we have no Wet Glaize Creek but just the towns of Dryglaize, Wet Glaize and the stream of Grand Glaize, which appears to be the same as Wet Glaize Creek or has absorbed Wet Glaize Creek.

This assumption is reinforced in this 1920 map of the county, where once again there appears to be no Wet Glaize Creek (just the village) but a Grand *An*Glaize and a Dry Anglaize that meet near Damsel and also the curiously named Zebra hamlet. Also on this map there is no village named Dryglaize (also claimed by the GNIS database to be later named just Glaize, to add to the confusion!). A zebra is both black and white — wet and dry once more? Is it also curious that the now dry Concreek bed has recently revealed to me an obvious black-white stone pairing?

And then on this 1895 map we have Dry Glaize, Wet Glaize, Auglaize *and* Glaize villages appearing, but no accompanying named streams.

http://www.dreamomania.com/dreamdictionary/animals/zebra_meaning/

—–

* Appropriate quote:

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0105665/quotes

[Cooper and Carl look at the space where Desmond vanished]
Cooper: What was here Mr. Rodd?
Carl: I trailer was here. What the hell d’ya think?
Cooper: Could you tell me whose trailer it was, and who stayed in it?
Carl: Yeah, it was an old woman and her grandson.
Cooper: Could you tell me what their names were?
Carl: Uh… Chalfont, that’s it. As a matter of fact, ‘Chalfont’ was the name of a family that rented this space before, or at the same time. Two Chalfonts. Wierd, huh?

http://www.endofmedia.com/?p=169

 

Great Northern Tree July 31, 2012

Filed under: Allen Knob,Concreek,NORRIS,Uncategorized,Whitehead Crossing — baker Blinker @ 6:21 am

One more map of Concreek, this time focusing on Green Stream and probably Parallel Creek, may come this next week, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

The island is Mayfly, the island is Dragonfly, the island is Damselfly. Three in one. Foreign One. The tall standing weeds concealed.

bb:

Thanks for that, Hucka D. I’ve decided to accept myself as an outsider artist and also illegal artist but also a collage artist. All three. Foreign One I suppose, again.

Hucka D.:

The island is you. It’s not The Island (on Concreek) but an island. But it has a one name. One name. Either of the 3 of 4, with the 4th hidden of course per tradition.

bb:

I think it may just be Foreign One, then, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Concealed. Breeze blocks.

—–

bb:

I must think of when I turn into Whitehead and actually move into the woods at times. This will happen at Whitehead Crossing.

Hucka D.:

Among other places. Rock knows.

bb:

I must begin to focus again on Whitehead Crossing, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Tree. Rock. Flowers. Bloom. Blossom. Grass. Meadow. Rock Meadows. Rock’s Meadow.

bb:

Jeogeot captured in that rock. Grey Rock.

Hucka D.:

I like talking about Green Stream and Concreek and Whitehead Crossing. And Martin… er, Allen Knob. And Norris or NORRIS or norris.

bb:

Another Foreign One or 4-in-1.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Voice.

bb:

And the great tree to the north.

Hucka D.:

The tree certainly has stories as well. Another type of toy avatar, unknown for now.

bb:

Pizza?

Hucka D.:

What?

bb:

Dunno. (pause) Speaking of unused pictures here…

Hucka D.:

Someone…

bb:

Someone wants norris[ stream] for themselves. A Jesus Factor. Purification. Their own personal channel. Voice.

Hucka D.:

Voice…

—–

The name of the island indicated what forces controlled Concreek at any given time. THREE IN ONE. FOREIGN ONE. Hope is on that island. CONCEAL.

 

Way Help On July 30, 2012

Filed under: Carrcass+1,Concreek,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 6:25 am

Great weekend of hiking. Explored and also expanded the Con Creek area, learning more about its mother flow Green Stream and another island there near the conjunction of the two water courses. Also returned to Billfork in Herman Park for the first time in several months, to find that Billy Spring had almost dried up as well like Con Creek. There was a *bit* more water in Con Creek yesterday than the last time I checked, but not much. The lower part of the creek was still totally dry — all past the section called The Straight. The former little pool next to The Hump on The Island was still devoid of water. I’m not sure when the flow will return; maybe not until next Spring even?? Fungi was a key subject in my last visit.

Hucka D.:

You will have fun this fall exploring Con Creek. And Green Stream — Green Stream I meant in particular. Mossmen’s heart of mythology. Baxter area. Rampant.

bb:

Baxter?

Hucka D.:

Help is on the way.

bb:

Heart of summer, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Creek, walk, feet, wet, Island, island, computer, island.

bb:

Mossman computer?

Hucka D.:

Yes. (pause)

bb:

I think I’ll call that island Dragonfly Island. Or Blue Dragonfly Island.

Hucka D.:

Mossmen hid in the tall grass[ there]. Interior was the computer. Built with breeze blocks.

bb:

From the Square Forest?

(Hucka D. doesn’t answer.)

bb:

Is the Square Forest instead the computer, Hucka D.?

(no answer.)

—–

bb:

What of the black and white stones found on the south side of The Other, Hucka D.?

The Other:

I am The Other. I am black and white. I have shadow. I am not The Island. I am shadow. I am Other.

bb:

Like this?

Other:

Call me Other. The Other.

bb:

So that’s the reasons the black stone is smaller. It’s like the picture[ above]. The Other and The Island[ people] as we know them up until then, headed by Jack.

Other:

There was a… split. In plot. The hatch and the cave. Jack wanted Adam and Eve to be formed in the cave. He thought he and Kate were Adam and Eve. In real life…

Hucka D.:

In real life, Kate is Eve as well… Evangeline I believe. This was not lost on the actor at the time. This is the girl. Real into fiction. Like Marion Crane in Kansas.

bb:

Yes.

Hucka D.:

Water was found. The survivors could[ continue to] survive.

bb:

Of course Eko carrying Sawyer is black carrying white, and in Forrest Gump it is opposite, with white, Forrest, carrying black, Bubba.

The Other:

Other.

bb:

So the stones were there[ at The Other] because of my recent research into LOST.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Other.

bb:

In Forrest Gump, Bubba dies, [while] in LOST, Sawyer lives. Barely.

Hucka D.:

The two[ movements into the jungle] collide here and fuse. Black and white.

bb:

Geez I’ll never figure this one out.

Hucka D.:

LOST is the spine. (pause)

bb:

Groundhog Day influences LOST… makes the days repeat. Jack is forever trapped in the day he woke up in the forrest.

Hucka D.:

That is the influence. Leading to water… caves… Adam and Eve. Lost father. Father. Coffin is station. Empty coffin is empty station… without meaning.

—–

bb:

What is the picnic in the jungle?

Hucka D.:

It is The Wall. It is the survivors trapped on the Island and fed like pets. Trapped like the others were in that meadow, in that trailer, building that wall. The people on the island were also building a wall of 10,000 stones. (pause)

—–

bb:

I was building a wall of 10,000 stones in Part A of 1Pink, Hucka D. But then I was set free as Let’s Rock faded.

(no answer.)

bb:

I was on the side of Wind River again, then, looking for answers elsewhere. This came as Mulholland Drive instead of Twin Peaks, the location I mean. Switcheroo.

Hucka D.:

Car. Wreck. Jail sentence over. But then: death. Death of A. Start again.

bb:

Let’s see… driving and wrecking the car. The car is part B. Regaining the car is… the key. The key to the car. Starting the car. Ignition. Failsafe.

http://lostpedia.wikia.com/wiki/Fail-safe

Crashing the car in B is crashing the plane in A — same thing. “Repeating” again. This is the only one, Hucka D., that could be held together like it did. It is one and it is pink and it is large.

Hucka D.:

It is large.

bb:

It’s probably the source of the Billfork Agreement.

Hucka D.:

*Yes.* Pennsylvania.

bb:

The Billfork Agreement said something like, “Get me to Pennsylvania and I’ll do the rest.”

(no answer.)

The Other:

Corsica.

 

Con Creek 02 July 29, 2012

Filed under: Concreek,Herman/Frank Parks (rl parks) — baker Blinker @ 10:26 am

Another unidentified, green-ish Con Creek fungus.

Rocks from The Straight region.

Moss Falls from same. Still water here but not a lot, and it disappears rather quickly as we move from The Straight to The Bends region heading “downstream.”

More fungi:

I believe this is called a coral mushroom, and there are a number of other examples nearby.

Mysterious black and white stones found on the southern side of The Other. Hucka D. has since directly linked them to the black and white motif running through the LOST series, including black and white stones found at Jack’s cave prominently featured in 1Pink. In other words, this seems to be another, meaningful paranormal manifestation at Con Creek already witnessed in several locations at The Island just upstream from The Other.

The center spot of The Other may be this “veiled gateway” between the two sides of the pseudo-island. The black and white stones mentioned previously lie just beyond this gate in the now dry stream bed on its southern side.

More mushrooms found near the upper end of The Island as I was walking back to Jacob I. Road, this time of a yellow (left) and red (right) variety, and quite small as well. Could this conjunction of colors be yet another psychic indicator of some sort?

 

Con Creek 01

Filed under: Concreek,Herman/Frank Parks (rl parks) — baker Blinker @ 10:20 am

Fungi was a key word for today’s hike down Con Creek, starting with this apparently new beauty found just upstream from The Hump. Classification (as with a lot of the ‘shrooms pictured in these 2 posts): unknown. But it was pretty large and pretty yellow and pretty period. Larger than what it seems like in the the below photo.

The rather dry weather is also taking its toll on some of the local vegetation as well, like this clump of umbrella plants next to The Hump, apparently.

Another fungus found on The Straight section of Lower Con Creek.

More interesting rock placed on top of another, larger rock in The Dark.

Then we move on beyond Con Creek to the mother flow Green Stream, which I was able to explore at some length today thanks to the bright idea of taking my shoes off and wading down the creek barefoot a distance. My journey included stopping at this log with mysterious marks on it — will return here later for sure for more stories and photos.

And also here… (that’s a dried up centipede in the foreground — another quasi-drought victim?).

Beautiful new spot found on the banks of Green Stream further downstream from any place already mentioned in this blog, but not far beyond the location described in this earlier post: the mouth of Parallel Creek.

Then we move to just below the Parallel Creek-Green Stream conjunction. That’s my sneakers atop the log crossing the stream in the background.

Another major find today was Mayfly Island in Green Stream, near the mouth of Con Creek. Below we see the lower end of the small island, and the fallen petals of red flowers which I believe are scarlet beebalms…*

… as pictured here a little further around and in back of this island — the likely source of the floating petals, then.

Tall standing weeds marking the length of the island, as paralleled by the limbs of an overshadowing tree.

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* Later the name of the island was settled upon as Damselfly Island, since those were the actual name of the insects fluttering about and around it (and not dragonflies or mayflies). A special relationship with Grandglaize Creek in Missouri was also implied upon this settlement.

 

“With… July 13, 2012

Filed under: Concreek,Herman/Frank Parks (rl parks),Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 6:27 pm

… the next carcass, Hucka D., non-carcasses that can be named will equal the number of carcasses, both with 19, then. Amazing.

Hucka D.:

King of the Stans is the last non-carcass. And Billfork is the first carcass correct. Billfork, Herman Park, Haze County, US of A.

The 19th carcass will then be Carcass-7. Carcasses have no other names besides numbered carcasses within the confines of this blog, a natural limitation.

Hucka D.:

You have graduated high school. Soon will be college. Soon will be The Table. The Table is already there. Middlesboro… path of Green.

https://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2012/07/05/concreek-once-more-x-2/

Two interesting humps of moss lie nearby. Do they represent a middle “green way’ between opposites red and blue? Does The Flat as a whole stand for this median position?

Cousins (brothers?) Bossmoss and Mossman per chance?

https://bakerblinker.wordpress.com/2010/02/28/we-better-start-hucka-d/

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Concreek: Almost Dry July 7, 2012

Filed under: Concreek,Herman/Frank Parks (rl parks),Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 2:51 am

From The Bends section we present Ovool, completely dry now with absolutely no reflective magic left.

Arrangement of rocks in The Dark just beyond. No water in this creek basically from the lower end of The Other to its mouth at Green Stream. Or what was once its mouth. Needless to say, probably, that the pool in front of The Hump is also dry. *Very* little water here.

Hucka D.:

Dry Falls was the first to go, then it’s like dominoes.

bb:

Opal. Not Ovool but Opal. That’s the name of the oval pool.

Hucka D. (correcting):

Opel.