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Dubia: Coast to Coast March 6, 2012

Filed under: Heterocera continent (Atoll continent),Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 2:41 am

Picture provided at the end of this recent Synchronicity Phenomena Forum post of mine.

Then the very next post was this

concerning this:

http://www.starchildproject.com/dna2012.htm

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No Heart? No Heart. September 18, 2011

Filed under: Hucka D.,Lisa the Vegetarian,Marty,Rubi Forest,Uncategorized,Unnamed — baker Blinker @ 7:10 am

“As you guessed, Lisa the Vegetarian had to go back in time to create Piepodt on Wealthy Mountain, baker b. And good evening to you.”

bb:

Thanks Hucka D. Same to you. So… the toy avatars should move over here from Jonesborough, in essence.

Hucka D.:

Is that what *you* want? I mean, Lisa V. wants this, in Timescape. And you should move back into a sink, although I don’t think the sink of Sikkima will be available long term. Maybe Malyshkin again.

bb:

Come to think of it, Gong is sort of protecting itself perhaps by being split between 4 sims. It’s not prudent for any one person or user to own the whole body of water.

Hucka D.:

You can study sinkology from Teepot, though, don’t you think? I’m kind of as confused as you are where to go now.

bb:

Unusual, Hucka D. Are you losing your powers of prediction?

Hucka D.:

May-be. We trying to latch on to a new energy and not sure where the helping hand from above is coming from. Above being the future here.

bb:

Sounds like the hand is that of Lisa the Vegetarian, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Maybe.

bb:

The town that is being created in Timescape beside Quartz Brook on Wealthy Mountain, Hucka D…

Hucka D.:

Look for clues in the area. Trees are important. Not sure… go ahead…

bb:

Not sure I should move my bottles up there.

Hucka D.:

No.

bb:

Let me review a bit. Lisa the Vegetarian dies in Jonesborough — attacked by dogs, the whole compound there I mean — and Marty takes over as leader of the acting colony. Acting leader of the actors, I suppose. But then Lisa goes back in time, in space — Timescape — and creates a new colony on Wealthy Mtn. when coming back to life. She has learned from her mistakes; the colony will be higher on a mountain now, more protected from potentially ravaging wildlife.

Hucka D.:

The rhododendron helps protect, yes. There’s only one way in and one way out, in essence.

bb:

Lisa the V. sees the future where she meets her one, true love, but it turns out this lover is death himself, a him from Lisa’s perspective. Appearing as well are robots which turn out to be “mere” Tinmen, Oz Tinmen that is, appearing as if in a play or casting for a play. Tin Soldier Men.

Hucka D.:

Yes. Good.

bb:

Trees are without heart. Not real. You have to kick them sometime for the hologram to turn on, as it were.

Hucka D.:

Future without a heart.

bb:

I think Lisa may have been killed by a fox-dog, Hucka D. Fox on the trot. Foxtrot. Perhaps of Christian persuasion.

Hucka D.:

She was killed by a Fox named Sikkima, the same as the sim directly below Rubi. The fox comes from a sink… Sikkima is related to the word sink.

bb:

Then maybe that’s where I should buy, Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Catacombs.

bb:

I also think Lisa’s new town was called Newberg at first.

Hucka D.:

We go sideways into new knowledge[ here].

bb:

Sikkima has certain always got low ratings from me, Hucka D. But, really, there’s nothing left in the sim much.

Hucka D.:

You will not move to Sikkima, no. But be aware of the variant reality where you *are* there. Sik… sink. The 14th.

bb:

Hold on. I’ll get a picture while there’s nothing in that sink.

There’s another spirit [stuck] in the Rubi Forest, Hucka D. Searchman7 Resident — nothing in the profile. I wonder if it stands for Seaman — probably not. Kind of looks like a sperm…

Hucka D.:

Don’t go there.

bb:

Is it Lisa the Vegetarian looking for a new womb?

Lisa:

No.

bb:

Hi Lisa.

Lisa:

Buy in Sikkima. I was killed by a trotting fox. I need a new colony. Sikkima. 14th sink. Please.

bb:

Don’t think I can afford it, Lisa… can I call you just Lisa?

Lisa:

Yes.

bb:

Is this you and Marty?:

Lisa:

Yes. Marty took over when I was killed by the trotting fox. You turned around at Foxtrot today to backtrack to where you were suppose to go. Which was my mountain. Wealthy Mountain.

bb:

How did you make your fortune, Lisa?

Lisa:

Quartz.

Hucka D.:

Lisa must head off into the sinking sunset now, baker b. Quartz as in quartz of milk, I should add. Quartz of something something. One thing, Plastic Man, which becomes many, Plastic People.


14th sink.

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I simply can’t see giving up Teepot at this point in favor of something else, even if terraforming is increased. There must be substantial fiction to Teepot. Rivalry. Yeosol. Yeot and Yeosol. Jeogeot mysticism — isn’t dead, then. No.

 

What I sort of have… (outside Noru) July 3, 2011

 

Print out. May 25, 2011

Filed under: Hucka D.,Lakeview,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 9:37 am

Here’s the entrance to that new basement area to what was once known as the Pietmond South Gallery…

… as of today renamed the Lakeview Gallery. But with the same 4 exhibiting artists as the last incarnation of the former gallery in Pietmond. Er, Crabwoo.

Baker ponders over what to do with these 2 additional, smaller floors.

Hucka D.:

Shift back to Heterocera, eh?

bb:

It is, after all, probably the most beautiful of the mainland continents. Moreso that Jeogeot, although in the back of my mind I still think of that as home.

Hucka D.:

Don’t give up on Maebaleia quite yet. Blue Feather Douglas, as you know now, went to Nowtown. Did he actually transform into Little Robert Plant Variant?* After all, you have traces of this in the Brain Wash resort owner Lvpvs Writer. Kind of close to LRPV [Little Robert Plant Variant] don’t you think? And he was the one who set the Fyre Maven temple down where it is. He is the essential creator of your Nowtown in this variant reality.

bb:

I think all this has come along now because the Sunklands Initiative Project wasn’t really created in this particular reality where Blue Feather Douglas moves, I suppose you could put it, to the Jeogeot continent to escape the trap made for him, by his daughter perhaps, on Maebaleia. To study Maebaleia is to study the trap.

Hucka D.:

Good. Heterocera is freedom. But there’s always the link to Corsica.

bb:

Carrcasses — what’s next?

Hucka D.:

I believe we’re up to 5.

bb:

I see LOST. What of Mrs. Sea?

Hucka D.:

You are now beyond The Sea. Russian Matrix and all. Take that and play around with it more. Study it.

bb:

It is kind of a missing Pietmond energy.

Hucka D.:

Print out.

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* Hucka D. subsequently hinted to me that Blue Feather Douglas may have made this transformation through the Zeppelin Tube, which could have been hidden on the central Kashmir plot of Crabwoo. Makes sense — he simply inserted the found tube in his throat to turn it golden.

 

Lakeview art gallery: back on. May 24, 2011

Filed under: Lakeview — baker Blinker @ 6:58 am

Decided to test out the old Pietmond South Gallery in Lakeview before giving that land up. And I think I might have made it work, as best as it can there.

Disadvantages: obviously another fairly — well, I won’t say ugly but plain, let’s put it. Building, that is.

Advantages: very low on prims. I have over 500 prims left over to play with in the skybox, even adding in the landscaping efforts containing a number of higher prim vegetation. Super!

So it looks like I might be keeping the Lakeview property after all. Obvious new name for the gallery: Lakeview Gallery. A rooftop bar might follow.

Oh, and I have a basement area in this particular version, unlike with Pietmond South. This is due to the slope of the land, and how I had to position the building quite high to avoid going too far down into the ground in the back. Sometimes seeming disadvantages turn into advantages. The Pietmond South Gallery, in contrast, was on almost totally flat land.

I’m thinking I might put some kind of museum in this basement, but unsure yet. Things to plan for, which I like.

And of course I kept the Crabwoo property in the process.

 

Around Crabwoo (& Beyond), 05 May 22, 2011

TEXT SOON.

 

Route 6 May 20, 2011

Filed under: Atoll Mtn. Range,Great Wall — baker Blinker @ 5:15 am

TEXT SOON.

 

Lakeview Art Colony basically dismantled. May 10, 2011

Filed under: Lakeview — baker Blinker @ 8:22 pm

Reason? Outside of a handful of friends, no one came, not even the exhibiting artists except myself of course. It never felt quite on center to be there, although I still find it to be a beautiful location. In the 2 weeks remaining on my rent, I’ll experiment with other structures, but most likely will not open another gallery in that location. I thought it might work and I definitely think it was worth a try.

So it looks like it’ll come down to Crabwoo and that’s all, perhaps for the whole summer and even beyond. The energy of Pietmond can’t be carried forth in the way that I had originally planned. Spiritual/mythological concerns must be the priority.

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I subsequently played around with one of the larger versions of the Edwardston Station Gallery on the grounds, but I’m almost positive it won’t be sticking around.

 

Rubi, then Blue Feather May 2, 2011

Filed under: Crabwoo,Rubi Forest — baker Blinker @ 8:31 am

Patirubi Resident: Is she destined to line the Great Rubi Forest with floating island art? May-be. Break a leg, PR!

Out of Rubi and into the Blue Feather: maze of Arcadia Asylum sewer tubes found on the western shore, in Murmur. Don’t know if the sim is named for the REM album or not; strange, if so, given all the surrounding sims have Russian associated names.*

Below finds us looking from inside a rock at the tubes. Draw a bit further back and they become hidden within these same rocks once more.

View from underneath.

Baker sits in the middle of the main junction of tubes in the complex. Tubes to the left and back lead down to the beach area from whence he came; tubes to the front and right lead up to a room filled with green sewage not pictured in this post.

Two additional tubes lead off from this room, then. Below, Baker finds a rock impasse in the longer of the two…

… but which is suppose to lead to this manhole (central dark dot) about 100 meters inland, on a grassy hill above the shore.

The main entrance to the tube complex seems to be from this nicely landscaped area where Baker presently sits at a tiki bar. No time for drinking tonight, though — more exploring to do.

Baker finds an additional entrance to the tube system hidden by rocks from the tiki bar area and partially underwater.

One tube jutting into another tube. Such a familiar sight for Baker, given he created the same type of overlap with the various turns of the Useless Tube, last seen in Pietmond.

Looking from this entrance back into the Blue Feather Sea. Baker can make out the splotchy sea floor patterns found in Miccall just south of Murmur, a protected sea sim.

Baker couldn’t resist. He heads into Miccall. Many more mysteries may lie within its waters. He still follows in the steps of super intelligent but perhaps also super wacky Blue Feather Douglas, Karoz’s maternal grandfather.

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* Hucka D. later relayed to me that the tube system, in slightly modified form, also existed in pre-Linden Maebaleia, and was known as the Russian Matrix, not to be confused with the Rushian Matrix I assume. He promises more info soon on that.

 

North and East of Lakeview April 28, 2011

Filed under: Heterocera continent (Atoll continent),Lakeview — baker Blinker @ 6:23 am