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Revelation Re Abomination… October 22, 2008

“Hucka D., I wanted to talk to you before exploring Nautilus City more.”

Hucka D.:

That’s fine.

bb:

Hucka, I’m almost positive that the statue of the trident holding Neptune guarding the inner harbor of the city is in some kind of direct resonance with The Abomination of Federal.

Hucka D.:

They are the same!

bb:

Both are 45 meters high [see snapshots above]. That’s the biggest clue. Both are *green*. Both are associated with Mossmen, and perhaps, in particular, Gene Fade. Both stand on a sea bottom about 10 meters in elevation, with a water level of 20 meters. Just to review for the reader, there are 2 twinned statues of Neptune/Poseidon in the harbor about 80 meters apart, one with a trident and one in more disrepair and without the trident. Both are 15 meters high from head to foot, which means the feet are 10 meters above the 20 meter water level in this area.

Hucka D.:

These are 2 aspects of The Abomination itself.

bb:

Does the trident represent those streams at the westernmost end of Frank Park?

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

That must mean the one holding the trident is the true Mossman or He-man, ruler of Frank Park. But I think this also has to do with the hidden feminine energy. The Abomination, and the matching statue at Nautilus City, are obviously strong male symbols.

Hucka D.:

I think you should clarify that this has little to do with the He-men created by Hanna Barbera except in surface appearance. Mossman is more a Big Foot in a way. Yeti.

bb:

I know that the matching green statues on the north and south side of the island represent the two energies of the island itself, masculine (north) and feminine (south), probably also represented by the more reserved elements of the southern coast as opposed to the more dramatic builds of the northern coast — the Magellan vehicle, the harbor, and, of course, the Poseidon statues themselves. The walled interior stands more to the north itself. The canal as well. Actually I guess this kind of breaks down at the eastern and western edges. It could be that the crystal temple to the east is feminine and the harbor to the west represents the masculine energy again. There could be several polarities involved, perhaps working at perpendicular angles.

Hucka D.:

Mossman is a Green Man, able to control vegetation. He talks to the plants. He can turn into a plant himself. He is a powerful deity. He is as real as you and I. And he is many, or some. A couple. I mean, probably more. 100s.

bb:

Does he live in that separate bit of Frank Park?

Hucka D.:

*Yes*.

bb:

Is there only 1 who lives there?

Hucka D.:

(pause). 1, or perhaps 2. But 1 for sure.

bb:

How many live elsewhere?

Hucka D.:

20 up to 100.

bb:

How many in the rest of Frank Park? And how many in Herman Park?**

Hucka D.:

All of them. Almost all. Some are on Grandfather, the oldest of all peaks. But they are breaking from tradition because that mtn. is forbidden to tread on according to Mossman religion/mythology.

Hucka D.:

Is this the same Grandfather that is pictured in the Edwardston Station Gallery?

Hucka D. (smiles):

You know it is.

bb:

I keep going back to the trident.

Hucka D.:

Smithy is here.

bb:

Alright, we’ll talk to Smithy for a while.

Smithy:

I know Mossman. He is nice. He helped me. He helps me.

bb:

Smithy, can you tell me more about the portal Mossman closed, and how this is connected to Mocksity at the corner? Cornersville?

Smithy:

At the end the portal closes. But then rebirth. Second. Open again. Just like… just like…

Hucka D.:

Just like me, she means.

Smithy:

Yes.

bb:

Smithy, are you friends with Hucka D., then?

Smithy:

Yes. Friends.

bb:

Do you know that Hucka D. lives in Second Life?

Smithy:

Yes. I do too.

bb:

Do you have an avatar, then?

Smithy:

No. I don’t think so.

Hucka D.:

She has no avatar, although she could readily get one.

bb:

Hucka D., how is Grassy involved in all this? Or Salad Bar Jack, if you wish?

Hucka D.:

He is a special Mmmmmm. He is a celebrity for one thing, perhaps the greatest of all since he’s so well known through his action/adventure movies as Salad Bar Jack.

bb:

Where’s T-Bonz these days?

Hucka D.:

He’s doing some commercials until the movie revs up again.

bb:

Will that be soon?

Hucka D.:

Yes.

Smithy:

I am tired.

bb:

Yes Smithy. Thank you.

Hucka D.:

You need to go inworld yourself.

bb:

Suppose so. Thanks Hucka D.

Hucka D.:

Take a closer look at Mossman in the collages. You’ll find additional clues there.

bb:

Yes, I will.

* It did occur to me after writing this that the trident Poseidon is holding would be about the same height as the 17 plus meter Hilo Peak. This could become a crucial secondary resonation.

** Frank and Herman Park are two similarly sized parks existing side by side with each other in the Appalachian Mtns. Frank has been assoc. with Heman as a contrast to Herman, but the name Herman comes from an actual name of a person as well. I’ll atempt to better explain the extradimensional relationship of these 2 parks in this blog soon.

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Abominable, 2 October 2, 2008

Filed under: Burning Life Island,Hilo Peak/Abomination,Kerchal Forest — baker Blinker @ 7:08 am
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“Hucka D., I want to keep talking a bit about the Yale collage picture we were examining before. Now to me, and to you also, it seems, Rudolph is obviously a symbol of Hilo Peak, as The Abominable Snowman perched above him is The Abomination itself. In taking more measurements today we know some additional things about The Abomination. We know that it is 5m x 5m at its base, but 3m x 3m at the top. We also know that this 3×3 top is owned by one group, but this group also owns, as a whole, 4×4 of the overall 5×5. This 4×4 piece of 16 square meters is aligned directly west of the 8×4 piece of 32 square meter land that represents the only jut of the overall parcel belonging to Urtahra. This jut, in effect, bridges Hilo Peak and The Abomination. But I’ll have more to say about those overall measurements in another post.

Hucka D.:

The dimensions of the Temple of TILE were also based on 3×3. Interesting you have 3×3, 4×4, and 5×5 all directly referenced by The Abomination. Has it been tamed, then?

bb:

I also wanted to talk about Burning Life. My theory, Hucka D., is that Burning Life is represented by Jay Cutler [likewise standing in for John Elway — see below], and the burning car in his hand is the central sun or Burning Man of that event. Now at his *feet* we have the marble that represents the planet Uranus, the most distant planet depicted on the roller coaster [starting with Mercury, which is the same as the roller coaster cart directly below the burning car/sun]. So my new theory is that Uranus is found in the Kerchal forest. Just like the Uranus planet you can *just* make it out on the map if you know where to look. And this Uranus is 3 cubes, 1 being transluscent. They’re set at full glow. *Barely* make it out, [just like Uranus is barely discernable to the naked eye, if you know where to look.]

http://www.maineskies.org/uranus.html

Hucka D.:

You think this is the opposite of Burning Life, then. Brightest verses the very opposite, so dim it lies on the very edge of perception. This is a contrast of opposites.

bb:

That’s right.

Hucka D.:

Hand high and feet low. Hilo.

bb:

Another interesting thing about the collage is the direct comparison, it seems to me, between Maria von Trapp-Herman Munster pairing and Abominable Snowman-Rudolf pairing. That could be the deepest part of the collage.

Hucka D.:

2 Monsters in each case.

bb:

The Temple of TILE is the Abomination. 3×3.

Hucka D.:

In part. (pause) It is the top of the Abomination, before the widening.

bb:

Is The Diagonal also The Abomination?

Hucka D.:

You have two opposite things, one very high — highness itself — and the other the highest of the low. (pause). The bird sculpture [red, green, blue “birds” The Hiker stands directly beside in the collage, also known as “Opus 19”] is suppose to lie on the periphery of a virtual burn, basically undetectable, or, again, you have to know where to look to find it. This is Uranus again. Blue. Beside the Uranus marble in the collage. Hilo. Hi Lo. Pluto.

bb:

Pluto?

Hucka D.:

Well, yeah. The unseen, maybe even the unplanet now. The ultimate in unnoticed. 9th.

bb:

I’m not quite getting that part yet.

Hucka D.:

Uranus, Neptune, Pluto; red, green, blue; spiralling downward, a continuation of the solar system immediately to the left, but the unseen part. Uranus marks the border between the two.

bb:

[“Opus 19”] is… lost my track of thought.

Hucka D.:

Grasmere. Go to Grasmere. Resolution. Monster perpetually tamed. Man, Moon, Munster. Calm. Moonshine. Jack Daniels. The *10×10*.

bb:

Thank you.

 

Abominable… October 1, 2008

bb:

Hucka D., I’m going to let you see through my eyes again to view the picture above [as we did in the old Hidalgo Gallery before]. We’re going to start with just this one collage for now, which may move into other collages. Let me give the location first: we’re on level 1 of the new Wright House Gallery, directly above the Wright House itself [and] at the 250 meter level. Where we’re standing is at 251 meters. The collage we’re staring at is the 7th of the 10 part Yale series located on this floor and also the floor above.

The reason I wanted to examine this collage tonight, Hucka, is because of the presence of the Abominable Snowman within, and holding a sceptre with a light in it, perhaps caused by a glowing gem of some kind.

Hucka D.:

I think it could be a diamond. [Something very valuable anyway.]

bb:

I wanted to examine this picture tonight because we just measured the height and position of what the Ancients such as Mr. Low called The Abomination in the lower right hand corner of the Federal sim. To do that we placed the tiniest cube possible in SL (0.01m x 0.01m x 0.01m), highlighted it, and then looked at the coordinate numbers. It turned out that The Abomination is 27 meters left of this lower right corner (229.000), 16 meters up from the southern line of the sim (16.000), and also almost 46 meters above the bottom of SL (49.903), which makes it almost 26 meters above the level of the sea here, since sea level is at exactly 20 meters.

But *before* this we also carefully measured the position of what The Ancients considered the much more important Hilo Peak, even though it seems much less impressive. Turns out they have a very exact mathematical relationship with each other, since Hilo Peak lies on exact meter positions as well, or *16* meters across from the lower right corner of the Federal sim (16.000) and also 19 meters up from this corner (19.000). It was also interesting to find out that it is a little over 1 1/2 meters below sea level here at 18.375.

What this means is that Hilo Peak, in combination with The Abomination, implies a rectangular area between them of 11 meters in length and 3 meters in height for a total of 33 square meters.

Hucka D.:

This is called the Relationship Rectangle.

bb:

We’ll return to that in a bit. So let’s just dive into it. We think that *Rudolph*, in this collage, represents Hilo Peak now, a powerful guiding force who is also able to *tame*, as it were, The Abomination… through this mathematical relationship perhaps.

Hucka D.:

The Abomination looks down on Hilo Peak, just as the Abominable Snowman looks down from his loftier perch to Rudolph. But they have eye contact, and also the Snowman’s sceptre is lighted, much like Rudolph’s nose will be lighted or has been lighted. Just like in your picture here.

bb:

It seems like the hiker’s walking stick might be the same as a measuring stick, then.

Hucka D.:

Indeed it is you, since you are a hiker. The Hiker.

bb:

The other part of this might be the introduction of Jay Cutler to overlap the John Elway figure here, since, in part, Cutler is the current Denver Bronco’s quarterback. He then stands beside the roller coaster system that is also the solar system; he holds the burning car which represents our sun that the planets orbit around, or both fall into and fall away from at the same time. Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, and, lastly, Uranus at his feet.

Hucka D.:

Uranus the planet on the border. The invisible and visible at once. The Black Hole, but not really.

bb:

But Jay Cutler is actually from *Santa Claus* here. He was born there. And then he moved to Lincoln City right next to Kercheval and the Land of Lincoln forest [where he achieved football stardom]. Is he, then, Santa Claus himself? I know Burl Ives is not Santa Claus since he’s a snowman, a regular snowman unlike Abominable.

Hucka D.:

Let me tune into that chunk of information. Yes, Jay Cutler is Santa Claus. He controls the Kerchal Forest. But he needs Hilo Peak to complete his mission. Otherwise…

bb:

Christmas is canceled.

Hucka D.:

He must also tame the Abominable. He must pull its teeth, in effect. Take the bite out of it. He must tame the monster.

bb:

Hucka D., is the monster 196,833?

Hucka D.:

Snowflake. Dimensions. Strings. Theories. Planck’s constant. Minimum length. You need help.

bb:

Mentally?

Hucka D.:

Yes. Moonshine. Yale. Key. Lock.

bb:

What’s in the Kerchal Forest?

Hucka D.:

A light.

bb:

Let’s get back to the collage here. So obviously Herman Munster’s head here represents another monster, and Maria von Trapp of The Sound of Music is mirroring this monster state through the jagged hairline. She’s all wet. Ives rescuing the yellow submarine from the stream is probably associated with the saving of Christmas. The burning car is another symbol for the yellow submarine, since it is also pointing upward. Abominable’s lighted sceptre is also obviously related to these two, and, of course, Rudolph’s nose. Light.

Hucka D.:

Light. But the Monster is not quite tamed in this collage. Only in the next one do we have a resolultion. Sun is tamed by Moon. The planets are cooperative children now, singing the song of the Universe. Falling in and out in perfect harmony. Grasmere.

bb:

Burning Man. Burning Life.

Hucka D.:

Baker’s Island. Yes. Not quite 32 sims but 22 will do.

bb:

The lock is then not needed anymore. The key has been found. The light.

Hucka D.:

The way to restore normalcy.

bb:

What about Monster Island? 196833 + 1. Plus One.

Hucka D.:

The Monster must continue to be tamed. Active and passive must be in balance. Red and blue. Monster Island controls this.

bb:

Subject for another night.

Hucka D.:

Yes.

bb:

Thank you.

*****

bb:

Hucka D., one last little thing. Now I’ve been thinking about it for a little bit and there’s really only one thing in that forest, besides the tree planter. And one could say that it’s from *Grasmere*.

Hucka D.:

Quite true, actually.

bb:

And I was amazed that you can actually see this on the map. A little light. Light. Guiding. Grasmere.

Hucka D.:

You’re on to something here.

 

Hilo Peak/The Abomination: Measurements (Part 1?) September 30, 2008

Filed under: Hilo Peak/Abomination — baker Blinker @ 8:47 pm
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TEXT SOON.

 

Research… September 29, 2008

Filed under: Hilo Peak/Abomination,Kerchal Forest — baker Blinker @ 8:00 am
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To start, I just wanted to give a picture of Hilo Peak showing this interface information. I’ll return to this urtahra group later, perhaps.

So I went to Kerchal and walked its left-to-right diagonal. Didn’t come up with anything startling yet, but thought I’d show the Sophia Loren starting point. Just after taking this picture, Ms. Loren winked out of existence, as did all the sims bordering Kerchal on that side, just like it did with Rubi before when standing at 256, 256 in that sim. Just noting this, mind you.

Thought I’d also provide a photo of the new digs. Now I’m just playing around with the inside still, but I really like the view here into the neighboring gallery. Speaking of which…

I thought it cool that the gallery inserted a little winter forest in the middle of the building but in checking…

… found out that they had to build around this 512m parcel called Forest _____, which the couple of winter trees is on the western edge of. The rest of the space is taken up by a quite dark and blankish building. Below is a picture of the little pathway between the gallery and this building that you can take to see the tiny winter forest.

Inside the building itself. Seems like a good place to relax and take in the forest. I’m not sure anyone has been in this building for a while, perhaps a couple of years even.

This shows the relationship of my rental house and the mysterious dark house the gallery surrounds on the other side. Interesting grounds for sure.

Must keep my eye on the ball, though. The main thing is to find the cause of Baker Blinker’s curse that seemed to originate with her encounter and absorbtion into Shakenstein in this very forest, also tied into the birth of Baker Bloch in SL and his initial slave status with Mr. Low. Maybe next Baker Bloch will manifest the Shake statue within the rental unit, just to look it over good.

 

Revisiting Hilo Peak 1, 1 September 27, 2008

Filed under: Hilo Peak/Abomination,Uncategorized — baker Blinker @ 8:21 pm
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Thought it was about time. Still made an impression on me, this contrast of “highest of the low” next to a peak much more obvious (and green!) to the outside world of SL. No one, I’m sure, has given a second thought about compartively shrimpish Hilo peak… except maybe for the particular group known as Urtahra (see above) that owns half of it. Other half is owned by one Vandu Stone. Named after a particular stone? (probably not)

Anyway, I did find Vandu Stone’s name mentioned in the SL wikia. He was a contributor to SL’s Beta phase along with many others, and his (her?) name is on a wall commemorating their efforts said to be on the border of Plum and Lime. (hey, there’s Lime again!). But in exploring this border today couldn’t find the commemorative wall.

Here’s that view again from the very bottom depth of SL (“0”) found right next to Hilo Peak.

Baker Bloch hovers near the peak, comparing it with the much larger Abomination Peak, behind it from this angle.

Notice the water line on The Abomination.



Then Baker Bloch takes this snapshot while sitting on a conveniently placed plywood cube nearby.



And very near these peaks we find what could be a research lab, much like I’ve created near the Kerchal forest. Probably not again, but one never knows. I did find a way inside… not much there except a desk and an office-type chair. About the same size as my Butler rental, actually.

Then a very mysterious thing happened. While Blochs was sitting on another cube, placed abovewater near the peaks this time, a very large, white cat appeared on a plywood end of a deck just below.

The cat then disappeared briefly, only to reappear in even larger form on the neighboring island.

Then the cat disappeared once again, and Baker Bloch thought the vision was over. However, upon turning his attention back to the peaks, saw that the cat, apparently smaller now, was right on top of the Abomination. Then as suddenly as he spied it, the cat winked out again, never to return that day.

Rather shaken from the vision, Baker looked around the area closer. In seeing this sign, realized that he was on the very southwest corner of what was known as the Outlands, the old warfare sims of SL. He wondered if the cat was some kind of ghost damaged or perhaps even destroyed during combat in the old damage-enabled sims. Or perhaps… perhaps it was an Ancient, even? From Urtahra???

 

The Legendary Hilo Peak? March 3, 2008

Filed under: Hilo Peak/Abomination — baker Blinker @ 12:57 am
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Exploring to the north of Isle of Baker near a popular island park, found these several small buttes clumped together. And right pretty too, aren’t they?
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Of considerably more substance, seemingly, is this nearby high, needle sharp peak, a jarring contrast to the small, flat topped hillocks above. My best guess is that this may be the one and only Hilo Peak of pre-Linden Lab lore, once worshiped by the Ancient Ones as the “highest of the low”, which means that they considered it the highest peak entirely below the sea level of the Second Life sea regions present in their day. While it may not seem so high in the first photo here…

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…the presence of a deep gorge immediately to the west makes for a truly dramatic rise as seen from its bottom. My estimation puts the total rise at 17 meters to needle spire top from the gorge’s bottom, which registers at “zero” elevation and thus making it the very bottom of the original sea area. The top of the needle is about 2 meters, if that, below the 19 meter level of the ocean at this location. While some of the newer sea locations created after the Ancient Ones had disappeared entirely from the continent have deeper bottoms, this still remains a dramatic underwater sight.

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There are actually legends remaining on what could be two, separate Hilo Peaks, but I’m probably about 80% sure this has to be one of ’em, if not the only one, perhaps. I’ll have more on this lore as I do some additional research on these Ancient Ones.